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Arrival of Marylanders.

--One hundred natives of Maryland arrived here yesterday, direct from Baltimore. Proceeding from that city to the Patuxent river, they encountered the steamer Planter lying at her wharf, and soon mastered the parties in charge of her, raised steam and set off across the Potomac, in the direction of the Virginia shore.--Running the vessel quite up to land, they disembarked and fired her, and set out for Richmond, reaching here without interruption. These refugees report a large number of others on the way here. It is probable that the most of them will enter the army.

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