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Arrest of a lady for treason.

--We copy the following from a late Yankee paper.

Mrs. Mayer, the wife of Mr. Mayor, one of the lawyers in the privateer Sumter case, representing the German prisoners, arrived in New York on Saturday, in charge of the United States Marshal of Franklin county, Vermont. She was arrested at Rousels Point while on her way to Canada from New York, She is charged with having in her possession treasonable correspondence. She is said to have a large property in Charleston. On arriving at New York she was taken to the Prescott House, and Marshal Murray telegraphed to Secretary Seward for instructions.

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