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d to amend to reconsider the vote by which General Hunter's reply to inquiries as to the organizationstead of organizing and parading negroes, General Hunter ought to have prepared his troops to preveThe Secretary of War ought to have rebuked General Hunter for his saucy and impudent letter, and remetter from some scoundrel, enclosing a copy of Hunter's letter, telling him to "rend this and smoke having introduced the resolution to which General Hunter's letter was a reply. The negroes were naan condemned more than he did the letter of Gen. Hunter, and the system inaugurated by that Generaldence in that officer, and that the conduct of Hunter would be repudiated for the following reason:-retary, to be consistent, ought not to dismiss Hunter. Mr. Mallory said he would wait till the Government to follow the policy inaugurated by Hunter, a gallant and sagacious soldier, who now comm Wickliffe to reconsider the vote by which General Hunter's letter was ordered to be printed. T