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Abolition prisoners.

"Among the one hundred and four Abolition prisoners received at the Libby Prison Sunday night from Deep Run via Gordonsville, were the following commissioned officers, all of the 3d Pennsylvania cavalry, viz: Captain Frank Hess.? company; Capt. George Johnson, G. company; J. L. Englebert, at Lieutenant G company; E. M. Warren, 2d Lieutenant C. company; Ed. Heyl, 2d Lieutenant M. company. Yesterday seventy-one more Abolitionists were received, including Major C. W. Knowles, of the 7th Massachusetts. They were captured in the vicinity of Fredericksburg.

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