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The Daily Dispatch: June 3, 1861., [Electronic resource], More arrests by the military in Baltimore county. (search)
More arrests by the military in Baltimore county. --We have information from the neighborhood of Cockeysville, says the Baltimore Sun of May 31st, that three arrests were made in that vicinity on Monday night inst. The names of the parties arrested are Geo. Worthington, Harrison Scott and Alfred Matthews. It appears that ts said to have been a participation in the burning of the bridges on the line of the Northern Central railway and the destruction of the telegraph line between Cockeysville and the Pennsylvania line. The whole of the arrests were made by a squad of Pennsylvania volunteers troops. George H. Williams left, the city yesterday aftertelegraph line between Cockeysville and the Pennsylvania line. The whole of the arrests were made by a squad of Pennsylvania volunteers troops. George H. Williams left, the city yesterday afternoon as counsel for Mr. Worthington. These arrests have created a most intense excitement at Cockeysville and the surrounding country.
The Daily Dispatch: June 6, 1861., [Electronic resource], Summary disposal of a Partnership interest. (search)
has taken a whole city and nearly frightened two old women out of their wits. At half-past 12 the enemy made their appearance; one column advancing from towards the Relay House, about one hundred strong, and another from the direction of Cockeysville, numbering about one hundred and fifty. They advanced boldly towards the public square, having first taken the precaution to surround the city with a chain of outposts. Pickets were stationed along all the avenues leading to the Court-House,ness. They seized on all the arms in and about Ady's hotel, which were put in possession of a squad of heroes. Having robbed the people of their property, they proceeded to evacuate the city; which they did in two columns, one moving towards Cockeysville, and the other towards the Relay House. We understand that the indomitable Major Straw will soon march upon our city again. He has been authentically informed by the faithful Union men of this vicinity that there are quite a number of ug
Hatteras Inlet with the purpose of giving the Raleigh battle; but their nerve failed them on seeing the determined disposition of the Raleigh to give them battle; so they turned tail and ran back under the protection of Hatteras Inlet. The occupation of "Live Oak Camp." the name of their camp at Chickonocomac, was for the avowed purpose of attacking Roanoke Island; Hatteras Inlet being too far from the island for a successful sortie. These Yankee troops had not been long from Cockeysville, Md., as letters found in their possession are directed to that point, and are of a very late date. another account. Capt. Carrsville, of the Carrsville Guards, Third Georgia Regiment, gives us the following statement: Col. Wright left Camp Georgia, Roanoke Island, on Thursday midnight, arrived at Chickonocomac on Friday, in the steamers. Col. Wright made the attack on the Federals at 9 o'clock in the morning by firing shell from two 12-pound howitzers from on board transp
. Meek, Co. H, Wabash co., Ind.; Michael Casper, Co. K, Jasper co., Ind.; John Musteo, Co. I, Switzerland; Noah Kelly, Co. K, White co., Ind.; J. A. Camingone, Co. F, Logansport, Ind.; W. P. Wendel, Co. H, Manchester Ind.; H. C. Wilkerson, Co. F, Logansport, Ind.; Jacob Rice, Co. I, Michigan City, Ind.; J. B. Smith, Co. K, White co., Ind.; F. B. Sackett, Co. H, Van Buren co., Ind.; J. C. Kerns, Co. H, Logansport, Ind.; H. Watson, sutler's clerk, Wabash co., Ind.; Wm. Vagel, cook Co. F, Cockeysville, Md.; Jos. Chaffer, cook Co. I, Chester co., Penn.; J. H. Edward, colored boy, Lauey's Valley, Md. List of prisoners captured from the Federal forces at Chickamacomack, N. C., on 4th and 5th of October, 1861. Sergt. Major C. H. Comly, 20th Regiment Ind. Vols., Logansport, Ind. 4th Sergt. C. W. Demotee, Co. I, Valparaiso, Ind. 2d Sergt. H. B. Johnston, Co. I, Wanatah, Ind. 3d Sergt. Ford Engel, Co. D, Fountain co., Ind. 1st Sergt. M. L. Kinnard, Co. D, Fountain Co.,
being in a leaky condition. The court stated that the power was with the commissioner to have the cargo secured from damage by storing in if necessary. Mr. Ridgely then stated he would have the cargo removed. Sergeant Samuel Currey, of Baltimore county, of the First Maryland Cavalry regiment, Col. Creager, died yesterday at the Adams House Hospital, after an illness of about two weeks. Four runaways, alleged fugitive slaves, were apprehended on Saturday, in the neighborhood of Cockeysville, and committed to jail at Towsontown. According to their statement they are from the vicinity of Wicomico river, Virginia, and landed, from a boat at Locust Point, in this city. They were making their way towards Pennsylvania. Charles Tilden, of Vermont, private in the Second New Hampshire regiment Col. Fisk, encamped at Bladensburg, was discharged under a writ of habeas corpus in the United States District Court on Saturday, upon proof of hi being under 21 years of age, and of his
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