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Gone North.

--By flag of truce boat, which left City Point yesterday afternoon, the following prisoners, who were confined in the Libby prison, were sent North: Major A. B. Wade, 73d Indians; Lieutenant E. J. Doughty, Quartermaster 51st, do; Surgeon J. T. Galloupe, 17th Mass; Assistant Surgeons R. T. Baker, 12th N. Y. cavalry; and A. Robinson, 16th Illinois cavalry; Privates Thos. J. Baker, 9th N. Y.; W. H. Tillson, 84th Illinois, and E. J. Goodwin, 89th Illinois.

From Castle Thunder the following persons were sent North by the same boat: S. S. Bulkley, Reporter for the New York Herald; Mrs. Mary Jane Johnson, sent from Belle Isle some time since, and captured in Federal uniform in Tennessee; F. Murtaugh, Sutler's Clerk in the Yankee army; and citizens D. Hackendorn, John Watson, E. P. Matthews, and Pat C. Coghlan.

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