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The Daily Dispatch: May 1, 1861., [Electronic resource], The Arrest of
The Arrest of Captain Jenifer. The Hagerstown (Md.) Mail gives the following account of this
h has already been briefly noticed:
Captain Jenifer a few days since arrived at Carlisle Barr seven o'clock the next (Monday) morning, Captain Jenifer mounted his horse and left the Barracks, o restrain the mob from personal violence, Capt. Jenifer had better proceed to York.
While the con e hundred balls through the prisoner.
Capt. Jenifer, who had no arms upon his person, was then Judge Fisher entered the cell to state to Capt. Jenifer that he was released.
During his conf n his cell.
When informed of his release, Capt. Jenifer obtained permission to remain in jail duri . Andrew Porter and Major Thomas, and upon Capt. Jenifer's giving his parole of honor to Col. Porte ving an interview with the Governor.
Captain Jenifer reached Harrisburg at 3 o'clock on the mo n our guard,"or something to that effect.
Capt. Jenifer then took leave, the Governor expressing h [7 more...]