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Prison items.

--Joseph Bradford and George H. Munford, members of Debney's Heavy Artillery, were committed to Castle Thunder yesterday to be tried by Court Martial, convened by order of Brig. Gen. Julius Daniels. On the same day was committed John O'Donohoe, for selling himself as a substitute and then deserting from his company. Wm. Patterson and Wm. Morris, company G, 15th Virginia regiment, were placed in confinement as deserters. There are several females in Castle Thunder, whose names are as follows: Mrs. Webster, Miss Underwood, Charlotte Gilman, (held as a witness,) Mrs. Jamison, of New York, and Mrs. Tabb, of Portsmouth, Va. Both of the latter are charged with being spies. Mrs. Jamison was arrested in the vicinity of Culpeper Court-House on horseback.

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