last, just previous to the departure for Liverpool of the British steamship Africa:
"Miss Lotty Hough, who appeared at the Howard Athengum a few weeks since, and gained considerable applause incts of the case, and therefore sent an intelligent officer with the husband to investigate it. Miss Hough was found in the saloon of the steamer, her husband pointed her out to the officer, and directed him roughly, in the presence of others, to arrest "that woman." Miss Hough immediately went on shore at the request of the officer, and explained to him that she had been obliged to support her husof his wife's baggage ashore, and in informing the people around him that he was going to have Miss Hough arrested.
After hearing the story, the officer told Miss Hough that he had no authority to deMiss Hough that he had no authority to detain her, that she appeared capable of taking care of herself, and that she could depart in the steamer and take her baggage with her, which she accordingly did, and her husband was left on the wharf