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isguised as an oysterman, he ran into Annapolis and anchored under Fort Seveni. At daylight got under way and stood over to Chester river. Here a terrific gale threw his little craft high upon Eastern Neck Island. He then, in disguise, boarded the steamer Arrow, got the papers and saw the account of the Colonel's arrest; then placed the main body of his men under the charge of Lieutenant Blackiston, with orders to him to make the best of his way to Virginia, across the Bay and through Calvert county; which Blackiston succeeded nobly in doing. Alexander then, with his brother-in-law and two men, started for Accomac, down the Eastern Shore of Maryland. Everything went on swimmingly until his arrival at Cumbridge, where, one of the party being recognized by Judge Spence, and he being a relative, Monteith-like, proved a traitor and informed on them. In a short time Governor Hicks ordered out the Dorchester Guards; the hotel was surrounded, and they were taken in custody, dragged to t