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More facts for the Admirers of Gen. Butler,[from the New York world, March 11.] We have a doz
he New York Legislature who desired to give Gen. Butler the honors of the capital:
During the ported them, and brought the parties before Gen. Butler, when he allowed them to pass.
I afterward oss the lines by and with the knowledge of General Butler.
I attempted to send documents to Washing who gave the information were imprisoned.
General Butler sent for Colonel Stafford and asked him wh , resin, and lumber in exchange.
I know of Gen. Butler sending up to a rebel plantation and seizin J. P. Thompson also took a cargo over for Colonel Butler, and returned with turpentine and roam.
T done, in my opinion, with the knowledge of Gen. Butler, as in many cases he had to sigh his name t o swear to them.
If planters did not sell Colonel Butler their produce he would have the same confi and sold; horses, also, by officers under General Butler. Colonel Stafford has a knowledge of these [11 more...]