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The Daily Dispatch: April 3, 1863., [Electronic resource], Interesting letter from a lady in New Orleans. (search)
eir heads in future years when they meet an old man, woman, or child, who dwelt here during Butler's reign of terror, and call them not only patriots, but by a higher title — martyrs! However, our brave soldiers are winning both titles for us in other fields. But I have left the rebels drawn up in line of battle, certain the attack would come, but a little doubtful how it would be made. They were certainly a goodly company, or rather multitude; for, from Canal Street Ferry almost to Carrolton, the sunshine fail upon the many- colored robes, and eager, wishful faces, all turned one way, waiting to give the farewell wave, so make the air ring with a shout that, in each heart, was a "God bless you!" --then back to their homes, to take up the yoke, and be patient for a little while longer. Suddenly, through the well-dressed, well-mannered crowd, ran a murmur. "What is it? --What is it?" we asked of a lady near. "Only that we are ordered to disperse and go home. I, for one won