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[for the Richmond Dispatch.]car Northwestern army. Bath Alum Springe, Va. Aug. 12, 1861. Messrs. Editors:--Allow me to say to the Public, and more especially to the ladies, through the columns of your valuable paper, has while they are making great and praise worthy efforts at nearly all of our hospitals or the relief of sick soldiers, our Northwestern army, (and officer army, never was marveled in any field,) as far as I can learn, seems here in a great measure neglected or overlooked. There are hospital at Warm Springs, Mill to and Huntsville, with many sick, but especially at Huntsville, which is located in an isolated part of the world. The hospital is silent with sick, s ly ir m from the South-- Tennessee, Georgia and North Carolina. Monterey in Highland county, I don't know so much about, but presume it needs many of the delicacies which are so pleasing and grateful to the sick. But Huntsville and Millboro', I do know, are nearly destitute of all such things,
o us by this arrival. The Washington correspondent of the Baltimore Exchange (Aug. 12) thus alludes to it: The climax of the atrocities of the Administration committed on private individuals secured to-day, in the arrest of Hon. Charles James Faulkner, ex-Minister to the Court of France, on the charge of treason. The arrest was made by the Provost Marshal in person, at Brown's Hotel, and under the following order from the Secretary of State: "Department of State. Washington, Aug. 12, 1861. "To Col. Porter, U. S. A. Provost Marshal, City Washington: "You will proceed to arrest and detain Chas. James Faulkner, ex-Minister of the United States to Paris, and hold him under arrest to await further orders from this Department. "Wm. H. Seward." If the Senate had not adjourned it might have been supposed that that body had impeached him on a charge made at or before the time he was recalled, but as it is, the arrest was one of the most despotic actions that