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of Public Works--A. R. Holladay, 1051; T. L. Broun, 5; J. R. Anderson, 890.--Senate — John Robertson, 800; J. R. Anderson, 178; scattering, 70. House of Delegates--A. A. Morson, 183; John O. Steger, 358; Thos. H. Wynne, 661; N. B, Hill, 769; D. J. Saunders, 459; Wyndham Robertson, 688; scattering, 109. For amendment to Constitution, 946; against, 44. For Ratification, 1161; against, 1. Madison Ward. Board of Public Works.--A. R. Holliday, 1,278; A. A. Morson, 10; Thomas Broun, 1; N. ks.--A. R. Holliday, 1,278; A. A. Morson, 10; Thomas Broun, 1; N. B. Hill. 1. For Ordinance of Secession, 1,336; against it, 1, (James H. Anderson.) For amendment to the Constitution on the tax question, 1,194; against it, 34. Senate.--Judge John Robertson, 1,047; Jos. R. Anderson, 243. House of Delegates--Wyndham Robertson, 1,069; John O. Steger, 895; A. A. Morson, 718; Thomas H. Wynne, 655; D. J. Saunders. 284; N. B. Hill, 287; Gustavus A. Myers, 24; Robert F. Morriss, 24; scattering, 44.
Norfolk, May 23. --McKenney is elected to the Senate, and Baker to the House. Six votes were cast against ratification in this city. The Marton Rifle Company of Portsmouth, voted in a body against Secession. They were disarmed and disbanded. [Second Dispatch.] Norfolk, May 23. --The polls closed here with 1172 votes for Secession to 5 for Union.--Everything quiet. Lynchburg. Lynchburg, May 23. --The vote for Secession was 1,496, and none against. Davis and Saunders are elected to the Legislature. For amendment of Constitution 1,385; against 69. Other points heard from show a similar result. Roanoke. Salem, May 23. --The vote for Secession and amendment to the Constitution is 850, and none against. Fredericksburg. For Secession 717; against, 2. Alexandria. Alexandria, May 23. --For secession, 950; against, 105. H. W. Thomas is elected Senator for Fairfax and Alexandria, and W. G. Cazenove Delegate for Alexandria