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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 remar
ublication 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 en ing 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<