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f guerrillas — a Wail from the North. The Philadelphia Inquirer nor the North, so it says, were not prepared for Secretary Randolph's last order. It is horrified at this "official endorsement of the shameful and horrible system which all modern cd as barbarous." It says: Let it be borns in mind, for future reference, that on the 16th day of July, 1862, George W. Randolph, calling himself "Secretary of War of the Confederate States," proclaimed that "Partisan Rangers are a part of the of our overbearing and insolent enemy are to be regarded. It is an easy matter for Jefferson Davis and his "Secretary" Randolph to demand protection for the property and immunity for the person of any malefactor and traitor in the land, or to threaten vengeance upon some of our unfortunate prisoners in their hands. In this same document, of the 16th of July, this Randolph claims the citizens of Missouri as citizens of the so-called Confederate States, and talks of protection to be furnished t