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[Inclosure Numbers 2.]

STATE OF NEW YORK, County of Kings, ss"

I, Henry A. Reeves, do solemnly swear that I will support, protect and defend the Constitution and Government of the United States against all enemies whether dometic or foreign, and that I will bear ture faith, allegiance and loyalty to the same, any ordinance, resolution or law of any State convention or legislature to the contrary notwithstanding; and further that I do this with a full determination, pledge and purpose without any mental reservation or evasion whatsoever; and further that I will well and faithfully perform all the duties which may be required of me by law. So help me God.

HENRY A. REEVES.

Sworn to and subscribed before me this 5th day of October, 1861.

CHARLES W. CHURCH,

Justice of the Peace.

OAKDALE, SAYVILLE, LONG ISLAND, November 5, 1861.

Honorable WILLIAM H. SEWARD.

MY DEAR SIR: Is there any evidence on file in the State Department that Mr. H. A. Reeves was arrested on my complaint? You will greatly oblige me with a reply by return mail directed to me at the New York Hotel, New York.

Yours, truly,

WILLIAM H. LUDLOW.

DEPARTMENT OF STATE, Washington, November 6, 1861.

Honorable F. W. SEWARD,

Assistant Secretary of State, Washington D. C.

SIR: On the subject of the letter of Mr. Ludlow of the 5th instant which you received I have to state that there does not appear to be any evidence on file in the Department of State that Mr. Henry A. Reeves was arrested on the complaint of Ludlow.

I am, sir, very respectfully, your obedient servant,

E. D. WEBSTER.

LONG ISLAND, December 23, 1861.

Evidence of H. A. Reeves' non-reform. He is a traitor and ought to go back to Fort Lafayette for the winter.

JOHN JONES, SR.

[Inclosures from Brookly Evening Star, Monday, December 23, 1861.]

[No. 1.]

HONORABLY DISCHARGED.

Jacob A. Appley, esq. of Southold, a well-known citizen who was arrested in New York City a short time ago charged with complicity in the alleged preparations to send the bark Augusta (of which he is owner) on a slave voyage and confined in Fort Lafayette by order of Secretary Seward was released on Tuesday, the charges against him proving to be frivolous. He reached his home on Wednesday. He tells a hard story of the fare and treatment dispensed to the unfortunates confined in that infernal bastile. - Greenport (L. I.) Watchman.