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gates.--In this city everything passed off quietly, and but a small vote was polled, as will be seen from the following statement: candidates.Jefferson Ward.Madison Ward.Monroe Ward.Total. Colonel Wyatt M Ethott140230163542 Colonel Thomas P. August,200238319757 David L Burr.150303238711 James A. Scott160303302765 Richard F. Walker205184170568 David J. Saunders.150215337732 Samuel C. Tardy4797114258 Richard Reins265444121 John H Parkhill423483159 From indications it seems that Colonel August has been successful for the seat in the Senate, and that Messrs. Scott, Saunders and Burr are elected to the lower House. The army vote, however, may reverse that of the city, and we must await the returns therefrom before announcing definitely the names of the successful candidates from this city. Henrico county. The vote of Henrico county, as far as heard from, shows a decided majority in favor of Mr. Joseph J. English. At the court-house, English received