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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 11. (ed. Frank Moore) 4 0 Browse Search
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ember fourteenth, the following named persons, members of the Sons of Liberty, were arrested, viz: Obediah Jackson, Grand Senior, Charles W. Patten, Member of State council, Mr. Fenton, Tyler or door-keeper, James Geary, a dangerous member, Richard T. Semmes, nephew to pirate Semmes, Dr. E. W. Edwards, who harbored Colonel Marmaduke, all of whom remain in custody. On the fifteenth instant a young Englishman, from Canada, under British protection-papers, named Mongham, was arrested, who proveSemmes, Dr. E. W. Edwards, who harbored Colonel Marmaduke, all of whom remain in custody. On the fifteenth instant a young Englishman, from Canada, under British protection-papers, named Mongham, was arrested, who proves to be a messenger between Jacob Thompson, Captain Hines, Brigadier-General Walsh, and the guerrillas of Colonel Jesse, of Kentucky. An examination of many of the persons so arrested, show, beyond all doubt, that the Sons of Liberty is a treasonable, widely-extended, and powerful organization, touching into almost, if not all, the counties of this State; that it is an organization of two branches, one civil, the other military, the members of the civil being on probation for the military bra