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Arrival of Yankee prisoners.

--Five men belonging to the 1st Maryland cavalry, (a Yankee regiment,) captured in Maryland by Gen. Lee's forces, on the 10th inst., were brought to Richmond on the Central train last evening. They were lodged in the Libby prison. The train that is due this evening will bring down from the Culpeper C. H. hospital, sixty-six Yankees, who have been remaining there since the engagement near that place. There are several officers in the lot, and the following Surgeons, viz: J. F. Day, 10th Maryland regiment; E. S. Bissell, 5th Conn.; A. M. Heller, 28th N. Y.; John B. Coover, Assistant Surgeon, 46th Penn. They will be sent home from this point.

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