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walked to the door of the office, but on looking up the street, turned back and remarked that he thought he saw one of the parties engaged in this illegal traffic outside. The individual pointed out was thereupon arrested and carried before Major Griswold for examination; but, instead of the investigation resulting in his conviction of any fraudulent conduct in the matter, it was proven that the informant himself was one of that class of traitors known as "buffaloes,"--i. e., domestic traitorsobtained from persons no better than himself a power of attorney to come on to Richmond and claim the horses as some which had been stolen from loyal citizens in his neighborhood. The case being rather novel and embarrassing in its features, Maj. Griswold knew of nothing better to do with him than to turn him over to Capt. Coke, for enrollment in the Confederate service; but it appearing that he was over the conscript age, that officer was necessarily compelled to discharge him, for the want o