A writer vindicuÃirinr the pretensiÃ³n of New Orleons to be a very virtuoos city, says, "I am amazed thnt any sensible man shonld single out Kew Orleans as au especio.] specimen o: iniquity. There is private hospitalily en ugl herc, there is public enterprbe enough here there if intelligence cnough here, and if you will only remove thatjoreign floaiing populatiÃ³n of fjly thousand " (the eniire population is not more Ihun mnety,) '-uhich jeeds the drinking shops and the brothels and the jails, there is virlue enough there.' Tlie writer is a wise man. Only take all the vice and rasrality out of ony city, and you will be 6ure to leave a very viituoue place.