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Doc. 74.-the capture of the French lady, July 8, 1861. Lieut. Thos. H. Carmichael, of the Middle District Police, and Mr. John Horner, of Baltimore, captured yesterday afternoon no less an important personage than Captain Thomas, of St. Mary's County, alias the French lady, whose exploit in seizing the steamer St. Nicholas a short time since, while in the Patuxent Piver, was so boastingly proclaimed by the Secession journals as a brilliant exploit. The particulars of the affair, as narrated by a passenger on board the steamer Mary Washington, were as follows: Lieutenant Carmichael, with Mr. Horner, left Baltimore on Sunday morning in a small sloop for Fair Haven, on Herring Bay, near the lower portion of Anne Arundel County, for the purpose of arresting a certain Neale Green, a noted barber doing business on Pratt street, near Frederick, who is charged with being a participant in the assault on the Massachusetts Regiment on the 19th of April, and with other offences. Owing to