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" Arrest of Southerners. We copy the following paragraph from the New York Tribune, of the 21; Two Southern travelers from New York and Boston were arrested to day and sent to Fort Lafayette. One was from Europe — Their trunks were seized, and, on examination, found to contain reasonable matter. A Mysterious attack. The New York Herald, of the 21 instant, contains the following: The bark Ship, from London, arrived at this port yesterday, and reports that on the 28th ult. she came alongside of a gun-boat and was boarded by order of Captain Gregory, in command. The captain of the bark was invited to go on board the gun-boat, but refused, and immediately after the guns of the gun boat were opened upon the bark, carrying away her fore-topsail . The gun-boat is supposed to be the R. B. Forbed. [The firing remains unexplained]. An Eastern shake "home guard." The Denton (Md) Journal has the following: Col. James Wallace, of Cambridge, having b