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Confiscation in Baltimore.

Mr Editor It may not be uninteresting to the many friends of Mr.John. J. Chancellor to know that all of his tangible property in the city of Baltimore, consisting of a good library, valuable clothing, and magnificent household furniture, has been appropriated to the Lincoln Government under the confirmation act. Mr. Chancellor is a highly intelligent and true son of the South, and is now a refugee in this State having left Baltimore at the beginning of the war, preferring to give up all and flee to his mother State, rather than submit to the insults of Lincoln's myrmidons. A. Soldier.

Manassas Junction, Nov. 15, 1861.

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