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. They were arrested on Canton avenue, while in the act of providing themselves with citizen's clothes, and immediately sent to Fort McHenry. Sent to Fort Lafayette. The Baltimore Sun, of the 19th instant says: The arrests of Robert Renwick and Isaac C. Mask on the charge of treason against the Federal Government have been noticed. On Thursday afternoon Dr. Graves, collector of the city, called on the Provost Marshal and solicited a permit to visit Mr. Mask at Fort McHenry, Mr. M. having been employed in his office. Dr. Graves was informed that it would be useless to go to Fort McHenry, but if he desired to see Mr. Mask he could do so by going to the President street depot in the afternoon. Both Mr. Renwick and Mr. Mask were sent to Fort Layette. Messrs. Wm. F. McKewen, clerk to the board of police, and R. H. Biggar are said to be still at Fort McHenry, but are likely at any moment to be sent to New York harbor. Re-arrest of Senator M'Kaig. The fickleness