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The Daily Dispatch: April 22, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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the cars started from the President street depot and six passed safely to the Camden station. The other two soon returned, the track in the meantime having been obstructed at the corner of Pratt and Gay streets by anchors, paving stones, sand, &c., being put on it by the crowd. Attempts had previously been made to tear up the track, but the police by strenuous effort prevented. A cart load of sand which was being driven along was seized and thrown upon the track. The bridge across Jones' Falls on Pratt street, was also soon after barricaded with boards, &c., which were being used previously by workmen in repairing it. After considerable delay it was determined to make the attempt to march the remaining troops through the city, only about sixty of whom were supplied with arms. The remainder were recruits, and occupied second-class and baggage cars. At the head of this column, on foot, Mayor Brown placed himself, and walked in front, exerting all his influence to prese