nd from nearly every house waved the Stars and Stripes and those other inspiring signals — white handkerchiefs.
The troops were everywhere cordially received.
At the foot of Fulton street a few brief farewells were said, and amid the booming of cannon and the cheers of the populace, the troops took their departure.
Fifty-seven recruits for Company G, Capt. Thorne, and a number for Capt. Sprague's Company of the Thirteenth Regiment, went with the Twenty-eighth to join their Regiment at Annapolis.--(Doc. 122.)
A meeting of the Harvard Medical School was held in Cambridge, Mass., at which the following resolution was adopted:
Resolved, That we, the members of the Harvard Medical School, do here and now resolve ourselves into a volunteer medical corps, and as such do hereby tender our services to the Governor of this Commonwealth, to act in behalf of this State or country, in whatever capacity we may be needed.--Boston Transcript, May 1.
Citizens of Philadelphia, represe