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n to Virginia again, at General Breckinridge's instance, I took the bundle of reports, abovementioned, out of the case in which I had carried it from Richmond to Charlotte, and (leaving all the other books and papers of the War Office stored in a warehouse in Charlotte, where they were found by the Federals and transferred to the BCharlotte, where they were found by the Federals and transferred to the Bureau of Rebel archives in Washington), brought it on my person back to Virginia.
In May or June, 1865, not long after I reached Albemarle county, Virginia, an order was published by, I think, General Halleck, requiring all Confederate documents to be turned in, on pain of being severely dealt with.
Before complying with this oy.
Raleigh Mills600lbs, per day.
Richmond Mills (in a few weeks)1,500lbs, per day.
Total7,600lbs, per day.
There is besides a private mill at Charlotte, North Carolina, and an excellent mill belonging to the Navy Department at Columbia, South Carolina.
The products could be nearly doubled by running the mills day and n