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The Daily Dispatch: May 14, 1864., [Electronic resource] 92 0 Browse Search
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ficials here. He said he was intimate with Mr. Chalker, in the Custom House, who could get him arrould not be arrested, for their intimacy with Chalker would allow them to leave the port at any tims and contraband goods to leave this port. Mr. Chalker is the captain of the inspector's force. d. After the departure of the rebel agents Mr. Chalker became still more intimate with Mr. Briggs,s check from Hilton was borrowed money." When Chalker was arrested he gave a fictitious name. uptibility of Custom- House officials. Mr. Chalker once upon a time, in the exercise of his ofCustom-House. The day after the arrest of Chalker, a meeting of certain parties high in authoritorney, prevailed upon General Dix to release Chalker from custody as speedily as possible, on the ious transactions. It is understood that Chalker by the advice of his superiors at the custom-ough to procure the release of the prisoner. Chalker's case is not the only one in point. It is a[36 more...]