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Maryland refugees Enlisting.

--The refugees from Maryland, residing in Richmond, are responding with commendable alacrity to the appeals made to them to aid in ridding their State from the bondage of Lincolnism. Since the First Maryland regiment was disbanded, for the purpose of a more thorough and complete organization, recruiting for the Maryland Line has been actively and success fully prosecuted by officers of that regiment, and a number of companies have been raised. In addition to the companies already in camp, and ready to march, a number are now in, process of formation here, whose ranks are being rapidly filled up. We understand that during this week from four to six hundred will leave under the command of the brave Gen. Stuart, to join the victorious cohorts of Stonewall Jackson in their march through Maryland. Many more will soon follow them.

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