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The Daily Dispatch: May 14, 1861., [Electronic resource] 5 1 Browse Search
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a short detention sufficient to embark the men, left for the Mills -- Then it was their mission became known to be the capture of the centrifugal steam gun of Mr. Dickinson, then reported to be on its way from this city to Ellicott's Mills, over the turnpike, drawn by six mules, and in charge of Mr. Dickinson, the inventor, and twMr. Dickinson, the inventor, and two men who acted as drivers. The gun, it was said, had been taken out for trial at long range. The train reached the Mills almost simultaneously with the gun, which was quietly taken possession of, with Mr. Chas. Dickinson and the men in charge of it, without resistance. The train then returned to the Relay, bringing the gun, whiMr. Chas. Dickinson and the men in charge of it, without resistance. The train then returned to the Relay, bringing the gun, which was drawn by the mules attached. The Relay camp was quite lively over the capture last evening, and the gun is the subject of much curious inspection. It has been erroneously asserted that the centrifugal gun belongs to the city of Baltimore. This is not so. The gun belongs to the inventor, and if there existed any intent