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ery different reception. Having always been welcomed with warm hearts and open arms to the best place at the Southern land they are intensely astonished that, when they undertook to save their quondam entertainers all trouble by helping themselves to whatever they had, they have not fared as well as when they left them the privilege of inviting their guests. Their complaints are various and uttered with a plaintive yelp, like log who has gone in quest of bones and encountered a brickbat. Corcoran, for example, who is at present occupying a commodities call in South Carolina, is distressed that received no spiritual consolation in Richmond. The prisoners in New Orleans are mostly outraged that the ladies are not permitted to visit them. Whilst others who have gone North from Richmond have filled the incredulous ear of the Northern multitude with the most astounding tales of the barbarities practised upon them in this city. It is needless to say that there is not a particle of trut