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nor: Price 3 maj, over Imboden. Congress: 9th district, Funsten over Menifee, 227 maj; 10th district, Holliday 3 maj over Boteler. Board of Public Works: J. E. Stewart over Beall, 140 maj; over Burnwell, 151; over Kercheval, 155. State Senate: 24th district, Dulany over Ashby 86 maj; over Taylor, 109. House of Delegates: Alexandria, Snowden over Cazenove, 101 maj; over Smoot, 109. Fairfax, Hunt over Pugh, 21 maj. Prince William, Larkin has a maj of 3 over Nelson, 5 over Norvell, and 6 over Lynn. Warren, no opposition to Thomas.--Fauquier, Brooke's maj over Shackleford is 7, over Gordon 16, over Hunton 18. Prince Edward County--Court-House — For Governor: Smith, 59, Flournoy, 33; Munford, 8. Attorney General; Tucker, 89. Lieut Governor; Imboden, 37; Price, 52. Congress: Becock, no opp, 93. Senate: Dickinson, 116; Miller, 1. House of Delegates: Tredway, no opp, 96. Green Bay Precinct — Governor: Smith, 23; Flournoy, 19; Munford, 5. State Senate: Dickinson, 26; Miller, 21. Lt
han Dahlgren 15 inch guns, will not, it is believed, be of more than 13 inch bore. From the reports published on the 29th, of the condition of the iron clads now in course of construction, we learn that the following vessels will be afloat by the 1st of August: Name.Thage.Where Building. 1. Canonious,1,034South Boston. 2. Catawba,1,034Cincinnati. 3. Manhattan,1,034Jersey City. 4. Mahopac,1,034Jersey City. 5. Manayunk,1,034Pittsburgh. 6. Oneota,1,034Cincinnati. 7. Saugus,1,034Wilmington, Del. 8. Tippecanos,1,034Cincinnati. 9. Tecuœseh,1,034Jersey City. 10. Agimentious,1,564Portsmouth, N. H. 11. Monadnock,1,564Boston Navy yard. 12. Towanda,1,564Philadelphia Navy-yd. 13. Miantonomah,1,564New York Navy-yard. The New York State Democratic Central Committee met at Albany on the 28th, and all the members were in attendance. The resolutions readopt the declaration of the last State Convention in regard to the support of the Government to suppress
on of monitors. North Atlantic Squadron, Flagship Malvern, off Fort Fisher, North Carolina, January 15, 1865. Sir: My late experience with the , and in riding out heavy gales, justifies me in making a special report on the matter. I feel the importance of the Government's receiving accurate information in relation to a class of vessels about which there has been a difference of opinion, and of which we are building quite a number. My experience has been with the Monadnock, Saugus, Mahopac and Canonicus, all vessels of some difference of construction, and built, I believe, by different contractors. Before leaving Hampton Roads, and while waiting for the army to provide troops for the land part of this expedition, I sent the monitors Canonicus, Mahopac and Saugus up the James river to try what they could do with the rebel batteries at Howlett's and above that point. At Howlett's the enemy had a heavy gun mounted (a 200-pounder Brooke's rifle), which was frequentl
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