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Lessons from Poland's Pate. --The following edicts have been issued in Poland for the more speedy suppression of the rebellion: First an order applicable principally to the districts infested with bands of guerillas. According to it every proprietor shall render to the military authorities an exact account of the number and nature of the horses in his stable; no transfer of horses is to take place without the express permission of the commandant; furthermore, no person shall for the Poland for the more speedy suppression of the rebellion: First an order applicable principally to the districts infested with bands of guerillas. According to it every proprietor shall render to the military authorities an exact account of the number and nature of the horses in his stable; no transfer of horses is to take place without the express permission of the commandant; furthermore, no person shall for the future ride on any horse unless he is actually engaged in the Government service, and for further security all saddles are confiscated; lastly, no bells are to be sounded in any place what ever, except in factories, where signals for rest, &c., can only be given by that means; and in the latter case a list of the hours at which the bell shall be rung is to be posted up under the bell rope. The two first regulations are intended to restrain the general supply of horses to the insurrectionists, t