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The crowds who congregate at the Depot

are implored by every consideration of humanity and fellow feeling for suffering men, to fall back and keep out of the way of those who are hastening to remove the wounded from the cars. Obstructions are thus thrown in the way, which make the work of one hour occupy three, and for so long protract the weariness and pains of mangled and way worn men. As there are corpses, too, on every train, the ill-timed levity of boys and thoughtless men should be discouraged by ever sober-minded person present. Indeed, if all who have no business there would stay away, it would be a great deal better.

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