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art of a party of eight men, who were traveling into Virginia with arms, and that one of them had a commission in the Southern army. The party were accompanied by a Mr. Robinson, who claimed to be a sort of civil authority, acting under the military. This is an exact and truthful report of what I was an eye and ear witness to, I being then a passenger on board the Pioneer. Friday, July 12, 1851. We learn from other sources that the prisoners brought up were Messrs. Lyon, G. W. Alexander, and two others, named Ousick and Murphy. Although they were arrested upon civil process, for "aiding and abetting Jefferson Davis, and levying war against the United States," they were treated with every indignity, and on applying to Gov. Hicks to be treated with decency, and not as felons, received from him the answer that they were in the hands of the military, and that he had nothing to do with the matter. From Portress Monroe. By the arrival of the Louisiana from Fortress