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John Woodson, 8. Lunenburg.--C. T. Allen, 68; R. B. Bridie, 1; J. S. Payne, 1. Accomac--T. C. Parramore, 8; T. J Grinnalds, 2. Brunswick.--R. E. Meade, 3; E. M. Droomgoole, 1. Henrico--Robert A. Mayo, 2; J. J. English, 1. Prince Edward.--T. T. Tredway, 1. Dinwiddie.--J. C. Griffin, 1. Pittsylvania.--A. S. Buford, 1; John Gilmer, 1; W. M. Tredway, 1. Board of public Works. W. T. Sutherlin, 1. The above statement of the polls at Chaffin's Bluff, I believe, is entirely correct. W. S. Slater, Lieutenant James City artillery. The following is the vote polled in the Thirty-second Virginia infantry: Senate. Elizabeth City county, York, Warwick and City of Williamsburg. --Major B. P. Lee, Jr., 109; C. A. Branch, 6. House of Delegates. Elizabeth City county, York, Warwick and City of Williamsburg. --Lieutenant-Colonel W. R. Willis, 80; James W. Curtis, 26. J. P. Johnson, Captain and Superintendent of Elections.