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Row in Baltimore — Explanation of the cause--Gen'l Wool Too Lenient to the rebels. The Baltimore , and evidence was taken by them implicating Gen. Wool, as far as saving shown favor to the Secessimolested. The arrests were made by order of Gen. Wool. The military force present belonged to the these assembled from the window, denouncing Gen. Wool in the strongest terms. The arrested parby the friends of the prisoners, and when at Gen. Wool a headquarters, on Holliday street, the crowreach of the peace, however, to notice. Gen. Wool, occompanied by a portion of his staff, visillowing remarks upon the transaction: Gen. Wool's action in regard to the arrests made has, and at the proper time. In the meantime, Major-Gen. Wool, as commandant of the Midule Department, rg Pa. made the charge of "lenlency" against Gen. Wool, and was immediately arrested and carried toe course of convercation we freely stated to Gen. Wool such of the complaints made against his admi[4 more...]