Messrs. John H. Hopkins, John C. Wood son and Charles Grattan were elected to the Legislature. For the Ordinance of Secession, 3,010; against it, 22. For the amendment of the Constitution, 2,736; against it, 37. For the Board of Public Works--Broun, 1,489; Holladay, 326.
Rockbridge--official.For ratification of the Ordinance of Secession, 1,728; against it, 1: For the amendment of the Constitution, 1,712; against it, 12. For Board of Public Works--Broun, 768; Holladay, 546. Samuel McD. Reid and Francis T. Anderson elected to the Legislature.
Constitution, 1,391; against it, 3. For the House of Delegates--Montague, no opposition, 1,269. As large a vote as ever was taken in the county.
Charlotte.--official.For Senate — Bruce, 830. House of Delegates--Bouldin, 421; McGehee, 407. For ratification, 883. For amendment to Constitution, 642; against it, 187. No votes against the Ordinance of Secession. Wood Bouldin was not a candidate, but is elected notwithstanding, by 14 majority.
Clarksville gave 231 for ratification, and none against. For amendment, 94; against it, 78. For Senate — Charles Bruce, 203. For House — Baskerville, 116; Earley, 68; Hutcherson, 23.
Dr. Quesenberry is elected to the Senate, and Douglas H. Gordon to the House of Delegates.
Dr. Daniel, for the House of Delegates, is reported to have 300 majority over Col. E. T. Tayloe.
King Gforge.Col. E. T. Tavice is reported to have received 200 majority over Dr. Daniel for the Legislature, but Dr. D.'s majority in Stafford elected him.
Jamaica and Saluda — give, For ratification 262; against 2. For amendment, a large majority. Evans, for House has all the votes at Jamaica, and Holladay the same for Public Works. The official vote of the whole county has been received. It stands for ratification 491, against it, 2.