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ave been sufficiently numerous, there has been no case like that of Arnold. No general officer has, so far as we are aware, ever been suspected of selling himself and his country for gold. An Arnold could have been produced only in Yankeedom. No other portion of that immense terrihowed Jamieson Arnold's pass, Jamieson ordered him to be carried to Arnold. The affair would thus have been only temporarily delayed — Andre on duty, arrived after Andre had been started off, under escort, to Arnold. He no sooner saw the papers that had been found on Andre than he saw at once that there was treason in the case, and that Arnold was at the bottom of it. He entreated Colonel Jamieson (who seems to have been it will be recollected, was disguised as a merchant and passed in Arnold's passport by the name of John Anderson. As soon as Tallmadge laid confined. Andre told who he was as soon as he became assured that Arnold had escaped. From that time until his death, Andre seems to have r