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New York,
Philadelphia, *
Paltimore,*
New Orleans,
Boston,
Cincinnati,
Brooklyn,
Albany,
Charleston,
Washington,
Providence,
Louisville,
Pittsburg,
Lowell,
Rochester,
Richmond,
Troy,
Buffalo,
Newark,
St. Louis,
Portland,
Salem,

33,131 60,469 96,373 123,704 203,007 312,710
42,520 70,287 96,664 108,116,167,118 235,037
13,503 26,614 46,555 62,738 80,625134,379 |

17,242 27,176 46,310 102,193
18,038 24,927 32,250, 43,295 61,392' 93,353 i

750 2,510 9,644 24,831 46,338

3,295 4,402! 7,172! 12.042 36,233
3.498 5,349 9,356 12,630 24.238 33,721
16,359 18,712 24,711 24,480 30,289 29,261

3,210 8,208 13,247 16,827 23,364
7,614 10,071 11,707 16,832 23,171

1,357 4,012 10,352, 21.210 1
1,565 4,768 7,248 12,542 21,115

6,474 20,796

1,502 9,269 20,191
5,537 9,735 12,046| 16,060 20,153

3,885 5,261 11,401| 19,334
1,505 2,095 6,653 18.213

6,507) 10,953 17,200

4,598 5,852 16,169 3,677 7,1 9 8,581; 12.601 15,218 7.921 9,457! 12.613 12,731 13,586 15,082 * Including the County.

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XVI. Table exhibiting the Seats of Government, the Times of Holding the

Election of State Oficers, and the Times of the Meeting of the Legislatures of the several States.

States.

Seats of
Government.

Times of Holding

Elections.

Times of the Meeting of the

Legislatures.

Maine, Augusta,

24 Monday in Sept. Ist Wednesday in January. N. Hampshire, Concord, 20 Tuesday in March, lut Wednesday in June. Vermont, Montpelier, 1st Tuesday in Sept. 20 Thursday in October. Massachusetts, Boston,

2d Monday in Nov. 1st Wednesday in January. Rhode Island, and Ke wpore,

1st Wed, in April,

1st Tuesday in May.

last Monday in Ociober. Connecticut, Hart. & N. Hav. Ist Monday in April, Ist Wednesd..y in May. New York, Albany,

1st Monday in Nov. Ist Tuesday in January. New Jersey, Trenton,

20 Tuesday in Oil. 4th Tucslay in October, Pennsylvania, Harrisburg, 21 Tuesday in Oct. Ist Tuesday in January, Delaware, Dover,

24 Tuesday in Nov. 1st Tuesday in Jun, dirunially.
Maryland, Annapolis, Ist Wednesday in Oct. last Monday in December.
Virginia, Richond, 4th Thursday in April, Ist Monday in December.
N. Carolina, Raleigh, Commonly in August, 20 Monday in Nov, bienn.
S. Carolina, Columbia, 211 Monday in Oct. 1th Monday in November.
Georgia,

Milledgeville, 1st Monday in Oct. ist Monday in Nov. bunnially.,
Alabaina, Tuscaloosa, Ist Monday in Aug. Ist Monday in Decomber.
Mississippi, Jackson,

Ist Mon. & Turs. Nov. 1st Monday in Jan. bienn.
Louisiana, New Orleans, 1st Monday in July, Ist Monday in January.
Arkansas,
Little Rock,

1st Mondny in Oct. Ist Monday in Nov. becan,
Tennessee, Nashville, 1st Thursday in Aug. Ist Monday in Oct. biena.
Kentucky, Frankfort, 1st Monday in Aug. 1st Monday in December.
Ohio,

Columbus, 21 Tuesday in Oct. Ist Monday in December. Indiana, Indianapolis, 1st Monday in Aug. 1st Monday in December. Illinois, Springfield, Ist Monday in Aug. 1st Monday in Dec, bicmn. Missouri, Jefferson City, Ist Monday in Aug. 1st Monday in Nov. bienn. Michigan, Detroit,

list Mon lav in Nov. Ist Monday in January.

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XVIL GOVERNORS OF THE SEVERAL STATES AND

TERRITORIES,

#'ith their Salaries, Terms of Office, and Expiration of their respective Terms ;

the Number of Senators and Representatives in the State Legislatures, with their respective Terms.

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Maine, Edward Kavanagh, 1,500
N. H. Henry Hubbard, 1,200
Vt. John Mattocks, 750
Mass. Marcus Morton, 2,500
R. I. James Fenner, 400
Conn. C. F. Cleveland, 1,100
N. Y. Wm. C. Bouck, 4,000
N.J. Wm. Pennington, 2,000
Penn. David R. Porter, 4,000
Del.
Wm. B. Cooper,

1,333
Md. Francis Thomas, 4,200
Va. James Mc Dowell, 3,3335
N. C. J. M. Morehead, 2,000
S. C. Jas. H. Hammond, 3,500
Ga. Ch. J. McDonald, 3,500
Ala. Benj. Fitzpatrick, 3,500
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T. M. Tucker, 3,000
La. Alex. Mouton, 6,000
Ark. Archibald Yell, 2,000
Tenn. James C. Jones, 2,000

Ky. Robert P. Letcher, 2,500
Ohio, Wilson Shannon, 1,500
Mich. John S. Barry, 1,500
Ind. James Whitcomb, 1,500
Ill. Thomas Ford, 11,000
Mo. Thomas Reynolds, 1,500
Territ.
Fl. Richard H. Call, 2,500
Wisc. James D. Doty, 2,500
Iowa, John Chambers, 2,500

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Jan. 1844 31
June 1914 12
Oct. 1811 30
Jan. 1844 40
May 1844 31
May 1844 21
Jan.

1845 32
Oct. 1814 18
Jan.

1545 33
Jan. 1644 9
Jan. 1845 21
Jan. 16:16 32
Jan. 1845 50
Dec. 1811 45
Nov. 1843 47
Dec. 1845 33
Jan.

1844! 30
Jan. 1847 17
Nov. 1844 21
Oct. 1545 25
Sept. 1844 38
Dec. 1844 36
Jan. 1814 18
Dec. 1816 30
Dec. 1846 40
Nov. 1844 18

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151 250 230 356

69 215 18

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In all the States except New Jersey, Virginia, and South Carolina, the Governor is voted for by the people; and if no one has a majority of all the votes, in the States in which such a majority is required, the Legislature elects to the office of Governor, one of the candidates voted for by the people.

XVIII. COLLEGES IN THE

Name.

Place,

Presidents.

Fonnded.

1:31

1 Bowdoin,
Brunswick, Me. Leonard Woods, Jr., D.D.

1 941 2 Waterville, *

Waterville, do.

Sheldun. 3 Dartmouth, Hanover, N. H. Nathan Lurd, D. D.

1769 4 University of Vermont, Burlington, Vi. John Wheeler, D. D.

1191 5 Middlebury,

Middlebury,
do. Benjamin Labaree, D. D.

INIO 6 Norwich University, Norwich, do. Alden Partridge, A. M.

1931 7 Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass. Josiah Quincy, LL. D.

163 Williams, Williamstown, do. Mark Hopkins, D. D.

1733 9 Amherst,

Amherst, do. Heman Humphrey, D. D. 1-21 10 Bruwu University, * Providence, R. I. Francis Wayland, D. D.

1764 11 Yale, New Haven, Con. Jeremiah Day, D. D.

1700 12 Washington, Hartford, do. Silas Totten, D. D.

194 13 Wesleyan University, Middletown, do. Stephen Olin, D. D.

1831 111 Columbia,t

New York, N. Y. Nath. F. Moore, LL. D. 15 Onion,

Schenectady, do. Eliphalet Nott, D. D. 1795 16 Hamilion,

Clinton, do, Simeon North, LL. D. 1812 17 Hamilton Lit. and Theol.* Hamilton, do. Nathaniel Kendrick, D. D. 1819 1- Geneva,t

Geneva,

do. Benjamin Hale, D. D. 13 19 University of New York,

New York,

do. Th. Frelinghuysen, LL.D. 1531 20 College of New Jersey, Princeton, N. J. James Carnahan, Ø. D. 17 16 21 Ruigers,

N. Brunswick, do. Abr. B. Hasbrouck, LL.D. 1770 22 University of Pennsylva. Philadelphia, Penn. John Ludlow, D. D. 1755 2 Dickinson, Carlisle, do. John P. Durbin, D. D.

1753 20 Jefferson, Canonsburg, do. Matthew Brown, D. D.

IN2 25 Washington,

Washington,

do.

David McConaughy, D.D. 151) 26 Allegheny, t.

Meadville,
do. H. J. Clark, A. M.

1915 27 Pennsylvania,

Gettysburg, do. C. P. Crauth, D. D. 25 Latayette, Easton, do. Geo. W. Yeomans, D. D.

18 129 Marshall,

Mercersburg,
do.

1930 30 West. University of Penn. Pittsburg, do. Robert Bruce, D. D.

1919 31 Newark,

Newark,
Del. E. W. Gilbert, D.D.

133 32 St. John's,

Annapolis, Md. Hector Humphreys, D. D. 11 3 St. Mary's, Baltimore, do. Gilbert Raymond, D. D.

17:9 31 Mount St. Mary's, Emmeisburg, do. John McCaitrey, A. M. 1230 35. Georgetown, Georgetowli, D. C. James Rydler, S. J.

17-9 36 Columbian, Washington, do. Stephen Chapin, D. D.

1~21 37 William and Mary,t Williamsburg, Va. Thomas R. Dew, A. M.

16:13 3- Hampden-Sidney,

Prince Ed. Co. do. William Maxwell, LL. D. 1783 39 Washington,

Lexington do. Henry Rufiner, D. D. 1812 40 University of Virginia, Charlottesville, do. C Johnson, Riclor.

1-19 u Randolph-Macon, 1 Boydton, do. L. C. Garland, A. M.

13: 12 Emory and Henry, Glade Spring, do. Charles Collins, A. M. 19 Rector,

Harrison Co. do. Charles Wheeler, A. M. 44 University of N. Carolina, Chapel Hill, N. C. David L. Swain, LL. D.

1:59 45 Davidson,

Mecklenberg Co.do. Samuel Williamson, D. D. 1638 16 Wake Forest, *

Wake Foresi, do. Samuel Wait, A. M. 17 Charleston,

Charleston, S. C. William T. Brantly, D. D. 1746 1- South Carolina,

Columbia, do. R. Henry, D. D. 19 Franklin,

Athens, Ga. Alonzo Church, D. D. 50 Oglethorpe,

Midway,
do. Samuel K. Talmage,

190 51 Emory. I

Oxford, do.

Aug. B. Longstreet, LL.D. 1837 53 Mercer University, Penfield, do. Otis Smith, 52 Christ Coll. and Ep. Inst.t Montpelier, do.

Charles Fay, 51 University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Ala. Basil Manly, D. D. 55 La Grange, I

La Grange, do, Robert Paine, A. M. 156 Spring Hill,

Spring Hill,
do. John Bazin,

1:30 57 Centenary,

Brandon Sp'gs. Miss. J. C. Thornton, 5- Oakland, Oakland, do. Jere. Chamberlain, D. D.

1931 5. Louisiana,

Jackson, La. Wm. B. Lacy, D. D. 60 Jefferson,

Bringiers, do. 61 St. Charles, 6

Grand Coteau, do. Th. Soller, S. J. 02 Baton Rouge,

Baton Rouge, do. R. H. Ranny, 63 Franklin,

Opelousas,

do.

Othon Boudet, 61 Greenville,

Greenville, Tenn. James McLin, 165 Washington,

Washington Co. do. 166 University of Nashville, Nashville do. Philip Lindsley, D. D.

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No. of
Minis.
Volumes in

Commencement.
ters. dent.! Libraries.

1~2 21.840 First Wednesday in Sept. 70 70

7.00) Second Wednesdiy in August.
515

331 16,300 Last Thursday in July.
100

First Wednesday in August.
215 50

7,051 Tiind Wednesday in August.

Third Thursday in August.
1,561

53.000 Fourth Wednesday in August.
331
11

7500) Third Wednesday in August.
137 112 15.000 Fourth Thursday in July.

167 17,200 First Wednesday in Septemler.
1.550 376 33.000 Third Thursday in August.
0 72

First Thursday in August.
49 133 11,000 First Wednesday in August.

112 14.000 Day aftes first Monday in October.
309 213 13,000 Fourth Wednesday in July.
115

Fourth Weenesday in August. 4.640 Third Wednesday in August. 5,10)

First Wednesday in August. 1.50

Third Wednesday in July. 1997 12.500 Last Wednesday in Septeinber. 21

12,000 Courth Wednesday in July.
111

5,000 The 13:h, 1611, or 17th of July.
142 104 11.00 Second Thursday in Jury.
161

4.500 Last Thursday in Spteniber.

3,300 Last Wednesday in September. 100

8,010

2,270 131

1,350 Second Wednesday in September. 40

Last Wednesday in August. 61

Early in July. 2 100

3,500 Fourth Wednesday in September. 6 27

4.000 The twenty-second of February. 1 10 12,000 Third Tuesday in July. 130

3,500 Last week in June. 1 10

22.000 Near the last of July. 25

4:10) First Wenesday in October.

5,000 July fourth. 65 5,000 iFourt! Iednesday in September. 1:34

2.700 Last Thursday in June. 170

16,000 July fourth. 73

ISecond Wednesday in June.
11

1,000 Last Wednesday in June.
50
70 171 10.000 First Thursday in June.

1.1.50 Last Thursday in Jume.
6 21

4,700 Third Thursday in June.

3.000 Fourth Tuesday in February. 3 1:1 13.000 First Monday in December, 116

11.CO First Wednesday in August. 1 03

2,100 Wednesday atier 2d Monday in Nov. 70

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COLLEGES IN THE

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Presidents.

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67 East Tennessee,

Knoxville, Tenn. Joseph Estabrook, A. M. 6 Jackson,

Near Columbia, do. 69 Transylvania, Lexington, ken. H. B. Bascom, D. D.

1795 70 St. Joseph's, Bardstown, do. J. M. Lancaster,

1919 71 Centre, Danville, do. John C. Young, D. D.

1~2 72 Augusta, f

Augusta, do. J. Tomlinson, D. D. 733 Cumberland, Princetown, do. F. R. Cosait, D. D.

1-25 74 Georgetown,

Georgetown, do. Howard Malcom, D. D. 156 75 Bacau,

Harrodsburg, do. E. S. Burnet, 76 St. Mary's,

Marion Co. do. W. S. Murphy, S. J. 77 Universiiy of Ohio, Athens, Ohio, Wm. H. McGutiey, LL.D. 1-21 70 Miami University, Oxford, do. George Junkin, D. D. IND 79 Franklin, New Athens, do. William Burnett,

115 80 Western Reserve,

Hudson, do. George E. Pierce, D. D. 61 Kenyon,

Gambier, do. D. B. Douglass, LL. D. 82 Granville, *

Granville,

Jonathan Going, D D. 83 Marietta, Marietta, do, Joel H. Linsley, D. D.

1-2 81 Oberlin Institute, Oberlin, do. Asa Mahn, A. M.

153 85 Cincinnati, Cincinnati, do. Thomas J. Biggs, A. M.

1919 86 St. Xavier, Cincimati, do. J. A. Elei, S. J.

1.0 87 Woodward,

Cincinnati, do. B. P. W. Aydelotte, D. D. So Indiana State University, Bloomington, Ind. Andrew Wylie, D. D. 1907 9 South Hanover,

South Hanover, do. E. D. McMasters, D. D. 90 Wabash,

Crawfordsville, do. Charles White, D. D. 91 Ind. Asbury University, & Greencastle, do. Matth. H. Simpson, D. D. 1839 92 Ilinois,

Jacksonville,

M Edward Beecher, D. D. 93 Shurileff,

loper Alion, do. Adiel Sherwood, 94 Mckendree, I

Lebanon, do. John W. Merrill, A. M. 95 McDunongh,

Macomb,
do.

1937 96 University of St. Louis, f St. Louis,

Mo. J, Van de Velde,

1532 97 Kemper College,f St. Louis, do. E. C. Hutchinson, A. M. 99 St. Mary's, Barrens, do. Hector Figari, C. M.

1830 99 Marion,

Marion Co. do. Hiram P. Goodrich, D. D. 100 Vissouri University, Columbia, do. John H. Lathrop, A. M. 101 St. Charles, St. Charles, do. J. H. Fielding, A. M.

1-39 102 Fayette,

Fayette do. Archibald Patterson, 103 Michigan University, Ann Arbor, Mich.

1837 104 Marshall,

Marshall, do. John P. Cleaveland, A. M. 1105 S1. Philip's,

Near Detroit, de. Mr. Bowens,

Remarks. The Colleges marked (*) are under the direction of the Baptists; thus (+) Episcopali. ans; thus (1) Methodists; thus (6) Catholics.

With respect to the Colleges which are unmarked, the prevailing religious influence of those that are in the New England States, is Congregationalism; of the most of the others, Presbyterianism. Norwich University, Vt., is an institution recently established by the Universalists.

By students in the above table, with an exception of a few of the Colleges in the Southern and Western States, is meant undergraduates, or members of the four collegiate classes ; not including such as are pursuing professional education, or such as are members of a preparatory department.

Some of the Colleges above enumerated, are not in full operation ; and scarcely deserve a place in the Table. Several other Colleges have been incorporated, which are not yet fully organized. According to the Census of 1810, there are in the United States 173 universities or colleges, containing 16,433 students. There are 3,242 academies and grammar schools, containing 161,159 students. It is evident, that the difference between a college wd an academy is not very clearly defined, except that the former has the exclusive right of granting degrees.

The column of Libraries includes the number of volumes in the College Libraries and in the Students' Libraries. In some instances, the number of volumes in the students' libraries exceeds that of the college library.

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