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Telegraphs, seven o'clock, P. M., to General Butler, When did you reach Philadelphia?
When wisia for Liverpool on Wednesday.
Writes to General Butler, that the citizens of Salem have appointed if at Fortress Monroe he should hear from General Butler that the passage up the Potomac was dangerhout delay a steamer, with provisions, for General Butler's command at Annapolis.
She must be armedery thing appears well at Annapolis, where General Butler commands in person.
There is a large bodyand the regulations seem to be effective.
General Butler is popular with the officers whom I met. Har Sir,—Mr. Foster, I learn, has gone with General Butler, and cannot be communicated with.
Dr. Hown those respects, of our men pertaining to General Butler's brigade, wherever they may be, and an eaon Saturday next.
Please advise with Brigadier-General Butler and with Lieutenant-General Scott on rive at entire concurrence of opinion.
General Butler, on the 9th of May, wrote a long letter to