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irmishing, and final the rebels came on in force, Gens. Banks and Ransom being upon the field. Franklin was sent for, but before he came up the rebel successes had been great. They made desperate chin mass, and were desperately resisted The losses on both sides were frightful. Finally, after Franklin had come up, the Federal force was driven back three and a half miles, but the enemy were checkighest interest. It is an original pen and ink sketch, by Victor Huge of the house occupied by Franklin, in Passy, near Paris, in 1778. The sketch is accompanied by an autograph letter from the donoemplars.' His white hair was flowing on his shoulders, and I said to him 'You wear your hair as Franklin used to do, and you look like him.' He answered me, smiling, 'This may be on account of the neinted out to me a house which could be seen from his garden. 'It is there,' said he to me, 'that Franklin lived in 1778.' I sketched that house, which is now pulled down. This is this drawing. I thin