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[Correspondence of the Mobile Tribune.]from New Orleans. May 5. --The proclamation of Gen. Butler to the citizens, announcing how he intends to rule them, is published. It looks on the face of it merciful and reasonable enough in a conqueror, but you needn't rely on these soft words, for, notwithstanding the minute in his particulars, he is keeping a sharp watch for an opportunity of laying his grasp on some of the prominent men in the city. Pierre Soule, who has acted as spokesmen for the municipal authorities, will, I am afraid, find himself in trouble soon unless he makes his escape. Several prominent gentlemen likely to suffer have already prudently retired. Under the assurance of the enemy's commander, there is a stronger feeling of security among the citizens. They begin to believe that their houses will not be nasties by the forced presence of the marauder. They will not be knocked down and "dragged out" on the streets, or have their "things" stolen indiscri