About two years ago, Mrs. Mary Seizgle
left this city for the seat of war, with the Forty-first regiment New-York volunteers, of which her husband was a member.
She returned on Saturday night last, dressed in a soldier's uniform.
The police took her into custody under the act which forbids a woman to walk the streets in male apparel.
She was taken to the Twenty-seventh Precinct stationhouse, where it was satisfactorily shown that she had lost all of her clothing in the late battles of Gettys-burgh, and that she had no other alternative but to put on a soldier's uniform.
It further appeared that during her two years absence she has rendered herself very useful as hospital nurse.
She was sent to the residence of her husband's brother, No. 8 Spring street.