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The Daily Dispatch: January 10, 1862., [Electronic resource], Outrage upon the person of our Commissioner to Mexico. (search)
outhern Confederacy near the Government of Mexico, was put under arrest some three weeks since on the charge of having committed an assault on the person of a citizen of the Unite States. Colonel Pickett was taken to the Leputation, but, on making known his character, was permitted to return to his room to await further proceedings. A few days later he was called before a criminal judge, and again pleaded his official character, and was permitted to return to his rooms. On the night of the 15th, at ten o'clock, he was suddenly seized by the police, while preparing to retire to bed, and was carried off to the Deputation, where he was placed in a small and uncomfortable guard-room. There he was forced to remain, in company with three others, during the night. Room was scarcely to be found to extend himself on the cold floor, and he consequently spent a sleepless night. All the next day he remained in this miserable apartment, but, in the evening, he was transferred to the house of