From the Richmond Dispatch, 5/6/1863, p. 1, c. 5
Suspicious Darkey. – A Hanover free negro, names Jas. E. Jackson, has been committed to Castle Thunder by order of Gen. Pryor, on suspicion of being the party who burned the Meadow Bridges at the command of the Yankees, and also for piloting them about the country. Jackson was found clothed in a Federal uniform. He accounted for its possession by saying that they captured him and made him put on the coat.