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Seizure of trains.

Nashville, July 5.
--The up and down passenger trains on the Louisville and Nashville Railroad were seized this morning at Camp Truesdale, near Mitchellville, by order of Maj. Gen. Anderson, and both brought to this city.

The managers had taken all the engines and rolling stock, except a few cars, to Louisville Against this policy we had remonstrated, and this seizure was a necessity to protect ourselves.

Gen.Anderson informed the agent here that no further seizures would be made, and that trains should pass uninterrupted.

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