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posed disloyalty. --Jacob S. Atlee, in many years a well known citizen of Richmond, was arrested yesterday morning on a warrant from the Governor on suspicion of disloyalty to the State. The examination was fixed to come off at 6 o'clock yesterday evening before the Mayor, but was postponed till 9 o'clock Friday morning. Mr. Atlee was admitted to bail in $500 for his appearance, A. B. Hutcheson becoming his bondsman. We understand (for we were not present) that Messrs. J. Brummel and E. B. Cook appeared as witnesses against Atlee, and a number of other citizens for him. We hear that A. went to the North recently to get potash for making glass that finding he could not get it here by railroad, he obtained a pass from Gen. Butler permitting "Mr. Atlee and his vessel" to pass Old Point, and that he had also a note from Mr. Chase to the "Secretary of War" of the Washington Government. He came back for the funds to pay for the potash, and his possession of the documents caused his lo