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ford, 16. Lieutenant Governor, two precincts:--Price, 203; Imboden, 93. Attorney-General: Tucker. ournoy, 69; over Munford, 146. Lieut Governor: Price 3 maj, over Imboden. Congress: 9th district, eral; Tucker, 89. Lieut Governor; Imboden, 37; Price, 52. Congress: Becock, no opp, 93. Senate: Dnoy, 80; Smith, 39. Lt Governor: Imboden, 51; Price, 45; Sheffey, 8 Senate: Dickinson, 105; Millerth, 93; Flournoy, 46. Lieutenant-Governor: For Price, 177; Imboden, 90. State Senate:--Thompson, 13 over Smith, 19. Lieut. Governor: Imboden over Price, 39. Congress: Wickham over Lyons, 43. House ord received 4 votes. Imboden's majority over Price, 46. Caroline County.--Returns from Spart51; Flournoy, 39; Munford, 11. Lieut Governor: Price, 46; Imboden, 240. Congress: Dejarnette, 125;Smith, 194; Munford, 29. For Lieut. Governor: Price, 560; Imboden, 92. For Attorney General: Tuckmith; 199; Munford, 58. For Lieut. Governor. Price, 262; Imboden, 375. For Attorney General: Tuc[12 more...]
oners have already been sent North." The cavalry of the rebel Col. Breckinridge were pounced upon in their camp within 12 miles of McMinnville, near Murfreesboro', a few days ago, by General Wilson, with a force of Union infantry mounted. The camp was destroyed, and 9 prisoners and 25 horses captured. Morgan is falling back to Sparta to join Wharton's forces. A dispatch from Cincinnati yesterday says that the report, through rebel sources, of the capture of Helena, Arkansas, by Gen. Price, is false. The schooner Sea Bird, of Philadelphia, was captured and burnt by the rebels on the 20th inst., while aground at the mouth of the Neuse river. Her captain and crew were taken prisoners. The rebels boarded her in small boats from the shore. It is reported that all the rebel troops in North Carolina, including even the new conscripts, are moving to Virginia. A long correspondence is published, containing an account of the attack of Col. J. R. Jones, of the 8th Pennsyl