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to crush out rebellion and restore to them peace, etc. The regulations against pillaging, marauding and stealing, concealing slaves, etc., must be strictly enforced. It does not belong to the military to decide the relations of master and slave. No fugitive slave, therefore, will be admitted within our lines or camps." Manufacturing Union Sentiments. Washington, Feb. 25. --The Navy Department received the following dispatch to-day: Cairo, Feb, 24th, 1862. To the Hon. Gidson Welles, Secretary of the Navy: Lieutenant Commanding Gwinn, with the gunboat-Taylor, has just arrived from Tennessee, Mississippi, and Alabama, and reports that the Union sentiment in South Tennessee and North Alabama to be very strong. I shall send him back to-day, and will call at Fort Henry to accompany the gunboat, which will aid the loyal people of those States to raise Union forces within their borders. A. H. Foote, Flag Officer, Commanding. Proclamation of Com. Foote