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United States--L e., they, on being ordered by Butler to use the prayer in the Episcopal service knowere apprehended. I understand that they told Butler that they were willing to omit that prayer alton movement, afforded a very special pleas for Butler's malignity; that he charged Leacock with trea with a flag of truce to New Orleans to see Gen. Butler, and to tell him if he did not stop his depe had in his possession, Gov. Wickliffe saw Gen. Butler and told him what Gen. Taylor said. Gen BuGen Butler replied to Gov. Wickliffe, "You tell Gen. Taylor if he hangs one of my men, I will commence in ickliffe mentioned the burning of Bayon Sara. Butler said he did not know Bayon Sara was burned, anit. W. told him Captain Porter, of the Essex. Butler then called Porter in the presence of Wickliff entered into a conversation. Wickliffe asked Butler why the North did not make peace with the Soutvery well they never could conquer the South. Butler replied, that it was merely a question of time[5 more...]