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Allegany (Maryland, United States) (search for this): article 1
y Union men, and after rigid examination but nine secession members were found in the city. These were arrested, with the Clerk of the Senate, and sent to Annapolis, according to my orders, on the 18th inst., under guard, and safely lodged on board a Government steamer in waiting for them. Of their destination thence I had no direction. The names of the parties thus arrested and disposed of were as follows, viz: B. F. Salmon, Frederick; Wm. R. Miller, Cecil county; I. H. Gordon, Alleghany county; Lawrence Jones, Talbot county; Bernard Mills, Carroll county; R. C. McCubbin, Annapolis; Thomas Claggett, Frederick; Clerke J. Durant, St. Mary's county; Andrew Kessler, Jr., Frederick; J. N. Brewer, Chief Clerk of the Senate. No meeting of the Senate occurred; but three Senators were in town, and these were Union men. Three subordinate officers of the Senate, the Chief Clerk and Printer of the House, and one or two citizens, were also arrested, but released after the departure o
Talbot (Maryland, United States) (search for this): article 1
nation but nine secession members were found in the city. These were arrested, with the Clerk of the Senate, and sent to Annapolis, according to my orders, on the 18th inst., under guard, and safely lodged on board a Government steamer in waiting for them. Of their destination thence I had no direction. The names of the parties thus arrested and disposed of were as follows, viz: B. F. Salmon, Frederick; Wm. R. Miller, Cecil county; I. H. Gordon, Alleghany county; Lawrence Jones, Talbot county; Bernard Mills, Carroll county; R. C. McCubbin, Annapolis; Thomas Claggett, Frederick; Clerke J. Durant, St. Mary's county; Andrew Kessler, Jr., Frederick; J. N. Brewer, Chief Clerk of the Senate. No meeting of the Senate occurred; but three Senators were in town, and these were Union men. Three subordinate officers of the Senate, the Chief Clerk and Printer of the House, and one or two citizens, were also arrested, but released after the departure of the members for Annapolis — upo
Hagerstown (Maryland, United States) (search for this): article 1
Their passes were procured by E. Petherbridge, who knew their sentiments well having cooperated with them and others during the last twelve months in efforts to divide the M. E. Church on the slavery question by Mason & Dixon's line. Strange as it may seem this same Petherbridge is in the service of the Government as a recruiting officer. One day he procured passes for well known and mischievous Secessionists and the next recruits for the Government. The case of Dr. McGill, of Hagerstown, is thus disposed of: Department of State,Washington, Sept. 21, 1862. Maj.-Gen. N. P. Banks, Darnestown, Md: General: If you can arrest Dr. Charles McGill, of Hagerstown, Md., or cause him to be arrested and sent to Fort McHenry, to be thence conveyed to Fort Lafayette, let it be done. I am, very respectfully, your ob't servant, Wm. H. Seward. Headq'rs, Williamsport,September 30, 1861. Maj.-Gen. N. P. Banks, Com'g Division: General: Dr. Magill is now a prison
Urbana (Maryland, United States) (search for this): article 1
, Nov. 8, 1861. Capt. R. Morris Copeland, Acting Assistant Adjutant Gen. Sir: Previous to the election a number of enemies to the Union in this State pedimented schemes for disturbing the peace of the various precincts. I had several of the most preeminent actors in this, among whom was a candidate for Senator, arrested before election and held until to-day. I had derailments from various companies of my regiment, with proper officers, stationed in Sandy Hook, Petersville, Jefferson, Urbana, New Market, Backeystown, Frederick city, and other places where the polls were held. Owing to the presence of the troops everything progressed quietly, and I am happy to report a Union victory in every place within my jurisdiction. Some of the Maryland troops visited the polls with their muskets, which I directed to be given up, to be returned at the expiration of their furloughs, mostly dating until to-day. Letters of spies — the blockade business. There are several columns of l
Maryland (Maryland, United States) (search for this): article 1
Secret history of the subjugation of Maryland. the arrest and Imprisonment of her Legislature — arrangements for a Subsequent election — secret correspondence Showing the condition of Affairs in Maryland in '61--letters of spies and Informers, &c. Among the most remarublication of the correspondence which attended the subjugation of Maryland. There are few citizens of the United States, lost as they are to election — received Nov. 1, answered at once by Telegraph. State of Maryland, Ex've Chamber,Annapolis, Oct. 26, 1861. Major-General N. P.me, I am sure, for suggesting the importance of looking closely to Maryland until our election is over, 6th Nov. The Confederates will ening majority rolled up against secessionism. Not only am I and is Maryland deeply interested, but the Government is greatly concerned. Will . McClellan, Commanding. Sir: In order to have a full vote in Maryland at the coming election, Wednesday, November 6, so that the legal v<
Petersville (Maryland, United States) (search for this): article 1
.,Point of Rocks, Md., Nov. 8, 1861. Capt. R. Morris Copeland, Acting Assistant Adjutant Gen. Sir: Previous to the election a number of enemies to the Union in this State pedimented schemes for disturbing the peace of the various precincts. I had several of the most preeminent actors in this, among whom was a candidate for Senator, arrested before election and held until to-day. I had derailments from various companies of my regiment, with proper officers, stationed in Sandy Hook, Petersville, Jefferson, Urbana, New Market, Backeystown, Frederick city, and other places where the polls were held. Owing to the presence of the troops everything progressed quietly, and I am happy to report a Union victory in every place within my jurisdiction. Some of the Maryland troops visited the polls with their muskets, which I directed to be given up, to be returned at the expiration of their furloughs, mostly dating until to-day. Letters of spies — the blockade business. There ar
Baltimore City (Maryland, United States) (search for this): article 1
ough; Harford, Franklin Whittaker; Howard, John S. Watkins; Kent, David C. Blackston; Prince George's, John B. Brooke; St. Mary's, Oscar Miles. McKaig, of Alleghany, and Lynch, of Baltimore county, are already in custody, and Yellott, of Baltimore city, is in Richmond Teagle Townshend, of Worcester, should not be arrested. Great rascal. House — Alleghany, Josiah H. Gordon and William B. Bernard; Anne Arundel, B. Allen Welch, McCubbin, E. G. Kilbourn, Calvert, James T. Briscoe and Benj Morgan; Somerset, James U. Dennis; Talbot, Alexander Chaplain, J. Lawrence Jones; Washington, Martin Eakle, John C. Brining; Worcester, George W. Landing. Wallis, Pitt, Scott, Sangston, Morfit, Winans, Thomas, Harrison, and Warfield, of Baltimore city, and Dennison and Quinlan, of Baltimore county, are in custody. The list I marked with you has been carefully revised and corrected by the Legislative journals, so that the propriety of the foregoing selection is unquestionable. If
Baltimore (Maryland, United States) (search for this): article 1
harles, John F. Gardiner; Dorchester, Charles F. Goldsborough; Harford, Franklin Whittaker; Howard, John S. Watkins; Kent, David C. Blackston; Prince George's, John B. Brooke; St. Mary's, Oscar Miles. McKaig, of Alleghany, and Lynch, of Baltimore county, are already in custody, and Yellott, of Baltimore city, is in Richmond Teagle Townshend, of Worcester, should not be arrested. Great rascal. House — Alleghany, Josiah H. Gordon and William B. Bernard; Anne Arundel, B. Allen Welch, McCexander Chaplain, J. Lawrence Jones; Washington, Martin Eakle, John C. Brining; Worcester, George W. Landing. Wallis, Pitt, Scott, Sangston, Morfit, Winans, Thomas, Harrison, and Warfield, of Baltimore city, and Dennison and Quinlan, of Baltimore county, are in custody. The list I marked with you has been carefully revised and corrected by the Legislative journals, so that the propriety of the foregoing selection is unquestionable. If these arrests are made the Senate will stand t
Darnestown (Maryland, United States) (search for this): article 1
t, Simon Cameron, Sec'y of War. Major-Gen. N. P. Banks, commanding near Darnestown, Md. Legislative Matters. [Confidential.] Headq'rs Army of the Potomac,Wtomac,Washington, Sept. 12, 1861. Major-Gen. N. P. Banks, commanding near Darnestown, Md. General: Enclosed I have the honor to send you an order regarding thens Concerning Legislature. [Important and confidential.] Headq'rs Camp near Darnestown, Sept. 16. Lieut.-Col. Ruger, commanding 3d Wisconsin regiment, on special sLegislature--Sept. 18. Frederick, Md., Sept. 18, 1861. To Maj.-Gen. Banks, Darnestown: Sir: I have just telegraphed to Gen. Dix that we have seized seven memr Seward, on arrest of members of Legislature--Sept. 20. Headq'rs Camp near Darnestown,Sept. 20, 1861. Maj.-Gen. McClellan, commanding Army of Potomac: Hon. W. H. Department of State,Washington, Sept. 21, 1862. Maj.-Gen. N. P. Banks, Darnestown, Md: General: If you can arrest Dr. Charles McGill, of Hagerstown, Md.,
Dixon, Ill. (Illinois, United States) (search for this): article 1
ble man, is shrewd and reliable, and if stopped will be a loss to us. With lively recollections of our brief intercourse and your kindly manner, and a good hope that all will be well, am yours, Tho. H. Hicks. J. Bly denounces a supposed spy as follows: Their passes were procured by E. Petherbridge, who knew their sentiments well having cooperated with them and others during the last twelve months in efforts to divide the M. E. Church on the slavery question by Mason & Dixon's line. Strange as it may seem this same Petherbridge is in the service of the Government as a recruiting officer. One day he procured passes for well known and mischievous Secessionists and the next recruits for the Government. The case of Dr. McGill, of Hagerstown, is thus disposed of: Department of State,Washington, Sept. 21, 1862. Maj.-Gen. N. P. Banks, Darnestown, Md: General: If you can arrest Dr. Charles McGill, of Hagerstown, Md., or cause him to be arrested and s
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