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Those still in the field are Col. George W. Munford, of this city, Col. Thomas S. Flournoy, of Halifax, and Gen. William Smith, of Culpeper. For Lieutenant Governor a number of gentlemen have been named, mostly by newspaper correspondents. Two have been authoritatively put forward, viz: Samuel Price, of Greenbrier, and General J. D. Imboden, of Augusta. General John Echols, of Monroe, and James W. Sheffey, of Smythe, have been nominated in the papers. For Attorney General, J. Randolph Tucker has no opposition for re-election. For Congress and for the Assembly the candidates are abundant, and the canvass has been as animated as the state of war will permit. A number of counties being at this time in the enemy's lines, the elections for them will be made under a special law for the purpose by soldiers in the army from those counties, and refugees also voting wherever they may be. The exigency of the State occasions a curious feature in present campaigning. We find civ
The Virginia State elections will take place on Thursday next. In this election soldiers will be allowed to vote in their camps for Governor, Lieutenant-Governor, Attorney-General, members of the Confederate Congress, members of the General Assembly; and those whose homes are within the third district will have the privilege of voting for a member of the Board of Public Works. The third district is composed of the following counties: Prince William, Alexandria, Fairfax, Fauquier, Loudoun, Jefferson, Clarke, Warren, Page, Shenandoah, Hardy, Frederick, Hampshire, Berkeley, Morgan, Pendleton, Randolph, Barbour, Upshur, Tucker, Roane, Harrison, Preston, Monongalia, Marion, Taylor, Braxton, Lewis, Doddridge, Tyler, Wetzel, Marshall, Ohio, Brooke, Hancock, Ritchie, Gilmer, Wood, Wirt, Mason, Jackson, Pleasants. Refugees will be required to vote at the Court-House of the county or corporation in which they may be sojourning, and will not be allowed to vote at any other precinct.