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The Maryland line in the Confederate Army. By General. B. T. Johnson. The prevailing idea among the Marylanders, who went South to join their fortunes with those of the Confederate States, was to concentrate themselves into one body, commanded by their own officers, carrying the flag of the State, and to be called the Maryland
erve for the war, and to be attached to and form part of the Maryland Line.
By command of the Secretary of War. Samuel W. Melton, Major and A. A. G. Colonel Bradley T. Johnson.
I joined the army on July 2d, but—as, in the graphic language of General Ewell, This is no time for swapping horses—I did not get my command to whi ishment of two camps, in which Marylanders could be collected and organized.
The one at Hanover Junction to be called Camp Howard, under the command of Colonel Bradley T. Johnson, with the troops then under his command, and a new rendezvous at Staunton, to be called Camp Maryland, under Major-General Arnold Elzey.
This order and