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honest admiration of the Old Dominion. But when the war began, Brooks, like such multitudes of our quondam Northern friends, disappointedun, and it begun and moved on in a different manner from that which Brooks and the rest of the North anticipated. Expeditions up the James river did not prosper. Wilton, the old estate of Mrs. Brooks, remained in Confederate hands. Even its chicken coops, and those of the neighbofully on its frowning sides, whilst beneath their sheltering shades Brooks, John Van Buren & Co., gentle shepherds, sat and piped strains of hother devils, and the end of that man is worse than the beginning. Brooks is not only a red-hot war man again, but he has become a rampant Abician is enough to corrupt even the best of the sons of Adam, which Brooks hardly ever was. Of all the hopeless prostitutes on the face of theo Magdalen Asylum could ever reclaim such to virtue and propriety. Brooks has long been one of the most besotted followers of that hideous vo