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Houston (Mississippi, United States) (search for this): article 2
A Spirited lady. --In Houston, Texas, recently, a man remarked before Mrs. T , the mother-in-law of Judge Terry, of California, that "the South would be whipped." The old lady sprang to her feet, "Never, never!" said she. "Before that time comes, I will volunteer and go to the war myself!"
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A Spirited lady. --In Houston, Texas, recently, a man remarked before Mrs. T , the mother-in-law of Judge Terry, of California, that "the South would be whipped." The old lady sprang to her feet, "Never, never!" said she. "Before that time comes, I will volunteer and go to the war myself!"
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A Spirited lady. --In Houston, Texas, recently, a man remarked before Mrs. T , the mother-in-law of Judge Terry, of California, that "the South would be whipped." The old lady sprang to her feet, "Never, never!" said she. "Before that time comes, I will volunteer and go to the war myself!"