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e city of Richmond, was, on motion of Mr. Robertson, taken up, and being explained, was passed. Mr. Christian called up engrossed bill incorporating the Staunton Savings Bank, which was passed.--The engrossed bill for the relief of John Robinson, a free negro of Rockingham county, was, on motion of Mr. Woolfolk, indefinitely postponed. Senate bill incorporating the American Agency, with its amendments, was called up on motion of Mr. Segar, and being put on its passage, was carried — ayes 57, noes 35. The bill incorporating the Patrick Springs Female College was called up, on motion of Mr. Staples, and passed. The joint resolution, heretofore offered, approving the contract made by the Armory Commissioners, for the sale of muskets to J. R. Anderson & Co., was called up by Mr. Kemper, and being debated, was adopted — ayes 88, noes 5. Mr. Seddon, by leave, reported a bill for paying J. M. Bennett, W. H. Richardson, and G. W. Munford, for auditing Harper's Ferry expense accoun
d Senatorial District Dickinson's majority is double his opponent's vote. Southampton.--For Governor: Flournoy 166, Munford 124, Smith 20. Lieut. Governor: Price 110, Imboden 52.--Congress: Whitfield 269, Parham 47, Hume 19, Mahone 14. Senate: Brunswick.--Meade's majority over Mallory, for the House of Delegates, 27. Charles City County.--For Governor: G. W. Munford, 5; W. Smith, 26; Thos. S. Flournoy, 46. For Lieut.-Governor: H. W. Sheffey, 31; J. D. Imboden, 28; S. R. Price, 14.n 30; R. L. Hentey, 10, Wm. A. Meanley, 1. Army vote. 51st Va. Regiment.--For Governor: Flournoy 366; Smith, 34; Munford, 26; Wise, 13. For Lieut-Governor: Price, 57; Imboden, 15. State Senate: Montgomery district, Taylor, 376; Coltraine, 1; 13th district, Pres' on 6, McMullen 1. Senate; Peters 7. 36th Va. Regiment.--Governor: Smith, 390; Flournoy, 36; Munford, 8. Lieut. Governor: Imboden, 245; Price, 78; Echo's, 61. Congress; 14th district, Miller 111, Stration 86, 19, Warren
ouis T. Trueheart, J. Wesley Smith, and Joshua J. Wilkinson. The Blues have seen hard service since the opening of the present campaign, and their gallantry is fully attested by the number of casualties. Their captain killed, two lieutenants wounded, and their rank and file so reduced as to leave but few names on the roll. When the Blues returned from their campaign in Western Virginia they were entertained with a banquet by the honorary members, when an eloquent address was made by Col. G. W. Munford, in which he invoked them, whatever vicissitudes might befall to sustain their ancient reputation by their conduct on the bloody field, and well have they remembered the injunction. The organization of the company dates back as far as 1794, and many of our best and most prominent citizens have marched under its flag. Richmond Grays. The following are the casualties in company G, 12th Virginia regiment, in the fight on Saturday: Killed — Joseph B. Sacrey, (printer, of Richmon