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We have been permitted to see a very beautiful lace cape of the description known as point applique, which has been recently presented by Mrs. Vernon, of New Orleans, to Mrs. President Davis. The article is Mrs. Vernon's own fair handiwork, and is, as we are informed, the first fabric of this difficult and costly description ever made in this country. This cape is her first essay, and was made from patterns sent from France.--Its admirable execution is the more to be commended as the work of a Southern lady, whose position and accomplishments have led her to undertake this task simply as a matter of taste and personal regard for the lady to whom it was presented.