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(December 1st, 1843.)

EXECUTIVE--President and Cabinet:

JOHN TYLER, of Virginia, President..
ABEL P. UPSHUR, of Virginia, Secretary of State..

JOHN C. SPENCER, of New-York, Secretary of the Treasury.
DAVID R. PORTER, of Pennsylvania, Secretary of War..
DAVID HENSHAW, of Massachusetts, Secretary of the Navy..
JOHN NELSON, of Maryland, Attorney-General...
CHARLES A. WICKLIFFE, of Kentucky, Postmaster-General......

[There is now no Vice-President; John Tyler was elected to that office, but succeeded to the Presidency on the death of Gen. HARRISON, April 4th, 1841, just thirty days after the Inauguration of the latter. In case of the death or removal of Mr. Tyler, the Presidency next devolves on the President of the Senate, which station is now held by Hon. WILLIE P. MANGUM of North Carolina.]

JOSEPH STORY, of Mass.,
SMITH THOMPSON, of New-York,
JOHN M'LEAN, of Ohio.
HENRY BALDWIN, of Pennsylvania,

Members.

JUDICIARY--Supreme Court.

ROGER B. TANEY, of Maryland, Chief Justice. Salary $5,000.

Associate Justice.

[Salary of Associate Justices $4,500.]

Major-General of the Army--WINFIELD Scott, of New-Jersey.

MAINE. George Evans... John Fairfield.

XXVIIIth CONGRESS.

Assembled December 4, 1843: Expires March 3d, 1845.

NEW-HAMPSHIRE.

Levi Woodbury.
Charles G. Atherton..

VERMONT. Samuel S. Phelps. William Upham..

SENATE.

Hon. WILLIE P. MANGUM, of North Carolina, President.
Term expires. Members. Term expires.[ Members.

TENNESSEE.
.1845 Ephraim H. Foster.
1847 Spencer Jarnagin.
KENTUCKY.
James T. Morehead.
1845 John J. Crittenden.
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MASSACHUSETTS.

Rufus Choa..
Isaac C. Bater

RHODE ISLAND.
William Sprague
James F. Simmons

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CONNECTICUT. Jabez W. Huntington John M. Niles..

NEW-YORK. Nathaniel P. Tallmadge. Silas Wright..

NEW-JERSEY. William L. Dayton.. Jacob W. Miller..

JAMES M. WAYNE, of Georgia, Associate Justice.
JOHN M'KINLEY, of Alabama,
WILLIAM CATRON, of Tennessee,
PETER V. DANIEL, of Virginia,

Salary $25,000

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DELAWARE.
.1847 Richard H. Bayard..
.1849 Thomas Clayton...
MARYLAND.
1847 William D. Merrick.
.1849 [Vacancy.] (Whig.)..
VIRGINIA.
1845 WILLIAM C. RIVES..
1849 William S. Archer...
NORTH CAROLINA.
1845 Willie P. Mangum....
.1847 William H. Haywood, Jr....
SOUTH CAROLINA.
1845 Daniel E. Huger..
.1847 George McDuffie..

GEORGIA.
1845 John M. Berrien...
.1849 Walter T. Colquitt..
ALABAMA.
1845 William R. King..
.1849 Arthur P. Bagby.
MISSISSIPPI.
1245 John Henderson..
.18 Robert J. Walker.
LOUISIANA.
1845 Mexander Barrow..
.1849 Alexander Porter....

OHIO.
Benjamin Tappan.
1845 William Allen...
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INDIANA. Albert S. White... .1847 Edward A. Hannegan.. .1849 ILLINOIS.

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James Semple.
Sidney Breese.

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Thomas H. Benton...
David R. Atcheson.

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ARKANSAS.
William S. Fulton..
Ambrose H. Sevier.

Whigs, in Italics... 1847 Locos, in Roman.. .1849 Doubtful, RIVES..

MICHIGAN. Augustus S. Porter.. 1845 William Woodbridge. .1847

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PENNSYLVANIA.
Daniel Sturgeon..
James Buchanan..

There is one vacancy to be filled, in Maryland, where a Whig is certain to be chosen. Messrs. Semple, of Illinois, and Atcheson, of Missouri, hold tempararily by appointment from the Governors of those States, but will be elected by the Legislatures of these States, or succeeded by Senators of like politics.

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3 George P. Marsh, 4 Paul Dillingham, Jr.

1 Henry Y. Cranston, 2 Elisha R. Potter.

CONNECTICUT.

1 Thomas H. Seymour, 3 George H. Catlin,t
2 John Stewart,
4 Samuel Simons.
NEW-YORK.

18 Preston King.
19 Orville Hungerford,
20 Samuel Beardsley,
21 Jeremiah E. Carey,
22 Smith M. Purdy,
23 Orville Robinson,
24 Horace Wheaton,
25 George Rathbun.
26 Amasa Dana,
27 Byram Green,
28 Thomas J. Patterson,
29 Charles H. Carroll,
30 William S. Hubbell,
31 Asher Tyler,
32 William A. Moseley,
33 Albert Smith,
34 Washington Hunt.
NEW-JERSEY.

1 Selah B. Strong, 2 Henry C. Murphy,† 3 J. Phillips Phanix, 4 William B. Maclay, 5 Moses G. Leonard, 6 Hamilton Fish, 7 Joseph H. Anderson, 8 Richard D. Davis,, 9*James G. Clinton,† 10 Jeremiah Russell, 11 Zadock Pratt, 12 David L. Seymour, 13 Daniel D. Barnard, 14 Charles Rogers, 15 Lemuel Stetson, 16 Cheselden Ellis,

17 Charles S. Benton,

1 Lucius Q. C. Elmer, 3 Isaac G. Farlee,

2 George Sykes,

5 William Wright. PENNSYLVANIA.

13 Henry Frick, 14 Alexander Ramsey, 15 Henry Nes, 16 James Black, 17* James Irvin, 18 Andrew Stewart, Henry D. Foster, 20 John Dickey, 21 William Wilkins, 22 Samuel Hays, 23 Charles M. Reed, 24 Joseph Buffington. DELAWARE. *George B. Rodney. MARYLAND. [Not yet Districted.]

4 Littleton Kirkpatrick,

1 Edward J. Morris, 2* Joseph R. Ingersoll, 3 John T. Smith, 4*Charles J. Ingersoll, 5 Jacob S. Yost, 6 Michael H. Jenks, 1 Abraham R. McIlvaine,19 8*Jeremiah Brown, 9 John Ritter, 10 Richard Brodhead, Jr. 11*Benjamin A. Bidlack, 12 *Almon H. Read,

6 VIRGINIA.

1 Archibald Atkinson,

8 Willoughby Newton,

2 George C. Dromgoole, 9 Samuel Chilton, 3 *Walter Coles, t 10 William Lucas, 4*Edmund W. Hubard, 11 William Taylor, *Thomas W. Gilmer, t 12 Augustus A. Chapman, *John W. Jones, 13 George W. Hopkins. *HENRY A. WISE, 14*George W. Summers. 15 *Lewis Steenrod. NORTH CAROLINA. 1 Thomas L. Clingman, 5 Romulus M.Saunders,†

2 Daniel M. Barringer, 6 *James J. McKay, 3 David S. Reid, 7*John R. J. Daniel,† 4*Edmund Deberry, 8 *Arch'd H. Arrington,† 9*Kenneth Rayner.

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Hugh A. Haralson,† Joseph H. Lumpkin, Alexander H. Stephens, William H. Stiles.

1 Andrew Johnson, 2 William T. Senter, 3 Julius W. Blackwell, 4 Alvan Cullom, 5 George W. Jones,

4 *Winter W. Payne,† 5 *George S. Houston, 6 *Reuben Chapman,

21 Henry R. Brinkerhoff. KENTUCKY.

1 Robert Dale Owen, 2 Thomas J. Henley, 3 Thomas Smith, 4 Caleb B. Smith, 5 William J. Brown,

Robert W. Roberts, Tilghman M. Tucker.

6*John White,

7 William P. Thomasson, 8*Garret Davis, 9 Richard French, 10 Joseph W. Tibbatts. TENNESSEE.

1 Robert Smith, 2 John A. McClernand, 3 Orlando B. Ficklin,

11 Jacob Brinkerhoff, 12 Samuel F. Vinton, 13 Perley B. Johnson, 14 Alexander Harper, 15 Joseph Morris, 16 *James Mathews, 17 William C. McCauslen, 18 Ezra Dean, 19 Daniel R. Tilden, 20 *Joshua R. Giddings,

1 Robert McClelland,

11*Milton Brown. INDIANA.

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Aaron V. Brown, 7 David W. Dickinson, 8 Joseph H. Peyton, 9 *Cave Johnson, 10 John B. Ashe,

ILLINOIS.

4 John Wentworth, 5 Stephen A. Douglass, 6 Joseph P. Hoge, 7 John J. Hardin.

MISSOURI.-[General Ticket.]
Gustavus M. Bower, James. Hughes,
James B. Bowlin

John Jameson,
James H. Relfe.
ARKANSAS.
*Edward A. Cross.
MICHIGAN.

2 Lucius Lyon,
3 James B. Hunt.
Territories:

6 John W. Davis, 7 Joseph A. Wright, 8 John Pettit,

9 Samuel C. Sample, 10 *Andrew Kennedy,

FLORIDA....tDavid Levy. WISCONSIN. .+Henry Dodge. IOWA....tAugustus C. Dodge.

*Members of the last House. † Said to be Calhoun men.

Whigs in Italics, 69-the residue (140) elected as Loco-Focos. 25 of the latter said to be Calhoun men, and 1 (Wise) Tyler.

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