From the Richmond Dispatch, 5/20/1863, p. 1, c. 6
Hard Characters. – D. White has been lodged in Castle Thunder for trial as a spy and traitor, and E. McGee sent to the same place from Gen. Lee’s headquarters for disloyalty. Monday there arrived at the same place, from Salisbury, N.C., sixty-seven scoundrels, collected from various parts of the Confederacy – the majority came from Tennessee. Some of them were charged with bridge burning, some bushwhacking and stealing, others associating with buffaloes and murderers. Seven citizens from Tennessee were in the group, charged with murder and robbery. Amongst the prisoners was Andrew Johnson, Jr., a nephew of the traitor Governor of Tennessee, who was put in on the charge of disloyalty. An “avowed Union man” was also among the Tennessee prisoners. They will all in due time be tried and punished, or sent to the North amongst congenial associates.