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ouching Order No. 28 was supposed to have been ended. But this course did not suit the keepers of John T. Monroe, and in the evening of the same day Gen. Butler received the following letter: Mayoralty of New Orleans, City Hall, May 16, 1862. Major General Butler: Sir --Having misunderstood you yesterday in relation to your General Order No. 28, I wish to withdraw the endorsement I made on the letter addressed to you yesterday. Please deliver the letter to my Secretary, Mr. Duncan, who will hand you this note. Your obedient servant, John T. Monroe, Mayor. To this General Butler returned the following answer: Headq'rs Department of the Cully, New Orleans, May 18, 1862. Sir. --There can be, there has been, no room for misunderstanding of General Order No. 18. No lady will take any notice of a strange gentleman, and a fortiori of a stranger simply in such form as to attract attention, Common women do. Therefore, whenever woman, lady