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their march. The mob crowded in upon them, throwing paving stones and other missiles. The troops increased their pace to double-quick; pistol shots were fired, and one soldier fell dead. Mayor Brown arrived on the scene, asked Captain Follansbee to discontinue the double-quick, and said to him, You must defend yourselves. He then placed himself by the captain's side and marched about a third of a mile, as he states, with the troops, which occasionally fired irregularly. After a time, Marshal Kane with a body of policemen (less than fifty) came up on the run and placed themselves in the rear of the troops, after which there was little disorder. The four companies on reaching the Camden Street station were placed in the cars, the blinds were closed by order of Colonel Jones, and the regiment about 1 P. M. went on to Washington, being delayed, while still near Baltimore, by obstructions on the track. As a result of the day, four Massachusetts soldiers were killed by the mob: Add