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n the Potomac. This gentleman came through from Baltimore, and was detained several days at Harper's Ferry and Charlestown, from which latter point he seceded in running the blockade, and made his wa and Jefferson counties to take the oath, or to be sent out of the enemy's lines. Whilst at Harper's Ferry he saw the oath administered to children not over fourteen years of age. At Charlestown theyould be required to take the oath or leave their homes. During the stay of our interment at Harper's Ferry, a number of ladies from Baltimore passed through that place who had been expelled from theiort Warren. With three small children she was forced from her home, and when she arrived at Harper's Ferry it was with great difficulty that she could obtain permission for her nurse to accompany herthe citizens of Loudoun and Jefferson were being arrested by the Yankee cavalry and taken to Harper's Ferry. Some days ago they visited Middleburg and arrested and carried off about sixty citizens, a