, to which we have already referred as the largest, is also the most complete; one-half of it forms the Kentucky stall, presided over by the Lady De Hoghton and Mrs. Oliver, and the other half of the Tennessee stall, at which the Lady M. Beresford Hope and Mrs. F. Hull presided.
Various flags--Confederate and British--are dis be found the most attractive, not only from their position, but also from the great variety of their contents. "Kentucky" is kept by the lady De Hoghton and Mrs. G. W. Oliver.--Among its exhibitions is a doll house, five feet eight inches high, valued at seventy pounds. We noticed, also, a very elegant silver centre piece, which had been designed by Mrs. Oliver.
The design consisted of a tripod base, from which springs a palmetto tree, supporting the glass.
At the base of the stem is a figure representing the Confederate States draped in the flag of the Confederacy, and holding in her hands the emblems of Faith, Hope and Charity.
On the reverse side is a