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GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED STATES.

(September 1st, 1844.)

EXECUTIVE--President and Cabinet : JOHN TYLER, of Virginia, President........

Salary $25,000 JOHN C. CALHOU N, ot south carolina. Secretary of State..........

6,000 GEU), M BIBB, of Knuckv, Secretary of the Treasury .........

6,0003 { WILLIAM WILKINS, of Pennsylvania, Secretary of War............

6,000 JOHN Y. MASON, of Virginia, Secretary of the Navy,................

6,000 JOHN NELSON, of Maryland, Attorney-General......

4,000 CHARLES A. WICKLIFFE, of Kentucky, Postmaster-General........ 6,0003

(There is now no Vice-President ; John Tyler was elected to that office, but succeeded to the Presidency on Sthe death of Gen. HARRISON, April 4th, 1841, just thirty days after the Inauguration of the latter. In case of the death or removal of Mr. Tyler, the Presidency next devolves on the President of the Senate, which station is now held by Hon. WILLIE P. MANGUM of North Carolina.)

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JUDICIARY--Supreme Court. ROGER B. TANEY, of Maryland, Chief Justice. Salary $5,000. JOSEPH STORY, of Mass., Assoc uste Justice. | JAMES M. Wayne, of Georgia, Associate Justice. of New York,

John M'KINLEY, of Alabama, John M'LEAN, of Ohio,

" WILLIAM CATRON, of Tennessee, of Pennsylvania,

PETER V. DANIEL, of Virginia (Salary of Associate Justices $4,500.)

Major-General of the Army--WINFIELD Scott, of New-Jersey.

XXVIIIth CONGRESS.
Assembled December 4, 1843: Expires March 3d, 1845.

SENATE.
Hon. WILLIE P. MANGUM, of North Carolina, President.
Members. Term expires. Members. Term expires. Members. Term expires.
MAINE.
DELAWARE.

TENNESSEE. George Evans.................1847 Richard H. Bayard...........1845 Ephraim H. Foster ...........1845) John Fairfield..................1845 Thomas Clayton ......... 1847 Spencer Jarnagin....... NEW-HAMPSHIRE.

MARYLAND.

KENTUCKY. Levi Woodbury... ...1847 William D. Merrick....

..1845 James T. Morehead... Charles G. Atherton......... 19 James Alfred Pearce...........

..1849 John J. Crittenden...
VERMONT.
VIRGINIA.

OHIO.
Samuel S. Phelps........... .1845 W liim C. Rires..........

...1845 Benjamin Tappan........ 1845 William Upham............... 1019 William

...... 1849] William S. Hrcher..

S. Archer............ 1847|William Allen.................
MASSACHUSETTS.
NORTH CAROLINA.

INDIANA.
Rufus Chonte......

Willie P. Mungum..

71 Albert S. White........

....1845 Isaac C. Bates.. ...... ..1847 William H. Haywood, Jr......1849 Edward A. Hannegan.......... 18403 RHODE ISLAND. SOUTH CAROLINA.

ILLINOIS. William Sprague........ .....1845 Daniel E. Huger................

1847|James Semple..........

.1847 James F. Simmons ............1847 George McDuffie...............1849 Sidney Breese.............. CONECTICUT.

GEORGIA.

MISSOURI. Jabez W. Huntington.........1845 John M. Berrien.............. 1847 Thomas H. Benton.... John M. Niles..................1849 Walter T. Colquitt...... ...1849 David R. Atcheson.... NEW-YORK.

ALABAMA.

ARKANSAS. Nathaniel P. Tallmadge......1845 Dixon ft. I ewis.. ...

.1847 (Vacancy.] Silas Wright....................10

-...1849) Arthur P. Bagby...............18491 Ambrose H. Sevier..........
NEW-JERSEY.
MISSISSIPPI.

MICHIGAN.
William L. Dayton...........1845 John Henderson............. 845) Augustus S. Porter.........
Jacob W. Miller...............1847 Robert J. W

18471 Robert J. Walker..............1847) William
alker.............

Woodbridge.......
PENNSYLVANIA.

LOUISIANA.
Daniel Sturgeon................

......1845| Alexander Barrow............. 1847 Whigs, in Italics....... James Buchanan...............1849 Henry Johnson.. .............1849)Locos, in Roman.......

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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

Hon. John W. JONES, of Virginia, Speaker.
MAINE.

SOUTH CAROLINA. 1 Joshua Herrick,

4 Freeman H. Morse, 11 James A. Black, 4 *John Campbell, † 2 Robert P. Dunlap, 5 (no choice yet.)

2 Richard F. Simpson,t 5 Artemus Burt, ! 3 Luther Severance, 6 Hannibal Hamlin, 3 Joseph A. Woodward,+ 6 *Isaac E. Holmes, t 7 Shepard (aiey.

7 *R. Barnwell Rhett.f NEW-HAMPSHIRE.-- (General Ticket.)

GEORGIA.- (General Ticket.] *Edmund Burke, Moses Norris, Jr.

*Edward J. Black,t. Hugh A. Haralson, John P. Hale. *John R. Reding.

Absalom M. Chappell,a Joseph H. Lumpkin,

Duncan L. Clinch,
VERMONT.

Alerander H. Stephens, 3 George P. Marsh,

Howell Cobb, 1 Solomon Foot,

William H. Stiles. I 2 Jacob Collamer, 4 Paul Dillingham, J

ALABAMA. 1 James Dellet,

4 *Winter W. Payne,t MASSACHUSETTS.

2 James E. Belser, t 5 *George S. Houston, 1 * Robert C. Winthrop, 6 Osmyn Baker,

3 William L. Y ncey, 6 *Reuben Chapman, 2 Daniel P. King, 7 Julius W. Rockwell,

7 Felix G. McConnell. 3 Amos Abbott, 8 * John Quincy Adams,

MISSISSIPPI.—[General Ticket.]. 4 *William Parmenter, 9 Henry Williams,

*Jacob Thompson,

Robert W. Roberts, 5 *Charles Hudson, 10 Joseph Grinnell.

William J. Hammet, Tilghman M. Tucker. RHODE ISLAND.

LOUISIANA. 1 Henry Y. Cranston, 2 Elisha R. Potter.

1 John Slidell,

3 *John B. Dawson, CONNECTICUT..

2 Alcee Labranche, 4 Pierre E. Bossier. 1 Thomas H. Seymour, 3 George H. Catlin,

HIO. 2 John Stewart, 4 Samuel Simons.

1 Alexander Duncan, 11 Jacob Brinkerhoff, NEW-YORK.

2 *John B. Weller, 12 Samuel F. Vinton, 1 Selah B. Strong, 18 Preston King.

3 Robert C. Schenck, 13 Perley B. Johnson, 2 Henry C. Murphy, t 19 Orville Hungerford,

4 Joseph Vance,

14 Alexander Harper, 3 J. Phillips Phænir, 20 [Vara: cy.)

5 Emery D. Potter, 15 Joseph Morris, 4 William B. Maclay, 21 Jeremiah E. Carey,

6 Henry St. John,

16 *James Mathews, 5 Moses G. Leonard, 22 Smith M. Purdy,

7 Joseph J. McDowell, 17 William C. McCauslen, 36 Hamilton Fish, 23 Orville Robinson,

18 John I. Van Metre, 18 *Ezra Dean, 7 Joseph H. Anderson, 24 Horace Whenton,

9 Elias Florence,

19 Daniel R. Tilden, 8 *Richard D. Davis, 25 George Rathbun, 10 Hernan A. Moore, 20 * Joshua R. Giddings, 39 *James G. Clinton, t. 26 Amasa Dana,

21 (Vac n'y.) 10 Jeremiah Russell, 27 Byram Green,

KENTUCKY. 811 Zadock Pratt, 28 Thomas J. Patterson 1 *Linn Boyd,

6 * John White, 12 David L. Seymour, 29 Charles H. Carroll, 2 * Willis Green,

7 William P. Thomasson, 3 13 * Daniel D. Barnard, 30 William S. Hubbell, 3 Henry Grider,

8 * Garret Davis, 314 Charles Rogers, 31 Asher Tyler,

4 George A. Caldwell, 9 Richard French, 15 Lemuel Stetson, 32 William A. Moseley,

5 James Stone,

10 Joseph W. Tibbatts. 16 Cheselden Ellis,

33 Albert Smith, 317 Charles S. Benton, 34 Washington Hunt.

TENNESSEE.

1 Andrew Johnson, 6 * Aaron V. Brown, NEW-JERSEY.

2 William T. Senter, 7 David W. Dickinson, 1 Lucius Q. C. Elmer, 3 Isaac G. Farlee,

3 Julius W. Blackwell, 8 Joseph H. Peyton, 2 George Sykes, 4 Littleton Kirkpatrick, 4 Alvan Cullom,

9 *Cave Johnson, 5 William Wright.

5 George W. Jones, 10 John B. Ashe, PENNSYLVANIA.

11'* Milton Brown. 1 Edward J. Morris, 13 Jam-s Pollock, 32 * Joseph R. Ingersoll, 14 Alerander Ramsey, 1 Robert Dale Owen, 6 John W. Davis, 3 John T. Smith, 15 Henry Ncs.

2 Thomas J. Henley, 7 Joseph A. Wright, 4 *Charles J. Ingersoll, 16 James Black,

3 Thomas Smith,

8 John Pettit, 5 Jacob S. Yost, 17 * James Irrin,

4 Caleb B. Smith,

9 Samuel C. Sample, 36 Michael H. Jenks, 18 Andrew Stewart, 5 William J. Brown, 10 * Andrew Kennedy. 7 Abraham R. McIlvaine,19 Henry D. Foster,

ILLINOIS. 8 * Jeremiah Browon, 20 John Dickey, 9 John Ritter, 21 Cornelius Darragh,

1 Robert Smith,

4 John Wentworth, 310 Richard Brodhead, Jr. 22 Samuel Hays,

2 John A. McClernand, 5 Stephen A. Douglass, 11 *Benjamin A. Bidlack, 23 Charles M. Reed,

3 Orlando B. Ficklin, 6 Joseph P. Hoge, 3 12 (Vacancy.) 24 Joseph Buffington.

7 John J. Hardin. DELAWARE.

MISSOURI.-(General Ticket.)
*George B. Rodney.

Gustavus M. Bower, James M. Hughes,
James B. Bowlin,

John Jameson,
MARYLAND.

James H. Relfe.
3 1 John M. S. Causen, 4 *John P. Kennedy,
2 Francis Brengle, 5 Jacob A. Preston

ARKANSAS. 3 John Wethered, 6 Thomas A. Spence.

*Edward A. Cross. VIRGINIA.

MICHIGAN. 1 Archibald Atkinson, 8 Willoughby Newton, i Robert McClelland, 2 Lucius Lyon, 32 George C. Dromgoole, 9 Samuel Chilton,

3 James B. Hunt. 3 *Walter Coles, 10 William Lucas,

Territories : 4 *Edmund W. Hubard, 11 William Taylor,

FLORIDA.... David Levy. 5 * William L. Goggin, 12 Augustus A. Chapman, 6 *John W. Jones, # 13 *George W. Hopkins,

WISCONSIN....Henry Dodge. 7 Thomas H. Boy y. 14 *George W. Summers,

IOWA....TAugustus C. Dodge. 15 *Lewis Steenrod.

I a Elected as a Whig.but now supports Polk and DalNORTH CAROLINĄ.

las because of their opposition to The Tariff

* Members of the last House. Said to be Calhoun 1 Thomas L. Clingman, 5 *Romulus M.Saunders.tl

men. 1 Contested by Whigs. Daniel M. Barringer, 6 *James J. McKay. 3 David S. Reid, ' *John R. J. Daniel, Whigs in Italics, 80--the residue (129) Loco-Focos4 * Edmund Deberry, 8 * Arch'd H. Arrington, t6 vacancies. bln place of Dixon H. Lewis, now U.S. 9* Kenneth Rayner.

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Loco. Whig. Native. Whole Franklin ......
Swards Coddington. Franklin. Harper. Number: Fulton .........
I...... 872 267 912......205

Genesee....
II...... 449 223 703......1374
III...... 589 393 1298......2282

Jefferson ......

13... IV......1608 152 1007......2768

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Kings ......... V......1014

1367.....,27872 406

Lewis ......... VI......1594 180 1 722......2496

Livingston ... VII......1377 419 2045 .....3774

4 Madison ...... VIII......1590 548 2222......4361

Monroe .......

7.... IX......1516 406 2485......4412 X......1275 399

Montgomery. 1747......3421

Niagara ....... 8 XI......1314 186 1556......30681

2 Oneida ....... 9

17...... XII...... 638 44 558......1230

"Onondaga .... 9 Xlll......1269 260 1610......3139

, Ontario ....... XIV.......1519 253 1076......2849

Orange ....... XV...... 613 397 1633......2677

SO leans ....... XVI......1928 458 1615......3982

Oswego XVII.......1365 276 1944......3586

Otsego ....... Cotal,... 20,558 5,297 24,500... 50,373 Putnam.

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over Franklin, 19 203. Maj. of the whole Rensselaer ....11
ugainst Harper, 1,353. Hurper and Frank. Richmond .... 3
lia over Coddington, 9,257.

St. Lawrence. 7
Saratoga .......11

Schenectady. 6
NEW-YORK TOWN ELECTIONS. Schoharie .... 3
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1843., Steuben.......14 Counties.

8 Suffolk ....... Albany .......10

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15 sullivan ....... 4 3 Allegany......16 Broome ....... 9

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12 Tompkins .... $Cattaraugus .17

Ulster ......... 8 Cayuga ....... 9

Warren ....... 4 Chautauque .18

Washington.. 12 Chemuog .... 3 (1 tie) 6.

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8 Westchester.. 10 11.......... 7 Columbia .... 7

12 Wyoming ....10 3......... 6 Cortland ...... 6

8 Yates .......... 4 4......... 2 Delaware..... 8

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PRESIDENT, 1840. Whig.

Loco. Abl. Whig. Loco. Counties, Baldwin.* Cleveland. Gillette. Bald. Cleve. Gil. Harrison. V. Buren S Fairfie d .........4805 4400 141......4146 4037 124......487138623 Hartiord .........6006 5356

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5188 5239 290.. .6216 4496 Litchfield ......+4398 4281 384......38110 40180 293......4542 38063 Middlesex.......2124 2282 145......2017 - 2294 183......2276

2275 New. Haven ....5065 4650 229......4469 4307 206......5100 4012 New London ....3539 3564 254......2632 3 343 235......3815 31483 3 Tolland .........1860 1893 111........1641 1832 99......1991 15093 ş Windham .......2296 2420 425......1698 2284 442......2790 2188

Total....... 30,093 28,846 7,971... 25,591 27.416 1,872... 31,601 25,2963 Baldwin's maj. over Cleveland, 1 247; Cleve, ov. Bald. 1,872; Harr. ov. V. B. 6 305.5 $ * Elected by the Legislature. † 230 votes returned for Roger Baldwin instead of Roger S. Baldwin.

. LEGISLATURE-1844. SENATE

SENATE. HOUSE. HOUSE, No Counties. Whig. Loco. Whig. Loco. choice Counties. Whig. Loco. Whig. Loco. choice

0.... 20 1 4 § Hartford .......3

A New.London .2 1.... 12 1 6. Fairfield .......3 0......15

Tolland ..........1 1...... 6 10......4 Litchfield .......2 1.......17 9......7/Windham ......1 1......

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New Haven ...2 1......13 8......6 Whig majority in Senate, 9; House, 18;
Š The House last year stood—Whig 75, Loco 113, 28 no choice ; Senate, 16 Loco
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.206 337.. .....176 313... .182 204 Bildwin ..................360

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.593 Butts.......................253 371............207 396.......... Camden ...............

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166 3 Campbell................. .253 469.. 157 532

.163 Carroll.....................

516.. 300 562............276 3 Cass....................... .657 836..

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793............561 Chatham................ 738 672........ .608 567............590 Chattooga ..............

317 262... .129 263............186 Cherokee................

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369 Clark .................

509 318... .500 Cobb ..... 618 670.

436 753.... .428 Columbia 336

470 2233 Coweta 637... .661

768 Crawford. 403

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163 Decatur.

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253. .432 203 De Kalb ........

648.. 568 775.... .665 7593 ŞDooley........... 409. 178 406.

2963 Early............ 110

.194 328.. .258 2933 Effingham ............ .162 82.

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1843 GEORGIA CONTINUED. Counties.

Whig. 184. Loch. Whig. 1811, Loco. Hart. 1840. V. 3 Floyd.... .392 348... .....241 404.

.275 Forsyth ..396 600.. .....313 561.

.348 Franklin

323 884. .302 879. .353 Gilmer.. 267 345. .110

127 Glynn .........

14 Greene......... 719 122.

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126 Gwinnett ........... 709 604. .671

.745 624 3 Habersham ............ 402 658.

740............290 7612 Hall....................**

450 499. .362 570............445 5043 Hancock..................412 272. .400 320.............481 240 SHarris ..................... 735 343. .790

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292 Heard .....................300 358. .290 413

315 3523 3 Henry ..................... 778 769. .834 906. .931 7933 Houston .................

563. ..599 705.. .667 572 Irwin.............

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503. .474 504.. .495 4953 Jefferson .............

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90. ..428 120.............458 3 Jones ...........

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452 493............461 $ Laurens ........... .547

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.286 170.... .270

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.128 92.... ..132 128. .144 Lincoln .....

.287 181..... .240 159. .317 1233 Lowndes.....

.312 317.... .319 355. .422 903 Lumpkin.... ..626 891. .321 781.

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255. .348 333. 369 3033 Madison ... 308. .306 368.

286 Marion

425 349. .375 299. 404 193 McIntosh ....... 129 125.

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702 Ś Monroe ................. 745 690.. .742

.796 675 Montgomery ............

.200 Morgan .................. 414 349.

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2803 Murray ...................337 495.

456. ..273 4523 Muscogee ................908 932. .836 878. 1044 8112 Newton ..................

.785 414. .793 497. .988 3Oglethorpe ................602 178.. .584 150. ..654 1273 Paulding ..................224 312. .222 292. .227 207 Pike........ 562. .558

624 Pulaski .....................238 315. .123

..241 2753 Putnam.................. ...418 317.. ..420

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.509 5195 Richmond .............. ..766

..726 372.........

407? Scriven ...................228

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882 Sumter ..... 397... .396

1768 Talbot.. 864 791.. .828

912 3 Taliaferro ... 404 .410

431 ŠTattnal. .207

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