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rrest, and as soon as the boat arrived at Rocketts yesterday afternoon he was taken to Castle Thunder and committed till such time as a hearing of his case can be had. The papers are reported to contain important orders which have emanated from Gen Winder's department and other matters of an alleged treasonable character. We learn that Cachmeyer states that the documents in question were not intended to be communicated to the enemy for the injury of the South, but that they were only to be and other matters of an alleged treasonable character. We learn that Cachmeyer states that the documents in question were not intended to be communicated to the enemy for the injury of the South, but that they were only to be sent to some of his friends in Baltimore, as an explanation of certain acts which he had committed here. Cashmeyer has been looked upon by Gen. Winder as one of his most reliable detectives, and be has heretofore been entrusted with the most important missions.