From the Richmond Dispatch, 1/30/1863, p. 1, c. 5
Libby Prison. – There were no arrivals at this prison yesterday. Four of the inmates died on Wednesday. There were in confinement yesterday 1,183 prisoners, distributed as follows: 912 Abolition prisoners of war; 203 citizen prisoners; 39 deserters from the Aboliton army, and 29 negroes. But two of the inmates of this prison were drowned on the occasion of the breaking of the 8th street bridge, and the bodies of both were recovered and decently interred.