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Agent of Parson Brownlow arrested. We have already briefly noticed the arrest and imprisonment in Fort Warren of Parker H. French. The following, from the Boston Post, reveals some new facts in regard to the affair, which we think of sufficient interest to transfer to our columns: An arrest was made yesterday, by offic, to leave town at once, fearing that an attempt at rescue might be made. They took the cars for Boston, and arrived here last evening. He will be conveyed to Fort Warren this morning. French is regarded as one of the most accomplished scoundrels in the country. He was one of Walker's right hand men in the Nicaragua affair,te visit to Boston, and, it is presumed, with some reference to this case. The Government officer, who has made very many of the arrests of traitors now at Fort Warren, regards this arrest as likely to lead to important results. He has been in pursuit of French for a long time, and it was only by the most ingenious plans care
er force was to advance on Rumsey, opposite Calhoun, and divert Gen. Crittenden until the other two forces got in his rear. Release of State prisoners from Fort Warren--Marylanders detained for Refusing to take the oath of allegiance--Lieut. Tathall imprisoned. Boston, Nov. 27. --By orders from Washington, the following State prisoners, mostly Marylanders, have been released from Fort Warren, after taking the oath of allegiance; S. B. Frost, John L. Boulden, David Luchest, Geo. Thompson, Robert Roe, Charles D. French, John I. Heckhart, Geo. W. Landing and Leonard J. Quinlan. Five others, whose discharge, as heretofore stated, was ordered byer, Thos. Shields, Michael J. Grady, and Geo. A. Appleton. Lieutenant Tathall, commanding the marine guard of the sloop of war San Jacinto, was conveyed to Fort Warren yesterday. He is a son of the rebel Commodore of that name. Foraging expedition Across the Potomac.--disastrous reconnaissance. Washington, Nov. 27.