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Kissing by A regiment.--The Webster (Mass.) Times relates the following incident of the return of the Sixth regiment:--The engine halted for water at the North Village, and as the girls in Slater's mills had congregated upon the lawn, between the mill and the railroad track, the soldiers flocked from the cars and occupied the few minutes of the halt in most prolonged and indiscriminate kissing, to which the blushing girls submitted with a commendable and becoming grace.

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