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r. Returns indicate the re-election of Dejarnette. In the 9th District Col. Funsten is elected over Mr. Menifee. In the 10th District Mr. Boteler, the presford, 146. Lieut Governor: Price 3 maj, over Imboden. Congress: 9th district, Funsten over Menifee, 227 maj; 10th district, Holliday 3 maj over Boteler. Board of Pistrict, Lyons and Wickham a tie; 5th district, Wm. C. Rives, 5; 7th district, Funsten, 31 majority. State Senate: 24th district, Ashby's majority 30; 1st district, reported to have given Smith 30 majority. For Congress, in the 8th regiment, Funsten's majority is 137.--For Delegates from Fauquier, in the 8th regiment, Hunton ligade, Early's Division, gives Smith, we understand, upwards of 500 majority. Funsten's majority for Congress "considerable." Brown's Regiment, 1st Va. Artilleholson 9 over Collier; 8th District, Barbour 19 over Dejarnette; 9th District, Funsten 16 over Menefee, 11th District, Baldwin 9 over Letcher; 12th District, Edmonds