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Benjamnin F. Butler, Butler's Book: Autobiography and Personal Reminiscences of Major-General Benjamin Butler, Chapter 5: Baltimore and Fortress Monroe. (search)
to enter Baltimore capture of Ross Winans marching up Federal Hill in a storm a scare and its explanation indignant comm a properly equipped and managed expedition could seize Federal Hill and hold the place. I wanted to go for another reason of their line of march from the place of debarkation to Federal Hill, under a competent guide, and instructed them that theycern the column, and nobody knew that we were there. Federal Hill, Baltimore, Md. From a sketch made on day of occupation. The next morning after our arrival, I received, on Federal Hill, the following note from the mayor of the city:-- I I have taken possession of Baltimore. My troops are on Federal Hill, which I can hold with the aid of my artillery. If I apatch. In a short time the messenger Headquarters at Federal Hill, Baltimore, Md. From a sketch made on day of occupationttle uneasy about their general, asked the commander on Federal Hill if they might march down into the city and escort him h
that he at once forwarded it to the Delta, in which it was printed on April 26th. Nearly every Southern journal at once copied it. Mr. Randall says: I did not concern myself much about it, but very soon, from all parts of the country, there was borne to me, in my remote place of residence, evidence that I had made a great hit, and that, whatever might be the fate of the Confederacy, the song would survive it. Union soldiers at Federal Hill,Maryland. These Union soldiers at Federal Hill, Maryland, in 1862, are the Gun Squad of the Fifth Company in New York's representative Seventh regiment. Sergeant-Major Rathbone is handing an order to Captain Spaight. Personally, the invaders were far from despots, as Southerners soon ascertained. In the picture below are veterans of this same Seventh regiment, as they appeared seventeen years later in a different role—hosts and escorts of the Gate City Guard. In 1861, this had been the first body of troops to enter Confederate service
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