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B. Everett Smith, editor of the Hill (Md.) Shield, has been arrested by Lincoln's for publishing treasonable articles. Levi Gacroll, Gen. B. Dadd, John Laferre, and R. M. Mo. have been sent from Baltimore South for uttering treason. Wheeler, in his dash upon the trains between Murfreesboro' and Nashville, captured $20,000 in Federal greenbacks. The duties paid on imports through the blockade amount to the sum of $330,000 a year. Hon. Fierre Sonle, of Louisiana, is now in Havana.
The London Times's correspondent, writing from Vicksburg, says: "The only plan to take Vicksburg is to land in front and attempt to storm the batteries; but this requires more bravery than the Federals possess" A telegram from St. Louis. April 17th, says Col. Phillips has swept the north side of Arkansas river clear of rebels. Dispatches from Gen. Foster, at Washington, N. C., up to Sunday last, say that he can still hold out three weeks. Admired Wakes has been a rested at Havana, and will be held as a prisoner on parole until he accounts satisfactorily for firing on a Spanish steamer. Seward has sent another dispatch to Minister Adams, to go by next steamer, warning Great Britain against allowing any more Alabama to go forth to prey upon American commerce. Marquis of Hartington, lately in Richmond, has made a speech, saying the North can only exterminate the South, and that the South will fight to the last. The London Post hopes, by the end of the yea