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The Outrage at New Orleans. The robber and scoundrel, Butler, seems to be carrying it with a high hand at New Orleans. Such is to be our portion, no doubt, if we tamely give up this city to the enemy. We should hope the treatment of the French Consul would rouse the resentment of the Emperor. But if it should, Seward would only spologize like the cringing dog he is, and all would be soon right again. No doubt the treatment of the Belgian Consul will call forth a storm of words in the British Parliament. But it will all end in a firmer alliance between Seward and Russell. There is no hope of succor from either of these quarters.
him on Tuesday by a negro boy, at the Danville depot, in whose custody it was temporarily placed, viz: a black Valise, contsining a lot of wearing apparel and four $100 Confederate Coupon Bonds, numbering 1597, 1598, 1599, and 1600, issued to George Russell, May 9th, 1862, also, a heavy drab Shawl, and an Umbred a white handle. The public are hereby cautioned against trading for the above-described Bonds. Any information concerning the above subject matter may be left with J. T. Tayloody it was temporarily placed, viz: a black Valise, contsining a lot of wearing apparel and four $100 Confederate Coupon Bonds, numbering 1597, 1598, 1599, and 1600, issued to George Russell, May 9th, 1862, also, a heavy drab Shawl, and an Umbred a white handle. The public are hereby cautioned against trading for the above-described Bonds. Any information concerning the above subject matter may be left with J. T. Taylor, Post-Office Department, C. S. A. my 14--6t* Geo. Russell.