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nufacturer of Yankee enthusiasm. In his editorial account of the meeting of the Loyal League at Utica, Greeley thus unconsciously lets the cat out of the bag: "More than one thousand of those invitation, the expense of their transportation being defrayed by a subscription here, while at Utica the noblest women ministered to their wants with a bounteousness and sapidity which left nothings will long cherish a lively and grateful remembrance of the hospitalities of the loyal women of Utica, and that they returned to our city more eager, if possible, than before to serve and save their the aforesaid discharged soldiers "to rally again under the flag," to ride, free of expense, to Utica and back; the reckless daring with which they stormed and carried the successive meals, "fit for an Emperor," set before them by the "noblest women of Utica," and the "glorious" feelings with which they sallied forth, forgetful of the disabilities which had procured their discharge from the Yan