Arrested as a spy.
Lieutenant L. Wise, a nephew of Governor Wise, was arrested by Col. Shanks, in his camp, near Calhoun, Ky., some days since.
He had come into camp under the pretext of wishing to sell a horse.
Letters from rebels, conclusively proving him a spy, were found upon his person.
While in prison at Owensboro' Colonel Shanks, by keeping an eye upon him, succeeded in securing a letter in cypher, written to him by Governor Wise, and addressed to the care of Selby Lee, Wheeling.
He was sent to Louisville in irons, and will be treated as a spy.-- Washington Star.
Capt. M. F. Maury.
An entertainment was given in New York last week to Gen. McClellan.
The New York World says:
Among those present was the Mayor of Halifax, who made a very cordial response to a complimentary toast to the British colonies.
The Mayor alluded to Commander Maury, who was in Halifax a few days since with his son, (after running the blockade via Bermuda and Nassau,