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s entered the village, on their advance to Manassas. Gen. McDowell rode up to this building, and found a gentleman at the gate. "I understand, " said the gallant McDowell, "that these buildings constituted the headquarters of the rebel General, Bonham," "They were Gen. Bonham's headquarters," replied the Southerner. "Then," returned the Federal commander, "they are now the headquarters of Gen. McDowell. Important Arrest. The New Orleans Bee, of the 16th, says: The army offiGen. Bonham's headquarters," replied the Southerner. "Then," returned the Federal commander, "they are now the headquarters of Gen. McDowell. Important Arrest. The New Orleans Bee, of the 16th, says: The army officers on the Jackson Railroad arrested a Mr. Felt yesterday morning for trying to get along the road without a passport. He had about him, in a body belt, $6000 in gold, and certificates of large deposits in the Chemical Bank of New York city. He was taken before the Governor, but we do not know what disposition was made of the case.