War of the Rebellion: Serial 115 Page 0285 SUSPECTED AND DISLOYAL PERSONS.

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Political prisoners at Fort Warren, April 15, 1862.

Name. Residence. Arrested. Received. Remarks.

R. H. Bigger. . Baltimore. . Oct. 16, 1861 Nov. 1, 1861 Released on parole.

Geo. Wm. Brown*. . . . do. . Sept. 13, 1861 . . do. . Refused to comply with conditions.

M. Berry. . . . . . . . . . . . . Oct 8, 1861 . . do. . Parole.

Edward Baum. . Currituck, N. C. . Sept. 9, 1861 . . do. . Do.

J. A. Douglass. . Edenton, N. C. . . . do. . . . do. . Do.

W. H. Gatchell*. . Baltimore. . July 1, 1861 . . do. . Refused parole.

J. H. Gordon+. . Cumberland, Md. . Sept. 17, 1861 . . do. . Unconditionally released.

R. S. Grissons. . New Hanover County, N. C. Aug. 16, 1861 . . do. . Parole.

Charles Howard*. . Baltimore. . July 1, 1861 . . do. . Not examined.

F. K. Howard. . . . do. . Sept. 13, 1861 . . do. . Do.

Wm. G. Harrison+. . . . do. . Sept. 12, 1861 . . do. . Refused parole.

Thomas W. Hall, Jr. . . . do. . . . do. . . . do. . Do.

S. H. Lyon. . . . do. . July 13, 1861 . . do. . Do.

J. K. Millner. . Danville, Va. . Sept. 10, 1861 . . do. . Special parole.

Charles Macgill+. . Hagerstown, Md. . Oct. 1, 1861 . . do. . Refused to take parole.

J. F. Newton. . New Hanover County, N. C. Aug. 16, 1861 . . do. . Order left for release whenever he would accept.

S. F. Newton. . . . do. . . . do. . . . do. . Do.

Edward O'Neill. Currituck, N. C. . Sept. 9, 1861 . . do. . Parole.

A. E. Smith. . San Francisco. . Aug. 2, 1861 . . do. . Had been discharged.

T. P. Scott+ Baltimore. . Sept. 13, 1861 . . do. . Not examined.

E. Sibern. . Currituck, N. C. . Sept. 9, 1861 . . do. . Offered parole.

Thos. Shields. . Baltimore. . Sept. 7, 1861 . . do. . Parole.

Wm. H. Winder. . Philadelphia. . Sept. 10, 1861 . . do. . Refused parole.

H. M. Warfield+. . Baltimore. . Sept. 12, 1861 . . do. . Do.

S. T. Wallis+ . . do. . Sept. 13, 1861 . . do. . Not examined.

Charles Keene. . New York. . Nov. 14, 1861 December 2, 1861 In close confinement; refused to take parole.

A. M. De Bree. . Norfolk, Va. . December 4, 1861 December 6, 1861 Lieutenant in Navy; refused to take oath; remanded.

Wm. T. Glassell. . Alabama. . . . do. . . . do. . Do.

Robert Hull a. . Baltimore. . . . do. . Feb. 19, 1862 Refused parole.

Geo. P. Kane*. . . . do. . June 27, 1861 Nov. 1, 1861 Not examined.

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*See Vol. I, this series, p. 619 et seq., for case of Baltimore police commissioners.

+Members of the Maryland legislature. See Vol. I, this series, p. 667 et seq., for correspondence, etc., relating to these arrests.

a From Fort Lafayette.

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GENERAL DIX'S HEADQUARTERS, Baltimore, April 16, 1862.

E. D. WEBSTER:

It is impossible for me to say at this moment when I shall be able to go to New York to resume the examination of state prisoners.

JOHN A. DIX,

Major-General.

NEW YORK, April 16, 1862.

E. D. WEBSTER, Department of State:

I have examined all the state prisoners in Fort Lafayete. General Dix is not here yet; he must answer you. I cannot [say] when he will come.

EDWARDS PIERREPOINT.

ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S OFFICE, April 17, 1862.

WILLIAM MEADE ADDISON, Esq.,

U. S. District Attorney for Maryland.

SIR: Yours of the 15th is received. * * * As to the time o trial of the cases to be tried I have at present no instructions to give. That