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the city of New Orleans by the forces under the command of Gen. Benjamin F. Butler, when said Mumford was an unresisting and non-combatant ca of the Government of the United States and its maintaining of said Butler in high office under its authority, for many months after his commio conclusive that the said Government sanctions the conduct of said Butler, and is determined that he shall remain unpunished for his orlmes: America, and in their name do pronounce and declare the said Benjamin F. Butler to be a felon, deserving of capital punishment. I do order t by the forces of the United States under the command of said Benjamin F. Butler have borne no resemblance to such warfare as is store permiss 1st. That all commissioned officers in the command of said Benjamin F. Butler be declared not entitled to be considered as soldiers engaged private soldiers and non-commissioned officers in the army of said Butler be considered as only the instruments used for the commission of th
eived Wednesday night, mentions a report which had reached that city that Beast Butler's brother, who has been in co-partnership with Jacob Barker, in New Orleans, re the contraband trade. The name dispatch says that Farragut had a quarrel with Butler, denouncing him as a coward and thief, who robbed the people of all they posses who was robbed and ordered to leave, appealing to Farragut for protection, and Butler's refusal. Farragut is reported to have said that Butler was the only man in tButler was the only man in the United States whom he was anxious to-thrash, and he would avail himself of the first opportunity to do it. The following order will interest persons having frere headquarters on or before Monday, December 15, 1862. By command of Major General Butler. Geo. C. Strong A. A. Gen'l, Chief of Stan. Then follows then number, assessed with sums of $100 to $500, as they were in the early part of Butler's reign. The aggregate amount is $23,300. A dramatic company is performin