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The execution in New Orleans. The miserable hireling Butler is playing the tyrant with a high hand. His savage instincts are far ahead of the most ferocious native of Dahomey or Patagonia. A week or two since, as our readers have already been informed, he had Wm. B. Mumford executed for tearing down the flag hoisted on the Mint by Com. Farragut. He died as a patriot should die — with great coolness and self possession. An instant before he passed into the presence of his Maker he was calm in his demeanor, and on his countenance could be found no trace of the ordeal he was passing through. Commenting upon the execution, the black hearted scribbler in the Delta has the following remarks, which we copy because it speaks the sentiments of the Nero Butler, and to show the vapid and sickening stuff now in the once eloquent Southern Delta: Mumford, the ill starred youth, whose name and fate will be a terror to all who are inclined to trilled with the Government or its sac