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. Butler stated that he could not recognize him until such time as Mr. Coppell withdrew a letter in which he characterized the oath — prescribed for aliens — as imposing upon them the office of spies. Mr. Coppell apologized handsomely by letter, saying he did not intend to insult the General, and now the British Lion and the American Eagle lie down together in perfect harmony. If there be one man in New Orleans who, more than all other men, deserves well of his country, that man is John McGinnis, editor and proprietor of The True Delta. He has been faithful among the faithless, and was bold and manly in a time of danger. We commend him to the President of the United States, to Secretary Seward, and to Major Gen. Butler. He has done more for the cause of freedom and American nationality than all the other newspaper editors in the State of Louisiana. We trust that President Lincoln will, in some signal way, evince his appreciation of the pluck of this brave editor. Long may Th