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York Artillery, who were acting as cannonries at Forts McHenry, Marshall, and Federal Hill. The tobacco used in the barricades was all seized from persons of supposed Southern sympathy. The new fortifications were chiefly in the Northwestern and Northeastern parts of the city. A week ago not a gun had been mounted in them. All the negroes in the city had been taken out and put to work throwing up dirt. On the 22d ult. great excitement was produced by the escape of Marshal Kane and Wm. Getzel, who had been arrested on the charge of being engaged in raising a secret organization for the benefit of the Confederacy. They had been paroled with the liberty of the city. After their escape was known, the Yankee authorities at Baltimore sent out cavalry patrols in all directions, but did not succeed in finding them. They are said now to be with Gen. Ewell's corps. It was believed in Baltimore that a large number of young men left with them for the Confederate lines. During the