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Montgomery......227 Morgan......13 Nansemond......191 Nelson......356 New Kent......107 Nicholas......61 Norfolk city......309 Norfolk county......210 Northampton......74 Nottoway......17 Ohio......293 Orange......47 Petersburg......308 Pittsylvania......289 Portsmouth......141 Powhatan......4 Princess Anne......3 Pulaski......75 Putnam......24 Raleigh......233 Rappahannock......46 Richmond City......455 Richmond County......35 Roane......41 Rockbridge......22 Russell......347 Scott......41 Smyth......144 Southampton......43 Warwick......29 Washington......96 Webster (New co.)...... Westmoreland......298 Wood......276 Wyoming......93 York......69 the following table shows the popular vote for President in 1856: States.Dem.Rep.Amer. Alabama46,73928,552 Arkansas21,89910,795 California53,36520,69136,165 Connecticut34,99542,7152,615 Delaware8,0043086,175 Florida6,3584,833 Georgia56,58142,439 Illin
ment in that institution, were brought in to receive the additional sentence prescribed by law in such cases: John Adams, otherwise called John Williams, twice convicted of forgery, (the second time in Richmond,) declined to answer whether he was the same person mentioned in the several records of information, and the question was settled by a jury; whereupon the prisoner was sentenced to five years further service. Jonathan White, convicted for horse-stealing in Smythe and larceny in Rockbridge county--sentenced to five years imprisonment. Robert P. Hughes, convicted for receiving stolen goods in Campbell and grand larceny in Halifax — same sentence. Thomas Owen, for similar offences in the same counties — same sentence. Wm. E. Johnson alias Michael McNoir, convicted for grand larceny in Lynchburg and bigamy in Nansemond — same sentence. Charles Douglass, convicted for burglary, and wounding with intent to kill, in Marshall county--same sentence. Five foreigners were natura<