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Maryland Legislature. --The Maryland State Senate, Saturday, adopted the report of the joint committee in regard to the adjournment of the Legislature. The report recommends an adjournment on Monday, and the Legislature to meet at Frederick on the first Tuesday in June. In the House, a resolution naming the delegates from Baltimore city, and declaring that they were duly elected members of the present House of Delegates, etc., and that they were entitled to seats, was passed; ayes 32, the Baltimore delegation not voting. Nays 7.
nited States forces, and a of alarm and apprehension were by them. He says the city of Baltimore and State of Maryland are furnishing quantities of arms and provisions. They have a military road open, leading directly through Maryland to Baltimore city, south it several wagon roads of supplies passed him at different points. He saw and conversed with a gentleman, who said he was , and who is furnishing the rebel troops with bread. The Government will undoubtedly soon put stop to the furnishing of supplies, and also set off the military road leading to Baltimore city. The Government has its eye upon several pardons city who are suspected of furnishing important information to the Southern rebels at Montgomery. The parties suspected are fond in their protestations of oy to the Union and take every occasion to the South in most unmeasured terms. dispatch says: There are plenty of spies in the very midst of the Federal troops here and elsewhere, but their be