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Order from Gen. Beauregade.Picayune Butler and the ladies New Orleans. [Special Dispaton to the Richmond Dispatch.] Corinth, May 19. --Skirmishing cor along the front, with no general result. The following order was issued to-day: Corinth, May 19.--General orders information of this army. The following general orders of Major Butler, commanding at New Orleans, read at dress parade: "Headq's Dep't of the "New Orleans, May 15th. "As the officers and sButler, commanding at New Orleans, read at dress parade: "Headq's Dep't of the "New Orleans, May 15th. "As the officers and soldiers of the United States have been subject to repeated from women calling themselves the ladies New Orleans, in return for the most ious non-interference and courtesy on part, it is ordered that hereafter, if y male shall by word, gesture, or meve insult or show contempt for any officer soldier of the United States, she shall be garded and held liable to be treated woman of the town, playing her avo "By command of "Major-General Burth Men of the South I shall our m
ontas, which is on the Memphis and Charleston railroad. Federal prisoners say that the enemy our falling back more than they do a as they cannot stand the climate fur South. They expect to starve us long siege, and thus compel us to sur There was a skirmish at 1 o'clock su ing. A number of Federals were killed wounded. Also, a skirmish this after of Bridge Creek, a mile and a half from lines. Several Federals were killed on our side. Forrest's cavalry, Ke Louisiana and Benton's Mississippi displayed great gallantry. Butler's villainous order of the dressed the ladies of New Orlesand published to the army to-day, by Gen. B gard, with address to the men of the S to avenge the insult to their mothers, and daughters, and si who are threa the ruffianly barbarlans to be treated mon harlots. The New Orleans Croscent has been supplied, because of Mr. J. C. Nixon, one of editors, being in the Confederate Army Lieutenant Colonel of Scott's cavalry.
Gen. Butler's last order. Humanity will be shocked and decency outraged with the perusal of the atrocious order of the Puritan General who now lords it over the city of New Orleans. From the commencement of the war down to the date of this brutal order, Butler has been distinguished for his ruffian tyranny; but this last order throws in the shade all other of the outrages of which even he has been guilty. The threat to the people of Baltimore that there was an agent in every household ts of that proud city are unwilling to bemoan themselves sufficiently to recognize his hirelings as gentlemen, and because Butler knows and feels that the ladies are correct in their estimate of the character of himself and soldiers. What a commedences of the deep-seated and intense hatred which is felt by the Puritan New Englander towards the people of the South. Butler once professed to be a great friend to the South, and was known as a Massachusetts fire-eater. This war has unmasked the