New York Dec. 31.Monday arrived at Boston, Swedish brig [illegible], Capt. Isnaren, from St. Barts, via Halifax 7 way, (where she was sent in and [illegible].-There were no papers received by this arrival-but Mr. Peters, a passenger in the above vessel states that [illegible] 3 days before the FORTY SIX AMERICAN OFFICERS were put into close confinement, in retaliation for Forty Six Officers and others, lately put into close confinement in America. Another gentleman also a passenger in the above vessel informs, that NINETY TWO AMERICANS had been put into close confinement.]
Salem, Mass. Jan 1.
Ten of the petty officers of the Chesapeake frigate, having been released from close confinement at Halifax, the ten British officers who have been closely confined in Ipswich Jail, in retaliation, have been likewise released.
Published in the Raleigh Register and North Carolina Gazette-January 14, 1814.