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Grant's bill of fare. --It is said that Grant expects to eat his Fourth of July dinner in Richmond. We should not be surprised if he did. If such should be the case, the following will be the bill of fare: 4 oz Confederate bacon. ½ cup of peas 1 corn dodger. James river water ad libitum. Dessert.--One corn-cob pipe filled with Roanoke tobacco, and reelections on the uncertainly of human affairs. This collation will be served at the Hotel de Libby.-- Macon Confederate
The Fourth of July. About two years ago the Yankees boasted that they would celebrate their 4th of July in Richmond. Their Grand Army, headed by the ablest of their Generals, was then on the same spot it now occupies. They are again full of prophecy and patriotism. Grant, who celebrated his last 4th in Vicksburg, will celebrate the next 4th in Richmond !--Perhaps so! But the Scripture saith: "Let not him that putteth on his harness boast himself like him that taketh it off."