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 The lecture gave the liveliest satisfaction to all who heard it, many crowded forward to take the distinguished soldier by the hand, and all seemed delighted. Our brief stay was rendered very pleasant by the kind courtesies of Mr.Saunders and Mrs. Saunders, at whose pleasant house we staid, and the calls of a number of old soldiers and other friends. The next morning we were off for
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