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Over 3000 paroled Union prisoners have arrived at Annapolis since the 14th inst....

Valley Register (Middletown) December 23, 1864, p.2

In the commencement of the present election campaign circumstances indicated that there was going to be a division in the ranks....

Annapolis Gazette, October 22, 1863, p. 2.

A colored man named Richard Neal, was arrested in Philadelphia on Wednesday last, by Mr. John Lamb, of this city, who left here a few days ago, with a requisition from Governor Lowe upon the Governor of Pennsylvania....

Planter's Advocate, and Southern Maryland Advertiser (Upper Marlboro'), February 2, 1863, p. 2.

Rev. W.E Boardman, who volunteered to visit the hopitals about Annapolis and Baltimore, to minister to the sick and wounded soldiers from Pennsylvania, has written the following letter....

Baltimore Weekly Sun, July 19, 1862, p. 2.

A few days since we had occasion to visit the Ancient Capital, the first time we have passed over the road since the country put on the trappings of war. At the depot there were soldiers, in the cars soldiers, soldiers everywhere. As we steam out of Baltimore....

The Baltimore County Advocate (Towsontown), November 30, 1861, p. 2.

In these troublesome times it is difficult to impart the correct information of the many and momentous events transpiring in our midst....

The Annapolis Gazette, April 25, 1861, p.2.
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