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John G. Nicolay, The Outbreak of Rebellion, Chapter 7: Baltimore. (search)
scertained. The soldiers lost four killed and some thirty wounded; the citizens probably two or three times as many. With the departure of the Massachusetts Sixth, the Chief of Police supposed his immediate troubles at an end. But not yet; he was again notified that a new riot was beginning at the Philadelphia Depot. Hurrying there, he found that the regimental band had been left behind; and worse still, that a large number of cars constituting the rear end of the train, yet contained Small's Pennsylvania Brigade, numbering some thousand men, all unarmed. The former had already been driven from their car and scattered; the latter were just beginning to debark, entirely ignorant of what had happened. Gathering such of his policemen as were in the neighborhood, Marshal Kane intervened actively and with success for their temporary protection; and a hasty conference having been held with the railroad officers, the train was, by common consent, backed out of the depot and speedily
John G. Nicolay, The Outbreak of Rebellion, Index. (search)
q., 14; true character of, 8; cabal in Washington, 17, 23, 36 Seventh Regiment, N. Y. State Militia, 92 et seq. Seward, Secretary, opposes relieving Fort Sumter, 51; his idea of the conspiracy, 52; his reply to the rebel commissioners, 54; interview with Judge Campbell, 54, 94 Shepherdstown, 160 Sherman, General W. T., 174 Slavery, false assumption of the South with regard to, 7; the corner-stone of the Confederacy, 43 Slidell, Senator, 37, 40 Slemmer, Lieutenant, 38 Small's Pennsylvania Brigade, 88 Smith, General G. W., 211 Smith, General, Kirby, 194 South Carolina, attitude of, with regard to secession, 1; secession of, 5, 14 South Carolina Commissioners have an interview with President Buchanan, 30; their blindness to their opportunity, 31 Southern States, their differences of territory, etc., 10 et seq. Stone Bridge, the, over Bull Run, 176 and note Stone, General, 163 Strasburg, Va., 163 Sudley Ford, Bull Run, 182 Sudley road