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The Daily Dispatch: may 2, 1861., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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timent is now every day more strongly manifesting itself.--The revolution of last week has been followed by a counter-revolution, and the real position of the people of Baltimore is developing itself. It is stated that orders have been received from Washington to have the Star Spangled Banner displayed to-morrow from all the National buildings, including the Custom-House and Post-Office in this city. Firing on a tug. On Saturday as the steam tug Ajax was going up the Bay to Baltimore, a large Government transport steamer fired a gun across her bows. The tug paid no attention, and a round shot followed. Still no attention was paid and the steamer started in pursuit, yawning and firing at intervals at the tug Owing to the steamer being light and the Bay rough, most of the shots went over the tug. Finally in getting in smoother water the practice became better, and the Captain of the tug ran into Bodkin creek, where the large steamer could not follow, and thus escaped.
Firing on a tug. On Saturday as the steam tug Ajax was going up the Bay to Baltimore, a large Government transport steamer fired a gun across her bows. The tug paid no attention, and a round shot followed. Still no attention was paid and the steamer started in pursuit, yawning and firing at intervals at the tug Owing to the steamer being light and the Bay rough, most of the shots went over the tug. Finally in getting in smoother water the practice became better, and the Captain of the tug ran into Bodkin creek, where the large steamer could not follow, and thus escaped.