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The churches are closed and every one is absorbed in the intense excitement. Rumor of course is thousand tongued and intensely wild. All of the Government archives here, money and valuable property, have been prepared for instant removal, if necessary, and much of it is already on board of ships in the port. Drays, carts, and every description of vehicle, have been busy throughout the day. Horses are still being pressed into service, and likewise negroes for labor. There is a guard all around the city, and no one is allowed to leave without a pass. There is a throng at the Baltimore and Ohio railroad depot, awaiting news and the arrival of troops. Persons cannot to outside the city without passes. Thousands of refugees are arriving in the city. Immense crowds of persons throng all the thoroughfares, and the excitement, if possible, is greater than on and after the 19th of April 1861. But the Union people hold entire away. The negro population is much frightened.