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ey to be made thereby. Old Barker purchased a newspaper (the Bee, I think,) for three thousand dollars in coin. The old rascal should be hung for it. This New Orleans gentleman relates some interesting scenes with Butler and citizens. Senator Soule was summoned before his Highness, Butler. Butler remarked, that he had sent for him to place him in confinement, and would state the charges.--Soule replied. "Oh, don't trouble yourself, I have been expecting to be sent below every day sincSoule replied. "Oh, don't trouble yourself, I have been expecting to be sent below every day since you arrived. I only ask time to purchase a musquito net." Butler replied, "that he was to be sent where nets would not be in demand, Fort Warren." Senator S. thanked him, saying "his health was feeble, and he had no doubt it would be a benefit to him." Senator S. was too much for old Butler, forestalling him at every point. Another incident. A Mrs. S — m, a very wealthy widow lady, desired a permit to go without the city to see a grandchild that was very ill. She called upon Butler, a