Tuesday afternoon. He was escorted to the depot by four companies of military, and left with the hearty greetings of a large crowd.
On his arrival in Baltimore
, he proceeded to the residence of Zenos Barnum
At night he was serenaded, and, in closing a brief address, said:
"My public history is before the people of this country, and whilst it does not behoove me to speak of it, I assure you of my willingness that they shall judge me. I have a kind regard for all the citizens of Baltimore
, and that God may prosper and bless them all is the sincere prayer of an honest heart."
Soon as Mr.
B. concluded, he was greeted with a hearty three times three, and still "three more for the last President
of the United