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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, of south carolina. Secretary of State..

6,000 GEU. M BIBB, of K nurkv, Secretary of the Treasury.

6,000 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..

6,000 (There is now no Vice-President ; John Tyler was elected to that office, but succeeded to the Presidency on the 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.)

JUDICIARY--Supreme Court. ROGER B. TANEY, of Maryland, Chief Justice. Salary $5,000. JOSEPH STORY, of Mass., Assoc u.tte Justice.JAMES MWAYNE, 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.

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

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SENA TE.
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.

1847 NEW-HAMPSHIRE.

MARYLAND.

KENTUCKY. Levi Woodbury. 1847 William D. Merrick. 1845 James T. Morehead...

.1847 Charles G. Atherton. .1849 James Alfred Pearce.. .1849 John J. Crittenden.

1849 VERMONT. VIRGINIA.

OHIO. Simuel S. Phelps.. 1845 w lliam C. Rires... .1845 Benjamin Tappan..

1845 William Upham. 1819 William S. Archer. .1847 William Allen..

1849 MASSACHUSETTS. NORTH CAROLINA.

INDIANA. Rufus Chonte.. .1845 Willie P. Mingum.. 1847 Albert S. White.

.1845 Isaac C. Bates..

.1847 William H. Haywood, Jr......1849 Edward A. Hannegan... . 1849 RHODE ISLAND. SOUTH CAROLINA.

ILLINOIS. William Sprague.. 1845 Daniel E. Huger... 18471 James Semple..

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

1849 CONECTICUT.

GEORGIA.

MISSOURI. Jabez W. Huntington.. ,1845 John M. Berrien.

1847 Thomas H. Benton..

.1845 John M. Niles.. .1849 Walter T. Colquitt. .1849 David R. Atcheson.

.1849 NEW-YORK.

ALABAMA.

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

1847 (Vacancy.)

1847 Silas Wright.. .1849 Arthur P. Bagby. .1849 Ambrose H. Sevier.

1849 NEW-JERSEY. MISSISSIPPI.

MICHIGAN. William L. Dayton. 1845 John Henderson...

.1845 Augustus S. Porter.. 1845 Jacob W. Miller.. .1847 Robert J. Walker..

.1847 William Woodbridge.. 1847 PENNSYLVANIA.

LOUISIANA. Daniel Sturgeon...

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

22 * Messrs. Semple, of Klinois, Lewis, of Alinami, and Atcheson, of Missouri, hold temporarily by appointment from the Governors of those States, but will be elected by the Legislatures of these States, or succeeded by Senators of like politics.

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

SOUTH CAROLINA.
Joshua Herrick, 4 Freeman H. Morse, 1 James A. Black, 4 *John Campbell,
Robert P. Dunlap, 5 (no choice yet.)

2 Richard F. Simpson, 5 Artemus Burt, 3 Luther Severance, 6 Hannibal Hamlin, 3 Joseph A. Woodward, t 6 *Isaac E. Holmes,t 7 Shepa'd Carey.

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

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

*Edward J. Black, Hugh A. Haralson, John P. Hale. *John R. Reding. Absulom H. Chappell,a Joseph H. Lumpkin,

Duncan L. Clinch,
VERMONT.

Alerander H. Stephens,
Howell Cobb,

William H. Stiles. 1 Solomon Foot, 3 George P. Marsh,

ALABAMA. 2 Jacob Collamer, 4 Paul Dillingham, Ir.

1 James Dellet,

4 *Winter W. Payne, t MASSACHUSETTS.

2 James E. Belser, 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, *William Parmenter, 9 Henry Williams,

MISSISSIPPI.—(General Ticket.)

*Jacob Thompson, Robert W. Roberts, 5 *Charles Hudson, 10 Joseph Grinnel.

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 Labranchet 4 Pierre E. Bossier. 1 Thomas H. Seymour, 3 George H. Catlin, t

OHIO. 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, 6 Hamilton Fish, 23 Orville Robinson,

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

9 Elias Florence, 19 Daniel R. Tulden, 8 *Richard D. Davis, 25 George Rathbun,

10 Heman A. Moore, 20 * Joshua R. Giddings, 9 *James G. Clinton, 26 Amasa Dana,

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

KENTUCKY. 11 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, 13 * Daniel D. Barnard, 30 William S. Hubbell, 3 Henry Grider;

8 * Garret Davis, 14 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,

TENNESSEE. 17 Charles S. Benton, 34 Washington Hunt.

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,

INDIANA. 2 * Joseph R. Ingersoll, 14 Glerander Ramsey, 1 Robert Dale Owen, 6 John W. Davis, 3 John T. Smith, 15 Henry Nes,

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

3 Thomas Smith,

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

4 Caleb B. Smith, 9 Samuel C. Sample, 6 Michael H. Jenks, 18 Andrew Stewart,

5 William J. Brown, 10 * Andrew Kennedy. 7 Abraham R. McIloaine,19 Henry D. Foster,

ILLINOIS. 8 * Jeremiah Brown, 20 John Dickey, 9 John Ritter, 21 Cornelius Durragh,

1 Robert Smith,

4 John Wentworth, 10 Richard Brodhead, Jr. 22 Samuel Hays,

2 John A. McClernand, 5 Stephen A. Douglass,

3 Orlando B. Ficklin, 11 *Benjamin A. Bidlack, 23 Charles M. Reed,

6 Joseph P. Hoge, 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.
1 John M. S. Causen, 4 * John P. Kennedy,
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, 1 Robert McCleland

2 Lucius Lyon, 2 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, I 13 *George W. Hopkins,

WISCONSIN.... Henry Dodge. 1 Thomas H. Buy y.. 14 *George W. Summers,

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

a Elected as a Whig, but now supports Polk and DalNORTH CAROLINA.

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, t 2 Daniel M. Barringer, 6 *James J. McKay, men. I Contested by Whigs. David S. Reid,

7 *John R. J. Daniel,t Whigs in Italics, 80--the residue (189) Loco-Focos 4 * Edmund Deberry, 8 *Arch'd H. Arrington, t|6 vacancies. bln place of Dixon H. Lewis, now U. S. 9 *Kenneth Rayner.

Senator.

1 844.

ELECTION RETURNS, BY STATES, CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS, AND COUNTIES.

Essex

X.....

.....1365

NEW-YORK CITY.

Erie ..... ..17 8...... 11 14 VOTE FOR MAYOR-1844.

8 7......... 9 63 Loco. Whig. Native. Whole Franklin 6 9.. 7 88 Wards. Coddington. Franklin. Hurper. Number: Fulton ..... 3 7.

2 I...... 872

8 267 912.. 2051

Genesee. 9 4... 9 4 II...... 449 223 703. ..1374

Greene.. 6

5.....

5 6 Ill...... 589 393 1298. .2282

Jefferson 7 13.. 3 17 IV......1608 152 1007. .2768

Kings

2 10......... 2 10 V......1014 406 1367. .2787

Lewis

5 5...... 5 VI......1594 180 722.. .2496

Livingston 9 3. VII... .1377

3 419 2045 .3574

Madison
5 9.

8 VIII. .1590 548 2222. .4361

Monroe .16 7. .12 11 IX......1516 406 2485. ..4412

5.

4 Montgomery. 5

6 ,1275 399 1747. .3421

Niagara.

4.. 7 5 XI......1314 186 1556. .3068

Oneida 9 17. 9 17 XII.. 638

.1230 44 558.

9 Onondaga

8 9.

10 .1269 XII.

260

.3139 1610..

Ontario .14 1. 9 XIV. ..1519 253 1076. .2849

Orange 7 7.. 6
XV. 613 397 1633 .2677

Odeans
5

4
4..

5 XVI. .1928 458 1615. .3982

Oswego
5 17.

5 17 XVII.. 276 1944 .3586

Otsego
6 16..

4

18 Cotal,... 20,558 5,297 24,500... 50,373 Putnam....... 1 5..

6 Harper's maj. over Coddington, 3,942; Queens 1 5..

53 over Franklin, 19 203. Maj. of the whole Rensselaer ....11 5.

10 Against Harper, 1,353. Harper and Frank. Richmond 3

1.

4 lia over Coddington, 9,257.

St. Lawrence. 7

22 Saratoga......11 9

13 Schenectady. 6 2.

5 NEW-YORK TOWN ELECTIONS. Schoharie 3 8.

7 SUPERVISORS.

Seneca ......

1 9.. 3 1844

1843. Steuben... .14 15.. 6 22 Counties. W. L.

W. L .10

Suffuik 9. 9

8 Albany

1 8... 1 14..... ..15 Allegany......16

4 7... Broome. 9 2..... 3 8 Tinga.

4(1 tie) 5. 10. Cattaraugus .17

..15 12 Tompkins .... 4 6... 3 9 13. 9 Cayuga .

Ulster 13

8 6. 8 6. .16

Warren 8

4 6... Chautauque .18

2 8 1 3(1 tie) 6.

5.. Chemuog

9 Washington.. 12

.12 5 4 15.

7 Chenango

6 12 Wayne

9.. 6 9 1 (linton

9.
2 8

Westchester.. 10 11.. 7 14 Columbia

7
13.

8 12 Wyoming ....10 3.. 6 7 6 Cortland.

4
3
5.
8 Yates....

6

2 Delaware.. 8

10.

12 Total......405 436.. .332 5118 Dutchess......11 7. 10 8 loco maj 31; do. '43. 176. W. gain, 145

21.

15 Sullivan.

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CONNECTICUT.
GOVERNOR, 1844.

GOVERNOR, 1843. PRESIDENT, 1840.
Whig. Loco. AЫ. Whig. Loco.

Abl. Counties, Baldwin.* Cleveland. Gillette. Bald. Cleve. Gil. Harrison. V. Buren Fairfied. .4805 4400

141......4146 4037 124......4871 3862 Hartford .6006 5356 282.. .5188 5239 290......6216 4496 Litchfield .+4398 4281 384......38110 41180 293. ..4542 3806 Middlesex.. .2124 2282 145......2017 2294 183. ..2276 22753 New. Haven ..5065 4650 229. .4469 4307 206......5100 4012 New London ... 3539 3564 254... .2632 3343 235......3815 3148 Tolland ..1860 1893 111. ...1641 1832 99......1991 1509 Windham. ..2296 2420 425......1698 2284 442......2790 2188

Total....... 30,093 28,846 1,971... 25,591 27.416 1,872... 31,601 25,296 Baldwin's maj. over Cleveland, 1 247; Cleve. ov. Bald. 1,872; Harr. ov. V. B. 6 305. * Elected by the Legislature. + 230 votes returned for Roger Baldwin instead of Roger S. Baldwin.

LEGISLATURE-1844.
SENATE. HOUSE, No

SENATE

House. No Counties. Whig. Loco. Whig. Loco. choice

Counties. Whig. Loco. Whig. Loco. choice Hartord .3 0......20 14....

New-London. 2 1......12 16......1 Fairfield .3 0......15 7......6

Tolland.........1 1...... 6 10......4 Litchfield, .2 1......17 9......7 Windham ......1 1...... 9 6......6 Midd esex

.1 1...... 6 10. .2 Total.......15 6......98 80....36 New Haven ...2 1......13 8......6! Whig majority in Senate, 9; House, 18;

The House last year stood—Whig 75, Loco 113, 28 no choice ; Senate, 16 Loco to 5 Whig.

80

427

Counties. Appiing Baker Bildwin Bibb Bryan Bulloch Burke Butts.. Camden. Campbell.. Carroll.. Cass..... Chatham... Chattooga Cherokee.. Clark. Cobb, Columbia Coweta Crawford.. Dade Decatur. De Kalb Dooley... Early.. Effingham Elbert Emanuel Fayette.

1843. Whig. Crawford.

.138 .206 .360 .592

94

25 .514 .253

94 .253 .404 .657 738 .317 .601 .509 .618 .336 .741 ..403

43 .345 ..577 .278 ..110 .162 .828 .183 .328

GEORGIA.

GOVERNOR......
Loco.

Whig.
Comper. Dawson.
95..

85 337.

.176 309.

.333 659. ..581 77.

83 296.

4 338. .406 371. ..207 232.

99 469. ..157 516.

300 836. ..418 672. .608 262. ..129 521.

.394 318.

.500 670. .436 172.

.324
637.

.661
410. .364
207.
244. ...383
648. ...568
409. ...178
208. ..194

..139
165. ..847

65.. ...109 472.. .276

.1841.

PRESIDENT, 1840
Joco.
McDonald. Harrison. Van Buren.
205...

93

61 313.. ...182 204 350... ...731 530 750.. ....758 748 72.

22 338.

25 384 305. .593

203 396.

.185 339) 231.

.166 191 532.

.163 562. .276

437 793. .561

705) 567. .590

647 263. ..186

201 598.

369 416) 373. .617

3183 753.

.428 658 188.

.470 2233 719.

.792 768 483. ..435

458

38 163 253. ..432 203 775., ...665 759 406.. ...226 296 328.. ..258 293

51. ..158 55 242. ..957 105 216..

80 113 620............337 5423

maj 202..

82..

1843GEORGIA CONTINUED.

88

Counties. Floyd.. Forsyth. Franklin Gilmer.... Glynn Greene.. Gwinnett Habersham Hall...... Hancock.. Harris Heard Henry Houston Irwin.. Jackson. Jasper Jefferson Jones Laurens

352

Lee .....

Liberty
Lincoln
Lowndes.
Lumpkin...
Macon...
Madison
Marion
McIntosh
Meriwether.
Monroe.
Montgomery.
Morgan ..
Murray
Muscogee
Newton.
Oglethorpe
Paulding
Pike....
Pulaski
Putnam.
Rubun.
Randolph..
Richmond
Scriven
Stewart
Sumter

Talbot.
Taliaferro
Tattnal
Celfair...
Thomas..
Troup
Twiggs

Whig. 1834. Loc.
.392 348..
.396 600.
.323 884..
.267 345..
.108

35..
.719

122. .709

604. .402 658. .450 499. .412 272. .735 343. .300 358. .778

769. .575

563. 31 277. .426 563. .452 503. .404

90. .425 404. .547

21. .286 170.. .128 92. .287 181. .312 317. .626

891. .347 255. .340 308. .425

349. .129

125. .725 697. .745 690. .200

15.. .414 349. .337 495..

.908 932. ...785 414.. .602 178. .224 312. .598 562. .238 315. .418

317. 83 224. .494 513. .766 544. .228 195. .712 639 .459 397. ..864 791. ..404

60.. 207

26.. .162 191.. ..357

166. .944

394. .354 424..

Whig. 1811, Loco.

Hart. 1840. V. B .241 404... ...275 267 .313 561...... ..348 457 .302 879. .353 581 .110

381.. ..127 164 ...117 28..

14 ...649 92.. ..889 126 ...671 706.. ...745 624 .296 740.

.290 761 .362 570. .445 504 .400 320. .481 240 .790 465. .853 292 .290 413

.315 352 .834 906. .931

793 .599 705.

.667 572 3 309.

59

12 .497 634.

.572 542 474 504.. .495 495 .428 120.

.458

89 452 493. ..461 ..495 21. ..556 ..270 190.

.304

77 ..132 128.

.144

78 .240

159.. .317 123 .319 355.. .422 90 .321 781.. .355 786 .348 333. .369 303 .306 368. .357

286 .375 299.

404 193 .102 131.

119 135 .727 825. .755 702 .742 770.

.796 675 .201 27. .167

85 .425

320. ...478 280 ..138 456..

.273

452 .836

878..... .1044 811 .793 497............988 351 .584 150............654 127 .222 292.. .227 207 .558 774... ..560 624 .123 347. .241 275 .420 331.. ..468 310 8 321..

30 212 .396 549.. .509 519 .726 372. .939 407 .187 222. .180 199 .738 811.

.882 639 .396 337.

.449 176 .828 816.

.912 807 .410 74..... .431

47 .238

81... .253 28 .201 177.. .2.13

53 .346 175. 426

60 .898 426. 1071 330 .396 444.. ..411 373

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