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difficult to designate. They have called for 'war to the knife,' 'war to the bitter end,' and I hope, like tavern waiting men, our soldiers will give them what they have called for so many times, and so 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, without rebuke, in the Louisiana Club, which claims to be composed of chivalric gentlemen: It is, therefore, ordered that, for this desecration of the dead, he be confined at hard labor for two years on the fortifications at Ship Island, and than he be allowed no verbal or written communication