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There being but one electoral ticket in the field, the vote of the city was cast for Davis and Stephens, who, from present appearances, may be regarded as the President and Vice-President elect for t, Nov. 6 --The 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, receAt 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.-- --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