We have few additional election returns to add to those already published.
So far as heard from it is believed that Gen. Smith
is elected Governor and Samuel Price
, of Greenbrier
, Lieutenant Governor
The following statement gives, as nearly as we can arrive at it, a correct summary of the vote as far as ascertained:
|Smith's majority in the army||1,954|
|Smith's refugee maj., about||258|
|Flournoy's majority in counties.||12|
|Smith's maj. As far as heard from||2,200|
|Price's majority in counties||2,887|
|Imboden's maj. In army||1,976|
|Price's maj. As far as heard from.||911|
the following is the army vote for Congress from the 8th Congressional District:
's majorities: 55th Va. Regiment, 9; 47th Va., 48; 23d Va., 35; 13th Va., 6; 30th Va., correct, but not Official, 79; 22d Va. Batt'n, 1; 38th batt'n artillery, 9, 4th heavy artillery, 5; Lieut.-Col. Carter
's artillery batt'n, 11; 6th reg't cavalry, 14; Godwin
's cavalry, 10.
's majorities: 2d Corps army Northwestern Virginia
, 2; 40th Va., 2; Fort Powhatan, 1; 54th Va., Knoxville, Tenn.
, 1; Camp Lee, 7; Lynchburg Post, 6; 60th reg't, 2.
's majority 199.
there was a tie vote at Guinea's Station in the 12th Va. Reg't, 56th reg't, and 25th Va. Batt'n.
Official refugee vote at Richmond
: city Hall, Dejarnette
, 47; Barbour
, 6. Henrico C. H. Dejarnette
, 14; Barbour
's majority 325.
in the 16th District the returns re-elect Hon C. W. Russell
over Dr Kidwell
Official vote of Chesterfield
Flournov, 134; Munford
, 36; Price
, 276; Imboden
, 162; Tucker
, 430; Collier
, 238; Gholson
, 241; Ambers