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Two (2) telegrams from Montpelier, Vermont to Burlington, Vermont concerning the Confederate raid on St. Albans, Vermont from Canada. Messages are to the arming of the Militia under Colonel Redfield Proctor and Invalid Corps to halt the invasion. One is from Governor J. Gregory Smith, the other from Adjutant & Inspector General Peter T. Washburn. Both are addressed to Carolus Noyes, who was one of the Selectmen of Burlington, Vermont.
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