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g an insurrection on election day and releasing the prisoners in Camp Douglas. Early this morning, a large number of arrests in their pontion was to fine the city to-night and release the prisoners in Camp Douglas. Colonel G. St. Leger Grangal, Morgan's adjutant-general; Cing of large numbers of Bushwhackers.--Colonel Sweet, commanding Camp Douglas, was communicated with, and orders were at once issued for the ame time been aware of the rebel plot to release the prisoners at Camp Douglas and burn the city. His detectives have been at work, and with sd to the North, was also arrested. They are all now confined in Camp Douglas. In a dispatch to General Crook, this morning, Colonel Sweent of the military invested the residence of Charles Walsh, near Camp Douglas. His house was entered and a portion of the contents taken to cconspirators and home traitors to release the rebel prisoners at Camp Douglas and burn the city. The camp was to have been attacked on two si