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Jeffreys and Butler. We are indebted to Massachusetts for some of the most agreeable surprises of the war. We had expe
for the appetite but a fine piece of humor.
Among these, Butler, for a time hid in his native jungles, has just made his a n of outlawry; but with the old grin, as for instance; General Butler says if he had received in New Orleans President Davis ly and cruel, nothing that was generous and brave.
If Butler ever had a model among mankind, it must have been Lord Jef s.
The only thing honest about Jeffreys, and the same of Butler, was the face, on which God had written the villain in such manifest letters that he who run might read.
Butler was once as extreme in his profession of love as he now is of hatred iving at the escape of rich criminals, to surpass all that Butler achieved in the way of extortion in New Orleans.
It is ra reat agency in the Tower, died a natural death, and so may Butler.
But he will stand gibbeted upon the page of history, sid