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ay across her domain mission of Judge Handy views of Governor Hicks his proclamation arrival of Massachusetts troops atn their march to invade the Southern states. The governor (Hicks) avowed a desire, not only that the state should avoid war,d presented his views and the object of his mission to Governor Hicks, who in his response (December 19, 1860) declared his ature, in order to have a call for a state convention, Governor Hicks issued an address in which, arguing that there was no e whole country well knows, etc. On April 18, 1861, Governor Hicks issued a proclamation invoking them to preserve the pee; the rear portion of the troops was, by direction of Governor Hicks, sent back to the borders of the state. The troops wh. On April 20th President Lincoln wrote in reply to Governor Hicks and Mayor Brown, saying, For the future, troops must bosition, merely obtained an order to have it printed. Governor Hicks, whose promises had been so cheering in the beginning
. Evacuation, 284-85, 296. Harris, Dr., 327. Gov. of Tennessee, 350. Reply to U. S. call for troops, 354. Harrison, William Henry (governor of Indiana territory). Letters to Congress, 5, 6. Pres. U. S., 52. Hartford Convention, 63-64. Hartstein, Captain, 234. Hayne, Isaac W., 110, 115, 187. Extract of letter to Buchanan, 187-88. Correspondence concerning Fort Sumter, 540-51. Henry, Patrick, 147, 380. Opposition to Constitution, 94, 104, 105, 106, 109. Hicks, Gov. of Maryland, 287, 289. Extract from address stating position of Maryland, 287-88. Proclamation to preserve peace, 288. Final message to state legislature, 292. Higginson, —, 61. Hill, Col. A. P., 298. Col. D. H., 297. Hinks, Charles D., 291. Holmes, General, 319, 320, 390, 393. Holt, Joseph, 543-44. Howard, Charles, 290-91. Huger, General, 296. Hulburt, —, 314. Hunter, —, 58, 228. Hunton, Colonel, 376-77. Huse, Maj., Caleb. Emissary to Europe <