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of rebel attack on our coast Presentof a turtle Brigadier-General Bartlett letter to Governor Seymour, ofNew York–letter to the Secretary of War letter to the Attorney-General letter to Andrew Ellison Colonel N. A. M. Dudley letter of Governor Yates, of Illinois case of Otis Newhall, of Lynn case of Mrs.Bixby, of Boston letter to the President plan to burn the Northerncities speech of Mr. Everett destruction of the Alabama Honorspaid to Commodore Winslow donations for our soldierapters. At the present writing, he is in command of the military forces at Vicksburg, Miss. This was a year in which an election was to be held for President of the United States. On the 7th of September, the Governor wrote to His Excellency Richard Yates, Governor of Illinois, as follows:— I propose to visit Washington, arriving there by next Tuesday morning, spending a day or two in New York, on the way, in order to have some conversation with the President on the present attitude