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It is highly desirable in these troublous times that no man whose loyalty is at all doubtful should hold any public position...

Cecil County Whig (Elkton), April 30, 1864, p.2

The Second Maryland Regiment - Complimentary Reception.

Baltimore Sun, April 14, 1864, p.1 

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

Mr. Editor: - It would be gratifying, indeed, if, when the present struggle is ended and law reigns supreme...      

Valley Register (Middletown), March 11, 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.

Not since the commencement of the rebellion has Baltimore given a more demonstrative and convincing proof of the loyalty of the masses of her population....
The Cecil Whig, August 2, 1862, p. 2.

Ignorant as we are of the plans of the Government in regard to our unhappy difficulties, we are not disposed to find fault with it for what seems to us to be unpardonable blindness....

The Annapolis Gazette, August 8, 1861, p.2.

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