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on Harricon, of Cumberland, and was himself a minister of the Presbyterian Church. He was a chaplain for two years of the University of Virginia, and for some months temporarily in charge of the First. Presbyterian Church of this city. The war found him in charge of a congregation in Hanover county. Impelled by a lofty patriotism he deemed it his duty to enter the army. He was chosen captain of a volunteer company, and soon showed the qualities of an excellent soldier. He was a Christian gentleman of the highest order — a man of education, fine intelligence, genial disposition, and polished manners. His brother, a gallant young officer, and three first cousins, fell on the bloody field of Manassas." We also notice among the list of killed, the names of Col. John Brown, brother of ex-Governor Neil S. Brown, and Hon. Alfred Robb. Col. Hanson, was a prominent politician in the Ashland district, and a few years ago was a candidate for Congress against the Hon. James. B. Clay.
er dozen.--Stock of all kinds very light. Lime — Mountain unstacked, $2.00 to $2.50 per bbl.; according to quantity. Molasses — New Orleans, 90a95 cents; golden syrup (Richmond) 85 cents. Nails — Old Dominion, 10all cents. Offal (mili)--Bran, 20 cents; shorts, 25 cents. Brownstuffs, 3c cts; shipstuffs, 70 cents. Oil — Tanners', $1.12al.50; machine, 11.50a$2 per gallon. Oats — We quote 35 cents per bushel, and scarce. Rye — 90a$1.10 per bushel. Sugars — Brown, 14a15 cents per 1b.; coffee, 15½a19 cents; crushed, 23 to 25 cts. All qualities advancing. Salt — Sales by the sack at $25 for ground alum; fine, $37.50a$40 per sack. Seed — Clover Seed, $18a20 — latter by retail; Timothy, $5½a$6½ Soda — Best English, 35a40 cents per lb. tobacco — The tobacco market continues firm, with limited sales and breaks. Quotations are somewhat improved. Tallow — 15a16 cents per lb. Whiskey.--Common $2.50 to $4; o