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Humiliation of Gov. Hicks. A more pointed sarcasm than the following could not be written. We copy from the Baltimore Exchange: We are called upon to-day to record one of those sad and tou sympathies by dwelling on its details. It is enough to say that his Excellency — our Excellency--Governor Hicks has been superseded in his office by a Captain of the Federal Army. The proceeding wa — even less ceremonious, perhaps, than was befitting so important an occasion. On Thursday Governor Hicks issued his proclamation as Governor, calling for volunteers for four regiments, which were te tumult of applause with which they hailed its preservers, he fancied he detected a sound like "Hicks." On Friday he was a snubbed and disappointed man. His overtures were rejected, his proclamation was contemned, and the aid of his embryo army was declined. One day he was "I, Thomas Holliday Hicks, Governor of Maryland," and on the next day he was the discarded servant of a subaltern officer,