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nor: Flournoy, 41; Smith, 36; Munford, 2. Lieutenant Governor: Price, 30; Imboden, 31. Congress: Martin, 11; Goode, 4. State Senate, Henry District: Saunders, 8; Burwell, 0. House of Delegates, Henry county: Gravely, 8; Mullins, 1; Smith, 1; Richardson, 1. Camp Seventeenth Va. Regiment.--For Governor: Smith's majority over Flournoy, 200; Smith, 198; Munford, 7. Lt-Governor: Price, 122; Imboden, 242. Congress: Rives, 224. Bedford.--Flournoy has a majority in this county of 150. Burwell and Jordeware elected to the Legislature. Culpeper.--Barbour has a majority for Congress. Wythe.--Seven precincts in Wythe give Flournoy, 163; Munford, nford, 29. For Lieut. Governor: Price, 560; Imboden, 92. For Attorney General: Tucker, 589. For Congress: Goode, 436; Martin, 283. For House of Delegates: Jordan Burwell elected. Campbell County.--Returns incomplete.--Deane and Mart elected to the House of Delegates. Nelson County.--Flournoy, 308; Smith; 199; Munford