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he young Pretender. The illusion is assisted by his slouch hat and black plume. This picture is one of the most telling of the group, marked by considerable vigor and character. But, undoubtedly, the best is that of Stonewall Jackson. If we see the cavalier in Stuart, in Jackson we almost expect to find the brown beard time had dealt more gently with the great captain than we were led to suppose) earring crisply over the steel gorget and buff coat of the Puritan. He seems like a modern Hampden (in fact, there is some resemblance to one picture of the patriot that we have seen), and is painted, as his men "loved to see him," in the set of reading prayers. His arms are flung out right and left along the horizontal limb of a tree, and his head is thrown back. There is a tender expression in the sweet, almost feminine, upper part of the face, as if he were just praying for the women and children; but in the firm mouth we can see the spirit which will anon call on the God of Battles