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ssession of the Relay House, nine miles from Baltimore, where the main branch of the Baltimore & Oh with the major part of his command, entered Baltimore, seized Federal Hill, which commands the city, fortified it with fifty heavy guns, and Baltimore was in his control.
He acted with intelligencl Butler replied to this defiance by seizing Baltimore the very night these resolutions passed.
Heequally significant incident had occurred in Baltimore just the week before.
Judge William F. Gileited States for the district of Maryland, at Baltimore, on Monday, May 27th.
The chief justice isss, a member of the house of delegates from Baltimore City—the head of the firm of Ross Winans & Co., for the defense of the State.
The banks in Baltimore had raised $500,000 for the defense of the cly dispatched T. Parkin Scott, member from Baltimore City, to Johnson, then on the Maryland Heights me, fired by the enthusiasm of those days in Baltimore, had stolen rides on the cars or had walked