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Prison Record.

--There were nearly one hundred prisoners received yesterday at the Libby prison, captured at different points in the South, most of them, at Jackson, Miss.--Among them are the following officers: Lieut. Col. A. P Henry, 15th Ky cavalry; Lieut Col. G Von Helmirch, 4th Mo cavalry; 1st Lieut F M Gilliand and R Y Bradford; 2d Lieuts J Clements, M T Williams, and G L Garrett. From Tarboro', N. C., there was a small squad received, among whom were 1st Lieut Henry Hubbard and 2d Lieut Henry G Mosher.

At Castle Thunder there were no arrivals. Twenty four soldiers, heretofore confined, were discharged and sent to their regiments. We understand that about 200 more will be sent off to day.

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