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at 3:30 A. M., but even at that hour found Colonel Moses White and Professor W. G. McAdoo at the depot to give us a cordial welcome and comfortable quarters.

The day was most pleasantly spent receiving calls from prominent citizens, driving around the city, inspecting the beautiful ‘model farm’ of Mr. Dickerson, viewing the ground over which Longstreet's brave men made their fruitless charge, and visiting other points of interest in this busy, thriving city.

At night an audience, variously estimated at from six to eight hundred of Knoxville's best people, assembled to hear General Lee's address on ‘Chancellorsville,’ and gave him hearty and appreciative applause.

We bore away cherished recollections of Knoxville, and had a very pleasant trip by Rome, Ga., and Calera, to

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