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cending, 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 Merchants and business men have until the 25th to repent of their sine and return to the fold of Abe Lincoln. Should they fail to avail themselves of the proffered mercy, their places of business will be closed, and the keys passed over to General Vicle. A general closing is anticipated. Many persons are anxious to get away from here, but it is impossible — no passes are granted to males, save upon taking the cath — and to leave secretly is out of the question; the pickets are too thic