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y Norris & Sons with 16 by 24-inch cylinders, four and a half feet wheels, and weighing about 38 tons. The "Job Terry," built by Hinckley & Co., cylinders 15 ½ by 20 inches, five feet driving-wheels, and 18 tons weight. The Orange and Alexandria Railroad drew a Rogers engine, the "President," (formerly had a likeness of Old Abe on it,) 16 by 22-inch cylinders, drivers five feet in height, and 26 tons weight. The "Red Bird," built by Smith & Jackson, 16-inch cylinder, with 22 inches stroke, and four and a half feet driving wheels, weight 26 tons. A "camel-back" burthen engine, Ross Winans, builder, cylinders 18 by 24 inches, and three and a half feet, eight wheels connected, weighing 38 tons. And to the lot of the Richmond and Danville Railroad fell the "Capt. Ferguson," built at the Lawrence Manufacturing Company, 15½ by 24-inch cylinders, four and a half feet wheels, and 26 tons in weight; and one with no name, built by Mason & Co., 16 by 22-inch cylinders, five feet drivers.