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The Daily Dispatch: August 12, 1863., [Electronic resource], The Hurtle of
Prison Record. --At the Libby Prison yesterday there were thirty-seven Yankees received from Gordonsville, who were captured by Mosby's command at Fairfax Court House on the 5th day of the present month. Among them were some half dozen sutlers' clerks.--There was also a lot of nineteen received from Harrisonburg, captured by Capt. McNeill's command at New Creek, in Hampshire, and Moorefield, in Hardy counties, on the 4th of August. At Castle Thunder John Farley and George Maricy, Yankee deserters, and Henry Sanderson, company I, 6th Louisiana were committed on the charge of attempting to cross our lines to the enemy. There were also four other persons committed.
Arrests. --The following arrests were made by the military police yesterday: J. J. Gillespie, of Buckingham county, for robbing soldiers; Samuel Gardner, Second battalion, Eleventh United States infantry, for attempting to take, by force, property from negro girls; John Farley, negro, for assaulting and beating a woman of his own color; William Gallagher, for careless driving and breaking the wagon of a negro man; Moses Thwacker and John Mahaly, small white boys, for fighting in the First Market (released on their promise not to offend again); John Jackson, a little negro, for stealing iron; George Fields, Twenty-fourth Massachusetts regiment, for assaulting a lady; William O'Raynor, Third battalion, Eleventh United States infantry, drunk and without a pass; Nancy Smith and Lavinia Ligon, negroes, for fighting; and David McCarty, for getting drunk and creating a disturbance in the street.