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infamous of his orders indicates, injuring fierce warfare upon the ladies. They grievously offended his Yankee highness by wearing as trimmings of their bonnets, &c., semblances of the Confederate flag, and the Southern colors, red and white. Picayune ordered them to indulge no more in such demonstrations of rebellious sentiment, under penalty of condign punishment. How many oboyed and how many were punished, our informant does not set forth. But she does state that Mrs. J. B. Walton, the lovely and accomplished lady of Col. J. B. Walton, of the Washington Artillery, is now in close confinement, because she refused to remove the little flag which formed part of the trimming of her boune. It is thus that the valorous Picayune avenges so much of the rout at Bull Run as was due to the well served guns of the Washington Artillery. Persons were being arrested and consigned to dungeons at the whim of the Yankee despot. Our intelligence from the above-mentioned source is to the ef