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--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) has a majority of 484. The majority for reference is 425. Portsmouth. Portsmouth.--J. G. Holliday (Union) has a majority of 767. The majority for reference is 804. Amelia and Nottoway., Norfolk--Gen. George Blow (Union) has a majority of 484. The majority for reference is 425. Portsmouth. Portsmouth.--J. G. Holliday (Union) has a majority of 767. The majority for reference is 804. Amelia and Nottoway., Amelia C. H.--The vote here is L. E. Harvie (Secession) 101; Weisiger (Union) 52; Gregory 13; Jennings Ordinary.--Harvie 36; Weisiger 26; Gregory 13. Blacks and Whites.--Harvie 83; Weisiger 17; Gregory 2 Nottoway C. H.--Harvie 27; Weisiger 23; Gregory 17. Bedford. Liberty.--Wm. L Goggin (Union) is elected by a large majority. The contest is close between Goode (Secession) and Johnson (Union.) Amherst. Amherst C. H.--Garland (Secession) is elect-in this county
J. Q. A. Heath, sentenced to be hung, in South Carolina, on the 20th inst., has been pardoned by Gov. Pickens, on condition of leaving the State. Snow fell in Huntsville, Alabama, on Friday night, the 25th inst., to the depth of about five inches. Sarah Aydlett, a courtezan, was found dead in Norfolk, Va., on the 2nd inst.
ty-five. John Donahoe and Martin Roach, arrested for assaulting Martin Harvey, and Martin Harvey, arrested for stealing a pair of pantaloons and a cotton handkerchief from Martin Roach, were all discharged. John Nowlan, charged with threatening to beat Jackson Dunn, was also set at liberty. Snow.--Our inhabitants were surprised yesterday morning on finding the ground covered with snow, about seven inches in depth, and more falling. The air was perfectly still, and the trees were festooned most beautifully with snowy wreaths. The earth, however, being saturated with previous rain, soon absorbed the snow, and the mud and slush became intolerable. The sovereigns about the polls never had such a time before. The Curtis Peck.--This steamer did not start on her usual trip for Norfolk yesterday morning. Capt. Freeman informed us that the high water prevented the discharge of Saturday's freight, and the prospect of an increase of the freshet rendered it inexpedient to start.