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The Reorted Mutiny in Washington.

--The report of the shooting of four hundred Federal soldiers, in Washington, noticed yesterday, was brought to this city in a letter to a distinguished Marylander, by a gentleman who managed to elude the vigilance of Lincoln's hirelings, and escape into Virginia.--The story goes that McClellan contemplated an advance movement a few days ago, when one regiment mutinied; that they were tried by drum-head court-martial, and the ringleaders shot, as above stated.

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