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t of its soiled appearance, addressed to Miss Lizzie Taylor, Post-office Box --, Philadelphia, whichident he had written several, including one to Taylor's sister, which were only waiting to be mailedused to be written a letter addressed to Miss Lizzie Taylor, at her post-office box in Philadelphia,nto the cozy little parlor, that she was Miss Lizzie Taylor, and presumed he was Mr. La Grange, withHarry is strong and brave, I know, answered Miss Taylor, rather admiringly; but brother Robert is n sacredly guarded, and handed it to her. Miss Taylor read the hastily written lines with evident little note concerning the photographs. Miss Taylor excused herself for a moment to convey the ellently. An hour or two was passed with Miss Taylor in conversation upon various topics which mfter the embezzlement, and while at St. Louis, Taylor had telegraphed to his brother Robert to meet ning himself or his brother. My son left Miss Taylor's hospitable home with a pang of regret for[2 more...]