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and put under guard, and not allowed to leave the State--He was then taken by a mob before a magistrate. The magistrate held him for some time and finally sent for the Mayor know what he should do with him. Orders were given not to permit him to have a pass, but to let him remain until Monday, when, unless he took up arms, he should be put in irons.--In the meantime he managed to elude their vigilance, and secreted himself in the cars, where he remained until they left. When he arrived at Orange the mob at that station took him out and searched him, but found nothing suspicious upon him. He was again placed under guard, out again he eluded them while they were engaged in pursuing other cases, and finally got out of the town. By the following; which is also telegraphed from Washington, it is clear enough that "spies" are constantly "on the watch": A traveler from Richmond says there are a large number of troops from the Carolinas, Georgia, Alabama and Mississippi, and that