"Safe In," Semi-Weekly Telegraph, 13 November 1865, 3.
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SAFE IN.—Captain Atwood's train, consisting mostly of Danes and Swedes, and Captain Henson Walker's train, bringing English folks, got into the city on Wednesday evening. Walker's train stopped over night in the vicinity of Sugar House ward, while Atwood's company moved on to Emigration Square at once. Counsellors Hardy and Little with assistants, were promptly on the ground distributing provisions and other comforts, which were gratefully received.
Yesterday morning Walker's train rolled on to the Square. At the time of our leaving, Bishop Hardy and other gentlemen were busily engaged in preparation for their kindly reception.