From the Richmond Dispatch, 9/29/1862, p. 2, c. 5

Among the Yankee Prisoners to be sent to Washington, D. C., by the next flag of truce, are two men named A. McMillan and John May, who were committed to Castle Godwin last April, and have since been in Castle Thunder. There are also several Yankee females to be sent off at the same time. The flag of truce did not leave Richmond on Saturday, owing to the non-arrival of several hundred prisoners who were expected at that time from Gordonsville.

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