From the Richmond Dispatch, 4/18/1862, p. 2, c. 4

Arrival of Prisoners. – On the 15th of April, five Yankees and two domestic traitors were received at the Confederate States Military Prison, in this city. The soldiers were J. B. Fullerton, K co., 28th Pennsylvania regiment, captured in Fauquier, April 8th; also, Chas. W. Foster, D co., 41st New York; Warner Gutberg, E Co., 58th New York; Jno. Arnold, E co., 54th do., Frederick Charfold, K co., 54th do.; and James Webb, citizen, captured at Amosville, and F. X. Scwebel, citizen, captured at Warrenton, both as loyalty, 8th April. On the 16th, Wm. M. Martin and Wm. Kennedy, of Co. K, 13th Pennsylvania regiment, were received at the prison, having been captured near the mouth of Warwick river, on the 13th instant. The two last named were part of McClellan’s forces on the Peninsula, and have preceded that redoubtable chieftain in his march to Richmond.

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