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Prisoners of War.

Letters by flag of truce inform us that among the prisoners at the old Capitol prison, in Washington, is Captain Richard E. Frayser, of this city, an officer of the signal corps. He was captured on the 20th of June. A letter from Fort Delaware says that the following members of the Third company Richmond Howitzers are in that prison: Captain B. H. Smith Jr., Sergeant T. H. Quarles, Corporal Claiborne Hunt, Privates Breeden, Hardwicke, Hutcheson, Hutchins, Courtney, Loraine, Gambol, Bugg, Parker, Fourquerean, Porter, Thompson, Morris, Slater, Crump, Chamberlayne, De Leon, Moultry and Jones. Bohannon and W. H. Roberts are both wounded and in the Federal hospital — the former badly hurt in the leg and body and the latter slightly in the hand. All the others are doing very well and are in good health.

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