From the Richmond Dispatch, 2/21/1863, p. 2, c. 1
Exodus of Yankees. – Two hundred and four Yankees were yesterday sent from the Libby prison under charge of Lieut Bossieux, to City Point, where the flag of truce boat was in waiting to convey them Northward, via Fortress Monroe. The boat on this occasion was the “State of Maine,” the craft previously engaged in this service having been laid up for repairs. Captain L. A. Rohley, 3d N. Y. vols, received the prisoners from Lieut Bossieux, on behalf of the Yankee Government.