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The Daily Dispatch: May 4, 1861., [Electronic resource] 9 1 Browse Search
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Unpleasant Predicament. --Mr. O. C. Bartling, proprietor of the Ocean House, at Portsmouth, Va., was arrested by order of Mayor Mayo, Thursday evening, on the strength of a telegraphic communication received from Commodore French Forrest, of the Virginia Navy, which stated that Mr. Bartling was leaving Portsmouth under suspicious circumstances. He came up via the Norfolk Road to Petersburg,nd by the Southern route, and was placed in the cage, whence he was brought yesterday morning.--Bartling said he was going to Baltimore to bring on his family; communication between Norfolk and that pverned solely by the proof adduced. Till such proof was forthcoming, he would have to detain Mr. Bartling, however disagreeable it might be to him. The proof had not arrived when we left the Court-roreeable it might be to him. The proof had not arrived when we left the Court-room. P. S.--We learn that during the day the Mayor heard from Portsmouth, and discharged Mr. Bartling from custody.