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U. S. Officer arrested.

--The Augusta Dispatch, of Thursday, has the following:

‘ We learn that Brevet Lieutenant Colonel Morris, of the United States Army, was arrested at Johnson's Turn Out, on the South Carolina Railroad, on yesterday evening, by Lieutenant T. Smith and Surgeon A. Dozier, of the 7th Regiment, South Carolina Volunteers. Morris had a parole from Colonel Van Dorn, of Texas. He had strong intimations of a desire to reach Washington City, and excited the suspicions of Judge Withers and Dr. Jos. Jennings, who had traveled with him from Montgomery, Ala. He was carried to Camp Botler, where he will undergo an examination.

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