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Conscripting railroad employees. The Presidents of the Richmond and Petersburg and Richmond and Fredericksburg Railroads a few days since presented to Congress a most sensible remonstrance against the indiscriminate conscription of railroad employees, and replacing them with disabled soldiers. This remonstrance is endorsed by the Presidents of the Wilmington and Weldon, Wilmington and Manchester, and other roads of the Confederacy. The following is an extract from this remonstrance: It is the idle dream of theorists and declaimers to substitute disabled soldiers, or others incapable of military service for men educated for, and employed in, these pursuits. The simplest of them requires far more peculiar skill and experience than the inexperienced can be made to understand. And nothing is more certain than that men unfit for military service are wholly unfit for the employment on railroads. Actual experience has established this beyond doubt. This blind zeal to put ever