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The Daily Dispatch: June 3, 1861., [Electronic resource], More arrests by the military in
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The Wigfall Rangers, formed of citizens of Maryland, joined in the cause of the Southern Confederate States, leave our city this morning for Harper's Ferry, to join the battalion composing the "Maryland Brigade." This company, under the command of Capt. James Ress Howard, have selected the above title for their corps to distinguish them from other companies of the same Brigade, in compliment to the eloquent and distinguished Louis T. Wigfall, of Texas. With such an inspiring name, together with a gentlemanly and well tried Captain, these gallant sons of the good old State of Maryland, will win a reputation in the history of our young Confederacy that will adorn one of its brightest pages.