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Westmoreland.


For secession, 656; against it, 1. Hon. Willoughby Newton was elected to the House of Delegates without opposition.


Pocahontas.

For secession, 360; against it, 13. Colonel Lockridge was elected to the House of Delegates.


Hardy--official.

For secession, 768; against it, 538. Senate — Armstrong, 771; Parsons, 47; Carokaddan, 346. House of Delegates--Charles Williams, (no opposition,) 781.


Lancaster.

For secession, 433; against it, none. For amendment, 236; against it, 103. For Senate Jos. F. Harvey, (no opposition,) 382. House of Delegates--A. L. Carter, (no opposition,) 388. Board of Public Works--Alex. Holladay, 84; T. L. Broun, 75.


Chesterfield--official.

For secession, 1,421; against it, none; for amendment, 894; against it, 393. Senate — Nash, (no opposition,) 1,148. House of Delegates--Friend, (no opposition,) 1,164.

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