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Confederate States District Court Before Judge Halyburton yesterday a decree of sequestration was entered in the matter of L. H. Chandler, formerly of Norfolk, Virginia, an alien enemy, ordering the sale at auction of a negro, claimed as the property of said L. H. Chandler.

Robert Taylor was discharged from all liability to Confederate military service, under writ of habeas corpus, he being over forty-five years of age.

In the case of Richard Hicks, of Madison county, charged with harboring Hiram D. Hicks, a Confederate deserter, the Grand Jury found a true bill.

After which the court adjourned till 11 o'clock this morning.

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