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nt. At Newbern serious apprehensions are entertained for the safety of property, as it is known that the notorious Butler, of "contraband" celebrity, is in command of the expedition. We again urge the completion of the necessary defensive works here, and the organization of all the force that can be brought into service. Why can't we have the works at Wyatt made and armed? How are our guns and ammunition at other points? The Journal further says: Colonel Fremont and General Gatlin must be sustained by the people. They are now operating here on means derived from the Safety Committee, not from Raleigh, to which however we must pay taxes. Thank God the Military Board is gone. Let Governor Clark do something to redeem the State from the disgrace inflicted upon her by the disaster — the shameful sacrifice of our men at Hatteras. Brave men fallen into the hands of the relentless Eutler, while men lean back in their chairs at Raleigh and poo-poo! at any demand