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s in Baltimore. The Baltimore Sun, of the 17th, says: At a late hour on Tuesday night, a squad of Federal police visited the residence of Mr. Wm. F. McKewen, Secretary of the Board of Police, and took him into custody. The charge against him is treason, but what are the alleged specific charges did not transpire. He was taken directly to Fort McKenry. Shortly before noon yesterday, a posse of the Provost Marshal's police visited the cabinet manufactory and dwelling of Mr. Robt. Renwick, Nos. 90 and 92 North Howard st., and arresting that gentleman, sent him to Fort McHenry. The premises were then searched for arms and other contraband of war. Excavations were made in both the cellar and yard, but nothing was brought to light, save a box of bullets found in the yard, which were among some rubbish. The reported Disaster to the Federal blockading vessels. The Northern press, it appears, do not place implicit confidence on Com. Hollins's report of his victory