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esult, however. We understand from Capt. Guthrie, a Yankee Captain, that all the field officers of his regiment--19th Illinois--resigned a few days ago, and he thinks a draft by the Lincoln Government will be resisted in the U. S. Picayune Butler at-baton Rouge. Last Saturday morning, says the Jackson Mississippian, of the 6th, Picayune Butler visited the city of Baton Rouge, on board the steamer McClellan.--He left again Sunday. He immediately went to work, upon his arrivalPicayune Butler visited the city of Baton Rouge, on board the steamer McClellan.--He left again Sunday. He immediately went to work, upon his arrival, arresting the citizens of that place. Hon. B. F. Bryan, the Mayor of the city, was called before him, and required to take the oath of allegiance or be consigned to Fort Jackson. Mr. Bryan very properly viewed the oath as not worth more than the paper it was written on, took it, and is now in our city on his way to Chattanooga to join Scott's cavalry regiment. Mr. R. has kindly furnished us a statement of the conversation which he had with the Picayune whose whole spite seemed to be dir