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uelties of the Russian Generals — order to knout ladies. In Lithuania, since the arrival of the Governor-General, Mouravieff, every day has been marked by an execution. On Monday, a telegraphic dispatch from Cracow stated that Count Plater hadh unless their husbands surrender themselves to the authorities. A correspondent of Wilma says: "The arrival of Gen. Mouravieff in our town as Military Governor has been marked by the unlimited powers conferred upon him, which, in order to stifhan fifteen persons in the church, this cruel sentence on an ecclesiastic causes the greatest possible indignation. Gen. Mouravieff has decided that for the sake of example there should be three executions weekly on the market days, and says that hocheno fifty-six, who had been subscribed, joined the insurrection at once. In a word, the terror now introduced by Gen. Mouravieff is such as to produce despair in the heart of every one, and the worst is expected. The insurrectionary bands are b
drinking whiskey on shore. Alexander, in his instructions to Count Mouravieff, Governor of the Lithuanian Provinces — not the gallant officeorming the negroes that their masters are their natural enemies. Mouravieff is directed to furnish the peasants with arms, that they may slaurm the negroes into regiments and battalions. --Alexander directs Mouravieff to proceed with the greatest rigor against the Catholic clergy. ever they suspect them of a feeling in favor of the Confederacy.--Mouravieff is directed to have a list of the suspected cleargy. Butler had a similar list, and was applauded by Abe. Alexander, directs Mouravieff to pursue the most energetic measures against the Catholics. Doubtleshe means to hang President Davis and Gen. Lee. Alexander directs Mouravieff to "adopt measures against families having friends in the ranks oannot be found, and, a few days after, the missing man is found. Mouravieff boasts of having shot one Catholic priest and imprisoned a number