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The Daily Dispatch: October 19, 1863., [Electronic resource], Secret history of the subjugation of Maryland. (search)
p. Mr. McCubbin is a person whom I should recommend you to set at large if he takes the oath, which I have no doubt he will. He is brother-in-law to Gen. Hammond, and a man much respected; also, a man of rather timid nature and greatly troubled by his arrest.--General Shriver has been very active for us, and is very earReceived September 17, 1861. From Frederick. To Major-General N. P. Banks. The rations have gone. R. M. Copeland. Letter of Introduction of Gen. Hammond to Gen. Dix, Recommending release of McCubbin, member from Anne A., upon taking the oath. Frederick, Md., Sept., 1861. To Major-Gen. Dix, commanding Fort Mc my report. Will you attend to this matter? I am yours, respectfully, R. Morris Copeland, A. A. A. to Maj.-Gen. Banks. The bearer of this communication, General Hammond, is well known as true to the Government. R. M. C. Major-General McClellan concerning prisoners for steamer at Annapolis. Answered 2 A. M., 20 September