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The taking of Butler's oath in Norfolk. --The New York News of the 12th inst., has a long letter from Norfolk, dated the 8th, which gives a history of the sufferings of the people of that city,
d in detached statements from time to time.
We now copy that portion relative to the oath which Butler has forced upon the people.
After drawing a vivid picture of a city, built and owned by white p he writer who is a lady, says:
In the midst of this state of things comes an order from Gen. Butler requiring all citizens to take the oath of allegiance to the United States Government, or be ormously wicked ? Do the annals of history contain a parallel ? Not in my readings, surely, Even Butler's reign in New Orleans was not so despotic as this.
Let me relate some of the aggravated featur motive, there was a secondary one, and it has proven the ready perception of our people.
Major-Gen. Butler has been out generated this time; his strategy has been fooled with his own weapon, and he