ent to the Commodore's care at the same time.
The arrest of Mr. Serrell.
The New York Post, alluding to the arrest of Mr. Thomas S. SMr. Thomas S. Serrell, says:
He asserts that the whole occasion of his trouble lies in the fact that he had on his last voyage in the Persia two acquathe statement upon which he was arrested.
A brother-in-law of Serrell's arrived in this city on Monday morning from Philadelphia.
A genatements of these gentlemen it appears that whatever may have been Serrell's intentions on this occasion, his friends are wholly unprepared ted at being himself arrested for treason than he was on hearing of Serrell's arrest, and that Serrell was in Philadelphia previous to his arrSerrell was in Philadelphia previous to his arrest after his trip on the Persia.
Serrell's statement in relation to his money was that it is his own property, and that he intended to Serrell's statement in relation to his money was that it is his own property, and that he intended to start a brokerage and exchange business in Philadelphia.
The bark Joseph Maxwell captured by the Sumter.
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