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uncing that he will accept which shall report within . In the course of this call he traitors are searching upon personal Capital to tear down the flag which Washington planted upon its dome, for eighty-five years, has waved to the cattle and the breeze — the emblem of our national sovereignty and the proud ensign of our natio proper source to-day warrants a positive contradiction. It is certain no such information has reached the headquarters of the army. Another dispatch from Washington, of the same date, says: The Navy Department has had the Maryland shore of the lower Potomac carefully examined. The expedition was under the direction of with a pocket in its skirt, containing a number of letters and a large quantity of Confederate States money. They were committed to jail, to await orders from Washington. Seizure of Newspapers. The following is a special dispatch to the Baltimore Exchange: Philadelphia, Aug. 23.--I learn that the United States Mars
ssed through. Many of the men who passed through yesterday were without arms or uniforms, but it is understood they will be supplied with both upon arriving at the seat of war. A battery of twelve pieces of cannon, of heavy cailibre and mounted, arrived at the President street depot yesterday morning, direct from Watertown arsenal. The same train carried a number of gun-carriages, ammunition wagons, caissons, shot, shell and other war munitions in abundance. All were dispatched to Washington. Yesterday afternoon a long train of stock cars, containing about 350 horses, was at the Camden depot, awaiting transportation to Washington. Late last evening the Cameron Light Dragoons, of Pennsylvania, numbering about 900 men, arrived at the Philadelphia depot, and passed through to the capital. Detachments of troops continue to pass through in the night trains on both the Philadelphia and Harrisburg roads. A Fat Fee. The Boonsboro' (Md.) Odd Fellow says: Major