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hildren's clothing and toys, and fore to pieces the last mementos of departed friends and relatives. In relation to the shelling of Frederick City, the Examiner remarks: Very little damage resulted from the fire to which we were exposed. One shell passed through the roof of the Presbyterian Church, one hit the residence of the guerilla Bradley Johnson, on the corner of Court and Second streets, and several falling in different parts of the town, none of which exploded. The Hagerstown Herald states that in addition to the sum of $20,000 demanded by the invaders, to be paid by the citizen the following articles had to be furnished: Coats, 243; pants, 203, drawers, 132; hose, 737; boots, 99; shoes, 123; hats, 830; shirts, 225; piece goods, 1,270½ yards; clothing, 70 pieces, assorted Amongst the sufferers whose stores were rifled were Messrs Knodle and Small, shoe dealers, and Messrs Rouskutp and Updergraff, dealers in hate. The losses by these gentlemen were conside