Two young men, giving their names and James Slavin and James Massey, were committed to the Castle yesterday by Major Griswold, on the charge of being suspicious and "inimical" to the Conferate Government. The parties were very well dressed, and men of intelligence, but could produce no vouchers as to their character and intentions.
Richmond (Virginia) Examiner, June 23, 1863.
J. Slavin and J. Massey, the two young men lodged in Castle Thunder on Monday as suspicious characters, were yesterday paroled by order of General Winder, to report and await developments.
Richmond (Virginia) Examiner, June 24, 1863.