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The Daily Dispatch: January 5, 1863., [Electronic resource], From
Put in the Penitentiary. --The Adjutant General of the State directed the removal to the Penitentiary, on the 30th of December, of Captain William Gramm, Lieut Isaac A Wade, Capt Thos Damron, Lieut Wilson Damron, privates John W. Howe, Isaac Goble David V Aucier, Samuel Pack, and Wm S. Dills, prisoners captured in Kentucky by the Virginia State forces under the command of Major-Gen Floyd. It is understood that these parties (all of whom were members of the Abolition army, and active supporters of old-Abe,) will be kept in the prison until Col, Zarvona, and other citizens of Virginia now in the hands of the Yankees, shall be returned.
The Daily Dispatch: January 8, 1863., [Electronic resource], Message of
The Daily Dispatch: May 5, 1863., [Electronic resource], A glorious Confederate victory. (search)
The Yankee prisoners. --Five hundred and fifty Yankee prisoners will be sent from the Libby prison at 4½ o'clock this morning, by flag of truce, to City Point. The prisoners will be in change of flag officer Lieut. La Touche. After this exodue but very few will be left behind. The delivery includes all the officers, amongst whom are two Brig-Genls, 6 Colonels, 7 Lieut Cols, 8 Majors, 60 Captains. 61 First Lieuts, &c. On yesterday, Capt. Thos Damron and Lieut Wilson Damron, of the 4th Va (Abolition) cavalry; 1st Lieut. Isaac Goble, of the 39th Ky; and several Abolitionists heretofore confined in the Va Penitentiary, as hostages, were released yesterday and sent to the Libby and paroled. They start North with their brother Yankees this morning L S Conover, Lieutenant commanding the Isaac Smith, (steamer,) captured on Stono river, S C, Jan'y 31, and 14 others, officers and privates of the boat, arrived at the Libby yesterday from Charleston, and will be sent to City Point also