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, six hundred and eight thousand four hundred and eighty two dollars and eight cents. Other property now being collected, and which will be turned over to the Confederate Government, will further reduce the cost. No report has been received from the Paymaster General's department. In this connection it is appropriate and becoming that should refers to the distinguished commander of the State Line, whose race is run, whose labors are ended, and who now quietly sleeps with the dead. General Floyd was no ordinary man. He was blessed with rare intellectual endowments. He possessed uncommon energy and great physical endurance. His information was varied, extensive, and valuable. As an orator, he had few superiors — as a statesman, he was equal to any of the men of his day — and as a patriot, devoted to his country and his country's cause, his services in this war best attest his merits. He was equal to every position to which he was called — as Delegate in the General Assembly, <