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oo ill to be spoken to on any subject; he was under the influence of anodynes, etc, etc. She then drove to the house of Mr. Chase, who had been for many years at the bar with her husband, and on most friendly terms. The servant replied pompously that Mr. Chase never saw company at that hour. She then sent for Miss C. The daughter very politely regretted that her father could not be seen until the next day at ten. She could do nothing but return to the hotel for another night of suspense. Nspirit not soothed by her countrywoman, she passed on to the street, got into a carriage, and proceeded to the house of Mr. Chase. It was ten o'clock-surely there could be no obstacle now. He soon entered-she introduced herself and her subject. Myour son is in the rebel camp; I think that you cannot get a passport. She then, in a state of despair, exclaimed, Oh, Mr. Chase, he is the son of your old acquaintance, Mr.--! He was at once touched. Are you his widow? Yes. But how came your s