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Taken Prisoner. Rev. Cyrus Waters, formerly pastor of Sherwood Episcopal Church, at Cockeysville, Baltimore county, Md., but more recently living in Windsor, N.C., was lately taken prisoner... 

Annapolis Gazette, February 25, 1864, p.1.

The Rev. Mr. M. Hinkle, Methodist Episcopal minister (pastor of a church in Baltimore county), was arrested by the government detectives last Saturday....
Valley Register (Middletown), January 29, 1864, p.2.

The old cattle show grounds is now a large military camp, called Camp Tyler, at which are some 1500 troops of different arms, stragglers from regiments, &c.  Mr. C.P. Holcombe, of "Mann's Hotel," had recently been appointed Sutler of the camp....

Baltimore County Advocate (Towsontown), September 12, 1863, p. 2.

CONTRACTS entered into to insure those subject to the Draft a release from it, and a release is guaranteed in all cases. Terms much less....

Baltimore County Advocate (Towsontown), August 15, 1863, p. 3.

SMITH BROS. & CO., No. 40 W Baltimore st., Baltimore, Md., Have not increased the price of their immense stock of CLOTHING, for MEN & BOYS' WEAR. Having bought at the old prices, we will not charge any extra "tariff"....

Baltimore County Advocate, May 30, 1863, p. 4.

Information has been received from Winchester, Va., of the death there, in the Confederate hospital, of Henry N. Gittings, of Baltimore County.  He joined the Confederate service....

Baltimore County Advocate, February 28, 1863, p. 2.

Volunteers for the army should not leave the city until supplied with Holloway's Pills and Ointment. For Sores, Scurvy, Wounds, Small Pox, Fevers, and Bowel Complaints.....

Baltimore County Advocate, January 10, 1863, p. 2.

Any man or woman who assumes to be an alien, being thus devilished by the virus of secession, should be dismissed from all public....

The Cecil Whig (Elkton), December 6, 1862, Front Page.

We have the extreme satisfaction of announcing to our readers, as one fact pertinent to a Thanksgiving day, the unconditional release of all the Maryland political prisoners....

The Baltimore County Advocate (Towsontown), November 29, 1862, p. 2.

We have not heard particularly, but do not suppose that half of the men drafted in this county have reported at Camp Bradford, either in person or by substitute.  A large number of the substitutes....

The Baltimore County Advocate, November 15, 1862, p. 2.

On Saturday last, Col. Cresswell received information that the office of Seth D. Venable, at Princess Anne, Commissioner for Somerset County, had been burglariously entered.....

The Baltimore County Advocate, November 8, 1862, p. 1.

From what we can learn, a large number of men drafted from this county, have left for parts unknown since....

The Baltimore County Advocate, October 25, 1862, p. 2.

We have endeavored to obtain as much information as possible with regard to drafted men, for the benefit of those.....

The Baltimore County Advocate, October 25, 1862, p. 2.

The Baltimore News Sheet office was taken possession of on Thursday evening the 14th inst., by the police and the editors sent to Fort McHenry....
The Baltimore County Advocate (Towsontown, MD), August 23, 1862, p. 2.

Mary McCuskey was arrested yesterday by officer Wilhelm, charged with shouting for Jeff. Davis.  She was held for the Marshal. Andrew Burns was yesterday taken into custody....

The Maryland News Sheet (Baltimore), August 9, 1862, p. 4.

After a lapse of nearly a year, the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad is again open throughout its whole length, together with all its branches....

The Baltimore County Advocate (Towsontown, MD), March 29, 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.

On Saturday the 21st instant, a serious affray occurred at Port Deposit, between citizens of that place and about eight or ten soldiers from the camps....

The Baltimore County Advocate (Towsontown), September 28, 1861, p.2.

Towsontown Surrounded and Taken!--No Lives Lost!--Saturday last was a day long to be remembered in Towsontown. While the people were quietly engaged in the usual vocations (a large proportion doing nothing)....

Baltimore County Advocate (Towsontown), June 8, 1861, p. 2.

John Merryman, Esq., of Baltimore county, President of the Maryland Agricultural Society, was arrested on Friday of last week, by order of the Government, and taken to Fort McHenry to await an investigation on a charge of Treason....

The Cecil Whig (Elkton), June 1, 1861, p. 2.