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tributed somewhat to the good feeling which prevails. Hark! This from the company quarters: Her golden hair in ringlets fair; Her eyes like diamonds shining; Her slender waist, her carriage chaste, Left me, poor soul, a pining. But let the night be e'er so dark, Or e'er so wet and rainy, I will return safe back again To the girl I left behind me. From another quarter, in the rich brogue of the Celt, we have: Did you hear of the widow Malone, Ohone! Who lived in the town of Athlone, Alone? Oh! she melted the hearts Of the swains in those parts; So lovely the widow Malone, Ohone! So lovely the widow Malone. October, 10 Mr. Strong, the chaplain, has a prayer meeting in the adjoining tent. His prayers and exhortations fill me with an almost irresistible inclination to close my eyes and shut out the vanities, cares, and vexatious of the world. Parson Strong is dull, but he is very industrious, and on secular days devotes his physical and mental powers to the wo