From the Richmond Dispatch, 4/22/1862, p. 2, c. 3
Trial Concluded. – The trial of the man called Timothy Webster, arrested here recently by the military authorities as a spy, together with his wife, was concluded, we learn, before the Court-Martial on Saturday. The "issue joined," as the law books have it, was nothing less than the life of the accused, which would be forfeited were the crime established against him. The proof, it is understood was direct and positive. The result has not transpired. The prisoner was implicated by disclosures made by Lewis and Scully, already under sentence of death as spies, and he has been since his arrest incarcerated in Castle Godwin.