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North Carolina troops. The forces of North Carolina, in large numbers, are said to be concentrated at Weldon, ready to advance, at a moment's warning, to any point in Virginia where their services may be needed.
ilroad connections with the Raleigh and Gaston Road, and by the completion of this, that link would give a connection by rail between Richmond and Branchville, on the road from Charleston to Augusta, entirely independent of that by Petersburg and Weldon. We understand that there remains only about nineteen miles of moderate grading, with very little masonry, to be done; that the bridge over the Roanoke is ready for the superstructure; that the heavy embankments across the low land of that ruccess will speedily crown the efforts of our gallant army; but it is certainly the part of wisdom to prepare for a long and arduous struggle. It we shall have to pass through such a trial, and any calamity shall befall the road from Richmond to Weldon, this short road would prove of incalculable advantage, as it would be the route over which troops and munitions of war between Montgomery and Richmond would be transported. Even without such accident to the other line, this road would be of ess