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Mrs. Lincoln and her husband. --A writer in the Nashville Banner is publishing a series of Sketches of "The Yankee Capital, from the Fall of Fort Sumter to the Battle of Manassas." From the third number of the series, which describes the condition of the city immediately after the Baltimore attack upon the Massachusetts regi
ghtful because founded upon the basis of fear and trepidation — was inaugurated.
Of all the Black Republican family, there was but one brave member.
That was Mrs. Lincoln.
She was not at all appalled.
Whilst her husband cringed and cowered with apprehension, she stood firm as a rock, and abused the whole concern.
They were al th a lofty air. She rode out in the afternoon in her carriage, unattended.
She stood, her ground, in a word, with the courage of St. George, and the Dragon to boot, and came out of the ordeal, a fortnight later, when troops arrived, and mob gave way to martial law, looking healthier and heartier than ever.
Bravo, Mrs. Lincoln!