Showing: June 2013 (see recent posts)
The long hoped for "deliverance"of "my Maryland," thought to be indicated by the movements of General Lee, has had the effect of developing in this city a vast deal of disloyalty which for months past has lain quite dormant....

Baltimore American, June 30, 1863.

The position of the rebel force in Pennsylvania and our state, is not, as far as we learn, changed in any essential particular. They have shown no disposition....

The Lutheran Observer, June 26, 2013, p. 2.

On last Friday week [sic] two detachments from the companies of Capt. Raisin and Robert Smith, numbering 92 men, fell into an ambuscade on the road between Berryville and Winchester....

Baltimore Weekly Sun, June 20, 1863, p. 2.

Orders for Southern CURRENCY PROMPTLY EXECUTED. We keep a supply on hand, and can execute orders promptly....

Baltimore Daily Gazette, June 4, 1863, p. 4.