From the Richmond Dispatch, 9/1/1862, p. 1, c. 5
Arrival of Prisoners. - Sixty prisoners were yesterday brought down on the Central train, captured a few days since near Warrenton. Of the whole number there was not one willing to acknowledge himself a commissioned officer. They say that several thousand more will be along in a short time, as they are all getting weary of the service. They were pretty well supplied with counterfeit money, most of which was on the corporation of Richmond. Among them was a youth of about fifteen years of age, whose dress indicated anything but a bountiful wardrobe, who said that he came from "York State," as a captain's waiter, but after he arrived in Virginia his employer got a "nigger," and he was discharged. He said he had never fought any, and didn't ever expect to.