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A number of negroes from this county are also employed by the government.  It is true, we will be told that the government does not know them as runaways....

 Montgomery County Sentinel (Rockville), September 6, 1861, p. 3.   

The Mail says that the Legislature of Maryland has given full warning that not a cent of the Government tax shall be paid by her people. This is the first act of rebellion ....

The Valley Register (Middletown), August 23, 1861, p 2.

We published yesterday, as a current report, that a government agent was in this city buying up all the old schooners, oyster boats, and small vessels....

The Daily Exchange (Baltimore), August 15, 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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