From the Richmond Whig, 6/7/1865, p. 2, c. 5

THE LIBBY RECORDS SENT TO WASHINGTON. – The books used in the office of the Libby prison, and containing the names, Regiment, date of capture, &c., of every Federal officer and private that ever passed the doors of that prison, have been sent to Washington, as the records of much that is valuable, historical and curious. The books have one recommendation – they have been well kept by the chief clerk, Mr. E. W. Ross, and this fact is admitted at Washington we understand.

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