ho, having taken down its standard, have as yet substituted no State flag.
The "Alabama," it was believed, would salute the fort as she passed, but she failed to do so.
The Reinforcement of Fort McHenry.
The Baltimore American of yesterday gives the following account of the arrival of troops, already mentioned, to reinforce Fort McHenry:
The following are the names of the commissioned officers and the strength of the command:
Company H, Second Regiment of Artillery, Col. Horace Brooks commanding; Lieut. Tlis. C. Sullivan acting Adjutant; 1 sergeant, 4 corporals, 2 musicians, 2 artificers, 53 privates.
This corps was originally drafted from Governor's Island, New York, and for the past three years have been at Fort Leavenworth.
Company A, Light Artillery, Captain Wm. D. Barry commanding; Lieuts. John C. Tidball, Alex. J. Perry, Second Lieut. John N. Barrenger, 4 sergeants, 4 corporals, 2 artificers, 72 privates, 68 horses.
This company was drafted from Fort Mc