ing prominent parties.
All the mutineers, including those of the 2d Maine, and the 13th and 21st, of New York, have been sent to Tortugas.
Mrs. W. Greenhow, the widow of the former Librarian and Translator, has been arrested.
Mrs. Senator Gwyn's trunk has been examined, and traces of the Washington fortifications were found.
Dr. Manning was arrested to-day.
The special correspondent of the Times says that Mrs. Phillips, wife of Philip Phillips, the well known counsellor, the well known counsellor, has been arrested Mrs. Phillips prepared to illuminate her house on the result of the Bull's Run battle, but was dissuaded from doing so by some of her more discreet friends.
Orders have been sent to West Point to arrest Mrs. Gwyn.
Lieut. Krimwell, who was in the battle at Bull's Run, has gone to join the Confederates in Missouri.
Washington, Aug. 27.--Com. Porter is said to have submitted documents, proving a forgery in relation to his disloyalty.