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Arrests for disloyalty, &c. --The following parties were arrested yesterday, William Williams, for disloyalty; John Findsley and Reinrich Frieshcorn, for selling liquor, and Daniel Bitter, superintendent of the Monticello House, by order of Captain Samuel Maccubbin, Chief of the Provost Marshal's police, by Detectives Shaw, Hicks, Carter, Hammond, O'Brien, and Roach. They found two Union flags, and took possession of the papers, letters, and books belonging to the German Turners' Society. On entering the assembly room of the Turners, the officers found a figure of the goddess painted on the wall, with Union colors and shield, with the words underneath of, "Hats off! " Besides the parties above named, a number of soldiers were arrested.