of foreigners who can not speak English.
It is indeed fortunate if the Administration has got rid of this office-seeking Abolitionist.
It is fortunate for the country; for his ignorance of military operations would certainly have brought further and greater disasters upon the army of that department.
Let him be commander- in-chief of the Abolitionists, with "no subordinate," since he has resigned his military commission for being placed in a subordinate position.
He is fit only for Garrison's army of destructive, who desire to live under an "unwritten Constitution, " so that they may, to use the beautiful and impressive language of our esteemed neighbor of the Courant, "loose the bonds of every slave upon this continent, and make the whole Southern region a live hell for one generation at least. "
News from Fredericksburg — Departure of Gen. King for the Shenandoah Valley. Fredericksburg, Va., June 28.
--Gen. King and staff left Fredericksburg to day for the Valle