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ome matters of interest — among them the following: Yesterday morning at daylight, the rebel cavalry — some of Mosby's fares — took Mr. Sherman from his house, near Drainesville, and securing him of giving information to the Federals, hung him.--It is thought that the Government will retaliate for the hanging of Detective Sherman by summarily executing Captain Powers and a civilian in the old Capitol prison, against whom evidence is said to be concessive of their being spies. Ex-Gov. Hicks, of Maryland, new here, states that a secret organization has been unearthed in one of the counties of that State, sworn to join the Confederacy at a favorable opportunity. Washington N. C. Reinforced — Escape of Foster from the place. The United States steamer Enost left Newbern on the 15th inst., and succeeded in passing the Confederate batteries on the river, and reaching Washington. She had on board the 5th Rhode Island regiment. On her refuse, on the 16th, Gen. Foster to