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High prices for negroes. --At asale made yesterday of negroes belonging to the estate of the late Samuel Hardgrove, the fellowing prices were obtained vizd. Wm. Washington $1,570, Robin Carter, $1,535; Jerry Page, $1,800; Wm Minor $1,765; Geo, Johnson $1,600; Wm. Johnson, $1,500; two boys () acout 13 yeare of age, Jeo Wilkinson, $1,476. Stephen Wesley $1,500; $1,800, Amounharp $1,750, Peter Brown, Jim. Washington, $1,750; Doctor Crump. $1,935; Albert Mayo, Manson Coz. $1,875;Frank Wise $1,700, Siless Jones, $1,730; Wm. Banker, $1,600. Hill, Pet Clay, $1,900, Peter Davis, $90; Wm. Lee, $1,250; Allen, $1,470, Fleming $1,700; wright. $1,625; Edwin Baxter, $1,600; Read $1,700, Frank Cheatham, $1,379, Jas. Crump, $950; Beverly $1,700;Chas, Wm. Dabuey, Nipe, $1,830; David, $1,600, Wm. Jones, $1,600, Bill, $1,100, Isalsh Grump, $1,600, Josian, $1,750.
which it seems to have fallen, and to prepare it for new enterprises. We may be assured that the whole Yankee press will join in this endeavor, and that it will be successful. In a fortnight universal Yankeedom will believe that the defeat at Fredericksburg, like the defeat at Sharpsburg, was a great triumph, Burnside has already given the hint for the manner in which this belief is to be wrought up by saying that he occupied a part of the battle ground, and that he waited two days for Lee, who did not venture to attack him. Slight as this hint may seem, it will be sufficient for the object in view; for there never existed upon earth a nation so ford of being cheated at the Yankees or so desirous to be regarded as — what nature never destined them to be — a great military people. The New York Herald, well understanding their temper, repres the late vaid and repulse of their troops to North Carolina as so many splendid victorian, declaring that they are of importance enough to
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Gen. Hecker. Gen. Hecker is prompt in publishing to his countrymen that he did not approve Gen. Burnsides's attack upon Gen. Lee, and predicted it would end in the war it did. This is an open fasler for the command of the Grand Army. If Burnside had been successful the world would never have heard