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ly the latter started from her seat with a loud shriek, and threw herself into her mother's arms. On being questioned as to the cause of her agitation, she pointed to a sofa, and, weeping bitterly, declared she had seen descend upon it the figure of her elder sister, Rosalie, then on a visit to some relations at or near Havre. The countenance of the phantom was pale and death-stricken.--This occurred at 4 o'clock in the afternoon of the 17th September. Two days after, tidings arrived that Rosalie L — had been unhappily drowned in a boating excursion at Havre, at (it was affirmed) the precise moment of the appearance. As another instance, here is a circumstance minutely related by Monsieur M--, a retired French officer, in a letter to a friend: "Left an orphan at an early age, I was brought up under the care of a kind-hearted god-mother, who could scarcely have cherished me more had I been her own offspring. She resided at Harfleur, and, being in easy circumstances, refus