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Virginia Central Railroad. --We gather the following facts in relation to this road from the reports of the President, Treasurer, Chief Engineer, and General Superintendent, for the fiscal year ending September 30th: The gross receipts of the company for the period indicated were larger than they ever were before, viz: $1.016,157.77; the expense of administration amounting to $371,809.96, left a balance of nett revenues of $644,347.81. A large proportion of this sum has been expended in paying dividends and other indebtedness of the company. Cost of road, including last ten miles from Jackson's river depot to Covington, and equipment to Oct. 1st, is $5.918,882.84. Total cost of completing road to Covington, $10,000 additional. Distance from Richmond to Eastern terminus of the Covington and Ohio Railroad, 205 miles; the Blue Ridge Railroad, owned by the State, 17 miles long, being included therein. Length of road owned by the company 188 miles; cost of same per mile, $30,535.6
Arrival of Yankee prisoners. --Eleven privates, belonging to the 1st Vermont cavalry, captured by the 1st North Carolina troop in Warren county, October 26, were brought to Richmond on Saturday.