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from Key West, and are going ashore was taken into custody by the U. S. Marshal and carried to Fort Lafayette, for a summer vacation, at least. From the upper Potomac. Montgomery County, Md., Aug. 31 --Advices from Martinsburg to-day, state that the Hon. Edmund J. Pendleton, of Berkeley co. Va., has been captured by the Confederates Mr. Pendleton was one of the most prominent Union men in that county. Everything is reported quiet along the Potomac, between the mouths of the Seneca and Monocracy rivers, this morning. The Skirmish at Summerville, Va. The Cleveland Plain dealer States that Col. Tylor's Seventh Regiment of Ohio at two skirmishes with the Confederates at CrosLane. The first was on the 21st, in which only fourteen men were engaged. The second was on the 26th, when 15 were killed and 49 were wounded. Of the first affair the Plain dealer says: Fourteen men from company K, (National Guard,) Seventh Regiment, under Captain Shutt, were engaged o