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Mrs. Stowe.

--Mrs. Harriet Betcher Stowe writes to the editors of the New York Independent to say that the ‘"agitations and mental excitement resulting from the war"’ have compelled her to quit writing stories for the present. ‘"Who," ’ she asks, ‘"can write fictions in times like these, when fact is so imperious and terrible!"’ She expects to resume soon, however.

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