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n) of the Confederate troops into Maryland. The party consisted of about 150 men, of the 1st Maryland cavalry, under Captain Davis, formerly of Baltimore. The day was wet and rainy. The letter says: About 25 of the rebel raiders dashed into fast walking, but the threatening language and ugly looking weapons of the party soon brought him to a stand-still. Captain Davis came up, when Dr. Walker informed him he was a surgeon. Davis then said, "That's all right; consider yourself paroleDavis then said, "That's all right; consider yourself paroled," and rode off. Thus the evening wore away till about 9 o'clock, when the party left the city and returned to the reserved posted on the hill outside. Before leaving, the rebels visited many of the stores, and bought liquor, cigars, and sometizens watching the doings of the Some of the citizens were very cable to them, and invited them to of refreshments, Capt. Davis, the , and was a gallant man among the ladies. During this time others of the party were hunting up horses belon