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mendment, 38; against it, 10. For House of Delegates--W. T. G. Nelson, 46; W. M. Ambler, (not a candidate,) 2. Charlotte. Charlotte C. H.May 23.--So far as heard from in this county, there is not a vote against Secession. The tax amendment is probably carried by a considerable majority. Charles Bruce, for the Senate, gets the entire vote thus far. Samuel F. McGehee has a majority for the House of Delegates. Wood Bouldin was voted for, although he refused to be a candidate. Albemarle. Stony Point,May 23.--All the votes at this precinct were for ratification, and none for Old Abe. I hope the whole State has done likewise. We have heard from several places, all the same way. Charlottesville,May 23.--Unanimous for secession. Messrs. Hart (for the Senate) and Minor and Wood (for the House) had no opposition. Lunenburg. Pleasant Grove,May 23.--Only one vote was cast against secession. Smyth, So far as heard from, not one vote against secession.