Maryland: 1862. unbound. 1 page, 9.25 x 8 inches, Maryland, September 10, 1862. Loveland's original Grand Jury indictment against him for treason, with charges printed in great detail, outlining the battle in Maryland. This important historical document is signed by Frederick County, MD State's Attorney, John Lynch. Chipping along the edges, light repairs along the folds, and damp-staining; good condition.
Confederate sympathizer who attempted to seize the Maryland State House with an armed group of over 1000 men on September 10, 1862. Loveland was intercepted outside the city of Baltimore where fighting broke out with Federal forces. He was shot three times but survived and was then indicted in Frederick County for treason against Maryland. He was later convicted and sentenced to death under Lincoln.