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Adam Badeau, Grant in peace: from Appomattox to Mount McGregor, a personal memoir 94 6 Browse Search
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not have staked a continental brass button on the chances of life or death. It is curtone to notice the effect of such days on the denizens of the larger cities. In Berlin, one would think the whole city was mourning in "sackcloth and ashes." In London, the bridges are crowded, and hundreds of wearied, sad-eyed men and women gaze mournfully into the depths of the Thames and upon the eddying rings which form under. the massive arches, then float away beneath the shadow of St. Paul's. In Paris, the ordinarily vivacious, light-hearted people are most miserable. All day long they sigh and smoke, and smoke and sigh, walking perhaps by the Hotel Dieu, close under the ponderous towers of Notre Dame, down to the Seme, where the same band of wearied, sad-eyed men and women cluster around the gloomy precincts of La Mogue. Go where you will, the influence of a damp and misty day upon the great public is an interesting study to a man of a philosophical turn of mind, provided, however, he