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otomac for some purpose in connection with Col. Thomas' visit to Baltimore. Col. Kenly, therefore, immediately resolved to attempt her capture, and being unable to engage a steamer with the essential secrecy, seized the Chester as above stated. He had also reason to believe that persons in the city were in collusion with Col. Thomas, whatever his designs may have been, and that several parties of men left the city in omnibuses on Monday, prior to the arrest of Col. Thomas, going towards North Point, designed, it was presumed, to furnish the schooner with an armed crew for future operations. The Chester did not get off until near 7 o'clock, but as no other steamer was allowed to leave the port, it is probable that the schooner will be captured with all on board and brought to the city. Colonel Thomas is a son of the late Hon. Richard Thomas, of St. Mary's county, for many years President of the Maryland Senate, and a nephew of ex-Governor James Thomas. We have not ascertain