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the deck of the Trent steamer, slap the face of the unfortunate Lieut Fairfax? Commander Williams, that gallant tar, who suffered such ago papers, said this briny Bayard, described her as having slapped Mr. Fairfax's face. She did strike Mr. Fairfax-but she did not do it with tMr. Fairfax-but she did not do it with the vulgarity of gesture which has been attributed to her. In her agony, she did strike him in the face three times. And what does Commandeance and grace which are at least rare in the Prize Ring. O happy Fairfax, to be so struck by such little knuckles! 0 fortunate mariner, if— see her going through the preliminary gesticulations before poor Fairfax! It is a subject for a picture. It should be put upon canvas, and athlete, should be the central figure of the piece. Then poor Mr. Fairfax, looking sheepish, prepared for punishment, with hit me again, w really do next. And finally, a companion-piece might represent Mr. Fairfax reporting his dishonor to Commodore Wilkes, with this motto: