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bout 10 A. M., according to Captain Follansbee, but according to Mayor Brown of that city, at 11 A. M. Hanson's 6th Regiment, p. 40; BrownBrown's Baltimore and the 19th of April, p. 44. This gentleman has always maintained that if the regiment had marched in a body through the city—wuble-quick; pistol shots were fired, and one soldier fell dead. Mayor Brown arrived on the scene, asked Captain Follansbee to discontinue thore is that entitled Baltimore and the 19th of April, 1861, by George Wm. Brown, chief judge of the supreme bench of Baltimore and mayor of tharsay. A modest and manly letter from Captain Dike may be found in Brown, p. 53, and one from Captain Follansbee in Hanson's 6th Mass., p. 4timore and not through it. (Lincoln's letter to Governor Hicks, in Brown's Baltimore and the 19th of April, p. 62.) He suggested the Annapolis route to Governor Hicks personally on April 21. (Brown, p. 72.) and brought also a despatch from Adjutant-General Thomas to General Patte<