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and the South. The intelligence of the arrival of reinforcements from the South for Norfolk and Virginia was much spoken of, and appeared to give great satisfaction. At the several volunteer armories the enrollment was pushed with the usual vigor, and the volunteers seemed anxious to perfect themselves in the drill as rapidly as possible. Additions were received to the company from Frederick, and the company is now large and efficient. More field pieces. On Tuesday afternoon Lieut. Maloney, with a squad of twenty men, went to Carrol county, at a point near the Pennsylvania line, in search of some cannon said to be there. He succeeded in finding two pieces, besides some fifty rifles, which were taken possession of. --Some of the people in the neighborhood at once volunteered to bring the cannon to the city, and reached here with them at a late hour on Wednesday night. They were deposited in Holliday street, near the office of the Marshal of Police, and will be immediately