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larly, to one of their number whom they called Clara. She was a slight, fair girl of seventeen, anrs a servant entered with the message, "Miss. Clara's Masant for her, Mas Willie's come," and in an instant "Clara's Willie has come," was echoed from lip to lip of the mischievous group until poor Clara was crimsoned with confusion Sweet girl, it was the first time that Willie had been to the co return to his post, called at Mrs. -- to bid Clara farewell, and the poor girl, after his departue of the girls, with the intention of cheering Clara, began to tease her; and remarked, "Never mindany one's countenance as there suddenly was on Clara's. Her cheeks crimsoned, her eyes flashed, andbrow. During the days of the battle, poor Clara watched the conflict from the battery, and scaturned her to a marble statue. I was with Clara again on the happy day on which the Confederatalled to the battle for our rights I know that Clara will bid him go, even if in the struggle her h[3 more...]