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move on Manassas Junction. the arrests. Francis Markoe, one of those lately arrested on a charge of treason, has been released on giving $3,000 bail. A. E. Addison has been released on taking oath of allegiance, and giving bond for his loyal conduct. James Fletcher, charged with being a disunionist, has been remanded until Gen. Mansfield determines his case. Lewis C. Robinson was arrested by a guard from Capt. Kelley's company of the D. C. Volunteers, and a hearing before Justice Donn and Capt. Starr. He was dismissed upon taking the oath of allegiance. Affairs af Harper's Ferry. The Louisville Courier has a letter dated Harper's Ferry, May 25, from which we extract the following: Gen. Johnston assumed command yesterday, and immediately set to work reconnoitering the surrounding country. That General J. intends to hold this place may be inferred from the fact that he has brought his family with him. His accomplished wife is the daughter of the late Ho