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nesday. The soldiers are making constant arrests of suspicious parties. On Friday two drunken men arrested a deaf mute, a pupil of the Columbian Institution, "on suspicion." The report (Federal) of the Confederate loss at Martinsburg has been greatly overrated as to the killed, wounded and prisoners. A gentleman just from there informs me that he supposed he saw all the prisoners, and that instead of there being more than 200, there were but five. The same gentleman states that McMullin's Rangers, (Philadelphia rowdy firemen,) were appointed to the right of the column by Gen. Patterson, but that on the first rush of the Confederate cavalry they broke, and each running for a tree, esconsed himself. This action of the Rangers is credited through the Northern journals as a peculiar mode of fighting The Message does not excite any comment in this city, the points set forth therein being already exhausted by the Northern newspapers. Even the partizans of the Administrati