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act of treason, and believed she was meditating it. Friday evening, therefore, she was apprehended and brought before the Mayor, when she told the story as we have given it above, 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 sure of her ability to bring to light the whole secret organization of abolitionists, and procure convicting proof against every member. The Mayor told had given him, and if it proved reliable, she might have the satisfaction of having performed a service to her country. He set her at liberty on her own recognizince, to appear when 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 confronted by Madame Boyer. Her cros — examination of them would have done credit to a criminal lowyer, and it was the opinion of those present that they did