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ng, at ten o'clock, Col. Anthony, with one hundred and fifty men, was attacked on an open prairie, about ten miles from this place, by six hundred rebels, under the command of. Upton Hayes, and after a desperate struggle the rebels retreated, seeking shelter in the woods, from which they were again routed. Col. Anthony then fell back about six miles to await reinforcements, which will speedily be forwarded to him. This is supposed to be the same hand of rebels that captured a part of Col. Shield's company of Premont Hunssars near Little Santa Fe. It is said that there are upwards of one thousand armed rebels in this county. Arrest for treason in Baltimore — Seizure of valuable arms. Baltimore, Nov. 11. --The Superintendent of the Government detective police, assisted by detective Benj. Franklin, of Philadelphia, and Mr. Lawrence of Washington, arrested to day John Renwick, son of Robt. Renwick, of this city, and now a prisoner in Fort Warren, for treason. The pr