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timore Exchange, of the 13th, in addition to what we have already published: Future Arrests under instructions from Gov. Hicks--Mr. S. H. Lyon and Mr. Shutt brought to Fort M'Henry. Editors of Exchange--Permit me to give you a report of the aized by Judge Spence, of Cambridge, and Judge Spence expressing his suspicious about his intentions, he received from Governor Hicks, now here, authority to have the parties arrested. They were consequently taken out of their beds by a squad of citement at the wharf was immense. There were repeated cheers for Jeff. Davis, and an altercation took place between Governor Hicks and Dr. Muse, who was very much excited. Mr. Ballard, a lawyer, tried his utmost to sue out a writ of habeas corpus.Jefferson Davis, and levying war against the United States," they were treated with every indignity, and on applying to Gov. Hicks to be treated with decency, and not as felons, received from him the answer that they were in the hands of the military