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stroll in the second district, without seeing much that was cheerful in that once lively quarter.--"He missed," he says, "the flowers and the joyous sports of children, which used to make it so pleasant and attractive to the idle stroller." The Picayune man has found something and on the levee. He says: A walk on the leves, the grand quay, the grand reception, the great concentration, that was, of the citizens and inhabitants of nine-tenths of the commercial world, at this time presents behooved not the maids to waste their sweetness on those who have ignored every call of honor and duty and basely remained at home. That, as the brave were making sacrifices, the coward should be shown how the absent can be remembered. The Picayune describes the Union meeting of Saturday night as large and enthusiastic, but neglects to state the nature of the crowd. We who have no fear will state that it was composed of Yankees, Dutch and negroes, who applauded enthusiastically and apprec