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Mobile, Sept. 13.--A special despatch to the Advertiser and Register, dated Charleston, September eleventh, says:

It is reported that the people of Baltimore have risen en masse and cleared the city of the Yankee troops, hung the Provost-Marshal, Van Nostrand, and his deputy, McPhailes, and captured a large fort erected on Federal Hill by the Yankees for the destruction of the city in the event of a successful revolt.

Stuart's cavalry are spreading consternation among the enemy in Maryland.

The foregoing report is fully credited in Richmond.--Grenada Appeal, September 13.

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