From the Norfolk Post, 12/2/1865, p. 1, c. 7

Libby Prison and Castle Thunder, so well known in the history of the war, will soon be transformed into storehouses again. Castle Thunder will be evacuated next week, and what few prisoners there are within its walls will be transferred to Libby Prison, which now occupies but about one-fourth of the building known by that name. The other three forts are already converted into storehouses, and are filled with produce of all descriptions.

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