War of the Rebellion: Serial 115 Page 0234 PRISONERS OF WAR, ETC.

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Prisoners of state confined at Fort Warren and released, &c. -Continued.

Name. Residence. When arrested. Remarks.

J. E. McFarland Petersburg, Va. Nov. 8, 1861 Released Jan. 1, 1862.

C. H. Pitts Baltimore, Md. Sept. 13, 1861 Released December 16, 1861, on parole.

George P. Pressey Saint Louis, Mo. Sept. 20, 1861 Released Feb. 10, 1862; took oath of allegiance.

Robert Renwick Baltimore, Md. Oct. 6, 1861 Released on parole for thirty days.

Robert Rape . . . do. . . Sept. 7, 1861 Released Nov. 23, 1861; took oath of allegiance.

J. W. Robards Harrodsburg, Ky Sept. 13, 1861 Released Nov. 26, 1861; took oath of allegiance.

William E. Salmon New Market, Md. Sept. 16, 1861 Released December 27, 1861; took oath of allegiance.

C. F. Sargent Maine . . . . . . . . . . . . Released Nov. 9, 1861; took oath of allegiance.

John G. Shaver Belleville, Canada West. Oct. 14, 1861 Released Jan. 6, 1862; took oath not to enter any States in insurrection.

H. L. Shields Bennigton, Vt. Oct. 17, 1861 Released Nov. 6, 1861; took oath of allegiance.

D. Summers Baltimore, Md. Sept. 17, 1861 Released December 12, 1861; took oath of allegiance.

John Slidell* Louisiana Nov. 8, 1861 Released Jan. l, 1862.

H. G. Thurber Oldham, Ky. Sept. 23, 1861 Released Nov. 28, 1861; took oath of allegiance.

George Thompson Baltimore, Md. Sept. 1, 1861 Released Nov. 26, 1861; took oath of allegiance.

A. Williamson . . . do. . . Nov. 20, 1861 Released Nov. 25, 1861; took oath of allegiance.

John Williams, Jr. Norfolk, Ky. Aug. 9, 1861 Released Nov. 23, 1861; took oath of allegiance and $10,000 bond.

W. E. Wright Lebanon, Ky. Sept. 21, 1861 Released Jan. 11, 1862; took oath of allegiance.

S. H. Wooldridge Harrodsburg, Ky. Sept. 23, 1861 Released Nov. 28, 1861; took oath of allegiance.

H. G. Fuller Lexington, Ky. Nov. 17, 1861 Released December 17, 1861; took oath of allegiance.

George W. Landing Worcester County, Md. . . . . . . . . . . . . Released Nov. 26, 1861; took oath of allegiance.

D. H. Lucchesi Baltimore, Md. Sept. 18, 1861 Do.

J. H. Maddox . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Released Nov. 26, 1861; took oath of allegiance and $10,000 bond.

William Peirce New Orleans, La. Oct. 20, 1861 Released Nov. 11, 1861; took oath of allegiance.

C. D. French Baltimore, Md. Oct. 16, 1861 Released Nov. 26, 1861; took oath of allegiance.

S. B. Frost Laurel, Md. Oct. 21, 1861 Do.

Joseph Shaney Baltimore, Md. Nov. 12, 1861 Released December 12, 1861; took oath of allegiance.

L. G. Quinlan . . . do. . . Sept. 13, 1861 Released Nov. 26, 1861; took oath of allegiance.

John Shaney . . . do. . . Nov. 12, 1861 Released December 12, 1861; took oath of allegiance.

Daniel Gardner . . . do. . . . . . do. . . Do.

Nicholas Dunn Waterford, Ireland . . . do. . . Released Jan. 29, 1862; took oath of allegiance.

A. Oaksmith New York Nov. 19, 1861 Released December 27, 1861.

E. S. Ruggles Fredericksburg, Va. July 20, 1861 Released Jan. 20, 1862; to be exchanged for Edward Taylor.

J. DIMICK,

Colonel First Artillery and Brevet Colonel, Commanding Post.

HDQRS. CITY GUARD, PROVOST-MARSHAL'S OFFICE,

Washington, D. C., February 18, 1862.

Brigadier General A. PORTER, Provost-Marshal.

GENERAL: I have had the honor to have laid before me by yourself a correspondence in which Lord Lyons requests of the honorable Secretary of State to be informed in regard to the case of Thomas Craggs, a prisoner confined in the Old Capitol Building who claims to be a Brit-

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*See p. 1076 et seq., for case of Mason and Slidell.

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