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regard this as a cause for rebuke or censure. I protect no houses against use when they are needed for sick or wounded soldiers. Persons who endeavor to impose upon you such malicious and unfounded reports as those alluded to, are not only enemies to this army, but to the cause in which we are now fighting." A brute's letter. The following letter, published in the Whig, was found on the dead body of a Yankee after the battle of Gaines's Mill. It is dated North Middleboro' Mass, June 15th: "I cannot yet fully sympathize with your apprehensions of the re-establishment of the slave power on a firmer basis than ever before, unless our Western States form a coalition with the South for the sake of a free Southern commerce. I somewhat fear this result, since an Eastern and Western collision seems to have shown itself in our Congress. There is, probably, less sympathy for the slave at the West than in New England, from the fact that the capabilities of black men, in a stat