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n came into the depot at the regular hour, having on board Hon George William Brown, late Mayor of Baltimore; Col George P Kane, late Chief of Police of this city, and Dr. Charles Magill of Hagerstown. As soon as the distinguished gentlemen alightedand joy went up from the vast assemblage. Cheers upon cheers were given, with a hearty good will, for "Mayor Brown," "Marshal Kane" and "Dr. Magill," and it was with great difficulty that Col. Kane could be gotten to the carriage which was in waitinCol. Kane could be gotten to the carriage which was in waiting for him, so great was the rush of the e clied crowd, who seemed perfectly wild with joy. And the cheering did not cease until the carriages containing the late prisoners were fairly out of sight. A number of those present followed the vehicle. Teakle Wallis, a former member of the Legislature of Maryland from this city arrived in the train of Sunday morning. Col Kane and Mr. Brown have suffered an imprisonment of over seventeen months, Mr. Wallace upward of sixteen months and Dr. Magtil