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Incorrect. --The report, which was circulated on the streets yesterday, that R. D'Orsay Ogden had been recaptured was incorrect. Nothing has been heard from him since his escape from the Fredericksburg train on Sunday evening, and in all probability he has already succeeded in crossing the lines.
rrested on the Fredericksburg cars last Sunday, and committed to Castle Thunder on the charge of aiding and abetting R. D'Orsay Ogden to escape from the Confederacy, had a hearing before a Confederate Commissioner yesterday, and was sent on for furthill, the proprietress of the Theatre, going his security. Mr. Hillyard denies that he was accessory to the escape of Ogden to the North. On the morning of his departure, he says that he had been imbibing a little too freely, and being in the nsequently he withdrew to the servants' car for the purpose of indulging in a smoke, when, for the first time, he met with Ogden. Hillyard also emphatically denies that Ogden had ever told him a word about his contemplated exit from the Confederacy.Ogden had ever told him a word about his contemplated exit from the Confederacy. As a part of the evidence before the Commissioner yesterday, it was shown that Hillyard's family, who resides here, had never received the slightest intimation from him that he designed leaving the city, and no provision, such as would be necessar