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Doc. 33.-seizure of specie at New-Orleans. On the tenth of May, 1862, M. Conturie, Consul of the Netherlands at New-Orleans, laid before General Butler a stateNew-Orleans, laid before General Butler a statement of facts concerning the seizure of eight hundred thousand dollars in specie at the office of the Hope Insurance Company in that city. General Butler having lea
the foreign consuls sent to Gen. Butler the following formal protest:
New-Orleans, May 12, 1862. Major-Gen. B. F. Butler, United States Army, Commanding Depar e following reply to the protest:
headquarters Department of the Gulf, New-Orleans, May 12, 1862.
Messrs.: I have the protest which you have thought it prop anding.
On the thirteenth of May, a committee of the Associated Banks of New-Orleans requested per-mission to restore their specie to their vaults.
The General's reply was as follows:
headquarters Department of the Gulf, New-Orleans, May 14, 1862.
Messieurs: I have given very careful consideration to the matter of