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Outrage in Baltimore county. --On Wednesday last, a train of cars conveying a regiment of U.S. troops from Baltimore en route to Hagerstown, Md., passed up the Northern Central Railroad. The train laid over at Monkton to allow another to pass, and the soldiers took advantage of the opportunity to commit several outrages in the village. They entered the store and tavern of Mr. Samuel Miller, and took all the liquor and bottles in his bar. From the store they took eggs and other provisions, a case of hats, medicines, &c. and all the change in the drawer. They visited almost every house near the station, and took all they could lay their hands on in the way of edibles. The lieutenants and captains were appealed to, but without effect, but the Colonel finally drove the men into the cars, and the train started. Mr. Miller lost property to the value of $75. From what we can learn from the papers, the troops must have been Col. Dare's Regiment, recently stationed at Perryville, Ce