From the Richmond Examiner, 4/8/1863

PRISONERS FROM ALL QUARTERS were received at the Libby yesterday. From Petersburg, five of the First New York regiment were received; twenty from Lynchburg, of the Twenty-second Wisconsin and Eighty-fifth Illinois regiments, captured at Thompson's Station; twelve from Williamsburg, via Chapin's Bluff, of the Fifth Pennsylvania cavalry; and two from Hamilton's Crossing, members of the Second Wisconsin regiment.

A flag of truce went down to City Point yesterday, carrying one hundred and twenty-nine prisoners, including eleven officers.

A United States flag of truce brought up several hundred Confederate prisoners.

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