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An arrest in New York. --We copy the following from the New York Herald, of the 1st inst: Edward R. Ruggles, son of Gen. Ruggles, of the rebel army, was arrested in this city a few hours after landing from the California steamer. His arrest was effected by detectives Eustace and Parley, by order of the Superintendent of Police, who had received a dispatch from Secretary Seward ordering it. Papers found in his possession contain details of the future movements of a portion of the rebel army organizing in California; also the plans of the rebels for seizing the California steamers, with their golden treasure. A map of the rebel States and some other papers were also, found in his possession. The Superintendent of Police on Saturday received another dispatch from Mr. Seward to hold the youth until further orders. Young Ruggles is about seventeen years of age, and left the home of his father in Montgomery under instructions from Jeff Davis. He proceeded to Havana, and then