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and guerrillaism, have no right to vote. The Confederates have resumed their depredations on the Chesapeake and Ohio canal, and have almost entirely checked navigation. Four beats were destroyed between Edwards's ferry and the Monocracy last week. The English blockade-running steamer But was captured on the 10th off Wilmington and sent to Boston. She received one shot, which killed one of her crew. It was her first trip. H. H. Dodd, the leader of the "Sons of Liberty" in Indiana, has been recaptured. The soldiers' vote (Dutch, Irish and Yankees) has decided in favor of the Free State Constitution for Maryland. The majority was about five hundred. The candidates for the seat in the United States Supreme Court once filled by Judge Taney are Salmon P. Chase, of Ohio; Edwin M. Stanton, of Pennsylvania; William M. Evarts, of New York, and, Reverdy Johnson, of Maryland--Lincoln, it is said, being pretty equally balanced between the two last-named gentlemen.