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Hung Juries. --The trial of James Clendining, for grand larceny, was commenced before Judge Lyons, of the Hustings Court, yesterday. The jury, after hearing the evidence, could not agree, and were given in charge of Deputy Sergeant Harvey Dudley for the night. Orris Harrison was put on trial for stabbing Miles McJordan. Chastain White defended him. The jury not being able to agree, were taken in charge of the Sergeant and carried to the Columbian Hotel for the night. Wm. T. Cummings will be tried for bigamy to-day. Two of his wives were in Court yesterday.
The election. We give below some additional returns, received yesterday. The vote in favor of ratifying the Ordinance of Secession is, thus far, almost unanimous. Henrico. The vote for ratification is unanimous at the following precincts: Tax amendment. For.Against. Court-House785249 Alley's5931 Dickman's8628 Hughes'3631 Sweeney's112 for House of Delegates. At the above precincts, the aggregate vote for Z. S. McGroder is 928, and for James Lyons 412. The entire vote was cast for A. R. Holladay for the Board of Public Works. Rockingham. Harrisonburg,May 23.--The vote in this town was unanimous for secession. For the tax amendment 554; against it, 2 For House of Delegates--J. H. Hopkins, 510; J. C. Woodson, 476; S. S. Walker, 166; C. Grattan, 241; R. M. Harrison, 185; J. C. Walker, 53. For Board of Public Works--Holladay, 164; Breun, 123. There will probably be 20 or 30 votes in the county against secession. One has been polled at Mo