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Think of It.  We trust there is no loyal man in this county so blind to his own and his State's interests that he can be induced to stay away from the polls next Wednesday...

Cecil Whig (Elkton), April 2. 1864, p.2

The Hon. Thomas G. Pratt, ex-Governor of Maryland, who was recently sent to Fortress Monroe to be forwarded across the lines,  returned to this city yesterday....

Baltimore Daily Gazette, January 11, 1864, p. 2.

Great surprise and consternation were created in our community on Monday night and Tuesday morning last in consequence of the rude and summary arrest....

Annapolis Gazette, November 12, 1863, p. 2-3

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.

Ex-Governor Hicks, familiarly called the 'Old War Horse,' is a candidate for congress in the first district of Maryland, and his election is regarded as certain. He goes in unequivocally for emancipation....

Montgomery County Sentinel (Rockville), December 26, 1862, p. 3.

The members of the First Branch City Council held a meeting a few days since for the purpose of appointing a committee to wait upon Mr. Baker and learn his views in regard to their election....

The South (Baltimore), January 2, 1862, p. 3. 

We have been handed the following copy of a letter written by a gentleman of Harford county to a friend in Delaware soon after the late election.  It contains many truths....

The Southern Aegis (Bel Air), circa November/December 1861.

We wish every honest man in Harford county would call at the Clerk's office in the Court house and take a look at the bundle of county tickets....

Southern Aegis (Bel Air), December 9, 1861

It will be seen from the returns that we publish to-day that the Union Ticket in our county, has been elected....The very small majorities given for the successful candidates indicate that Secession is rampant in Anne Arundel.

The Annapolis Gazette, November 7, 1861, p. 2.