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they are chosen, on the second day of December, and give in their ballots for President and Vice-President.

Settled.

Dist. fr. Pop. Wash.

309,978 1633{ New Haven..14,390 320

Population, Square Miles, &c. of the United States.

2,257,374 sq. m.; 17,357,226 INHAB. Capital, Washington, 23,346 inhab.; lat. 383 N., long. 77 W.

New England States.
Division,
Sq. m. Pop.

Capital
Maine.

.35,000

501,793 1630 Augusta ..5,314 600 N. Hampshire .9,500 284,574 1632 Concord .4,897 450 Vermont .10,000 291,948 1724 Montpelier. .3,725 500 Massachusetts..7,750 737,699 1620 Boston .93,383 436 Riode Island ..1,250 108,830 1636 Providence...23,171 410 Connecticut....4,760

Middle States. New York ....46,000 2,428,921 1614 Albany.. ..33,721 387 New Jersey .7,800 373,396 1624 Trenton.. 4,035 167 Pennsylvania . .47,000 1,724,033 1682 Harrisburg....5,980 100 Delaware ......2,100 78,085 1627 Dover. ..3,790 100

Southern States. Maryland .....10,000 469,232 1634 Annapolis ....2,792 33 Virginia.......68,000 1,239,797 1607 Richmond ... 20,153 123 N. Carolina....50,000 753,419 1650 Raleigh

.2,244 288 S. Carolina. .32,000 594,398 1670 Columbia.....4,340 490 Georgia. . .61,000 691,392 1733 Milledgeville..2,000 635 Alabama .52,000 590,756 1783 Tuscaloosa ...2,000 880 Mississippi .48,000 375,651 1716 Jackson ... ..1,000 1190 Louisiana .49,000 352,411 1699 N. Orleans..102,193 1260

Western States.
Tennessee. .43,000 829,210 1765 Nashville.....6,929 720
Kentucky .40,000 779,828 1775 Frankfort ...1,917 565
Ohio.. .45,000 1,519,467 1788 Columbus.. 6,048 418
Michigan.

.63,000
212,267 1670 Detroit......

...9,102 556 Indiana

.36,000 685,866 1730 Indianapolis .. 2,692 603 Illinois .59,000 476,183 1749 Springfield ...2,579 850 Missouri .63,000 383,702 1663 Jefferson City 1,000 950 Arkansas. .55,000 97,574 1685 Little Rock :.1,000 1000

Territories. Dist. of Col.......100 43,712 Washington .23,364 Florida... .54,000 54,477 1665 Tallahassee...1,616 896 125,000 30,945

Madison ....1,712 700 Iowa.. .100,000 43,112 Burlington ...1,000 650 *Oregon. .600,000 100,000 1811 † Astoria ..30 2350 *Missouri. .548,000 108,800 Indian .190,000 94,260 Council Bluff...... 1050 Dacotah.

* Inhabited by Indians principally.
† Settlement commenced by John J. Astor, Esq., 1811.

Wisconsin....

Years. 1821 1822 1823 1824 1825 1826 1827 1828 1829 1830

Imports and Exports of the United States,

In each year (ending 30th September) since 1820.
Imports.
Exports.

Years.

Imports. $62,585,724 $64,974,382

1831 $103,191,124 83,241,541 74,160,281

1832 101,029,266 77,579,267 74,699,030

1833 108,118,311 80,549,007 75,986,057

1834 126,521,332 96,310,075 99,535,183

1835 149,895,742 84,074,477 77,595,322

1836 189,980,035 79,481,068 82,324,827

1837 140,989,217 88,509,824 72,264,686

1838 113,717,404 74,492,527 72,358,60!

1839

102,092,132 70,876,920 73,849,508

1840 104,305,891

Exports. $81,310,583

77,176,943 90, 140,433 81,024,162 121,693,557 127,663,040 117,419,376 108,486,616 121,023,416 131,571,950

Cities of the United States.

Por:
Portland, Me... 15,218 | Philadelphia, Pa.
Boston, Mass...

.93,383 Pittsburg, Pa.... Salem, Mass.

15,082 Lancaster, Pa. Lowell, Mass.

. 20,796 | Chicago, Ill.. Providence, R. I... .23,171 | Baltimore, Md. New London, Ct. -5,519 Annapolis, Md. . Norwich, Ct.

4,200 Washington, D. C. Hartford, Ct.

12,793 Alexandria, D.C. New Haven, Ct. .14,390 Richmond, Va... Middletown, Ct. .3,511 Charleston, S. C.. New York, N. Y.. .312,710 Savannah, Ga... Brooklyn, N. Y... .36,233 St. Augustine, Fa. Hudson, N. Y..... .5,672 Tallahassee, Fa..... Albany, N.Y.

.33,721 | Mobile, Ala.. Schenectady, N. Y. .6,784 | New Orleans, La. Troy, N. Y..

.19,334 Natchez, Miss... Utica, N. Y.

..12,782 St. Louis, Mo. Rochester, N. Y...... ..20,191 Louisville, Ky... Buffalo, N.Y...

18,213 Nashville, Tenn. Newark, N. J.

..17,290 Cincinnati, O. Burlington, N. J.. ..3,250 | Detroit, Mich.

Pop: 228,691 .21,115 .8,417

.4,470 .102,313

2,792 .23,364

.8,459 .20,153 .29,261 .11,214 .2,459

1,616 18,741 102,193

.4,800 .35,979 21,210 .6,929 .46,338 .9,102

States,

States.

States.

Rep.

Apportionment of Representation. By an act of Congress passed June, 1842, the States are entitled to one Representative for every 70,680 inhabitants. This will give a total of 223, besides three Delegates from the Territories. Each State is required to be divided into districts, corresponding in number to the representatives to be elected, each of which shall choose one. Rep:

Rep.
Maine .... .7 Maryland. .6 Kentucky

10 New Hampshire...4 Virginia

15 Ohio

.21 Vermont. .4 North Carolina....9 i Michigan

.3 Massachusetts 10 South Carolina....7 | Indiana..

10 Rhode Island. .2 Georgia

.8 Illinois

7 Connecticut. .4 Alabama.

.7 Missouri.. New York .34 Mississippi.

4

Territories. New Jersey.

.5 Louisiana. .4 Florida, (del.) Pennsylvania .24 | Arkansas

.1 Wisconsin 16 Delaware.. .1 Tennessee

11 | Iowa

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Supreme Court.
Residence.

Appointed. Salary. Roger B. Taney,.. Maryland, Chief Justice.......1836 $5,000 Joseph Story, . Massachusetts, . . Associate Justice. ..1811.-4,500 Smith Thompson,. New York,.

..1823..4,500 John McLean,.,..Ohio,...

..1829..4,500 Henry Baldwin, .. Pennsylvania,

..1830..4,500 John M. Wayne,.. Georgia,

..1835..4,500 John McKinley, - . Alabama,

..1837..4,500 John Catron, ..... Tennessee,

..1837..4,500 Peter Y. Daniel, .. Virginia,

..1841..4,500 Hugh S. Legare, .Washington, ... Attorney-General... .4,000 Richard Peters,... Philadelphia, . Reporter.

1,000 William T. Carroll, Washington,

Clerk....

.1,000 Alexander Hunter, Washington, ...Marshul.

..Fees. The Supreme Court is held in Washington on the second Mon. day of January, annually.

Circuit Courts.

First Circuit.

Presiding Judge. Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island... Story.

Second Circuit. Vermont, Connecticut, and New York.

Thompson. Third Circuit. New Jersey and Pennsylvania.....

Baldwin. Fourth Circuit. Delaware and Maryland......

.Taney. Fifth Circuit. Virginia and North Carolina....

.Daniel Sixth Circuit. South Carolina and Georgia.

Wayne. Seventh Circuit. Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, and Michigan.

...McLean. Eighth Circuit. Kentucky, Tennessee, and Missouri.....

Catron. Ninth Circuit. Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Arkansas. . McKinley

The Circuit Courts are held in the several districts of each circuit, the district judge acting as associate justice.

There is a local court held in the District of Columbia.

District Courts.

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S.D: Samuel A. Betts, S Pa. {

Va. {W.D.I.B.Pennybacker W. G. Singleton,: Sames Points:

Districte. Juriges.

Attorneys.
Marshals.

Clerks. Maine, Ashur Ware,... John Holmes, J.D. Kinsman,. John Mussey. N. Hamp. Matth. Harvey,. 'Joel Eastman, J. W. Kelley,.. C. W. Cutter. Vermont, Samuel Prentiss, Charles Davis, Wm. Barron,.. Jesse Gove. Mass.......

Peleg Sprague, Franklin Dexter,. S. Lincoln, F. Bassett. R. Island, John Pitman,... R. W. Greene, s. Hartshorn, . J. T. Pitman. Connecticut, A. T. Judson, Charles Chapman, J. B. Eldridge, C. A. Ingersoll. N.Y.

J. A. Spencer,.... C. Robinson,.. R. B. Miller. N. Jersey,.. P. Dickerson, .. J. S. Greene, J. S. Darcy,... R. D. Spencer.

E. D.. J. Hopkinson,.. W. M. Meredith, · Isaac Otis, F. Hopkinson.

W.D. Thomas Irwin,. Cor. Darragh, H.C. Bossler,.. E. J. Roberts. Delaware,.. Willard Hall,.. J. A. Bayard, D. C. Wilson, .W.A.Mendenhal. Maryland,.. Upton S. Heath, N. Williams, N. Snyder,.. Thomas Spicer. E.

E. Christian,.. R. Jeffries. N. Carolina, Henry Potter, W. H. Haywood, Bev’ly Daniel, W. H. Haywood S. Carolina,' R. B. Gilchrist. E. McCreary, T. C. Condy... James Jarvey. Georgia,.. John C. Nicoll,. R. M. Charlton,.. W. J. Davis,.. George Glenn. S. D. Wm. Crawford, Jer. Clemens, George W. Gayle, R.L.Crawford, D. Files.

B. Patterson,..C. R. Clifton. Miss. | N.D. s. J. Gholson, .. R. M. Gaines,..

S. F. Butterworth, A.K.McClung.
S. D.

A. Miller,

William Burns.
E.D.
La.
Abner N. Ogden, H. Taylor,

Bailie Peyton,.... M. Marigney.
W.D.

C. N. Garrett,. J. Lessassier.
W.D.

H. W. McCorry,.. R. I. Chester. Ten. M.D. B. Brown,......

R. J. Meigs, s. B. Marshall, N. A. McNairy. E. D.

J. A. McKinney, R. M. Woods, W. C. Mynatt. Kentucky,.. T. B. Monroe,.. P.S.Loughborough J. M. McCalla. J. H. Hanya. Ohio, H. A. Leavitt,.. Israel Hamilton,.. J. Patterson, William Miner. Indiana, J. L. Holman,.. C. Cushing,.. R. Hanna,

Henry Hurst. Illinois, Nathaniel Pope, J. Butterfield,.. Wm. Prentiss, Wm. H. Brown. Missouri,... Rob't. W.Wells, M. Blair, W. H. Russell, Joseph Gamble. Michigan, Ross Wilkins,.. George C. Bates, . Josh. Howard. Arkansas, .. Benj. Johnson, . Absalom Fowler,. T. W. Newton. Dist. Col. .. William Cranch, Francis S. Key, Alex. Hunter,./W. Brent.

Ala.N.D.

Presidents of Congress, from 1774 to 1788.
From

Elected
Peyton Randolph, Virginia,

September 5, 1774. Henry Middleton, .South Carolina, .October 22, 1774. Peyton Randolph, Virginia,

May 10, 1775. John Hancock,

Massachusetts, ..May 24, 1775. Henry Laurens, South Carolina, November 1, 1777. John Jay,

. New York, December 10, 1778. Samuel Huntington, ...Connecticut, .September 28, 1779. Thomas McKean, Delaware, ..July 10, 1781. John Hanson, .Maryland,

November 5, 1781. Elias Boudinot,

New Jersey,

November 4, 1782. Thomas Mifflin, .Pennsylvania, November 3, 1783. Richard Henry Lee, . Virginia,

November 30, 1786. Nathaniel Gorham, ....Massachusetts, ... June 6, 1786. Arthur St. Clair, ..Pennsylvania,

. February

2, 1787. Cyrus Griffin,.. Virginia,

January

22 1788.

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Names.

Signers of the Declaration of Independence.
Where Age in

Where Age in
born. 1776.
Names.

born. 1776. NEW HAMPSHIRE.

James Smith, Ireland.

66 Josiah Bartlett,......N. H.-.47 George Taylor,

..60 William Whipple,...Maine. .40 James Wilson,.. ... Scot....34 Matthew Thornton,..Ireland. 62 George Ross,.... .Del.....46

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MASSACHUSETTS.

DELAWARE. John Hancock, . Mass. ..39 Cæsar Rodney, Del.....46 Samuel Adams,

..54 George Read, .......Md. ....42 John Adams,

..41 Thomas McKean,... Penn. ..42 Robert T. Paine,

..45 Elbridge Gerry,.....

MARYLAND.

Samuel Chase, Maryl...35 RHODE ISLAND.

William Paca, Stephen Hopkins,...R. Isl...69 Thomas Stoné,..

..36 William Ellery,..... ..49 Charles Carroll,.

..39

..32

..36

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CONNECTICUT.

VIRGINIA. Roger Sherman,..... Mass. ..55 Samuel Huntington,. Conn. ..44 George Wythe,..... Vir.....50

Richard H. Lee,...." William Williams,

..44 ..45

.33 Oliver Wolcott, ....

Thomas Jefferson,... .50

Benjamin Harrison,.. "

Thomas Nelson,
NEW YORK.
Francis L. Lee,

42 William Floyd, ..L. Is....42 Carter Braxton,..

..40 Philip Livingston,...N. York.60 Francis Lewis,.. S.Wales.63

NORTH CAROLINA. Lewis Morris,....

N.York. 50

William Hooper, Mass. ,.34
Joseph Hewes,.

.....N. Jer...46 NEW JERSEY.

John Penn,

Vir.....35 Richard Stockton,...N. Jer... 46 .John Witherspoon,.. Scot....

.54

South CAROLINA.
Francis Hopkinson,.. Penn. ..39
John Hart,

.N. Jer... - Edward Rutledge,...S. Car. .27 Abraham Clark,

..50 Thomas Heyward, .. ..30 Thomas Lynch,

..27 Arthur Middleton,.

.33 PENNSYLVANIA. Robert Morris, .Eng....43

GEORGIA. Benjamin Rush, .... Penn...31 Benjamin Franklin,. . Mass. ..70 Button Gwinnett, Eng....44 John Morton, ...Del.....52 Lyman Hall,

.......Conn...45 George Clymer,.....Penn, ..37 | George Walton,.. Vir.....36

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