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s of the arrest of Colonel Tyler: While promenading on Fourth street, in Cincinnati, on Wednesday forenoon, Colonel J. V. Guthrie, of the First Kentucky Regiment, saw a gentleman whom he thought he recognized as Colonel Tyler, late of the Unitt he turned and followed. Presently he met Captain Dickerson, and, upon consultation, they were both satisfied that Colonel Guthrie was right in his surmise. Thereupon Colonel Guthrie approached Colonel Tyler, and claimed him as a prisoner of war.Colonel Guthrie approached Colonel Tyler, and claimed him as a prisoner of war. Tyler appeared to be some what amazed, but confessed his name and rank in Beauregard's army, and said that, "traveling as a citizen, and without arms, he did not anticipate an arrest" The Commercial says that Colonel Guthrie delivered his prisoner Colonel Guthrie delivered his prisoner to Captain McLean, Assistant Adjutant General of this department, who conveyed him to Newport Barracks, and telegraphed to General Scott for further instructions. Colonel Tyler asked to be placed on parole, but Captain McLean refused to grant the r