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More of Hunter's tyranny. Mr. J. W. Baughman, editor of the Frederick (Maryland) Citizen, has arrived in Richmond. Heout of Maryland, and into the Southern Confederacy, by General Hunter because his paper stated that the Yankee loss at the b also for its sympathy with the cause of the Confederacy. Hunter, Lincoln's brutal executioner, seized-upon the announcemeny to the United States Government. "By command-of Major-General Hunter, "Commanding Department. "John T. Yellot, "Major or his property, and was coolly informed by Pratt that General Hunter had forbidden the return of it, and had, moreover, insshould be flogged. Of course nobody can be surprised that Hunter should steal after turning traitor to his native State. Bis Yankee Provost Prait pocketed the money himself without Hunter's order. He belongs to the Thirty-fourth Massachusetts reand distress of Mr. Baughman, he was further informed that Hunter had taken possession of his home and property and ordered