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r. The New York Tribune has the following about the order of President Davis relative to Generals Hunter and Phelps: Treason has thus betrayed its weak points in its frantic attempts to cover it. The avowal by Jeff. Davis & Co. of the mortal terror wherewith the act of Gens. Hunter and Phelps has inspired them is that act's most emphatic justification. This threat to hang Gens. HuntGens. Hunter and Phelps as felons — when they shall have been captured — is an utter defiance of the laws of war. Those Generals have a perfect right, in accordance with those laws, to organize and arm loyal blone of them liable, by the laws of war, to the penalty which they unjustifiably denounce against Hunter and Phelps. They are traitors to their Government and country — Hunter and Phelps are not. LetHunter and Phelps are not. Let them beware how they sow hemp, for no one knows who may wear the product! A Naive Suggestion. The New York Herald suggests that "Gen. Halleck should at once apply to Gen. Stuart's rebel cav<