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le then ran in every direction in search of arms, but the armories of the military companies of the city were closely guarded and noue could be obtained. The firing continued from Frederick street to South street in quick succession, but how many fell cannot now be ascertained. Among those wounded was a young man named Francis X. Ward, who resides at corner of Baltimore and Aisquith streets. He was shot in the groin, but the wound is not thought to be mortal. A young man named James Clark, formerly connected with No. 1 Hock and Ladder Company, was shot through the head, and instantly killed. James Myers, residing on Fayette street, was shot in the right side of the back, near the spine, and the ball, a Minnie, passed through him, and lodged amongst the false ribs. He was mortally wounded. John McCann, of No. 2 North Bond street, was mortally wounded. A man named Flannery, residing on Federick street, near Pratt, wasmortally wounded, and died shortly after.