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The Mighty Butler. --The Washington correspondent of the Baltimore Sun writes: On the occasion of the Sunday night serenade to Gen. Butler, in this city, he said that he was permitted to remark that during the first of autumn a victorious Federal column would penetrate the very heart of the South, and thus crush out reGen. Butler, in this city, he said that he was permitted to remark that during the first of autumn a victorious Federal column would penetrate the very heart of the South, and thus crush out rebellion. Butler, it is said, will have chief command of the army portion of the maritime expedition or expeditions which are being fitted out at the North. y, he said that he was permitted to remark that during the first of autumn a victorious Federal column would penetrate the very heart of the South, and thus crush out rebellion. Butler, it is said, will have chief command of the army portion of the maritime expedition or expeditions which are being fitted out at the North.