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ohn Fahey, both Baltimorean, A letter from Baltimore, in the Philadelphia Inquirer says: When the detectives hailed them they threw over a large number of packages, &c; two or three of them did not sink and were secured. They proved to be the most important of the lot, as they contained about one thousand letters, a considerable amount of gold, Confederate bonds, United States money, &c. All these were taken to Col Woolley's office, and yesterday the Colonel, assisted by several of Gen Wallace's staff officers, made a thorough inspection of the letters Several of them were of most important character to the Government. Many of them relate only to family affairs, while not a few are of a more affectionate character, termed. "love letters." About five hundred of the letters are addressed to persons in this city, many of whom are the most prominent merchants, etc.; some three hundred are addressed to persons in various counties of the State. Frederick city and Frederick co