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The Daily Dispatch: November 3, 1860., [Electronic resource], English view of the late Royal visit. (search)
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....571 Braxton......32 Buckingham......68 Campbell......256 Caroline......117 Carroll......117 Charles City......179 Charlotte......3 Clay......41 Culpeper......22 Cumberland......48 Elizabeth City......50 Essex......55 Floyd......183 Fluvanna......156 Franklin......116 Giles......111 Gloucester......18 Greenbrier......110 Hardy......417 Henrico......393 Henry......157 James City......80 Kanawha......679 King George......9 Lancaster......49 Lee......64 Loudoun......1076 Louisa......99 Marshall......195 Mason......141 Matthews......62 McDowell......82 Mercer......128 Monroe......173 Montgomery......227 Morgan......13 Nansemond......191 Nelson......356 New Kent......107 Nicholas......61 Norfolk city......309 Norfolk county......210 Northampton......74 Nottoway......17 Ohio......293 Orange......47 Petersburg......308 Pittsylvania......289 Portsmouth......141 Powhatan......4 Princess Ann
The returns. The following are the returns received since the publication of the table yesterday, containing 140 counties: Breckinridge's Major's. In 110 counties14 565 Taxewell698 Wirt111 Jackson100 Grayson132 Louie256 Sussex109 Lee425 Hanover200 McDowell16 Mercer175 Russell48 Scott200 16535 Bell's majorities. In 110 counties15,695 Kanawha760 Patrick2 Lancaster67 Pendleton167 Randolph18 Nicholas811 Richmond county168 York139 17.327 16,836 Bell's majority792 Letcher's maj. in'59 in counties unheard from1,288 Bell falls short of overcoming Letcher's majority by496 The following table shows the vote in 1859, in the counties yet unheard from: Letcher. Boone142 Buchanan91 Cabell91 Calhoun251 Craig161 Fayette39 Logan386 Middlesex85 Pocahontas285 Preston305 Tucker159 Wayne51 Webster. (new co.) Wise18 2,017 729 Letcher's maj.1,288 Giggin. Braxton32 Clay41 Giles111 Mason141 Morgan13 Pulnam24 Ra
Maj. General Lee, of the Provisional Army of Virginia, has been directed by President Davis to assume the control of the forces of the Confederate States now in Virginia.--His office has been for some time established in the late Custom-House of the United States, in the rooms formerly occupied by the Clerk of the Federal Court.
Fluvanna4434877 Frederick131596366 Franklin1076863133 Fayette24138165 Floyd40038435 Gloucester4603910 Goochland42824437 Grayson44731516 Greenbrier505993133 Greene5217410 Greenesville15113941 Halifax131256138 Hanover74957527 Hancock2623385 Hardy35589474 Henrico6411403189 Henry44454359 Highland170215255 Harrison1191931107 Isle of Wight75714719 James City601485 Jefferson458959440 Jackson50938864 Kanawha5131765 King George22318437 King William3151428 Lancaster10612560 Lee89446210 Lewis604332247 Loudoun7782033120 Louisa7544982 Lunenburg52725132 Logan2711006 Madison8347420 Marshall809928108 Marion1337569137 Matthews3062510 Meeklenburg90143063 Mercer4324431 Middlesex24115100 Monroe52069383 Morgan2543020 Montgomery42571274 Monongalia60162277 Nansemond4294771 Nelson390733112 New Kent1722642 Norfolk City439984233 Norfolk County44770452 Northumberland3502761 Northampton2142346 Nottoway17923228 Ohio9151292716 Orange47542717 page93714175 Pet
Gen. Rosencranz. --The rapid movement of Gen. Rosencranz from Sewell, has given rise to the expectation that he will make an energetic return march to his former position, and fall upon Gen. Jackson with heavy odds. It is to be taken for granted that Gen. Lee will fathom his real purposes, and be able to thwart them, whatever they may be, by movements of equal promptitude.
ted to the command of three brigades, and if this be true, we may confidently expect to hear of some exploits under his leadership. The retreat of the Federals from Sewell is fully confirmed. The prisoners who arrived yesterday deny that Rosencranz was in command there, and say that Cox was the General who directed this runaway movement. His force, they assert, consisted of only 7,000 men; but we place little confidence in any statement made by a Lincolnite. advices present that Gens. Lee and Lo were in pursuit of the Federals, with a efficient force, including a large body of cavalry. The enemy commenced the retreat in the night, and had probably accomplished a march of 16 miles before the Confederates ed. We have additional accounts of the battle at Greenbrier river, from which we learn that on loss in killed and wounded did not exceed Among the pickets killed was Wm. O. Bloker, of the 3d Arkansas volunteers, as have a soldier as ever fought; and among the sing,
s of the 20th Massachusetts and about 100 Mississippi riflemen, during which a body of the enemy's cavalry appeared. Col. Devens then fell back in good order on Col. Lee's position. Presently he again advanced, his men behaving admirably, fighting, retiring, and advancing in perfect order, and exhibiting every proof of high courMassachusetts, unsupported, and finding he would be outflanked, Col. Deven retired a short distance and took up a position near the wood, half a mile in front of Col. Lee, where he remained until 2 o'clock, when he again fell back, with the approval of Col. Baker, and took his place with the portions of the 25th Massachusetts and ced by a number of bullets, while cheering his men, and by his own example sustaining the obstinate resistance they were making. The command then devolved upon Colonel Lee, who prepared to commence throwing out forces to the rear, but it was soon found that Colonel Coggswell was the senior in rank, and he, taking the command, orde
ession of the evil. It is true that small notes still circulate; but if the issue is checked at this point, those now out will soon receive their quietus, the paper being of a flimsy texture and not calculated for long usage. The Grand Jury of the Circuit Court had the subject under consideration again yesterday, and found true bills of indictment against the following parties, for issuing notes of a smaller denomination than five dollars. Wm. E. Johnson, four cases; John P. Hill; Alfred S. Lee; Augustus Arsell, Jr; Abuer W. Richardson the Home Savings Bank, five cases; the United Savings Bank of Henrico County; the Richmond, Fredericksburg and Potomac Railroad Company, three cases; James B. Winston, four cases; Richard H. Dibrell, five cases; the People's Sivings Bank, four cases; Garinter Barker; Thomas M. Alfriend, four cases; Francis T. Isbell. three cases; James L. Porter; Adolph D. Williams; Truman A. Parker, two cases; Richard D. Mitchell; the Farmers' Savings Bank, seve