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Father Whelan. --The Catholics of the South and especially his flock in this city, will be rejoiced to learn that Rev. P. Whelan, who was captured with the garrison at Fort Pulaski and sent North, has been released on his parole by the Yankee Government and will soon return in his home. He was chaplain to the Catholic portion of the garrison, and a general favorite with all the troops.--Savannah Republican.
orders, to which they expressed no suit prise or objection, and they were soon on the way to the Fort in a carriage, guarded by the Deputy Marshals, Mr. Soule was quite ill on Wednesday night, suffering severely from an attack of neuraigia in the bend, but he was much better yesterday morning, and called for all the newspapers, including the New York Tribune. He expressed great indiguntion at an editorial article in the Herald censuring Gen. Butler for not hanging him instead of sending his North, and was anxious to learn the author, not appearing to be aware that a man named James Gordon Bennett claims to be the sole editor and proprietor of that sheet. Mr. Soule says that he opposed the secession of Louistana to the last mement, and was Corporation candidate of New Orleans for a seat in the Convention — the Corporation being at that time opposed to secession. He was beaten, however, by votes. After the secession ordinance passed, he says as submitted to the will of the poeple a