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* * * * * I possess a fortune in the shape of an "enemy's certificate," rendered by B. F. Butler, the murderer of that heroes patriot, W. B. Mumford. I suppose of course, you have read of the most glaring features of Butler's rule — how he has insulted the ladies, stolen property, imprisoned Confederates, and lavished, with unsparing wrath, the fiendish impulses of his black heart. But one of the most uncalled for acts was the closing of the Episcopal Churches. I was present when St. Paul's church was desecrated, and can therefore, give you a correct account of the proceedings. Previous to the Sunday morning on which the circumstance occurred that I am about to relate, no church or congregation in the city had been molested. On that morning, which was the 12th of October, the services were interrupted by the haughty voice of the Yankee Major Strong., commanding the Rev. Dr. Charles Goodrich to cease his devotions, and ordering the congregation to immediately disperse. Of cour
Rev. Dr. Ford, for 30 years rector of St. Paul's Church, Augusta, On., died on the 26th inst.