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Arrest of a notorious Character. --John Logan, a notorious free negro thief, was arrested yesterday afternoon by the energetic day police officers Seal and Jenkins on the charge of forcibly entering the storehouse of Alexander R. Holladay, on the 26th of July, and stealing about $7,000 worth of coffee, sugar and other groceries. Several negroes have already been arrested and tried on this charge, two of whom (James and Charles Harris) have been condemned to be sold into absolute slavery on Monday next; but all of them, in their testimony, previously given, agree that Logan was the fellow who broke into Mr. Holladay's storeroom and passed out the valuables through the window. In connection with the above, it may be as well to state that an application for the pardon of the two Harrises has been for some days pending before the Governor, but up to a late hour yesterday afternoon the petition had received no favor from that distinguished functionary, and, in all probability,