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s No. 18. Hereafter no public assemblages, except for public worship, under a regular commissioned priest, will be allowed in this city for any purpose or under any presence whatever, by white or black, without the written consent of the Commander of the Defences of New Orleans; and no more than three, persons will be allowed to assemble or congregate together upon the streets of the city.--Wherever more than that number are found together by the patrol they shall be ordered to disperse, and failing to do so, the offenders shall be placed in arrest. All bar rooms, houses, stores, and shops of every description, will be closed at 9 o'clock P. M. All club-rooms and gambling house are hereby closed until further orders. No citizens or other persons, except the police and officers in the United States service, or soldiers on duty or with passes, are to be allowed in the streets after 9 o'clock P. M. By command of Brig. Gen. Emory. W. D. Smith, Lt Col, A. A. A. G.