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BALTIMORE, MD., January 12, 1865.

6.]

Colonel LEWIS B. PARSONS:

Gray says he and Lough will meet you at Colubmus or Cincinnati. foffran can go with you, if desired.

W. P. SMITH.

RAILROAD NEAR BENWOOD, January 12, 1865.

7.]

Captain ARTHUR EDWARDS,

Assistant Quartermaster, or

Captain L. S. METCALF,

Assistant Quartermaster, Saint Louis, Mo.:

Can Captain Edwards, with Mr. Downs and Hendrick, meet me at Louisville day after to-morrow in case I telegraph for them to do so? Answer cae of General Allen, Louisville, and Captain Lewis, of Cincinnati.

LEWIS B. PARSONS,

Colonel and Chief of Rail and River Transportation.

SAINT LOUIS, MO., January 13, 1865.

8.]

Colonel LEWIS B. PARSONS,

Quartermaster:

(Care of General R. Allen, chief quarteramster.)

We can meet you any place you may direct.

ARTHUR EDWARDS,

Captain and Assistant Quartermaster.

Received at Louisville, Ky., 10 a.m. January 14, 1865.

RAILROAD NEAR CAMERON, VA., January 12, 1865.

9.]

Mr. JEWETT,

President Ohio Central Railroad, or

Mr. CALDWELL,

Superintendent, Zanesville, Ohio:

Could not Mr. Caldwell come out a few miles on this enving's train to consult with me about a matter of importance to the Government and your road?

LEWIS B. PARSONS,

Colonel and Chief of Rail and River Transportation.

ZENSVILLE, OHIO, January 12, 1865.

10.]

Colonel LEWIS B. PARSONS:

Your dispatch received too late for me to meet you on the road. If you wish I can see you here, when train arrives.

D. W. CALDWELL.

Received at Bellaire 8 p.m. January 12.