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own, but I at once advanced to the attack, only to discover, however, that they were friends — a portion of the 12th Illinois cavalry who had become separated from the command of Lieut. Col. Davis, of the same regiment. At 10 A. M., on the 7th, I found safety and rest under our own brave flag within our lines at Gloucester Point. Respectfully submitted. J. Kilpatrick. Col. Comd's 1st Brig., 3d Div. Cav. Corps. Arrest of a Lady in Baltimore Miss Fanny C. James, daughter of Mr. John James, whose wife was recently sent South upon the charge of disloyalty, was arrested at her father's residence, in Baltimore, last week, upon the charge of giving aid and comfort to the enemy. Her case was investigated by Gen. Schenck, who committed her to Baltimore jail, in order that she may be tried by the civil authorities under the treason act of Maryland. It seemed that she has been cor- responding with the South, and the following is the copy of a letter: Richmond, Va.,