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The Daily Dispatch: July 16, 1862., [Electronic resource] 17 1 Browse Search
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The Boston journal inserts that the Government has endorsed all the acts of Gen. Butler since he took residents of New Orleans.
The Daily Dispatch: July 16, 1862., [Electronic resource], The enemy's lines before Washington. (search)
the 11th inst., to consider the murder of Mumford by General Butler, in New Orleans. After stating the circumstances of te of conduct. By its silence it sanctions these acts of Gen. Butler, and is responsible for them. Under these circumstancesrom New Orleans. The following is the special order of Butler, consigning Mrs Phillips to a prison for having been in "ginement until removed to Ship Island. By order of Major-General Butler. R. S. Davis, Capt. and A. A. A. G. Thehat if John Bull does not look well to his course in New Orleans Butler will order him to imprisonment on Ship Island. ern and the Confederate flag in the bow of his boat. Pie. Butler protested, but the Englishman continued to indulge his fan Crowds of people went to the river to see the sight, and Butler had a number of them arrested (among them a boy of ten yea Yankee account of the Beast's Generosity. A writer in Butler's Delta, of the 28th ult., gives the following account of