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he 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 for Boteler by 200. Returns indicate the election of Boteler, though the vote will be pretty close. Thirteenth district--Wythe county, Walter Preston, 361; Fayette McMullen, 63. Preston's majority 288. The remainder of the district not heard from. The vote is everywhere unanimous for Davis and Stephens.