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in Baltimore. We have a copy of the order of Major General Schenck, issued after the burning of two barns, owned by two Federal enrolling officers, in Harford county, Md. It is as follows: Headq'rs Middle Department, Eighth Army Corps, Baltimore, July 27th, 1863. Two barns and other property situated in the Fourth Election District, Harford county, Md., belonging to, or occupied by, Levi Pennington and Joseph Perry and brother, loyal citizens of that district, having been burnt and destroyed by persons who resorted to that outrage as a means of preventing and deterring the proper official authorities from the enforcement of the enrollment act aimore, to be held in confinement until compliance with this order is enforced. Capt. Wm. L. Cannon, 1st Delaware cavalry, now on duty with his command in Harford county, is charged with giving the necessary notices, and generally with the execution of this order. The money thus obtained will be paid over, when collected, to