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cape. It is understood that you arranged with Gen. Dix and Gov. Seward the modus operandi. It has been in no one is here. But there is one bad thing. Gen. Dix has sent his son here, and a Major, and the Provosrrow, accompanied, at least as far as Monocracy, by Mr. Dix. He does not like to get up and go at that time. Very respectfully, R. M. Copeland. Young Dix tells me his errand was to meet you and give you a lin Baltimore yesterday which has alarmed all. I sent Mr. Dix and the policemen away on the train, and went mysel Darnestown: Sir: I have just telegraphed to Gen. Dix that we have seized seven members of the House of hers are gone. I shall send four men at least to General Dix at Baltimore who are very bad men. I have advisednd. Letter of Introduction of Gen. Hammond to Gen. Dix, Recommending release of McCubbin, member from Annng the oath. Frederick, Md., Sept., 1861. To Major-Gen. Dix, commanding Fort McHenry, Md: Sir: The mem