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ed to produce a still greater increase; so that the precious metal will soon find its level, the market being glutted, and the supply being in excess of the wants of commerce. The New York Herald Miscellaneous. Gen. Lewis Partridge, of Norwich, Vt., was arrested a few days since by United States Marshal Baldwin, on the charge of treason, and taken to Windsor, where the United States Circuit Court sits next week. Hon. John J. Crittenden is in New York. Mrs. Phillips and Judge Andrews, of New Orleans, who were sent to Ship Island by Gen. Butler, have been released. At Harardsville, Ct., on the 22d instant, a powder mill exploded, killing 8 men and Miss Ceha Smith, who was struck by a flying timber. The New Orleans Delta suggests to Gen. Butler that the females who "flaunt secession badges in the faces of the defenders of New Orleans," be sent to cotton factory at the Baton Rouge penitentiary. Ex-Gov. Wm. D. Campbell, of Tennessee, has accepted the appoi