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ast the guests of the Confederate Government; reached Baltimore from Richmond last Wednesday. Immediately on arriving at the former city, one of the gentlemen--Capt. Wynne--was arrested by order of the Government, and forthwith removed to Washington, his companion being permitted full liberty of action, as no proof of culpability were forthcoming in his case. We trust that the authorities at Washington will show no mistaken leniency in regard to Capt. Wynne, should this culpability be proven. The hoisted neutrality of Great Britain is a shameless force, when Alabama are fitted out in English yards, and manned almost solely by sailors of her marline, and Bem to move freely between the two sections. Although the retried of the above arrest are for the present kept secret by the Government, it is intimated that Capt, Wynne has been guilty of acting as an emissary or agent of the rebels, and was on his way to Europe with important dispatches. Preparation for War in Canada — ammu