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unequalled by any others of the large company. The notabilities did not keep together or dance together, but mingled freely with the crowd. Some of the distinguished people were conspicuous from their absence. Neither Secretary Stanton, Chief Justice Chase, Senator Sprague nor Mrs. Sprague were present. These absentees were noted, and the political bearings of the fact discussed. Indeed, every incident had its political significance in the opinion of many. Because Senator Sumner escorted Mrs. Lincoln, it was presumed that the President had endorsed his reconstruction theories.--Because Captain Robert Lincoln escorted Miss Harlan, it was supposed that Senator Harlan is to go into the Cabinet.--People said that Chase and Sprague stayed away because Surveyor Wakeman had been confirmed. Politicians now catch at such straws. A nod from Mrs. Lincoln is considered equivalent to an appointment. This suggests a few words about the gossip of the ball. As Andy Johnson passed, a g