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the climate very hot.. If this be the case thus early in the season, what will be the effect in July? Baltimore. The Baltimore American, of Tuesday, says: With the continued absence of any new cause of excitement public sentiment 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
Baltimore. The Baltimore American, of Tuesday, says: With the continued absence of any new cause of excitement public sentiment 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.
factories on the river ban, below the depot, where they will remain till they march to the Fair Grounds. One of the companies, the Wilkinson Rifles, is from the county of that name, and numbers 80 men. Their uniform is of Georgia kersey. Some idea of the size of the men composing this gallant company may be inferred from the statement that twenty of them are over six feet high. The following is a list of the officers: Captain, W. O. Beall; First Lieutenant, D. M. Clay; Second Lieut., S. H. Washington; Ensign, J. Rivers; Surgeon, Dr. Harris Fisher; Orderly Sergeant, M. E. Boatwright; Second Serg't E. M. Clay; Third Sergeant, A. A. Beall; Fourth Sergeant, B. F. Pitman; Fifth Sergeant, R. G. Hyman; First Corporal, M. A. Hail; Second Corporal, James Pitman; Third Corporal, O. M. Davis; Fourth Corporal, Jas. L. Brannon. The other company, numbering 100 sturdy and determined-looking men, is called the Blodgett Guards, and is under command of Foster Blodgett, Esq., formerly Mayor of