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Appropriations. We learn from Washington that during the first session of the 37th Congress there was appropriated: For civil and miscellaneous purposes$1,371,873.90 For the army, arms and fortifications207,401,397.80 For the Naval service56,385,086.29 More about the Federal Arrests. The New York Herald, of Saturday last, says: The rebel agents whose arrest was noticed in the Herald of yesterday prove to be Mr. John Garnett Guthrie, of Petersburg, Va., and Mr. George Miles, of Richmond, Va. --The former gentleman was taken at the Fifth Avenue Hotel, the latter at the Metropolitan. They had in their trunks over $170,000 in gold, bills and stocks of the States of Virginia, Georgia and Tennessee; also numerous letters addressed to prominent men in the South. --The letters were forwarded by special messenger to Washington. The money, &c., is in the hands of the authorities. The prisoners were examined yesterday at the Police Headquarters, and, by direction