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urgents also in this neighborhood, and he forwarded it to Jezioranski. In this dispatch the Russian General admitted having suffered very severely in the fight of Friday, and reported it quite out of the question to think of a future attack until the arrival of reinforcements. In the course of yesterday and to-day nearly one hundred and fifty fresh recruits found their way into camp, including a dozen perfectly equipped Lancers on capital horses, looking, as an insurgent remarked to me in English, "very pretty fellows." Some of these belonged to the detachment of Lelewel, who was driven across the frontier ten days ago. To night Lelewel himself got safely across the frontier, and will remain with Jezioranski till the numbers of the detachment swell so considerably as to render it desirable to split it up in two. The camp presented a very animated appearance to-day, and I never saw such a motley collection of costumes. Austrian Hussars, Jews with all sorts of provisions fo
Henrico county. --The Commissioners of Elections met at Henrico Court House yesterday, and after carefully examining the various poll books returned, decided that Mr. Joseph J. English was elected over Mr. Robert A. Mayo by a majority of 48 votes.