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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 2. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Resources of the Confederacy in February, 1865. (search)
Great difficulty in procuring cars from Augusta. Fifteen car loads corn went forward last night from Americus for Major Claiborne. Fifteen loaded will go to-day from Montgomery and Marshalville. Shipped to-day 1,000 sacks to Major Claiborne. OnMajor Claiborne. On the twentieth will ship 2,000 sacks more from here; also shipped 1,000 bushels peas to Major Claiborne. December 16--Major Allen: Transportation agents lean to Quartermaster and not to Commissary Department. Have arranged for eight cars per dayMajor Claiborne. December 16--Major Allen: Transportation agents lean to Quartermaster and not to Commissary Department. Have arranged for eight cars per day, &c. December 29--H. Cranston, Augusta, Georgia: From 21st to 28th instant, 4,888 sacks corn went forward. From the foregoing you will note that the movement of corn for this department has been large and continued actively during the month nearly 50,000 bushels existed between the amount shipped by Major Allen, at Columbus, Georgia, and that received by Major Claiborne, at Richmond, which up to this time has never been accounted for. Early in December I advised you that we were no