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Brooke 21 votes; Brooke leads Green 8 votes; Green leads Shackleford 5, who leads Campbell 1 vote. Smith's Brigade, Early's Division, gives Smith, we understand, upwards of 500 majority. Funsten's majority for Congress "considerable." Brin 9 over Letcher; 12th District, Edmondson 2 over Staples. For State Senate; Randolph 33 over Haskint; Patton 14. over Early. For House of Delegates: Richmond, Robertson leads Burr 11, Wynne comes next, at a distance of 9; then Saunder 8 behind.1; Flournoy, 39; Munford, 11. Lieut Governor: Price, 46; Imboden, 240. Congress: Dejarnette, 125; Barbour, 158. Senate: Early, 68; Patton, 220. House of Delegates: Woolfolk, 121; McMullan, 144. Nottoway County.--Jeffries's Store, Smith, 13; Fy.--Two Precincts, Smith, 202; Flournoy, 32; Munford, 11. Price, Imboden, 118. Dejarnette, 112; Barbour, 109. Senate: Early, 143; Patton, 38, Waliane, 18.--Smith's majority in the county about 250. Third Brigade--Flournoy, 378; Smith, 296;
. For some time past considerable interest was manifested throughout the corps as to who would succeed the late and lamented General Jackson in command of the same. There were, of course, many surmises and much speculation on the subject. Early's division, firmly attached to their former commander, knowing and appreciating his valor and soldier-like qualities, espoused the cause of their favorite chieftain, Gen. R. S. Ewell, and, encouraged by the fact that Gen. Jackson, the sagacious aanguine as to the result. Nor were they doomed to disappointment. On yesterday reliable information reached camp of his promotion; to-day he arrived, and, as might have been supposed, was received more warmly and cordially. Lieut. Gen. Hill, Gen. Early, and the many officers of the army to whom he has during his military career endeared himself, were present to greet the hero once more returned to the service of his country. Gen. Hays's Louisiana brigade was present in martial review to rece