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Maryland (under military supervision of course) resulted in the success of the emancipation candidates to the "Constitutional Convention." The following in the election returns is the only indication of a disturbance that we see: Frederick, April 6.--This district gives the Emancipation ticket and Convention 480 majority. The ballot box of the Jackson district was taken possession of by the Copperheads about 2 o'clock and totally destroyed. Detachments of Colonel Cole's cavalry, and of the 7th Maryland regiment, have gone to arrest the parties. Frederick, April 6, 11 P M--Frederick county will give about 2,000 majority for the Convention. The following telegram, dated St. Louis, 5th, is the latest from the Missouri elections: The aggregate vote is about 10,000, or about one third less than at the election last spring, when the Democrats ran two candidates. Mr. Flesh, a Conservative, was elected Mayor of Jefferson City, yesterday, by 25 majority over Wagner,