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ields, and her own frontier left open to invasion and insult. Gen. Stuart's unresented raid through two of the most po lous and loyal counties of Pennsylvania circling as he did in defiance near the capital of the State, is to the authorities the most disgraceful incident of this war. It was bloodless by mere accident. It was not the less discreditable because it was bloodless. But another outrage on the dignity and the sovereignty of the State demands inquiry and redress. On the 6th of August last a Federal military officer--General James Wadsworth--claiming to be Military Governor of the District of Columbia, came with a guard to the capital of this State and without authority of law, in the middle of the night, seized and dragged from their beds directly under the eye of the Governor and his Cabinet, four respectable and, as the event proved, innocent citizens of Pennsylvania. They were incarcerated in a distant prison and finally discharged without an or any succor, and