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l, of Wednesday evening last, gives the following account of the arrest of Mr. Robert Mure, (erroneously printed Moore in our Saturday's issue,) of Charleston, S. C.officer to his room, him that his presence was returned on the dock. Mr. Robert Mure, of Charleston, South Carolina, cousin of the British Consul at New Orleande his appearance, and, on gaining the dock, was taken into custody. At first Mr. Mure appeared greatly surprised, and demanded his release. The officer expresss city, where the accused was taken before the United States authorities. Mr. Mure's baggage consisted of several trunks, which were removed from the steamer, anpers which showed that he was bearer of dispatches from the Confederates. Mr. Mure is about forty years of age, of very fine address, and has been in the country. Fort Lafayette received yesterday another tenant in the person of Mr. Mure, the Englishman, arrested on suspicion of being a rebel bearer of dispatches t