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ing out of the jurisdiction of the court funds which the trustees have invested under order of the Orphans' Court. Already a very large sum has been taken out of the State by that very remarkable traitor, and I have no prospect of ever getting retribution, if the balance of the funds is taken away," Judge Ludlow suggested that a citation might issue, and notice could be made by publication, Senator Mason has ten days in which to appear and answer. A New plan of the campaign. Henry J. Raymond, of the New York Times, who is now in Washington and enjoys intimate relations with General Scott and other military men, makes the following suggestion in a letter to his paper: Let a civilian, then, make one suggestion to those who hold in their hands the lives of our patriotic soldiers and the honor of their country's flag. His suggestion is this: The rebel army ought not to be attacked in its present position, for the simple reason that it now occupies, of all others whi