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Affairs in Baltimore. The Federal troops have "occupied" Baltimore permanently, and have good quarters. There is evidently as much feeling against them in that city as there was against the forces under General Gage, which "occupied" Boston at an early period of the Revolutionary War. The citizens may be desirous of shielding their helpless families from the horrors of war, but already the spirit of the people breaks the restraints of prudence. On Tuesday evening, while a squad of volunteers from the Federal Hill camp were passing the corner of Pratt and Light streets, a demonstration was made towards them by a party of twenty or thirty persons, but some citizens interfered and prevented a collision. A lot of arms belonging to the city of Baltimore was, on Tuesday, taken possession of by a detachment of Gen. Butler' s command and carried to Fort McHenry. The arrest of Mr. Winans, according to the Sun, was as follows : The special train of yesterday evening, whic