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ngland by a universal outburst of indignation. Mr. Buford.--I hope it will be the pleasure of the House to make this document a part of the history of the times. I have no doubt, sir, that I but re-echo the sentiment of every member of this House when I say my heart was cheered by the eloquent spirit exhibited in that paper. The time has not been during this contest, and certainly is not now, sir, when everything possible to link indissolubly this State with the gallant State of Marylandscue of Maryland. I hope, sir, the day is not far distant when we shall be able to do it. I rise for the purpose of expressing my concurrence in the sentiment expressed by that noble son of Maryland, whose letter we have just heard. I hope this House will order the publication of at least ten thousand copies of that letter. Mr. Baskerville thought the House needed no prompting on the question. There was but one sentiment pervading the body. The document should be spread throughout the
s Mary Ann James, Estate of J. Hunter, M. C. E Lampe, T. C. Speissegger, John Campsen, Patrick Collins, Francis Police, Patrick Brady, Estate of P. McCormick, F. St. Marks, Estate of John McKee, Edward Collins, Thomas Maher, Wm. Ryan. Mr. Joseph Prevost's two houses were insured for $2,800. The following items of information have been handed in: W. Marscher, southeast corner of Market and State streets, wholesale and retail grocery store. Total loss. Stock partially insured.--House owned by Robt. Brodie. W. Brookbanks, gas-fitter, 115 King street. Part of the stock saved. Loss about $1,000. No insurance. House owned by John Seigling. Thomas Hancock, formerly estate of H. Hancock, Southeast corner of Queen and Mazyck streets. Bake-house and two dwellings consumed. Loss, $6,000. Insurance, $3,000. Dr. Oberhausser, corner of Linguard and Church-streets. Stock valued at $5,000. All consumed. Insurance, $1,000. House owned by Wm. Alken. John Kenny,