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The Daily Dispatch: October 29, 1861., [Electronic resource], Diplomatic correspondence between Secretary Seward and Lord Lyons. (search)
nd this inquiry resulted in the establishment of their truth. Mr. William Patrick was thereupon promptly released from custody by direction of the Secretary of State.--This release occurred on the 13th day of September last. On the second day of September the Superintendent of Police in the city of New York informed the Secretary of State, by telegraph, that he had under arrest J. C. Rahming, who had just arrived from Nassau, where he had attempted to induce the owners of the schr. Arcticina, for the use of the rebels, and inquired what he should do with the prisoner. J. C. Rahming was thereupon committed into military custody at Fort Lafayette, under a mandate from the Secretary of State. This commitment was made on the 2d day of September. On the 17th of that month this prisoner, after due inquiry, was released from custody on his executing a bond in the penalty of $2,500, with a condition that he should thereafter bear true allegiance to the United States, and do no act hos