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Annapolis, Md., April 28.--“To give you an example of the punishment traitors receive, we can see from where I am writing, about two miles from shore, on the yard-arm of the U. S. Brig Caledonia, two men hanging--one for smuggling provisions and powder to the rebels at Charleston, the other for piloting the Seventh Regiment on the Chesapeake bar, with the intention that the Baltimoreans might get possession of Annapolis before the Seventh could land.” --Ex. from a Letter, date Annapolis, in N. Y. Sunday Atlas, May 5.

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