War of the Rebellion: Serial 115 Page 0231 SUSPECTED AND DISLOYAL PERSONS.

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List of prisoners other than prisoners of war transferred, &c. -Continued.

Confined. Transferred.

Name. When. By whom. When. By whom.

W. E. Wright Oct. 5, 1861 Secretary of State Oct. 30, 1861 Fort Warren, Boston Harbor.

W. E. Kearney . . . do. . . . . . do. . . . . . do. . . Do.

J. T. McFeal . . . do. . . . . . do. . . . . . do. . . Do.

J. W. Griffith . . . do. . . . . . do. . . . . . do. . . Do.

Anderson McDowell . . . do. . . . . . do. . . . . . do. . . Do.

William Grubbs . . . do. . . . . . do. . . . . . do. . . Do.

J. W. Robards . . . do. . . . . . do. . . . . . do. . . Do.

F. M. Crow . . . do. . . . . . do. . . . . . do. . . Do.

H. G. Thurber . . . do. . . . . . do. . . . . . do. . . Do.

S. H. Wooldridge . . . do. . . . . . do. . . . . . do. . . Do.

G. P. Pressy . . . do. . . . . . do. . . . . . do. . . Do.

L. S. Holsclaw . . . do. . . . . . do. . . . . . do. . . Do.

Joseph Back . . . do. . . . . . do. . . . . . do. . . Do.

Alfred Da Costa Oct. 11, 1861 . . . do. . . . . . do. . . Do.

Captain Michael Berry Oct. 10, 1861 . . . do. . . . . . do. . . Do.

A. R. Carter Oct. 12, 1861 General Dix . . . do. . . Do.

C. H. Tyler Oct. 14, 1861 General Scott . . . do. . . Do.

Isaac G. Mask Oct. 18, 1861 General Dix . . . do. . . Do.

Lieutenant H. H. Dalton . . . do. . . Secretary of the Navy . . . do. . . Do.

William M. Page, surgeon. . . . do. . . . . . do. . . . . . do. . . Do.

James E. Lindsay, assistant surgeon. . . . do. . . . . . do. . . . . . do. . . Do.

John G. Shaver Oct. Do.

MARTIN BURKE,

Lieutenant-Colonel Commanding.

FORT WARREN, Boston Harbor, February 18, 1862.

Honorable WILLIAM H. SEWARD,

Secretary of State, Washington.

SIR: I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of yours of the 13th instant, and in compliance with your instructions I herewith inclose a list of prisoners confined in this fort on the 17th of February; also a list of those released prior to the 17th instant.

I am, sir, very respectfully, your obedient servant,

J. DIMICK,

Colonel First Artillery and Brevet Colonel, Commanding Post.