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The Daily Dispatch: April 24, 1861., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
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mber of blue cockades with the Maryland but too were also to be seen upon the promenades. Visits to the Pennsylvania troops. Marshal Kane dispatched Wm. H. Quincey to Cockeysville, who returned about the time the dispatch reached the city. Mr. Q. conversed with Gen. Wikoff, Commander. In-Chief of the Pennsylvania troople state of affairs in our country — enough to make one wish he was dead. Wikoff, in reply--"It is enough to make one wish he had a country to live in." Quincey--"I hope you have no intention to march through Baltimore, for the people are in arms and there will be a terrible slaughter." Wikoff--"I have no intention oashington. I am a Marylander, born in Montgomery county, and nothing would give me more pain than to be compelled to shed the blood of Maryland citizens." Mr. Quincey conversed with several of the soldiers, who expressed an aversion to come into conflict with our people, but said they were under orders and must obey. The