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The Daily Dispatch: October 19, 1861., [Electronic resource] 7 1 Browse Search
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occurred. On the 7th of September, the War Department took possession of the road, and made a requisition upon Major C. Wallace, President of the East Tennessee and Georgia railroad, to work the same, if possible. The position was unsought by Major Wallace; but, with that self-sacrificing devotion he has ever exhibited in the cause of the South, he accepted the responsible trust. There was great wisdom manifested in his selection. It is no disparagement to others to state, that he is ocharge of his new duties, his superintendent, upon whom he greatly relied, met with a serious accident, which deprived Maj. Wallace of his valuable services. Notwithstanding these difficulties, he not only succeeded in promptly removing all the detae "accumulation of freight at Knoxville and Chattanooga," it is not true that soldiers' clothing had been detained. --Major Wallace, notwithstanding the more than double labor imposed on him, made it his special business to see that soldiers' clothi