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stened on to Baltimore. They report the citizens of the Eastern Shore as a unit in defence of the South. The Howard Dragoons, Capt. Gaither, from Howard county, reached the city yesterday afternoon, and reported at headquarters. Confederate States flag Displayed. At an early hour of the morning the flag of the Confederate States, having eight stars in the blue field--one for Virginia — was thrown to the breeze from the Headquarters of the Southern volunteers, on Fayette near Calvert, and was hailed with loud acclaims by the multitude present. The Colonial flag of Maryland was also displayed at the same time. Change of sentiment. One notable indication of the change in popular sentiment which had been effected by the startling incidents of a few hours, was the disappearance of the "Stare and Stripes " from public exhibition in the city. During the day the Minute Men of '60 hauled in the large National flag which had waved so prominently since the President's