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the French lender, de l'audace, encore de l'audace, toujours de l'audace. In the old Army Gen Stuart was always popular. He was universally known under the pleasant nickname of "Beauty Stuart," Stuart," as reflecting upon his personal appearance; but the irony was not happy, for on horseback, at the head of his column, there are fewer their looking men than our General. His expression is trunk and an the social circle his manners are engaging and his conversation fertile and suggestive. Gen Stuart married a daughter of Philip St. George Cooke, Colonel of the Second Dragoons, in the United Ss now a General, and was under Cinilan when siege was laid to Richmond. It was said that one of Stuart's objects in the Pamunkey expedition was to take his father-in-law prisoner. At the age of nineteen Gen. Stuart became a communicant in the Protestant Episcopal Church, and his religious profession has always been consistent and faithful. He is not lest constant in prayer than watchful up