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Sale of Negroes. --At the sale last week in Albemarle co., Va., of negroes belonging to the estate of the late Nelson Barksdale, there were about fifty sold at an average of about $500.
Nominations. --The States-Rights party of Albemarle county, Va., have nominated W. D. Hart for the Senate, and B. H. Magruder and Franklin Minor for the House. The Jeffersonian says: Col. Randolph stated that the friends of immediate secession were to hold a Convention in Richmond on the 16th instant, and moved that this meeting send five delegates to it, which was adopted, after adding that three were to be Whigs and two Democrats. And the following gentlemen were then selected by the meeting in open nomination: Col. Thomas J. Randolph and John O. Harris, Democrats, and Thomas Wood, W. P. Farish, and James Lobban, Whigs.
The Southern Co-operation party, in Albemarle county, have nominated Jno. S. Moon and Jno. L. Cochran for the Virginia House of Delegates. Geo. W. Steed, Commissioner of the Revenue of Norfolk city, died on the 3d inst.