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Official War Records, II, 584. General Scott said on that same day to President Lincoln, March them around Baltimore and not through it. (Lincoln's letter to Governor Hicks, in Brown's Baltimore and the 19th of April, p. 62.) He suggested the Annapolis route to Governor Hicks personally on April 21. (Brown, p. 72.) and brought aGovernor Hicks personally on April 21. (Brown, p. 72.) and brought also a despatch from Adjutant-General Thomas to General Patterson to the same effect, this being in answer to the request of Colonel Lefferts for orders. Official War Records, II, 583. General Patterson at once communicated the instructions to General Butler, and gave directions, as he expressly says, for the 8th Mass. and 7th Nted line of communication with Washington, I turned my attention to re-establishing the route through Baltimore . . . and in this I was well aided by His Excellency Governor Hicks. (Patterson's Shenandoah Campaign, p. 27.) The force which opened the way through Baltimore consisted of five companies of the 3d U. S. Infantry, Major