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ak out plainly in favor of the South, and wear the red, white and red cockades, ribbons and neck-ties. Secession flags and songs are eagerly bought up from boys, who are reaping a harvest from the sale of them. Pictures of those truly great men, Jeff. Davis, Beauregard, Lee, &c., are hard to get, but are in constant demand. Maryland should be freed, and we appeal to you of the South with outstretched arms to come to our aid. We have been disarmed by a miserable coward and traitor, Governor Hicks; but put arms in the hands of our people, and send a few more good men to our aid, and you will see where Maryland is. The blood of our forefathers still courses in our veins, and you know in times of old Maryland troops were second to none. As I now write our city is being put under martial law. Our noble Marshal of Police, Geo. P. Kane, has been arrested, our liberties taken from us, and our city overrun by a pack of hell-hounds. Do you want any better proof of our being with you