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seless) words were added, which can be easily detected. The message was sent as follows: Washington, D. C., July 15, 1863. A. H. Caldwell, Cipher-operator, General Meade's Headquarters: Blonde bless of who no optic to get an impression 1 madison-square Brown cammer Toby ax the have turnip me Harry bitch rustle silk adrian counsel locust you another only of children serenade flea Knox county for wood that awl ties get hound who was war him suicide on for was please village large bat Bunyan give sigh incubus heavy Norris on trammeled cat knit striven without if Madrid quail upright martyr Stewart man much bear since ass skeleton tell the oppressing Tyler monkey. Bates. Brilliant and conspicuous service was rendered by the cipher-operators of the War Department in translating One of Grant's field-telegraph stations in 1864 This photograph, taken at Wilcox Landing, near City Point, gives an excellent idea of the difficulties under which telegraphing was done at the fron