From the Richmond Dispatch, 3/21/1863, p. 2, c. 4

Abolition Prisoners. The following prisoners were received at the Libby Prison last night from Newbern, N C, viz: Henry N Scott, Serg’t co B, 92d N Y; John Bradshaw, private, co A, 92d do; N R Wheeler, co A, 92d do; and S J M Parks, co I, 1st Michigan. The three first were captured at Fort Anderson, N C, March 14; the latter at Grand Junction, Tenn, Jan. 11. He was brought from Mobile in charge of Serg’t Pagoe.

There were at the Libby Prison last night 130 Yankee prisoners of war, 5 citizen prisoners, 41 deserters from the Yankee army, and 23 negroes. Total 199.

About 1300 Abolition prisoners were expected from Lynchburg yesterday but the snow detained them on the way, and they had not arrived up to nine o’clock. They were reported to be at Coalfield, thirteen miles from Richmond, last night. Among the number are some fifty odd commissioned officers. The whole of them were taken by Gen. Van-Dorn, in Tennessee.

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