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N. C. brigades, and Lone and Scales's brigades, of Pender's old division, now Wilcox's. The attacking column was arranged in the following order. Pickett was put in position so as to move directly on the enemy's frowning line of works. Heth's division, commanded by Pettigrew, was to move on the same line as Pickett, and attack the enemy's salient at the same moment. --Pickett's division was arranged: two brigades in the front line, supported by the third brigade; Wilcox's brigade, of Anderson's division, was to move in the rear of the right of Pickett's division to protect Pickett's right flank. Heth's division was formed in two lines, supported by Lane's and Scales's N C brigades, under the command of Maj Gen Trimble. All of the artillery of the third corps (consisting of Alexander's, Dearing's, Cabell's and Henry's battalions, and the Washington artillery,) and part of the artillery of the second corps, the whole under the command of that skillful and accomplished artilleris
Burglary. --John Ford and Mrs. Mary Jane Freylogle were brought before the Mayor yesterday to answer, the one for breaking into Dr. C. E. Anderson's dwelling house in the night time and stealing half a barrel of herrings, fifty pounds of soap, and three dozen china plates, and the other for receiving the stolen articles. The evidence showed that Dr. Anderson's house was robbed on Monday night. On Wednesday the stolen articles were found in Mrs. Freylegle's house, in Screamersville, when she said she did not know who brought them there, though her sister said they had been brought there by Ford and a negro. Ford was on Mrs. Freylogle's lot when offiKelly went there to look for the stolen goods, and ran off, but came back after the officer had left, and threatened to kill a German named Ruprecht, whom he saw standing in the street, because, he said, Ruprecht had told that he stole Dr. Anderson's things. The Mayor sent Ford on for felony, and Mrs. Freylogle for misdemeanor.