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for Fortress Monroe. Schouler, I, 77. In addition, on April 19, Col. S. C. Lawrence of the 5th M. V. M. was ordered to rgeneral of cavalry, who, on hearing of the occurrences of April 19 in Baltimore, set forth alone by rail, made his way from Hanson's 6th Regiment, p. 40; Brown's Baltimore and the 19th of April, p. 44. This gentleman has always maintained that if thto the Adjutant-General on the next day. On the same day (April 19) the 6th Mass. Infantry arrived at 9 P. M. Governor An6th Mass. was attacked in Baltimore, as has been said, on April 19. On that same day Messrs. John Edgar Thomson and Samuel letter to Governor Hicks, in Brown's Baltimore and the 19th of April, p. 62.) He suggested the Annapolis route to Governor Hs to point out that the steamer had on the preceding day (April 19) been retained for that precise purpose by the president battle. There was also an engagement at Camden, N. C., April 19, in which the 21st lost seven killed; one at Trenton Brid