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Marrow, grease&other
soap stocks and stuffs.
Mastic, crude...
do not crude..
Matches..
Mathematical instru-
ments, of gold, silver,
ivory or bone.

20 do rags, waste, or
20(shoddy
Parasols and sunshades
25 of silk..... .per ct 30
do sticks or frames for 30
do wire stretchers for.12%
15 Parchment, vellum and
40 imitations..
25
20 Paris white, dry.....lb 1
20 do ground in oil.. 1
de plaster of unground free
16 Pasteboard..... .12
Paste, imitation of pre
cious stones.......pret 7
Paste work, set in gold
and silver..
Paste, almond.
Pearis of a i kinds, not
set.(im tations 7%.p.c.)
15 Pearl, manufactures f
25 not spec.fied...
30 Pens.....

10

ib

do of wood, brass,iron
or s'eel...
Mutting or mats, made
of flags or oth. material
Mattresses, hair or moss
do hair or moss for..
Meal, Indian.....112 lb
Medals, spe imported.free
do not specialy imp'd
Mercury, or quicksilver
do preparations of....
Merino cloth, wool....
do worsted...
do fringe.
Mica, or isinglass..
Milk of Roses..
Millstones (except burr
stone unwro', which
are free).....
Millinery, made up of
all kinds except silk..
do do of silk..
Mineral salt, crude..
Mitts, wool or worsted
do Angora..
do leather...........
do silk..
Mohair, unmanuf. ib..
do manuf. of pr ct....
Molasses, 42 mills lb..
Morphine. ...pret
Mortars, brass, compo.
sition, and wood.
Mosaies

.pr ct
20 Pebble, Brazil,for spec-
75 tacles, not set...gross.2
do extract of.....pr ct 25 Pelerines, silk.....pr ct
Oranges and lemons... 20 do luce...
do in bulk from W. I.free Pelts, salted.
Orange, mineral..pret 20 Pencils, camels' hair..
40 Orchelle, or orcheli... 20 Pencils, slate...
20 Ure, specimens of......free Pencil cases, gold or
20 do not specimens. 20 silver.
3 Organs..

20

30 do gilt or plated..
Penknives..

20 Ornaments, for head
35 dresses
30 Orris or iris root...
1Osnaburghs..
20 Oxen....
Oysters.
25 Pack Thread..

Mother of pearl..
Mouse traps.
Muffs, fur..

do silk..
Music, engravings, or
printed sheets or books
Musical instruments...
Mask...
25 Pans, warming,copper
Muskets per stand.....1 50 Pantaloons....
do barrels.......prct 30 Paper hangings.
Mustard.
25 d. folio & quarto post
do seed..
5&letter&blank note lb.
Myrrh, gum, crude, 15 do foolscap, writing
per ct. not crude..
and drawing.
Nail rods & plates...lb
Nails, iron, cut.
do wrought

do copper and spikes and bolts

do brass or composi
tion....
.........prct
do zinc...
Nankeens.
Napkins, linen....
do cotton
Needles, of all kinds..
Nests, birds'.
Nets, silk, as millinery
Nickel...
Nippers.... .pr ct
Nitrate of potash.
Nitre, refined.....

do antiquarian,demy,
medium, imperial,pot,
4 pith. royal, elephant,
double eleph. sup.royal
4 do blotting, copper-
plate, col'd for labels,
30 or colored for needles,
30 marble or fancy col'd,
30 copying, glass, moroc-
25 co,pressing board,sand
30 and tissue pasteboard,
20 gold or silver paper....12%
20 de col'd copperplate,
30 printing and stainers'..
free do fullers' b'ds, paste-
30 boards and paper ma
20 kers' boards, binders'
2 boards, boxboards, mill

do partially refined... 4 boards, sheathing, wrap
d crude....
free ping and cartridge....
Nutmegs.....
......lb. 30 do all other,notenum.
Nutria skins......pr ct 5 d envelopes, plain,
Nux vomica..
free ornamental, or col'd
Oatmeal..
20 het doux, or fancy
Ochre, ground in oil lb ote, of less size than
Ou of almonds, sweet. letter paper..........
do of cloves....
do of aniseed....pr ct
do of juniper.
do olive, in casks.gal
do in bottles.....pr ct

1

30

do music, with lines, 20 and paper gilt or cov'd 2 with metal other than 20 gold and silver...pr ct 30 do for screens........

10

15

2

20

20

20

2

20

10 20

do do all other......
do Harlaem....

do hempseed and lin
eed and rapeseed..gal
do whale and other,
ot sperm, of foreign
isheries..

do castor...
Oils,not specified. pr ct
il cakes..

do cloth furnture, on
cotton flannel.....yard
do all other furniture.
do silk, linen, and all
other...
do stones....
20 Old brass,copper, pew-
5ter, silver or gold. free
25 Olibanum, or frankin-
40 cense, crude......pr ct
30 do do not crude.....
30 Olives

.12%
.pr ct

20 Onions...
25 Opium..

2 2%

Plums, preserved..
....lb 4 Plums, dry.......
Plush, worsted.
do silk.

30 Pens, metallic..
20 do of quills
20 Pepper, black.......lb
20 do Cayenne, African
20 or Ciuli..

Peppers, p ckled..pr ct
25 Pepper sauce..

40 Prcu sion caps....
20 Perfumery.
30 Perry..

Peruvian bark..

Pudding, linen....prct
30 do woolen
30 Painters' colours...
free Paintings on glass..
30 Paintings and statuary
35 by American artists... free Pewter all manufac
30 Paints, not enumerated 20 tures of, not otherwise
Palm leat, usmanuf...free specified.. ....pr ct 20
20 do other manut. of 25 Philosophical appara.
30 do oil....
free tas, specially imported free
30 do not specially im
50 ported...
.pr ct
35 Phosphorus........
Pianofortes..

25

35

20 20

00

30 Prints, on paper...
40 Printing types...
5 Prunes...

...ib
20 Prunella for shoes, but
25 tons, or bootees, (n
strips or patterns,) prct 5
20 do not for do..
25 Prussian blue..
20 Putty.

.lb

25 Pyrolignate of lead, pre
2 Quadrants and sext❜nts
5 Quality binding...
Queen's ware..
10 Quills, prepared.
30 do uamanufactured.. 15
30 Rags, waste......
..lb
30 Railroad iron.....ton.2500
25 Kaisius, in bxs or jar,
0 (Muscatel or bloom.) lb
do all other..
Rakes...
Rape seed...
do do oil. .gal
Rasps and files....pret
Ratilia (a liquor)...gal 60
Rattans, unmanuf.....free
30 Ravens duck.....sq yd 7
20 Razors. ........pret 30
30 Red chalk.

..prct

20

Red precipitate...pr ct 25 30 Reeds, unmanufact'd. free 5 do manufactured... do weavers'. Resin..

20

30

15

15

Resinous substances & gums, not specified, in a crude state.

40

.Ib Pins, package, not ex. ceeding 5000 to the p'k of 12 papers,(& in same proportion for less quan tity).... ......pack P ns, pound..........lb 2 Pine upples from West Indies, in bulk.. do pre erved.....pr et Pipes, clay, for smok'g do lead... 4 Rings, brass, ir. or st... 30 do cast iron... 1 Rivets do do do.... 30 Pistols... ..pr ct 30 Roots, not otherwise sp.free Plains, of wool... 40 Rose water..... Plaits for hats or bon'ts 35 Roses, etto of.... Plants,shrubs and trees free Rotten stone...... Plantains.in bulk, from Rouge.. West Indies..... ..free Rubies

15 do not a crude state. 25 Rhubarb free .free Ribbons, silk. .lb.2 502 25 Rize.... .pr ct 201 30 Rifles.. .each,2 50

10

.free Rules bone, ivory...

15

ga

do not do do....pr ct 20 Rugs, hearth and horse 405
3 Plaster of Paris.
Plane irons and planes 30 do brass, wood, iron,&c 30
Plated metal in sheets.. 30 Rum, 1st and second
Plate, silver wares.... 30 proof
Plated wares of all kind
not otherwise specified 30
20 do copper....
30
do boiler&nail iron, lh 2%
Plaina, unmanuf......free
Ploughs...

do 3d do..
do 4th do..
do 5th do.
do above 5th...

do cherry..

.pr ct 3 Russia diaper.....pr et do castings for......lb 1 do sheetings, brown Plumes...........pr ct 25 and white......

17 Pickles, capers, and

sauces,

15 Pimento..

7%

Potash,bichromateof)
25 do chromate of...
do prussiate of. pr ct
7 Pounce..

Poultry, in cases...
Powder, bleaching, lb
do gu...

do hair & tooth, pret Printed music...

..free

.lb.8 50 do cotton, or if any cotton... .pr et 30 do hair.... Pocket books, leather. do paper... Pocket lights... Porcelain porcelain glass. Pork.....

ware

Porter, in casks....
Potatoes ......bushel 10

und

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25 free 20

do duck.. .sq yd Saddlery, japanned & tinned..

7 do do silk..
Shot, lead..........lb.
do cast iron.
Shovels and tongs. p. c.
30 Shrub... ..gal.
30 Sieves, hair....per ct.
..Ib 21⁄2 do wire....

free Silk, raw,comprehend.
..pr ct 20 ing all ingum.... ..lb.
20 do bolting cloths..p.c
do floss, pu ified from
the gum...

Sandal wood

30 20

25

do manut, of, not oth-
erwise specified....lb.2
do do and cotton..p.c
do do and wool......
2do do and worsted...
20 do do mix'd with gold
20 or silver....
20 do pongee and plain
white silk for printing
or coloring.........lb.1 50
do other articles of,
made up by hand, in
Sardines and ther fish whole or in part, and
preserved in oil..
20 not th.... ..pr et.
Sar-apurilla...
.free Silver leaf...
Sursanets, silk.. ..lb 2 50 d manufactures of.. 30
Sassafras.. .pret 20 do watches and parts 7
Satin, silk.
.lb.2 50 Sisal grass ..ton.25 00
Sattiuets.. ..pret 40 skin, calf and seal,
Saucepans, copper,
tanned & dress'd.doz.5 00
wrought iron or t.... 36 do sheep, or skivers,.2 00
do cast iron, glazed r do goat or morocco.2 50
tinned...
..lb. 21⁄2 do kid or morocco...1 50 instrument
Sausages, Bologna, & do tanned and not
other...
..pr et dressed, goat or sheep.1
Saws, mill, cross-cut do k d'and lamb, tun-
and pit.... each,1 00 net and not dressed...
do all other......pr ct 30 do tanned and dressed
Scagliola table tops... 30 otherwise than in-color
Scale-beans..
30 viz; fawa, kid & amb,
Sculpture,specimens of known as chamois....1
specially imported,....free do raw or und esse.!,
Scythes... .pr ct 30 dried or salted...per ct.
Seating or hair cloth.. 25 do pickled & in casks,
Sealing wax...
25 n t specified..
Seed, anise, coriander Slates of all kinds
cumin, and canary.. 20 Saltz... .per ct.
Seines..
7 Snuff
lb.
20 Snuff boxes, paper, ju-
20 panned or not jap.p.c.
Seppia
20 Soup, perfumed or
Serge, woolen..
40 Windsor of all kinds.
Sewing silk or twist, do all others... ib.
average..
.lb.2 00 do soft.
.bbl.
Shaw.s, merino of Sap stocks and soap
wool
.per ct. 40 stuffs
...per ct.
do of worsted do.
do of silk.......do.
do of cotton (see Cot-
ton,)...... ..perct.
do fall kinds, made do powders..
ready for use....per ct. 40 Spades
Sheet brass.. do. 30 Spanish brown, dry.ih
d iron... ..lb. 22 do ground in oil.
Shellac
free Spanish flies..
Shells (exc, pearl) p.c. 20 par and alabaster or-
do manuf. of..... do 20 naments...... per ct.
Shell or fancy boxes, Spectacles, gold, silver
not otherwise spec..p.c 25 or shell, mounted.p.c.
Shoes, India rub...do. 30 do others....
do and pumps, men's do glasses or pebbles,
of leather.........pair 30 when not set....gross.2
do doub. soled pumps Spelter... .per ct.
and welts, women's pr 40 Spermacet oil, of for.
do or slippers, wom's.
eign fisheries......gal.
(except silk)..... pair 25 Spikes, iron.. ...lb.
d children's boots Spirits, dist lle trom
and bootees. ... pair 15 grain or oth. materials
do women's or men's 1st and 2d proof..gal
silk or satin, and slip- 3d proof..
pers
....pair 30
4th do
do children's do. do.. 15 5th do
Shoes for horses, iron. 30 above 5th proof.....
Shoe binding, wool... 30 Sponges........per ct.
do do leather.... 35 Spoons, silver or gold.

Seneca root.. .pr ct
Senna..

40 Soda ash...
80 do all carbonates of
except soda ash, caril-
40 la and kelp

..prct 20 do plated, brass and polished steel. Saddles... Sad irons.. Saffron.. Sago... Sal soda... Salmon, pickled...bbl 2 00 Salt, 8c. pr bu. of 56 lbs do foss.I or crude mineral.. .pr ct

20 free 4

alpetre, crnde. do part ally refin'd.lb do retined. Salts, Epsom....pr ct do Glauber... do Rochelle.. do all other, and all preparations of salts not enumerated.

20 free

30 do plated, iron, or
4 other metal.
1 Spunk

30 Spy glasses..
62 Squares, of ir'n or steel
20 do of brass or wood..
30 Starch..

.lb.
Steel, cast, sheer, and
German, in bars. 112ib 1
do all other in bars...2
do manuf. of, not oth-
25 erwise specified, or of
which steel is a compo-
F0 nent part.......per c.
30 Steel yards..
40 stereotype plates....
30 Stockings, cot'n, wool.
en, worked...
do Angora

30

50

2

00

75

5

for buttons exclusively. 30 do or ivory, unmanuf.free 20 Telescopes......perct. 20$ 30 Tentenague............free 3 Thermometers..per ct. 30 30 Th bet shawis &c. 2 real, made up for use.. do oi woul........ Thread, linen... do cotton...... Ticking, hemp. do flax....

do cotton (see cotton) 0 30 Ticklenburgs.. 30 Tiles (except marble) 25 and bricks for paving 30 Tin, pigs, bars, blocks 30 Tin fil, tiu i sheets or 20 plates, terme plates and

aggers' tin....

50

50

do silk, made by hand
in whole or in part....
do linen....
Stockinetts...
Stone ware...
Stones, precious, ser or
not set.........per ct.
do polishing...... free
Straw bennets and
hats.
.per ct.
do carpeting, or Chi-
nese matting

do manufactured, for
hats and bonn ts.....
Strings, for musicul

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00 Tarred cordage and
10 canles.....

.lb.
Tartar,crude & cream.free
25 do emetic......per ct. 20
3T as imported from
China, or other places,
where grown, in Amer.
60 iean vessels.......
65 do from other places,
70 or in for'n. vessels. p.c.
75 Teazles
90 Teeth, elephants', and
other auimais, not ma-
30 nufactured, suitable

25

30 Tu, all manufactures
25 of, not otherw.spec'd. 30
30 Tinctures, not other-
30 wise enumerated....

Tips, of hone or horn.. 7 Tobacco, manut, other than sauifor cigars. b. 10 do unmanufac ured, 35 in leaf..........per ct. 20 Tongues and sounds.. 20 25 Lucar, or Canary, in

c'k or bottles......gal. 60 35 Tools of trade of pe

Sons arriving in U. S..free 15 Tooth brushes per ct. 30 30 Tortoise shell... 25 opaz.... Tow.. ..ton.20 00 Tow cloth of hemp.p.c 20 do of flax

6 7

25

Stuff goods, (worsted)
Sublimate, corrosive..
Sugar, brown, in the
raw stu e, syrup of su
gur, or of sugar cane.lb 2%
do bwn, clayed.... 22
do all other, advanced
beyond the raw state,
by claying, boiling,
5 clarifying, or otherw'e

C0

Toys and dolls of every de cription 30 Trace chains, iron..lb. 4 Turpentine, sp. of..gal 10 Turineric..... ...free 4 Turtles.. .per ct. 20 Twise, tarred......lb. 5 do untar, or cleaned. 62 Twist mohair or silk & 6 moha r 2 (0 21⁄2 do cotton(see cot).p.c. 30 40 Umbrellas and parasols 30

4

40

1
free

and not yet refined....
20 do refined, whether
20 loaf, lump, crushed,
20 pulv. or adulterated &
12 on sugar candy...
do syrup of......
25 Sulph. of quin'e. oz. av
do of copper, or blue
30 vitriol..
..lb.
do of magnesia. pr. ct.
50 Sulphuric acid......1.
Sumac...
10 Sweetmeats of all kids
5 preserved in molasses,
sugar or brandy..pr.ct 25
Swords and blades....
20 Syrup of sugar cane.lb
30 Tacks, tinned..per ct.
30 Taggers' iron...
1Tailors' irons......lb. 2% Velvet, silk.
1% Talc........ .per ct.
free Tallow
...lb.
Tama inds.....per ct.
30 Tapers, wax.
Tapes, I nen..
20 do cotton...
30 Tapioca..
Tar

30
21⁄2

......................

do stretchers of iron 4 or steel, square wire...12% 20 Valencias of wool. do of worsted, or silk and worsted. 30 Varnishes of all kinds. 20 Vegetables, us d prinepally in dyeing......free do of all kinds, not u ed in dyeing, and not 30 enumerated....per ct. 20 5 Veils, lace, made up.. 50 ..b.2 50 20 do cotton, (minimum 135 cts. sq. yd.)....pr.c. 30 2 Venison, hams.....lb. 3 30 do silver or plated.p.c 20 25 do brass or coppe..... 25 30 do cap or bonnet, cov25 ered with silk.......lb. 15 Verdigris. ..per ct. Vermicelli, and ailm 5 lar prep's. not spec'd. 30 Vermillion Ves els of copper..... 30 do of cast iron, com....lb. 1% do glazed or tin do of silv. or g'ld..p.c 30 Vices. 30 Vinegar

20

mon

.free

20

.gul 20 Vitriol, white,..pr. ct. 2u Volatile and essential oils, not oth. spec.p.c. 20 Wafers.

25

25 5

12 20

2

Wagon boxes.....lb.
Wares of all kinds, of
gold or silver, not oth
erwise specified....
Watches, and parts of
watches, & watch ma-
terials, not oth. spec...
Water Colors...
Wax, shoemakers'.
Wax, amber, or com-
position leads....
Weld....

Whalebone, of foreign
fisheries..

Wheat

30

1 do Port in casks......
do Burg'y. in casks..
do Ten'ffe, in c. or b.
do Claret, in casks...
do White,not enum. of
Fr'ce, Austria, Prussia,
Sard'a, P'tug', & pos.
do do in botfles.....
do red, not enumer.
ated, of same countries
25 in casks, 6 cts. per gal.
free in bottles..

15 tria, Prussia, Sardinia
15 and of Portugal and its
20 poss'ns. when in bot's.
6 do do when in casks.
Wire, iron or steel, not
exceeding No. 14...lb.
do do over No. 14 &
not exceeding No. 25..
do do over No. 25.
do do cotton thread
do square for umbrel-
la.......
pr.c.12%
Woad, or pastel...lb.
Wod. all manuf. of,
not othw.specified.p.c
do unmanuf'd. of all
kinds, not oth'w. spec. do
do rose, satin, mahog.
any and cedar..per ct.
de for fuel, and tim-
ber for b'ld'g wharves,
and lumber, in rough..
Wool, unmanuf'd. the

20

20

do white and red, of .12% Spain, Germany & the ..bush. 25 Med terran'n. in c'ks..12 Whips. perct. 35 do do in bottles...... Whiting. .Ib. 1 do Sicily Maderia, or Wigs.... ..per ct. 25 Marsala, in c'ks. or b. Wine, Mad. Sherry,Sun do other wines of SiLuca,or Canary gal. 60ity, in casks or bot... do Champagne 40 do all other, not enudo Port, Burgundy & nerated, & other than Claret, in bottles...... 35 those of France, Aus

25

15

15

.....

7%
20

15

7%
20

..

5

[value whereof at the port of export'n. shall not exceed 7 c. per lb. do all other descrip's. of, a duty of the three 5 cents per pound, and. 30 do all manuf. of, ex8 cept carpetings. flan11 nels, bockings, baizes, 8 blankets, worsted stuff goods, ready-made clothing, hos'y, mitts, 1 caps, gloves »nd bindings, (which see).. Woolen yarn.. Worsted yarn..

30

30

do do or stuff goods. 3 Yams... Yarn, woolen.... do flax.

20

30

..lb. 6 Zinc, in sheets....p. c. 102 do manufactures of.. 30

65
25

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KENTUCKY-HENRY CLAY.

The Kentucky Electors for President and Vice President met at Frankfort on the 4th day of December, 1844; and after closing their official business, appointed a Committee to prepare an address and to wait upon Mr. Clay the next day at Ashland. Upon reaching the door of Mr. Clay's dwelling, Mr. UNDERWOOD on behalf of the Committee, read the address and was replied to by Mr. Clay as follows:

MR. CLAY'S REPLY.

I am greatly obliged, Gentlemen, by the kindness condemning it in advance. On the contrary, I earnest towards me, which has prompted this visit from the ly desire that, enlightened by its own reflections, and Governor, the Presidential Electors of Kentucky and by a deliberate review of all the great interests of the some of my fellow-citizens in private life. And I thank country, or prompted by public opinion, the benefit you, Sir, (Mr. Underwood) their organ, on this occa- may be yet secured of the practical execution of those sion, for the feeling and eloquent address which you principles and measures, for which we have honestly have just done me the honor to deliver. I um under contended, that peace and honor may be preserved, and the greatest obligations to the People of Kentucky. that this young but great nation may be rendered harDuring more than forty years of my life, they have de-monious, prosperous, and powerful.

monstrated their confidence un affection towards ine, We are not without consolations under the event in every variety of form. This last and crowning evi, which has happened. The Whig party has fully and dence of their long and faithful attachment, exhibited fairly exhibited to the country the principles and men. in the vote which, in their behalf, you gave yesterday; sures which it believed best adapted to secure our liberat the seat f the State Government, at the Electoral ties and promote the common welfare. It has made, Coliege of Kentucky, fills me with overflowing grati- in their support, constant and urgent appeals to the tude. But I should fail to express the feelings of my reason and judgment of the people. For myself, I heart, if I did not also offer my profound and grateful have the high satisfaction to know that I have escaped acknowledgments to other States, which have united a great and fearful responsibility; and that, during the with Kentucky in the endeavor to elect me to the Chief whole canvass, I have done nothing inconsistent with Magistracy of the Union, and to the million and a the dictates of the purest honor. No mortal mun is auquarter of freemen, embracing so much virtue, intelli-thorized to say that I held out to him the promise of gence and patriotism, who, wherever residing, have directed strenuous and enthusiastic exertions to the any office or appointment whatever. same object.

What now is the duty of the Whig party? I venture) Their effort has proved unavailing, and the issue of to express any opinion with the greatest diffidence. the election has not corresponded with their anxious The future is enveloped in a veil impenetrable by huhopes and confident expectations. You have, Sir, as man eyes. I cannot contemplate it without feelings of signed some of the causes which you suppose have oc.great discouragement. But I know of only one safe casioned the result. I will not trust myself to speak of rule in all the vicissitudes of human life, public and them. My duty is that of perfect submission to an of what is right, and firmly and undeviatingly to purprivate, and that is conscientiously to satisfy ourselves Seven', which is now irrevocable. I will not affect indifference to the personal concern sue it under all trials and circumstances, confiding in which I had in the political contest, just terminated; the great Ruler of the Universe for ultimate success.but, unless I am greatly self-deceived, the principal at: The Whigs are deliberately convinced of the truth traction to me of the office of President of the United and wisdom of the principles and measures which they Sates, arose out of the cherished hope that I might be should persevere in contending for them; and that, adhave espoused. It seems, therefore, to me, that they an humble instrument, in the hands of Providence, to accomplish public good. I desired to see the former hering to their separate and distinct organization, they puri y of the General Government restored, and to see should treat all who have the good of their country in dangers and evils, which I sincerely believed encom- view with respect and sympathy, and invite their copassed it, averted and remedied. I was anxious that operation in securing the patriotic objects which it has the policy of the country, esp cially in the great de. jbeen their aim and purpose to accomplish. partment of its domestic labor and industry should be I heartily thank you, Sir, for your friendly wishes for fixed and stable, that all might know how to regulate my happiness, in the retirement, which henceforward and accommodate their conduct. And, fully con- best becomes me. Here hope to enjoy peace and vinced of the wisdom of the public measures, which tranquillity, seeking faithfully to perform, in the walks you have enumerated, I hoped to live to witness, and of private life, whatever duties may yet appertain to to contribute to, their adoption and establishment. ne. And I shall never cease, whilst life remains, to So far as respects any officia: agency of mine, it has look, with lively interest and deep solicitude, upon the been otherwise decreed, and I bow respectfully to the movement and operations of our free system of Gov. decree. The future course of the Government is alto-ernment, and to hope that, under the smiles of an allgether unknown, and wrapt in painful uncertainty. I wise Providence, the Republic may be ever just, honor. shall not do the new Administration the injustice of able, prosperous and great.

Counties. Aroostook. Cumberland..

BY STATES, CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS, AND COUNTIES.

Franklin

Hancock

Kennebec

Lincoln

Oxford
Penobscot
Piscataquis.
Somerset
Waldo

Washington..
York

ELECTION

Counties: Belknap. Carroll Cheshire. Coos..

MAINE.

1844. PRES'T. 1840.
Clau.
Polk. Birney. Har'n, V. B.
398 907 21.. 289
4483 6367 695.

.1132

1609

392.

.1849

2608

105.

.5393

3 35

561

.4566

5354

461

.1887

.3376

.1074 1136

4395 397 4895 695 228. .2849 2530 435. .1826 4661 316. 2329 2605

77

.3216 5117 453......4785

6790

1848

.2434

302

Total......34,378 45,719 4,836.... .46,612 46,201 Nantucket... 633

Bennington..
Caledonia..
Chittenden..

Essex.

Franklin.

.6905

.6286

.2932

Polk's majority over Clay, 11,341; over all, 6,505.-
Maj. for Harrison, 411.
Aggregate vote of 1840..

1844..

Decrease in four years..

Grand Isle.
Lamoile

Orange

Orleans..
Rutland

.4333
.1275

3684
.2694
2357

NEW HAMPSHIRE.

1840.

1844.
Clay. Polk.Birney. Harrison.V, B.
864 1701 248..... 1531 2252
732 1816 233. .1494 2450
.2558 2070 374. .3634 2310
348 1364 108. 532 1343
2566 4046 631
4969
.3124 4583 675.
.1589 3821 628.
2830 4007 584.

3697

4086

Grafton...
Hillsborough
Merrimack.
Rockingham
Strafford
.1702 1808 330. .2356
Sullivan.... .1553 1944

2754
4115

Washington...
Windham....
Windsor.....

Total.

Total.......17,866 27,160 4,161....26,297 Polk over Clay, 9,294; Polk over all, 5,095. Aggregate vote of 1840...

66 1841...

Decrease in four years.....

MASSACHUSETTS.

5259

9124

7562

PRESIDENT. 1844. GOVERNOR. Co's. Clay, Polk. Bir'y. Br'gs. B'n'ft. S'll. 480 Suffolk. 8778 4659 509.. 8778 4659 619 6438 E sex. .8415 1837....870 6351 1757 2018 Middlesex...9581 1713....9814 9243 1454 259 Worcester...9359 2147....9874 7696 1852 3521 Hampshire...3725 1676 525 5188 Hampden....3416 413 4800 Franklin.....2725 3442 4445 Berkshire... 366 113 Norfolk.. 5217 2597 Bristol ..4872 5069 Plymouth...4449 2235 Barnstable...2290 5725 Dukes.......

3625

2107

37:0

376

4287

4383

765 S

1605 626 3828
3:93 451 $470
2047 423 2796
2885 401....3607
888. .8264
644....4987
805....4603
251 .2.98
24.... 206
41.... 643

5155

555

3:05

702

243

14 2
261
256

RETURNS,

2054 350. .2098 2299

Total....67,418 52,846 10,860 69.038 54,189 9,664 Clay's majority over Polk 14,572-Majority over both 92,813 Polk and Birney, 3,712.

.84,902

Brigg's majority over Bancroft 14 849-Majority over both Bancroft and Sewall (Ab,) 5,185.

7,911

Dist.
I.

4903

315

1415

II.

255

237

RHODE ISLAND.
1844.

Counties: Clau.
Bristol

589

Kent....

589

.1229

Newport..
Providence.....3751
Washington... 967

5,277

3.302

5091 Total.... .7,322
5050 Clay's maj. 2,455; Harrison's, 1,975. Whig gain, 494.
4983

New-Haven.5546
Middlesex...2324
Total...7,870

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1191

IV.
162 Litchfield....4668
888 Fairfield.....5368

2216 Total..10,036

CONNECTICUT.

32,801
PRESIDENT, Nov. 1844. GOVERNOR, Apr.
59,098
Clay. Polk. Birney. Bald. Cleve. Ab.
.49,228 Hartford.....6259 5624 287....6006
288
Tolland.....1964 1950
.9,870
Total...8,223 7,5:4

53 6
1893
7,249

120....1860
407...7,866

114

402

4726
2354

7,080

1840. Polk. Harrison. V. Buren. 109....... 476 136

669

373

914

VERMONT.
1844.

1840.

Counties. Clay. Polk. Birney. Har'n. V. B.
Addison
.2527 772 312.. 2806 916 III.
.1656 1450 1/8. .1796 1423 New-London4081
1762 1730
1713 Windham...2620
..1924 1444

184.
386.

2025
2286

1381 Total...6,701

392

331

448

1872

1438

18. 261.

2186

339

165

363

485

759

411

907

.2076

1910 412.

2874

8,934

510...9,203 8,681

527

.1192

833 245.

1297

3584 1578 333. .4114 1650 2085 301. 2057 .2642 1703 385. 3472 .4669 1843 538. .5817 It will be seen that at the Presidential Election .26,770 18.041 3,954. 32,443 18,019 there was a Clay majority in each Congressional DisMajority for Clay, 8,729. Harrison's do, 14,424. Itrict of Connecticut.

745 Entire vote. 32,832 29,811 1,943..30,093 28,846 1,980 1551 Clay over Polk, 2.991; over Polk and Birney, 1,048. 1984 Baldwin over Cleveland in April, 1,247; Cleveland 1715 and Abolition over Baldwin, 742. 1821

3709

2544

6,253

381.

473.

3192.
712.

4.867

4335
4599

27

39

2481

737

417

1711

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Counties. Clay.
Albany
Allegany.
Broome

Monroe

NEW-YORK.

PRESIDENT, 1844.

PRESIDENT, 1840.
Polk Birn'y. Har. V.B. B'y.
.7109 6916 124......6372 5944 45 X.

.3913 3640 425. .4132 3382
2661 2508 106.

2131
2485

III.

IV.

V.

Cattaraugus..2743
Cayuga.......4908
Chautauque..5612
Chemung
Chenango....4215
Clinton.
Columbia
Cortland
Delaware..
Dutchess .5767 5627

100.

Erie....
.6905 5050 415.
Essex
.2612 1998 143.
Franklin .1524 1501 93.
Fulton and
2192
2107
Hamilton,
Genesee. 3604 2105 298.
Greene.. .2968 3488 30.
Herkimer .2868
Jefferson. .5576
Kings
.5107
Lewis.. .1640

4346 648.
6291 712.
4648 77.

2073

154.

2709 210.

Livingston...3773
Madison.....3583 3848 1311.
6873 5611 430.
3278 85.
28296 117.
2589 310.
7717 1144..
6878
732.
.4568 3659 435.
.4626 5303 37.
.2500 2311 276.
.3771 4384 851.

Montgomery..2849
New-York..26385
Niagara......3100
Oneida.......6983
Onondaga...6495
Ontario
Orange
Orleans
Oswego
Otsego
Putnam
Queens
Rensselaer. .6360 5618 181..
Richmond....1049
Rockland 794
St. Lawrence 4672
Saratoga.....4550
Schenectady .1814
Schoharie....2986

413.

.4743
979

6050
1731
2547 2751

1063 1...
1679 1.
6008 468.
4200 119.
1679 31.
3523 111.
2569 124.
5512 243.

Seneca .2327
Steuben. .4385
Suffolk. .2487 3375
Sullivan... .1739 1964
Tioga.
.1999 2543
Tompkins. .3845 4013
Ulster... .4804
Warren..
.133)
Washington..5024
Wayne .3953
Westchester..4258
Wyoming....2754
Yates..... .2056 2110 207. .2072 2087 44

4783
1791

118.

3270 338.
4046 563.

4412 19.
2102 442..

Total..232,482 237,588 15,812...225,817 212,527 2,808 Fulton....

Majority for Polk, 5,106; do. for Harrison, 13,290.

66

86

66

2634 487.

376.

Dist's.

I. Cogswell. Lawr'e.
Queens... .2506 2744
Suffolk. ..2429 3388

6,132

5202

3407

314.

.1791

2592

106.

4495

243.

2218 410.

4691 11.

1919
.4322
.2378 2358 543.
.3071 4230 205.
37..

14. 30.

90.

Total...6.613

322

12.

Total...4,935

II. *Seam in.Murphy. Whiting.
Kings
.......5105
62....5020
Richmond...10.9
.1044

4650
1036
Total...6,164 5,686 62...6,064

4864

3345

2522 2550 .5752 5424 903 851

637 4803

2296

3995

85...

.2395
.2966
.5164

79 XIII.
21 Total...6,428 6.783
64 V. *Woodruff. Leonard. Scoles.
73 VIII. Ward..2487 2189

5935

23

1693

9

IX.
XIV.

4386

25

2023

2122
..2544
..1183 1698
1828 31 Total...6,214 6,009 273...5,824
.4287 4478 5 VI. *Campbell. Moore. Fish.
.2664
2229 44
XI.Ward.1344 2017
2988 3847 42
.5355 5362 16
.6784 3691 36
.2617
1789 1
..1440 1110 6
.1964
123

764

924

2131

1645 29 Total...7,856 7,750 486...7,542

.7057

222 VII, Barretto. Anderson. Jay.
3809 156 Rockland 696 1678
3258 7 Westchester.4111 4420 22 4231
4350 70

790

.2931

.3118 .6257

.3293

.1718
.3916

972

5735 33 1743 7,478

.4266

5630 59 Total...4,807 6,098 22...5,021
3157 24 VIII. Rankin. Wood'h. Knevels.
1755 37 Dutchess.....5736 5601 35....5698
2634 52 Putnam..... 974 1739
4114 240
4834 77 Total...6,710 7,340 35...6,670
3298 9IX. Hasbrouck.Niven. Scofield.
21935 153 Orange..... 4703 5284
35....
4604 5354 34
2219 72 Sullivan.....1771 1878 21....1745 1983 23
7768 393
57
7,337

.6168

33

2828
.20958
2964
.7156
.6557

.4828
4371
.2606

6563 105 Total...6,474 7,162 £6...6,349
3451 152 X.
Gould. Gordon. Wat'y.
4845 3 Delaware.. 3314 3828 144....3932
2027 77 Ulster .......4807 4817
3907 166
5581 60
920 1583

4192

.4787 144...7,819

4856

4416 3873

1752

1577

2895

1657
4751

CONGRESS. 1844. GOVERNOR.

...4,980

*

IV. Lawrence. Maclay. W'ms.
1624
VI.Ward.. 853
.2251
VII.
1895
..1793
1711
..1531 1553

NEW-YORK CITY.

III. *Miller. Nicoll. Phanix.
I. Ward..1246 1026
....1235

II.

584

1080
639

961
..1639 930

922

.1633 997

..1072 1520

.1057

1606

..1695 1328

.1613

1456

5,388

87...6,465

5,778

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4781
1071

5,852

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Total...8,423
Fillm'e. Wr't. Stew't.

2504 2797
.2476 3397
6,194

864 1709 2057 2222 ..1664 2020 1326 1881

..5,911 7,832

63

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3345

2466

2472
.4081 4820
.2415 3484
.1475 1679
1925 2180 5 Total...7,512 5,297 474.7,569
3969 3558 32
.4491 4280
XV. Moore. Russell. Board'n.
.1903
1306
2220
Clinton
1411
1517
.5071 3024 28 Franklin.....1519
10
.4309 3997 36 L Lake. Ham. Co.
.4083 4354
..1328 1694
(with Genesee.) Total...4,750

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.2586

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Total...7,254 8,226

41 XII Herrick. Seymour. Griffith.
16 Rensselaer...6,242 5,692 175...6,263 5,756
5 XIII. Wheaton. Wood. Barker.

26 Albany.....6,967 7,058 98...7,044 7,019
XIV. Culver.Bishop.Corliss.
2029
Essex.
3268
9 Washington.4926

13
42

1083

4468

6,151

1XVII. Alx'r. Benton. Clisbe.
9 Herkimer....2372
Montgomery 2834

4401
3290

10

1737

423....1884
86....1518
97....1317
5,441 606...4,699 5,520
XVI. White. Ellis. Smith.
...1971
1941
Hamiltont... 150 229
Saratoga. ..4520 4252
1702
Schenectady.1782

106..

19

2262
1521

2103 116....4499 30....1779

8,124 252...8,381 8,214

30

6231

4294 4736 11 .2935 3529 312 .7,229 8,265 422

177

11

4307 184 4839 10 1942 9,136

Total...5,706 7,691

XVIII. Hopkins. King. Mitchell.
2079
..1654
Lewis
St.Lawrence 4641 6066
64 Total...6,295 8,145

XIX. Bradley. Hung'd. Porter.
Jefferson....5,587 6,304 717...5,571 6,341
1XX. White. Jenkins. Allin.
5 Oneidat.....7,094 7,617 1,086...6,982

11

3

11

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148....2590 2032 148 326....4979 3342 327

5,374

475

18

19

431

86

100

617

103

2207 4296

120

1711 30

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560

572....2877 4418
91....2840 3296 82
663...5,717 7,714 642

153....1655 2080 153 459....4625 6114

612...6,280 8,194

596

717

7,893 1,061

* Natives.

+ Except Long Lake township, Included in 15th Dist Levi D. Carpenter was also elected to serve out the 31 unexpired term of Samuel Beardsley, resigned.

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