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INDIANA.

IX, Clay. Polk. Birney. Bigger.Whit. Ab Benton..... 40 69

... 26 Dist; PRESIDENT, 1844. GOVERNOR, 1843. C'ess

768 671 18 ... 668 3 1. Clay. Po k, Borney.Bigger. Whit. Ab. Elkhart..

964 Crawford.... 462 397 381 Fulton ......

215
Dubois ...... 229
501

363
Jasper .......

179 S Gibson ..... 796 810 8.... 710 707

Kosciusko..

553 Harrison.....1252 1144

976
Lake ........ 114 206

02 193 S Orange...... 107 1036

612
Laporte .....1009 831

+99
Perry ........
364

468
Marshall..... 1-9

229
$ Pike .......
459 491

421

Miami....... 569 5:7
3 Posey .......
1154

933
Porter .......
305

249 Spencer ..... 686

380

Pulaski
Vandenburgh 675 556

555
488
1 St. Joseph...

606
S Warrick..... 394 850
330 781 W bash..... 60L

.... 493 Total....5,797 7,769

6,619 White.......

218
Total....6,709 6,446 8...5,649

5.437 Clarke ......,1132 1417

1031 1310

х Floyd........ 9.,6 981 .... 940 911

Adams....... 198

236 Jackson ..... 602 1048

... 585 870

Allen Jefferson ....1835 1427 ...1576 1239 17 Blackford.... 81 205

70 212 Jennings..... 873 669 .... 854 543 4 De Knu.....

327 Scott ........ 41 411

Delaware.... 940 732

693 3 Washington. 1149

1660
1005 1471 Grant .......

423

336 475

Huntington.. Total....7,087 7,643 ..6,380

353 353 3 III.

Lagrange ...
457

383 2 Dosrborn ....1616 1971 0....15031769 Noble ....

277 340 Decatur .....1275 10.1 ....1174 945 3 Randolph ..

718

701 1 Franklin ....1325 1583 ....1055 12:0 7 Steuben .....

230 219 Oh o ........ 193 168 ... (With Denrborn.) Tipton.......

119

New County.) Ripley ....... 1000 908 .... 925 637 62 Wells .......

306

... 173 239 Rush ........150 1362

...1:50 1147 24 Whitley..... 222 237 .... 139 1.6 Switzerland. 961 1006

.. 906 974

2 Total....5,843 6,199 550...5.007 5,2:0 Total....8,010 8,089

36.762 83 Ent re vote.67,567 70,181 2,106..58.701 60,714 1,68

Maj. for Polk, 2.2 4; do, jor Whitcomb, 2,013. iv. Fayette......1051 908 17.... 923 789

MISSISSIPPI. Henry.......1458 1005 188....1110

191 Union....... 682 672 60.... 500

PRESIDENT. 1944 GOVERNOR, 1843. Wayne.......2321 1436 318....1807

Counties.

y. Polk. Clayton, Brown. Wms. Adus.......

755 452...... 679 341 Total....5,513 4,021

3,561 Amite......

429 351...... 363 293 Altaja......

305..... 191 433 Bolivar

143 Bartholomew 1035 1068

905
9 Carroll

678 743... 671 > Brown ...... 69

Chick asaw..

632...... SHamilton.... 859

761
130 Choctaw ....

426 6 4..... Hancock .... 719 736

690

429... Johnson .....

Claiborne....
1150
628 1006
Clarke........

115 353... Madison..... 813

90
854
774

143
on Conhoma

162....

121 3 Marion ......1715 1634

1523

649...

729 Shelby.......1107 1242

....90 1159

Covington ..... 98
Total....6,966 ,983

De Sto....
mai.

577
Franklin ,....

210 VI

Greene ......

137 Daviess...... 807

764
769
Hancock ...

237 Greene ...... 762

672
Harrison....

169

134 Knox........ 1079 821

934
Hinds.......

915 Luwrence ... 1019 1085

905 908
Holmes...... 578 498.....

479 Martin ...... 276 516

348 2. Itawanbu..

38 825....

634 S Monroe...... 721 1118

956
13 Jackson

183 Morgan......1023 1078

1003
Ja per ......

403...... SOwen ....... 754 88

818
Jefferson....

3 3 .. Sullivan... .. 464 1221

1144
Jones .......

117...

105 Total....6,

7,141 Kemper .... 291 515...... 2-9 443
Lafayette..

632......

561 VII.

Lauderdale.. 256 631 ..

5.8 Clay..... 429 662 ... 256 514 Lawrence

545 ..... 75 844 ....1038 777 3 Leake.

235..... 165 Parke .......1377

1329
12....1295 1088 Lowndes ..

850....

658 Putnam . 1540 1367 9.... 1320 1362 4 Madison ...

6 2
486......

380 Vermillion... 787

Marion ..

251......

201 Vigo ........1515 856 ....1274

Marshall.. 1033 1184.....

948 Monroe, ..

5-9 Total....6,910 5,195

911..... 5,823

Neshohe..

156

2.6..... VIII.

Newton .... 143 270...... 299
Boone ....... 816 871

764
21 Noxubee.

519 577...... Carroll ...... 712 965 .... 616 8:25

Oktibbeha.
241

2 2

3:5......
944
Choton......

.... 522 793
Perry ........

97

71...... Fountain .... 947 1307

121
2 Pike.

444......

345 Montgomery 1450 1521 ....1315 125

Panola ..... 439 48......

3:9 SRichardville. 129 133

Pontotoc....

709......

424
. (New County)
Tippecanoe. 1550 1551

1266 1361
Rankin......
311 406......

361 Warren ......779 470

Scott .........

239......
715
Simpson

300.....

201 3 Total.... 7,028 7,842 147...5,949 6,631 621Smith.

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Counties.

Polk. Clayton.Brown. Wms. McLean.. Sunflower ..... 14.

Vermillion.... STalahutchie.....

218...... 208

173
W ill..........

0 209...... 3 Toppah.......

1170.....

1016 Tishemingo .

1004.....

773

Total.....7,28 9,747 1,877. Tunica ......

V. 24..... Warren 507...

Adams .......
Wushington ..
108......

Brown.........
329551

447

...... 328
247
Calhoun....

263

192 Wayne...

171 102 Wilkinson....... 355.....

Fulton....... 1434 1531 Winston

746
475.....

1063
Greene......
394

200
5

1246 3 Yollubusha 719 €95...

Jersey

555 458
578 530......

974
Macoupin ....
377

641
Marquette ..

247 Total....... 19,206 25,126 ....17,322 21,035 1,343 Peoria. 846 1169

767 950 & Polk's majority... 5,920. Brown's do.....3,713. Pike...........1411 1456

......1073 1185 Schuyler....... 610 743

555 576 ILLINOIS.

Total.....8,400 10,046 27 .....7,352 8,081 PRESIDENT, 1844. GOVERNOR, 1842. . VI. s 1.

Clau. Polk. Birney. Dunc. Ford.Hun. ICarroll.... 221 Alexander.... 81 138 .... 274 165 Hancock...

711 17 Bonil ......... 564 622 592 429 4 Henderson.....

254 227
CI nton ........
. 334

466
Henry .........

136 Jackson ...... 1.2 347

Jo Daviess.....1514 Madison...... 1496 12......1539 1006 13/Knox.......... 746 Monroe........ 304 740

636 Lee.......... Perry .......... 219 477

259 293 1 McDonough... Pulaski........ 90 208

Mercer......... Randolph ..... 713 771

564 65|Ogle.......... St. Clair .......1042 1945

1576 Rock Island... Union ......... 94 617

446 Stark ......... Wushington... 254 565

05 513 Stephensen... Total,...

Warren,.......

Whitesides. II,

Winnebago ...

...... s Edwords.. 85 185

.. 271 Franklin...... 02 634

96 522
Total.....8,0

674.....6,174 6,799
3 Gallotin ...
406 1115

1160

VII. Hamilton. 125 573

555 Cass........

..... 318 Hardin........

165
200
Logan....

289 Jefferson......

780 Marshall... Johnson... 382

Mason..... Marion .....

Menard......

38

353 Massac...

Morgan,.......1443 1421 .....1375 1162 ope.......

Putnam........227 228 .... 170 187
Wabash....
315
Sangamon.....1837 1371

...1-88 1217 Wayne....

Scott .......... 670 610 .... 627 White....... 736 748

Tazewell ......1011 628 ..... 811 500 Williamson.... 766

Woodford ..... 159322 ..... 160 287 Total.....

Total.....6,732 5,818 221.....6,057 5,116 III.

Entire vote...45,529 57,920 3,570....38.304 45,608 3 Christian.... . 182 216

196

Maj. for Polk, 12,392; do, for Ford, 7,304. s Clark..

756

547 Clay ,......

186 443 Coles ..... 776 582

Popular Vote for President-1844. Crawford...

89 353

States. Clav. Polk. Birney. Clav maj. Polk. Cumberland..

Maine...... 34,378 45,719 4,836....
De Witt

270
N. Hamp... 17,866 27,160 4,161....

9,2943 Edgar.

Vermont... 26,770 18,041 3,954.... 8,729 Effingham..

Mass....... 67,009 53,039 10,830....13,970 SFavette...... 414

R. Island .. 7,323 4,867

....2,455 Jasper. 276

174

Conn....... 32,832 29,811 1,943.... 2,991 Lawrence .. 427

New York. 232,482 237,588

15,812.. Mrcon.... 3:28

N. Jersey... 38,318 37,495 131. Moultrie... 204

Penn........161,203 167,535 3,138... Montgomery... 661

Delaware .. 6,258 5,971 3 Pratt........ 120

32,676

Maryland.. 35,984 Richland ..... 322

Virginia.... 42,677 49,570 Shelby.........

88

Ohio.......155,057 149, 117 8.050 5,940
Tolal.....5,926 8,154

Kentucky.. 61,255 51.988
N.Carolina. 43, 23239,287

3,945
S IV.
Boone........
398

S. Carolina. (By Legislature.)
249
Georgia .... 42,100

2,0473
378
Bureau.......

44,147 262

299 191

Alabama... 26.084 3 Champaign..

37,740
145
2027

1328

Indiana..... 67,867 70,181 Cook ..........1117

2,31 242

A Mlinois...... 45,528
3 De Kalb.
131

57,920
142
225

8,570.
372 551
Du Page..

Michigan... 24,237 27,703
173....
467

25.126

5,9203

Mississippi.. 19, 206 Grundy. 49 91 281

"Tennessee.. 60,030 59,917 Iroquois.

113 1046 Kane .... 299.

13,782

22 Louisiana.. 13.083 479 Kendall .

41,369

Missouri ... 31.251 386 620

Arkansas... 5,504 9,546

131... La Salle... 611 126....

49 Total...1,288,533 1,337,325 62,263....51,828 90.6203 3 Livingston,... 66

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