Newspaper of The New York Herald, November 9, 1848, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated November 9, 1848 Page 1
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jtatmmm? ?a iwih. arrgg TH NO. 5272. AB9HIOML UtOSVI Of THE CHEAT POLITICAL CONTEST OF 1848. NAMPS flP HANnmATPQ PI PP.TPn THB THIRTY-FIRST CONGRESS. &c. t(i b(i Telegraphic Returns. W?w York. FIRST DESPATCH. PoruHKKEriiK, NOT. 8?43S A. M. Eight towns in Dutchess county gi?e Taylor 1,617 majority. Colombia oounty, it is belleTed. will give Taylor about 4,400. and Cass and Van Buren 2,100. lUnsselaer oonnty has given Taylor about 3,000 majority. The returns, howevor, are not oomplete. la Albany oounty, tbrea whig A<msM/ni> are leoted. The other members are doubtful. The vote in Albany county, complete, is?for Taylor 7,030, for L ass 3,670, and for Van Buren 2,682. Onondaga Congressional District ha* elected Gott the whig candidate. Three out of the four members of Assembly eleoted in Onondaga, are whlgs. SECOND DBSrATClI. Utica, NOT. 8?1 P. M. Oneida county shown returns from all but three towns. The vote stands as follows:?Taylor, ft,80S) Cass, 3,861; Van Buren, 4,184. For Congress, Matte, son, (whig) has 6,631; Williams, (dem ) 3,013; Mann, " ?II* A AH* Pa. Aunuml.lu ?win uhloa n n ,1 nno >""/ '"""""'ji o- ?? free (oil member are elected?one remaining doubtful. THIRD DESPATCH. Albany, Nov. 8?1J? P. M. Eleven towns in Washington county give Taylor 2,881; Cam, 873, and Van Buren 1,412. FOURTH DESrATCH. Albany, Nov. 8?5 T. M. In Yates county, Taylor has a majority of 15'J over both competitors. Van Buren is ahead of Cass. In Wayne county, Van Buren has a majority of 71 over both. In Ontario ocunty, Taylor has a mijority of 1,237, although he runs behind the rest of the whig ticket. In Monroe county (incomplete), Taylor is 1,700 ahead. Cass runs behind his tioket. In Orleans, Tajlor's majority over Van Buren is 60; over Cass, 1,400. In Llvingcton county (six towns), Taylor is 630 ahead of Van Buren. The county will giv? a plurality for Taylor of at leat-t 2,000. From Erie county we have returns as follows:? Towni, ft Taylor. I'aia. Van Buren. Buffalo City 3.730 1,112 820 Amherst 267 25 82 Aurora 340 85 182 l..b Dn.b >,! AQ't <?;(;> l'il Chautauque 123 6!? 30 Hamburg 5l?3 358 135 Holland 121 120 17 Lanoaster 175 140 100 Sardinia 166 67 65 Tonawanda lo# 89 Alden 260 60 87 Tan towns are yet to be heard from. Taylor's majority in Erie will not vary much from 4,000. In the twentieth Congresslsnal district, (Oneida county) the plurality of Mattlson, whig, is 1105. Two whig assembly men are elected in Oneida county, one free soller, and one is in dispute. In Onondaga county, Cass has not carried a single town ot ward. Taylor has a majority of too ovwr Van Buren in the county. The plurality of the whig candidate for Congress (Daniel Oott,) is about 400. Two whigs and two freasciiers are elected Assemblymen. The whig State ticket has a plurality in the eounty. Oswego is reported to have given Van Buren ? small plurality. Duer. whig, for Congress, has a plurality. In Cayuga eounty, Taylor has a majority of about 45o over Van Buren. Fish, whig, for (Jovernor, and Conger, whig, for Cougress, have a plurality of about 0o0. Two whig assembly men are elected, and there is one doubtful. In Tompkins county, Hector gives Taylor a majority of loo over his highest opponent. Broome county gives Taylor a plurality of 605. Seneaa eounty gives Taylor a majority o f about 200 over Van Buren. The whig assembly man la elected. FIFTH DESPATCH. Potic.hkekp.iir, Not. 8?11 P. M. In the Seventeenth Congressional Distxiot (Montgomery and Herkimer counties) Alexander, whig, has a majority of 118 over Nellis, free soiler. Nellis has a maioritv of 1.232 in llerklmer. and Alexander 1.360. in Montgomery. In Chenango county (two towns to hear from) Taylor bu ? majority of 862 oyer CaM, and considerable moie over Van Buren. The other two town* will Increase the majority for Taylor about 100. Burnettwhig, for Congreis, runs ahead of Taylor. In Ulcter county ytwelve town*) Taylor bai 3,061) Cats 1,620, and Van Buren 1,071; Gould, whig, for Congress, has about l,80o majority oyer his highest opponent. Columbia county give! Taylor 3.1KI7, Cass 2,128. and Van Buren 2,118. The vote for Congressman is about the same. The towns of Catskill. Athens, Cairo, l)urhatn> TrattsviUe, Atbland, Windham, Greenville, and Cox. Mekie, in Greene county, give Taylor a majority of 1.2C0. In the whole county. Taylor's majority will be bout feuo. In the Eleventh Congressional D.'atrlct, (Columbia and Oreene counties,) Silvester, whig, hn about 3.00(1 majority over Olney, (bunker,) hi* highest competitor. Oreene county haseleeted two whig Assemblymen. In Otrego oounty Cass has a majority of about 200 over Taylor. The whigs have elected one Assemblyman. surely, and perhaps two. In Schoharie county Taylor has a majority of 400 OTer Cass. Danforth, whig, is elected to the AssemblyIn Cortland county, Taylor has U00 majority, and the whig candidate for Congress has 400. Broome county gives 500 majority for Taylor. State ticket the same. Chemung county gives Van liuren a majority of ?t out 400. Toylor's majority in Krle county, l.;i.'>0. Kive townn yet to hear from. Pennsylvania. kiIINr nusrATi II. Hahrihri tn, Not. H?.*> A. M. The news from ail section* indicates an inaroasod whig vote; and tha vote of this State pUses Did Xnok ta the Presidential chair. MTOKI] nnspATi ii. Phii.adfii rMt t, No* 8?rt V. M. The Tote of Tenn diatrlct atand* 2t5 for Taylor, MS for Case, and (! for Van liuron. K?n*iu<ton .j,o05 for Tajlor, 2,190 for I'aaa, ami 4'i for VaOjIluren Oxford. It-.; for Taylor, 144 for r-*as, and 7 for Van Buren. Krankfcrd, 470 for Taylor. 2'il for Casa, and 20 for Van Burpn. Kower Dublin, Ilft-t for Taylor, : for Ca a, and (for Van Buren. Bj berry aud Moreland, 1?1 fur Tajlor, 122 for Cuff, and 30 for Van Burro. Total vot? of Philadelphia county. 31 151 for Tajlor, '.'1,420 for Caaa, and 6o:; for Van Duren. TUIRn DKSPATCH. Pmi.Anr.i rmh, Not. 8-10 A.M. Bctdta county given Cans 4 4.">0 majority, Bneka county,except!nn Salisbury, IliclilnnJ, Plum ted, and Milford. glvea 2S l majority for Ca?. roirRTii ntsrmn. Philadelphia, Not. 8- 11 A. M. MMtlCD ouunijr m mr i.iuu mnj'.'riiy. Firm DKSPAT''JI. Plllt.ADBI.rHIA, Nor. X?II M. Franklin county veN Tuvlor a majority of *J0. l.c bun on township [oounty'] l'aylor a majority f 1,100. HIXTlt DESPATCH. Nor. fi 11 50 A M. Dauphin eounly giro* Taylor I 400 majority (jOO gllB j Labanon, Taylor, 1.IM ro?j <ritj- 3(!0 ?*in ; hohuylklll, 1,124 m'jorlty fur Taylor. <)!>! Mothar * tumbvrland gltaf Taylor K*l maj'>rliy. No raturn* from Ttrry, Mifflin or Juniata. II IW1IWIII III llll Ill I ? ?? E NE MOR tEVENTH DKiFATCII. Harmibu?(]H, NOT. 8?12 A.M. A telegraphic deepatoh, this moment reciiTed, girea Taylor 818 majority in Adama county; whig gain 286. York ilvoa Caaa 260; again overJohnaton of 70. | EIGHTH DESPATCH. Pu........ ..... Km K _1 P M The oflieial oihtuh of Bucks county shows a m?jcritj of 224 fir Caw. NINTH DESPATCH. Philadelphia. Not. 8?1>* P. M. Lehigh countj is reported ll)7 for Cut and Butler. TENTH DESPATCH philadelphia, NOT. 8?2 P. M. Schuylkill county gives Taylor 1,220 majority. Carbon oounty gives Casa 292 majority. Whole county in by express. ELEVENTH DESPATCH. Philadelphia, Not. S?9 P.M. In SnliWan county Cass has a majority over Taylor of 147; in Clinton county 187; In Luserne oounty (four townships not heard from) 704; in Weetmoraland county, 2,000. In Bradford county, Taylor's majority oTer Cass is 65, being a whig gain of 61 siuce the gubernatorial election ; in Butler oounty, Taylor's majority over Cass is 215 ; in Meroer county 200, and in Beaver oounty 301. TWELFTH DESPATCH. A iiii.fti'M.riiiA, nvf, o?A\; i . ni. Thirty oounties now heard fiom give Taylor a majority of 16,016 over Cass. The loathern telegraphic wires are broken beyond Bedford. THIRTEENTH DESPATCH. Philadelphia, Not. 8?11 P. M. The county of Blair gives Taylor a majority of 1,000 over Cass ; and the county of Bedford, 10. Susquehanna oounty gives Cass 1.7uu majority. Ohio. FIRST DESPATCH. Cincinnati, Not. 8?6 A. M. Three towns in Athens county give a whig gain of 71 since the gubernatorial election. Six towns in Sciota county give a whig gain of 155. Fourteen towns in Koss oounty give 404 whig gain Pickaway county gives a whig gain of 189. Nine towns in Muskingum give a whig gain of 58. Clark county (about half the county heard from) gives a majority of 1.120 for Taylor. Franklin, 183 for Taylor. Six towns in Washington oounty, Including Marietta. live a (rain of 130 for Cats. SECOND DESPATCH. Philadelphia, Not. 8?9}? P. M. In Tu?carora county, Taj lor has a majority of 60 over Cass ; in Mercer county 200, and in Batler county 200. In Fairfield county Cass has a majority of 10* over Taylor. In Mercer county the free Boilers polled about 1,000 Totes. THIRD DESPATCH Colummui. Nov. 8?9 P. M. It is all oyer with Ohio ; tbe Western Reserve tells the story. Cass will have a majority of 8,000 or 10,000 over Taylor in this State. Virginia. FIRST DESPATCH. Baltimore, Nov. 8?10 A. M. Chesterfield gives Cass a majority ol 208. SECOND DESPATCH. Philadelphia, Nov. 8?1>? P. M. Richmond gives 158; Henrico, 44; Fairfax. 150; Fre4?rlok?bmrg 00. an* Wheeling 10- Taylor gains. THIRD DESPATCH. Philadelphia. Nov. 8?2 P. M. Culpepper county give* :: > majority for Taylor Orange county gives 50 majority for Taylor. King George oounty gives ;;0 majority for Taylor. Stafford (two precinctc) give* 85 majority for Cass. FOURTH DESPATCH. Baltimore, Nov. 8?11 P. M. Orange, (Taylor's native plaoe.) gives Cass a majority of 71. In Norfolk oity Taylor has a majority of 204; in Frinccss Anna, (two precincts not heard frem,) 47; in Elizabeth city 18; in Warwick 51 Norfolk oounty, (one preolnot not beard from,) glvus Cass a majority of 96; Shenandoah 1 244; Warren 103; and Krederiok 63. FIFTH DESPATCH. Richmond, Nov. 8?P. M. Chesterfield oounty gives Cass a majority of 2u0; Caroline. 40; Shenandoah. 1.244; Warren, 16J; Frederick, 9Louisa, 100, and Powbattan, 59. llonrlco county gives Taylor 192 majority; Albemarle, ?00, and Clark 0. North Carolina. FIRST DISPATCH. Philadelphia, Nov. S?I,'* P. M. Taylor gains Wake and Cumberland counties by 150 majority. SECOND DBSPATCH. philadelphia, Nor. S?1*4 t. M. Cumberland county, Taylor. HI'.'; Cm*. 1,101. Maryland. FIRST DISPATCH. Baltimore, Not. 8?10 A. M. Cecil county, (two preclncta to haar from,) gives Can a majority of 82. Harford county gives Taylor a n njority of about 200. Van Buren received 5 votes. SECOND DESPATCH. Baltimore, Not. 8?11 A. M.? Washington county, (excepting one preoinot) gives Taylor 20<S majority. THIRD DISPATCn. Philadelphia, Nov. ft?ll? F. M. In Baltimore county four districts show a gain over the Governor's vote, of 3.887. Frederick oounty gives i... majomy ior FOfRTH DESPATCH. Philadklpmia, Not. 8?2 P. M. Frederick county, complete. 17-r. majority lor Taylor. Washington. complete. 275 majority for Taylor. FIFTH DESPATCH* Bai.timork, Not. 8?11 P. M. Three precinct* of ChaTles county glT* Taylor a majority of 280. Montgomery gives Taylor a majority of 286, and St. Mary'a 420. New J truiy. FIRST DESPATCH. TarnTntt, Nor. 8?5 P. M. In Burlington township. Taylor haa loo majority ; Northampton, 02 ; Cheater. .33 ; Whittingborough, 73 ; Medford. 142; Kvesham. 104 ; Sauthampton, 48. Total. COJ. Sprlngticld gives 8. and I'emberton :;1, for Cass. Total 30 Newell'* Trite in these townships is fc'-O. and l'otta'44. In Monmouth Jackson gives Cmi 80 majority, and Totta 39. Middlesex gives Taylor Too majority. SECOND DESPATCH. NrwABK, Not. 8?4!{ \.M Taylor's majority in this county iaonly 1,000? threa strong whig to*B?hlps to hear from yet, which will make hi- majority 2 000. lluJxon county, io fur, gire* Taylor .300 majority. The ?ote* in .Ieif*y City are not yet counted; but they *111 probalily increase the whig majority to 000. in inn despatch. Monmouth, Nor, 8?6 A.M. Tho latent return" from Som?r??it glre Taylor 4.r>0 majority. Tho return* from Monmouth county are ^till In crmpletc; but as far an received, they -ho* a majority for Taylor. l OL'KTII DKSTATCH. Tkki roi, N:)T. 8-6 P. M Somernet county glrc* Taylor 4"? i majority. In Monmouth eounty, Plumxted five* Taylor 15 ' ar>d K m. A. New#ll 2,">. Millstone give* Noiroll V3; l 'pp'<r freehold given Taylor i'2, ami Neaill Newell run# ahead rf hid ticket. riFTii PKsrATi ir. Nbwark, NOT. 8-V A. M. Ilnnterdon county, complete, give* ?; <? 1,000 Binjoitty. Nomernet county, mejorlty for Taylor 4;'i0. Monmouth county, .' ?)<) for Taylor, riumxted town?hip given l.'i majority for Taylor. 1 MllWton*, 20 f> f Taylor ; t:pp*t k'renhold, Slfor Tay W YO NING EDITION?THUJ lor; Bortlngtoa, 100 for Taylor ; North amp tan, 02 do ; Chetter, S3 do ; Wllllngboreugh, 73 do ; Medford, 142 do ; Oeeham, 104 do; Southampton, 48 do. Middles*! county U reported to hare given 700 for Taylor. ? Mereer county giree Taylor 683 majority. In 1844* Clay's majority IU 468. Essex county gives Taylor a majority of 1,800?throe whig townships to hear from, which will probably swell the vote to 2,000. North Mansfield gives Taylor 693 majority ; Springfield 8 for Cass ; Pemberton SI for Cass. Jackson, In Monmouth eoanty, gives Cass 80, and Totts 39. Sussex oonnty gives Caas a majority of 2,243. SIXTH UBSl'ATCU. Philadelphia, Not. 8?10 A.M. Camden oonnty. (two diatrlota to be heard from) 8lves Taylor 700 majority. SXVKNTH DISPATCH. TaaNTON, Nor. 8?1 P. M. Cumberland girea 348 for Taylor, and Gloucester 416. SlaMMhnaeUs, PIBST DESPATCH. Boiton, Not. 8?1J? P. M. Eight towns in Barnstable county give 387 whig majority. and email whig gain from last year. Total Tote of the State, over 140.COO. Connecticut. FIRST DESPATCH. Storinuton, Not 7?Midnight. The Tote in this town to-day was for Taylor 404, Cass, 2C4; Van Buren, 45. The vote in Uroton was for Taylor 190, for Cast 173; and for Van Buren 60. In North Stonington, at half-past three o'clook this afternoon, Catis was about twenty-fiTe ahead. SECOND DESPATCH. Bridgeport, Not. 8?10 A. M. The tenth Senatorial distrlot gives Taylor a plurality of about 240. and Fairfield about 760. THIRD DESPATCH. Mai nc. FIRST DESPATCH. Bostoh, Not. 8?10 A.M. Returns from ten towns in York oounty, and ten in Cumberland, show a whig gain of 460 OTer the Tote in ovjiii si uci SECONIJ DESPATCH. Boston, Nov. 8?11 A. M. Returns from 47 towna, as far as beard from at 9 o'clock this morning, show a whig gain of 1.280. THIRD DESPATCH. Boston, Not. 8?1i2 M. Eight towns in Kennebec county, giro Taylor 1.782 plurality. Whig gatn, since September, 07f. New Hampshire, FIRST DESPATCH. BesTo*. Not. 8?1^ P. M. Further returns from New Hampshire indicate aa increased democratic majority. Vermont, FIRST DKSCATCH. Trov, Not. 8?11 A. M. iiiv result in seven iuwui i unmet* not given; ib iot Taylor, 1,146 ; Cam, -89; Van Buren, 288. SECOND DISrATCH. Boston, Not. 8?1 P. M. Returns from all bat two towns of Windham county glveTayler 2,620, Cass 684, and Van Buren 1,333. THIRD DESPATCH. Bostom. Not. 8?lJi P. M. The S*?te of Vermont has all been b?*rd from ox. eept two towns. Windham county giTes Taj lor 2,?30{ Cass. 484; Van Buren, 1,363. Whig gain, 404- since September. FOURTH DESPATCH. Burlington, Not. 8?10*? P. M. The towns of Highgate, Fairfax, Fairfield, Norburgh, Richmond, Berkshire, Sheldon, Montpelier, Middlesex, Waterbury. Lincoln, Goshen, Leicester Sudbury, Shaftsbnry. Woodford, Athens, Brattleboro' Brooitline,DoTcr, Dumerston, Grafton, Outlford, Iiall. fax, Jamaica, Londonderry, Marlboro, Newfane, Kidney, Rockingham, Strattan, Townsend, Vernon, Wadsboro, Westminster, Whittlngham, Wilmington, and Windham, give Taylor 4,236, C'ass 1,060, and Van Buren 2,672. Kentucky. Philadelphia, Not. 8?9}{ P. M. Carrolton, (tbe rncidencc of Oen. Butler,) gives a majority of 47 for Taylor. Carroll girea Taylor a majority of 13. Michigan. Detroit, Not. 8?7 P. M. Cars ba? carriud the State. Sprague,whlg,is elected to Congreia. Bliwnri, St. Louie? 5 majority for Cats. Illinois* Sandmen County?Taylor, 500 majority. Clay's majority in 1844, 406. Chicago. (Cook County)?Taylor 1,281, Cass 1 030 Van Buren 1,643. General Summary. New York. The result of the election In thia State, is so decidedly in favor of I aylor and the whigs generally, that we have not thought it best to tvke up our columni with the numerous details from the interior of tho State, which have reached ua, and still continue to, by telegraph; particularly aa these returnaare quite insufficient to satisfy curiosity as to the amount of the majo" rity or plurality of Taylorover Caaa and Van Buren; nor are we yet able to determine which of the two latter electoral tickets baa run best in the State. When the re' turns are more complete from entire counties, weshal' be able to present tables of the reiult in the State, of interrst and value, for reference. We have added up the return* from a number o,towns and counties in various parts of the State, and the following ia the result Taylor 19,404 Cass 11. Van Buren 7.731 Tbis looks as if Van Buren would come behind Cast 'n the cidtmi of the votes of the State. VOTE FOR REPRESENTATIVE FOR TIIK SIXTH COSORESSIONAI, DISTRICT. WllKi. DEMOCRATIC. IH?? Mil. Il'ardt. Brook*. I.mc. hVld. 1 1 1213 1358 1?5 1 2 ?XI 806 01 1 5 200(1 5-19 :i*k! 1 6 lf*># 1173 531 1 7 1!W6 irMO 4^0 1 8 12-10 WSJ 305 Total.. !?13 6S93 1908 6593 2650 majority lor Brooks. VOTK TOR RJCPRKSKNT ATIVK FOR THE TTNK\ PIRED TF.KK IN T1IE THIRTIETH CONQIIKSs FOR TIIK SIXTH DISTRICT. WHIO. EKMOCUATIO. r'K* SOU. Ward*. Ilretlrv. Hrmthnrit, Tovntntd. U 1331 12W 12 806 M6 27 1,'. 1HMM fi.M *XK> 1 6 19#f> lwo 17:* 1 7 20?7 147S 37H 1 8 1261 2i7 Total .. JM-18 tH4? UK ftllS) majority for (ireflpy. QUEENS COUNTY?CO.IOHE * S. A'/nsf. Junta, firiiicrt. Newtown 29* 14-i 2I1? Jamaica .'It'". 09 2<?;? Flashing UBS 41 1?0 North Il<?i?pAtead 2<;;i 174 Jul Hcmpxtead 7sit -Jik) ;i.*>h Oy*t?rbuy . 8?t.1 UOt 11*1 2.14 4 004 1.2 J 'JH'irt D.I | Whig majority OT*r both.. HH 2,iu# Wbt? plurality 1,0*2 7h<> Aiw? ubly tlokut la oleoud l>j about the ?am? plurality. l'ha wholn whig tink?t 1* e1?ot?J. SITI'FOLK. c Of'NTY | Tb? only town haard from In SotTo'.k U Huntlnjtoa in' ii. u :3c^.~aoaaMEfa?B?ik?????? >RK I RSDAY, NOVEMBER 9 wblah givaa a plnralltyagaintt Um whir* of 31. In 1844 it gar* Polk 515 majority. KINGS COUNTY. Tb? astir* whig ticket ia elected by orw 2 000 majority. The follotriBK are majoritlee on tha elector*l ?o*a. The 6tb ward ^our navy-jard ward,) which u<u?Uy Clfrvuuu*gWHPI> *UU UN ?T?U |UUf UI|U IW, r?duceil to 200. Some wards bare iocreaaed 900 majority. The 8th, which haa alwayi baa a looofoco (Iran, tkia jear, a email whig majority. You may lafal? ?ay tbat tha malt la nnpar?lM*4 la tha hlitory of King* county. Tha Congraaa and Aaaembly ticket la not jet in, but every candid*t? elected by large m^joriWhit. Dtm. l?t ward, Brooklyn :H)4 ? 2d do. do 00 ? 3d do. do 080 ? 4th do. do 640 ? 6th do. do ? 200 6th do. do 4AH ? 7th do. do 270 ? 8th do. do. 8 ? Wh do. de 38 ? Williameburg 4(tt ? Flatbuth 24 ? Ornmad 86 ? Vlatlaada ? 14 TJtrfeht ? 6 Buihwlek ; 2o ? New LoU 40 ? 2.988 210 219 2 704 Ohio. la the following table wo compare r?turn? of the Presidential eleotion with the reoent election for UoTernor, when Ford (whig) had a majority In the State of 345. I Vkim n.,? it n t n Athens (3 towns) 71 ? Sciota (0 townr) 165 ? Raiis (14 towns) 404 ? Pickaway 180 ? Musklngam (9 towns) 68 ? Clark 200 ? Franklin 183 ? Washington (6 towns) ? 130 Jeffcrfon (1 town) 114 ? Stark (1 town) ? 33 Lak* ? 1,043 Seven townships in the Reserve. . . ? 700 Total 1,431 1,072 Net demoeratlc gain thus far, 638. It becomes a nice question whether the whig gain In other parts of the State will balance the democratic gain on the Western Reserve. The indications are that the whig loss on the Reserve, from the free soil) may reach 10,000 or more. Feiiiiflylvanla. Premdenl. 1848. Govtrnor. '48. Taylor. Cu". Wkig. Dtm. Philadelphia city .. . 6,060 ? 3,001 ? Philadelphia county. 4 210 ? 070 ? Dauphin 1,400 ? 980 ? Allegheny 3,600 ? 2,092 ? Cumberland 100 ? ? 71 Lancaster 6,130 ? 4,213 ?

Berks ? 4,460 ? 4,204 Lebanon 1,076 ? 837 ? Buck ? 200 ? lftl Franklin >20 ? 770 ? Adams 816 ? 62 5 ? Columbia ? 1,W8 ? 1.177 Beaver 330 ? 381 ? "Westmoreland 1.190 ? 2.009 Bradford (reported).. 65? ? 507 Perry ? 727 ? 725 Lehigh ? 197 ? 446 Carbon ? 292 ? 2iH Bedford ? 240 ? 120 Union 1,413 ? 1.201 ? Incoming ? 398 ? 448 Northumberland ... ? 595 ? 678 Montgomery ? 500 ? b73 Pike ? 600 ? 48(1 Delaware 648 ? 475 ? Yoik ? 340 ? 183 SchujlkUl 1,220 ? 726 ? 26 395 11.633 17 761 12102 11,6?:V J?1M Taylor's mai 14 762 Johnaton'i 6 659 Taylor'* gain tbua far, in 26 countiea, 9.103. Johnston'a majority In the State, it will bo remembered. was 300. There are 34 counilea to come in yet. wilmot's DISTUICr. Bradford county, which gave 607 demooratio majority at the governor'* election, ia reported to have giren 50 majority for Taylor, and ia ao put down in eur table. But a despatch, via Klmira. aaya. " 17 town* in Bradford county give Taylor 700 majority." If ao, tbe whig gain ia 1,200, tupposing the remaining town* i to balance each other. New J?r*?y. Counties. Taylor. Can. Clay. I'olk. Bergen ? 300 ? 401 Burlington. .. 1.000 ? 713 ? Camden 700 ? '.'40 ? Emmx 2.200 ? 1.K10 ? Hunttrdon... ? 1.029 ? 842 Hudson Ml ? 420 ? Mercer 683 ? 300 ? Middlesex. . .. 697 ? 288 ? Morrlf 459 ? 437 ? Faeeaic 427 ? 311 ? Somerset 450 ? 101 ? Sumex ? 2.243 ? 2.195 Warren (reported) 1.300 ? 1.264 Gloucester- 415 ? 609 ? Cumtorland... 348 ? 178 ? 7.640 4 872 5.395 4.005 4.872 4.905 Taylor'i maj. 3.008 Clay's maj. 430 Taylor s gain. 2,008 COUNTIES TO HE HEARD J'ROX. C/.?y. I'olk. Monmouth ? 213 Atlantic ? 345 Cape May 4?>'> ? Salem 182 ? 648 658 ' Monmouth tu incorrertly reported. as we think, by telegraph yesterday, and we therefore omit it < a our statement. The Stu te may be set down, in round num trrf. at 2 00" to 3 0()0 for Taylor. >lrglnla, 1848 1844. Taylor. Cat$ Clay. Polk. Richmond city 7'J3 maj. ? 664 ? Alexandria county.. 3)0 " ? ? ? I Wheeling cUy 325 " ? ? ? Henrico C. H 217 ? ? ? ? Petersburg 60 " ? 40 ? Harper's Kerry, Jefferson county.... 200 " 217 ? ? I Fairfax county. . .. lflo " ? 19 ? I Chesterfield ? 204 ? 2C8 Berkeley 58 ? 124 ? 2.08(1 421 421 1 Tatlr.f'fl mtl cn far 1 AJFt DelawHrc. 1848. 1844. I Coiintitt. Tnyler. Cm. City Polk. Newcaatls 37S mgj. ? 163 ? | Kent 119 " ? 167 ? | Sue*** 3(H) " ? ? 8 I Taylor'* maj. in t he State 817 320 Cluy'a itiaj. In 1844 312 One township in Kpht County tolia heard from. Connecticut. President, 1848. (,\>v .T/?/ , '48. Taylnr. Can. P. IVhf. Or in. N llmpn (17 town*) 4.SP8 8.063 74* 4.696 3,574 Hartford 6 004 6 347 799 6 004 6 384 Middlesex 2 130 2.165 3.S0 2.17<? 2:XJ8 Tolland 1 606 1,598 191 1 !?4 1 707 Wlndbam 2 008 2 047 735 2 363 2 687 Nrw London 4137 3 434 ft?6 3 787 3,724 Litcbfli-ld 3,2 8 3,0o8 7">2 4 2.'8 4,006 KktrQcld (3 town*).. 1,400 780 07 1.354 778 35.209 22,043 4 307 20.190 21 150 24 168 2J011 2,340 Taylor ovar Cmi 3,160 To bj hrird from?6 toarna In N? ? Haven rounty, I in w ir.'iimm. a in i,ucn:i?i(i, ana J ' in MtriHia ountlcl?In all 20 town*. They will U'it ri'duja Taylor ? majority b?low2f>00. lllioflc Inland. Novkmakh, IMS. () irMioR, 1847. Cnnntin. Tuytur. Cant. V. H. H'Hif. Dun Sril. rrcridvncft u,.">;?7 2.512 .".07 .'t.sus U,9s.1 4 I t Wapbtugton . . .. 747 450 149 842 fi?!> 2.'!? Kent 6IN) 008 62 7 in 2*0 ;*7 Totalthre?Co'?. .4.674 3.270 598 ft 450 3.812 712 3,270 3.813 Taylor plurality 1.704 l.MI (" OS 712 Taj lcf majority l.lofl p;i2 Two count!**. Newport ami Bristol, to hear from Tht-y votcdin 1S47 as follow* : ? Whig. Drm. Sra'. Newport 1.068 i'.Jrt M Bristol 414 178 3 1.477 ' 624 46 6<J? TV Llg majority. .* 908 IER A , 1848. XlMMllnHttl. Tb? follow nit Is th? vote In aomo of the prlneipn oitiM and town* Ttylar. Can. Fan Burtn. Bwton 8,43') :i.ool 1,901 fcnltat l.?76 ;;?8 5.17 Lowoll 1.940 H70 1,007 ivawnuryporc 711 ;i77 70 W?re*rtvr 440 j ,3.15 ft ar log field 1,802 1,066 010 Northampton 807 90 980 KlUihburf 232 174 405 Lyon 680 728 8'.?5 Gloucester 436 194 127 A mbrrnt 292 63 171 New Bedford 1,111 437 017 Taun'ou 760 208 448 Plymouth 284 332 3(Vt Qui uny 26?i 212 1U9 Fall Rieer 700 186 336 nttudeld 890 283 104 Tb? following return* from th? Boeton Jitlat, 00mprWe nearly the full vot? of the State, about 30 towaa only to ha heard from:? BJICAPITULATIOIf. C-mtir* Tuylnr. Can. Van Burin. Suffolk 8 906 8,177 2 137 Km**, 2m town" 8 6?S 4,7.ri8 4 873 Dyoiuutb, 18 town*.. 2 98,ri 1,700 2 811 lUnipxbire.complete. 3 065 1 070 1,800 Hampden compete.. 8,334 3,031 1,280 Franklin, complete. . '2.13;; 1.642 1,040 Berkshire, 19 town*. 2 283 1.36V 906 Middlesex. complete. 9 942 0 968 6,846 Worc*pter, complete. 0,008 6.113 8 0.M) Norlolk, complete... 4.74(1 2 44it .'1,002 BrIUol. complete... 4 841 2,171 2,82<1 Uaruetable, 1 town.. 260 94 118 Total 67,100 33 420 30,708 Tailor o?er (.'ami. .SI,000. Do. over Van lluren, 20.332. ANOTHER VIEW. Prtiidrni. 1848. Governor, 1840. Totrni and citiei. hit/lor Com. V. H. IVAitf. Don. Ab axil 1,1)75 3UH bC>7 l,lKi7 207 123 Darners 661 147 80S 4HI 9H 172 'jauntiiH 7i'U 218 418 630 S07 47 K (* liuiyp>rt 764 377 70 478 282 .18 New IlcUiord 1,111 438 618 1,132 630 22 I, u well 1,969 876 1,<W6 1,876 ?60 22H 6,!I20 2,4.31 3,292 8,407 2,280 631 Worcntfr city (.23 446 1,336 992 390 163 Bprinifi'ld 1,302 1,068 614 1,198 704 178 Oiftufltild- 169 177 41 186 177 20 WBitlWld 260 419 78 237 360 17 >oitl ami'ton !?>7 SK) 3f9 S75 100 129 Pitt? field 390 104 379 22H 00 Lc? ox *6 77 48 104 107 19 Cieat JjurrinRion.. 2Sf" K2 140 227 111 .'i7 .10347 fi,083 6,941 9,009 4,427 1,241 Taj lcr'o gain in the above towns 1,27* Cats'* do. do. ttf-j Van liuen'i do. do. 4.697 Vermont. A'?f. 7. lHta tfrpf. 184a PreiHent. Oooernor, Taylor. Co*i. V. Hureiu Whig. I)cm, F. S. St. Albang. . . 204 70 148 177 0<J 157 Burlington.... 693 255 102 435 267 l.r>0 Vrrgennvf. ... 239 40 71 122 80 07 Fanton 19 ? 13 87 7 0 Wall bam 10 7 7 25 13 15 *Frrr1tburgh.. Ill 0 68 111 0 68 Mid die bury.. . 312 07 127 262 43 124 Corn ?all .... 128 3 65 140 83 64 Wsjbiidge ... 48 6 07 45 ? 81 Orrvll 217 20 11 10 J 30 11 CMtlntoD 271 01 47 312 05 81 Rutland 34 1 60 03 321 40 118 Manchmer.. . jvsi txi ivu o<? no Drrurt 00 68 TO 110 OS 112 Bernington... 417 238 140 370 ION 247 Pownai 143 157 0 143 107 0 Westford.... 230 124 20 80 ? 140 Shon ham ... 223 20 13 170 17 0 Men don 68 20 25 64 10 21 Arlington ... 102 20 22 102 20 22 Biidgpcrt. . .. 184 25 15 139 18 21 Total 4,204 1.805 1.230 3,460 1,146 1.351 Taylor's gain since September 480 Cai-s'sgain do. 76 Van Buten's low do. 105 Wo ba*e no returns for September from theie tiro towns, and. therefore repeat the primt rote. Mnrylanrt. Taylor. Can. Clay. Polk. Baltimore eity.... ? 618 ? 473 Baltimireio ? 150 ? 416 Cecil ? 82 23 ? Frederick 176 ? 190 ? Hartord 200 ? 270 ? Washington 276 ? 78 ? 050 750 007 888 000 507 100 321 Whig gain 221. Teiuieaace. , 1848 , 1844 Taylor. Cuit. Chy. Polk. Davidson Co 208 gain. ? ? ? Memphis City 255 maj. ? 257 ? iviniiicKy. 184S , , 1S44 Taylor. Cait. Clay. I'olk. Fayette 700 m?j. ? 871 maj Mason 714 ? 80'J ? 1.414 1,960 Indiana. , 1848 , , 1S44 , Counties. Taylor. Can. Clay. Polk Floyd ? ]H7 ? 25 Vandrrburg 71 ? 110 ? JtflVrron 70 gala ? ? ? Bartholomew ? vSO ? 33 JobnMon .*? 438 ? 4:?l | Jnchnin ? 562 ? :;S3 Jenning ? 100 203 ? Seott 2 ? 40 ? 143 1.477 3?2 932 gain 764, In these night counties. Illinois. Tilijlitr. Can. Clay. Polk. Sangamon MM) m?j. ? 466 maj. ? Morgan 00 ? 22 6?0 488 The Result as far as Knowu, in Brief. The Electoral Vote of 1H1N, mo far n? known' <_oiii|iar<tl wllli that ol'lH-11. Il'%, I km. Tot'I EUc. Vote of 1M4. ft ate*. Taylor. Can. Vote. VI" y. Polk. Vila*... . 9 9 9 N. ilam[*hirt 6 0 ... 6 MoxarhaMK. .. 12 ... 12 12 Mhodt Island ... 4 ... 4 4 ... CouMcticot 0 ... 6 6 ... Venn out A ... 0 5 ... Maryland ri ... X H VirpnH ... 17 ... 17 NorthCarolin. a 11 ... 11 II New York 36 ... 'J6 ... 30 MwJmey 7 ... 7 7 ... P?Bbf)Waaia. ,. 20 ... 20 ... A Delaware 3 ... 3 9 ... S><,ulji Carolin a .., ... 9 ... 9 Georgia ... 10 ... 10 Kentucky 12 ... 12 12 ... Ter bt'uu ... 13 13 ... Ohio .23 23 ?1 Ijitliliftt b 15 I* Mi?uaippi ... ... fi ., A Iriliana ... 12 .. 12 lllinoif ... 9 ... 9 A abama ... !l ... 9 Miriouri ... 7 ... Arlaoma ... >1 ... 3 Mich kho i 0 ... ft Florid* ... n?w?tiit? Tfxii* ... 4 newatata Iowa ... 4 newrtat# Wlaconain ... 4 now ttata Total 131 43 390 K? 1711 IW Noccfjary to ? cboicf, H*i. Polk over Clay.<15 NAMKS OF CAHDIDATBS KMCCTED. NATIONAL OFFICERS. l'P KLSIHKUT. (irnrrnl Znthmy Taylor, of I>oiil4lnn?, VICE PKEMDENT, millnrtl I'lllmorr, of New York. Mtmbrri of Slut I'oiigrc**, MEW YORK. j Dittricl. ]. . .John A. King, whitf jraia. 2. . . Ua?ld A. Buk??, whig iy?jn. 3, . .J. I'hiiiips Ibicnix. whig gain. 4,. . Walter Und< rhili. whig gain. ft. . .(Jeorge Brlggiw whig. 0. . .James Brooke. whig rain . . Uoruca (?reei*y, whig, gain V> llll racanrjr. 7. . .William Nwlaon, whig. N, . .K. Malloway. whig. |i. . .Thomas McHctfooh. whig, probably 10. . .Herman D. (Jou <l. whig. 11...R. Syl?e?ter. whig. I'J. . . Old*0B (> Reynold*, whig. 13. . .John L Schoolcraft, whig. It. . ,<i?org? H. A udr*w*. whig 16. . .J II Thnruan. whig, gain Irt. . .Hugh Whit*. whig. 17. . . H. r. AU.nndrr. whig. gala, probabl/. 1H. . . I'ruton King. fre? (Oil. II'. . .Chirltt* K Li?rk*. whig V...O 1) Mattlsoo. whig, guto. 21. . .Thcira* imlth, whl*. gain, J1.'. . .Henry Burnett, whig. gain. XI. . .William OtuT. whig. 21. . . Daniel liott, uhlg. SS. . .Harmon 8 Conger, whig. 20. . . W. T J??-k?on. whig, probably. 27. . . W. A. Saekett. whig. LD. : ) TWO CENTS. 28. . .A. M 8eh#r?erhorB?, whig. 2?. . . Bob't L Ron*, whig. JO. . . whig. 31. . . K KIFMJ, wmjf 33. . . E. O. Hpaniding. whig. 13. . . lltrftj Putnam, whig. 34. . . L. Burrows, whig. Whig gain, 10. MICHJOAW. 2... .William Sprague, whig gain. NEW JERSEY. Oitl. Namti. 1 A ml raw K Hay, whig. i William A. Nowall, whig. 3 l?aao Wlldrinh. democrat 4 'John Van Dyk?, whig. 6 Jaio?i O. King, whig. No rliuiK?. State Officer*. NKW YORK. Govkrnor Hamilton KUh. whig. Lilutknirt Governor...Gaorga W Pattarioa, whig, Cai?4L CoMMiiiioaca.. . . .Chariaa Cook, whig. State faiion IrmricTOR.. Alexander H. Wcllfl, whig, MRMIU.RS OF ASSEMBLY. ?iw VORK. Dill. Namtt. Put. Saw**. W I n J ., 1 J- A. Bootfhto?, whig, I... .Iph.B.UudionwKlf. 2. . E. W. rufi?. whig. 2 J am it* llo.cn, ? h>?. ,V . .j,Ab A. tiroM, wBi*. 8... .Hurry J. AH?o. d?ui, Whi?i 1 4... .Uforn? J. uorat , wnif. alba*v 4... S.U'.T. JICULD^.whig. , llirMD lUrtj't, dem. J... Ja?. ru?km?n. v.hU. 3 K ? ;hi 5::: < ' * ??-'? } fnrSsriO'II.... Robtrt B. ? oW whi*. ' n' * WIUfr J... T. B. Ttnp?n. free ?olf , _ V. 13... .Joteili B. Vaixom.whlg. * WeMel S. Saitb. Rob. 0. l>mp el, whig. whtch??ti?. II... .MermnK. Brewor wh.g. * Win. B. Robvrtaon, whir, l'i . Alien. Gi.kert, wb g. antniiK. Whlir 14 I DotMC. Baell,whig. Ilemicitt 1 2..... David . Moffat, whig. FtceS?il 1 3 ....lUuro* Uoyt, whig. li?w York County Oiflccrs Elected. Recohurr Kred?rlek A. Tallmadge, whig Kurhooh p. alex W Bradford, whig. Rkuiitkb Coroeihui V. Anderj -n, whig. Aspect or the Thirty-First Congress, as far as known. knatr. H'Mgl in Italici; Democrats in Human. Trim Trrm Haiihe. tipirri. A la n am a. Etfirn. Hannibal Hamlin Ir.'.l Demount |h63 -U1U Si w tl ixrlHIIlI. UlMIMirri. John r. Hal* 1H.V1 Jeflonwn Davia I?6I l n'fttam 11^ henry S. F<wte ........ lflM Vehmont. LoiMitii'i. Samuel 8. Fluty J?1 D"""' MS M I Ilia ml,*,I in ltM * lerre 8?iiI6 WW A( A HW ACIIUIIKTT#. A*HAF?AII. Daniel H ehttcr J8S1 Demotrat 18B3 John Davit Democrat 10? liHOIlI IiLAWD. Tl.VNK.Hl* Albert C. Orttnt W1 Be rk In i t. Turner 1881 John H. 11"-If I*43 Jo*n ,ul1^ 1HflJ connecticut. kbnti'ckt. Rover N. Ha Id win W1 & Underwood .. . 1U3 Truman timth 1M? NlwYokk. Ohio. Daniel 8. Dickinacn 18B1 Thom*t ( orw?, 1861 \\hi? 1*64 Uncertain 1W0 " fiiw JutHKV. Michioar. Win. I)aylon 1W1 Thoman ntiaerald 1891 Jacob W. Miller 1*53 AI|.U.u. F-l^i 18M PKNN?VI.VA!?IA. 1* UIAB*. Daniel Story?m 1?M Jeaae D. Bright Wn W hio, probably lfM D?motr?t ,t*? ltri.AWARE. 1W.ISMH*. John M. Chii/lon 1851 8 tephen A. Dou?la?? 1HM I'ltuhy Hprua.net Iei3 Democrat IBM MaHYI.AND. MlSOOtTRL Rrvtrdy hhnuon 1861 Thomas 0. Bunion 18M Jamct A. I'earet 1^45 Dumoorat 18(6 Virginia. Fi-oriija. Jamcc M. Maton 1W11 D?vt<l L. Ynlea 1861 Robert M. T. Hunter IftM H'Aiy 18t8 North Ciromxa. Trxad. Il'm P. Miiatjum 1M3 Thomas J. Kjnk 1851 IVAii/, inhatily Ib65 Saw Qouiton 1863 Bot'rH Carolina. Iowa. John C. Calhonn Uncertain 1881 Democrat U uoertaln V863 Georgia. Wiscoww*. Jnhii M. Berrien 1M3 Henry Dn4g? lt?l VV. C. Davnon 1?M UnetrtAin 1868 Total nnmW of Senators... * .. . fiO Whtga probably W Ixmocrati, jTobably ? IT i, it-ruin Yaianeiv* 1ft h o tf ik or sRriirii.iTtTtm. Whigs in Italic*; Natim in Small Capitalt; Dimtratl in Roman. Those marked F. 8. are free Soileri. Dint. Imjnoju. PrW?aVIyTA!?lA. 1?Wm. U. Binell. I-lrwu U. Lkviw. 2?John A. M> lemiind. 3?Jot. R. Chandler. 3? Thomas K. Yuont S?Hrury [J. Moor*. 4?John M'entwoita. 4?fJohn RobHlas, Jt. 6?Wm. A. Richanlaun. 6?John h'i 'tdley. t?Kduxird I). Maker. 6? Thou Rom. 7?'Thomas U Harris. 7 ?Jette C. Oirkey. Mimuurl h?Thaddeus Steven*. 1? James B. Bowliu 9? Wm. Strong. 2?Wm. V. N. Bay. 10-M. M. Dimmltk. 3?Jama S. Oicen. ll-(.Vahr Hutler. 4? Willsrd P. UalL 11?l>?vi.J Wtlinot F.S. ft?John 3. Ph'lps. 1\?Joseph Casey. Iowa. It? Charlei W.Pitman. 1? * Wm. Thompson. 1#?Henry Nee. 3? Bhsphcrd I.eriler. Iff?Jas. X. Mct/inahan. ankaknas. j7?Hamnet Culfiit. 1?Rckort W. Johnson. ]H?A. Jackson Ogle. Vkrhont. ID?Job U^nn l 1?Wm. Henry. 25?it R. R ed. 2?no crioice. Jl?,uoc#? 8? N?cho?*. 22?M^n W. Iloit*. f.H4?Noobolo*. 23? Thorn prom. Maiite. 24?AJfr?^ Gtlmore. 1?Elbrldjie (ietrf. Ohio. 3? Nathm irl & Littlofitld. 1?D?tM T. DlimeT. 3? Jo/in Otu. 1?I- O Campbell. F.9 4? Rujui K.doodtnout. 5? R, C. Hehenck. 6?I u.ln >sw**ll?. 4?Vink H. ( orioin. ft? < htrlca StKinon. ft-Binary 0. Potter. I 7?Tboi J. D. fuller. tt- Rodolphu* Dickirnotx. CroBi.tA. 7?J"i??tiiM? D. Marri* 1?Thomoi B. hmg. 8?JoAn L. Taylor. 3?M.J. Welborn. V?tdxrn B. Otda. 3 Alien T. Otncn. 10-|)0h?rl?t Swc?t*r. 4?B A. Hirilmg, II?John It. Millar, 6? 1h<Jin?? C. Bnckett. 12?Nntnuel ?. Vinttn. 6?flowrll Cobb. l.V-W. A. WhltUway. 7?Alex. H Stephen*. U?Mohan Eva'?. 8?Robert Toombt. Ifl- H'm F. Hunter. T. 5. Sovth I'irouxa. 16? Mom iloaglaad. 1? Dan irl W alkcc. 17?Joacph Cua't. 2? tJ. I* Orr. 18?Dnvld K. Curt**, ??J. A Woodward. 19? John C' outell. T. 8. 4?Air*, n. Sims. JU? Jot. R. liUUinf. T 8, ft?it rramtead Bart 21?Joteph it. Root. T. 8. 6?tlnao B. Uolm?a, MirHi<?A* 7?W. F Colcoek. 2? William Uprafue. flAIIDi, 1-S. C. C'a btlU NEW YORK. ] ? John A. Kino. IS?Pw?ton Kin*. F. R. '4?l>uvi*l A hoKCf. 1 9?Ch/trlc* K t larke. 3?7. VhiUtyn f'hernir. 2C-0. li. Slattit uI, 4? Walter Underhii/, 21?I homat Smith. f?(horye Hriffyn. 2l?l[rnry Hu'nrtt. C?J men Hroohn. 23 - Wil inm l)ucr. 7? WilUam S'elnoru 21-A/Wf/ injtt. 8?R HulltiUHiy. 1%?-ftirnu)n &. ( o.igtr, 9? Tbyrnnt Mrkiinock. 1ft?W. T. J tick* on. in r? iv a *j . 11?C It Syhctter. 2.1?A. U. Sthtrmerhom. J2?Gideon I) KrynnUi. 59? Hobt L. Rate.' ) '<?John I.. S<hooltcroft. 'HI?tl irvl Ruinicy. \i?(!enrpt K. Andreic*. 81?? KUUu. )6?J R. Thurmttn. 3??? Q. Sp i ui/iiMtf. H fiile. Ml? llarvty Putnam. 17 ? II P. Alci under. 31?L. Burrowi. NEW JERS*y. \?AndrticR liny. 4?Jo'n Vnn Di/ke. J? H'm. A Siutll. ft?Jamei U. Kity. S? Itaa<! Wlldrkk. Hil? seat Is to be c*T>t"*t*d by D&niol T. Miller, whig, tn eoorrqutneo ot the rtjectiun of the poll book of the tarwrllo I precinet. t Elected m Taylor noil; tl:ey are democrat* i J Tills reat i* to be coateete* hy John H Little, Jr., whig, en count of alltged I rand is the return* Croat Riohmuud *ad the district of IVnn. II 1 hi* teat i* to be oonte?tod hy Mr. Duncan (whig) Cor alleged fraud*. THE RKNT7.T IN KIOf'RKS. WMf. Dtm. H'Ai'v. D^wk. Illinois 1 t> 1 $ 1 Missouri ? # ? S i Arkomia ? 1 ? 1 low* ? 3 _ a Vermont 1 ? 1 Utiar 3 I | | > (mi) Ivsiua IS 9 17 7 Ohln 10 11 U M Florid* X ? 1 ? CprTK'a 4 I 4 14 Fiiutfi Carolina ? 7 ? 7 Ni* J?i?f i 1 4 t >'?w Voik 33 1 38 11 Total 71 W 4* ~40 fi 40 Whig majority tbusfar.... 19 3 Pollc? Intelligence. JlrrtM of Illegal 1'nlert ?A man by the naaae of Edward H. Tracey, was arrested on the day of election, en a charge of illegal voting in the Fourteenth ward; likewise Michael O'Brien wm arrested on the fame charge James llamblin was arrested for attempting to vote Illegally at th? poll of the second district in the Kiflh ward Lemuel Loekwood was ar i. ftKl K r ?u. rev ur* 10 Tct? ill?-K*"y in the Klarenth ward W. I.*? *a? arretted on a charge of ?o lag IIIfftslly in th? third and fourth district* of the Fourth mil .All mm were detained by the magiitrate Itr further bearing. Charge of Stealing a lltrte and ffufori ? Offlo?r Hit*, of the Tenth ward, arrepted, ye?terd*j, two men, railed Jamcl Adam* and iolia Moi:aKh?y on a oharga of r>tralt>jg a boric and wnarn from 8'epben llxnediot, 1 Id Ktaoton itrcet; aUo, tb'-yarw oharged with attalIr ft a hone and unnoa from .Khn U. Adaoia, of No. (Hi Vctt itimt. Slttlivg On e?al? ? A mtorlona thief ?alle4 Joh? Tike, alia t Sailor Ja. k. waj arwttod, yeaUrdny, by Captain .lohneon, of the K'uhtrooth ward on a County lUurr, corn?r of Third av?nn? and Twentrfourih itmt. belonging to th* boar-lor*; on of the ecat* thus rtol) d w?? found in th? po*w??lon of th* p?t?ci ?r. Inatlcc Mouutfort committed th? prlton?r f. r t>) !. Charge of Stalling ? \ Dutchman, by th.? nam* of Aii(iu?!us Klufc* wa* arr? *Wd, ycatcrday, by ?ttt-?r D*rilck. of the Vlwt want, on eharg* of ?t?bblotf Win Dunn ?!ih? kmfe Infliction * ?wcr* wonn4. Dunn won eon?c>?4 to th? elty hnrpttal ?n I K,?k? to tb? Tomb*, where I ? ?r?a committed by JnttU-* Lotbrop to await the r?> ult to the woun i"U in?a.

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