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ish Minister, asks Seward to release English pilots, 849. M Maccormick, Dr., Chas., medical director at New Orleans, 403; discovers two cases of fever, 408-410; invaluable services, 895. MacKENZIEenzie, reference to, 862. Magee's Cavalry, 461. Magruder, General, 282. Mahan, John, services as spy, 484-485. Mahan, Professor, reference to, 817. Mahone, Gen., William, position at close of the war, 879; merit for leadership recognized by Lee, 879-880; an open letter from Horace Lacy to, 881-887. Major Archer's corps of reserves, reference 679. Malden, Mass., the arson case in, 1029-1030. Mallory, Colonel, slaves of, come to Butler, 256-257. Malvern, the flag-ship at Fort Fisher, 791, 796, 797. Manassas Junction, Butler advises fortifying, 222-223. Manchac pass, capture of, 501. Mansfield, General, commanding at Washington, mention of, 225, 236. Marcy, General, forwards copy of missing despatches to Grant, 874. Marengo, Napoleon's famous bat
Military Appointments. --Brigadier-General Daniel Ruggies, (late Colonel in the U. S. Army,) has appointed Geo.Turner, of King George, and Horace Lacy, of Stafford, as his Aids; Maj Kerr, Brigade Inspector; Seth B. French, Commissary; and M. H. Crump as Quartermaster. General Ruggles has made Fredericksburg his headquarters, in pursuance of orders.
jail. Joseph Fisher and William Miffleton, boys about twelve and fourteen years of age, were charged with gambling in a public place, near the sidewalk on 2d street. They were orally reprimanded and discharged. George, slave of Reuben T Lacy, charged with feloniously breaking into and entering the dwelling-house of Alexander R Holladay, and stealing various articles of groceries, &c, amounting in value to $6,000, was committed to await a future hearing. This makes the fifth person wh Two negro women, named Kesiah and Lizzie, charged with using abusive language towards James Mitchell, were ordered to be whipped. The following parties were committed to jail till such time as their status can be proved: John, slave of Horace Lacy, of Fredericksburg, suspected of being a runaway and stealing one bag of corn from some person unknown, and Henry, slave of Maria Hubard, charged with stealing apples and onions, and with being a runaway. John Ford, a driver of an ice-car