From the Richmond Enquirer, 12/11/1862, p. 2, c. 4

TO BE SENT HOME. – We understand that Scully and Lewis, who have been confined in Castle Thunder, under sentence of death, as spies, in co-partnership with Webster, who was hung, have been pardoned, and are to be sent North. It is difficult to comprehend the meaning of such kindness on the part of the Confederate authorities.

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