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5. Thos. M. Browne.
6. Milton S. Robinson.

. John Hanna. 8. Morton C. Hunter. 9. Michael D. White. 10. Wm. H. Calkins. 11. James L. Evans. 12. Andrew H. Hamilton. 13. John H. Baker.

Iowa -9. 1. Joseph C. Stone. 2. Hiram Price. 3. Theo, W. Burdick. 4. Nath. C. Deering. 5. Rush Clark. 6. Ezekiel S. Sampson. 7. H. J. B. Cummings. 8. Wm. F. Sapp. 9. Addison Oliver.

Kansas - 3. 1. Wm. A. Phillips. 2. Dudley C. Haskell. 3. Thomas Ryan.

Kentucky -10. 1. Andrew R. Boone. 2. James A. McKenzie. 3. John W. Caldwell.

J. Proctor Knott. 5. Albert S. Willis. 6. John G. Carlisle. 7. J. C. S. Blackburn.. 8. Milton J. Durham. 9. Thos. Turner. 10. John B. Clarke.

Louisiana - 6. 1. Randall L. Gibson. 2. E. John Ellis. 3. C. B. Darrall. 4. J. B. Elam. 5. J. E. Leonard. 6. E. W. Robertson.

Maine -5. 1. Thos. B. Reed. 2. Wm. P. Frye. 3. Stephen D. Lindsey. 4. Llewellyn Powers. ó. Eugene Hale.

Maryland -6. 1. Daniel M. Henry. 2. Chas. B. Roberts. 3. Wm. Kim mell. 4. Thos. Swann. 5. Eli J. Henkle. 6. Wm. Walsh.

Massachusetts – 11. 1. Wm. W. Crapo. 2. Benj. W. Harris.

Walbridge A. Field. 4. Leopold Morse. 5. N. P. Bauks. 6. George B. Loring. 7. Benj. F. Butler. 8. Wm. Claflin. 9. Wm. W. Rice. 10. Amasa Norcross. 11. George D. Robinson.

Michigan-9. 1. Alpheus S. Williams. 2. Edwin Willits. 3. Jonas H. McGowan. 4. Edwin W. Keightley. 5. John W. Stone. 6. Mark S. Brewer. 7. Omar D. Conger. 8. Chas. C. Ellsworth. 9. Jay A. Hubbell.

Minnesota — 3. 1. Mark H. Dunnell. 2. Horace B. Strait. 3. Jacob H. Stewart.

Mississippi -6. 1. H. L. Muldrow. 2. Van H. Manning. 3. H. D. Money. 4. O. R. Singleton. 5. Chas. E. Hooker. 6. J. R. Chalmers.

Missouri - 13. 1. Anthony Ittner. 2. Nathan Cole. 3. Lyne S. Metcalfe. 4. Robert A. Hatcher. 5. Richard P. Bland.

20. John H. Starin. 21. Solomon Bundy. 22. George A. Bagley. 23. William J. Bacon. 24. William H. Baker. 23. Frank Hiscock. 26. Johu H. Camp. 27. Elbridge G. Lapham. 28. Jeremiah W. Dwight. 29. John N. Hungerford. 30. E. Kirke Hart. | 31. Charles B. Benedict. 32. Daniel N. Lockwood. 33. George W. Patterson.

6. Charles H. Morgan. 7. Thos. T. Crittenden, 8 Benj. T. Franklin. 9 David Rea. 10. Henry M. Pollard. 11. Job B. Clark, Jr. 12. John M. Glover. 13. Alyett H. Buckner.

Nebraska —1. 1. Frank Welch.

Nevada -1. 1. Thos. Wren.

New Hampshire - 3. 1. Frank Jones. 2. James F. Briggs. 3. Henry W. Blair.

New Jersey -7. 1. Clement H. Sinnickson. 2. John H. Pugh. 3. Miles Ross. 4. Alvah A. Clark, 5. Augustus W. Cutler, 6. Thomas B. Peddie. 7. A. A. Hardenburgh.

New York — 33. 1 James W. Covert. 2. William D. Veeder. 3. S. B. Chittenden. 4. Archibald M. Bliss. 5. Nicholas Muller. 6. Samuel S. Cox. 7. Anthony Eickhoff. 8. Anson G. McCook. 9. Fernando Wood. 10. Abram S. Hewitt. 11. Benjamin A. Willis. 12. Clarkson N. Potter. 13. John H. Ketcham. 14. George M. Beebe. · 15. Stephen L. Mayham. 16. Terence J. Quinn. 17 Martin I. Townsend. 18. Andrew Williams. 19. Amaziah B. James.

North Carolina-8. 1. Jesse J. Yeates. 2. Curtis H. Brogden. 3. Alfred M. Waddell. 4. Joseph Davis. 5. Alfred M. Scales. 6. Walter L. Steele. 7. William M. Robbius. 8. Robert B. Vance.

Ohio - 20. 1. Milton Sayler. 2. Henry B. Banning. 3. Mills Gardner. 4. John A. McMahon. 5. Americus V. Rice. 6. Jacob D. Cox. h. Henry L. Diokey. 8. J. Warren Keifer. 9. Johu S. Jones. 10. Charles Fosser. 11. Henry S. Neal. 12. Thomas Ewing. 13. Milton I. Southard.. 14. Ebenezer B. Finley. 15. Nelson H. Van Vorhes. 16. Lorenzo Danford. 17. Cornelius McKinley, Jr. 18. James Monroe. 19. James A. Garfield. 20. Amos Townsend.

Oregon - 1. | 1. Richard Williams.

Pennsylvania -27. | 9. W. P. Caldwell. 1. Chapman Freemau.

10. Casey Young. 2. Charles O'Neill.

Texas -6. 3. Samuel J. Randall. 4. William D. Kelley.

1. John H. Reagan. 5. Alfred C. Harmer.

2. D. B. Culberson.

3. J. W. Throckmorton. 6. William Ward. 7. I. Newton Evans.

4. R. Q. Mills. 8. Heister Clymer.

5. D. Č. Giddings. 9. A. Herr Smith.

6. Gustave Schleicher. 10. Samuel A. Bridges.

Vermont — 3. 11. Francis 1). Collins. 12. Hendrick B. Wright. 1. Charles H. Joyce. 13. James B. Rielly.

2. Dudley C. Denison. 14, John W. Killinger.

3. George W. Hendee. 15. Edward Overton, Jr. 16. John I. Mitchell.

Virginia — 9. 17. Jacob M. Campbell. 1. B. B. Douglass. 18. William S. Stenger.

2. John Goode, Jr. 19. Levi Maish.

3. Gilbert C. Walker. 20. L. A. Mackey.

4. Joseph Jorgensen, 21. Jacob Turpey.

5. George C. Cabell. 22. Russell Errett.

6. John R. Tucker. 23. Thomas M. Bayne. 7. John T. Harris. 21. William S. Shellenberger.

8. Eppa Hunton. 25. Harry White.

9. A. L. Pridemore. 26. John M. Thompson. 27. Lewis F. Watson.

West Virginia — 3.

1. Benjamin Wilson. Rhode Island - 2. 2. Benjamin F. Martin. 1. Benjamin T. Eames.

3. Johů E. Kenna. 2. Latimer W. Ballou.

Wisconsin-8.
South Carolina — 5.

1. Charles G. Williams. 1. Joseph H. Rainey.

2. Lucien B. Caswell. 2. Richard H. Cain.

3. George C. Hazelton. 3. D. Wyatt Aiken.

4. William Pitt Lynde. 4. John H. Evans.

5. Edward S. Bragg. 5. Robert Smalls.

6. Gabriel Bouck.

7. R. L. Humphrey. Tennessee - 10.

8. Thaddeus C. Pound. 1. James H. Randolph. 2. J. M. Thornburgh.

TERRITORIAL DELEGATES. 3. George G. Dibrell.

Arizona -1. 4. H. Y. Riddle. 5. John M. Bright.

1. Hiram S. Stevens. 6. John F. House.

Dakota – 1. 7. W. C. Whitthorne. 8. J. D. C. Atkins.

| 1. Jefferson P. Kidder.

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Idaho-1. 1. Stephen S. Feun.

Montana - 1. 1. Martin Maginnis.

New Mexico - 1. 1. Trinidad Romero.

Utah - 1. 1. George Q. Cannon.

Washington-1. 1. Orange Jacobs.

Wyoming-1. | 1. William W. Corlett.

CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS,

AS ESTABLISHED BY CAAP. 798, LAWS OF 1873, PASSED

JUNE 18, 1873.

DISTRIOTO.

1.-The counties of Suffolk, Queens and Richmond shall

compose the first district. II. The first, second, fifth, sixth, eighth, tenth, twelftb · and twenty-second wards of the city of Brooklyn county of Kings, shall compose the second district. The third, fourth, seventh, eleventh, thirteenth, pine. teenth and twentieth wards of the city of Brooklyn, county of Kings, and the twenty-first ward of said city, as bounded by section two of chapter eight hun. dred and fourteen of the laws of eighteen hundred

and sixty-eight, shall compose the third district. IV.-The ninth ward of the city of Brooklyn, county of

Kings, as bounded by section one of chapter eight hundred and fourteen of the laws of eighteen hundred and sixty-eight, the fourteenth, fifteenth, six. teenth, seventeenth and eighteenth wards of said city, and the towns of Flatbush, Flatlands, Grave. send, New Lots and New Utrecht, in the county

of Kings, shall compose the fourth district. V.-The first, second, third, fourth, fifth, sixth, eighth and

fourteenth wards of the city of New York, Bedloe's Island. Ellis Island and Governor's Island shall com

pose the fifth district.
VI.-The seventh, eleventh and thirteenth wards of New

York city shall compose the sixth district.
VII.-The tenth and seventeenth wards of New York city

shall compose the seventh district. VII.-The ninth, fifteenth and sixteenth wards of New

York city, and that portion of the eighteenth ward lying within Fourteenth street, Twenty-sixth street, and Fourth and Sixth avenues, shall compose the

eighth district. IX-So much of the twentieth ward of New York city as

lies within Twenty-sixth street, Fortieth Street,
Seventh avenue and the Hudson river, and so much
of the twelfth and twenty-second wards as lies within
Fortieth street, Spuyten Duyvel creek, Eighth avenue
and Hudson river, shall compose the ninth district.
So much of the eighteenth ward of New York city as
is east of Fourth avenue, and so much of the pine-
teenth and twenty-first wards of said city as is east of
Third avenue, and Blackwell's Island, shall compose
the tenth district.
So much of the twentieth ward of New York city as
lies within Twerty-sixth street, Fortieth street, Sixth
and Seventh avenues, and so much of the twelfth and

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