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Receiver's sale of negroes. --In pursuance of the orders of the District Court of the Confederate States in the two cases of the Confederate States against L. S. Marye, and the Confederate States ex parte in the matter of George Metzyer, an alien enemy, made on the 14th instant, I will sell, on Friday, the 22d instant, at 10 o'clock, at the auction house of Hill, Dickinson & Co., at public auction, for cash, the following Slaves, namely: Ann and her three children, late the property of Miles G. Carter, and alien enemy. George, aged nine years, and Thomas, aged five years, late the property of George Metzyer, an alien enemy. Henry L. Brooke, Receiver, District No. 3. se 17--td
hat the force of Sherman now there consists of three distinct armies, divided into ten army corps, and embracing, altogether, a strength of one hundred and twenty thousand. They give the number and position of these armies as follows: Army of the Cumberland, commanded by General Schofield, quartered at Decatur, twenty to thirty thousand strong. Army of Mississippi, commanded by General Smith, at East Point, twenty to thirty thousand strong. Army of Tennessee, commanded by General Thomas, quartered in Atlanta, fifty to sixty thousand strong. They report that Sherman is now running eight trains daily to and from Chattanooga. Already many warehouses in the city are filled with commissary, quartermaster and ordnance stores, and the immense railroad passenger depot is so crammed with them that the trains are discharged outside of the house. Before the ten days armistice is over Atlanta will be full to repletion of military stores of all kinds. They are accumulati
rt. --Judge Halyburton convened his court yesterday, and disposed of the following cases: John H. Briscoe and William B. Brown, members of Dement's Maryland battery, who petitioned for discharge from military service on the ground of having served out the term for which they enlisted, were duly arraigned; and the Judge having taken time to consider the merits of their application, decided favorably, and ordered their discharge. Three other members of the same company, to wit: Samuel S. Thomas, John C. Hardy and John H. Stinchman, then made application for discharges upon similar grounds, which will occupy the attention of the court at some future time. The District Attorney entered a nolle pros in the case of Carter Newcomb, indicted for treason; and he was thereupon discharged. Martha A. Allen renewed her recognizance in the sum of three thousand dollars for the appearance of her son, Lewis H. Allen, on the 10th day of November, to answer the charge of fraudulent