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t and in the rear. It is generally believed, unless they greatly change their tone and adopt a more respectful course towards loyal citizens, cesses scenting, &c., that the oath of allegiance or the alternative of going to Dixie, will be soon put to many of our most rabid and indiscreet sympathizers with treason. They are in nervous apprehension. The Question Settled about Guerillas being entitled to the treatment of soldiers. The following correspondence has passed be between Gen. Dan'l Ruggies. C. S. A., and Picayune Butler. Headq'rs, 1st District.Dep't East Louisiana and Mississippi. Tangipahoa, La. July 15, 1862. To Major-Gen. Butler, Commanding United States forces, New Orleans, La: General — I have received petitions from officers of the 1st regiment Louisiana Partizan Rangers touching the case of Henry Castle, a private of company H. of that regiment, and also an application respecting Thomas C. Pennington, a private of Capt. Wilson Tate's company, of