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er, by a gunboat. Mrs. Campbell afterwards made application to Brig-Gen. Ross, commanding in the absence of Maj-Gen. Prentiss, for her properbe recognized as her mother's negroes by her. By order of Brigadier-General Ross. M. G. Townsend, Capt. and Provost-Marshal. --Monteith,office of the Provost Marshal and ask Mr. Townsend for a copy of General Ross's order. His reply was that General Ross had been at his officeGeneral Ross had been at his office and made the order verbal; it was no written order from the General. The writer stated to Mr. Townsend that Mr. Sawyer wanted the order, as ndent with their mistress. Thereupon Mr. Sawyer addressed Brig. Gen. Ross in the following language: Headquarters Freedmen, Helena, Ark, July 24th, 1863. Brig. Gen. Ross, Commanding: The servants claimed by Mrs. Louisa T. Campbell are at this office, and they aresuasion has been or will be used to retain them. By order of Brig. Gen. Ross. M. S. Kimball, A. A. G. How the Yankees Drove the neg
The cage. --Joseph Shaw and Robert Davis were yesterday committed to the cage on the charge of stealing $800 in Confederate notes, the property of John Buchanan; Jerry Sullivan, for stealing a coat and pair of boots, valued at $150, the property of Isaac Jacob; was also consigned to the lock-up; also, Wm. H. Ross, a free negro, who was lately sold into slavery for stealing the coat and money of a market man. This time he was arrested as a fugitive from his master.