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hmond Dispatch.]Pittslyvania. Danville, Va., Feb. 4. --The vote here stands, W. T. Sutherlin (Union) 338; Tredway (Union) 322; Carrington (Secession) 159; Witcher (Secession) 128, Majority for reference, 147. Ringgold.--Tredway 140; Sutherlin 86; Carrington 34; Witcher 19. Majority for reference 72. Smith's.--TreWitcher 19. Majority for reference 72. Smith's.--Tredway 50; Sutherlin 50; Carrington 4; Witcher 4. Cascade.--The vote here is four to one for Union. This county has gone for the Union ticket. Campbell. Lynchburg,--Messrs. Speed and Slaughter, (Union) have 1,015; Goggin and Kirkpatrick, (Secession) 374. In the county precincts the vote is close. B. SpotsylvaWitcher 4. Cascade.--The vote here is four to one for Union. This county has gone for the Union ticket. Campbell. Lynchburg,--Messrs. Speed and Slaughter, (Union) have 1,015; Goggin and Kirkpatrick, (Secession) 374. In the county precincts the vote is close. B. Spotsylvania. Fredericksburg.--John L. Marye (Conservative) has 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. [