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A patriotic Nonagenerian.--Mrs. Nelly Applegate, (familiarly known as Aunt Nelly Applegate,) living in the upper part of Louisville, Ky., who, during the Revolutionary war, knit socks and made bandages for the soldiers, is now daily and nightly engaged in the same good work for the soldiers of the Union. Although in her ninety-first year, she is, mentally and physically, as sprightly as many of half her age.--Louisville Journal, Dec. 4.

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