took place through the detection and arrest of Lewis Benjamin, engaged in the same business.
The New York Tiport of the arrest.
The check book of Benjamin was found inside, with marginal references showingicial paper of the Custom-House, read:
"Dear Benjamin Send me $150 immediately.
I wish to use it at onct 6 o'clock in the evening.
It is stated that Benjamin was in the habit of shipping goods to Nassau in so induced to go upon the bond out of friendship for Benjamin.
In either case, Palmer's position was such as to
W. A. Smalley, whose arrest in connection with Benjamin has been stated expresses his desire for a speedy ds for blockade runners; he became acquainted with Benjamin some time since at a dinner the acquaintance ripen subsequently received in an envelope a check from Benjamin for $100, neither more nor less; he made no secretThe checks were drawn to his order, were signed by Benjamin, and were presented by him (Smalley.) They are yet