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BOSTON;

NEW YORK CITY; BALTIMORE; CHARLESTON;
New England,

Connecticut,

Delaware,

North Carolina,
New-York State,

New Jersey,

Maryland, Tennessee,
Michigan,
Pennsylvania, Virginia,

Georgia, Alabama,
Wisconsin, and Ohio, Indiana, and Kentucky, and Mississippi,
Iowa.

Illinois.

Missouri.

Louisiana, and Texas. Sun Sun Moon H.1. Sun Sun Moon | H.w.Sun Sun Moon Sun Sun Moon H.W. ris's sets

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3 496 05 38 8 50 1 525 59 5 39 8 54 11 485 595 39 8 5815 56 5 42 9 11 10 24
Tu 4 12 16 15 36 9 33 2 24116 0 5 37 9 38 morn 5 595 38 9 415 57 5 40 9 5610 56

4 356 2 5 34 10 21 2 56116 15 35 10 25 0 2016 05 36 10 29115 58 5 39 10 41 11 36
Th 4 58116 3 5 38 11 13 3 3616 25 3+11 18 1 016 15 35 11 2215 58 5 38 11 36 morn
Fr 5 21|6 4 5 31 morn 4 2516 3 5 32 morn 1 49 16 2 5 33 morn 5 595 37 morn 0 25
Sa 5 4116 5 5 29 011 5 3016 45 30 0 16 2 546 315 31 0 19116 05 35 0 32

1 30
A 6 76 7 5 28

6 56 16 5 5 29 1 17 4 2016 45 30 1 2016 05 34 1 30 2 56 M 6 30116 8 5 26 2 19 8 146 7 5 27 2 22 5 386 5 5 28 2 24116 15 33 2 32 4 14 10 Tu 6 53116 95 24 3 27 9 2116 8 5 26 3 29 6 4016 6 5 27 3 3116 25 32 3 36 5 21

W 7 15116 10 5 23 4 3910 96 95 24 4 40 7 336 75 25 4 40116 3 5 30 4 42 6 9 12 Th 7 38116 115 21 rises 10 531|6 10 5 22 rises 81716 85 24 rises 6 3 5 29 rises 6 53

Fr 8 O116 125 19 6 23 11 32 16 11 5 21 6 26 8 56116 9 5 22 6 28 16 45 28 6 36 7 32 14 Sa 8 231|6 145 18 7 7 ev. 1516 12 5 19 7 11 9 391|6 10 5 21 7 146 55 27 7 25 8 15 8 45116 15 5 16 7 56 1 06 135 18 8 0 10 24 6 12 5 19 8 4116 6 5 25 8 17

90 16 M 9716 16 5 15 8 50 1 41116 11 5 16 8 55 11 81|6 135 18 8 596 65 24 9 13

9 14 17|Tu 9 2916 175 13 9 48 2 311|6 155 15 9 52 11 556 14 5 16 9 5616 7 5 23 10 11 10 31

9 51 16 18 5 11 10 48 3 1816 16 5 13 10 53 ev. 426 15 15 15 10 576 8 15 22 11 10 11 18
19TU 10 196 195 1011 51 4 1516 175 12 11 55 1 39 16 16.5 14 11 58 16 9 5 21 morn ev. 15
20 Fr 10 311|6 21 5 8 morn 5 241|6 195 10 inorn 248116 175 12 morn 16 10 5 20 09 1 24
21 Sa 10 536 22 5 7 0 52 6 47 16 20 5 9 0 56 4 116 18 5 11 0 5816 1015 19 18 2 47

A11 1716 23 5 5 1 51 8 916 215 8 1 56 5 33116 1915 9 1 58116 115 17 2 4 4 9
M 11 386 245 4 2 54 9 156 22 5 6 2 55 6 39 16 20 5 8 2 566 125 16 3 0 5 15
Tu 11 596 26 5 2 3 53 10 4116 23 5 5 3 54 7 28 16 21 5 7 3 54 6 13 5 15 3 55 6 4

12 19116 275 1 4 51 10 45116 21 5 3 4 51 8 9 16 22 5 5 4 51|6 14 5 14 4 49 6 45
Th 12 40116 28 4 59 sets 11 1916 255 2 sets

8 436 23 5 4 sets 16 14 5 13 sets 7 19 27 Fr 13 06 29 4 58 5 36 11 526 27 5 1 5 10 9 16116 245 3 5 42116 15 5 12 5 51 7 52 28 Sa 13 2016 31 4 57 6 10 morn 16 28 4 59

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THE MOON'S PLACE:
Oct. 1, 27, 28. 2,3, 29, 30, 31. 4,5,6. 7,8. 9, 10. 11, 12 13, 14. 15, 16. 17, 18. 19, 20, 21. 22, 23. 24, 25, 26.
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H. M. 333D3) Day of Week.

Baltimore, 1 21 morn. 9 39 even.

H. M.

Neo-York.
first Quarter ... 5 9 17 morn. 9 5 morn. 8 54 morn.

Boston.
Full Moon ......12 11 12 morn. 11 0 morn. 10 49 morn.

D. H. M.
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New Moon......26 10 2 even 9 50 even.
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THE LEARNED ELEPHANT.-" That's a werry And left their thought untold;

knowin' hanimal of yours," said a cockney genAnd many live, and are ranked as mad, tleman to the keeper of an elephant. “Very,"

And placed in the cold world's ban, was the cool rejoinder. "He performs strange For sending their bright, far-seeing souls tricks and hantics, does he?" inquired the cockThree centuries in the van.

ney, eyeing the animal through his glass. “SurThey toil in penury and grief,

prising,” retorted the keeper; “we've learned Unknown, if not maligned ;

him to put money in that box you see up there. Forlorn, forlorn, bearing the scorn

Try him with a crown." The cockney handed
Of the meanest of mankind.

the elephant a crown piece, and sure enough, he But yet the world goes round and round, took it in his trunk and placed it in a box, high And the genial seasons run,

out of reach. “Well, that is werry hextraordiAnd ever the truth comes uppermost,

nary-hastonishing, truly !" said the green one, And ever is justice done.

opening his eyes.

“Now let's see him take it out

and hand it back." "We never learns him that TAKING IT COOLLY.- The battle-ground of Bla- trick," retorted the keeper, with a roguish leer; densburgh, near Washington City, whence a nu- and he turned away to stir up the monkeys and merous array of Virginia and Maryland Militia punch the hyenas. ran away, without firing a shot, from a smaller British force intent on the burning of the Capital,

WIVES.-Women should be acquainted that no is not a favorite resort for Americans, but foreign beauty has any charms but the inward one of the ers sometimes visit it, and a lazy, lank, lop-sided is much more engaging than that of their person ;

mind; and that a gracefulness in their manners Marylander, who did n't fight in the battle because

and that modesty and meekness are the true and he ran off like the rest, picks up a trifle now and then by acting as a guide and topographer. A tied as she ought to be for the management of a

lasting ornaments; for she that has these is qualiBritish officer, who was his customer some time family, for the education of children, for the affecsince, could not repress his surprise that a large tion of her husband, and submitting to a prudent force so strongly posted should have run away

These only are the charms that from one smaller and far more exposed, and he way of living. at length inquired of his guide—“How could your title to our respect.

render wives amiable, and give them the best people have run away, with such odds in their favor ?" "Well," said the guide, touched in a Chesterfield, having been informed by his tender point by the bluntness of the question, and physician that he was dying by inches, “thanked turning his quid as he scratched his head, “ some heaven he was not so tall by a foot as Sir Thomas how or 'nother, they did n't seem to take no interest." Robinson.”

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NEW YORK CITY; BALTIMORE; CHARLESTON; New England,

Connecticut,

Delaware,

North Carolina,
New York State, New Jersey,

Maryland, Tennessee,
Michigan,

Pennsylvania,

Virginia,

Georgia, Alabama, Wisconsin, and Ohio, Indiana, and Kentucky, and Mississippi, lowa.

Illinois.

Missouri.

Louisiana, and Texas. Sun Moon H.w.Sun Sun Moon H. u. Sun Sun Moon Sun Sun Moon H.u. ris's sets

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Sa 15 366 394 12 0 3 56 36 + 51 morn I 1916 33 4 54 morn 6 22 5 5 morn morn 5 A 15 5:16 414 46 inorn 4 54 6 374 50 04 2 1816 35 4 52 0 616 035 4 0 161 0 54

M 16 11614 45 1 6 6 13 16 394 49 18 3 37 16 36 4 51 1 10 6 24 5 3 1 16 2 13
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3 26 21 Tu 20 417 1431 2 45 8 356 56 14 36 2 15 5 59 10 53 4 39 2 43116 384 54 2 44 22W 20 17|17 2 4 30

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We wrapt her in her snow-white shroud,

And crossed, with sadly tender care,
Her little hands upon her breast,

And smoothed her sunny hair.
We kissed her cheek, and kissed her brow,

And if aright we read the smile
That lingered on the dear one's lips,
It told of heaven the while !

W. H. BURLEIGH.

OUR BESSIE.
OUR Bessie was as sweet a girl

As ever happy mother kissed,
And when our Father called her home,

How sadly was she missed !
For, grave or gay, or well or ill,

She had her thousand winning ways,
And mingled youthful innocence

With all her tasks and plays.
How softly beamed her happy smile,

Which played around the sweetest mouth
That ever fashioned intrant words ;

The sunshine of the South, Mellowed and soft, was in her eye,

And brightened through her golden hair ;
And all that lived and loved, I ween,

Did her aftection share.
With reverent voice she breathed her prayer,

With gentlest tones she sung her hymn;
And when she talked of heaven, our eyes

With tears of joy were dim. Yet in our selfish grief we wept

When last her lips upon us smiled ;
Oh ! could we, when our Father called,

Detain the happy child ?
Our home is poor, and cold our clime,

And misery mingles with our mirth; 'T was meet our Bessie should depart

From such a weary earth.
Oh! she is safe-no cloud can dim

The brightness of her ransomed soul;
Nor trials vex, nor tempter lure

Her spirit from its goal.

Folks don't go to bed now-a-days-they retire. Nobody eats dinner-people take refresh: ments. Nobody goes to church-but people attend divine service. There is no Sunday-it is Sabbath. No one gets his tooth pulled-it is ex tracted. Instead of drinking tea and coffee, the fashionable only sip a little. No one tears kis pantaloons, but it is no rare ihing for him to lacer. ate them. The ladies don't go visiting-thes only make calls. Young men don't go courtingthey only step in to spend the evening.

INTELLIGENT FREEMEN.-During the canvass of '44, from a certain newspaper office in Connecticut projected a tlag, inscribed "Polk, Dallas, Ore. gon and Texas." Two men viewing it one day one ejaculated, “They will get my vote." " And mine, too," was the reply; "they are four as likely men as there are in the United States."

DESCRIBING BY CONTRARIES.—Mr. Simpson you've been at Washington often, and must have seen Cave Johnson-what sort of a man is he?" ** Why, you 've heard of the Mammoth Care have n't you ?” “Yes." “Well, that is n't him"

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2 13

Sun on Mer. D. H. M. S. 1 11 49 29

9 11 52 51

1711 56 39 Charleston.

even.
24 morni.
5 53 mern.

H.M
Baltimore,
2 59 even.
6 37 morn.
6 6 morn.

H. M. New York. 3 10 even.

6 48 mom. New Moon...... 2511 38 morn. 11 26 morn. 11 15 morn. 112 morn:ll 25 eu, 0 39

H. M. Boston.

7 0 morn.

D. H. M.
Third Quarter...17 6 29 morn. 6 17 morn.

First Quarter ... 8 3 22 even
MOON'S PHASES.
Full Moon 10

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BOSTON;

NEW YORK CITY; BALTIMORE; CHARLESTON;
New-England,

Connecticut,

Delaware, North Carolina,
New York State, New Jersey,

Maryland, Tennessee,
Michigan,

Pennsylvania,

Virginia,

Georgia, Alabama,
Wisconsin, and Ohio, Indiana, and Kentucky, and Mississippi,
Iowa.

Illinois.

Missouri.

Louisiana, and Texas. Sun Sun Moon H.w.Sun Sun Moon H.w.Sun Sun Moon Sun Sun Moon H,w. ris's sets sets Bost.rig's sets sets N. Y. Iris's sets sets ris's sets sets Ch?n.

h.m.h.m. h. m. h. m.h.m. h.m. h. m. h. m.h.m. u.m. h. m.h.m. b.m. h. m. h. m. 21 5617 12 1 26 9 50 2 1217 7 4 31 9 54 morn17 4 4 35 9 56116 47 4 52 10 7 10 51 20 417 14 4 26 10 52 2 517 8 4 31 10 55 0 1517 5 4 35 10 571|6 48 4 52 11 5 11 35 22 127 154 26 11 57 3 357 94 11 59 0 5917 6 1 35 12 0 16 48 4 52 morn morn

22 20 7 16 4 26 morn 4 277 10 4 31 morn 1 517 6 4 35 morn649 4 52 05 0 27 Tu 22 2017 17 4 25 1 4 5 297 11 4 31 1 5 2 53 |7 74 35 1 516 504 52 1 7 1 29 W 22 35 7 18 4 25 6 457 12 4 30 2 13 4 917 8 4 35 2 13116 514 52

2 11 2 45 Tb 22 427 19 4 25 3 24 7 5517 134 30 3 23 5 1917 94 34 3 2216 524 52 3 17 3 50

Fr 2.2 1817 19 4 25 4 38 9 2117 14 4 30 4 35 6 267 10 4 34 4 341|6 524 52 4 25 5. 9 Sa 22 547 204 25 5 51 9 5817 154 30 5 48 7 22117 11 4 35 5 45 16 534 52 5 34 5 58 A 22 597 21 4 25 rises 10 47/17 164 31

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8 11 17 12 4 35 rises 16 54 4 53 rises 6 47 M 23 47 22 4 25 6 13 11 397 17 4 31 6 18 9 317 13 4 35 6 2016 55 4 53

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7 39 Tu 23 9 7 23 4 25 7 19 cv. 29 7 18 4 31 7 24 9 537 13 4 35 7 27 16 564 53 7 41 8 29 13 W 23 12:17 24+ 26 8 26 1 1717 18 4 31 8 30 10 417 14 + 35 8 33116 564 53 8 45 9 17 14Th 23 167 25 4 26 9 31 2 217 19 4 31 9 35 11 26 17 15 4 35 9 37116 574 5-1 9 46 10 2 115 Fr 23 19 17 25 4 26 10 30 2 4917 20 4 32 10 38 ev. 13 17 16 4 36 10 40 6 574 54 10 6 10 49 16 Sa 23 22 7 264 26 11 37 3 387 21 4 32 11 39 1 217 164 36 11 406 58 4 54 11 43 11 38 17 A 23 24 17 27 + 27 morn 4 287 214 32 morn 1 527 17 4 36 morn 16 59 4 55 morn ev. 28 18 M 23 257 274 27

0 37

5 24 17 22 4 33 0 37 2 4817 18 4 37 0 38 16 594 55 0 38 1 24 19 Tu 23 26 17 28 4 27 1 35 6 327 22 4 33 1 35 3 56 17 18 4 37 1 3417 01 55

1 32 2 32 20/W 23 27 17 28 4 28 2 33 7 38 17 23 4 33 2 31 5 2 17 19 4 38 2 3017 04 51 2 25 3 38

Tb 23 277 294 28 3 30 8 447 23 4 34 3 27 6 8117 19 4 38 3 26 7 1 4 56 3 18 4 44 22 Fr 23 2717 294 29 4 26 9 40 17 24 4 34 4 23 7 47 204 39 4 2117 1 4 57 4 10 5 40

Sa 23 2617 30 4 29 5 21 10 2317 24 4 35 5 18 7477 20 4 39 5 15 17 2 4 57 5 2 6 23 24 A23 257 304 30 6 14 11 31 7 25 4 36

8 277 21 4 40 6 717 2 4 58 5 54 7 3 25 M 23 237 314 SI sets 11 4117 254 36 Sets 9 57 21 4 40

7 3 4 59

7 41 26 Tu 23 21 314 31 5 48 morn 7 26 4 37 5 53 9 407 21 4 41 5 57|17 3 4 59 6 12

8 16 27 W23 19 17 31 4 32

6 44 0 1617 26 4 38 6 49 10 15 17 22 4 12 527 35 0 7 6 8 51 Th 23 161 324 33 7 41 0 51 17 26 4 38 7 48 10 49 17 22 4 42 7 5117 45 1 82 9 25 29 Fr 23 1:2 324 34 8 45 1 267 26 4 39 8 48 11 247 224 43 8 5117 45 1 8 6910 0 30 Sa 23 8 324 34 9 48 2017 27 4 40 9 51 morn17 22 4 44 9 52117 45 2 9 58 10 37 31 A (23 47 324 35 10 53 2 37117 27 4 41 10 54

0 1117 231 10 55 17 55 3 10 58 11 21

THE MOON'S PLACE:
Dec. 1, 2, 28, 29. 3, 4, 30, 31. 5, 6.

7,8. 9, 10.
11, 12. 13, 14. 15, 16, 17.

18, 19. 20, 21, 22. 23, 24. 25, 26, 27. Sign. H P ? 8 IT

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m I 18 Here is a chap in an awful condition, and HEATING THE POKER.-When Dr. Franklin all owing to a vixen of a girl saying she wouldn't : was agent in England for the Province of PennI know 't is a sin to,

sylvania, he was frequently applied to by the Min. But I'm bent on the notion

istry for his opinion respecting the Stamp Act; I'll throw myself into

but his answer was uniformly the same—that the The deep, briny ocean,

people of America would never submit to it Af Where mud-eels and cat-fish

ter the news of the destruction of the stamped On my body shall riot

paper had arrived in England, the Minister again And flounders and flat-fish

sent for the Doctor to consult with, and in conSelect me for diet;

clusion offered this proposal : That if the AmeriThere soundly I'll slumber

cans would engage to pay for the damage done Beneath the rough billow,

in the destruction of the stamped paper, etc. the And crabs without number

Parliament would then repeal the Act

The Doc. Shall crawl o'er my pillow;

tor, having paused upon the question for some But my spirit shall wander

time, at last answered it as follows: Through gay coral bowers,

me in mind of a Frenchman who, having heated And frisk with the mermaids

a poker red-hot, ran furiously into the street, and It shall, by the powers !

addressed the first Englishman he met there· Hah! Monsieur, give me de plaisir, de satisfac

tion, to let me run dis poker only one foot into ADVICE TO YOUTH.- If your sister, while ten-yer body! My body !' replied the Englishman derly engaged in a tender conversation with her. what do you mean? · Vel, den, so far, marktender sweetheart, tenderly asks you to bring a ing about six inches. Are you mad ?' returned glass of water from an adjoining room, you can the other ! 'I tell you if you do n't mind your start on the errand, but you need not return. You own business, I'll knock you down.' 'Vel den,', will not be missed, that's certain-we've seen it said the Frenchman, softening his voice and man. tried. Don t forget this, little boys and girls. ner, ‘vil you, my good sir, only be so obliging as

to pay me for de trouble and expense of heating INTEMPERANCE.—A fellow in Bangor, with the dis poker pra capacity of a Falstaff, recently sucked thirty-seven eggs at a sitting, because they were given to him ! “ Tommy," said a tender-hearted mother He has felt chicken-hearted ever since, and goes to her little son, “ what on earth did you throw to roost every night. The boys call him “Hen." that kitten into the well for q” " Oh, coz I was instead of Harry as heretofore, and parties intend crazy." "Come to your ma, you darling little to employ him to crow at elections.

cherub !"

“ This puts

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GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED STATES.

(NOVEMBER 30, 1847.)

EXECUTIVE-PRESIDENT AND CABINET.
JAMES K. POLK, of Tennessee, President..
GEORGE M. DALLAS, of Pennsylvania, Vice-President.

Salary $25,000

6,000 JAMES BUCHANAN, of Pennsylvania, Secretary of State.

6,000 ROBERT J. WALKER, of Mississippi, Secretary of the Treasury.

6,000 WILLIAM L. MARCY, of New York, Secretary of War...

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

6,000 NATHAN CLIFFORD, of Maine, Attorney-General

4,000 CAVE JOHNSON, of Tennessee, Postmaster.General..

6,000

1. 2 3 4

JUDICIARY-SUPREME COURT.
ROGER B. TANEY, of Maryland, Chief Justice.... Salary $6,000.
SAMUEL Nelson, of N. Y. Associate Justice.JAMES M. WAYNE, of Ga. Associate Justice
LEVI WOODBURY, of N. H.

John McKINLEY, of Ala.
John MCLEAN, of Ohio,

WILLIAM CATRON, of Tenn. ROBERT C. GRIER, of Penn.

|Peter V. DANIEL, of Va. (Salary of Associate Justice, $4,500.)

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.1849 .1851

X X X th CONGRESS.
Assembles December 6, 1847; Expires March 3, 1849.

SENATE.
GEORGE M. DALLAS, of Pennsylvania, President, ex officio.
Members.

Term expires.
Members.

Term capires.
Members

Terim capiru
MAINE.
MARYLAND.

OHIO.
John Fairfield
1851 James A. Pearce...

1849 William Allen James W. Bradbury. .1853 Reverdy Johnson.. ..1851 Thomas Corwin. NEW HAMPSHIRE.

VIRGINIA.

INDIANA. Charles G. Atherton. .1849 James M. Mason

.1851 Edward A. Hannegan *JOHN P. HALE.

.1853 Robert M. T. Hunter. .1853 Jesse D. Bright.
VERMONT
NORTH CAROLINA,

ILLINOIS.
William Upham.

.1849 George E. Badger .. .1849 Sidney Breese Samuel S. Phelps..

.1851 Willie P. Mangum.. .1853 Stephen A. Douglass
MASSACHUSETTS.
SOUTH CAROLINA.

MISSOURI.
Daniel Webster
1851 A. P. Butler

1849 David R. Atchison. John Davis. .1853 John C. Calhoun.

.1853 Thomas H. Benton RHODE ISLAND.

GEORGIA.

ARKANSAS. Albert C. Greene

.1851 Walter T. Colquitt.. .1849 Ambrose H. Sevier John H. Clarke 1853 John M. Berrien

.1853 Chester Ashley. CONNECTICUT.

ALABAMA.

MICHIGAN. John M. Niles. .1849 Arthur P. Bagby

1849 Lewis Cass.. | Roger S. Baldwin ..1851 (A Loco-Foco)..

.1853 Alpheus Felch.
NEW-YORK.
MISSISSIPPI.

FLORIDA
John A. Dix.
.18491 Jefferson Davis..

.1851 James D. Westcott, Jr...
Daniel S. Dickinson. .1851 Henry Stuart Foote. .1853 David Levy Yulee
NEW JERSEY.
LOUISIANA.

TXXAS.
William L. Dayton.. .1851 Henry Johnson..

1849 Thomas J. Rusk. Jacob W. Miller.

..1853 Solomon U. Downs .1853|(A Loco-Foco).
PENNSYLVANIA.
TENNESSEE.

IOWA
Simon Cameron..

.1849 Hopkins L. Turney. .1851 Daniel Sturgeon. .1851 John Bell

1:53 DELAWARE.

KENTUCKY. John M. Clayton... 1851 John J. Crittenden

.1849 Presley Spruance.

.1853 Joseph R. Underwood ...1853

[Whigs, in Italics, 21; Locos, in Roman, 32.) * Anti-Slavery, formerly Loco, elected by & union of Whip and Abolition votes. Appointed in place of Jabez W. Huntington, doceased by Gov. Bissell, to bold till the next Legislature meets in NuAppointed by Gov. Brown in place of Gen. Jesse Speight, deceased.

.1849

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.1851 .1853

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1851

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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

ROBERT C. WINTHROP of Mass., Speaker.
MAINE.
28.* Elias B. Holmes,

NORTH CAROLINA. 120.- Joshua R. Giddings, 1..David Hammons, 29.. Robert L. Rose, 1.. Thos. L. Clingman, 21. * Joseph M. Root. 2.. Asa W. H. Clapp, 30..David Rumsey,

2.. Nathaniel Boyden.

KENTUCKY. 3..Hiram Belcher, 31..Dudley Marvin, 3.* Danl M. Barringer, 1.*Linn Boyd, 4. Franklin Clark, 32..Nathan K. Hall, 4..Aug. H. Shepherd, 2..Samuel Peyton, 5.. Ephraim K. Smart, 33..Harvey Putnam, 5.. Abram W. Venable, 3..B. L. Clark, 6..James S. Wiley, 34.* Washington Hunt. 6.*James J. McKay, 4. Aylett Buckner, 7.*Hezekiah Williams.

NEW-JERSEY.

7.*John R. J. Daniel, 5..John B. Thompson, NEW HAMPSHIRE. 1.* James G. Hampton, 8.. Richard S. Donnell, 6.. Green Adams, 1.1 Amos TUCK,

2.. William A. Newell, 9..David Outlaw. 7..Garnett Duncan, 2.. Charles H. Peaslee, 3.*Joseph Edsall,

SOUTH CAROLINA. 8.. Charles S. Morehead, 3..James Wilson, 4..John Van Dyke, 1. *James A. Black. 9.. Richard French, 4.*James H. Johnson. 5..Dudley S. Gregory. 2.*Richard F. Simpson, 10..John P. Gaines. VERMONT.

PENNSYLVANIA. 3.*Joe phA.Woodward, TENNESSEE. 1.. William Henry, 1.-LEWIS C. LEVIN, 4.*A. D. Sims,

1.* Andrew Johnson, 2.*Jacob Collamer, 2.* Joseph R. Ingersoll, 5.* Artemas Burt, 2. William M. Cocke, 3.* George P. Marsh,

3..Charles Brown, 6.*Isaac E. Holmes, 3. John H. Crozier. 4.. Lucius B. Peck.

4.*Charles J. Ingersoll, 7.*R. Barnwell Rhett. 4..H. L. W. Hill, MASSACHUSETTS. 5..John Freedly,

GEORGIA.

5.*George W. Jones, 1.* Robert C. Winthrop, 6..J. W. Hornbeck, 1.* Thomas B. King,

6..James H. Thomas, 2.* Daniel P. King, 7.* Abra. R. Mcllvaine, 2. .Alfred Iverson, 7.* Meredith P. Gentry, 3.* Amos Abbott, 8.* John Strohm,

3..John W. Jones, 8.. Washington Barrow, 4..John G. Palfrey, 9.. William Strong, 4.*Hugh A. Haralson, 9.*Lorenzo B. Chase, 5.* Charles Hudson, 10.* Richard Brodhead, 5.* John H. Lumpkin, 10.*Fred'ick P. Stanton, 6.*George Ashmun, 11.. Chester Butler, 6.*Howell Cobb, 11.. William P. Haskell. 7.* Julius Rockwell, 12.*David Wilmot, 7.* Alex'r H. Stephens,

ILLINOIS. 8.* John Quincy Adams, 13 * James Pollock. 8.* Robert Toombs. 1.*Robert Smith, 9.. Artemas Hale, 14.. George N. Eckert,

ALABAMA.

2.*John A.McClernand, 10.* Joseph Grinnell. 15..Henry Nes,

1..John Gayle,

3.* Orlando B. Ficklin, RHODE ISLAND. 16..Jasper E. Brady, 2.* Henry W. Hilliard, 4.* John Wentworth, 1.. Robert B. Cranston, 17.*John Blanchard, 3. .Sampson W. Harris, 5..Wm. A. Richardson, 2..Benj. B. Thurston. 18.* Andrew Stewart,

4.. William M. Inge, 6.. Thomas J. Turner, CONNECTICUT. 19..Job Mann,

5. George S. Houston, 7.. Abraham Lincoln. 1. James Diron, 20..John Dickey,

6..W.R. W. Cobb, ,

MISSOURI. 2.* Samuel D. Hubbard, 21..Moses Hampton, 7.*F. W. Bowdon. 1.*James B. Bowlin, 3.* John A. Rockwell, 22..J. W. Farrelly,

MISSISSIPPI. 2..John Jameson, 4.* Truman Smith. 23.*James Thompson, 1.*Jacob Thompson, 3..James S. Green,

NEW-YORK. 24.. Alexander Irvine. 2..W. S. Featherston, 4.. Willard P. Hall, 1..Frederick W. Lord,

DELAWARE.

3.. Pat'k W. Tompkins, 5..*John S. Phelps. 2..Henry C. Murphy, John W. Houston. 4.. Albert G. Brown.

INDIANA. 3. Henry Nicoll,

MARYLAND.

LOUISIANA.

1.. Elisha Embree, 4.* William B. Maclay, 1.*John G. Chapman,

1.*Emile La Sere, 2. Thomas J. Henley, 5.. Fred'k A. Tallmadge, 2..J. Dixon Roman. 2.*B. G. Thibodeaux, 3..John L. Robinson, 6.. David S. Jackson, 3.*T. Watkins Ligon,

3.*J, M. Harmanson, 4.* Caleb B. Smith, 7.. William Nelson, 4..Robert M. McLane, 4.*Isaac E. Morse. 5.*William W. Wick, 8.. Cornelius Warren, 5... Alexander Evans,

OHIO.

6..George G Dunn, 9.. Daniel B. St. John, 6..Jolin W. Crisfield.

1.*James J. Faran, 7.. Nich'd W. Thompson, 10.. Eliakim Sherrill,

VIRGINIA.

2..David Fisher, 8.*John Pettit, 11. Peter H. Sylvester, 1.*Archibald Atkinson, 3.* Robert C. Schenck, 9.* Charles W.Cathcart, 12..Gideon Réynolds,

2. Richard K. Meade, 4.. Richard S. Canby, 10.. William Rockhill. 13..John I. Slingerland, 3.. Thomas S. Flournoy, 5.*Wiliam Sawyer,

MICHIGAN. 14.. Orlando Kellogg, 4.. Thomas S. Bocock, 6..Rodolp's Dickinson, 1.*Robert McClelland, 15..Sidney Lawrence, 5.. William L. Goggin, 7..Jonathan D. Morris, 2..Charles E. Stuart, 16. Hugh White,

6..John M. Botts, 8. James L. Taylor, 3..Kinsley S. Bingham. 17. GEORGE PETRIE, 7.* Thomas H. Bayly, 9.. Thomas 0. Edwards,

TEXAS. 18..Joseph Mullen, 8..R. T. L. Beale, 10. Daniel Duncan, 1.* David S. Kaufman, 19..William Collins, 9. * John S. Pendleton, 11..John K. Miller, 2.* Timothy Pillsbury, 20.* Timothy Jenkins, 10.*Henry Bedinger, 12.* Samuel F. Vinton,

IOWA. 21..G. A. Starkweather, 11. James McDowell, 13.. Thomas Richey,

1.. William Thompson, 22..Ausburn Birdsall, 12.. William B. Preston, 14..Nathan Evans, 2.*Shepherd Leftier. 23.. William Duer, 13..Andrew S. Fulton, 15.. William Kennon. Jr.

ARKANSAS. 24.. Daniel Gott,

14..Rob't A. Thompson, 16..John D. Cummins, Robert W. Johnson. 25..Harman S. Conger, 15.* William G. Brown. 17.*George Fries, Delegate-(No vote, 26.. Wm. T. Lawrence, FLORIDA. 18.1 SAMUEL LAHM,

WISCONSIN: 27..John M. Holley, Edward C. Cabell. 19..Jolin Crowell,

John H. Tweedy. * Re-elected-95: New Members, 133.

† Independents. Total Members.-Whigs (in Italics) 116. Locos (in Roman) 108. Independents (in SMALL CAPITAL8) 4.

Clear Whig majority, 4; Loco do. in last House, 63.

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