and Henry M. Warfield.
The city residence of Dr. J. Hanson Thomas was visited, but he was in the country, and escaped until his return to the city yesterday morning, when he was taken into custody.
Charles H. Pitts, Esq., was also in the country, but was arrested yesterday morning soon after reaching the city.
The residence of John C. Brune, Esq., on Catharine street, was visited, but he was absent at the time, and up to late last night had not returned, and thus escaped arrest.
Dr. A. A. Lynch, of the Senate, and L. G. Quinlan and Robert M. Denison, of the House of Delegates, from Baltimore county, were arrested yesterday morning.
The carriage in which Mr. Quinlan was brought to the city showed marks of rough usage, nearly all the glass having been broken.
When he reached the office of the Provost Marshal, he pushed aside the policemen who accompanied him and walked into the office.
James Collins, a member of the regular police, was also arrested.
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