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nement of manners. They were feted and caressed by the merchant princes of the great commercial metropolis. The daughter won the heart of the gallant son of Henry Grinnell, the generous and noble-hearted merchant of New York who has been, and is now, the unflinching and dauntless friend of the South, and who has defied the Lincoonstant companion day and night of that angel of mercy, in her ministrations to the dying and wounded soldiers in the Crimean war. On her return to England young Grinnell met her in London, and they were married, where they settled, enjoying all the luxuries and elegancies of life, which the princely wealth of their fathers could ffected simplicity. "After leaving New York," said she, "I returned to England and went with Florence Nightingale to the Crimea. On my return home I married Mr. Grinnell, and on the breaking out of the war in America, my husband avowed his determination to link his fortunes with the South; and I accompanied him. He soon raised