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e had been sailing for some months before the war Capt. Scott sent an officer on board with orders to bring her Monday morning. Maj. French, accompanied by Capt. Scott and the U. S. Marshal, went on board the Salvor a she cast anchor. The Marshal, at the request of Capt. Scott, sent for his deputy and an assistant, and commenfiscation act. Accordingly, the Marshal informed Captain Scott that he would consult with the District Attorneyfficers was done at the suggestion and request of Capt. Scott. And it was their impression that this officer iy the Court, and at the same time presented it to Capt. Scott. He flatly refused to receive the document declaed by force of arms, left the vessel. At sunset Captain Scott ordered the deputy and his assistants ashore, thJudge Marvin, on learning of the interference of Captain Scott with his officers in the discharge of their duti cases of arms were secreted under the coal. Capt. Scott, before leaving port, addressed a letter to Major