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by flag of truce, was one masculine looking woman, registered as Mrs. Baxley, who said she was bound to Baltimore. Capt. Phineas A. Davis, oengers were found correct, and the boat was allowed to proceed. Mrs. Baxley appeared gay on the passage, and at the breakfast table the next the gang-plank was run out the boat having landed at Baltimore, Mrs. Baxley was heard to say that she thanked God that she had arrived home rmed of the circumstance, when he at once sent a lady to examine Mrs. Baxley with more security. Almost every possible place about her ca document which, when taken by the lady examining the smuggler, Mrs. Baxley rushed at her, and getting hold of the paper, tore it in two. Tile the operation was going on, rushed into the saloon and found Mrs. Baxley hors du combat,but vanquished, and the document, though torn, inr to the tender mercies of Colonel Morris, at Fort McHenry. Mrs. Baxley was taken to a hotel and several police officers placed on guard