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a runaway member of his own company, who had joined as a substitute, under the name of M. Malloney. Officer Thomas instituted a search of the person of the party, and found in his pocket-book two discharges from the Confederate States Army, as an Irishman, one certificate of the British Consul that he was a Scotchman, and a lot of transportation papers for him to proceed, as a discharged soldier,&c. New Orleans. One of the discharges, which he had no doubt purchased, was in the name of Michael Sweeney, one in the name of Duncan Maloy, which latter is no doubt the fellow's true name. Maloy was playing a bold game. Having his discharges ready, and his transportation papers made out in due form, nothing would have been easier for him to have done, after disposing of himself to Mr. Luck at a good round price, than to have put them into requisition to convey himself away from the scene of his numerous swindles. The documents were taken possession of by Capt. Guigon, and Maloy was sent