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h a duty to humanity as a military necessity that the Confederates should march into Maryland. An accomplished corps of Dragoons. Speaking of Capt. Louis M. Strobel's company, the Houston (Texas) Telegraph says: The first company of Terry's regiment of Texas Rangers arrived in town on Wednesday night on their way to Virginia. Captain Strobel is a worthy officer. Though a native of South Carolina he was raised in Texas.--His education was military, and was received under the gallichmond papers of "astonishing feats" of Texas riders, who pick up a loaded pistol from the ground at full gallop and fire it off under the horse's neck. This is no uncommon thing in Texas, and we speak within reason when we promise that half of Terry's regiment will do it when they get to Richmond. Two-thirds of Strobel's company will ride into an ordinary cavalry regiment and dismount half their men without touching hand or weapon to them. These boys are all splendid shots, not a man but w