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is lengthy. This is one of the ways in which Butler raises the wind to pay his soldiers: He ould have been left unpaid. This action of Gen. Butler's is characteristic of his loyal devotion tit of our great nation.--In all of his acts Gen. Butler's paramount object seems to be to sustain tticulars about Mrs. Phillips's sentence. When Butler heard of her conduct he was furious: While Gen. Butler was writing the order for her imprisonment Mrs. Phillips's conduct was remarkable, towomen showing secession badges freely. On General Butler's return to this city from Baton Rouge, leurch with his artillery. This morning General Butler, with a few members of his staff, establiszens of Augusta, Ga., have been seized by Picayune Butler at New Orleans. A letter from there to tand General Twiggs fled from New Orleans. General Butler, learning the whereabouts of the above proCongress could not show its appreciation of Gen. Butler's distinguished services since the very com[1 more...]