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Commissioner's Sale of two negroes. As Commissioner under a decree of the county Court of Hanover, in the case of "White's ex'ors, &c., vs. Taylor, &c.,& pronounced on the 1st of May, 1860, I will sell, on Thursday next, the 4th day of December, between the hours of 11 o'clock A. M. and 1 o'clock P. M., at the auction house of Hector Davis, in the city of Richmond, to the highest bidder, for cash, the two negro Slaves named in the said decree — to wit: Jordan and Jane. John T. Mills, no 29--td* Special Commissioner.
right place. Col Alexander, our new commander, graduated second in his class at West Point, and in addition to the control of this battalion, has in a few days past been put in command of all of Gen. Longstreet a artillery, besides being connected with the Orderliness Department. He has rather more than one man can do. He was assigned to our battalion about a fortnight ago. The equipment of this battalion is very fine. The following are the batteries — half of the guns were captured: Jordan's hatt's, Monday's, Eubanks,s, Parker's, and Woolfolk's. In the battalion there are 760 men and 410 horses and mules. To supply the command with forage demands a good deal of energy on the part of the Quartermaster. Lieut. P. A. Franklin, of Parker's battery, has been lately commissioned Quartermaster, with the rank of Captain, and Sergeant George E. Saville has been elected to fill his place in the battery. The health of the battalion is remarkably good, In the company to which I belong