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I rttO CLAM ATI ON BY THJt tflATOats MATORALTT OF NEW ORLEANR I !- ' aty Hall. April S6, 1SU. I Ts the Keepers ef Orscery aad at rrevkdea Btere r ; Tbe city aatberitiea request that all keepers ef ehacery tore, aad other, establishments where Frevistaot are said, immediately epea their respective pUeeasf burrneea and not force the eatberltlee te miasaiSBHbaj wealst wish to avoid.' It la abw TeeemmendSd that the sr dinars' enrrency continue te be received. It la aa good new aa it ever haa been, aad there te ae rsas te it. Tboes whs refuse to receive it most share the evha aasT inconvenience tbey that participate In Inflicting aa the community. It is hoped teat s spirit ef accaanmodaiioet wlU new be evinced by ail persons. Thee la ai visuals wbo hold Confederate money, and wiah te pert with ay caa have It exchanged Sar City Bins by spsJymg to the Coinsnntee ef Public Safety. Far tha better praaervatioa of public order, it I partto-alarly desired that all citizens be at heaaa by 9 F. M,, sod Uiat ladiaa sad cbildrsa reaaala within dosra aa teach aa posaible. : epST Sdpst JOHN T. MONROE, Mayor.

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  1. The Times-Picayune,
  2. 29 Apr 1862, Tue,
  3. Page 2

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