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The election.

Some few additional election returns have been received, which we give below:


For secession, 1,167; against it, none. For amendment to the Constitution, 748; against it, 276; Board of Public Works--A. R. Holladay, 927; T. L. Broun, 19. For Legislature-- Wm. G. T. Nelson, 515; Wm. M. Ambler, 506.


This county sent Union men to the Convention in February last, and at the election held on Thursday last, so far as has been ascertained, not one vote has been cast against Secession. We append the result at Orange C. H. For Secession, 269; against it, none. For amendment, 132; against it, none. For Board of Public Works--A. R. Holladay, 165; T. L. Broun, 7. For House of Delegates--Newman, 136; Woolfolk, 56. Woolfolk is undoubtedly elected over Newman.


For Secession, 1,240; against it, none. For amendment, 848; against it, 251. For Board of Public Works--A. R. Holladay, 1,006; Broun, 45. Newton is elected to the Legislature without opposition.


For secession, 322; against it, none. For amendment, 119; against it, 178. House of Delegates--W. T. Londy, (no opposition,) 290.


For Ordinance of Secession, 553; against it, . For amendment, 475; against it, 50. House of Delegates--Dr. Wm. A. Bradford, 350; Jno. Morgan, 104.


For secession, 813; against it, 365. For House of Delegates--A. Hunter, 722; A. R. Boteler, 701. R. W. Baylor, 272; A. E. Kennedy, 272.


The vote in this county is unanimous for ratification, so far as heard from; very few votes against the amendment to the Constitution.


We have returns from all the precincts in this county except two, from which we have reliable reports. About 970 votes were cast for the Ordinance of Secession, and none against it. Ad valorem was also carried by a large majority. Dr. Hawes N. Coleman, it was elected to the Legislature over Col. W. P. Shepherd and James S. Penn.

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