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n boat were opened upon the bark, carrying away her fore-topsail . The gun-boat is supposed to be the R. B. Forbed. [The firing remains unexplained]. An Eastern shake "home guard." The Denton (Md) Journal has the following: Col. James Wallace, of Cambridge, having been authorized by the War Department at Washington to have enrolled and mustered into the service of the United States, a regiment of infantry to act as a "Home Guard" on the Eastern Shore, has issued a call for volunrd" on the Eastern Shore, has issued a call for volunteers for that purpose. The enrollment has already commenced in this county, and we learn that quite a number in this place and vicinity have enlisted. We also learn that Capt. Comegye, of the "Hicks Guard," at Greensborough, with a considerable number of his company, will also enter the service. Col. Wallace has the written promise of the Secretary of War that the regiment shall not be called from the Shore to perform military service.