. By the official returns, Cleavland lacks juat 97 votes of an eleciion. Thc.electioii of Governor how devolves on the Legislature and he, of conrse, will be cliosen. Seymor's majoriiy for Congress in the lat District is DG; Stewarts' in the Second, 77; Catlin's in the Third, 1,250; Simons in the Fonrth, 113; all Democratie. The seeond trinl in 16 towns wlioit t ere wasno cboice,rsulted vcry mucb Ã¼kethe firet. TheLe me Jtands Democratie ie to o, and the House 100 to 74. In 1840 the whig mojority, in Hartford co. was 1,500, thisyear the Democratie mnjority is 30. The wliiga feel extremely mortified at ihis ndditional result in their downward progress, and, os usual, attribote it all to the nanghty abolition'sts. The Hartford Courant 'corifidentiy hopes fhat the result of this elcction will open their eyes, and Icad them to a more correct and patriolic conree in fu ture." If this is all the prospect Mr. Clay hos for carrying Connecticut, he will bc very certain to lose it. The Liberty vote is stated to be upwards of 2,000.