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THE

National Calendar,

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ANNALS

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THE UNITED STATES;

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MDCCCXXXII.

VOL. X.

BY PETER FORCE.

PUBLISHED ANNUALLY.

WASHINGTON CITY:

PRINTED AND PUBLISH ED BY PETER FORCE.

SOLD BY THOMPSON & Homans, Washinglon; HILLIARD, GRAY & co.,
LILLI & WAIT, AND CARTER & H ENDEE, Boston; G. & c. & 8. CAR-
VILL, AND E BLISS, New York; CAREY & HART, AND JOHI GRIGG,
Philadelphia; F. LUCAS, JR. AND W. & J. NEALE, Baltimore;
HALL, Norfolk; RICHARD D. SANXAY, Richmond; GALES & SON,
AND TURNER & HUGHES, Raleigh; AND W. H. JERRET, Charleston

1832.

NEW APPORTIONMENT OF REPRESENTATIVES.

M:ine

Tables are given in pages, 159, 160, and 161, showing the Population, the number of Representatives, and the Fractions unrepresented in each State, according to the apportionments under the 1st, 2d, 3d and 4th Census, respectively; the ; opulation of each State, according to the 5th Census; and calculations for the apportionment of Representatives under the 5th Census, for the numbers 48,000 to 55,000, inclusive, of the representative population : annexed is a statement of the number of Representatives to which each State will be entitled, with the fractions, at a ratio of 47,700, the number agreed to in the House of Representatives, February 15, 1832. STATES. Members. Fractions.' STATES. Members. Fractions.

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17,833 Norti Carolina 13

19,647 New Hampshire 30,826 South Carolina 9

25,725 Massachusetts 12 38,007 Georgia

511 Rhode Island

1,799 Kentucky

13

1,732 Connecticut

6
11,465 Tennessee

13

5,163 Vermont

42,147 Ohio

19

29,582 New York 40

5,101 Louisiana

3

28,804 New Jersey

33,722 Indiana

7

9,130 Pennsylvania 28 12,472 Mississippi

14,953 Delaware

1
27,732 11:inois

14,047 Maryland

24,243 Alabama

5

24,008 Virginia

21
21,803 Missouri

35,019 Making the whole number of Representatives two hundred and forty; and the total unrepresented fractions of all the States, 475,478. The number of votes for President and Vice President, will, according to this apportionment, be two hundred and eighty-eight, making an increase of twenty-seven.

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The Total amounts at the end of page 163 should be, in the first column, $382,658 40, and in the second column, $239,200 80, instead of the sums there given.

Page 13, line 9 from the bottom, for choosenread choosing."

Enfered according 10 Act of Congress, in the year 1832, by Peter Force,

in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the District of Columbia.

First American Congress, See page 92. Value and quantities of Merchandise on
The Proceedings of the British Parlia. which duties accrued in 1830

268
ment and of the Colonies, in relation Explanatory Statements in relation to
to the measures which occasioned the Specific Duties

269-273
First Congress of the North American Receipts into the Treasury, in 1830 from
Colonies held in New York, in October, sources other than the Customs and
1765 ; with the Proceedings of the Con Public Lands

273

gress

13–91 Expenditures in 1830–

President of the United States

93

Civil, Miscellaneous, and Foreign Inter-

Vice President

94 course

274

Department of State-Secretary's office 95 Military Establishment,

275

Patent office

96 Naval Establishment

278

Regulations in relation to Patents

96 Public Debt

280

Patent laws of England

99 Statement of the Nett Revenue in 1830 280

New Copy Right law

100 statement of the Receipts, Expenditures,

Commissioners for Claims on Denmark 104 and Appropriations

281

Convention with Denmark

104-106 Commerce of the United States, in 1830 280

Act to provide for adjustment of Claims Navigation of the United States, in 1830 281

on Denmark

106 Commerce of each State, in 1830

282

Convention for adjustment of Claims War Department-Secretary's Office,

with France

287 Requisition, Pension, Indian, and

Publishers of the Laws

164 Bounty Land Bureaus,

126-127

Intercourse with Foreign Nations 174 General Staff of the Army-

Ministers, Consuls, and other Diplomatic

Head Quarters

127

Agents, in Foreign countries 175 Adjutant General's Office

128)

Privileges of Foreign Ministers in the Engineer Department

128

United States

177 Topographical Bureau

129

Ministers, Consuls, &c. of Foreign Na. Ordnance Department

129

tions in the United States

178 Quartermaster's Department

130

Treasury Department

108 Purchasing Department

133

Secretary's Office

109 Pay Departmt nt

133

Offices of the 1st and 2d Comptrol-
Subsistence Department

134

ler

110-115 Medical Department

135

Offices of the 1st, 2d, 3d, 4th and 5th

The Army-

Auditor

115–118 Movements of the Army in 1831 215-217

Solieitor's office

118 Officers, &c. of Engineer Department,

Treasurer's office

119) not in the Army List

218

Register's office

120-122 Civil Engineers under Topographical

General Land office

122! Bureau

Commissioners of Insolvency

123Operations of the Engineer Depart-

Act for the Relief of Insolvent Debtors 124 ment

219-221

Public Lands

180 Proposed Fortifications

Sales of Public Lands in 1831

181 Officers, &c. under the Quarter Master's

Sa es of Public Lands, and quantity and Department, not in Army list

223

value of, in each State in 1830 182-183 Delaware Breakwater

224

Surveyors of Public Lands

184 Pension Agents

225)

Register's of Land offices

184 Pengioners, number of Revolutionary and

Receivers of Public Moneys

185 Invalid in each State

225

Public Lead Mines

220 Militia, kumber in, and Apportionment

The Customs

186 of Arms to, each State

226

Collectors of the Customs; Surveyors; Army List, containing a list of all the

Naval Officers; Appraisers; with the Officers of the Army, with their Rank,

dates of their Commissions

187-191 and the dates of their Commissions,

Table of Fees of officers of the Cus and the regiments to which attached.

toms

192-194 Departments of the Army, Posts and

Officers of the Customs in each District of Arsenals, with the names of permanent

the several States

195-206 Commanders and Sutlers

227-238

Light House Establishment-Superinten Resignations, Deaths, &c., in 1831 239
dents and Keepers of Light Houses 206-210 Military Adademy-Staff

2391

Floating Lights

210 Cadets

240-242

Revenue Cutters-The station of each; Indian Affairs

211

their officers, with the dates of their Indian Agents

211

commmissions

285 Sub-Agents

212

Mint of the United States

265 Interpreters, &c.

212-214

Operations of the Mint

266 Commissioners and Special Agents tem-

Public Debt of the United States

porarily employed

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