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Doc. 28.-how Smuggling was carried on. Report of Captain Dunham. headquarters Defences of Washington. Sir: Agreeably to instructions received from Captain Richard B. Irwin, Acting Assistant Adjutant-General to Major-General Banks, to visit the lower part of Maryland as far as Leonardtown, St. Mary's county, and arres
he party belonged to the rebel army.
Their names were as follows: Theodore Dent, J. R. Bateman, J. I. Turner, B. Montgomery.
Next day sent them under guard to Washington, accompanied by a Dr. Hardie, whom I arrested upon suspicion of harboring these men previous to crossing.
They are all now comfortably situated at the Capitol d to the opposite shore.
I released them, however, because of insufficient proof against them.
Left Pamunkey the sixth instant, at eight A. M., and arrived in Washington at three P. M.
The cases of Mr. C. C. Spaulding and Mr. E. Lee Spaulding were investigated by General Wadsworth.
The former was pronounced guilty of having