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Interesting to Yankees. --General Bradley Johnson, during the recent invasion in Maryland, found himself one evening quartered in what was once his own house, which had, however, been sold under the confiscation act some months before. He sent for the new owner and asked how long he had occupied it. The reply was, "about fourteen months." "Well," said Bradley, "this house belongs to me, and unless you immediately pay me the back rent, at the rate of $100 per month, there will be a littleuse belongs to me, and unless you immediately pay me the back rent, at the rate of $100 per month, there will be a little difficulty between us." The disconcerted occupant stirred round, and pretty soon raised the amount, which was paid over. Upon being asked if he desired a receipt, he replied that it was not necessary. "Well," said Johnson, "I will give you twenty minutes to move your things out of my house, for I am not going to rent it again. I intend to burn it." And burnt it was.