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The Daily Dispatch: January 14, 1863., [Electronic resource] 30 0 Browse Search
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make up the following summary of news: Deast Butler's peculations — a good reception in New York. The New Orleans Della, when Butler left, published the following paragraph: We wish to notify the Northern slanderers of Gen. Butler, that they may have time to prepare themselves, that tce, sworn evidence as to the peculations of Gen. Butler from the Government of the United States anived, consigned by the banker and broker of Gen. Butler (his brother,) to a concern here, which is ry and paid for with cotton. Of such ventures Butler, the Federal General, receives half the gains,ace between citizens who had been despoiled by Butler, calling on Gen. Banks for restitution. Mr. Btton princes and millionaires was robbed by Gen. Butler of $100,000 in bills receivable, sent him fd $60,000 in specie taken from their vaults by Butler; $50,000 is in suit at Washington; the rest wanow a raving maniac. This is the foulest deed Butler has been guilty of. In my next I will give all[2 more...]
Expected Hers --Two thousand of the prisoner captured by Bragg's army at Murfreesboro, are expected in this city this morning via the Lynchburg route. The Confederate authorities have to ship them North as soon as arrangements can be made for their tranship to There are said to be over 260 officers in the lot who are to be held as hostages, and to prevent the repetition of such acts as Butler has been guilty of in New Orleans.
General Butler. It is rumored in Northern papers that the Beast is to be sent on an expedition against Charleston, and we are glad to hear it for two reasons. In the first place, Charleston will never be surrendered with the example of Butler and New Orleans before her, and, in the next, we shall have some chance of capturing If the board reproughts would ones fall into Southern hands he will our have lived altogether in vain. General Butler. It is rumored in Northern papers that the Beast is to be sent on an expedition against Charleston, and we are glad to hear it for two reasons. In the first place, Charleston will never be surrendered with the example of Butler and New Orleans before her, and, in the next, we shall have some chance of capturing If the board reproughts would ones fall into Southern hands he will our have lived altogether in vain.