From the Richmond Dispatch, 11/24/1862, p. 1, c. 4

Arrival of Abolition Sailors and Soldiers. – Twelve Yankee sailors, mostly old man-of-war's men, belonging to the ship Cambridge, including W. H. Maisch, acting master; H. W. Wells, master's mate, and W. O. Odiernes, mate of said vessel, captured while on a piratical excursion about twenty-eight miles from Fort Fisher, on the N. C. coast, arrived at the Libby Prison, Richmond, on Saturday. On the same day arrived, via Central Railroad, fifteen Abolition soldiers and two Yankee negroes, captured Nov. 18th, at Bealeton Station, in Fauquier county.

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