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Under arrest. --Captain Ben. Robinson, senior editor of the Fayetteville News, reached here on yesterday in charge of a guard of United States soldiers. He, as well as the guard who arrested him, is entirely ignorant of the charge on which his arrest is based. --Wilmington Journal.
Adjournment of the North Carolina Legislature--Nothing done about Freedmen--Mr. Robinson, editor, Bailed. Raleigh, December 18. --The Legislature adjourned this morning to meet again on the 1st of February. No law was passed and no bill even presented for the government or protection of freedmen. Mr. Benjamin Robinson, editor of the Fayetteville News, who was arrested and brought here on Saturday, on the order of General Ruger, for articles which appeared in his paper unfriendly to the Government, has been admitted to bail.