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ordinary purposes. The probability is, that as the Confiscation act, by which all the disloyal subjects of President Lincoln are to be stripped of their property, was to come into operation at New Orleans on the 23d September General Butler thought fit to disregard what might interfere, by seizing these articles (entered and stowed under the sanction of his own officers) in a foreign ship which was ready to sail eight days previously. A Baltimorean in Fort Lafayette. The New York Freeman's Journal, in speaking of the confinement of political prisoners in Fort Lafayette, thus speaks of a distinguished citizen of Baltimore: Our heart bleeds when we think of that venerable member of the Baltimore bar, T. Parkin Scott. We saw this accomplished gentleman at Fort Lafayette, day after day, sitting down to the bad soldiers' ration — inferior and badly-cooked pork, served on filthy tin plates, accompanied by brown bread and a hot detection of burnt rye and molasses — without