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with them for the Confederate lines. During the progress of our army this time through Maryland, large accessions have been made to the organizations in it from that State. The 1st Maryland Cavalry Battalion, that crossed the Potomac with about 400 men, now has nearly fourteen companies. In Fort McHenry the Yankees hold Serg't Harry Brogden, of Md, of the C. S. Signal Corps, up the suspicion that he is a prominent officer and conceals his rank. He is kept in close confinement in a cell. The chief ground of their suspicion seems to be that he had on "good clothes" when captured. Wm. Purnoll and John Maignadier, of co. K, 1st Virginia cavalry, are held at the fort as spies. The first is a cousin of the commander of "Purnoll's Legion" of Federal cavalry, raised in Maryland. Lieut. Norvell, of Lynchburg, who was reported killed in the engagement near Winchester, was not wounded. He was taken prisoner and carried to Fort McHenry, from whence he was sent to Fort Delaware.