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nfuriated vixens by taking refuge in a grocery near by, and the mob dispersed without committing further outrages. The Albany Argus has the following: Forney's Washington Chronicle, in referring to the approaching election in Maryland, says: "In truth, the loyalists of Baltimore will not permit doubtful men to appear apate that the coming election will show that in that State a number of avowed Republicans have been chosen to office"--Through the Chronicle and through the Press Forney is constantly throwing out instigations to violence and threats against the people.--There is reason to think that he speaks for the Administration, or rather for about an hour, when the rebels withdrew. The casualties have not been reported. Miscellaneous. The Washingtonian are getting very shaky in the knees. Forney, in contradicting a number of false rumors, says: Another rumor is that our pickets have been driven in at Falmouth. Ridiculous! To drive in our pickets th