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The Daily Dispatch: June 3, 1863., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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ave the matter yet in doubt. We think the official vote will be required to decide the contest. In some of the Congressional districts the result is yet undecided. It is pretty generally conceded that Lieut. Governor Montague has beaten Mr. Garnett in the first district, and that Mr. Whitfield has been elected in the 2d district. In the 8th district it is now thought that Mr Barbour has defeated Mr. Dejarnette in the 12th Mr. Edmundson is thought to be elected over Mr. Staples, present therlin is probably elected in the Pittsylvania District, and — Peters in the Smyth District. The result in the District composed of Henrico and Hanover is still in doubt. The 10th Va Cavalry gives J N Davis 26 majority, and his election over Dr Garnett is claimed. In the District composed of Jefferson and Berkeley, Edwin L Moore is believed to be elected. House of Delegates.--The following is a list of the members elect to the House of Delegates as far as received: Albemarle — B H
this negro ran off and joined the raiders. When the Yankee cavalry revisited the neighborhood of this city on last Thursday, he deserted them and, returned into the city. The Mayor's police, while taking up negroes on Saturday to work on fortifications, got hold of this fellow, and while they had him in custody officer Crone heard him say he had been with the Yankees two months, and that he liked them well enough. Mr. Warwick was present, and after a consultation between him and the Mayor it was agreed to send the discursive negro to the fortifications. Philip, slave of Dr Garnett, was ordered to be whipped for stealing a canteen of alcohol from the Medical Purveyor's Department. The case of Burwell, slave of Mrs Ann M. Southall, charged with stealing a hog, was continued. The case of Dick, slave of Mr. Knowles, charged with breaking and entering the dwelling-house of Mr. John D Harvey and stealing a large quantity of lard, coffee, flour, &c, was also continued.