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The Daily Dispatch: October 30, 1861., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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Maryland Refugees. --A number of Baltimorean have recently arrived in this city by is very circuitous and dangerous route, occupying two weeks in the accomplishment of the journey. They had been marked by the Federals as men who sympathized with the Southern movement, and but for their timely escape would doubtless have been arrested are this. The party consists of John F. C. Offutt. J. Pierson Wight, S. D. Fletcher, Capt. Timothy Webster. Wm. Cooper, James Cooper, Anthony P. Ross, Joseph Lowenbach, Lewis Lowubach, Lew is Smith, Capt. Joseph Scott, and James Ford. Two of the number, Messrs. Offait and Fletcher, belonged to Marshal Kane's police, every member of which is regarded with suspicion by Lincoln's Government Several of the party have families in Baltimore.