were accompanied with a full band of music, and as the train moved off a salute was fired from the Naval School.
The regiment marched back to the city, and much enthusiasm was manifested by the citizens.--National Intelligencer, May 16.
Ross Winans was arrested at the Relay c House, on the Baltimore and Ohio road, by the federal officers.
Governor Hicks, with others, endeavored to have him released on security, but this was refused, and he was placed under guard.--Philadelphia Press, Mareassure the destiny of the Republic.
Governoe Andrew's address is printed is full in the Boston Transcript, May 14.
A schooner was seized at the wharf in Baltimore, by a United States officer.
She had a number of pikes, manufactured by Winans, and Minie rifles on board.
She was taken over to the south side of the harbor, under Federal Hill, and a guard placed on board.--N. Y. Times, May 15.
Gen. Butler issued a proclamation from his Headquarters on Federal Hill — in which he exp