Adventures of a Rebel Heroine.
Norfolk, Va., Jan. 22.--Miss Poole arrived here last evening in the flag of truce steamer, and we had the pleasure of an interview with her. She is an intelligent and pleasing lady, and withal possesses a fervor of patriotism which no tortures of the enemy could dampen.
Our conversation with her convinces us that she is a true Virginia lady, and we congratulate her upon her escape from the thraldom of Lincolndom and her restoration to Southern soil and society.
Miss Poole was arrested in Wheeling on the twenty-eighth of September last, by order of the Secretary of State, charged with conducting a correspondence with the Southern rebels.
On account of indisposition she was not removed from her home, but was allowed to remain in her room — a guard being placed at the door of the same, and also a guard on the outside of the building.
The door of her chamber was securely locked, and the key taken by the officer of the guard.
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