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IMPORTANT IF TRUE - A party of refugees, just arrived, bring late intelligence from Richmond.

Annapolis Gazette, April 14, 1864, p.2

Oh ye dandies, curled and scented, / Who parade the sunny street; / Oh ye cowards, well contented / So no enemy you meet; /....

Annapolis Gazette, December 31, 1863, p. 1.

We learn that a company of negro soldiers is stationed at Queenstown, for the purpose of recruiting....

Annapolis Gazette, December 17, 1863, p. 3.

Through the connivance and treachery of the Copperhead Democracy of Ohio, the notorious horse thief, gambler, and rebel Major John Morgan....

Annapolis Gazette, December 3, 1863, p. 3.

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.

Judge Bond, of Baltimore City has addressed a remarkable letter to Secretary Stanton, in relation to the enlistment of persons of color within the limits of States which are exempted from the operation of the President's proclamation....

The Annapolis Gazette, September 9, 1863, Front Page.

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.

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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If we may believe the leaders of the Secessionist conspiracy in Maryland, there are no secessionists in our State. Inasmuch as the secession of the State is a sheer impossibility....

The Annapolis Gazette, July 11, 1861, p. 2.

The extraordinary condition of affairs in Maryland has induced me to exercise the constitutional perogative vested in the Governor to summon the legislature in extra session....

The Annapolis Gazette, May 2, 1861, p.2.
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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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