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The Daily Dispatch: may 27, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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Picavure Butler's last. --We learn from gentlemen direct from Orleans that this monster, the mention of whose name is nauseous, has consummated his infamy in an order just issued by him. We regret that we could obtain no copy for publication. Its character, however, is so marked and infamous as to leave but little room for misapprehension. We may, therefore, safely trust the memory of our intelligent informant as to its contents. He states that in return for the courtesy and clemency shown by the Federal officers to the citizens of New Orleans, the women of the city, calling themselves ladies, have taken special pleasure in exhibiting their contempt for those officers in various forms; that such conduct on their part exposes them to the suspicion of being women of the town, engaged in their occupation, and it so treated by the Federal officers will have no one to blame but themselves. He further gives notice that in future any indignity offered to the Federal officers, by wo