From the Richmond Dispatch, 4/20/1863, p. 1, c. 5
Arrival of Yankees. – On Saturday sundry small instalments of Yankees were received at the Libby prison. Included among the number was Silas Our, a member of the 21 Maryland cavalry. He was captured in Hardy county on the 8th inst. Once before when Our was serving the Yankees he was caught by our men and retained in the South fourteen months. He says he went in their army first of his own accord, but was forced in the last time, the Yankees dragging him from his plough in a cornfield. 1st Lieut. H. Cromelin 5th Pa cavalry; and eighteen men, captured at Williamsburg April 11; two men of the 58th Pa, captured at Newbern, N C, April 15th; 2d Lieut W F Stone, 1st Maine cavalry, taken at Bealton Station April 16th, by Gen. Stuart and 35 men from Knoxville, taken in Tennessee and Kentucky, were also among the arrivals Saturday. Not long since one Welsh and another man, both deserters from the Yankee army who had been forwarded to Richmond, expressed a desire to be sent home by flag of truce, which was done. The Yankees received them and they were taken to New York, and after trial by Court Martial were shot for desertion.