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The Daily Dispatch: April 16, 1861., [Electronic resource], A Richmond vessel hoists the
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A Richmond vessel hoists the Confederate flag. --In East Baltimore, on Sunday, great excitement was occasioned in consequence of the hoisting on the mizzen-top mast of the bark Fannie Crenshaw, lying at Chase's wharf, lower end of Thames and Caroline streets, of the Confederate States flag at an early hour of the morning. The American says: "The fact of the flag being raised was not particularly observed for several hours after, and, on its being perceived, the Star Spangled Banner of the Union was immediately thrown to the breeze by the Captains of the barks Agnes, Mondamin, Washington, Chase, and Seaman, lying in the vicinity, from the gaff of their respective vessels. "A large number of persons assembled on the wharf, who openly disapproved of the raising of the flag, which, it was stated, was done by Capt. Munson, by the imperative orders of the owners, Messrs. Currie, of Richmond, Va., who sent from that city the same flag which they had previously displayed fro
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