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ived, via Manassas, that the Hon. Edward Stanley and his nephew, Capt. Fablus Stanley, U. S. N., have been arrested at San Francisco and lodged in jail. These gentlemen are natives of North Carolina, and it was suspected by the miserable Lincoln despotism that they were about to return to the States for the purpose of resuming their residence in the South. The Hon. Edward Stanley represented one of the North Carolina Districts in the Federal Congress for many years. A regiment of Choctaw Indians tendered Gen. Floyd. The following correspondence, which we copy from the Rockingham Register, of the 12th inst., explains itself. Of course the War Department will accept the offer of the services of this regiment of warriors, who are the very boys to assist in chasing the Yankees from the sacred soil of this proud old Commonwealth. The regiment was raised mainly through the agency of Col. George E. Deneale, of Rockingham, Va., who spent six weeks in the Choctaw nation, haranguin