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is delirious to-day, and, with his family, will remain. The brigade is not yet aware of its destination. An emute is anticipated when the news is announce. The unfortunate situation of Col. Bartlett excites the deepest sympathy. There are no military movements of importance to mote at present. Order of Gen. Butler. In view of the lawlessness that has prevailed among volunteers, General Butler has is sued the following order: "Headq'sDepartment of Virginia, May 23, 1861. "The General in command of this Department has learned with pain that there are instances of depredation on private property, by some persons who have smuggled themselves among the soldiers under his command. This must not and shall not be. The rights of private property and of peaceable citizens must be respected. When the exigencies of the service require that private property be taken for public use, it must be done by proper officer, giving suitable vouchers there for. "