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f thirty or sixty days was granted on the start. This, of course, Mr. Blair informed him would not be acceded to by the United States Government. Butler at Lowell — a good notice for Grant, the Butcher. Butler arrived at Lowell on Saturday, and that evening addressed his "fellow-citizens" at a public hall. He rehearsed Lowell on Saturday, and that evening addressed his "fellow-citizens" at a public hall. He rehearsed his services to the United States since the beginning of his infamous career, and tried to clear up the Wilmington failure by laying the fault on Farragut. As for what he did, he would do it over again under the same circumstances. He said: He was here on a letter from the Lieutenant-General to the President; but no word oe to the country instead of the blessing it was intended to be. In conclusion, General Butler apologized for speaking at such length. He was ordered to report at Lowell, and he had now reported in full. They had a right to know if their welcome was worthily bestowed. He referred to the apparent prosperity of the people, and sai