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--Ex-Minister Faulkner is still in jail, which is strictly under military guard. He will soon, probably, be removed to the more comfortable quarters of the Provost Marshal. It is believed by the Government that he has been holding correspondence with the enemy through the Southern Commissioners at Paris, and that a regiment at Richmond is waiting for him to take command of it against the United States.--Besides, something like retaliation may be intended, in view of the fact that Messrs. McGraw and Harris, who went to Manassas on an errand of mercy, while declaring themselves neutral, were seized and thrown into prison. The Washington correspondent of the New York Herald writes: It is said that a correspondence has been found among ex-Minister Faulkner's papers, showing a collusion between him and certain members of the present Union Government, and that among the things laid down in the programme was the meeting held in Baltimore the other evening by Breckinridge an