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refer to Government matters; she objected personally to Capt. Burt, who had informed against her. Cross examined by Mr. Dean.--Had known Mrs Brinsmade for some time in New Orleans; knew that she had a husband, and has since been informed that hes. Elliott, Searing, and others, authorizing them to advance me money to defray my expenses — whatever I wanted. To Mr. Dean.--I never saw Mr. Kennedy until now; so far as I know, he had nothing to do with my arrest; I always supposed that Mr. Ks treated very rudely by Bowles and Baker; I have no complaint to make as far as the station-house is concerned. To Mr. Dean.--I was kept in a little room, next to the large room where complaints are all entered on the books; I had a separate roo Washington, and I should know about it as soon as he got an answer; he did not know anything about it himself. To Mr. Dean--I never knew Mr. Kennedy before; I introduced myself to him; I carried a letter of introduction to Mr. Draper stating m