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Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.Doings at Harper's Ferry. Harper's Ferry, Va. May 23, 1861. The election passed off quietly, and the "Ratification of the Ordinance of Secession," if I am to judge by the vote here, will have a majority of about one hundred thousand in Virginia. In truth, there were only a few Union votes cast, as I could only hear of two or three votes of that kind. The vote on the Ordinance was commenced yesterday. This was a precautionary step by which a vote was secured. The men are all in good health and in fine spirits. Rations plenty, and the "boys" are getting fat and saucy on the "Confederate States." We have plenty of good fresh beef, and good Virginia bacon, rice, beans, capital bread, coffee, sugar, salt, vinegar, and such etceteras as will make up a good fare. If our boys can't whip Abraham's lank Yankees, it would be a wonder. There are not enough men in and around Washington to take Harper's Ferry. Well-fed, well-clothed, and