For five days the steamer has been lying quietly here in Halifax harbor while the British authorities go over her inch by inch — and over the passengers as well — looking for contraband, spies, or any person or thing which for any reason should not be allowed to go to Scandinavia now. To-day the examination was finished, and now we are only waiting permission from London to go to sea.
KeywordsEuropean History Russian Revolution British Authority Vigilante Action Suspected Person
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