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Union men in the Accotink neighborhood. We learn that they have arrested Mr. P. H. Troth, a very worthy and reliable and inoffensive citizen, a miller, and one of great value to the neighborhood. Near Langley, Fairfax County, Va., Sept. 2--The disunion troops continue to scout around this neighborhood in considerable numbers. A servant belonging to Craven Ashford, (late a magistrate in your city,) who is hired near here, says that her master was shot and killed at Falls Church, on the 27th ult.. I write you the fact, as he was well known in Washington. Excitement at Indianapolis. Indianapolis, Ia., September 1 --A convention of sympathizers with the Peace party assembled at the Court-House yesterday afternoon. Although there were but few participants present, a large crowd of excited people were assembled. Honorable Robert L. Walpole, of this city, was made Chairman, and while addressing the audience in denunciation of the Administration and its war policy,