immense crowd of persons assembled around the hotel, and hurrahs for "Beauregard," "Davis," and "the South," and groaned for various parties who seemed obnoxious to them.
A Federal officer left the hotel and processed to the Court-House; the chief rendezvous of the U. S. troops, and returned with a equal of soldiers, who formed a cordon around the hotel.
Several arrests were made by Federal soldiers of citizens of the crowd for giving expression to their feelings.
Among those was Mr. McDaniels Edwards, and old citizen, and proprietor of the large foundry on the levee.
We seize the occasion again to counsel and urge upon our citizens the impolicy of large assemblies, and of all violent manifestation of feeling.
They should remain as much as possible at home, and afford no provocation for severe and violent proceedings on the part of those who have military occupation of the city.
Advance of "Bronze John."
A few days ago a man hailing from New York took board with a