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Spicy correspondence. We had heard that a sharp correspondence had passed between our gallant General Magruder and General Picayune Butler, shortly after the fight at Bethel. The New Orleans Delta received here yesterday, contained the whole of it as furnished by its correspondent. We copy the letters this morning. The miserable pretence of Butler, that he is endeavoring to protect private property, has not even deceived the Northern press. A correspondent of the New York Tribune denoButler, that he is endeavoring to protect private property, has not even deceived the Northern press. A correspondent of the New York Tribune denounces the outrages committed by his troops on private property as a disgrace to them and to the age. What barbarities indeed must they not have perpetrated, when the brutal and fiendish New York Tribune complains of them! We conversed a day or two since with J. Barron Hope, of Hampton, who detailed some of the enormities committed in that town by the vandals of Fortress Monroe. Not to speak of destruction of houses, gardens, farms, etc., they have destroyed and carried off books from valuable
Gen. Butler and Col. Magruder. The Yorktown correspondent of the New Orleans Delta furnishes the correspondence between Butler and Magruder, in relation to an exchange of prisoners, after the victory at Bethel. It is so interesting that we give it in full. It will be seen that our gallant officer handles the pen as well as Butler and Magruder, in relation to an exchange of prisoners, after the victory at Bethel. It is so interesting that we give it in full. It will be seen that our gallant officer handles the pen as well as his artillery: [Gen. Butler to Col. Magruder.] Division Headquarters, June 11, 1861. To the Officer Commanding the Forces at County Bridge: Sir: Capt. Davies and Lieut. Potter, of the 6th Regiment New York Volunteers, are about the proceed to the scene of the late engagement, near County Bridge, for the purpose of brinGen. Butler to Col. Magruder.] Division Headquarters, June 11, 1861. To the Officer Commanding the Forces at County Bridge: Sir: Capt. Davies and Lieut. Potter, of the 6th Regiment New York Volunteers, are about the proceed to the scene of the late engagement, near County Bridge, for the purpose of bringing away any dead or wounded that may have been left behind. I trust the courtesies of civilized warfare will be extended to these gentlemen, as I have no doubt they will be.--I have some prisoners, taken with arms in their hands, whom you might desire, or be willing to exchange for any persons that might have been so unfortunate