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[288] started to Texas the 1st of May, greatly exceeded anticipated length, and left no room for a number of others; but we expect to have out our July number by the 20th of June, and the omitted articles will have an early chance.

J. L. McCOWN, Dallas, Texas; will receive our thanks for a very accurate and beautifully-executed photograph of General Fitzhugh Lee, taken when we were there in March. Mr. McCown is an old Lexington (Va.) man, having learned his art with Miley; and we prize his work all the more because he was a gallant Confederate soldier and executed it con amore.

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