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on Sunday, the 21st of May, at the approach of the Pennsylvanians from Cockeyville, Brig.-Gen. Benjamin F. Butler, with a Massachusetts regiment, landed at Annapolis, whither he had proceeded by a sfrom Perryville to Locust Point, and thence by rail to Washington.
On the night of May 13th General Butler, with the major part of his command, entered Baltimore, seized Federal Hill, which commands militia.
These resolutions passed the Senate, ayes 11, nays 3; House, ayes 43, nays 12. General Butler replied to this defiance by seizing Baltimore the very night these resolutions passed.
He a greatest manufacturers of locomotive engines and railroad cars in the world—was arrested by General Butler at the Relay House on his way home.
Ross Winans was not only a man of great wealth, one of rce could decide questions of right.
It would be better to bring trespass quare clausum against Butler at the Relay for digging trenches and piling up earthworks, to sue out injunctions against illeg