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hers were arrested in Richmond, Va., and committed to prison for treason against the Southern Confederacy, having openly avowed their sympathy for the Union, and loudly proclaimed their denunciations of the rebellion.
The Richmond Examiner of March third, gives the following minute account of the affair:
On Saturday night, Capt. Goodwin, by order of the government, proceeded with a party of select men to the farm of John Minor Botts, and took him and all of his papers and private correspnt in the way of the authorities.
Now that the government appears really in earnest in the suppression of treason, it becomes every citizen who knows a man or set of men inimical to our country and cause to point them out.--Richmond Examiner, March 3.
The rebels have established powder-mills in Virginia, South-Carolina, Georgia, and Alabama, and have an abundance of powder, such as it is — a very weak article and deficient in power.
As an evidence of this, it may be stated that many of