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FROM

KER LIBRARY

THE STATES. Sretea

Governor, 1st Jan. 1841. Sılary. Term crnires. Chief Justice Salary. MAINE

Hugh J. Anderson. $1,500 Jan. 1845 Ezekiel Whitman.. $1.800 New-HAMPSHIRL... Henry Hubbard.

1,000 June, 1844

Joel Parker.

1,400 MASSACHUSETTS. *George N. Briggs.

2,500 Jan. 1845.
Lemuel Shaw.

3,000 RRODE ISLAND. *James Fenner. 400 May, 1844. Job Durfee.

650 CONNECTICUT

Chauncey F. Cleveland. 1.000 May, 1844. Thomat S. Williams 1,000 VERMONT.. * John Mattocks..

750 .Oct. 1844. Charles K. Williams 1.375 NEW-YORK.. . William C. Bouck. 4.000 .Jan. 1835. Samuel Nelson.

3,000 New-JERSEY Daniel Haines..

2,000 Oct. 1844. Joseph C. Hornblower... 1,500 PENNSYLVANIA. David R. Porter. 4,000 Jan. 1845. John B. Gibson..

3,6061 DELAWARE.. *William B. Cooper 1,333$ .Jan. 1845. James Booth..

1,200 MARYLAND. .Francis Thomas. 4,200 .Jan. 1845. John Buchanan

2,500 VIRGINIA. .James McDowell

3,333 .Jan. 1846. William H. Cabell. 2,750 NORTH CAROLINA...* John M. Morehead 2,000 Jan. 1845. Thomas Ruffin.

2,500 SOUTH CAROLINA. James H. Hammond. 3,500 .Dec. 1844. GEOROLA.....

*George W. Crawford 3,000 Nov. 1845.
Wilson Shannon.
1,500 Dec. 1844. Ebenezer Lane..

1,500 KENTUCKY.. *Robert P. Letcher.

2.500 Sept. 1844. Ephraim M. Ewing..... 1,500 TENNESSEE. *James C. Jones.

2,000 Oct. 1845. INDIANA. James Whitcomb. 1,500 Dec. 1846. Isaac Blackford

1,500 LLINOIS.. Thomas Ford. 2,000 Dec. 1846. William Wilson.

1,500 MICHGAN. John S. Barry.

1,500 Jan. 1844. Epaphroditus Ransom .. 1.600 MISSOURI Thomas Reynolds.

2,000 Nov. 1844. George Tompkins.. 1.100 ALABAMA Benjamin Fitzpatrick..

2,500 Dec. 1845. Henry W. Collier 2.250 MissiSSIPPI Albert G. Brown,.

3,000 .Jan, 1844. William L. Sharkey 3,000 LOUISIANA Alexander Mouton.. 6,000 .Jan. 1847, • F. X. Martin..

5.000 ARKANSAS Archibald Yell 1,800 .Nov. 1844. Daniel Ringo..

1,500 TERRITORIES. FLORIDA Richard K. Cal.

$2,500 WISCONSIN James D. Doty 2,500 M'ch, 1844. Charles Dunn

1.800 Iowa John Chambers.. 2,500 July, 1844 Charles Mason

1.800 * Whigs.

STATE STATISTICS.

OHIO

(P R E P A Ř ED EXPRESSLY FOR THE WHIG ALMANAC.] States.

Debt.

Annual Revenue. Population, 1840. Maine..

$1,725, 362.
$259,621...

501,793 Massachusetts,

6,264,740.
415,798..

737,698 New-York..

25,173,165

572,917.

2,423,921 Pennsylvania

37,937,788.

702,719.

1,724,033 Maryland...

15,211,393.

255,678.

469,232 Virginia .

7,409,166.

665,057.

1,239,797 South Carolina....

3,764,734.
299,390.

594,398 Georgia

1,309,750
423,291.

691,392 Ohio.

17,136,591.

231,415.

1,519,467 Kentucky

3,902,783.
262,716.

779,828 Tennessee

3,015,916.
132,415.

829,210 Indiana.

12,751,000.

136,748.

685,866 Illinois

13,527,292.
170,942.

476,183 Michigan

5,611,000
150,000.

212,267 Missouri 842,261.

383,702 Alabama.

9,834,555.
263,570.

590,756 Mississippi

7,000,000.
375,565.

375,654 Louisiana...........

23,985,000.
530,000.

352,411 Arkansas

2,676,000.
58,507

97,574 Florida Territory. 4,000,000.

54,477 District of Columbia (cities) 1,316,030.

43,712 Total.......

-$204,394,526 The following States have no Public Debt:New-HAMPSHIRE,

RHODE ISLAND,

NEW-JERSEY, NORTH CAROLINA. VERMONT,

CONNECTICUT,

DELAWARE, ERRATA.... In the Congressional returns from North Carolina, page 61, Messrs. Graham and Mendenball appear to be Loco-Foco candidates, which they were not. Both candidates in the Ist and IVth Districts were Whigs. On p. 64, Ohio Congress, District VIII. the name of Lucas should be over the Loco and that of Stewart over the Abolition vote.

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Entered according to the Act of Congress, in the year 1843, by GREELEY & McELRATH, in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the United States, for the Southern District of the State of New York.

BAKEA LIBRA

SENATOR NELSON W. ALDRIOS

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CONTENTS:

Page

Calculations for the year 1844...

2

Ņotes, Cycles, Equinoxes, &c.; Movable Feasts, Eclipses, &c.

Calendars for the several Months of 1844..

3 to 14

Calculations for the several latitudes of Boston, New-York, Baltimore and Charleston, Moon's

Phases, Daily Record, &c. Anecdotes and Sketches-John Quincy, Adams, Mr. Clay as
Speaker, page 3; Mr. Clay and Col. Johnson, Mr. Clay's Integrity; Who are Manufacturers ?
Statistics of Manufactures, 5; John Tyler's opinion of Henry Clay, Senator Benton's do., 6;
Mr. Clay's Character, 7; Slavery, 8; Origin of the Name of the States, 9; Extraordinary
Facts, illustrating Van Buren Extravagance, 10; do. of g Van Buren Congress, Mr. Calhoun
on a National Bank, 11; Care of Fruit Trees, 12; Clay and Calhoun, Foreign Tariffs, 13;

Anecdote of H. Clay, 14. Miscellaneous Anecdotes on each of these pages.

Government of the United States-

Executive, Judiciary, and Senate..

15

House of Representatives..

History of the Tariff

17-18

The Tariffs of 1816, '24, '28, '32 and 142, compared..

19-20

The Whig Tariff of 1842..

21 to 29

The whole Law veşbatim as it passed Congress.

Mr. Clay's Retirement from the U. S. Senate. ----

-29

A National Bank,

..30 to 34

History of the several National Banks and attempts to establish such in this country; with extracts

from Mr. McDUFFIp's Report affirming the Constitutionality and expediency of a National

Bank.

List of Presidents and Vice-Presidents of the United States.----34

The Protection of American Industry-

-35 to 48

The grounds of its Expediency and Necessity succinctly, fully and forcibly set forth by Hon. C.

Hudson, of Massachusetts.

Mr. Van Buren on the Tariff.

.48

Mr. Clay on the Public Lands-Extracts from his Speech.

Anecdotes of Politics and Politicians-Original.

-53-54

POLITICIANS' REGISTER-(17 pages).

-55 to 71

Returns of Elections in all the States for President in 1840, and the new Congressional Elections

by Districts for 1843, and subsequently.
Times of holding Elections in the several States, State and Pres'), 72

Popular Vote for President in '36 and '40..

Presidential Electors in each State in 1840-1844..

..ib.

Governors and Chief Justices of the several States, (with their

salaries).

2d page of cooer.

Debts (aggregate) of the several States.

ib.
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