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Montgomery and George Jones, Rodger's cavalry, desertion; Jas O'Hara and Pat Murphy, do, absent without leave; Jas Hogan, deserter from Battery No. 2; Aaron Black, 14th La. deserter; James Dobblas, co E, and H McDonald, co I, 41st Va. reg't, deserters; Geo W Burke, deaf and dumb, and of bad character; Robert Holland and Samuel Waters, sent by Gen Pryor; Jas Ryan, deserter from ship Richmond, sent by Capt Pegram to be fed on bread and water; E Holmes and Jno H Fisher, co C, 2d N C, desertion. E L Pierson was liberated and sent to his regiment yesterday; also, John Beles, Wm. J. Ray, and Jno Allen. Two soldiers who were taken with the small-pox yesterday, were sent to the Boward Grove Hospital Henry Jordan was sent to his regiment Thos Glenn was discharged by order of Major Griswold. Lieut John Brandon, put in for intoxication, was delivered to Col McRas by order of Gen Winder. The Yankees who are to be sent away to-day embrace all those in Castle Thunder and the building opposite.
The Daily Dispatch: January 6, 1863., [Electronic resource], The Inside history of the battles around Richmond — the instructions of McDowell — his correspondence with McClellan. (search)
Arrival of Yankees. --About thirty Yankee prisoners arrived in the city yesterday, via Petersburg cars. They were captured in squads at various places — some on the Blackwater river, in Southampton county, some at Zuni Station, and a few in North Carolina. They were carried to General Winder's office and thence to the Libby prison.--The prisoners here are very anxious to be off, and our Government is equally solicitous to get rid of them; but going is out of the question until they are sent for. Last night Lieut. Pearson, of the 1st N C cavalry, brought down on the Central railroad eighteen Yankee cavalrymen, captured at various times in Fauquier; also, two citizens (not natives) of that county, who sought employment of the Yankees, and were found working on their breastworks.
Flag of truce. --A Yankee flag of truce boat arrived yesterday at City Point, bringing about fifty Confederate prisoners. Orders were immediately issued by Gen. Winder to prepare 300 Yankees for a journey at 7 o'clock this morning. Another boat will be sent up on Thursday, when 500 will be sent off. This boat is expected to bring up a large number of Southern ladies heretofore detained at the North.