assage of the Sixth Massachusetts Regiment through Baltimore to Washington.
The parties were taken to the Sheriff's office, and released on bail in the sum of $500 each, to answer the several charges alleged against them before the Criminal Court.
Joseph Bonnetto and Edward Isenbrecht, previously arrested and released on bail, were re-arrested upon the subsequent action of the grand jury.
Policeman Graham, of the southern district, on Saturday afternoon, arrested John Howard, alias "Bull Allen," on the charge of inciting a riot at the Locust Point camp, and resisting the policeman in the discharge of his duty.
Howard, when first arrested, was rescued, it was alleged, by some of the soldiers, but was subsequently recaptured outside of their protection, and brought to the southern station with considerable difficulty, he resisting the policeman all the way.
The Postmaster General has ordered the mail service between Washington, Baltimore and Old Point Comfort to be resumed.