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A Noble Woman

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eral VV. H. L. WaHsce. of Ottawa, Illinois, went up to Pittt'büt'g on one oi the firnt bofitu íifter Iho battle, having heard tbnt her tiusbund was wounded. Whun abe arrived sho found him airead y dead. FoT :i brief feason s'ne yit'ldul 'o the great grief of her beicaved soul. and wept over her dead, reftinino; tu bu coinfortud. But when phe huw all aronnd un the boat the men who had fouglit and fallen wilh with him theru yet alive, in pain ;nd thiis', with nono to luilp him, she turn ed from her dead to the living, and all nigrht long went, from man to man with water nnd words rf comfort and the holy Kucoor that miift come out of suoh an inpiration in such i pluce. JSf "Hub, you ay yon bel e ve (Tiseuees to be contagious. H'V long liave yon entertained snch notions ?" - '' pver fince I Bat alongside a blueeyed girl, and catight tho jialpitalioi) of tne henil "'


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