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called the "Moccasins," and after being disarmed, were released on taking the oath not to bear arms against the South. This news we get from the Cincinnati papers. Extortionate Price for necessaries. The people of New Orleans deal with the speculators in a rather summary fashion.--One evening last week, a meeting was advertised to take place at the Merchants' and Auctioneers' Exchange, in order to consider measures for abating the extortionate prices for necessaries now prevailing. The meeting was postponed before the hour designated, in consequence of steps having been taken to effect the object contemplated, without resorting to the deliberations of a public assembly. A liberal Patriot. In the Washington (N. O.) Dispatch we find thanks returned to Mr. Perkins, who resides near Pactolus, Pitt county, for kindly entertaining 200 horses and 170 men, free of charge, on their route from Granville county to Washington. This was doing things on a liberal scale.