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annoy, loyal persons employed in the quiet discharge of their lawful occupations, it is hereby announced that all such conduct and language is hereafter strictly forbidden, and will be punished with military severity. All officers in this department are directed to order the arrest of and to bring such persons as are found offending against this order before the tribunal established for the purpose of punishing offences within this department. By command of Major General Butles, R. S. Davis, Major and Ass't Adj't-Gen'l. Official--H. C. Clarke, Aide-de-camp. Dr. Rucker in Washington. A Washington paper has the following about the notorious Dr. Rucker, who escaped from prison in Pittsylvania: The stories of returned Union prisoners lend force to the argument of retaliation — none more than that of Dr. Wm. T. Rucker, the noted Union leader of West Virginia. While he was in prison at Pittsylvania the rebels who visited his call to taunt him said the Confederat
Affairs in Northern Virginia. Orange C. H., Nov. 24. --President Davis and staff left here for Richmond this morning. Owing to the inclement weather the President did not review the army. The bulk of the Yankee army is in Fauquier county. Their pickets extend to Cedar Mountain, in Culpeper.