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. S. A. officers' uniforms — all under permission of Gen. Wool. Then the men rebelled. There were some veterans of the Peninsula there — men who had fought and bled for the Stars and Stripes--and they revolted against such traitorous aid and comfort to the enemy. They attacked certain carriages on Friday evening, owned by Saltire ladies, and filled with these contraband goods. They destroyed the goods, and damaged and turned back the carriages. In consequence of these proceedings Gen. Morris, commanding at Fort McHenry, has issued an order forbidding any carriage to come within the fort, and ordering a strict inspection of all articles brought by any parties to the rebel prisoners. The most energetic destroyers of contraband goods on Friday were men who had been prisoners at Richmond, and who realized the difference between the treatment of prisoners of war here and there. A second letter from Gen. Kearny. The friends of Gen. Kearny have published a second lett