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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

Our correspondent from Annapolis, whose letter published to day will startle the public...

Cecil Whig, December 17, 1864, p.1

Governor Bradford and son, accompanied by Adjutant General J.S. Barry...

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

The people of New York did well by the soldiers in aiding them to celebrate the day with the proper spirit and the customary observances.

Cecil Whig (Elkton), November 26, 1864, p.2

Private Samuel W. Downing, alias John W. Ball, Company H, 4th Maryland Infantry, was executed on Friday last...

Cecil Whig, September 24, 1864, p.2

The following ordinance has passed both branches of the city council:

Baltimore Sun, September 16, 1864, p.2

A vigorous effort is being made throughout the county to fill the quotas for the last call...

Cecil Whig (Elkton), August 13, 1864

We have received from Lieut. W. G. Purnell, of this Regiment, which is now before Petersburg, a list of casualties...

Cecil Whig (Elkton), July 23, 1864, p.2

The Returned Veterans - On Wednesday evening last we enjoyed one of the most pleasant episodes of the war...

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

Chas. V. Sepper and G. G. Walters, members of the 1st Md. (rebel) Infantry, were captured on the north side of the Potomac river near Harper's Ferry...

Valley Register (Middletown), June 24, 1864, p.2