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Arises. --The police yesterday arrested Alfred Hill, a free negro, and Alpheus Grandison, a slave, for stealing $16 from a fellow darkey, Messrs. R. H. Dickinson, Ro. H. Styll and N. Tinsley Pate arrested Dr. George R. C. Todd, at the St. Charles Hotel, and conveyed him to the cage, where he was delivered in custody of police officer Bibb, and locked up for being a suspicious character, and using incendiary language. Todd hails from Lexington, Kentucky. He was heard by sundry witnesses reviling prominent leaders of Confederate State forces as "d — d traitors," and indulging in other opprobrious epithets towards the South and its defenders, when he was immediately seized. Prisoner (who has an impediment in his speech) is a brother of Lieutenant David H. Todd, an officer in the service of the Confederate States--a gallant and meritorious gentleman. He is also a brother of Mrs. Lincoln, wife of Abraham Lincoln, President of the Northern States. He had on his person one or more