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role over us. It is true; but we have a tyrant or tyrants, notwithstanding. In our Military Governor we have a man whose manners would indicate him to be of the "blood royal." He assumes "princely" airs; is sometimes condescending, but generally haughty even to roughness to his inferiors. Ladies are occasionally ordered to leave his presence, and a favor is granted when his humble subjects behave themselves. He would be a gentleman if he knew how. Such is Brigadier-General Vicle. One Capt Asron Secley, of the 19th Wisconsin is an important individual on his staff. He is a dirty little counter-jumping despot, as cowardly as he is tyrannical, and perhaps, a little more so. The Provost Judge, Col. Sanders, of the 19th Wisconsin, has but one feet for deciding all questions, civil or military,--"Are you loyal to the United States?" A negative answer subjects either plaintiff or defendant to the grossest injustice; deprives him of his property or sends him to a dungeon. The Provost of t