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Messrs. Arnold Harris, McGraw and Ed. --We learn that several members of Congress and other influential and prominent gentlemen are in favor of the release of these individuals. Certain correspondence of Mr. Enris', written in the month of April to friend in New Orleans, proving him to be a friend to the South, has been laid before the authorities. It has never been pretended that Harris did anything more than commit an indiscretion and place himself in an equivocal attitude by approaching our lines without a flag of truce, seeking indirectly for the body of Secretary Cameron's broths.--His letter to General Beauregard was couched in terms ill-calculated to forward him in the business upon which he had come, and his "neutral" position therein claimed was not easily admitted, seeing he came from the enemy's country on the errand he did. But being a resident of the District of Columbia, and proving himself to have been a Southerner in sentiment long before any suspicion atta