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Fatal Accident. --While a crowd was firing a salute at Waynesboro; Ga., in honor of Breckinridge carrying the State, the cannon exploded, killing Jas. W. Hatcher and dangerously wounding Jno. P. Lorentz.
In doubt. --Yesterday was a day of anxiety with those who had wagers on the result of the late election in Virginia. The vote, as far as received, indicated so close a race between Breckinridge and Bell, that the official returns may yet be necessary to a correct decision.
The following are the returns received since the publication of the table yesterday, containing 140 counties: Breckinridge's Major's. In 110 counties14 565 Taxewell698 Wirt111 Jackson100 Grayson132 Louie256 Sussex109 Lee425 Hanover2729 [by Telegraph.] Lynchburg, Nov. 12-- In nine of the counties composing the 13th Congressional District, Breckinridge's majority is 2,075. The other four counties unheard from are Scott, Buchanan, Wise and McDowell. [The counties to-day.] [These 13 counties in 1859 gave a majority of 622 for Goggin, making a gain in the present election for Breckinridge of nearly 3,000 votes. All the counties in the district except Buchanan and Wise are included in the tables which haved in the Dispatch.] Alexandria, Nov. 12. -- A summing up of 141 counties shows as follows: Bell's gains.Breckinridge's gains. 14,1389,067 9067 5071 Letcher's maj5829 Bell falls short of overcoming Letcher's maj. by 758.
Political rumor. Washington, Nov. 12. --The Cincinnati Commercial, of this morning, states that Breckinridge is determined to make a trip to the cotton States and publicly urge his fellow-citizens to abide by the Union. [Second Dispatch.] Lexington, Ky., November 12.--The rumor that Mr. Breckinridge goes to the South, to address the people, is contradicted. A meeting of Bell and Douglas men here, to-day, proposed resolutions strongly denouncing attempts at secession or dl rumor. Washington, Nov. 12. --The Cincinnati Commercial, of this morning, states that Breckinridge is determined to make a trip to the cotton States and publicly urge his fellow-citizens to abide by the Union. [Second Dispatch.] Lexington, Ky., November 12.--The rumor that Mr. Breckinridge goes to the South, to address the people, is contradicted. A meeting of Bell and Douglas men here, to-day, proposed resolutions strongly denouncing attempts at secession or disunion.
The election in Georgia. Augusta, Ga., Nov. 12. --One hundred and thirteen counties have reported. Nineteen more are to hear from. The returns indicate that Breckinridge has failed to obtain a majority over the other candidates, so the election is to go to the legislature, where there is a large majority of Breckinridge Democrats.