Deserters from the Abolition army.
--Nine deserters from the Abolition army arrived at the Libby Prison
They were members of Delaware
and New York regiments, and gave themselves up at Harrison's Landing
, on James river
, Gloucester Point
, and Tappahannock
As a matter of course, these parties are tired of the war. There are now about 80 deserters from the Federal
army in the Libby Prison
. First L. Jos. Hornback
, of company E, 1st Tenn. (Abolition) cavalry, who was captured at Murfreesboro
', Dec. 31st, was brought to the prison on yesterday.