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The Daily Dispatch: October 21, 1861., [Electronic resource] 11 1 Browse Search
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her in a very summary manner. The next subject of her ticstions was Mr. Wm H. Marshall, who keeps the grocery store at the corner of Juna and Baronne streets, a U. K. on the Abolition goos, and a safe person to talk with on that subject. Marshall is an Englishman and has been in New Orleans since 1853. She says there ae war, their object then being to run off negroes to the free States, and that Marshall actually has run off slaves. She asserts that she discovered their secret sign of recognition and answer, and gave to Marshall, before the Mayor what she asserts to be the grip of fellowship in the society. The way in which her doings camabove, and produced the letters of introduction she had obtained from Peck and Marshall. She said that her arrest was very unfortunate, as, if left alone, she was suhen called for, and in the meantime issued warrants for the arrest of Peck and Marshall. They were both taken and brought before him yesterday, when they were co