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Information has been received from Winchester, Va., of the death there, in the Confederate hospital, of Henry N. Gittings, of Baltimore County.  He joined the Confederate service....

Baltimore County Advocate, February 28, 1863, p. 2.

There are a great many good people who think they see in the abounding corruption of society and our national calamities unmistakable signs of the approaching end....

The Lutheran Observer (Baltimore), February 13, 1863, p. 2.

A colored man named Richard Neal, was arrested in Philadelphia on Wednesday last, by Mr. John Lamb, of this city, who left here a few days ago, with a requisition from Governor Lowe upon the Governor of Pennsylvania....

Planter's Advocate, and Southern Maryland Advertiser (Upper Marlboro'), February 2, 1863, p. 2.