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as before stated, while Miller was coming out of a lodging house on Virginia street. After these facts had been established by witnesses, the Mayor called Col. Smith, of the Quartermaster's Department, to the stand. He mentioned the prisoner as a man who applied to him a day or two previous for pay, representing himself as f the funds and gave him the pay-roll to that effect, endorsing the fact of the claim on a separate piece of paper, but giving it no preference over any other.--Col. Smith produced the voucher and duplicate, which were signed by a frond of Miller, the latter having a "wounded hand," which prevented his doing it himself; and on exaplicate "Wm. N. Walker," a fact which was not discovered at the time of the transaction. The document received by King & Lambeth was not the paper drawn up in Colonel Smith's office, for had either himself or his clerk ever seen to before. He judged at the time that Miller was a Lieutenant Colonel, from his dress as well as his a
e election passed off quietly to-day, and a small vote was polled, Davis and Stephens, for President and Vice President, received 627 votes. Col. Roger A. Pryor, for Congress, received 561 votes. He had no opposition. Fifth District. Keysville, Charlotte county, Nov. 6. --At this precinct the Congressional vote resulted — Bocock 71, Goode 26. The vote for Davis and Stephens is unanimous. Seventh District. Lynchburg, Nov. 6. --The official vote in Lynchburg is as follows: For Davis and Stephens, 444. For Congress; Keane, 534; Holcombe, 157; and Leake, 13. There was very little interest manifested, and the vote was small. Amherst C. H., Nov. 6.--The vote for Congress stands: Kean, 75; Holcombe, 44; and Leake, 10. Ninth District. Manassas, Nov. 6. --On account of the stormy weather the vote was small. At Cannon's Store precinct it was unanimous for Davis and Stephens. For Congress — Smith 98, Scott 26. Regimental vote not heard from