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emand. A messenger was dispatched for General Lovell. In the interval a number of citizens who had judged differently. After awhile, Gen. Lovell arrived in front of the City Hall, and was the U. S. squadrons in front of the city. General Lovell replied, "I am Gen. Lovell, of the army ofGen. Lovell, of the army of the Confederate States, commanding this Department." The officers then shook hands, and Capt. Baylspecially not with the negro property. Gen. Lovell replied that he would not surrender the citf his regret at the destruction of cotton. Gen. Lovell interrupted him by saying that it was done y. Capt. Bayleis said that he had no doubt Gen. Lovell had done his duty, and they were doing theirn to their ships, and Gen. Lovell directed Col. Lovell and major James to accompany them. The offwho alternately hurrahs for Jeff Davis, for Gen. Lovell, and most vigorously groaned for "Lincoln ahy of the commander of a brave people. Gen. Lovell, on appearing on the steps, was also loudly[3 more...]