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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing) 1 1 Browse Search
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pany informing them that they would pass no more troops to Washington that should reach the city by that route. A dispatch was received from Mr. Felton, President of the Philadelphia road, in response to the recommendation from here, saying that he would send no more troops over his road at present, and requesting the officers in this city to confer with proper parties on the subject. The order to the military.Division orders.first Light Division, Md. Volunteers, Baltimore, 19th April, 1881. In obedience to the order of his Excellency Governor Hicks the first Light Division will parade forth with in North Calvert street, provided with ball cartridge, to suppress the insurrection and riot going on in the streets of this city, and to preserve good order and quiet. By order of Maj. Gen. Streuart. James H. Steuart, Acting Aid. Incidents of the battle. While the cars, containing the troops, were standing at the President street depol, a clerk from the custom-