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Arriving. --A number of prisoners, heretofore confined at Salisbury, N. C., and Lynchburg, arrived here yesterday. This necessitated the removal to Libby's building from Belle Isle of all the citizen prisoners and deserters. Among the officers daily expected from Salisbury are Colonels Corcoran, of the 69th New York, and Wilcox, 1st Michigan, taken at Manassas.
The Daily Dispatch: August 14, 1862., [Electronic resource], The enemy's movements on James river. (search)
Arrival of another batch of Pope's men. --The Central train that arrived at 1 o'clock on Tuesday night brought, amongst other passengers, four commissioned officers and one hundred and twenty-one privates belonging to Pope's army, captured by Gen. Jackson last Saturday. The latter were sent to Belle Isle as prisoners of war. The officers were placed with the others belonging to Pope's army, in separate confinement, not being considered, under the terms of President Davis's recent proclamation, as entitled to the usual treatment of prisoners of war. More prisoners of the above sort are reported on their way to Richmond.