From the Richmond Dispatch, 7/3/1862, p. 2, c. 2

A strong-minded female of the Abolition pattern, calling herself Mrs. R. Zeazier, of New York, late of California, who professed an intimate acquaintance of some sort with various of the Yankee officers lately in front of Richmond, having been found yesterday by some of our pickets at a place called Liberty Hall, near the White House, under suspicious circumstances, was taken in custody and brought to this city. On her examination before Assistant Provost Marshal Alexander, she declared her sentiments pretty freely, saying, in addition, that when caught she had been nursing sick Yankee officers, and had been seeking a good chance to leave for four days past.

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