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A Compliment.

--A lady of Charleston has sent to Mr. Edmund Ruflin a beautiful device in Palmetto, most ingeniously wrought, encircling a photographic likeness of General Beauregard. On an accompanying card is inscribed ‘"To an aged patriot, whose love of country is only equalled by his gallantry in defending it."’

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