e faith of the city is pledged for the faithful execution of the requirements of this order, on the part of the agent of the city authorities, who will be allowed to pass with the boats either way, he giving no intelligence or aid to the Confederates. By command of Major-Gen. Butler. Geo. C. Strong, A. A. G.
On Sunday morning the City Council met in special session to take action on the above orders, and a adopted three resolutions; the first of which appoints and empowers Mr. Moses Green wood to be the agent of the city of New Orleans, to attend to the matter of the importation of the flour from Mobile; the second, appointing Mr. P. S. Wiltz to be the agent on the Opelousas Railroad, the third appointing A. D. Grieff, Esq., to be the agent to attend to the transportation of provisions from the mouth of Red River.
Spirit of the people.
We copy the following from the Della of the 3d:
General Butler sent an officer yesterday to secure rooms for himself and s