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Doc. 56.-the Bridge burning. Letter of Gov. Hicks in reply to Mayor Brown. To the People ofhal George P. Kane called at my house, where Gov. Hicks was passing the night, and Marshal Kane infod myself, went immediately to the chamber of Gov. Hicks and laid the matter before him. The point waernor Hicks, and asked him for his consent. Gov. Hicks' answer was, in substance, although I may noty by peaceable arrangement of some sort. Governor Hicks fully and most distinctly assented to thisdirection; shall the bridges be destroyed? Gov. Hicks emphatically and distinctly replied in the a Parkhurst, May 16, 1861. To His Excellency, Gov. Hicks-- Dear sir: I have just read your card in Towsontown, May 29, 1861. His Excellency, Governor Hicks-- my dear sir: Yours of this date was h Frederick city, Md. His Excellency, Thomas H. Hicks, Governor of Maryland-- Dear sir: We hithfully to serve, and whose interests and safety I have constantly had in view. Thos. H. Hicks. [3 more...]