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ess of the war, from lack of sinews to make it move.
Jeff. Davis's Fulmination against General Butler. [From the Washington Chronicle,Dec. 27]
We publish this morning a proclamation of the President of the so called Southern Confederacy aimed expressly and definitely at Gen. Butler, our energetic commander at New Orleans.
We think our readers will justify us in characterizing this as t the royalist party — the centre around which all the opponents of the rebellion raided.
But Gen. Butler is simply a subordinate, commanding a small department, obeying the orders of his superiors, ernment.
For menus the New York World and Herald have teemed with the grossest slanders upon Gen. Butler, and have clamored most furiously for his removal.
The capture of New Orleans was the hardest blow the Secessionists have yet received.
The vigorous administration of Gen Butler, and his eternal vigilance which has prevented the enemy from getting at him or getting out of his has exaspera