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cts in his department — treatment of the Confederate wounded. A Baltimore correspondent of the New York Times, under the caption "Are we a Christian People?" has a long review of the official conduct of Major General Schenck, commanding the department of Maryland. He says: No one has denied or attempted to palliate his course in regard to John Glenn, who was arrested on the merest suspicion and sent South without even being allowed a servant to lead him. Although forced to go to City Point he refused to take the oath of allegiance to the South, claiming that he was a citizen of the United States, and was, consequently, sent back to the tender mercies of General Schenck, who has not yet decided what further cruelties are in store for him. The case of the causeless turning out of doors of Col. Waring and his family is familiar to all, and his recent exploit of arresting all the mourners quickly attending the burial of a Confederate officer, and marching them through the st