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d Weldon railroad, one smaller one, three quarters of a mile of trestle, besides 43 small or pieces and wooden culverts. He tore up the track and burned the trestle work (of which there was very little, and no important bridge) on 9 miles of the Selma road, which being built with a light rail is more easily straightened than the heavy rails used on the Mobile and Ohio road. On the Southern (Vicksburg) road, he tore up about three miles of track, and burned a few bridges, and but little t3 days after Sherman's army left Meridian.--and four days of the above time was lost by heavy rains — so that the work was actually accomplished in 25½ working days; and, in fact, the Mobile and Ohio road was in working order four days before the Selma road was ready to connect with it. As late as last week the Southern road was not yet in running order. In addition to the destruction effected by Sherman's Army Gens Smith and Grierson passed over thirty-two miles of the Mobile and Ohio roa