d, and the document, though torn, in the possession of the Provost Marshal's Aid.
The document proved to be a commission from Jeff. Davis to a Dr. Septimus Brown, of Baltimore, also passes and direction for him to run the Federal blockade, in order to gain the rebel domains.
The other documents in the keeping of this female smuggler proved to be a treasonable correspondence, and by this time some of the iniplicated parties are closely watched, if not already immured in a dungeon, Dr. Seplimus Brown was immediately taken prisoner and turned over to the tender mercies of Colonel Morris, at Fort McHenry.
Mrs. Baxley was taken to a hotel and several police officers placed on guard over her. While locked in her room she dropped a note out of her window addressed to her lover, (the rebel doctor,) imploring him, for God's sake, to fly, as all was discovered.
She was also quite disheartened, and said that she had braved all dangers for the sake of her lover, and, when on the point