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was brought to the attention of the Mayor yesterday morning. William N. Miller, a person dressed in the uniform of a captain in the Confeder to make inquiries, when it turned out that there was no "Colonel William N. Miller," in commission in the Confederate army. This confirmed rrest of the party, which was accomplished, as before stated, while Miller was coming out of a lodging house on Virginia street. After thproduced the voucher and duplicate, which were signed by a frond of Miller, the latter having a "wounded hand," which prevented his doing it helf; and on examination, to proved that the voucher was signed "Wm. N. Miller," and the duplicate "Wm. N. Walker," a fact which was not discomself or his clerk ever seen to before. He judged at the time that Miller was a Lieutenant Colonel, from his dress as well as his address. Wcious in its influence, and he sooner he is got rid of the better." Miller represented to the officer that he was on furlough, and that his C