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The Daily Dispatch: November 7, 1864., [Electronic resource], The Action of the Bermuda authorities in the case of the Captors of the steamer Roanoke. (search)
efore a court, and Captain Brain's commission was produced, and his letter of instructions from the Secretary of the Confederate States Navy. The signatures of Mr. Mallory were proved by Mr. Fry. The letter of instructions were as follows: Confederate States of America,Navy Department, Richmond, May 26, 1864, Acting Masterheir names to the Department as early as practicable, and you will also report your proceedings under this order. I am, respectfully,Your obedient servant, S. R. Mallory. Secretary of the Navy. If the prisoners cannot be sent into the Confederacy you will parole them, taking their parole in writing, embracing the raeir parole in writing, embracing the rank, grade, name and age, and taking their pledge not to serve against the Confederate States during the war, unless regularly exchanged. S. R. Mallory, Secretary. Mr. Richard Darrell, on the part of the attorney-general, then withdrew the charge, and the accused were released.