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d for this delicate and dangerous work was George Curtis, a young man about twenty-five years of ag left the room. Now, he exclaimed, turning to Curtis, What is your business? Please be as brief asen I told them I was from Norfolk. My name is Curtis, and I am from Washington. As to my business, I can tell you nothing about them, answered Curtis, as everything is kept secret from even his owd will give you also your pass to Richmond. Curtis thanked him again, and, bidding him goodnight,name, I may as well tell you, that mine is George Curtis, and I am from Washington. But before we tel at which they were stopping, and conducted Curtis to a large and elegantly furnished room on thee in, the same one now sitting at the desk? Curtis nodded, and he proceeded: Well, he knew me, an, said Leroy, this is my friend and partner, Mr. Curtis. The two men bowed and shook hands, and Wao undertake the task for him. He then asked Curtis if he would object to making the trip for him.[7 more...]
rtant information brought to my notice by Operative Curtis, on his return from Richmond, concerning t Washington and Baltimore, to co-operate with Curtis, whom I intended now should become an active a days, then, having completed my arrangements, Curtis started to Richmond, by the way of Wilson's La, who was no less a personage than my operative George Curtis. The girl had sank to the ground amost fainting from fright, but so enraged was Curtis at the scene he had witnessed, that he continu Look out! she exclaimed, he has a pistol. Curtis turned his head in time to see the fellow in tfoiled, and dropped his hands at his sides. Curtis advanced and disarmed him; then, stepping backthe face of the detective. Pardon me, said Curtis hastily, seeing the cause of her confusion; my name is George Curtis; we have been so busy talking that I had not thought of names. She then ied him again and again, and so profusely, that Curtis begged that he would not mention it, as he had
. Dan McCowan again turns up. the capture of Curtis. a fight for life, and escape. a bit of Matrt this stage of affairs on the Peninsula, that Curtis was on his return trip from Richmond. With hiu may soon be able to get away from here, said Curtis; and as the Union army is now advancing up the secure a short talk with you. By this time Curtis had dismounted, and was standing at her side. one favor more. It is granted already, said Curtis. Thanking him again, she proceeded: You knoe word that I may know he is safe and well? Curtis took the letter from her hands, and. depositinhat at this time was maintained by the rebels, Curtis had indeed done well; and it was with feelingst here he is, you can talk to him yourself. Curtis was now unbound, and led forward, and stood fae detective at all hazards. Fortunately for Curtis, he had been allowed to retain his weapons, an and young Harcourt, and the courtship between Curtis and the daughter was kept up until the close o[6 more...]