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if they expect to hold the Capitol in any event, they are laboring under a gross delusion. As I came up the Avenue this morning, I overheard two workmen talking, one of whom said that a million of men can be concentrated on the South in less than three weeks, and, if the South does not accept the terms offered by the North, this army of a million of unemployed workmen will be precipitated upon Virginia and Maryland. I give this merely to show the feeling among the lower classes. Gov. Hicks is working up to a sense of the existing dangers. He will this week issue a proclamation for a special meeting of the Maryland Legislature. Geo. Sanders, formerly Consul to Liverpool, proposes that if the two sections can't come to terms, and the Crisis Committee break up, (of which there is little prospect, as I hear, this morning,) then let Congress authorize the Southern States to go out if they choose, taking with them all the forts and arsenals belonging to the United States, an