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Cities.

Postmasters.

Cities.

Postmasters. Holidaysb’h, Pa. James Caffey. Florence, Ala. J. D. Coffee. Lancaster, Penn. Mary Dickson. Greensboro', Ala. John Street, Sen. Philadelphia, Pa. James Hoy, Jr. Huntsville, Ala. George Cox. Pittsburgh, Pa. Robert M. Riddle. Mobile, Ala. J. W. Townsend. Pottsville, Penn. John T. Werner. Montgomery, Ala.Neil Blue. Reading, Penn. Charles Troxell. Tuscaloosa, Ala. Wm. D. Marrest. Wilkesbarre, Pa. J. P. Le Clerc. Jackson, Miss. Howell Hobbs. Wilmington, Del. Wm. R. Sella. Natchez, Miss. Woodson Wren. Baltimore, Ma.

T. Finley. Vicksburgh, Miss. N. D. Coleman. Cumberland, Md. William Lynn. N. Orleans, Lou. Alex. G. Penn. Frederick, Md.

John Rigney. Little Rock, Ark. B. Williams. Hagerstown, Md. F. Humrichouse, Columbia, Tenn. Hillery Langtry. Alexandria, D. C. Daniel Bryan. Knoxville, Tenn. J. W. Campbell. Georgetown,D.C. H. W. Tilley. Memphis, Tenn. M. B.Winchester. Washington, D.C. William Jones. Nashville, Tenn. Rob. Armstrong. Abingdon, Va. J. K. Gibson. Frankfort, Ky. Wm. Hardin. Charlottesv’e, Va. T. Wayt. Lexington, Ky. Joseph Ficklin. Fred'burg, Va. R. T. Thom. Louisville, Ky. L. H. Mosby. Lynchburg, Va. Lilburn H. Trigg. Maysville, Ky. Jas. W. Coburn. Norfolk, Va. A. Galt.

Chillicothe, Ohio, J. R. Anderson. Petersburg, Va. John Minge.

Cincinnati, Ohio, W. H. H. Taylor. Richmond, Va. B. Peyton.

Cleveland, Ohio, Benj. Andrews. Wheeling, Va.

David Agnew. Columbus, Ohio, John G. Miller. Winchester, Va. John Wall. Dayton, Ohio, Thomas Blair. Fayetteville, N.C.John McRae. Newark, Ohio, Levi J. Houghey. Greensboro', N.C. I. J. M. Lindsay. Steubenville, O. Wm. Collins. Newbern, N. C. W. G. Bryan.

Toledo, Ohio, Andrew Palmer. Raleigh, N. C. T. G. Scott. Zanesville, Ohio, Israel Hoge. Wilmington, N.C. W.C.Bettencourt. Ann Arbor, Mich. George Danforth. Camden, S. C. J. N. Ganewell. Detroit, Mich. Thos. Rowland. Charleston, S. C. Alfred Huger. Evansville, Ind. Daniel Chute. Columbia, S. C. A. H. Gladden. Indianapolis, Ind. Saml. Henderson. Georgetown, S.C. Wm. McNulty. Lafayette, Ind. R. S. Ford. Yorkville, S. C. Samuel Melton. Madison, Ind. Andrew Collins. Athens, Ga. W. L. Mitchell. New Albany, Ind. Alex. S. Burnett. Augusta, Ga. E. B. Glascock. Terre Haute, Ind. Joseph O. Jones. Columbus, Ga. G. W. E. Bedell. Vincennes, Ind. Jas. W. Greenhow. Darien, Ga. H. W. Hudnall. Alton, Ill. B. F. Edwards. Macon, Ga. K. Tyner. Chicago, Ili.

William Stuart. Milledgeville, Ga. E. Daggett. Galena, Ill.

R. W. Carson. Savannah, Ga.

G. Schley Jacksonville, Ill. E. A. Mears. Apalachicola, Fl. Geo. F. Baltzell. Shawneetown, Ill.John Stickney. Pensacola, Flor. H. Kelly. St. Louis, Mo. S. B. Churchill. Tallahassee, Flor. Miles Nash. Milwaukie, W. T. Josiah A. Noonan.

II. CONGRESS.

1. TABLE OF POPULATION AND APPORTIONMENT

For the 28th Congress.

STATES

Total population, of all

descriptions.

| Total slaves, two-fifths

to be deducted.

Population to be repre

sented.

Fractions : those which
are represented being

marked R.

No, of Representatives

in 28th Congress.

Number of Electors of

President.

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Maine,
New Hampshire,
Massachusetts,
Rhode Island,
Connecticut,
Vermont,
New York,
New Jersey,
Pennsylvania,
Delaware,
Maryland,
Virginia,
North Carolina,
South Carolina,
Georgia,
Alabama
Mississippi,
Louisiana,
Tennessee,
Kentucky,
Ohio,
Indiana,
Illinois,
Missouri,
Arkansas,
Michigan,

501,793

501,793 7,033 284,574

1 284,573 1,853 737,699

737,699 20,899 108,830 5 108,828 38,148 R. 309,978 17 309,971 27,251 291,948

291,948 9,228 2,428,921 42,428,919 25,799

373,306 674 373,036 19,636 1,724,033 64 1,724,007 27,657

78,085 2,605 77,043 6,363 470,019 89,737 434,124 10,044 1,239,797 448,987 1,060,202 2

753,419 245,817 655,092 18,972 594,398 327,038 463,582 39,502 R. 691,392 280,944 579,014 13,574 590,756 253,532 489,343 65,263 R. 375,651 195,211 297,566 14,846 352,411 168,452 285,030 2,310 829,210 183,059 755,986 49,186 R. 779,828 182,25€ 706,924 124 1,519,457 31,519,465 35,185 685,866 3 685,864 49,744 R. 476,183 331 476,050 51,970 R. 383,702 58,240 360,406 7,006

97,574 19,935 89,600 18,920 212,267

212,267 227

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The following table shows the total number of members by the different ratios since the adoption of the Constitution: Year 1789,

Fixed by the Constitution, 65 members. 1793,

Ratio of 33,000,

105 1803,

33,000, 141 1813,

35,000,

151 1823,

40,000, 212 1833,

47,700, 242* 1843,

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Including Michigan and Arkansas, admitted into the Union in 1836.

2. CONGRESS.

The Congress of the United States consists of a Senate and House of Representatives, and must assemble at least once every year, on the 1st Monday of December, unless it is otherwise provided by law.

The Senate is composed of two members from each State ; and of course, the regular number is now 52. They are chosen by the legislatures of the several States, for the term of six years, one third of them being elected biennially.

The Vice President of the United States is the President of the Senate, in which body he has only a casting vote, which is given in case of an equal division of the votes of the Senators. In his absence a President, pro tempore, is chosen by the Senate.

The House of Representatives is composed of members from the sev. eral States, elected by the people, for the term of two years. The Representatives are apportioned among the different States, according to population. The 28th Congress is chosen according to the act of Congress of 1842, the ratio being one Representative for every 70,680 persons in each State, and of one additional Representative for each State having a fraction greater than one moiety of the said ratio, computed according to the rule prescribed by the Constitution of the United States.” The law of 1842 also requires, that the Representatives of each State “shall be elected by districts composed of a contiguous territory equal in number to the number of Representatives to which said State may be entitled, no one district electing more than one Representative.” The present number is 223 Representatives, and 3 Delegates.

Since the 4th of March, 1807, the compensation of each member of the Senate and House of Representatives has been $8 a day, during the period of his attendance in Congress, without ction in case of sickness; and $8 for every twenty miles' travel, in the usual road, in going to and returning from the seat of government. The compensation of the Presi. dent of the Senate, pro tempore, and of the Speaker of the House of Representatives, is $16 a day.

TWENTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS. THE SENATE.

WILLIE P. MANGUM, of North Carolina, President pro tempore.

[The figures denote the expiration of the terms of the Senators.] Name.

Residence.
Name.

Residence.
Maine.

Vermont.
John Fairfield, Saco, 1849 William Upham, Montpelier, 1849
George Evans, Gardiner, 1847 Samuel S. Phelps, Middlebury, 1845
New Hampshire.

Massachusetts. Charles G. Atherton, Nashua, 1849 Rufus Choate, Boston, 1845 Levi Woodbury, Portsmouth, 1847) Isaac C. Bates, Northampton, 1847

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MICHIGAN Uniqersity of THERAL LIBRAS,

Name.

Residence.
Name.

Residence.
Rhode Island.

1

Alabama. John B. Francis,

1845 Arthur P. Bagby, Tuscaloosa, 1849 J. F. Simmons, Providence, 1847 Dixon H. Lewis, Lowndesboro', 1847 Connecticut.

Mississippi.
John M. Niles, Hartford, 1849 J. Henderson, Pass Christian, 1845
Jabez W. Huntington, Norwich, 1851 R. J. Walker, Madisonville, 1847
New York.

Louisiana.
Silas Wright, Jr., Canton, 1849 Henry Johnson,

1849 N. P. Tallmadge, Poughkeepsie, 1845 Alex. Barrow, Baton Rouge, 1847 New Jersey.

Arkansas. William L. Dayton, Trenton, 1845 A. H. Sevier, Lake Port,

1849 Jacob W. Miller, Morristown, 1847 Wm. S. Fulton, Little Rock, 1847 Pennsylvania,

Tennessee.
James Buchanan, Lancaster, 1849 Ephraim H. Foster, Nashville, 1845
Daniel Sturgeon, Uniontown, 1845 Spencer Jarnagin, Athens, 1847
Delaware.

Kentucky.
R. H. Bayard, Wilmington, 1845 John J. Crittenden, Frankfort, 1849
Thomas Clayton, Newcastle, 1847 J. T. Morehead, do. 1847
Maryland.

Ohio.
Wm. D. Merrick, Allen's Fresh, 1845 William Allen, Chillicothe, 1847
James A. Pearce, Kent Co. 1849 Benjamin Tappan, Steubenville, 1845
Virginia.

Michigan.
Wm. C. Rives, Bentivoglio, 1845 Augustus S. Porter, Detroit, 1845
Wm. S. Archer, Elk Hill, 1847 William Woodbridge, do. 1847
North Carolina.

Indiana.
Wm. H. Haywood, Jr., Raleigh, 1849 E. A. Hannegan, Covington, 1849
W. P. Mangum, Red. Mountain, 1847 Albert S. White, Lafayette, 1845
South Carolina.

Illinois.
George M’Duffie, Edgefield C.H., 1849 Sidney Breese, Clinton Co. 1849
Daniel E. Huger, Charlestown, 1847 James Semple, Alton, 1847
Georgia.

Missouri.
Walter T. Colquitt, Columbus, 1849 David R. Atchison, Platte City, 1849
John M. Berrien, Savannah, 1847) Thomas H. Benton, St. Louis, 1845

Officers of the Senate.
Asbury Dickens,

Secretary.
Edward Dyer,

Sergeani at Arms.
Robert Beall,

Doorkeeper.
Septimus Tuston,

Chaplain.
Gales & Seaton,

Printers.

Bath.

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE 28ru CONGRESS,

which will expire on the 3d of March, 1845. [The numbers attached to the names show the Districts in each State from which the

members were chosen. When no numbers are given, they were chosen by general ticket.)

John W. Jones, of Virginia, Speaker.
Name.
Residence.

Name.

Residence.
Maime. –7.

4. Simons, Sam'l, Bridgeport. 7. Cary, Shepard,

2. Stewart, John, Midd. Haddam. 2. Dunlap, Rob. P., Brunswick. 6. Hamlin, Han'l, Hamden.

New York. - 34. 1. Herrick, Joshua, Kennebunk Pt.

7. Anderson, J. H., White Plains. 4. Morse, F. H.,

13. Barnard, D, D., Albany. 3. Severance, L., Augusta.

17. Benton, C. S., Mohawk. One Vacancy.

29. Carroll, C. H., Groveland Cen. New Hampshire. — 4.

21. Cary, Jerem. E., Cherry Valley.

9. Clinton, Jas. G., Newburgh. Burke, Edmund, Newport.

26. Dana, Amasa, Ithaca. Hale, John P., Dover.

8. Davis, Rich. D., Poughkeepsie. Norris, Mos., Jr., Pittsfield.

16. Ellis, Chessel'n, Waterford. Reding, John R., Haverhill.

6. Fish, Hamilton, New York. Vermont. -4.

27. Green, Byram, Sodus. 2. Collamer, Jacob, Woodstock. 30. Hubbell, W. S., Bath. 4. Dillingham, P. Jr., Waterbury. 19. Hungerford, O., Watertown. 1. Foote, Solomon, Rutland. 34. Hunt, Washing., Lockport. 3. Marsh, Geo. P., Burlington. 18. King, Preston, Ogdensburgh.

5. Leonard, M. G., New York. Massachusetts.- 10. 3. Abbott, Amos, Andover.

4. Maclay, Wm. B., New York. 8. Adams, J. Q., Quincy.

32. Moseley, W. A., Buffalo.

2. Murphy, H. C., Brooklyn. 6. Baker, Osmyn, Amherst. 10. Grinnell, Jos., New Bedford.

28. Patterson, T. J., Rochester.

3. Phænix, J. P., New York. 5. Hudson, Cha's., Westminster.

11. Pratt, Zadoc, Prattsville. 2. King, Daniel P., South Danvers.

Norwich. 4. Parmenter, W.,

22. Purdy, S. M.,

E. Cambridge. 7. Rockwell, Jul., Pittsfield.

25. Rathbun, Geo., Auburn.

23. Robinson, O., Mexico. 9. Williams, Hen., Taunton. 1. Winthrop, R. C., Boston.

14. Rogers, Ch's, Sandy Hill.

10. Russell, Jerem., Saugerties. Rhode Island. - 2.

12. Seymour, D. L., Troy. 1. Cranston, H. Y., Newport. 33. Smith, Albert, Batavia. 2. Potter, E. R., S. Kingstown. 15. Stetson, Lem., Keeseville.

1. Strong, S. B., Setauket. Connecticut. - 4.

31. Tyler, Asher, Ellicottsville. 3. Catlin, G. H., Windham. 24. Wheaton, Hor., Pompey. 1. Seymour, T. H., Hartford.

One Vacancy.

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