found advisable to go around Baltimore
a useful pamphlet and George Washington's opinion of it
preparing to capture the ferry-boat Maryland
a soldier e reach of the guns of Fortress Monroe, but that he would refer the matter to Washington.
Transportation being furnished by water for the troops, the Third and Foues warmly by the hand, and said: Thank God, you have come; for if you had not Washington would have been in the hands of the rebels before morning.
Colonel Jones wxt morning.
On arriving, he found all the ladies — the Custises, Lewises, Mrs. Washington, and others in the parlor, obviously in great alarm.
Mr. Ross described t breakfast, and after a little while the Secretary of War came in and said to Washington: Have you seen Randolph's pamphlet?
I have, said Washington, and by the eterWashington, and by the eternal God he is the damnedest liar on the face of the earth; and as he spoke he brought his fist down upon the table with all his strength, and with a violence which ma