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t, Maryland. The condition of these prisoners was exceedingly tched, many of them being without kets and overcoats, and in some shoeless and hatless. Two-thirds of the number apparently had not yet reached the age of twenty-one, while the remaining third of them ranged between the years of twelve and sixteen. Fifty picked men of the One Hundred and Sixteenth New York volunteers, under command of Captain Thomas P. Reilly, Lieutenant W. J. Mosby and Lieutenant Walter Thorn, now control Farrow's island, near Dutch gap, in the James river. A reconnaissance was recently made by this command to a point opposite the Hewlett House battery, which resulted in the driving in of the enemy's pickets and the entire dispossession of the enemy, giving us entire control of this important point. Among the results of this movement was the destruction of the pontoon boat which had been for a long time successfully used by the enemy in making explorations to that side of the river. Major-Ge