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t, as I have not, hate a single word of that order, it was well considered, and if obeyed, will protect the tone and modest women from all possible insult. The others will take care of themselves. You can publish your letter, if you publish this note and your apology. Respectfully, Best. F. Betish, Major-General Commanding. Backed down. The New Orleans has ingloriously backed out of its positions on cotton burning, as will be seen from the following correspondence in the Picayune: New Orleans May 21, 1862. To Major-Gen. Butler, Commander in-Chief of the Department of the Gul.: General — Our article of the 16th inst., in reference to cotton, was thought by you to have been "an elaborate though covert argument in favor of the cotton-burning mob. " We desire frankly to assure you that you were mistaken in listener. We have not intended, and do not intend, to advocate the destruction of cotton or other crops by the Southern people. We believe it to be