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Maryland Manual, 1925
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258 MARYLAND MANUAL.

No. 24. One Flag of Battery B, Maryland Light Artillery, organ-
ized at Baltimore and Pikesville in October, 1861, to serve three years
and known as "Snow's Battery."

No. 25. One Flag of Baltimore Battery, Light Artillery, Maryland
Volunteers, organized in Baltimore during the summer of 1862, and
known as "Alexander's."

Confederate Emblems.

No. 26. The Garrison Flag used by the Maryland Line at the
Camp of Hanover Junction during the winter of 1863-1864.

No. 27. Garrison Flag presented by Miss Lyle Clarke, of Balti-
more.

No. 28. One Flag of the First Maryland Infantry, organized at
.Harper's Ferry in May, 1861.

No. 29. One Flag of the Company A, First Maryland Infantry,
organized as the Frederick Volunteers on April 19, 1861, and originally
commanded by Captain Bradley T. Johnson.

No. 30. One Flag of Company H, First Maryland Infantry, pre-
sented by the ladies of Baltimore in August, 1861, at Fairfax Court
House, Va.

No. 31. Three Flags of the Second Maryland Infantry. One of
these Flags was presented by Mrs. William T. Thelin, of Baltimore;
two by Governors of the Maryland Line.

No. 32. One Flag of the Second Maryland Infantry and is be-
lieved to be the only Confederate Flag carried into the Federal lines
at Gettysburg without being lost.

No. 33. One Flag of Captain J. Lyle Clarke's Maryland Company
in the Twenty-first Virginia, mustered into service May 24, 1861, and
known as the "Maryland Guard."

No. 34. Two Flags of the First Maryland Cavalry, which served
from the summer of 1862 to the end at Appamatox. Its last division
commander testified that it made the last cavalry charge of the Army
of Northern Virginia, ad it rode out through the lines without sur-
rendering.

No. 35. One Flag of the Second Maryland Cavalry, commanded by
Lieutenant Colonel Harry Gilmor.

•No. 36. One Flag of the Third Maryland Artillery, mustered into
service on January 14, 1862, to serve during the war.

No. 37. Maryland State Flag, purchased by General John S.
Saunders, Adjutant General of Maryland, in January, 1901, for the
special use of the Governor of Maryland.

No. 38. Flag of the First Maryland Battalion Infantry, C. S. A.
Ill the battle of Hatcher's Run this Flag became a trophy of the 123rd
Ohio Regiment and was returned to the Slate of Maryland by Ohio in
1909.

No. 39. Guidon of Battery A, "First Maryland Volunteers, Federal
Army, partially destroyed at the Battle of Gaines Mills, Va., June 27,
1862, while its bearer was destroying ammunition to prevent its cap-
ture by the Confederate troops.

 

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