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. During the conversation which followed, Mrs. Grey learned that as a battle was imminent at the had been quite lost sight of by the others, Mrs. Grey being far too sorrowful, and Nelly, in spiteer some message, for she began, Mars——, when Mrs. Grey started up suddenly, saying,— Oh, Winnie,y walked up and down for a few moments. But Mrs. Grey still seemed ill at ease, and soon returnedas brought to the house. While nursing him, Mrs. Grey learned that he was a private in the regimen employment. Her wages, added to the little Mrs. Grey could earn by her needle, kept them from abting pleasantly upon the vine-shaded gallery, Mr. Grey rode into the yard upon a strong-looking whitthe white clasp of the rich man of the North, Mr. Grey lost nothing by comparison. Colonel——having rolling of her eyes toward them, which made Mrs. Grey uneasy and quite prepared her for what follole bones mity sore sleepina on dem shucks. Mr. Grey, finding that the old creature's grievance wa[40 mor