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by land and by sea for six months. Mr. Brooks was enthusiastically cheered during the delivery of his speech. Close of the Brute's Administration — his farewell address — advent of the Yankee Shoemaker — his Inaugural. The Yankee papers contain the addresses of the departing and incoming rulers of New Orleans. --They are valuable as a part of the history of one of the most brutal episodes of the war: General orders--no. 106.Headq'rs Department of the Gulf, New Orleans, Dec. 15, 1862. Soldiers of the Army of the Gulf.--Relieved from further duties in this department by direction of the President under date of Nov. 9, 1862, I take leave of you by this final order, it being impossible to visit your scattered outposts covering hundreds of miles of the frontier of a larger territory than some of the kingdoms of Europe. I greet you, my brave comrades, and say farewell. This word — endeared as you are by a community of privations, hardships, dangers, victo