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[from the Barbour Jeffersonian.]Astounding Developments — Carlile a traitor and a spy. The depravity of the human heart is most woefully as they come to us from an unquestionable source. We learn that Carlile is in correspondence with Lincoln's Cabinet, and that he now has iis information can be implicitly relied on, as it came from one of Carlile's supporters, who said that he saw the letter from the Secretary o although the members of the Convention were sworn to secrecy, yet Carlile spent a whole day in Washington, and was, we are told, closeted with Lincoln's Cabinet. That night, when Carlile passed Harper's Ferry the Armory buildings were in flames by the order of Lincoln. The questrevent them from being captured With what fiendish exultation must Carlile have sit in the cars and witnessed the flames lit up by his treasocantations! It is reported, with what truth we know not, that Carlile has been forced to fly the country to prevent arrest for treason.