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rts of the West and North, for the purpose chiefly of organizing the order known as the Knights of the Golden Circle. He was arrested yesterday morning in Bradford, Connecticut, a few miles from New Haven, where he had organized a lodge, and spread secession sentiments to no small extent.--His arrest was made by the superintendent of the Government detective police from Washington, and detective Franklin, of Philadelphia. French has been stopping in Bradford and vicinity for about six weeks, under the alias of Maxy, and had succeeded in estranging many persons from loyalty to the Government. In his possession were found the constitution and by-laws ore doubtless forgeries. He is believed to have had much genuine correspondence with influential Secessionists. So much had he endeared himself to the people of Bradford, that the officers felt compelled, on securing his person, to leave town at once, fearing that an attempt at rescue might be made. They took the cars for Boston