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To the citizens of Baltimore-Town.

Samuel Chase

To the citizens of Baltimore-Town.

After a public enquiry, by witnesses on oath which fully satisfied my judgment that certain persons, in this town, had been guilty of acts of violence that amounted to a riot, I issued a warrant to arrrest the persons, and to bring them before me, to be dealt with as the law directs ..

by Samuel Chase

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Published by Printed by James Angell & Paul J. Sullivan in [Baltimore .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Stodderd, David, -- 1748-1806.,
  • Criminal justice, Administration of -- Maryland -- Baltimore.,
  • Crime -- Maryland -- Baltimore.,
  • Baltimore (Md.) -- Riot, 1794.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 26762.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 sheet ([1] p.)
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14560635M

    first book brought the records up to the time Baltimore Town ceased to exist, covering a period from to , in which latter year the City began life as an incorporated institution. The historical thread is now picked up at the incorporation, and runs through the affairs of the City of Baltimore from to First book printed and published in Baltimore: The Detection of The Conduct and Proceedings of Messrs. Annan and Henderson,.Baltimore-Town, was printed by Nicholas Hasselbach, a German. Source: The preface to this work is dated Febru and survives only through a unique copy found in the Garrett Library at John Hopkins University. Maryland’s State Constitution, Among the Oldest in Use Today 6. Guest Constitutional Scholar Essayists, 90 in 90 , Blog, Gary Porter Guest Constitutional Scholar Essayists, - State and Local Government, 9.   On Decem , Sergeant John Hardman of the Edward Veazey's Seventh Independent Company arrived at a public prison in Baltimore Town with captured British soldiers. [1] He was there escorting the British prisoners from Philadelphia. That night, Hardman ordered a "bowl of toddy" for the prisoners. Toddy, a popular drink originally adopted by the British, consisted of rum,.


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To the citizens of Baltimore-Town: After a public enquiry, by witnesses on oath which fully satisfied my judgment that certain persons, in this town, had been guilty of acts of violence that amounted to a riot, I issued a warrant to arrest the persons, and to bring them before me, to be dealt with as the law directs.

THE MIGRATIONS OF BALTIMORE TOWN. I have wondered that so little is known of Baltimore previous to Indeed a recent historian states that, "no living man could tell with any degree of certainty where the County Seat of Baltimore County was first located." People are usually fond of. To the citizens of Baltimore-Town.: After a public enquiry, by witnesses on oath which fully satisfied my judgment that certain persons, in this town, had been guilty of acts of violence that amounted to a riot, I issued a warrant to arrest the persons, and to bring them before me, to be dealt with as the law directs.

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