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Nero Orleans, October 13, 1862.
All commanders of regiments, batteries and unattached companies, will immediately report to Col. J. W. SHAFFER, A. Q. M., the number of discharged men they have to be sent home, and will have the men ready to go North on the U. S. transport McClellan, which will leave on or about the 16th October.
BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BUTLER ;
GEO. C. STRONG, Assistant Adjutant General.
All persons holding powers of attorney or letters of authorization from, or who are merely acting for, or tenants of, or intrusted with any moneys, goods, wares, property or merchandise, real, personal or mixed, of any person now in the service of the so-called Confederate States, or any person not known by such agent, tenan: or trustee to be a loyal citizen of the United States, or a bona fide neutral subject on a foreign government, will retain in their own hand, until further orders, all such moneys, goods, wares, merchandise and property, and make an accurate return of the same to David C. G. Field, Esq., the Financial Clerk of this Department, upon oath, on or before the first day of November next. Every such agent, tenani or trustee failing to make true return, or shall pay over or deliver any such moneys. goods, wares, merchandise and property to, or for the use, directly or indirectly, oi any person not known by him to be a loyal citizen of the l'nited States, without an order from these headquarters, will be held personally responsible for the amount so neglected to be returned, paid over or delivered. All rents due or to become due by tenants of property belonging to persons not known to be loyal citizens of the United States, will be paid as they become due, to D. C. G. Field, Esq., Financial Clerk of the Department.
BY COMMAND OF MAJOR GENERAL BUTLER :
GEO. C. STRONG,
A. A. G., Chief of Stati.