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ere dreadfully frightened and those who had any valuable personal property began to conceal it as rapidly as possible Lieutenant Low, when he boarded the Ariel, stated that the passengers would be allowed to proceed unharmed, and their private properhe went to sea by her when in Martinique, and paid no attention to her. What he cannot whip he can run away from." Lieut. Low, having made inquiries of Captain Semmes about what he was to do with the United States officers and men on board the Ardered to give up their side arms, and the men their muskets and equipments, which were all taken on board the Alabama, Lieut. Low next called for the manifests and finding some money on them took possession of $3,000 in Treasury notes, belonging to Confederate authorities within thirty days after the establishment of the independence of the Confederate States. Lieut. Low having destroyed all the sails of the Ariel, ordered her to keep in company with the Alabama and both ships steamed tow