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Some apprehension is felt for the safety of Capt. cavalry company, which, at the time Strasburg was taken, was in the lower Valley on picket service. Capt, Baylor himself was captured by the Yankee cavalry on Friday, between Charlestown and Harper's Ferry. His son, Lieut, Baylor, that morning (in command of the company) maBaylor, that morning (in command of the company) made a dash upon and captured the Bolivar Heights; and then started down to visit the company, and at the road was met and captured by a squad of Yankee cavalry that had been out on a plundering expedition, and making their way towards Shepherdvilles. The company, learning of the capture of their Captain, evacuated the Bolivar Heights, and pushed after the enemy; and although succeeding in capturing five of the Yankees and some steamer eight horses, they were unable to secure Capt, Baylor, who is still a prisoner. Capt. R. has not had the command of his company since April last, at which time he was severely wounded in a skirmish near McCabeysville, in