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ark against anti-republican tendencies, the preservation of the General Government in its whole constitutional vigor, as the sheet anchor of our peace at home and safety abroad." The number of deaths in the city during the week ending January 31, was 122--72 whites, 38 blacks, 12 mulattoes. The report of the "First National Bank of New Orleans" for February 1st, shows Loans and Discounts, $149,555,15; Specie, $5,453; Deposits, $552,364.50; Circulation, none; Notes in hands of U. S. Treasurer, not yet received, $90,000; United States Bonds deposited with Treasurer, $100,000. The Picayune notes the arrival of one steamer from the mouth of the Ohio, and two more were hourly expected. It describes the leave as presenting a rather dull and inanimate appearance — The sugar depot was well supplied with both sugar and molasses — though there were only limited quantities awaiting buyers. The "five thousand bales of cotton a week," predicted by some, had not arrived. The frei