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arding as any of our rivers, and it should not be left unprotected, as I presume it will not be. The vote of the county, so far as heard from, is as follows: Jamaica — for ratification of the Ordinance 102; against none. Saluda — for ratification, 160; against, 2. At Jamaica, the vote for amendment to the Constitution stood,Jamaica, the vote for amendment to the Constitution stood, at the close, for it, 80; against it, 7. --For Evans, House of Delegates, 90. Holliday, Board of Public Works, 87. Our gallant Evans has no opposition in the two counties of Matthews and Middlesex. Yesterday will be long remembered, as a day in which we expressed our willingness to sever all the ties that bound us to the old Unoard of Public Works, 87. Our gallant Evans has no opposition in the two counties of Matthews and Middlesex. Yesterday will be long remembered, as a day in which we expressed our willingness to sever all the ties that bound us to the old Union, and may our connection with our new allies be more congential. Yours, Jamaica
o have 300 majority over Col. E. T. Tayloe. King Gforge. Col. E. T. Tavice is reported to have received 200 majority over Dr. Daniel for the Legislature, but Dr. D.'s majority in Stafford elected him. Middlesex. Two precincts — Jamaica and Saluda — give, For ratification 262; against 2. For amendment, a large majority. Evans, for House has all the votes at Jamaica, and Holladay the same for Public Works. The official vote of the whole county has been received. It standJamaica, and Holladay the same for Public Works. The official vote of the whole county has been received. It stands for ratification 491, against it, 2. Powhatan. Senate — B. H. Nash, 400. House of Delegates--R. Dabney, 328, C. D. Coleman, 73. For Secession, 448; against it none. For the amendment to the Constitution, 267; against it, 125. Majority for amendment, 142. Appomattox--official. For House of Delegates--Thos. H. Flood, 391; John R. McDearmon, 277. F.'s majority, 114. For Secession, 805; against, none. For amendment to Constitution, 510; against, 1