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coming six years of Southern independence. The following is the Congressional vote of the three Wards: 1st.2d.3d.Total. John Tyler3324443261,102 Wm. H. Macfarland148271298717 James Lyons10911496809 Tyler's majority over Macfarland, 385; plurality over both, 66. The small vote in the city is owing to the absenMacfarland, 385; plurality over both, 66. The small vote in the city is owing to the absence of the large number of volunteers in the army. Henrico county. At the Court-House the vote stood — for Tyler 335, Macfarland 175, Lyons 41. Other precincts not heard from. [by Telegraph.]James city county. Williamsburg, Nov. 6. --Tyler gets a large majority in this city and county. Fourth District. Macfarland 175, Lyons 41. Other precincts not heard from. [by Telegraph.]James city county. Williamsburg, Nov. 6. --Tyler gets a large majority in this city and county. Fourth District. Petersburg, Nov. 6 --The election passed off quietly to-day, and a small vote was polled, Davis and Stephens, for President and Vice President, received 627 votes. Col. Roger A. Pryor, for Congress, received 561 votes. He had no opposition. Fifth District. Keysville, Charlotte county, Nov. 6. --At this precinc