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A heroine in Baltimore. The band of the 6th Regiment, that left Boston consisted of twenty-four persons, who, together with their musical instruments, occupied a car by themselves from Philadelphia to Baltimore. By some accident the musicians' car got switched off sit the Canton Depot, so that, instead of being the first,
It was the first friendly voice they had heard since entering Baltimore, and they stopped to ask no questions, but followed their guide, who took the , and that they should yet come back and play Hail Columbia in the streets of Baltimore, where they had been so inhumanly assaulted.
The noble-hearted woman who rescued these men is a well-known character in Baltimore, and, according to all the usages of Christian society, is an outcast and a polluted being; but she is a true ost, and sent them back in safety to their homes.
As she is too notorious in Baltimore not to be perfectly well-known by what we have already told of her, it will n