Cowardin, J.A. & Hammersley Daily dispatch. [Vol. 19, no. 114 (May 18, 1861)]
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Reported Obstruction of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad near Harper's Ferry, A Resolution in Reference to a day of Fasting and Prayer by Congress of the Confederate States, Mr. Seward's Definition of Treason.
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