Annapolis correspondent of the Baltimore press as follows:
"If you are a lover of peace, and at the same time a friend of the South, determined but wise, you will, I hope, give some consideration to the facts and deductions that I here present you."
"The New York Seventh Regiment is famed over the country — you know what for. They are here now in obedience to a call which summons them to the defence of the Capital: They deprecate the necessity which brought them upon the soil of Maryland.
As individuals and true gentlemen they appreciate, and I might almost say sympathize with, their Southern brothers.
They have created upon the minds of all who see them an unmistakably favorable impression.
Go among them and see if this is not true of this regiment of gentlemen.
Now, remember that many of the officers and soldiers of this corps are intimately connected with members of the next Congress, and will no doubt, exercise some influence upon that body."
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