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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 2. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Resources of the Confederacy in February, 1865. (search)
omptly. December 18th--Major Love, Charlotte, North Carolina: Shipped one car load corn to-day. December 19th--Captain Francis, Augusta, Georgia: Seven car loads went forward last night. Seven car loads remain. Will go forward as soon as posr loads corn leave here to-day by special messenger; more on the way; will be forwarded on arrival. December 23d--Captain Francis, Augusta, Georgia: Twenty-five (25) car loads corn here will be shipped to-morrow. Cause of delay reported in lettelroad from Augusta, over which two passenger trains per day are run, and no freight train on Sunday. December 24--Captain Francis: Quartermaster has promised to ship fifty-six car loads corn this week. December 29--Captain Francis: Four thousaCaptain Francis: Four thousand three hundred and sixty sacks corn left yesterday for Commissary Department in Virginia, 1,254 sacks leave to-morrow. December 26--John S. Cole, Special Messenger: Thirteen car loads corn for Commissary Department detained here six days waitin