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The Daily Dispatch: April 14, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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Disloyalty. --Samson Bell, an immigrant from Connecticut, a shoemaker by trade, and resident of Fulton, below Rocketts, was arrested on Saturday by detective Thomas for disloyalty, and conveyed to Castle Godwin and locked up. On seeing the officer approach, Bell retired by way of a culvert in his yard to a sort of den he had built under his house, and though he was known to be on the premises, such was the ingenuity displayed in fashioning his place of concealment, a considerable time elannecticut, a shoemaker by trade, and resident of Fulton, below Rocketts, was arrested on Saturday by detective Thomas for disloyalty, and conveyed to Castle Godwin and locked up. On seeing the officer approach, Bell retired by way of a culvert in his yard to a sort of den he had built under his house, and though he was known to be on the premises, such was the ingenuity displayed in fashioning his place of concealment, a considerable time elapsed before the officer was enabled to unkennel him.