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ng those who were arrested. He did not remain long in the fort, however. So soon as they found that Johnston was not about crossing, and that the Legislature was destroyed, they released those members of that body who gave their parole not to fight against the Government. Major Brown, Teegle, Wallis, and others, however, are still in confinement Geo. Landing, of Worcester, is among them. J. U. D. is still working hard for the cause, his arrest having made him more zealous, if possible. Henry May has been released, but on what conditions has not yet been made public. It I understand the sentiments of the Southern men here and throughout the State, they are willing to leave everything in the hands of the Confederate Generals. They desire and pray to be relieved, but they have the cause of Southern independence at heart, and they are not selfish enough to wish the Confederate army to undertake anything for their benefit which would imperil that cause. Maryland, they know, will be