To be brought here.
--The 2,500 Yankees, now encamped at the Lynchburg Fair Ground
, and consisting mostly of prisoners captured by Stone
's army, are expected in Richmond
Col. G. C. Gibbs
, of the 42d N. C. regiment, has had charge of them for some time.
The six hundred and odd now at Salisbury, N. C.
, in charge of Col. Godwin
, are also expected here this week.
They will be sent hence down the river.
Among the prisoners at Salisbury
is Col. Wilcox
, of the 1st Michigan regiment, captured at Manassas
, the first Yankee military Governor of Alexandria, Va.
, a very affable and gentlemanly man; also, Lt. Hamblin
, son of old Tom, the play actor, and the notorious Michael Corcoran
of the 69th New York--all captured at Manassas