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Chapter 43: Subjugation of the border States, Maryland, Kentucky, and Missouri a military force invades Maryland and occupies Baltimore martial law declared civil government of the state suspended unalienable rights of the citizens invaded arrests of citizens commenced case of John Merryman opinion of Chief Just
this manner the state government of Maryland was subjugated.
A military force, under the authority of the government of the United States, occupied the city of Baltimore at a time when no invasion of the state was threatened, and when there had been no application of the legislature, or of the Executive, for protection against do l of the most steadfast and most uncompromising loyalists of the Shore.
The jail of the county was entered, the jailer seized, imprisoned, and afterward sent to Baltimore, and prisoners confined therein under indictment set at liberty.
The commanding officer gave the first clew to the kind of disloyalty against which he considere