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der R. Boteler by the Yankee troops: "It appears that he was arrested by the order of Colonel Leonard, of the Thirteenth Massachusetts Regiment, at the instance (as Colonel L. assured Mr. Botele confronted with the low, sneaking traitors who had preferred these charges against him, and Col. Leonard consented to send for them. Mr. B. very well knew that the cowardly hounds would never dare emanded his release, as they had no witnesses to substantiate their charges against him. This Col. Leonard, (who Mr. Boteler represented as being quite a gentleman in his bearing,) at length reluctantSouth had greatly the advantage in officers, artillery and cavalry.--Before Mr. Boteler left, Col. Leonard suggested that it was always customary to exact an oath of allegiance from their prisoners. cent dog in the South; and you yourself, sir, would despise me in your heart for it." To this Col. Leonard said nothing, but ordered an escort to take him to the river. Upon leaving them at the river