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The Daily Dispatch: June 8, 1863., [Electronic resource], Murder of an enrolling officer in
Prison Record. --At Castle Thunder, on Saturday, there were twenty-eight arrivals. None of the parties were charged with any grave offences. Yesterday there were thirteen received at this prison, among whom were Michael Martin and W. R. Lucas, charged with giving information to the enemy, and H. C. Moore for forgery. The business at the "Libby" since our last report has been quite dull. Yesterday there was but one arrival, that of a prisoner captured at Fredericksburg in the late fights, and who, since the 11th of May, has been spending his captivity at the small-pox hospital.