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age. SenatorsA citizen of the United States, and two years of the district or county in which he may be elected, have paid a State and county tax, and thirty years of age. Representatives—A citizen of the United States, an inhabitant of this state, and one year of the county in which he may be chosen, have paid a State or county tax, and 25 years of age. Electors or Voters-One year's residence in the State, next preceding the election, having paid or been charged with a State or county tax. Judges are appointed by the joint ballot of the two houses of the general assembly, for seven years.

INDIANA.—Governor A citizen of the United States ten years, and of this State five years, and thirty years of age. Senators—A citizen of the United States, and of this State two years, and the last year of the county or district for which he may be chosen, have paid a State or county tax, and twenty-five years of age. RepresentativesA citizen of the United States, an inhabitant of this State and of the county for which he may be elected, one year, have paid a State or county tax, and 21 years of age. Electors or Voters-One year's residence in the State immediately preceding the election, entitles him to vote in the county where he resides. Judges of the supreme court are appointed by the governor, with the consent of the senate; presidents of the circuit courts by the legislature; associate judges by the people; each seven years.

ILLINOIS.—Governor-A citizen of the United States thirty years, and two years of this State, thirty years of age, and ineligible for two successive terms. Senators—A citizen of the United States, the last year of the district where he may be chosen, paid a state or county tax, and 25 years of age. RepresentativesA citizen of the United States, and an inhabitant of the State and of the county where he may be chosen one year, paid a State or county tax, and 21 years old. Electors, or Voters-Residence in the State six months, but can vote only in the county where he actually resides. Judges are appointed by the general assembly and hold office during good behavior.

MISSOURI.—Governor-A native citizen of the United States, and resident of this State four years, and thirty-five years of age. SenatorsA citizen of the United States, and of this State four years, and of the district one year, and having paid a State or county tax, and thirty years of age. Representatives--A citizen of the Uni . ted States, and of this State two years, of the county where he may be chosen one year, paid a State or county tax, and 24 years

of

age. Electors or voters—A citizen of the United States, and one year's residence in this State, next preceding the election, and three months in the county. Judges are appointed by the governor, by and with consent of the senate, and hold office during good behavior.

MICHIGAN.—Governor-A citizen of the United States five years, and a resident of the State for two years immediately preceding the election. Senators“A citizen of the United States, and a qualified elector in the county he represents. Representatives-A citizen of the United States, and qualified electors in the counties they represent. Electors or VotersTwenty-one years of age, and six months residence next preceding election. Judges of the supreme court are appointed by the governor, by advice and consent of the Senate, for the term of 7 years, other judges by the people, for 4 years.

ARKANSAS.-Governor--A native of Arkansas or of the United States or a resident of Arkansas ten years, previous to the adoption of the constitution, and a resident 4 years before election. SenatorsA citizen of the United States, a resident of the State one year, and 30 years of age. RepresentativesA citizen of the United States, a resident of the county he represents, and 25 years of age. Electors, or Voters—Twenty-one years of age, and a resident of the State the six months preceding election. Judges of the supreme and circuit courts are appointed by the general assembly; the former for 8 years,

and the circuit court for 4 years.

MILITARY FORCE, APPORTIONMENT OF ARMS FOR 1838, (UNDER THE ACT QF 1808, FOR ARMING AND EQUIPPING THE WHOLE BODY OF THE MILITIA,) AND REVOLUTIONARY PENSIONERS.

States and Territories.

Date of Number of No. of arms Revolutionary | Deaths return.

in militia.

apportioned male pensioners

in muskets. I living Nov. 1839. 1839. Maine, 1838 43,901

462
1,695

87 New Hampshire,

1838
28,185 297

1,588

113 Massachusetts, 1838 46,354 488

3,124

232 Vermont, 1824 25,581

270

1,961

130 Rhode Island, 1832 5,488

59

636

54 Connecticut, 1838 29,950

315
1,899

89 New York,

1838 179,276

1,887

6,844 273 New Jersey,

1829
39,171
413

960

44 Pennsylvania,

1834
202,181 2,128

2,100

76 Delaware, 1827 9,229

98

18 Maryland, 1839 46,864 494

200

16 Virginia, 1838 102,574 1,079

1,974

111 North Carolina,

1838
65,218 686

1,260

54 South Carolina, 1833 51,112

538

574

10 Georgia, 1838 48,569 512

484 Alabama, 1838 29,632

312

347 Louisiana, 1830 14,808

155

32 Mississippi,

1838
36,084
380

49
Tennessee,
1830 72,991
768

68 Kentucky, 1838 75,926 799

1,930

70 Ohio, 1836 173,214 1,823

2,114 Indiana, 1833 53,913 567

676

9 Illinois,

1831
27,386 288

13 Missouri,

1835
6,170
65

183
Arkansas,
1825 2,028

22

33 Michigan, 1831 5,476

57 Florida Territory, 1831 2,413

25

17

3 Wisconsin Territory, no return.

4 District of Columbia, 1832 1,249

13

58 1,424,943 15,000

32,925 1,588

1,777

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LIST OF UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES IN THE UNITED STATES.

Name,

Place.

Vols.
Stu-

Foun-
in Col.
dents

ded. Libr's.

(15 Union

22

do.

Bowdoin College Brunswick, Me. 2 Waterville*

Waterville, do.
Dartmouth

Hanover,

N. H. University of Vermont Burlington, Vt. 15 Middlebury

Middlebury,

do. 6 Norwich University Norwich, do. 17 Harvard do.

Cambridge, Mass. 8 Williams

Williamstown,

do. Amherst

Amherst,

do. 10 Brown University Providence, R.I. 11 Yale

New Haven,

Ct. 12 Washingtont

Hartford,

do. 13 Wesleyan Universityf Middletown, do. 14 Columbiat

New-York, N. Y.
Schenectady,

do. 16 Hamilton

Clinton,

do. 17 Hamilton Lit. & Theol.* Hamilton,

do. 18 Genevat

Geneva,

do. 19 University of N. York New-York, do. 20 Brockport*

Brockport,

do. 21 College of N. Jersey Princeton, N. J. Rutgers

N. Brunswick do. 23 Univer. of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, Penn. 24 Dickinson

Carlisle, do. 125 Jefferson

Canonsburg, do. 26 Washington

Washington, do. 27 Alleghanyi

Meadville, do. 28 Western University Pittsburg, 29 Pennsylvania

Gettysburg, do. 30 Lafayette

Easton,

do. 31 Marshall

Mercersburg, do. 32 Newark

Newark, Del. 33 St. John's 34 St. Mary's

Annapolis, Md.

Baltimore, do. 35 Mount St. Mary's Emmelsburg, do. 36 Mount Hope

Near Baltimore, do. 37 University of Md. Baltimore, 38 Georgetowng

Georgetown, D. C. 39 Columbian*

Washington, do. 40 William and Maryt

Williamsburg,

Va. 41 Hampden Sidney Prince Ed. Co., do. 42 Washington

Lexington,

do. 43 University of Virginia

Charlottesville, do. 144 Randolph-Maconf Boydton, do. 45 University of N. Carolina

Chapel-Hill, N. C. 46 Davidson

Mecklenb'g Co., do. 47 College of S. Carolina

Columbia, S. C. 48 Charleston

Charleston,

do. 49 University of Georgia

Athens,

Ga. 150 Oglethorpe

Midway,

do. 51 University of Alabama Tuscaloosa,

Ala. 52 Lagranget,

Lagrange,

do. 53 Spring Hilig 154 Jefferson

Spring

Hill,

Washington, Mi. 155 Oakland

Oakland, do. 56 Mississippi

Clinton,

do. 57 Kemper

Kemper Co.,

do. 158 Louisiana

Jackson,

La. 159 Jefferson

St. Jas. Park, do. 60 Greenville

Greenville, Tenn. 61 Washington

Wash. Co.,

do. 62 University of Nashville

Nashville, do. 63 East Tennessee

Knoxville, do. 64 Jackson

Near Columbia, do. 65 Transylvania

Lexington, 66 St. Joseph'sg

Bardstown,

do. 67 Centre

Danville, do. 68 Augustas

Augusta,

do. 69 Cumberland

Princeton, do. \70 Bacon*

11

Georgetown. do.

124 8,000 1794

80 4,500 1820 231 6,000 1770 105 6,200 1791 157 2,330 1800

80 1,000 1834 21944,000 1638 120 3,000 1793 206 4,300 1821 187 6,000|1764 403 10,500 1700 54 2,000 1824 135 3,000 1831

99 8,000 1754 301 5,350 1795 101 2,500 1812 65 1,600 1819 28 1,200 1823 226

1831

1833 240| 7,000 1746

93 3,000 1770 107 2,400 1755 128 3,000 1783 171 1,000 1802 107 2,400 1806 38 8,000 1815

225 1820 118 500 1832 72 425 1826 49 1836 55 600 1833 108 2,700 1784 190|12,000 1799 131 7,000 1830 45 1832

1812 134 12,000 1799

40 4,000 1821 111 3,600 1693 601 5,000 1774

40 1,500 1812 230 15,000 1819 103

1831 145 3,000 1791

1837 150|10,000j1804

|1785 127| 4,500|1785

1838 101 3,500 1828 144

200/1831 85

1830 50 2,000 1802 100

1831 60 1,000 1830

do.

do.

25 1,200/1825 138 1,008 1831 43 4,000 1794 35

500|1794 125 2,200 1806

90 3,000 1807 100 1,250 1830

62 2,400/1798 130 5,000 1819 66 1,600 1822 75 2,000 1823 72 500 1825 203) 1,200 1836

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Remarks.--The Colleges marked thus (*) are under the direction of the Baptists; thus (t) Episcopalians; thus (1) Methodists; thus (9) Catholics.

SUMMARY OF THE PRINCIPAL RELIGIOUS DENOMINATIONS IN THE

UNITED STATES.

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PRINCIPAL RAILROADS FINISHED OR IN PROGRESS IN THE

UNITED STATES.

Names.

States.

Places Connected.

Miles.

92%

Pa.

e

Eastern Railroad.
Mass. Boston and Newburyport.

33 Boston and Lowell, Mass.

25 Boston and Worcester,

Mass.

Boston and west line of the state. 160 Providence and Stonington, R. I. and Con.

47 Norwich and Worcester, Mass. & Con.

58 Hartford and New Haven, Con.

40 Utica and Schenectady, N. Y.

84 Troy and Ballston, N. Y.

25 Mohawk and Hudson, N. Y. Albany and Schenectady.

16 Saratoga and Schenectady, N. Y.

223 Utica and Syracuse, N. Y.

50 Auburn and Syracuse, N. Y.

25 Lockport and Niagara Falls, N. Y.

20 Buffalo and Niagara Falls, N. Y.

23 Tonawanda,

N. Y.
Rochester and Attica.

47 Ithaca and Owego, N. Y.

29 New York and Erie,

N. Y.
Hudson River and Lake Erie.

340 N.J.

15 Jersey City and Paterson, N.J.

58 Jersey City and Trenton, Camden and Amboy, N.J.

61 Philadelphia and Trenton, Pa, and N.J.

26 Philadelphia and Columbia, Pa.

815 Philadelphia and Baltimore, Pa. De. & Md. Philadelphia and Norristown, Pa.

17 Pa. Philadelphia and Reading,

56 Central,

Danville and Pottsville.

443 Pa.

37 Lancaster and Harrisburg, Westchester,

Pa.
Westchester and Columbia R.R.

9 Baltimore and Susquehanna,

Md. and Pa. Baltimore, through York to
Wrightsville.

70 Williamsport and Elmira, Pa.

74 Reading and Port Clinton, Pa.

20 Little Schuylkill,

Pa.

Port Clinton and Tamaqua. 20 Cumberland Valley,

Pa.

Harrisburg and Chambersburg. 49 Wrightsville and Gettysburg,

42 Newcastle and Frenchtown, De.

163 Baltimore and Ohio,

Md.

Completed to Harper's Ferry. 80 Baltimore and Washington, Md. and D. C.

40 Winchester,

Va.
Winchester and Harper's

Ferry. 30 Richmond and Potomac,

Va.

Richmond and Potomac River, 75 Richmond and Petersburg, Va.

21 Petersburg and Roanoke, Va. and N.C. Petersburg and Blakely.

60 Portsmouth and Roanoke, Va. and N. C. Portsmouth and Weldon.

80 Roanoke and Greensville Va. and N.C. Hickford and Gaston.

18 N.C.

86 Raleigh and Gaston, Wilmington and Raleigh, N.C.

Wilmington and Halifax.

161 South Carolina,

S. C.
Charleston and Hamburg.

135 Central,

Ga.
Savannah and Macon.

200 Monroe,

Ga.
Macon and Forsyth.

25 Georgia,

Ga.
Augusta and Decatur.

160 Tuscumbia and Decatur, Aa.

45 Montgomery and Chattahoochie, Aa.

85 Mi.

Montgomery and West Point. Vicksburg,

Vicksburg and Jackson.

54 Jackson and Brandon, Mi.

8 Grand Gulf and Port Gibson, Mi. New Orleans and Nashville, La. and Mi.

500 Clinton and Port Hudson, La.

28 ôt. Francisville and Woodville, La.

28 Memphis and La Grange, Ten.

50 Mad River,

0.

Dayton and Sandusky City. 153 Lexington and Ohio,

Ky.
Louisville and Lexington.

90 Central,

Mic.
Detroit and St. Joseph's.

180 Detroit and Pontiac, Mic.

30 Erie and Kalamazoo,

Mic.
Toledo and Marshall.

90 Madison and Lafayette, Ind.

150 Lawrenceburg and Indianapolis, Ind.

90

Pa.

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