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oring to comply with a popular demand for Picayune Butler, which none of his bands were able to plathus enabled successively to land and form; Gen. Butler and his staff — no horses having yet been l on the levee by its side. That evening, Gen. Butler finished his proclamation and sent it to th Charles Hotel having been suddenly closed, Gen. Butler reopened and made it his Headquarters, summ hated order is this: that no soldier under Gen. Butler's command ever acted upon the vile construcof the confident prediction of the Rebels that Butler would not dare to do it. They did not dare; het they should be reduced again to Slavery. Gen. Butler, after anxious consideration, felt obliged ng to do so. Toward the end of November, Gen. Butler's spies brought him information from the ne which lie had been appointed. On the 23d, Gen. Butler took personal leave of his many friends, an that act; the imprisonment of non-combatants; Butler's woman order aforesaid; his sequestration of [13 more...]