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--For Secession, 591, against, nore. For tax amendment, 473; against, 55. For Board of Public Works--Broun, 270, Holiaday,233. Scottsville, May 25.--For Secession, 230; against, none. For tax amendment, 220; against, 10. Orange. Gordonsville, May 23. --The vote is the largest ever polled. It stands: For Secession 128; against; none. For amendment of Constitution, 47; against, 23. For Board of Public Works--Holiaday 51, Brown 3. For House of Delegates--Newman 41, Woolfolk 26. Augusta. Staunton, May 23. --The vote in this county stands. For Secession 3,300; against, 6.--Christian is elected to the Senate, and Sheffey and Walke to the House of Delegates, certainly. There is a contest between Harman and Late. For Board of Public Works, Broun leads Holladay between 1,200 and 1,500. Botetourt and Roanoke. Bonsack's May 23. --A large vote was polled in Botetourt and Roanoke. Not a single vote against the Ordinance of Secession, so far