st Marshal, eyed this woman with suspicion, and communicated his distrust to his assissant, Chas. W. Brigham, who runs regularly on the Georgiana.--When the flag of truce came up it was almost time fot the breakfast table the next morning she made some remarks which attracted the attention of Mr. Brigham, who asked her jocosely whether she was a secessionist?
To which she answered "Yes." After td to say that she thanked God that she had arrived home safe," and when about stepping ashore Mr. Brigham tapped her on the shoulder and requested her attendance in the ladies' cabin,
As soon ase thought it best to deliver over the "contrabands" and be allowed to proceed on her way. But Mr. Brigham insisted upon it that she had others, when in her shoes and stockings numerous other letters , tore it in two.
The lady examiner rushed at Mrs. B., at the same time calling assistance.
Mr. Brigham, who stood outside while the operation was going on, rushed into the saloon and found Mrs. Ba