Gambar halaman
PDF
ePub

24. POPULATION.

1. Table showing the amount of Population in the different States and

Territories, and the Number of Square Miles in each.

[blocks in formation]

Maine

32,000 96,540 151,719 228,705 298,335 New Hampshire 9,280 141,885 183,858 214,460 241,161 Massachusetts 7,800 378,787 422,375 472,040 523,287 Rhode Island

1,360 68,825 69,122 76,931 83,959 Vermont

10,212 85,539 154,465 277,895 235,764 Connecticut

4,674 237,946 251,002 261,942 273,248 New York

46,000 340,120 586,058 959,0491,372,812 New Jersey 6,900 184,139 211,149 245,562 277,575 Delaware

2,068 59,094 64,273 76,672 72,749 Pennsylvania 43,950 434,373 602,548 810,091 1,049,449 Maryland

10,800 319,728 349,692 380,546 407,350 Virginia

64,000 747,620 886,149 974,622 1,065,366 North Carolina 43,800 393,951 478,103 555,500 638,829 South Carolina 30,080 249,073 345,591 415,115 502,741 Georgia

58,200 82,548 162,686 252,433 340,989 Kentucky

39,000 73,677 220,959 406,511 564,317 Tennessee

40,000

105,602 261,727 422,613 Ohio 39,000

230,760 581,434 Louisiana 48,2201

20,845 153,407 Indiana 36,250

5,641 24,520 147,1781 Mississippi 45,350

8,850 40,352 75,4481 N. W. Territory

45,365 Orleans

76,555
Illinois
59,000

12,282 55,211 Alabama 50,800

127,901 Missouri 60,300

66,586 Western Territories

35,691 Michigan Territory 54,000

4,762

8,896 Arkansas 121,000

14,246 Florida

45,090 Dist. of Columbia

100
14,093 24,023

33,039

[ocr errors]

66

Total

3,929,3265,319,7627,239,904/9,637,999

.

2. Relative Increase of the White and Colored Classes.

Total
Free
Slaves

1790.
1800.
1810.

1820.
3,929,328 5,319,762 7,239,903 | 9,663,226
3,227,046 4,429,881 6,074,562 8,110,108
694,280 889,118 1,165,441 1,538,118
177
167
160

159
1000
1000

1000 1000

Slaves to Freel }

25. COLLEGES IN THE UNITED STATES.

[This table and the following are taken from the Journal of the American Education Society.]
Table containing the proper title of each college; the place where it is situated; the time when founded; the name of the
President or Provost; the number of academic instructers; the number of graduates in 1828; the number of undergraduates
in the respective classes in 1828–9; the number of volumes in the college libraries, and in the social libraries of the students.
When

No. ac Gradu

Vols. in Vols.

Under.
Name.
Place.

President Provost.

cademic ates in

College
founded.

Stu-
1828—9.
Inst'ers. 1828.

Librar. dents.
Waterville
Waterville, Maine
1820 Rev. Jeremiah Chaplin, D. D.

5 12

1700 500 Bowdoin Brunswick, Maine 1794 Rev. William Allen, D. D.

20 107 | 8000 4300 Dartmouth Hanover, N. H. 1769 Rev. Nathan Lord, D. D.

8 41 128 3500 8000 Middlebury Middlebury, Vt.

1800 Rev. Joshua Bates, D.D.

5 18 81 | 1646 2322
Vermont Univ. Burlington, Vt.
1791 Rev. James Marsh

5 4 33 1500 1000
Williams
Williamstown, Mass. 1793
Rev. E. D. Griffin, d. D.

7 18 92 2100 1660
Amherst
Amherst, Mass.
1821 Rev. Heman Humphrey, D. D.

9 40 211 2300 3140 Harvard Univ. Cambridge, Mass. 1638 Hon. Josiah Quincy, LL. D.

15 52 254 30000 4600 Brown Univ. Providence, R. I. 1764 Rev. Francis Wayland, D.D.

6 25 99 6000 5750 Washington Hartford, Ct.

1826 Rt. Rev, Thomas C. Brownell, D. D. 9 15 74 5000 1200 Yale New Haven, Ct. 1700 Rev. J, Day, D. D. LL. D.

16 82 324 8500 6500 Columbia New York City 1754 Rev. William Harris, D. D.

8 Union Schenectady, N. Y. 1794 Rev. E. Nott, D. D. LL. D.

9 69 2235000 8000
Hamilton
Clinton, N. Y.
1812 Rev. H. Davis, D. D.

14
Geneva
Geneva, N. Y.
1825

5

20 390 580 Rutgers New Brunswick, N. J. 1770 Rev. P, Milledoller, D. D.

6 20 63 Nassau Hall Princeton, N.J. 1746 Rev. J. Carnahan, D. D.

26 43 8000 4000 U. Pennsylvania Philadelphia, Penn. 1755 Rev. Wm. H. De Lancey, D. D.

5

50 Jefferson Canonsburg, Penn. 1802 Rev, M. Brown, D. D,

4 28 99 600 1700 Dickinson Carlisle, Penn. 1783 Rev. Wm. Neill, D.D.

6 22 62 2000 5000 Washington Washington, Penn. 1806

3 8 31 400 525

[ocr errors]

1820

41

400

525

13

1815
1805
1821
1814

[ocr errors]

12

7000

10000
60 3000
131 8000

1000

8

[ocr errors]

3
17
13

103
23

00
1500

700

[ocr errors]
[merged small][ocr errors]

Western Univ. Pittsburg, Penn.
Madison
Alleghany

Meadville, Penn.
St. Mary's Baltimore, Md.
Columbian Washington, D. C.
Univ. Virginia Charlottesville, Va.
Hampden Sidney Prince Edward Co.
William and Mary Williamsburg, Va.
Washington

Lexington, Va.
Univ. N. Carolina Chapel Hill
Univ. S. Carolina Columbia
Charleston

Charleston, S. C.
Uni. Ga. or Fr. C. Athens, Geo.
Univ. Nashville Nashville, Tenn.
E. Tennessee Knoxville, Tenn.
Augusta

Augusta, Ry.
Greenville College Greenville, Tenn.
Univ. Ohio Athens, Ohio
Miami Univ. Oxford, Ohio
Transylvania Univ. Lexington, Ky.
West. Res. Col. Hudson, Ohio
Bloomington Col. Bloomington, Ind.

1691
1812
1791
1802
1785
1785
1806

Dr. R. Bruce, Prin.
Rev. Henry B. Bascom
Rev. Timothy Alden
Rev. E. Damphoux, D. D.
Rev. Stephen Chapin, D. D.
Hon. J. Madison, Rector
Rev. J. Cushing
Rev. A. Empire
Rev. G. A. Baxter, D. D.
Rev. J. Caldwell, D. D.
Thomas Cooper, M. D.
Rev. Jasper Adams, D. D.
Rev. M. Waddel, D. D.
Rev. Philip Lindsley, D. D.
Rev. Charles Coffin, D. D.
Rev. Martin Ruter
Rev. Henry Hoss
Rev. R. G. Wilson, D. D.
Rev. R. H. Bishop, D. D.
Rev. Alva Woods, D. D.

[blocks in formation]

1822
1794
1302
1824

42
105
54
21
82
22
60
45
50
30

340
1500
3500
1842

908

10
9

3

[blocks in formation]

Vols. in 30 coll. Libraries 128,118 Vols. in 25 students' Libraries 66,730

2809

[graphic]

26. THEOLOGICAL SEMINARIES. Table containing the Name or Title ; Location ; Denomination; Date of

going into Operation ; whole Number educated ; Number of Students in 1829; Volumes in Seminary Libraries ; Volumes in the social Libraries of the Students.

.

Epis. Chin U.States

. New York City

Com No.(Stu. Vols. Vol.
Name or Title.
Place. Denomination. of edu-l in in in

Op. cat. 1829 Lib. S.L. Bangor Theolog. Sem. Bangor, Me.

Congregational 1816 51 Andover Theolog. Sem. Andover, Mass. Congregational 1808 444 137 6000 2340 Newton Theolog. Institu. Newton, Mass. Baptist

1825 7

21 Theological School Cambridge, Mass. Unitarian 1816

52 Theo. Dep. of Yale Col. New Haven, Con. Congregational 1822 42 48

600 Gen. Theo. Sem. Prot.

Prot. Epis.

1819 123 27) 3600 Theol. Sem. of Auburn Auburn, N. Y. Presbyterian

1821 106 66 3500 Hamilton Lit. & Th. Inst. Hamilton, N. Y. . Baptist

1820

20 15 1260
Hartwick Theol. Sem. Hartwick, N. Y. Evan. Luth. 1816 13 9
Th. Sem. Ref. Dutch Ch. N. Brunswick, N. J. Ref. Dutch Ch. 1784 147 21 1500
Th. Sem. Pres. Ch. U. s. Princeton, N.J. Presbyterian 1812 470 113 6000
Sem. Gen. Syn. Evan.
Luth. Ch. in U. S.

Evan. Luth. 1826 6 23 6000/4501 Th. Sem. Ger. Ref. Ch. Carlisle, Pa. Ger. Ref. Ch. 1825 7 4

301 Western Theol. Sem. Alleghany-town, Pa. Presbyterian 1828 Theol. Sem. of Virginia Alexandria, Va. Episcopal 1823 60 24 Union Theol. Seminary Pr. Ed. Co. Va. Presbyterian 1824

28 2000 South. & West. Th. Sem. Maryville, Tenn. Presbyterian 1321

27) 4000 Rock Spring Th. School Illinois

Presbyterian 1827

1200

900) 300

| Gettysburg, Pa.

1529 599 35960/3720

27. RELIGIOUS DENOMINATIONS. The following statements of the religious denominations in the United States, drawn from the Journal of the American Education Society, are not presumed to be exact; but the editors of that work have taken much pains to make it as nearly so, as the nature of the subject would admit. In some cases, partial reports only have been returned, and of course in such cases the aggregate numbers here given are too small. CONGREGATIONALISTS OF NEW ENGLAND. Orthodox. Ministers 800 ; Vacant Churches

250; Communicants 115,000. Unitarian. About 150 congregations. PRESBYTERIANS IN THE UNITED STATES. Synods 16; Presbyteries 90; Ministers 1289;

Licentiates 193; Churches 1946 ; Communicants 146,297. REFORMED DUTCH CHURCH. Ministers 117; Churches 155 ; Vacant Churches 16. German REFORMED CHURCH. Churches about 400; Communicants 30,000. EPISCOPAL CHURCH. Bishops 13; Clergy 507; Churches 5,989. Associated CaLVINISTIC Baptists. Associations 206 ; Churches 4,027; Ministers

2,749. MORAVIANS. Congregations 23; Ministers 23; Members about 6,000. METHODISTS. Bishops 3; Travelling Preachers 1,533 ; Superannuated 109; Members in

Society 421,105; number of local preachers unknown. EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN. About 200 Ministers and 800 Congregations. NEW JERUSALEM CHURCH. Ordaining Ministers 8; Priests and Teaching Ministers

Licentiatcs 12.
CHRISTIAN SOCIETY. From 800 to 1000 Churches.
UNIVERSALists. Between 200 and 300 Congregations.
Roman Catholics. Number not known ; estimated several years ago at 600,000, and

has increased much since.
FREE Will Baptists. Ministers 242; Churches 335.
Friends. Whole number estimated at 750,000.
SHAKERS. Societies 16; Preachers 40 ; Population 5,400.
SEVENTH DAY Baptists. Churches 18 ; Ministers 29; Communicants 2,862.
Six Principle Baptists. Churches 15; Ministers 20; Communicants 1,500.
TUNKERS. Churches 33; Ministers 30; Communicants 3,000.
ALENNONITES. Churches 225 ; Ministers 200 ; Communicants 20,000.
FRRE COMMUNION BAPTISTS. Churches 32; Ministers 23; Coromunicants 1284.

28. NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICAL JOURNALS. The following table, corrected from the “ Traveller," contains a statement of the number of Newspapers published in the Colonies at the commencement of the Revolution ; and also the pumber of newspapers and other periodical works in the United States in 1810 and 1828.

[graphic]

States.
1775 1810 1828

States.
--
Maine

29 Florida Massachusetts

32 78 Alabama New Hampshire

12 17 Mississippi Vermont

14 21 Louisiana Rhode Island

2 7 14 Tennessee Connecticut

4 11 33 Kentucky New York

4 66 161 Ohio New Jersey

8 22 Indiana Pennsylvania

9 71 185 Michigan Delaware

2 4 Illinois Maryland

2 21 37 Missouri District of Columbia

6 9 Arkansas Virginia .

2 23 34 Cherokee Nation North Carolina

10 20 South Carolina 3 10 16

Total Georgia.

1 13 18

29. METEOROLOGY. The two following tables show the results of observations taken at several of the Military Posts in the United States; selected from Dr. Lovell’s Meteorological Register, and from other materials furnished by him. The observations were taken at 7 o'clock in the morning, and at 2 and 9 in the afternoon, and from these the aggregate means are deduced.

FOR THE YEAR 1827.

[blocks in formation]

Places

W.

of

Aggr. High Low

N. N.W.N.E. S.E. s. S.W. est est Range. temp. deg. deg. days. days. days days days daysdays days.

mean

Observation.

.

Fort Brady 41.46 84 -20
Fort Snelling 46.10 96
Fort Howard 45.60 98 -16
Fort Preble

45.93 95 -8
Fort Constitution 46.2292 -8
Fort Wolcott 49.731 86
Fort Armstrong

51.83 94 West Point

51.66 101
Fort Trumbull 53.10 88
Fort Columbus 51.77 96
Washington 57.84 98 9
Jefferson Barracks 59.27
Fortress Monroe 60.37 94 13
Augusta

66.81 102 26
Canton. Jesup 69.22 95 24
Canton. Clinch 70.32 92 24
Petites Coquilles 70.79 95 23
Canton. Brooke 74.19 94 26

104 118 114 103 100

88 100 111 88 96 89 86 81 76 71 68 72 68

0.75 9.41 4.82 3.08 6.16 0.75 3.00 2.47 1.33 2.83 1.92 1.41 2.42 5.75 5.33 9.42 2.42 2.17 5.33 1.17 0.83 4.17 15.17 9.00 2.42 5.17 2.75 1.58 3.75 4.92 6.17 3.67 2.00 7.16 3.66 1.42 1.17 8.00 2.58 4.42 2.33 9.58 4.83 0.42 2.25 0.58 9.50 0.92 3.83 5.42 2.58 2.75 2.08 6.83 4.08 2.83 4,50 8.25 2.17 0.504.83 4.00 3.92 2.25 2.08 4.67 5.00 1.33 3.25 3.83 7.16 3.83 3.75 7.50 3.25 1.08 5.08 3.50 3.08 3.17 1.75 9.00 5.25 0.58 4.00 2.586.00 1.00 3.25 4.92 0.58 1.92 3.42 6.67 4.25 5.42 2.00 3.00 6.92 3.42 5.33 1.92 6.16 1.67 2.08 2.58 3.16 3.00 4.17 3.67 6.50 4.50 1.25 4.83 6.50 3.58/8.17 2.67 2.17 1.17 3.50 3.16 1.75 0.67 5.58 15.08 9.58 1.08 1.00 3.33 5.08 6.83 4.67 3.83 3.67 2.00 0.25 1.67 1.83 (1.25 5.83 3.83 3.33 12.42

94

« SebelumnyaLanjutkan »