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ick. They are said to be under the command of Gen Fitzhugh Lee. The Confederates were entrenching themselves r to grant him a pass to Baltimore, as no one but General Lee had that power, to whom he referred him, giving hely started out to the rebel camp, where he found General Lee's headquarters on one side of the road and Generathe camp General O'Donnell approached the tent of General Lee, when he was met by Charles Marshall, formerly a lly acquainted. Marshall was acting as an aid of General Lee, and on General O'Donnell making known to him thas to secure a pass to Baltimore, he told him that General Lee was very busy and could not be seen, but that he ass required, and informed General O'Donnell that General Lee requested him to say that it afforded him great pcomplish their purpose. The presence of both Generals Lee and Jackson near Frederick would either indicatet day on parole. Before the men were sent off Gen. Lee made them aspect, advised them never to take up ar