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truggle, shot one of the marandors, wounding him severely.--The other two left the premises hurriedly, but soon returned strongly reinforced, and after capturing Mr. Crane, fired his barn, containing about 1,200 bushels of wheat, and his corn-crib with 200 barrels of corn. Mr. C. was taken first to Harper's Ferry, where he was cloed in the engine house of John Brown notoriety, and from thence sent to Baltimore for trial before Gen. Dia. After hearing the testimony, that officer, said, "Mr, Crane, I ought to hang you." "What for?" asked Mr. C. "Why, for not killing them all, if you could," was the General's reply, and Mr. Crane was released and sent home. d in the engine house of John Brown notoriety, and from thence sent to Baltimore for trial before Gen. Dia. After hearing the testimony, that officer, said, "Mr, Crane, I ought to hang you." "What for?" asked Mr. C. "Why, for not killing them all, if you could," was the General's reply, and Mr. Crane was released and sent home.