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The Daily Dispatch: April 22, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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fact, and also that he had been engaged in the battle of Manassas. Langford, the captain, is part owner of the vessel, and has been engaged in the contraband trade for five months. The passengers and crew were all, together with those captured by the Reliance, given in charge of Colonel Thomas, at Fort McHenry. The following is a list of passengers on board the Velma: John G. Little, of New York; Joseph C. Wilson, late merchant of Baltimore; John Starkey, late of the house of T. T. Martin, of Baltimore, and George McCafferty, of Baltimore, and H. A. Brooke, son of Prof. N. C. Brooke, of Baltimore, a captain in the rebel army. The crew are Captain Samuel D. Langford, Robert H. Creswell, Samuel Somers, and W. J. Whittington. Baltimore, April 14.--The passengers taken on board the Velma were subsequently taken before the United States Marshal, and, strange to say, have all been released. Some of them profess that they were ignorant of the character of the vessel.