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Prison record.

--At Castle Thunder, since our last report, there have been twenty-eight arrivals. Of these we notice the names of J. T. King, of the 13th Va. cavalry, to be court-martialed; J. S. Tyler, charged with mutiny; and James Sexton, charged with forgery and attempting to go North. Wm. Adkins, of the 53d N. C. regiment, died at the Castle yesterday morning.

At the "Libby" everything has been quiet, the register not showing the arrival of a single prisoner. Preparations are making for the reception of those captured at Winchester, 1,500 of whom are expected down this evening.

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