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to Fort Monroe with the New York regiment, a comfortable rendezvous for soldiers. A Baltimore regiment has tendered his services to the Government. Governor Hicks, of Maryland, has just had an interview with the President, and it is said that he conveyed assurances of support from that State. Gen. Lane, the new Sen Government on the State of Maryland for four regiments of military, received some show of plausibility from an announcement in the National Intelligencer that Gov Hicks had responded affirmatively to the requisition. The facts are, as we stated yesterday morning, that Gov. Hicks has as yet taken no final action on the subject, anGov. Hicks has as yet taken no final action on the subject, and probably will not for some days to come. If the military are called out in Maryland, it will be under the written pledge of the Government at Washington, that they are to be held for the special preservation of the peace and quiet of the State of Maryland, and are not in any event to be employed beyond its borders, except in de
Gen. Hicks. The Washington States, in reference to the favorable response of this infamous traitor to the call for troops against the South, says that he is recognized in Washington as a Black Republican, his name being published as one of the Vice-Presidents of a Republican meeting hold in Washington, on Tuesday night. Will Maryland, can also, permit this false-hearted recreate to carry out his traitorous purpose?. Are there no true men in Maryland? We believe there are, and that they will board the lion in his den.