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with ostracism, and kept quiet for a long time on the Big Bethel affair as well as on this topic. If the truth be known, as it has recently appeared here, Gen. Butler, and not Gen. Pierce, is to be censured for the magnificent blunder of the 10th of June. The orders given Gen. Pierce for the engagement were protested against by him as impolitic. The carrying them forward was imperiously demanded by Gen. Butler, and in obedience they were executed to the letter by the unfortunate Gen. Pierce, uregulation will continue in force until further notice. Wisfield Scott, By command, E. D. Townsend, Assistant Adjutant General. Reported capture of another Southern Privateer. A letter to the New York Times, dated off Fort Pickens, June 10, says: The Niagara is here now, and her appear- ance off this harbor bodes no good to the Secessionists, as her well known terrible armament will enable her to batter down their fortifications, and at the same time be beyond the range