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ll be the gold operators who intend to run up the price till they can so affect the price of food and necessaries as to raise discontent amongst the laboring classes. Yours truly, Benj. F. Butler. [no. 93. see page 769.] Philadelphia, Nov. 11, 1864. Dear General:--I will be in New York Saturday noon at the Astor. Will you please call there or drop me a note, and say where I shall call on you. Simon Cameron. General Butler. [no. 94. see page 770.] No. 57 West Washington place, Neegulars who are on the borders. Your telegram gives me no orders. I have some private business which will detain me till Monday. Will the secretary allow my stay? Benjamin F. Butler, Major-General Commanding. by telegram from Washington, Nov. 11, 1864. Major-General Butler: Your telegram of this date to General Townsend has just been brought to my house. General Grant is urgent for the return of your troops quickly. The order contemplated your return with them, and if not specifie