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sent time, when everything is scarce and hard to get, it is surprising how the hotel-keepers of Richmond keep up their tables in the style which they do. With regard to one of them, the "Spotswood," we will say that, with the exception of the luxury of fresh salt-water fish, which cannot be had, there is scarcely any difference in the manner in which it is conducted now than there was before the war.--A practical test justifies us in saying that it is equal, to say the least, to any other hotel in the South, and persons visiting Richmond for pleasure or business should make their time as agreeable as possible by stopping at this well-kept establishment. Its enterprising proprietors, Messrs. Corkery & Betts, as well as the superintendent of the dining room, Mr. Sherry, have be superiors in their departments, and, devoting their whole attention to the business, the guests of the hotel are not long in finding out that they have selected the most comfortable stopping place in the city.