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Boston courtesy to a Southern merchant. A prominent merchant from Charleston, S. C., being in Boston on business a few days since, was arrested by a New York house under the new law, which admits the arrest of a debtor in any State. The arrest was made on an old claim, which the Charleston merchant did not acknowledge as just. Immediately on hearing of the same, one of the lending firms in Boston gave bonds in the sum of $20,000, and the merchant was released.