From the Richmond Dispatch, 11/24/1862, p. 1, c. 4
Prison Items. – The following arrivals are reported at Castle Thunder since Saturday, viz: Jas. Broderick, deserter from Rix's artillery, stationed near Fredericksburg, caught by detective Thomas, between two beds, in a house on Cary street; J. W. Graham, company E, 25th Va. Battalion, for allowing prisoners to escape; twenty-one men, mostly hard cases, belonging to different regiments, hitherto confined at Gordonsville, were received from Major Boyle, the Provost Marshal there; D. J. Wyatt, Thomas Rowles, and James Duncan, of Rodgers's cavalry, desertion; Wilson Coots, 15th Va. Cavalry, who escaped from the railroad train while being conveyed to his company; Robert Burch, company G, 5th Va. Cavalry, and Mike Walsh, co. E, 9th La., desertion; eight men from Capt. Thornton's co., for punishment; A. Lipscomb, of the Fayette Artillery, for permitting prisoners to escape; Wm. L. Morris, of the Fayette Artillery, for desertion.