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ame into camp this afternoon, ready again to enter upon duty. The seizure of "Flora Temple." The New York Herald, of Friday last, has the following in relation to the seizure of the racing mare, Flora Temple, though the statement that Mr. McDonald is an officer in the Confederate army is untrue: The racing mare Flora Temple — well known in this and other cities for her speed and the many matches that she has made — was seized by Deputy Marshals Hunt and McCoy, on account of a libel filed against Flora by Mr. Ethan Allen, Assistant United States District Attorney, she being the property of Mr. Wm. McDonald, of Baltimore, at the present time an officer in the Southern army. This, under the late act, will render the mare the property of the United States, and unless something extraordinary occurs, she will be sold for the benefit of the Government. The race between Flora Temple and Ethan Allen was not interfered with by the Marshals, such being the orders they received;