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Arrest of suspicious characters. --It was made known to the Vigilance Committee of this city, on Saturday, that a Union flag was flying from the mast of a small vessel near the mouth of Tanner's creek, and Mr. John S. Rosson was sent down to arrest the parties who had raised it. At 2 o'clock, Mr. Rosson and several others returned to the city, having in charge E. W. Waterhouse and Warren Hansel. They were taken to the office of the Mayor, who committed them to jail to await further evidence, which may be adduced this morning. Arthur P. Jones is the name of the vessel. A large red flag, the "Union" part of a United States flag, and a large pennant, were found on board the vessel. These, it is supposed, they had been using as signals. Waterhouse hails from Connecticut, and Hansel is from New Jersey.--Norfolk Argus.