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e two others our informant did not know. There were not more than one hundred secession troops at Fairfax Court-House. More Arrests in Washington. The Star states that yesterday a squad of men of company A, Union Regiment, arrested Mr. F. Markoe, late a fourth class clerk in the State Department, on a charge of having said in a conversation with J. C. Wright, in Georgetown, that he was in communication with the Southern Commissioners in Europe. Mr. M., at his examination before Justice Donn, explained what he said to the witness. He is an intimate acquaintance of A. Dudley Mann, one of the South Carolina Commissioners to Europe, and received, a few days before this conversation, a letter from him, in which he stated positively that England and France would recognize the Southern Confederacy. In the conversation, Wright expressed the opinion that the European powers would not recognize the Southern Confederacy; the prisoner expressed a different opinion, and referred to thi