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The Daily Dispatch: March 10, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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of the several deceased for burial by their families or friends. Another disaster — a sad Romance. The Knoxville (Tenn.) Register, of the 28th ult., says: An accident occurred on Wednesday evening, on the E. T. & Ga Railroad, by which several persons were injured--one fatally.--The train which was bringing the 23d Alabama regiment to this city, ran off the track a few miles this side of Cleveland, wrecking the train badly. A girl, in uniform, who was with the soldiers without revealing her sex, but who did not belong to this regiment, was sitting on the platform of one of the cars, and had her legs so badly crushed that stipulation was necessary, and both were taken off, but without swell; and death put an end to her suffering at night. She gave her name as Lilly White, and told a sad story of woman's wrongs. She had misguided herself in male attire, and joined this regiment with the expectation of finding her deceiver, who is in the army, and avenging her shame.