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Maryland Refugees. --A number of Baltimorean have recently arrived in this city by is very circuitous and dangerous route, occupying two weeks in the accomplishment of the journey. They had been marked by the Federals as men who sympathized with the Southern movement, and but for their timely escape would doubtless have been arrested are this. The party consists of John F. C. Offutt. J. Pierson Wight, S. D. Fletcher, Capt. Timothy Webster. Wm. Cooper, James Cooper, Anthony P. Ross, Joseph Lowenbach, Lewis Lowubach, Lew is Smith, Capt. Joseph Scott, and James Ford. Two of the number, Messrs. Offait and Fletcher, belonged to Marshal Kane's police, every member of which is regarded with suspicion by Lincoln's Government Several of the party have families in Baltimore.
for the winter. Food for the horses and mules (of which there are 80,000 attached to the Federal army) is not abundant, and it is difficult to keep up the requisite supply for such a vast number of animals. Hay is the great desideratum, and How brings from $1 to $1,25 per hundred pounds. The militia of the District of Columbia, in view of the times, is beginning to show itself on parade. Under the law requiring it, the parades of the 39 and 4th regiments were held by Cols Bright and Smith on the 17th inst., on their respective regimental grounds and marched to the eastern Capitol Grounds, forming the 2d brigade, under command of Brig. Gen. Hickey by whom it was reviewed. The 1st regiment of the District militia also has orders to parade on the 11th of November. Its chief officers are Col. Bacon and Lt. Col. English Latterly, instruction of officers of different regiments has taken place at the Columbian Armory, under Brigade Major and Inspector Mares. Our best resident citi