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Raymond disappointed. Raymond may be a "little villain""those who ought to know say he is — bRaymond may be a "little villain""those who ought to know say he is — but he is a big soldier. He studied at Solferino, and took the degree of "Master" at the White Hous, and calls him names. This is very wrong of Raymond. To be sure Butler is a Beast, and a most execrable Beast. But Raymond ought not to make a scapegoat of him for all that. Though a Beast, he ies. He has enough of his own to answer for. Raymond, however, like most other great tacticians, mbeen there instead of Butler. Great men like Raymond cannot conceive how small men should stumble s army were such an obstacle in Butler's way. Raymond would have brushed them out of his path, as t that Lincoln has never thought of appointing Raymond commander of some of those armies for which helf, was a lecturer on military tactics. Raymond, however, in the midst of his concern for thegreater General. Now, we are well aware that Raymond is one of those happily constituted persons w