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. The Kaiserbagh had fallen on the 14th; and half an hour after discipline was at an end, and the officers had lost all command over their men. On the 17th, General Campbell was obliged to establish patrols to check plundering, and to remain in inactivity 'until the present license ceases.' The troops were evidently completely oufectly welcome to appropriate to themselves any silver spoons, jeweled bracelets, and other little memorials they may find about the scene of their glory; and if Campbell is compelled to disarm his own army in the midst of war, in order to stop wholesale robbery and violence, there may have been military reasons for the step; but hat the British officers tried to stop the outrages, whilst the Yankee officers are the leaders in robbery, devastation and murder. Contrast the conduct of Sir Colin Campbell and General Hunter! As to confiscation, what was Lord Canning to Lincoln?--Yet here is the Tribune now urging on and applauding the same crimes against Chr