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Telegraphic dispatches. New Orleans, April 24 --The war fever here is raging intensely, as it is also in all parts of the State, and in Alabama, Mississippi, Texas and Georgia, and other cities and towns in the Confederate States. Business here is well nigh suspended.--There are few ships here, and these get high figures for freights, especially British bottoms, which have the preference. Exchange on London is down to 4 per cent premium. Indianapolis, April 24.
Cincinnati, April 24.
--Ogilvie Byron Young was arrested last evening at the Spencer House, by the United States Marshal, on the charge of treason.
Important correspondence was found in his possession.
He will be examined before the United States Court to-morrow morning.
Providence, April 24.
--The second regiment, under Col. Putnam, sailed this afternoon for New York.
They number about 500 men, and carry with them a flag borne by the Rhode Island regiment during the R