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road: Sir We advise that the troops now here be sent back to the borders of Maryland. Respectfully, [Signed] Thomas H. Hicks, Geo. Wm. Brown. By order of the Board of Police. [Signed] Chas. Howard, Pres't. Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, President's Office, Balto., April 10. To His Excellency Thos. H. Hicks, Governor; His Hon. G. W. Brown, Mayor of Baltimore; Chas. Howard, Esq., President Board of Police Commissioners: Gentlemen: I have the honor to acknowledge the receioops of the State and the city military have been called out to preserve the peace. They will be enough. [Signed,] Thos. H. Hicks, Geo. Wm. Baown, Mayor. We are advised that Wm. Prescott Smith, Esq., besides sending the foregoing by teers.first Light Division, Md. Volunteers, Baltimore, 19th April, 1881. In obedience to the order of his Excellency Governor Hicks the first Light Division will parade forth with in North Calvert street, provided with ball cartridge, to suppr
re he stood. Since the unhappy outbreak of the day he had conferred with Gov. Hicks, and they had telegraphed to Washington and to the North to send no more trooences and act as brothers. He had the satisfaction to inform the people that Gov. Hicks co- operated in the efforts to prohibit any more troops passing over the soil of Maryland. Gov. Hicks thought, as the people and the Mayor think, that it is folly and madness for one portion of this great nation to subjugate another portion. kets, and deplored it. The Mayor was frequently interrupted by applause. Gov. Hicks' Remarks. Gov. Hicks said: Gentlemen and fellowcitizens of Baltimore, I apGov. Hicks said: Gentlemen and fellowcitizens of Baltimore, I appear before you on this occasion with feelings of gratification to you who surround me, and to my fellowcitizens for cheering me as I approached you. It cannot be expdy before I will raise it to strike a sister State. After the remarks of Gov. Hicks, the meeting adjourned, and most of the people returned quietly to their home