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From the North. From late Northern papers we gather the following: A bold Protest from Maryland. The Annapolis (Md.) Gazette, heretofore the organ of the Administration party in the 6th Congressional district, speaking of the late pronunciamento of President Lincoln to the Border State Congressmen, delivers itself a
ve expressed our convictions in the premises.
And those convictions are none the less firm because of the fact that we uncompromisingly advocate emancipation in Maryland.
We advocate it because we believe it will be of immense advantage to our State.
But we are not prepared to do that or any other act at the nod of crazy fanati and Beauregard Fifth.
To make the Potomac and Ohio rivers at once their base of operations and frontier lines, and to transfer the seat of war from Virginia, to Maryland. Sixth.
To hurl upon Washington from Richmond a column of 200,000 troops.
By the capture of that city, the liberation of Baltimore and the invasion of the