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the opportunity to attest their devotion to the rights of the South. Like the people of Maryland, however, they are held in temporary subjection by the power of Federal bayonets, waiting and hoping for the day of deliverance from oppression. While in Baltimore they had some opportunity of observing the feeling there, which they think is as ardently Southern as the most radical supporter of our cause could desire. The successes of our arms around Richmond rekindled the fires of the 19th of April, 1861, and revived the hopes and expectations of those who have maintained their confidence unshaken in the ultimate triumph of the South in her struggle for independence. Among others who called upon them during their sojourn in that city was Mrs. Frank Key Howard daughter of Francis S. Key, author of the "State Spangled Banner." The husband and one son of this lady are prisoners in Fort Warren, another son is confined at Camp Chase, Ohio, whilst five other sons, a son-in-law, and brother