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Theatrical. --Mr. Joseph Proctor, one of our American tragedians, has completed a most successful engagement in Bolton, Eng., and proceeds to Preston previous to his return to London, where he is engaged to play at one of the theatres.
oreland344 WoodtieWilliamsburg6 Wythe177 15,631 14,245 14,245 majority for Bell 1,386 the following table shows the vote in 1859, in the counties yet to be heard from: Letcher. Goggin. Boone142Braxton32 Buchanan91Clay41 Cabell91Giles111 Calhoun251Kanawha671 Craig164Lancaster49 Fayette39Lee64 Grayson113Louisa99 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 count