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ounty.--As far as heard from Smith is largely ahead for Governor. The vote at two precincts — Court-House and Williams's shop — for Congress stands: Collier, 70; Gholson, 16. Prince George.--At 6 o'clock the vote stood at the C. H. for Governor: Smith, 74; Munford, 14; Flournoy, 11. Lieutenant Governor: Price, 9; Imboden, 19. Congress: Gholson, 26; Collier, 21. Appomattox.--At the close of the polls at Appomattox C. H. the vote stood for Governor: Smith, 50; Flournoy, 15. Congress: No opposition to Bocock. Lynch, for the Senate, had no opposition; nor had Flood for the House of Delegates. Army vote. At Drewry's Bluff, Smith's majority over Flournoy is 70; over Munford, 91. Imboden over Price, 39. For Congress: Gholson has a majority of 53 over Collier. A few votes were cast for Congress in the 2d district at this point. Of these, Godwin received 21; Mahone, 15; Parham 1. For the State Senate, 7th district, Adams has a majority of 70 over Jones, his highest c