, April 28
.--“To give you an example of the punishment traitors receive, we can see from where I am writing, about two miles from shore, on the yard-arm of the U. S. Brig Caledonia
, two men hanging
--one for smuggling provisions and powder to the rebels at Charleston
, the other for piloting the Seventh Regiment on the Chesapeake
bar, with the intention that the Baltimoreans might get possession of Annapolis
before the Seventh could land.” --Ex.
from a Letter, date Annapolis, in N. Y. Sunday Atlas, May 5