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ecticut; W H Maisch, Acting Master gunboat Cambridge; H W Wells, Master's Mate, same boat. The one hundred and sixty-odd men, of the 54th Pennsylvania Regiment, captured by Col. Imboden on the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, some time ago, and who have since been held as hostages for our partisan rangers in the hands of the enemy, have been released, and are included in the lot to be sent off, our men having been returned for exchange — Included, also, in the number who go today, is Col. Thos. J. Jordan, of the 9th Pennsylvania Regiment, for sometime past confined in Castle Thunder on charges seriously affecting him, both as an officer and gentleman. He was captured by Col. Forrest, in Tennessee. Citizens of that State, hearing of it, represented that while in command of a Federal regiment in their State he had authorized his men to rob, murder, and steal, and commit other species of diabolism not necessary to mention. He was examined yesterday by the Secretary of War and paroled,
Commissioner's sale of two Negroes. As Commissioner under a decree of the county Court of Hanover, in the case of "White's ex'ors, &c., vs. Taylor, &c.," pronounced on the 1st of May, 1860, I will sell, on Thursday next, the 4th day of December, between the hours of 11 o'clock A. M. and 1 o'clock P. M., at the auction house of Hector Davis, in the city of Richmond, to the highest bidder, for cash, the two negro Slaves named in the said decree — to wit: Jordan and Jane. John T. Mills, no 29--td* Special Commissioner.