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The election. The returns of the election held on the 28th ult. are yet very incomplete, but sufficient is known to warrant us in saying that General Smith, of Fauquier, has been chosen Governor, and Samuel Price, of Greenbrier, Lieutenant Governor. The following is a recapitulation of the vote as far as received, made up from the columns of the Whig: Smith's Maj. in army2,025 Smith's refugee Maj., about250 2,275 Flournoy's Maj. in counties, etc.359 Smith's Maj. as far as heard from1,916 Price's Maj. in counties4,124 Imboden's Maj. in army1,976 Price's Maj. as far as heard from2,148 The following counties are yet to hear from: Charlotte, Fauquier, Halifax, Hardy, Henrico, Louisa, Mecklenburg, and Patrick Congressional delegation. The returns from the several Congressional Districts are yet very confused, but seem to indicate the election of the following members: 1st District, R. L Montague; 2d District, R H Whitfield; 3d District, W C Wickham; 4th