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Thos. B Bigger126268182576 L W Glazebrook90165366621 R F Walker97186144427 Wm Taylor1824465291 Flournoy over Smith, 589; Flournoy over Munford, 544. Wickham over Lyons, 423. Randolph over Haskins, 1186. Messrs. Robertson, Burr, and Saunders were elected to the House of Delegates. Refugee Vote from Jefferson County.--The following is the vote of the refugees from Jefferson county, polled at the City Hall in this city. Congress: Boteler, 22; Holliday, 13.--Senate: Moore, 25; Hammond, 7. House of Delegates: Burnett, 28; J Y Beall, 27; Green, 11; Stonebraker, 2. Melvin, 1. Board of Public Works: B F Beall, 35. At Prince Edward Court-House the refugee vote from Winchester stood: Flournoy, 4; Smith, 1; Price, 5. Congress: Boteler, 5--State Senate: Carson, 5. House of Delegates: Kaufman, 5, Ward, 5. Board of Public Works: Beall, 5. Dinwiddie County.--As far as heard from Smith is largely ahead for Governor. The vote at two precincts — Court-House and Williams's