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Imboden201287338826 J W Sheffey251935 Att'y Gen'l: J R Tucker3257216821728 For Congress: W C Wickham3134044861203 Jas Lyons172348260780 For State Sen'te: G W Randolph3106386091557 R O Haskins146111114371 Ho. of Deleg's: W Robertson323559artillery, Munford's majority over Flournoy is 17; over Smith, 23. Price over Imboden, 11. In the 32d Va. regiment, Lyons has a majority of 7 over Wickham. The following is the refugee vote taken at the Court-House in Petersburg, and at tWm Mahone, 39; Rev. Thos Hume, 24; R H Whitfield, 16; D J Godwin, 1. Third Congressional District--At Court-House: Jas Lyons, 2; W C Wickham, 1. At Model Farm: Jas Lyons, 3; W C Wickham, 21. Hanover Junction, May 28.--The following is theJas Lyons, 3; W C Wickham, 21. Hanover Junction, May 28.--The following is the vote of the army at this place to-day. In Armistead's brigade, Pickett's division, Flournoy, for Governor, receives 150 majority over Smith; Kemper's brigade, same division, Smith receives 200 majority over Flournoy.--For Congress, (2d district,)
Hustings Court, Monday, May 29 --Frances Brown was tried for rioting on the 2d of April, found guilty, and fined $50. Judge Lyons fixed the term of her imprisonment in jail at 4 months. Andrew J. Hawkins, was tried for rioting and acquitted. John Murphy was tried for maliciously shooting and wounding Matthew Callahan, with intent to wound and kill him. The jury found him guilty of unlawful shooting, with intent to maim, and ascertained his term of imprisonment at 4 years in the penitentiary.-- udge Crump, prisoner's counsel, moved to set aside the verdict. The motion will be determined this morning. The grand jury indicted Joseph Zimmerman and Richard Morris for grand larceny.