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o River. There was no organized force to resist this; none to protect Cincinnati. Major-General Lewis Wallace, at that time in command of the city, promptly commenced the organization of a citizecalled forth for them the sympathy of the citizens who witnessed it. Some of these informed General Wallace of this conduct, and remonstrated against it. He condemned it, and for the purpose of proteortifications near Newport and Covington, and will be obeyed accordingly. By order of Major-General Lew. Wallace. T. C. Elston, Jr., A. D. C. Upon assuming the command, September fourth, I organ them, with blows and imprecations, dragged to the nearest cells. I reported the matter to General Wallace, and bore from him to Mayor Hatch, a peremptory order prohibiting the arrest of any coloredhe city, when, for some unknown reason — perhaps because it was thought that the removal of General Wallace from the command had annulled his orders — the police, a third time, began arresting the co