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h is the fourth on the left-hand side, the flag of the ship Georgia is exhibited; and it may be interesting to mention that this same stall is presided over by Mrs. Bullock, the wife of Captain Bullock, of the famous man-of-war. The fronts of all the stalls are covered with small silk banners, bearing the stars of the ConfederacyCaptain Bullock, of the famous man-of-war. The fronts of all the stalls are covered with small silk banners, bearing the stars of the Confederacy and the motto, "Deo Vindice." On entering the hall from the east lobby, the first stall on the left hand is "Virginia, " held by the Countess de Dampierre, Mrs. Patterson and Mrs. M. G. Klingender. The great attractions on this stall are a number of artistically-designed albums of the Confederate generals, a bronze of Mephisy, but the interior is devoted chiefly to baby linen; the only other article worth notice here being a curiously- shared large clock. The ladies presiding are Mrs. Bullock and Mrs. Trapman. "Florida" is presided over by Mrs. Cassin and Mrs. Patrick. It contains many valuable and elegant pieces of workmanship in worsted, som