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of June, 1861, and imprisoned for eighteen months in the Northern bastiles of McHenry, Lafayette, and Warren. In December, 1862, he was released from Fort Warren, and allowed to return to his home, only, it would seem, to be rearrested on an indictment for treason. In May last this indictment was quashed by the Government, with the view of reindicting him with more distinct specifications.--Finding that he was to have on peace in his down trodden city, he left it and made his way to Canada. Some time during the month of January, in company with three Confederate officers who had escaped from Johnson's Island, he sailed from Halifax, Nova Scotia, for Bermuda, from which latter point he made his way into a Confederate port. The names of the officers who left Halifax with him are Major Winslow, of North Carolina, and Capts. Johnson and Davis, of Virginia. Few men have been more persistently persecuted because of their attachment to the South and her institutions than Marshal Kane.
--Rodes crossed the Potomac on the 15th and 16th at Williamsport. Johnson crossed the river on the 18th at Shepherdstown. Early did not crountil two day's inter, owing to high water. On the 20th Rodes and Johnson moved through Hagerstown to Greencastle, and Early crossed the riv the achievements of each department of the army. Rodes's and Johnson's divisions of Ewell's corps marched on the same road to Shippensbce notified, and the corps immediately took up the line of march. Johnson, who had encamped two or three miles from Carlisle, moved back, ace time ordered to move towards the town direct from Heidiersburg. Johnson had encamped the night before at near Scotland, and would have madhat evening, but to wait until next morning to renew the fight. Gen. Johnson's division and the reserve artillery had gotten up just after Geextending into it along the Fairfield road, near to Early's right; Johnson, having crossed the creek before mentioned, on the line of the Yor