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s to perish wretchedly in an unholy war. While such sentiments as these are promulgated, without let or hindrance from General Dix, the impudence of the secession sympathizers, in their outcries about "muzzling the press" by the "Lincoln despotism," is more sublime than ever. Deficiencies in the Yankee War Appropriation bill. The bill which passed the House of Representatives on Wednesday to supply deficiencies in the appropriations for the service of the fiscal year ending with June 30, 1865, appropriates about $93,000,000. The largest items are: Gunpowder and lead, $400,000; for contingencies of fortifications, $300,000; Medical and Hospital Department, $3,251,000; purchasing cavalry and artillery horses, $7,600,000; transportation of army, nearly $20,000,000; regular supplies, $20,000,000; barracks and quarters, $10,000,000; incidental and contingent expenses, $1,000,000; military telegraph, $725,000; supplies, and the expenses of providing for prisoners of war, $2,000