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MEMBERS ELECT OF THE FORTY-FOURTH

CONGRESS.

[UNOFFICIAL.] [Those marked with a * are members of the Forty-third Congress. When a seat has been contested the name of the contestant follows that of the holder of the certificate of election.?

ALABAMA.

SENATORS. George E. Spencer. *

| George Goldthwaite. *

REPRESENTATIVES.
I. Frederick G. Bromberg. * IV. Charles Hays. *
II. James T. Rapier.

V. John H. Caldwell. 本
III, Taul Bradford.

VI. Goldsmith W. Hewett. At Large.-B. B. Lewis,

William H. Forney.

ARKANSAS.

*

SENATORS. Powell Clayton.*

| Stephen W. Dorsey. *

REPRESENTATIVES. I. L. B. Gause.

III. William W. Wilshire. II. William F. Slemons.

IV. Thomas M, Gunter. *

CALIFORNIA,

SENATORS. Aaron A. Sargent.*

| Newton Booth.

REPRESENTATIVES. [Four Representatives will be elected in September, 1875.)

CONNECTICUT.

SENATORS. Orris S. Ferry.*

| William W. Eaton.

REPRESENTATIVES.
(Four Representatives will be elected in April, 1875, )

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REPRESENTATIVES.
I, William J. Purman.* III. Josiah T. Walls. *

GEORGIA.

SEXATORS.
Thomas Manson Norwood. * | John B. Gordon, *

REPRESENTATIVES.
I. Julian Hartridge.

VI. James H. Blount. * II, William E. Smith.

VII. William H. Felton. III. Philip Cook.*

VIII. Alex. H. Stephens. * IV. Henry R. Harris. *

IX. Garnett M Millan, V. Milton A, Chandler.

ILLINOIS.

SENATORS. John A. Logan.

Richard J. Oglesby.*

REPRESENTATIVES.
I. Barney G. Caulfield.

XI. Scott Wilke.
II. Jasper D. Ward.

XII. William N. Springer. III, Charles B. Farwell. * XIII. Adlai E. Stevenson. IV. Stephen A, Hurlbut. * XIV. Joseph G. Cannon.* V. Horatio C. Burchard.* XV. John R. Eden.* VI. Thomas J. Henderson. XVI. William A. J. Sparks. VII. Alexander Campbell. XVII, William R. Morrison. * VIII. Greenbury L. Fort.* XVIII. William Hartzell. IX. Richard H. Whiting. XIX. William B, Anderson. X. John C. Bagby.

INDIANA.

SENATORS.

Oliver P. Morton. *

| Joseph E. MacDonald.

REPRESENTATIVES. I. Benoni S. Fuller,

VIII. Morton C. Hunter. * II. James D. Williams.

IX. Thomas J. Cason.* III. Michael C. Kerr.

X. William S. Raymond. IV. Jeptha D. New.

XI. James L. Evans. V. W. S. Holman.*

XII. Andrew H. Hamilton, VI. Milton S. Robinson. XIII. John H. Baker. VII. Franklin Landers.

Freeman Kelley.

IOWA.

SENATORS.

George G. Wright.*

| William B. Allison.*

REPRESENTATIVES.
I. George W. M'Crary.* VI. Ezekial Sampson.
II. John Q. Tufts.

VII. John A. Kasson.*
III. L. L. Ainsworth.

VIII. James Wilson M'Dill, * IV. Henry 0. Pratt.

IX. Addison Oliver. V. James Wilson. *

KANSAS.

SENATORS. John James Ingalls.*

| James M. Harvey.*

REPRESENTATIVES.
I. William A. Phillips.* III. William R. Brown.
II. John R. Goodin.

KENTUCKY.

SENATORS.

John W. Stevenson.*

| Thomas C. M'Creery.*

REPRESENTATIVES. I. A. R. Boone.

VI. Thomas L. Jones. II. John Young Brown.* VII. Joseph C. S. Blackburn. III. Charles W. Milliken.* VIII. Milton J. Durham. IV. J. Proctor Knott.

IX. John D. White. V. Edward Y. Parsons.

X. John B. Clarke.

LOUISIANA.

SENATORS.

Seat claimed by P. B. S. PiuchREPRESENTATIVES. I. Randall Gibson.

J. R. West.*

back and W. L. M'Millan.

IV. William M. Levy. II. E. John Ellis.

V. Frank Morey.* III. Chester B. Darrall.*

VI. Charles E. Nash.

MAINE.

SENATORS.

Lot M. Morrill.*

| Hannibal Hamlin.

REPRESENTATIVES. I. John H. Burleigh. *

IV. Samuel F. Hersey.* II. William P. Frye.*

V. Eugene Hale. * III. James G. Blaine.*

MARYLAND.

SENATORS. George R. Dennis.*

| William Pinckney Whyte.

REPRESENTATIVES. 1. Philip F. Thomas.

IV, Thomas Swann.* II. Charles B. Roberts.

V. Eli J. Henkle. III. William J. O'Brien.* VI. William Walsh,

MASSACHUSETTS.

SENATORS. George S. Boutwell.*

| Henry L. Dawes.

REPRESENTATIVES. I. James Buffinton.*

VII. John K. Tarbox. II. Benjamin W. Harris.* VIII. William Wirt Warren III. Henry L. Pierce, *

IX. George F. Hoar. * IV. Rufus S. Frost.

X. Julius H. Seelye. V. Nathaniel P. Banks. XI. Chester W. Chapin. VI. Charles P. Thompson.

MICHIGAN.

SENATORS. Thomas W. Ferry.*

| Isaac P. Christiancy.

REPRESENTATIVES. I. Alpheus S. Williams. VI. George H. Durand. II. Henry Waldron.*

VII. Omar D. Conger.* III. George Willard. *

VIII. Nathan B. Bradley.* IV. Allen Potter.

IX. Jay A. Hubbell, * V. W. B. Williams. *

MINNESOTA,

SENATORS.

William Windom.*

Samuel J. R. M.Millan,

REPRESENTATIVES. I. Mark H. Dunnel.*

| III. William S. King. II. Horace B. Strait.*

MISSISSIPPI.

SENATORS.

| Branch K. Bruce.

James Lusk Alcorn, *

REPRESENTATIVES. (Six Representatives will be elected in November, 1875.)

MISSOURI.

SENATORS. Lewis V. Bogy*

| F. M. Cockrell.

REPRESENTATIVES. I. Edward C. Kehr.

VIII. B.J. Franklin. II. Erastus Wells. *

IX. P. A. Thompson. III. William H. Stone.*

X. Rezin A. Debolt. IV. Robert A. Hatcher. *

XI. John B. Clark, Jr.* V. Richard P. Bland.

XII, John M. Glover. *. VI. Charles H. Morgan. XIII. Aylett H. Buckner. VII. John F. Philips.

NEBRASKA.

*

SENATORS.
Phineas W. Hitchcock, * i| Algernon S. Paddock.

REPRESENTATIVE.
At Large.-Lorenzo Crounse. *

NEVADA.

SENATORS.

John P. Jones. *

| William Sharon.
REPRESENTATIVE,
At Large. -William Woodburn.
NEW HAMPSHIRE.

SENATORS.)
Aaron H. Cragin.*

| Bainbridge Wadliegh. *

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