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Chapter 2: Lee's invasion of Maryland and Pennsylvania. The opposing armies compared ho
and flocks and store-houses of more fruitful Maryland and Pennsylvania.
To this necessity the Ri nment, the conspirators ordered Lee to invade Maryland and Pennsylvania again.
So early as the 28th counteract the contingency of an invasion of Maryland and Pennsylvania by the rebel hordes.
Mr. Ba The National authorities, as well as those of Maryland and Pennsylvania, had, meanwhile, become thor aggregate of one hundred thousand militia.
Maryland was called upon for 10,000 men; Pennsylvania, , 25,000; New Jersey, 3,000; Delaware, 2,000; Maryland, 5,000.
A patriotic appeal of Governor Bradf lso, says Professor Jacobs (Rebel Invasion of Maryland and Pennsylvania, page 10), who were
Pennsy t they were pleased to call the deliverers of Maryland.
lines of intrenchments, with redoubts, were Potomac! --see Dr. Jacobs's Rebel invasion of Maryland and Pennsylvania, page 43, and Swinton's Camp [5 more...]