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The Daily Dispatch: June 19, 1861., [Electronic resource], Ordnance Department, Richmond.Va.,may 26, 1861. (search)
saw a young man come down on the train that left the relay House at nine, with a sword and two trunks, by the weight of which we concluded they were no doubt percussion caps. He said at the Ferry he was going to Richmond, where he had command of a company of Baltimore men, adopted by the county. At Point of Pocks sixty-four cavalry were reported still across the Potomac. The rear of the main body of troops were only ten miles from the Ferry at noon. I have the honor, &c., A. H. Painter. Still later. The Baltimore Sun, of Monday, farnishes some additional particulars: Sandy Hook,June 15--12 o'clock, A. M.--A passenger who left Harper's Ferry half an hour ago states that the town has been entirely deserted by the military. This is contradicted by a later messenger, who declares that a large body is yet stationed at Bolivar, on the outskirts of Harper's Ferry. All the Government buildings have been destroyed with the exception of a storehouse, the bla