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General Butler.--Theodore Winthrop, whom the country only began to appreciate when she had lost him, in a paper describing one of the early scenes of the war, says: “The army of the United States at this time consisted of six thousand men. Three thousand were” --certain specified regiments. “The other three thousand were--General Butler.” --Boston Advertiser.

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