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Butler and Porter. We have already given extracts from United States journals on both sides of the very pretty quarrel that the failure
ey must find a scapegoat, and the question now is whether Butler or Porter shall be that animal.
The friends of Porter seem to be excessivelyPorter seem to be excessively irritated.
After expending unavailingly such an enormous amount of cold iron, it is somewhat provoking to produce such lame and impotent con t that ever assailed a fortress.
We have seen no evidence that Admiral Porter failed in performing his duty, or General Butler in performing ates people as a household word," (meaning thereby, we suspect, Admiral Porter,) pronounces General Butler either "a black-hearted traitor or rant coward, " and that like opinions prevail in the fleet.
If Admiral Porter and his officers give vent to their disappointment in such term by any man not half-frenzied by a smashing defeat.
We predict that Porter will come out as badly worsted from the personal conflict as from t