From the Richmond Sentinel, 5/6/1863, p. 2, c. 3
Arrival and Departure of Prisoners. – A man named Fleming Putnam was captured at Tunstall's Station on Monday, and sent to Castle Thunder on a charge of acting as a guide to the Yankees in their raid near this city. – James E. Jackson, a negro, was sent in by Gen. Pryor, upon strong suspicion that he set fire to the Meadow Bridge on Monday. – There were several arrivals at the Libby, among them Lieut. G. A. Marsh, (whose arm was shattered,) and 12 privates of the 12th Illinois, taken by the 46th Virginia at Tunstall's station; one private of the 1st New Jersey, taken in Goochland, and two of the Independent cavalry taken near Richmond. These cavalrymen were sent off almost immediately with the 554 prisoners by flag of truce to City Point, although they said they would like to stay awhile and look about. – The Libby now has very few inhabitants except political prisoners. The authorities, however, have detained one Capt. McKee, formerly provost marshal at Mt. Sterling, Ky., who in his official capacity, treated our prisoners there with great brutality. He is charged with other crimes for which they have to answer.