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bed. Our Government clerks were opposed to Montgomery because it was so crowded; they do not like Richmond for the same reason. Old gentlemen from the country go to the city and return, after having their sides elbowed sore and their hats crushed, with pitiful tales of large crowds. Muggins goes into the post office for a letter and comes out with a hole in his coat and his miraculous necktie under one ear: he complains of a crowd. But none of these have been to Hubball's Hotel. When Count Cavour came up to Paris to the Peace Congress, and Victor Emanuel was there with the pretty Princess Chloraide, and Count de Morny and several Russian gentlemen with "ski's" to the end of their names, there comes a crowd for you. But it didn't compare with Hubball's Hotel go-night. Every nook and cranny is filled with heavy sleepers. The passages are covered with blankers, on which are stretched slumbering soldiers. The benches outside even are occupied, and, cold as it is, one contented fell