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re we a Christian People?" has a long review of the official conduct of Major General Schenck, commanding the department of Maryland. He says: No one has denie United States, and was, consequently, sent back to the tender mercies of General Schenck, who has not yet decided what further cruelties are in store for him. ow of evidence could be found against him, yet he was kept in confinement by Gen. Schenck, and ordered to clean out the area in front of the Gilmore House, facing onerested on suspicion? Gan we wonder that Mr. Mackenzie should send back word: "Schenck can put a bayonet through me at pleasure, but cannot force me to clean that area;" and can we wonder, knowing General Schenck, that this was followed by his separation from his family, and expulsion to the South?--Yet is there law or justice, tempted to speak for himself, Don Platt, the worthy tool of his prototype, General Schenck, shook his fist in his face, cursing him, and calling him fool and liar.