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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.

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.

Our town is at present one vast hospital.  About 1200 wounded, including some Rebels, of Sunday's battle, have been brought here, and all the churches, lecture rooms, school rooms, and many rooms of private houses....

The Valley Register (Middletown) September 19, 1862, Front Page.

Rev. W.E Boardman, who volunteered to visit the hopitals about Annapolis and Baltimore, to minister to the sick and wounded soldiers from Pennsylvania, has written the following letter....

Baltimore Weekly Sun, July 19, 1862, p. 2.

The rebel ladies of Elkton are offering gingerbread and cider as an inducement to Union beaux. It won't do, ladies, Rebeldom is a dreary old place to inhabit. 'Tis getting very uncomfortable, no doubt, out there in the cold; but ginger cakes and hard cider won't purchase redemption....

The Cecil Whig (Elkton), February 1, 1862, p.2.

On Saturday evening a corporal's guard, belonging to the fifth Maryland regiment, Colonel Schley, came to the city in search of deserters from camp. They entered a low groggery on Pratt Street....

The Maryland News Sheet, January 20, 1862, Front Page.

On Sabbath morning last, the Rev. Mr. Mitchell, pastor of the Episcopal Church of Elkton, was arrested by Capt. Ricketts....
The Cecil Whig (Elkton), November 16, 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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