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What the Yankees Expected. It is related that when Ole Bull gave his first concert at Natchez, while his glory was yet in its first freshness, on the occasion of his first visit to America, an old planter living in the neighborhood was so carri
oon show you how to work the wires." How he succeeded history does not tell; but as we have heard of no ebony rival of Ole Bull in that quarter, the inference is quite fair that he did not succeed at all.
The generation of Yankee correspondence that they could teach all Yankeedom how to do it as easily as the planter taught his darkey how to handle the bow like Ole Bull.--Doubtless that great instructor in the art magical was greatly disappointed when he failed to make his pupil handle the bow like Ole Bull, but not more than the Yankee instructors in the art military usually are, when their last piece of strategy follows in the footsteps of all the rest, and turns out, like General Grant himself, to be neither more no less than a giga