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the prison walls, or to talk with or make signs to the prisoners. About half-past 5 o'clock Chas. Johnson and one or two other members of the City Battalion, who had been guarding some negro laborerurned them to the Castle. After leaving the servants, and when on their way to their barracks, Johnson stopped near a prison window and commenced a conversation with a female prisoner. Newsom, in ohem on our return. We then started off, and when near 20th street Newsom was halfed by a man, (Johnson,) who said he wanted a word with him. Johnson then said to Newsom, "Why did you speak to me in Johnson then said to Newsom, "Why did you speak to me in such a manner at Castle Thunder a short time since?" Newsom replied, "Because you were violating orders, and you have been on duty there often enough to know it." Johnson then said, "You did not speaJohnson then said, "You did not speak to me like a gentleman, G — d d — n you, and if you will put that gun down I can whip you. " Newsom replied, "I'd be a pretty G — d d — n fool to put my gun down to fight four or five of you," and