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The Daily Dispatch: February 22, 1864., [Electronic resource], The movements of the enemy in the South. (search)
ns who were members of the incendiary association. In due time the parties were taken before Gen. Winder; but that functionary, from some cause or other, concluded that it was not in his power to diot him to the North, and as certained that it was Dr. Wm. Maclure. He then left and informed Gen. Winder about what he had heard, when he (Winder) ordered the arrest of the two prisoners. MessrWinder) ordered the arrest of the two prisoners. Messrs. Reese and Mitchell, Confederate Detectives, knew nothing of the affair, except that they had, under General Winder's orders, arrested Heintz and Friedland. In addition to this evidence severalGeneral Winder's orders, arrested Heintz and Friedland. In addition to this evidence several printed notices of meetings, similar to those which are used by the Odd Fellows, Masons, and all other secret societies, which were found at the house of the accused, were gobbled up and brought intod remand the parties. There had been no distinct charge made before him against them, and as Gen. Winder, who had first had the matter under consideration, had thought proper to turn them over to hi