From the Richmond Dispatch, 3/26/1862, p. 2, c. 3
Castle Godwin. – Several persons were arrested by the Provost Marshal's force yesterday and placed in Castle Godwin. Among the number, M. May and M. Nelson, residents of Broad street; also, William Dresper, and Captain William Scofield, the latter, we believe, for disloyalty. A man named Charles Smith was arrested for joining several military companies, and receiving the usual bounty, when the law provides that he shall not join but one.