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Sequestration proceedings. --Since our last report, proceedings have been instituted in the Confederate States District Court against the following persons, to sequester property of alien enemies: Robert A. Hill and Samuel B. Lipscomb — to affect Joseph H. Birdsall, alien enemy. Green & Allen, builders — Patterson & Bro., Allen enemies. Charles E. Childress — E. H. Harnford & Co., and others, alien enemies Wm. P. Graves — Monro Philip, alien enemy. Obediah Alley — Walter Mead, alien enemy. J. J. Bishop — Joseph Willmar, alien enemy. Camilla Loyal — David G. Farragut, alien enemy. John Neil — Francis James and sons, and others, alien enemies. John E. Barry — Havel & Co, and others, alien enemies. Jno. H. Nicholas — P. H. Cowen and others, alien enemies.--Leiffort — Lewis Tudor, alien enemy. E. E. Orvis and B. A. Cocke — H. C. Teffey and others, alien enemies. John C. Patterson — J. R. Jaflrey and sons, and others, alien enemies. F. H. Dade & Co.
Qualified. --William Green, Esq., of Richmond, yesterday qualified to practice as an Attorney in the Confederate States District Court.
A correspondent of the Montgomery (Ala.) Advertiser, writing from Knoxville, Tenn., says there is considerable complaint made about Gen. Zollicoffer, by the officers of the different regiments under his command, and the general impression is that he is not competent for the position he holds. Some two weeks ago, in Missouri, the Federals arrested Mrs. Campbell, who is a sister of Senator Green. Having no prison handy, and desiring to humiliate her, they have compelled her to wash the dirty clothes of the soldiers and to sew for them. A man of experience, who has tried it, advises that our soldiers keep a small amount of tar, say a large spoonful, in their canteens, in order that the water may extract its properties. It is a good preventive of chills and fever. A. K. Ceago, of Atlanta, Ga., advertises through the Commonwealth to retail to the poor of that city 100 sacks of salt at three cents per pound, and not more than 50 pounds to any one purchaser. If a
The trial of the privateers in New York Pronounced a farce. Philadelphia, Nov. 4. --In the United States Court to-day Judge Green said it seemed like a farce to try the privateersmen at this time. The dictates of humanity should counsel the Government to treat the captives on sea like some of those taken on the land. He could not understand the policy of hanging the first, and exchanging those taken on land.