the Revere House this evening.
He is five feet nine or ten inches in height, dark complexion, dark hair, wears a moustache, and has the evidence of guilt on his person.
I have also telegraphed Mr. Seward.
This was placed in the hands of John S. Keyes, United-States Marshal for this district.
Major Bateman, however, did not come to Boston, but went by another route to Nova Scotia, and sailed in the steamer from Halifax to England.
Marshal Keyes writes, This was only one of the thousand iMarshal Keyes writes, This was only one of the thousand instances of Governor Andrew's active efforts in the good cause.
Sept. 21.—The Governor telegraphs to Secretary Seward, Large quantities of shoes are shipped from this city to Louisville, Ky., and Baltimore, Md., intended for the rebel army.
Cannot a stop be put to it?
Sept. 28.—The Governor writes to Senator Wilson to recommend James Magner as a first lieutenant in the Twenty-second Regiment, that he might be commissioned, and detailed on the staff of General Sherman.
This was not done