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How Virginia supplied Maryland with arms. John W. Garrett's advice. Wanted Virginia army to Occupy Baltimore, but General Lee refused. Major McDonald's reminiscences. Major E. H. McDonald, of Charlestown, W. Va., contributes to the sun some war history never before published, and which will prove interesting to Marylanders, particularly Baltimoreans. Major McDonald is a gentleman of high standing, and is now extensively engaged in farming and stock raising in Jefferson county. H
he war would have been fought there.
Lee's caution may have lost Maryland from the list of Confederate States, but from within her borders came many of the bravest men who followed the fortunes of the South.
Her best blood stood in the forefront of most of the battles of the Army of Northern Virginia.
In numbers she may not have furnished her quota, but in heroism and self-denial they were peerless among the troops that followed the colors of the South. E. H. Mcdonald. Charlestown, W. Va.
How Virginia supplied Maryland with arms. John W. Garrett's advice. Wanted Virginia army to Occupy B
ed through her streets on their way to the South.
Maryland's best and noblest sons were in sympathy with the said: The people of Baltimore and the citizens of Maryland, generally, were united in at least one thing, viz Southern States, should not pass over the soil of Maryland if they could prevent it.
Arms for Maryland. Maryland.
In response to this appeal, Governor Letcher, of Virginia, sent the following telegram on April 22d: Major- il of the State of Virginia agreed to loan the State of Maryland 5,000 more arms from the arsenal at Lexington, ith a royal welcome from those gallant sons of old Maryland whom I afterwards learned to admire for their sold uls.
I was escorted to the Institute, where the Maryland Line was quartered; then to Holliday street, where ve been fought there.
Lee's caution may have lost Maryland from the list of Confederate States, but from wit