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Special election. --We have full returns of the recent special election for Senator in the district composed of Hanover and Henrico counties. The following is the result: J. R. Garnett.J. N. Davis. Hanover28596 Henrico222102 567198 Showing a majority of 369 for Dr. Garnet. The election in Hanover, on the same day for members of the House of Delegates, resolves as follows: Dr. Francis C. Taylor, 197; John N. Tanaferro. 179, Col. Edward Shelton. 90.--In Henrico, John B. Young is elected to the state Convention without opposition.
Dramatic. --The manager of the theatre has succeeded in engaging a good company, and will probably open next Saturday night Among the ladies who will appear at the commencement of the season is Miss Ella Wren, who has heretofore been a favorite with the Richmond public; also, Mille M. A. Boisvert a young lady of superior musical accomplishments, from New Orleans, who comes among is with high recommendations, and for whom we predict a successful career; Mrs. De. Bar, this very popular actress, and others of good professional reputation. We understand that Messrs. Davis and Chippendale, of New Orleans, and Dalton, of Mobile, are among the well known actors engaged. A liberal expenditure has been made in repairing and decorating the establishment, and no effort has been spared to make it an attractive place of amusement.
three thousand five hundred--the largest force ever employed within its walls; and yet it is increasing at the rate of from one to two hundred men per week. The Surveyor of the Port seized yesterday the ship John Fyfe, just arrived from Glasgow. One- sixteenth of the ship is owned by Henry Brigham, of Savannah, Ga. Seamen are very scarce at this port. The advantages offered by the Government has induced a very large number to ship in the Navy. Crews were shipped in Boston for the ships Constellation and Constitution, packets for Liverpool, who have been detained waiting for them. Wages to Liverpool and Havre are $18 per month, with $25 to $30 advance; to the West Indies, $15 per month, with from $18 to $20 advance. Hon. Edward Everett delivered his lecture on the war before a large audience, at Brooklyn, on Friday night After the lecture it was announced that the Hon. Henry Winter Davis. of Maryland, would deliver an advance at the Academy within a week or two.