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New Jersey. --The Newark Advertiser claims that one Republican Elector is chosen in that State, and perhaps four. At Leavenworth, K. T., on the reception of the news of Lincoln's election, the streets were illuminated, salutes fired, and the "Wide Awakes" paraded with full ranks. Walter F. Leake, of Richmond, delivered the annual address before the Agricultural Society of Cumberland, N. C., on 13th inst. The reward of $1,000 offered for the recovery of the body of Miss Agnes Garth, lost in the Lady Elgin, has been paid. Thomas Shoulders was killed in Northampton county, N. C., a few days since, by the falling of a tree. Judge J. B. Eccleston, one of the Judges of the Maryland Court of Appeals, died on the 12th inst. Breckinridge's majority in Maryland is now ascertained to be over 800.
The election in Georgia. Augusta, Ga., Nov. 14. --The popular majority in Georgia against Breckinridge is 2,000.
egy of war, should trouble come as is now threatened, the educated talent of its graduates, scattered over every county of the State, will prove a bulwark of defence against all the assaults that may be made against our citizens or its institutions. The anniversary celebration at the Barracks was opened this evening with a handsome display of fire-works, and followed up with a number of appropriate addresses. Navigation has been resumed on the North river branch of the James River and Kanawha Canal, the damage by the recent freshet not having been as great as was anticipated. The work of completion to "Jordan's Point" is progressing slowly — so slowly that there is now no hope of making a finish this year. The Law School of Judge Brockenbrough, assisted by Col. J. W. Massie, of the Lexington bar, opened last week with about 30 students. Allow me to correct your statement of the vote of this county. The official vote is, Bell 1,231; Douglas 641; Breckinridge 361. B.
The election. --None of the eleven unheard from counties were received yesterday. Some official returns, however, correct some errors in former reports, making Bell's majorities 17,644, and Breckinridge's 17,955.--Breckinridge's clear majority 111, The remaining counties gave Letcher 570 in 1859. The election. --None of the eleven unheard from counties were received yesterday. Some official returns, however, correct some errors in former reports, making Bell's majorities 17,644, and Breckinridge's 17,955.--Breckinridge's clear majority 111, The remaining counties gave Letcher 570 in 1859.