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ext delegation in Congress. In the 1st District the candidates were M. R. H. Garnett, the present member, and Lieut. Gov. Montague. Returns meagre, but indicate the election of Montague. In the 2d District the candidates were Gen. Mahone, Montague. In the 2d District the candidates were Gen. Mahone, Cole. Godwin and Parham, and Messrs. Hume and Whitfield. This district is entirely in the hands of the enemy, and the vote cast was by refugees and soldiers. Very few returns have been received, and no idea can be formed as to who has been successrd. Lieut. Governor: Imboden 11 majority over Price. Attorney General: Tucker, no opposition. Congress: 1st district, Montague has a majority of 4 over Garnett; 2d district, Whitfield's majority is 20 over Mahone and 21 over Parham; 3d district, Lority of 26 over Savage; Amherst, Powell beats Rucker 6 votes; Isle of Wight, J. L. Wilson 18 votes. Essex County.--Montague, as far as heard from, 40 or 50 ahead. At King William Court House he had all the votes. but 2. Smith, in Essex, repo