but is refused
sends her paymaster and ex-consul Tunstall to Cadiz
they are arrested and imprisont port, and ship the article around to me. A Mr. Tunstall, who had been the United States Consul at off, and take on freight.
Messrs. Myers and Tunstall, during this delay, went up into the town, to had demanded the arrest of Messrs. Myers and Tunstall, as citizens of the United States, alleging tship, my paymaster, Mr. Henry Myers, and Mr. T. T. Tunstall, a citizen of the Confederate States, an arrest and imprisonment of Messrs. Myers and Tunstall, which would probably have resulted in their der the impression that Paymaster Myers and Mr. Tunstall, had been released from imprisonment; and rmation of this Tangier difficulty.
Myers and Tunstall had embarked, as has been stated, under the Fe subject of the capture of Messrs. Myers and Tunstall to Mons. Thouvenal, the French Secretary of Snchman, simply, why may not Messrs. Myers and Tunstall claim French protection?
Though they were on