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Released on taking the oath. --Charles Miller, a German, arrested a few days since on the charge of disloyalty was released yesterday from Castle Godwin, by order of Gen. Winder, on taking the oath of allegiance. The fellow has a wife who is a perfect singe eat, and it is no doubt to her determined and vexatious persistence that Miller owes his liberty. By personally being present on several occasions, we know that she was in the habit of importuning Captain Alexander, Assistant Provost Marshal, for his release on an average about half a dozen times a day. She did this on the ground that Miller was a natural born fool, and had not improved much by age. An evidence of his want of lucidity is found in the fact that he declared that heft Richmond, he furnished him with a great coat to aid him in his flight. It is claimed by those who ought to know, that Miller is a "red-hot abolitionist." Perhaps his red republican socialistic ideas may incline him that way. At any rate, it would