From the Richmond Dispatch, 6/25/1862, p. 1, c. 6
Arrival of Prisoners. – Eight prisoners of war, captured in various portions of the State, were brought to this city yesterday. A man claiming to be a British subject, who had been arrested at Ashland for acting suspiciously, was also lodged in the C. S. Prison, Cary street. Among the eight abolition prisoners was one named Frank E. Howe, from Peterboro', N. H., a member of the 2nd regiment from that State, who was captured on the Chickahominy yesterday, after being so badly shot that his leg had to be cut off on the field. With the judicious nursing he will receive here he may recover.