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From New Orleans.

--A New Orleans Picayune, of November 22, has been received in Mobile.--Butler has allowed the Bank of New Orleans to resume business. During the week ending November 15, 12,872 families have received aid from the U. S. Relief Commission, of which 4,657 were Irish, 1,200 Americans, 3,932 Germans, 588 English, 64 Scotch, 723 French, 144 Spanish, 1,308 colored, etc.--a statement which indicates a vast amount of pauperism, and destitution in the Crescent City. There are no quotations of cotton in the Picayune's price current.

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