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sually punctual visitors were among the missing. One came in at a late hour, presenting a rubicund visage, which contrasted strangely with the look so long sicklied o'er the pale cast of thought, and on inquiry we learned that the destruction of silver-top, during the previous night, had been frightful. In the prisoner's box were four or five strangers who had imbibed too much of the sweet oblivious antidote, and as a consequence fell into the hands of the Phiristines and were disposed of in the usual way. Francis Sheridan, charged with complicity in the murder of William Clarke, having been again taken into custody, was present, but his examination was postponed. Wilham, slave of K. Coleman, was awarded 39 lashes for assaulting and cutting another negro. George, slave of Louisa Burton, was brought up on the charge of stealing a bridle and a horse collar, and apprehending that he might also steal a force if he was permitted to go at large, the Mayor sent him to jail.
, Damel, Richardson, Payne, Thrash, Gillespie, Carpenter, Baker. Lunatic Asylum--Messrs. Rives, Curtis, Tate, McGruder, Nelson of Fluvanna, Clockett, Worsham, Hopkins, Anderson of Albemarle, Lockridge, Woolfolk, Bradford, Vaden, Vernmillion, Clarke. Enrolled Bills--Messrs. Hunt, Kyle, Wootten, Gillespie, Booten, Taylor, Prince, Worsham, McDonald of Logan, Woolfolk, Nelson of Louisa, Cecil, Fletcher, Rowan, Bayse. Banks--Messrs. Robertson, Edmunds, Ward, Davis of Campbell, James, Wst Auditor's Office--Messrs. Johnson, Woodson, Wilson of Isle of Wight, Tate, Spady, Franklin, McKinney, Flood, McLaughlin, Wooten, Williams. Second Auditor's Office--Messrs. Shannon, Woodhouse, Bayse, Coleman of Nelson, Mallory, Blue, Ward, Clarke, Laidly, Vaden, Lively. Library--Messrs. Edmunds, Minor, Sheffey, Gordon, Mallory, Anderson of Botetourt, McKinney, Burke, Baker, Cazenove, Crochett, Gilmer, Dabney, Nelson of Louisa, Garrison. Armory--Messrs. Blue, Carter, Wright, Shan
Rochester. He has not been heard from since. Strong hopes are entertained here by many that General Crittenden will make a stand, and give our boys an opportunity to do some work. It is believed that the Federal forces at, or near Rochester. Calhoun, and Hartford, number own or eight thousand men. I know nothing positive of the present strength of Gen. Sherman, on the railroad North of us, and time of the forces at Columbia, and in that vicinity. We have about 4,000 men at Hop under Gen. Clarke of Mississippi, a new man in Kentucky, but said to be a good officer. Federal Plundering in Kansas. The St. Louis Republican has the following paragraph: A few days since, the notorious Captain Cleveland, with about twenty of his band of Jayhawker, entered the Union branch Bank and the Bank of Northrup & Co. of Kansas City, and took $850 from the former and $3,000 from the latter. It was fortunate for both banks that they had anticipated a robbery, and removed most of thei