From the Richmond Dispatch, 4/25/1862, p. 2, c. 3

Arrival of Yankee Prisoners. – We append a list of citizen and Yankee prisoners received at the C. S. Military Prison, Cary street, April 23d – Citizens: Squire Roster, arrested in Fredericksburg, April 8th; Jas. Morrison, in Stafford county, April 13th; Wm. Thos. Cabbage, in Prince William, April 7th John, Peter, and Landy Dowell, in Prince William county, April 7th; James Proctor, in Fredericksburg, April 8th, and A. McMillen, (claims to be a British subject,) in King George, March 28th. Tankees: Richard Edgarly, D, 7th Me., captured at Lee's Mills, April 22; John R. Morse, musician, 9th N. Y., at Camden C. H., N. C., April 20th; James R. Strachen, do do; Martin Conway, do do; W. H. White, G, 9th N. Y., do do; Harry Clifford, signal corps, do do; John Pluckard, C, 51st Pa., do do; S. G. Gwynn, O. S., D, 89th N. Y., at South Mills, April 20th; M. Brickley, 3d Serg't D, 89th N. Y., do do.

Lieut. Alexander, of Co. "B," 19th Virginia regiment, brought down last night, on the Central cars, from Gordonsville, two Yankees, named Wm. Dunbar and Jas. Howick, members of the 14th New York regiment, (Brooklyn Zouaves,) who were captured by scouts from the 16th Mississippi last Friday, on the Fredericksburg plank-road, below Catlett's Station. He also brought six male slaves and one free negro, of New Orleans, formerly servant to Gen. G. V. Smith, who is charged with being a spy. Two of the slaves showed the enemy a crossing on the Rappahannock.

The steamer Northampton brought from Yorktown last evening a Yankee Colonel, Crocker, and A Yankee Major, of a New York regiment, taken by our forces on the Peninsula while recruiting themselves with a morning walk. All of the above were lodged in the C. S. Military Prison, on Cary street.

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