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f the most vigorous character, and another bill to protect two provost marshals appointed by the military commander in Baltimore in June last against what is called "vexations litigation."--viz: suits brought by citizens against said marshals for gross outrages of private rights. These measures will no doubt be passed by a body so ready to do the bidding of Lincoln. Affairs on the Eastern Shore. The Regimental Flag, published at Camp Wilkes, at Drummondtown, Virginia, and dated February 13th, gives a summary of affairs on the Eastern Shore. We make the following extracts: Gave in their Adhesion. Captain Le Cato, who had charge of their troops at Camp Johnson, near Pungoteague, before the arrival of our troops, and who then left and went over to Richmond, has got sick of it, and on Sunday night deserted them, run their blockade at Richmond, crossed the bay in an open boat, and early on Monday morning presented himself at General Lockwood's headquarters and took the o
. Before surrendering the rebels threw most of their late mails into the river. Col. Markland, postal director, however, succeeded in seizing a number of mail bags and some outside letters, supposed to contain important information. Captain Dixon, the rebel Chief of Artillery, and the engineer who constructed the fortifications, was killed in the bombardment on Friday in one of his own batteries. The following is a special dispatch to the Chicago Tribune: Fort Donelson, Feb. 13.--Two more regiments were captured to-day to the east of the entrenchments. A number of rebel troops have come in and delivered themselves up. About 12,000 stand of small arms have been taken. Many of the rebel troops destroyed their arms, and large numbers were thrown into the river. Twelve hundred boxes of beef and a large amount of provisions have also been found. All of to-day has been occupied in embarking the prisoners, gathering up the stores and munitions, an