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p consequent on exposure to the rain, but the majority of the men that we saw on Saturday seemed to be as dry as anybody else. The evolutions on the parade ground were very good, and the steady movements of the troops exhibited a marked improvement since the camp was established. A few ladies, undaunted by the chilling atmosphere, were there to see the parade, but the number of spectators, compared with that of the previous day, was small. Among the military officers present we observed Gen. Scott, of Powhatan, and Gen. Coleman, of Louisa — We missed the fine company of cavalry from Sorry, which left for home that morning. About 1 o'clock, the troops left the ground and rode to the city, passing through the Capitol Square and in front of the Governor's mansion. Our citizens never before saw such a splendid cavalcade upon the streets, and everybody was delighted with the spectacle.--This visit to the city was in accordance with the general wish, not only of our residents, but o
ayson113Louisa99 Hanover117Mason141 Jackson122McDowell82 Logan386Mercer128 Middlesex35Morgan13 Patrick90Nicholas61 Pendleton28Putnam24 Pocahontas285Raieigh233 Preston305Richmond county35 Randolph204Roane41 Sussex164Russell317 Tazewell80Scott41 Tucker159Wyoming93 Wayne51York69 Webster. (new co.) Wirt166 Wise18 3,101 2,375 2,375 726 Bell's maj. in the co's heard from1,386 Bell's clear maj660 Should the counties above vote precisely as in 1859, Mr. Bell would have a clear majority of 660. But in Russell county, a telegram states that the Democratic gain is reported at nearly 500, and Scott, Grayson, Lee, and other counties in "Little Tennessee," are reported by telegraph to have given large gains for the same party. In Kanawha, it is stated by telegraph that Bell gains 200 over the vote of '59. The table of the Presidential election includes 110 counties, nearly every one of which are reported by the Clerks of the County Courts, and may th