From the Richmond Examiner, 7/21/1863
ONCE MORE IN CONFINEMENT. – William Campbell, a deserter from the Washington Artillery, who escaped for the fourth time from Castle Thunder some weeks since, was caught, for the fourth time on Saturday afternoon, by detectives Thomas, Folks and Perdue, and carried back to his old quarters. He was hauled out of bed in a house of ill fame in Lombard alley. The date of his next escape is uncertain, but it cannot be far distant. – He swears the Castle cannot hold him, and as he has made his word good in four instances, he will try it again.