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direction of the major, and rode to Vienna, and thence to Hunter's Mills.
When near the latter place, Capt. Wilson and Lieut. Stetson discovered a rebel who was endeavoring to make his escape.
They dashed off after him and soon returned into camp with him as a prisoner.
When introduced to Gen. Hancock, the latter said : Ah!
Vollin, I am glad to see you — we have been looking for you for some time past.
He is said to be a spy, and a most notoriouspicket murderer.--Philadelphia Press, December 20.
The United States Marshal Hiram Dunn arrested at St. Albans, Vt., Mrs. Meyer, the wife of a German Jew residing in New York, who had been acting as a messenger between the rebels who congregate in Montreal and the South.
She was extremely violent for a few minutes, but found it best to put up with what could not be avoided, and submitted to an examination of her person and trunk by some ladies.
The result was the discovery of a package of letters containing important treasonable c