Meaning: the largest city in Maryland; a major seaport and industrial center
We lived in Baltimore.
Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore,
The place that he fled from was called North Point, Baltimore county.
I sailed from Baltimore for St. Michael's in the sloop Amanda, Captain Edward Dodson.
Besides these, he had eight brothers and sisters living in Baltimore and elsewhere, under the yoke.
Referring to an application that had been made to him from Baltimore, I wrote: "Sustain Baltimore if practicable.
On that evening a stranger who might have chanced to be in Baltimore could not have gained admission for love or money into the great hall.
The route lay through Indianapolis, Dayton, Cleveland, Columbus, Buffalo, Albany, New York, Trenton, Philadelphia, and Baltimore, to Washington.
BALTIMORE, October 3. The president of the Gun Club has the honor to inform his colleagues that, at the meeting of the 5th instant, he will bring before them a communication of an extremely interesting nature.
Two other days elapsed, and Virginia passed her ordinance of secession, and two days thereafter the citizens of Baltimore resisted the passage of troops through that city on their way to make war upon the Southern States.