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ght Dragoons, Capt. Hinkle, from Anne Arundel county, reached the city and reported to Mayor Brown. They were received with three times three cheers. Yesterday morning the steamer Pioneer reached her wharf, having on board the Home Guard of Easton. They consist of one company of Infantry, under Col. H. J. Strandberg, and one company of Cavalry, under command of Col. Samuel Hambleton. In two hours after hearing of the conflict in Baltimore they chartered the steamer Pioneer and hastened o Lieut. Col. Thomas E. Stewart, son of Maj.Gen. Geo. H. Stewart, was yesterday accidentally shot at the armory of the Law Greys, in Metropolitan Hall. The accident occurred from the falling of a stack of muskets belonging to the Home Guard, of Easton, the ball from one of which penetrated his leg, just above the left ankle joint. It is feared that amputation will have to be resorted to. the Northern troops under Surveillance. Several volunteer companies of citizens and military wer