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federate States will show themselves to be utterly blind to me true interests of he country, if they do not take immediate steps to complete the railroad between Keysville and Clarksville. It was a wise policy, doubtless, for the Confederate Government to pass a law for the extention of the Richmond and Danville Railroad to Greens, easy, cheap remedy.--No. not a remedy: there is a prevention, cheap, easy, sure, if the State or Confederate Government will do their duty. The distance from Keysville, on the Dasville Railroad, to Clarksville, the terminus of the Roanoke Velley Railroad, is only 21 miles. The connecting line of railroad is more than half finisso finished. At the Keysville terminus, 10 miles of road-bed is ready for laying track. Three miles is already laid with the best T rail — The whole route from Keysville to Clarksville is cleared of timber, and abundant still are cut and sessored, and lying all along the line, ready for use. The only hilly and rugged portion of t