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Lee, J C Vaughn, John V Harris, John C Moore. Colonels commanding brigades--Thos P. Dockery, a W Reynolds, F M Cockrell. Col. Edward Higgins commanded the river batteries. commands and commanding officers. 22d Louisiana, infantry, S Jones, captain. 23d Louisiana, John T Plattiner, colonel, 153 men. 3d Louisiana, David Pierson, major, 230 men. 31st Louisiana, James W Draughon, col., 523 men. 27th Louisiana, Joseph T Hatch, captain, 595 men. 17th Louisiana, Robert Ricolonel, 234 men. 1st Battery Waul's Texas Legion, E S Bolling, major, 219 men. 15th Arkansas, Squire Boon, colonel, 195 men. 19th Arkansas, J K Norwood, captain, 101 men. 21st Arkansas, A Tyler, captain, 82 men. 20th Arkansas, D W Jones, colonel, 93 men. 1st Missouri, A C Riley, colonel, 344 men. 2d Missouri, T M Carter, major, 356 men. 3d Missouri, J K McDowell, major, 258 men. 5th Missouri, J McCowan, colonel, 276 men. 6th Missouri, S Cooper, major, 216 men.
An important local decision. --An important and interesting decision has been made by Judge Hook, of the Middle circuit in Georgia. The case was brought before the Court by B. F. Jones & Co., of Augusta, who filed a bill against Wm. F. Howell, Captain Commissary, praying for an injunction to restrain the said Howell from taking away a quantity of sugar seized by him under the impressment law until a full and fair compensation, according to the market value, should be paid. The Judge held that the price agreed upon by the Commissioners under the law was fair and just, and as to the position assumed that the secure was unnecessary, it was a sufficient reply that "the National Legislature has declared in favor of its necessity by the passage of the law."