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and Manassas with information concerning military matters here. J. W. Mankin, of Georgetown, was arrested on Saturday for disloyalty, and Mr. J. Grimes, a merchant of that city, yesterday, on the same charge. Mrs. Phillips and Mrs. Greenhow, recently arrested here by order of the War Department, are permitted to remain at their own residences, where they and their surroundings are of course under the surveillance of military guards. A similar guard is stationed in the house of Mayor Berret. Washington is to-day full of a rumor saying Mrs. Wm. M. Gwin, wife of ex-Senator Gwin, of California, was arrested at West Point, N. Y., by order of the War Department. We have not been able to verify the fact, however. We hear that a lady who resides beyond the lines of the Federal troops on the other side, was arrested in Alexandria yesterday, and over seventy letters, directed to various persons in the rebel lines, were found upon her. The replies to them were to be directe