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eir majority; by Mr. Myers, of incorporating the Farmers' and Mechanics' Insurance Company, of the city of Richmond; by Mr. Magruder, of amending the law for ascertaining and running the boundary line between Albemarle and Fluvanna counties; by Mr. Gilmer, of amending an act passed March 20th, 1860, entitled an act to establish a Circuit Court for the town of Danville; by Mr. Medley, of authorizing Wm. T. Ballon and G. B. Major, trustees, to sell a church lot in the county of Halifax; by Mr. Richardson, of exempting from military duty all employees of the several telegraph companies, such as superintendents, operators, line repairers and battery keepers; by Mr. Haymond, of requesting the Governor to report to the House the number of stand of arms contracted to be sold to J. R. Anderson & Co., how many has been delivered, and when the balance are to be delivered, by whom sold, and by what authority, with a statement of the number of stand of arms still remaining in the arsenals, and als
a majority here of 189 over Wm. S. Barlow, which will be increased by the precincts in the county. The majority for reference is 164. S. Roanoke. Salem--C. P. Taylor (Union) is elected in this county by 66 majority. The majority for reference is the same. [Associated press Dispatches.]Henrico. Hungary, 11 o'clock.--Garnett 32; Wickham 10. Caroline. Bowling Green, 10 o'clock.--Morris has a majority of 90 at this precinct. Hanover. Ashland, 1 o'clock.--Richardson's majority at this precinct 50. Chesterfield. Graves' Precinct, 1 o'clock.--Cox 174; Burfoot 3. Manchester.--Cox 292; Burfoot 144. Polls closed. Petersburg. Petersburg, Feb. 4.--The following is the result of the election here; Branch (Union) 739; Lyon (Union) 427; Wallace (Secession) 427. The counties. Petersburg, Feb. 4.--In Dinwiddle, Prince George, Sussex, Greenville and Surry, Union men are elected. Norfolk. Norfolk--Gen. George Blow (Union) h