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The Daily Dispatch: February 5, 1862., [Electronic resource] 12 0 Browse Search
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Monroe--they Can't come over — the Yankee Government and Napoleon — case of M. De Bebian. Norfolk, Feb. 4, --There is no doubt that the special spying he persons recently arrived here by flag of truce from Fortress Monroe, was Mr. de Bebian, of Wilmington, N. C. He was arrested last summer at the North and confined passport to go to Europe, but Mr. Seward endorsed on it, "It is understood Mr. de Bebian is not to enter into any of the insurrectionary States." He went to Paris ars prepared the necessary papers for the French Minister at Washington, and Mr. de Bebian returned to the United States. He called on Mr. Seward for a passport to ealled on Mr. Seward, exhibited some documents, and asked for a passport for Mr. de Bebian to return to Wilmington, and Mr. Seward very cheerfully granted it. MrMr. de Bebian has applied to the Federal Congress for the amount of damages he has sustained, and it is probable he will be reimbursed. He claims to be a French citiz