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angements for their accommodation.
Mrs. Meals, Metta, and I hustled out of our rooms and doubled up with sister and the children.
Everybody was stowed away somewhere, when, just before bedtime, two more aides, Capt. Warwick, of Richmond, and Capt. Frazer, of Charleston, rode up and were invited to come in, though the house was so crowded that sister had not even a pallet on the floor to offer them.
All she could do was to give them some pillows and tell them they were welcome to stay in the pat deal better than camping out in the wagons, as they had been doing, and with the help of the parlor rugs and their overcoats and army blankets, they could make themselves very comfortable.
They were regular thoroughbreds, we could see, and Capt. Frazer one of the handsomest men I ever laid my eyes on — a great, big, splendid, fair-haired giant, that might have been a Viking leader if he had lived a thousand years ago.
Sister has been so put out by Mr. Ballou that I don't see how she cou