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Vallandigham a arrest. The arrest of that brave and able defender of constitutional rights at the North--C. L. Vallandigham — is an event which ought to lead to some great consequences. Whether it will or not remains to be seen. It may be that the small riots, so soon suppressed, the arrest of a number of Vallandigham's friends, together with the extinction of the newspaper at Dayton called the Empire, of which Mr. V. was the editor, is to end the matter. If it stops just there, then indeed the Northern people are under the control of a despotism unsurpassed for its efficiency. Mr. Vallandigham was a candidate for the office of Governor of Ohio, and was receiving evidences from popular demonstrations which justified the hope of his election. It may be inferred that the step taken by the Government was prompted by the fact. For a long time it has discontinued the arrests of citizens of the North on suspicion of disloyalty, or for words uttered Vallandigham never has ceased t
planet" Let us hope that the news to-day may be more reassuring. Some happy accident may yet interfere in our favor and give us an unexpected and glorious victory. Arrest of the Hon. Col Vallandigham. Great excitement existed at Dayton, Ohio, on the 5th, in regard to the arrest of Hon. Clement Vallandigham, by order of General Burnside. A despatch from Cincinnati says: At dark a crowd of from 500 to 600 proceeded to the Journal office, took possession of it, completely gutt is not allowed. The charges were based on his Mount Vernon speech. Mr. Vallandigham is at the Burnett House to-night, under a strong guard. Dayton and Montgomery county are placed under martial law. The total loss by the conflagration at Dayton was $39,000. Important from England — Exciting debate The Australasian, with Queenstown dates to the 26th, reached New York Wednesday. A spirited debate had occurred in both Houses of Parliament in regard to the seizure of British