post, saving Old Ironsides, cutting out a ship-of-war at Baltimore, rebuilding railroads, and reconstructing locomotives,—ma on the 15th of June, for Washington, and marched through Baltimore on the 17th, the anniversary of the battle of Bunker Hillvement to the defence of the nation, her children dead at Baltimore, and the sacrifice of money and of men which she expects, response to the call of the President; the march through Baltimore; the garrisoning of Fortress Monroe; the advance by way oent, which, on the 19th of April, 1861, in the streets of Baltimore, baptized our flag anew in heroic blood, when Massachusetent to Luther C. Ladd and Addison O. Whitney, who fell at Baltimore, April 19.
Mr. Jewell, of Boston, from the giment in the three months service, which was attacked in Baltimore, on the 19th of April, 1861.
The Twenty-sixth left Bostoo thousand muskets.
He writes to William Robinson, of Baltimore, Md.,—
I have gratefully received, and desire cordial
. 11.—Governor writes to Major-General John A. Dix, commanding at Baltimore, Pray do not execute private Stephen C. Scott, of our Sixteenth Res of shoes are shipped from this city to Louisville, Ky., and Baltimore, Md., intended for the rebel army.
Cannot a stop be put to it?
Sledging the receipt of one of Ross Winans's pikes, made by him at Baltimore for the rebels, and says, It will find a place among the other so that the loyal people of Maryland, and especially of the city of Baltimore, after long suffering, are at length able, through a Union Legislieve that the day is not distant, when the blood that was shed at Baltimore, by those martyrs to a cause as holy as any for which sword was eentertained by the people of the Commonwealth towards the city of Baltimore and the State of Maryland, for the blood of Massachusetts men, sh refers to the blood shed by the children of this Commonwealth at Baltimore, at Ball's Bluff, and wherever else they have been called in arms