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yons 41. Other precincts not heard from. [by Telegraph.]James city county. Williamsburg, Nov. 6. --Tyler gets a large majority in this city and county. Fourth District. Petersburg, Nov. 6 --The election passed off quietly to-day, and a small vote was polled, Davis and Stephens, for President and Vice President, received 627 votes. Col. Roger A. Pryor, for Congress, received 561 votes. He had no opposition. Fifth District. Keysville, Charlotte county, Nov. 6. --At this precinct the Congressional vote resulted — Bocock 71, Goode 26. The vote for Davis and Stephens is unanimous. Seventh District. Lynchburg, Nov. 6. --The official vote in Lynchburg is as follows: For Davis and Stephens, 444. For Congress; Keane, 534; Holcombe, 157; and Lote for Congress stands: Kean, 75; Holcombe, 44; and Leake, 10. Ninth District. Manassas, Nov. 6. --On account of the stormy weather the vote was small. At Cannon's Store precinct it was
Nashville, Nov. 6. --As was anticipated, the report that there were 10,000 troops marching on to Hopkinsville from Henderson, Ky., has turned out to be a Federal deception. A gentleman who arrived in Nashville on yesterday, and who left Louisville on Friday last, and passed through Henderson, reports that only a few Federal troops are at the latter place, and none between there and Hopkinsville. A dispatch in the New York Times, date at Washington, October 31, says there is again great slackness in the way of enlistments, especially in the larger States. Enlistments are so few that the War Department propose to again return to the system of accepting men directly, without the interposition of State authorities. The New York Harald's Washington dispatches of October 31st, state that President Lincoln informed certain United States Senators, who called upon him to know when a forward movement would take place that the responsibility of such a movement was left
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The engagement at Port Royal — the purpose of the Federal fleet. Savannah, Nov. 6. --The papers of this city this morning announce that Com. Tatnail made a reconnoisance with his fleet on Monday off Port Royal, and fired on the Federal fleet, and between thirty and forty shots were exchanged. Two of the Federal vessels were struck. There was no damage done on our side: Information has been received that the Federal fleet intend a combined attack on Beaufort, Tybee, and Fort Pulaski. Our defences are very strong.
Fremont's removal and his Successor. Norfolk, Nov. 6. --The New York Times, of Monday, has been received in this city, and contains the important announcement that President Lincoln has sent out an order to the Western Military Department transferring the command from General Fremont to General Hunter. The order is absolute and unconditional, and has reached Fremont before this time. It is based on Lincoln's thorough conviction of Fremont's incapacity as a General, and of gross profligacy of expenditures of the public money under his administration.
From Charleston. Charleston, Nov. 6. --The morning papers state that Capt. Morrell, of the Federal steam transport, Osceola, which was wrecked near Georgetown, arrived on yesterday. He reports that he was ordered, at New York, to take 15 days provisions and follow the large vessels. The Osceola went ashore on Saturday, and bilged. Capt Morrell says the fleet consists of 56 vessels, of all classes, and says that the storm on Friday and Saturday was very severe, and he thinks many of the fleet must have been lost or disabled.
South Carolina Legislature. Columbia, S. C., Nov. 6. --The Legislature met here on Monday, and the Governor's Message was read on yesterday. He says that the State has nineteen thousand troops in service, besides three thousand at Charleston and twenty-one mounted companies on the coast.
Meeting of the Georgia Legislature. Milledgeville, Ga., Nov. 6. --The Legislature met to-day. Col. Billups was elected President of the Senate, and Mr. Mobley, Clerk. Col. Aiken was elected Speaker, and Mr. Arrington, Clerk of the House of Representatives.
A Spanish vessel in distress. Charleston, Nov. 6. --The Spanish steamer Nuestra Senora de Regh has put into Georgetown in distress. She was from New York and bound for Havana.