From the Richmond Enquirer, 3/6/1862, p. 3, c. 5
THE YANKEE PRISONERS OF WAR. – Since the recent expose of the treasonable machinations of the Unionists in our midst, all communication between the Yankee prisoners of war and outside parties has been strictly prohibited. The newspapers have also been denied to them, and a double cordon of sentinels stationed around the tobacco warehouses in which they are confined. The prisoners, numbering about five hundred in all, are bitterly disappointed at their detention.