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and one other General. whose name they did not remember, and Gen. Skirs was reported to them as having lost a leg. The Baltimore Sun, of the 1st, says that Stuart had a small engagement with a company of a laware cavalry on Monday last, at Westminster, in Carroll county, 20 miles from Baltimore, Stuart killed some 15, captuStuart killed some 15, captured 50 odd, and dispersed the remainder. He then went to Picketown, very near to Baltimore, and his close proximity created the wildest alarm in the Yankee dynasty. The militia were called out, the streets barricaded, the sale of fire arms was prohibited except under license, the stores closed, and the citizens forbidden to leav. Persons of Southern feeling were warned that any demonstration of sympathy for their cause would be followed by the severest penalties. On the Sunday previous, Stuart was reported by the Sun to have been within six miles of Washington city, in Montgomery Co., where he captured 1,200 mules, come 100 prisoners, and some arms. Th