l Shriver and others to be the medium of communication with the Southern Confederacy.
The name of the members are — R. S. Salmon, R. C. McCubbin, J. H. Gardon, C. J. Durant, Thomas Claggett, Andrew Kessler, and Bernard Mills.
We shall get T. Lawrence Jones.--The officers of the Legislature: J. N. Brewer, Chief Clerk Senate; Thos. Moore, Reading, do; Samuel Penrose, Jr., Assistant; N. Kilgore, Reading, do; Milton Kidd, Chief of the House. Mr. Jones is taken; Edward Houser, citizen.
Riley, (veMr. Jones is taken; Edward Houser, citizen.
Riley, (very bad,) printer to the House; John Hogan, (very bad,) citizen; Jos. Elkins, do; Mr. Mason, folder to the House.
We shall leave here for headquarters this afternoon.
The arrests were nearly all seized by the policemen. I am yours respectfully, R. Morris Copeland, Aid de-Camp.
Mr. McCubbin is a person whom I should recommend you to set at large if he takes the oath, which I have no doubt he will.
He is brother-in-law to Gen. Hammond, and a man much respected; also, a man of rathe