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eclares that "the are thick in Indiana, Illinois, and Kentucky, and we must strike them before they strike us; this rattlesnake treason must be crushed now." Banks's order about "Systematic" negro labor in Louisiana. The following order has been issued by N. P. Banks at New Orleans: Headq'rs Department of the Gulf,N. P. Banks at New Orleans: Headq'rs Department of the Gulf, New Orleans, Feb. 16, 1863. The accompanying order and circulars, relating to the immediate employment of negroes, will explain a system of labor that has been suggested and adopted for the present year. The Provost Marshals are authorized and directed to receive and record the assent of planters or other persons thereto, aassuming the entire responsibility of the act, he calls upon the commanding Generals and all officers of the Government to assist in its immediate execution. N. P. Banks, Major-General Commanding. The West and the East. The old fend between the East and the West is manifesting itself in the Northern Congress. A Washin