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ters to the United States could do so by leaving them at this office, and he would take them to Louisville and mail them. Now, we have made inquiry about "Schenck alias Skunk," and are satisfied he is an imposter. He is a New England Yankee, with all the impudence of a patent medicine vender. How he came here we have act Louis, and that he formerly published a "religious journal" there. Startling development — an abolition Clue in the City. From the New Orleans Crescent, of the 22d inst., we take the following: Yesterday morning, Lieut. Morel, of the Third District Police, upon information received, arrested a German named Frenzel, who lives on Charles street, in the Second District, charging him with being an incendiary and traitor to the State and Southern Confederacy. It appears that Frenzel, who is quite an intelligent man, had excited Lieut. Morel's suspicious some time since by remarks that he was reported to have made in favor of Lincoln and his dynasty; h