From the Richmond Sentinel, 7/22/1863, p. 1, c. 7

Yankee Prisoner Shot. – Monday last, a Yankee prisoner confined in the building opposite Castle Thunder, was fired at by the guard, and struck in the arm, rendering amputation necessary. The prisoner was guilty of a violation of the rules, for which he had been repeatedly warned, and also for spitting on persons passing along the pavement.

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