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The Congressional election. The following intelligence has come to hand since our last publication: Second district--Returns thus far are favorable to the election of Chambliss over Kilby. Fifth district--Bocock's majority over Goode in Appomattox is 300, and in Prince Edward about 250. Seventh district--The official vote of Albemarle is, for James P. Holcombe, 566; S. F. Leake, 362; R. G. H. Kean, 69. An intelligent correspondent (whose letter we are compelled to defer) estimates Holcombe's majority in the district and in the camps at 1,000 Eighth district--The returns Indicate the election of Dejarnette over Morton and Lacy. The counties of Spotsylvania, Stanerl, King George, and Caroline, and three camps, give Dejarnette, 1,249; Morton, 350; Lacy, 451. Tenth district--In the counties of Clarke, Jefferson, and Frederick, the vote resulted; A. R. Boteler, 659; Andrew Hunter, 693; Thomas C. Green, 245. Shenandoah has probably gone for Green by 150 or 200 majority, and Hardy