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The military authorities in Baltimore, it appears, have already commenced to put into practice the illegal suggestions of Judge Bond.  The Steamer Cecil, under military employ and in charge of a Massachusetts officer, has made two excursions to Chester River....

Baltimore Daily Gazette, September 21, 1863, Front Page.

The old cattle show grounds is now a large military camp, called Camp Tyler, at which are some 1500 troops of different arms, stragglers from regiments, &c.  Mr. C.P. Holcombe, of "Mann's Hotel," had recently been appointed Sutler of the camp....

Baltimore County Advocate (Towsontown), September 12, 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.