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47; Barbour, 6. Henrico C. H. Dejarnette, 14; Barbour, 6. Louisa county; Dejarnette's majority 325. in the 16th District the returns re-elect Hon C. W. Russell over Dr Kidwell. State Senate. Wheeling District — Dan'l M Shriver. Harrison District--Kenna Stevenson. Marion District--Jas Neeson. Preston District — C W Newlon. House of delegates. Ohio county — Thomas Edwards, Dr. Alfred Hughes and Jos. H. Pendleton. Marshall — Jas M Hoge. Brooke--Dr. N W White. Weizel — Leonard Hall. Marion — Gen T S Haymond and Stephen A. Morgan. Monongalia — D. B. Stewart and Dudley Evans. Taylor--Lieut Col. J A Robinson. Preston — R E Cowan and C J P Cresap. Harrison — W P Cooper and G W Benty. Gilmer, Calhoun, &c — J Kerr McCutcheon. Ritchie and Pleasants — Tibbs. Lewis--Dr. Wm. Bland. Official vote of Chesterfield: Smith, 345. Flournov, 134; Munford, 36; Price, 276; Imboden, 162; Tucker, 430; Collier, 238; Gholso
singularly rough nature of the ground makes it almost impossible to tell what we have to encounter before us, and rapidly fatigues the men. The rebel redoubts are constructed for field artillery." Price's Army.--Leavenworth, May 29.--Col. Phillips had a severe fight with a portion of Price's command on the 27th. The enemy crossed the Arkansas near Port Gibson. Phillips drove them back. Our loss was 30 killed--the enemy's much greater.--The enemy was led by Gens. Steele, McIntosh, and Cooper. They are now massed in our front, claiming 11,000 men and considerable artillery. We have only 7,000, and one battery, but are well fortified. This is evidently the advance of Price's main army. Dispatches from the front inform us of the approach from the Southwest of a large rebel force of Texans and Indians, with a design to intercept trains en route for New Mexico. Burnside has removed his headquarters to Hickman. Bridge, Ky., ten miles south of Nicholasville. Burnside ha