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New York Express, after noting the arrest of Mrs. Green how and Mrs. Phillips, says: Mrs. Greenhow is a sister of Mrs. Cutts, the mother of Mrs. Douglas. Mrs. Phillips is a daughter of Mr. J. C. Levy, now of Savannah, but a native, and for the greater portion of his life a reays of nullification, Mr. Levy was a firm Union man, as also was Mr. Phillips, then a young lawyer at the Charleston bar. At the close of the war of nullification Mr. Phillips removed to Mobile, where he soon acquired a large practice. On his election to Congress, in 1853, he removeuccessful result of his mission was chronicled at the time. Mr. Phillips is a most estimable man and enjoys the respect of his legal totelomatists of France or Russia. It is a little singular that Mr. Phillips occupies the house in I street which, for the last two or three night. The female members of the family of Mayor Barrett and Mr. Phillips are all under strict surveillance, military guards being station