--Forty men will be sent from Castle Thunder this morning under guard to rejoin their regiments.
James B. Shook
, a deserter for six months from the Fayette Artillery, was sent to prison yesterday.
, a member of Company I, 16th Miss. Reg't, was sent out from the Castle
last night, with a soldier armed with a musket, to get his clothes, prior to being sent to his regiment.
Getting on Main street, he tripped up the unfortunate son of Mars
, who fell sprawling in the street, and rapidly retreated.
John F. Roberts
, of the 19th Va. Battalion, was received at the prison for trial by Court-Martial.
, a paroled prisoner, was put in for deserting from Camp Lee. John W. Harris
, of Capt. Robertson
's Company, was put in on the charge of aiding a prisoner to escape.
William B. Fleshman
, of Bossioux
's Guard, in confinement for a similar offence, was tried yesterday and honorably acquitted.