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aged — soldiers as Spies on the movements of citizens, Etc. The most interesting trial under Burnside's "death order" that has taken place is that of Hon. Clement L. Vallandigham, by court-martial,and officers of the army, as minions of the Administration. He said that he did not ask Gen. Ambrose Burnside whether he might speak there or not; that he was a freeman, and spoke when and where he uthority to speak to the people was higher than General Order No. 38 of that mobbing despot, Gen. Burnside. It was order No. I, signed by George Washington. Q.--Were not the three names of Tod, Lincoln, and Burnside used together, and that I didn't ask their consent to speak? A.--At another time he used these words. Q.--Were not the remarks you said I made about despising, spittin, I naturally noticed the topics which he discussed. Q.--Did you hear his allusions to General Burnside, and if so, what were they? A — The only allusion he made to the General was, I think,