the Seventh Pennsylvania, were attacked in the streets of Baltimore by a mob upon their passage through that city.
The Masll on board, and proceeded quietly through the streets of Baltimore, on their way to the depot at the other side of the town.ed with fixed bayonets in double quick time, the Mayor of Baltimore at their head, all the while surrounded by the mob — now d.--Times, April 20, 21,
The mob completely reigned in Baltimore after the attack.--All the gunshops were plundered.
Othefied the President that no more troops could pass through Baltimore unless they fought their way.--(Doc. 69.)--Times, April 2ibly excited at the attack on the Massachusetts troops in Baltimore.
The Government recognizes the similarity in the day and
The Governor sent the following despatch to the Mayor of Baltimore:
I pray you cause the bodies of our Massachusettsle throng cheered them on their way. News of the fight in Baltimore was received before they left, and 48 rounds of ball-cart