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, and the expenses of providing for prisoners of war, $2,000,000; clothes, camp and garrison equipage, $30,000,000. Arrest of some of the St. Albans raiders. A telegram from Quebec, dated the 21st, shows that the Canadian authorities, frightened at the clamor in the United States, have disregarded the decision of their courts and arrested some of the discharged raiders. It says: It is understood that immediately after the issuing of the proclamation in reference to the rebel Canadian raiders, Major-General Dix dispatched a confidential agent to Canada. This gentleman returned to New York, satisfied that the Canadian authorities were taking all necessary steps to perform their international obligations. The best understanding prevails between the Quebec and Washington Governments. Mr. Thurston, Vice-Consul at Quebec, is also sick. The Governor-General has offered a reward for the arrest of the raiders, which was published yesterday. Young and two other