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Latest from New Orleans. --The Mobile Tribune has interesting intelligence from New Orleans, Algiers, Jefferson city, and Carrolton $1,382 had taken the oath of allegiance, and 6,534 had taken the oath as enemies to the United States. The Tribune says: Butler had taken but few steps to dispossess owners of confiscated property. But little had been sold at auction, either of personal effects or of real estate. Two French war vessels were in port; a larger one being at the Belize. The French Consul made a demand upon Butler to restore the arms taken from French citizens, and the slaves he had robbed them of. The React replied that he would consult his masters at Washington. The Consul informed him that his orders were peremptory, and must be at once complied with; he would not grant time for a consultation with the Yankee Government. The British ship Rinaldo had returned to New Orleans, and was creating a stir among the Yankees, the British Commander exhibiting