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The Prisons.

--There were brought down yesterday afternoon on the Central train and lodged in the Libby prison, fourteen Yankee cavalrymen. Ten of them belonged to the 4th Pennsylvania cavalry, and the other four were members of the 1st Maryland cavalry. They were taken at Gaines's cross roads, on the 2d inst.

At Castle Thunder were committed Chas. Cotton, a Yankee deserter from company D, 1st Maine infantry, and M. Schwarty, a member of the second class militia, who refused to do duty.

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