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e revenged by hanging every man claiming allegiance to the United States Government that fails farm our hands. I am, with respect, your obd't serv't, (Signed)Jas. A. McWaters, Captain McWaters's Rangers, from Rapids Parish. Message of Gov. Moore, of Louisiana. The Franklin (La) Banner, of July 5th, contains the message of Governor Moore to the people of Louisiana in reference to the occupation of New Orleans by the enemy. The Governor refers to the anomalous condition of affaiGovernor Moore to the people of Louisiana in reference to the occupation of New Orleans by the enemy. The Governor refers to the anomalous condition of affairs established between the citizens of New Orleans and all other towns between the occupation of the enemy and those of the country Parishes, and says the only safe rule for their guidance is absolute non Intercourse — the entire suspension of communication by visit or for trade. In relation to the hanging of Mumford the Governor says: The noble heroism of the patriot Mumford has placed his name high on the list of martyred sons. When the Federal navy reached New Orleans a squad of m