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ry order, and a few days after qualifying it, excepting some, is no way to win the respect of either loyal or rebel. I have before mentioned the course of Judge Peabody here. One of the latest causes is worthy of some of the New York Aldermen a few years ago, who used to release notorious criminals a few hours after their concity, who had been sentenced to thirty days imprisonment by Judge Hughes for the most unwarranted and unprovoked insults to Union people, have been released by Judge Peabody after about seven days confinement. Major Carr, of the New York has been "relieved from all blame, " without any inquiry, in the Opera-House affair, altho of the banks here, whose rebel sympathies are well known. Thomas A Adams, President of the Crescent Mutual Insurance Company, who so lately testified before Judge Peabody in behalf of "his friend Tisdale," a registered enemy, and who declared on oath "his sympathies were with the South;" Dr., Kennedy, editor of The True Della et