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ore the court martial, of the Lieutenant who committed that act of barbarity, thereby confessing his guilt, we should have been spared, by the good conduct of the Union troops, the recital of any similar act of atrocity. We notice this case now to call the attention of the military authorities. They will see that it has none of the attributes which are specified in military orders, and justify the nilling of rebels when found with arms in their hands. In Monroe county, Mo., near the Salt river railroad bridge, on Sunday last, as Ms. James M. Lasley and his family were returning from church, together with a party of young ladies and gentlemen, who were visiting them at their country home, they found their and grounds occupied by Federal troops who had been stationed at the bridge. Suspecting no farm, though finding the grounds guarded they advanced towards than resilience, when Mr. Lasley was ordered to get down and go to Palmy He replied, that they must permit him to enter th