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Text for Page 062 [02-10-1863]

              refused her nothing.  �Why
didn�t you say it was a friend 
of yours?� he asked, about some-
body liable to be �turned into 
the street� by his order.   Yet
the lady exhibited to me a scrap-
book filled with virulent and 
abusive acrostics on his name, 
attacks on his doings, caricatures
and similar literature, pertinent 
to his rule in New Orleans.   In
one lithograph he was represented
as a hyena, digging up the grave 
of the rebel general, Joe Johnston �
in search of buried treasure � so
I was told.   Harris read aloud
a parody on Poe�s raven, I sus-
pect of [cayant?] composition, also
vilifying Butler.    I observed the
famous woman �order� in the scrap-
book.     To Butler�s farewell address
was appended a M. S. note, char-
acterizing it as illustrative at               
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