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o loudly and pompously." Butler's orders. All of Butler's orders in New Orleans form a part of the history of this war. Their infamy will endure forever. We give a copy of the latest: Headquarters Dep't of the Gulf,New Orleans, June 30, 1862. Special Order No. 152: John W. Andrews exhibited a cross, the emblem of the suffering of our blessed Saviour, fashioned for personal ornament, which he said was made from the bones of a Yankee soldier, and having shown this, too, withoe headquarters. Upon this order being read to him, the said Keller requested that so much of it as associated him with "that woman" might be recalled, which request was therefore reduced to writing by him, as follows: New Orleans, June 30, 1862. Mr. Keller desires that part of the sentence which refers to the communication with Mrs. Phillips be stricken out as he does not wish to have communication with the said Mrs. Phillips. (Signed.) F. Keller. Witness: D. Weters.