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Wood (including coaches and other car-

riages)
Snuff and tobacco
Lead
Linseed oil and spirits of turpentine
Cordage
Iron
Spirits from molasses
Sugar refined
Chocolate
Gunpowder
Copper and brass
Medicinal drugs
Cotton piece goods-

Printed and colored
White
Nankeens
Twist, yarn, and thread .

All other manufactures of
Flax and hemp-

Cloth and thread

Bags, and all manufactures of
Wearing apparel
Combs and buttons
Brushes
Billiard tables and apparatus
Umbrellas and parasols
Leather and morocco skins, not sold,

per pound
Fire engines and apparatus
Printing presses and types
Musical instruments
Books and maps
Paper, and other stationery
Paints and varnish
Vinegar
Earthen and stone ware
Manufactures of glass

tin

pewter and lead
Do. marble and stone
Do. gold and silver, and

gold leaf
Gold and siver coin
Artificial flowers and jewelry
Molasses
Trunks
Brick and lime
Salt
Articles not distinguished in returns-

Manufactured
Raw produce

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ATELLA

XXIII. POPULATION
Of the different States and Territories, according to Four Enumerations.

Increase
Pop.
States and Terri-

Pop. . Pop.

Pop.

Slavcg.

per cent. tories. 1790. 1800. 1810. 1820. for ton 1920.

years. Maine.

96,540 151,719 229,705 293,335 30.4 N. Hampshire 141,895 183,858 214,460 244,161 13.8 Vermont

85,539 154,465.217,895 235,764 8.2 Massachusetts 378,787 422,845.472,040 523,287 10.9 R. Island 68,825 69,122| 76,931 83,059 7.9

48 Connecticut 237,946 251,002261,942 275,248 5:1

97 New York 340,120 586,050 959,019 1,372,812 43:1 10,088 New Jersey 184,139 211,149 245,562 277,575 13 7,557 Pennsylvania 434,373 602,545 810,091 1,049,313 29.5 211 Delaware 59,094 64,273 72,674 72,749 0:1 4,509 Maryland 319,728 345,324 380,546 407,350 7 107,398 Virginia 747,610 880,200 974,622 1,065,366 9.3 425,153 N. Carolina 393,9511 478,103 555,500 638,829 15 205,417 S. Carolina 249,073 345,591 415,115 502,741 21:1 258,075 Georgia

82,548 162,686 252,433 310,989 35:1 149,656 Alabama

8,850 40,352
127,901

5 41,879 Mississippi

404 {

75,448 (32,814 Louisiana.

76,556 153,407 100•3 69,064 Tennessee

105,602 261,727 420,813 61 80,107 Kentucky 73,677 220,959 406,511 564,317 38.8 126,732 Ohio

45,365 230,760 581,434 152 Indiana 4,651 24,520 147,1781 500

190 Illinois 215 12,282 55,211 351

917 Missouri

19,783 66,586 236

10,222 Michigan Ter.

551 4,762 8,896 38 Arkans is Ter.

1,062 14,273 1244 1,617 D. of Columb.

14,093 24,023 33,039 37.6 6,377

Total

3,929,326|5,309,7587,239,903 9,638,166 33.1 (1,538,036

Free white inhabitants.

Table showing the increase of the total popMales. Females. ulation, of the slaves, and also of the free Under 10 years,

1,345,220. 1,280,550. people of color, for each period of 10 From 10 to 16, 612,535. 605,348.

years, from 1790 to 1800, from 1800 to From 16 to 26, 776,150.

781,371. 1810, and from 1810 to 1820. From 26 to 45, 766,083. 736,600.

Total pop.

Increase Rata Over 45,

495,065.
462,788. 1790 3,929,326

in 10 yrs. pr. ct. 1800 5,309,558 1790 to 1800 1,308,232 35.1 3,995,053. 3,866,657. 1810 7,239,903 1800 to 1810 1,930,345 36-3

Slaves.
Under 14 years, 343,852. 324,344.

1820 9,638,166 1810 to 1820 2,398,263 33.1 From 14 to 26, 203,088. 202,436.

Slaves. From 26 to 45, 163,723.

697,696 Over 45, 77,365.

896,849 1790 to 1800 199,153 2807

1810 1,191,364 1800 to 1810 294,515 32:1 788,0%. 750,160. 1820 1,538,036 1810 to 1820 346,672 29.1 Free white inhabitants,

7,861,710.

Free Blacks. Free people of color,

233,510, 1790

59,512 Slaves,

1,538,036. 1800

104,880 1790 to 1800 45,368 76-2

1810 186, 146 1800 to 1810 81,566 76-8

9,633,256. 1820 223,510 1810 to 1820 37,064 19.8 Other persons, except Ind’n, not taxed, 4,631. Foreigners not naturalized,

53,687. Note. The Fifth Census of the U. 8. is to

be completed on or before the 1st of Dec.,

1830. A full account of this may be ex the census of 1820,

*Ipected in the next volume of the Almanac.

152,693. 1790
70,627. 1800

Total pop. in U.S.except fnd:205, 39,091,674

NUMBER OF INDIANS, BENEVOLENT SOCIETIES,

165

XXIV. NUMBER OF INDIANS

within the United States, as estimated by the War Departınent. Within

Within
New England and Va. 2,573 | Michigan Peninsula,

9,340 New York,

4,820
Arkansas Territory,

7,200 Pennsylvania,

300
Florida Territory,

4,000 North Carolina,

3,100 | North-west or Huron Ter. 20,200 South Carolina,

300 Between the Mississippi and Georgia,

5,000 the Rocky Mountains, exTennessee,

1,000 clusive of the states of LouAlabama,

19,200 isiana and Missouri, and Mississippi,

23,400

Arkansas Territory, 94,300 Louisiana,

939 Within the Rocky Mountains, 20,000 Ohio,

1,877 West of the Rocky MounIndiana,

4,050 tains between Lat. 44o & Illinois, 5,900

80,000 Missouri,

5,631
Total within the United States,

313,130.

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XXV. BENEVOLENT SOCIETIES.

NAME.

Connecticut Miss. Soc.
Philadelphia Bible Soc.
Am. Board For. Miss.
Am. Bap. Bd. For. Miss.
Am. Tract Society, Bost.
Am. Education Society,
Am. Asy. Deaf and Dumb,
American Bible Society,
Presby. Br. Am. Ed. Soc.
Board Miss. Gen. Assem.
Methodist Miss. Society,
Board Edu. Gen. Assem.
Am. Colonization Soc.
Dutch Ref. Miss. Soc.
American S. S. Union,
Baptist Gen. Tract Soc.
Prison Discipline Soc.
Mass. S. s. Union,
American Tract Society,
Am. Temperance Society,
Am. Home Miss. Society,
Am. Seamen's Friend So.
Mags. Miss. Soc. reorg.
American Peace Society,
African Education Soc.

Presidents.

For Income, Income,

ma. 1828-9. 1829-30. Hon. Jonathan Brace,

1798

$2,070 33 $3,013 061 Rt. Rev. Wm. White, D. D. 1808 7,724 41 John C. Smith, LL. D.

1810 102,000 00 106,928 26 Rev. Jesse Mercer,

1814 16,061 90 20,000 001 Hon. William Reed, 1814

13,896 18 11,102 061 Samuel Hubbard, LL.D. 1816

30,434 18 30,710 14
Hon. Nathaniel Terry, 1816 2,341 55
Col. Richard Varick, 1816 143,184 33 170,067 55
Arthur Tappan, Esq.

1817

12,632 00 A. Green, D. D. LL. D. 1818

8,000 00 12,632 43 Rev. Elijah Hedding, 1819

14,176 11

13, 128 00 Th. McAuley, D. D.

1819 Charles Carroll,

1819 19,561 93 20,295 00

1822 4,470 71 4,604 00 Alexander Henry, Esq.

1824 18,527 00 70,521 70 Rev. Wm. T. Brantly,

1824 5,256 76 5,5:36 39 Hon. William Jay,

1825 3,531 00 3,353 52 Hon. William Reed,

1825

1,018 80 1,465 46 s. V. S. Wilder, Esq. 1825 60,000 00 60,210 00 Marcus Morton, LL. D. 1826 8. Van Rensselaer, LL. D. 1826 26,997 31 33,229 00 S. Thompson, LL. D. 1826

1,214 38

4,159 87 Leonard Woods, D. D.

1827

5,247 32 1828

495 85 Rt. Rev. Wm. Meade, D. d. 1830

S485,714 20 $584,084 29

XXVI. COLLEGES IN THE

The Statements are mostly given for the Year 1830; and are

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Name.

Place.

Presidents,

Found-
ed.

1 Bowdoin,

Brunswick, Me. William Allen, D. D. 1794 2 Waterville,

Waterville, do. Jeremiah Chaplin, D. D. 1820 3 Dartmouth, Hanover, N. H. Nathan Lord, D. D. 1770 4 Univ. of Vermont, Burlington, Vt. James Marsh, A. M. 1791 5 Middlebury, Middlebury, do. Joshua Bates, D. D. 1800 6 Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass. Josiah Quincy, LL. D. 1638 7 Williains,

Williamstown, do. Edward D. Griffin, D. D. 1793 8 Amherst,

Amherst, do. Heman Humphrey, D. D. 1821 9 Brown University, Providence, R. I. Francis Wayland, D.D. 1764 10 Yale,

New Haven, Conn. Jeremiah Day, D. D. 1700 11 Washington, Hartford, do. T. C. Brownell, D. D. 1826 12 Columbia,

New York, N. Y. William A. Duer, LL. D. 1754 13 Union,

Schenectady, do. Eliphalet Nott, D. D. 1795 14 Hamilton,

Clinton,

do.

Henry Davis, D. D. 1812 15 Geneva,

Geneva,
do. R. S. Mason,

1823 16 College of N. J. Princeton, N. J. James Carnahan, D. D. 1746 17 Rutgers;

N. Brunswick, do. Philip Milledoller, D. D. 1770 18 Univ. of Pennsylv. Philadelphia, Penn. W. H. De Lancey, D. D. 1755 19 Dickinson,

Carlisle, do. Samuel B. How, D. D. 1783 20 Jefferson, Canonsburg, do. M. Brown, D. D.

1802 21 Western Univers. Pittsburg, do. R. Bruce,

1820 22 Washington,

Washington,
do.

1806 23 Alleghany,

Meadville,
do. Timnothy Alden,

1815 24 Madison,

Union Town, do. Henry B. Bascom, 1829 25 St. Mary's,

Baltimore, Md. E. Damphoux, D. D. 1804 26 Columnbian, Washington,

Ca. Stephen Chapin, D. D. 1821 27 Williain & Mary, Williamsburg, Va. Adam Empie,

1693 28 Hampden Sydney, Prince Ed. Co. do. J. P. Cushing, A. M. 1774 29 Washington, Lexington, do.

G. A. Baxter,

1812 30 University of Va. Charlottesville, do. James Madison, LL. D. 1819 31 University of N. C. Chapel Hill, N. C. J. Caldwell, D. D.

1791 32 Charleston, Charleston, S. C. Jasper Adams, D. D. 1785 33 College of S. C. Columnbia, do. Thomas Cooper, M. D. 1801 34 Univ. of Georgia, Athens,

Ga. Alonzo Church, D. D. 1785 35 Greenville, Greenville, Tenn. Henry Hous, Esq. 36 Univ. of Nashville, Nashville, do. Philip Lindsley, D. D. 1806 87 E. Tennessee, Knoxville, do. Charles Coffin, D, D. 38 Transylvania, Lexington, Ken. Alva Woods, D.D. 1798 89 Centre,

Danville, do. Gideon Blackburn, D. D. 1822 40 Augusta,

Augusta, do. Martin Ruter, D.D. 1823 41 Cuinberland, Princeton, do. F. R. Cossit,

1925 42 Univers, of Ohio, Athens, Ohio. R. G. Wilson, D. D. 1802 43 Miami University, Oxford, do. R. H. Bishop, D. D. 1824 44 Western Reserve, Hudson, do.

1826 45 Kenyon,

Gambier, do. Philander Chase, D.D. 1828 46|Bloomington, Bloomington, Ind. A. Wylie, D. D.

1828 There are sevoral other colleges, besides the above, in operation or founded, as at Middletown, Conn.; Georgetoon, Ca., Tuscaloosa, Al. ; Washington, Miss.; New Or. leans and Jackson, La.; Bardstoron and Georgetown, Ken. ; Jacksonville, Il., &c.

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UNITED STATES.

derived chiefly from the Journal of the American Education Society."

520

Inst-
No. of

Vols. in Vols. in
No. of

*Sturuct

Minis-
Alumni.

dents.
College Students'

Commencement.
erg.
ters.

Library. Libraries 1 7 892 35 112 8,000 4,300 First Wednesdlay in Sept. 24 54 17 31 1,700 300 Last Wednesday in July. 1,637

397 137 3,500 8,000 Last Wed. but one in August. 178 39 1,000

First Wednesday in August. 508 193 86 1,846 2,322 Third Wednesday in august. 6 24 5,079 1377 247 35,000 4,605 Last Wednesday in August. 77 721 196 90 2,250 1,769 First Wednesday in Sept. 81 - 8 209

207

2,200 3,780 Fourth Wednesday in August. 9 6 1,788

237

105 6,100 5,562 First Wednesday in Sept. 10) 14 4,428 1257 359 8,500 9,000 Second Wednesday in Sept. 11 9 25

74 5,000 1,200 First Wednesday in August. 129 880

140 4,000 580 First Tuesday in August. 13 11 1,202 248 227 5,100 8,250 Fourth Wednesday in July. 11 160 20

Fourth Wednesday in August. 15 9 15

29

630 First Wednesday in August. 16 7 1,913 403 73 8,000

Last Wednesday in Sept. 175

60

Third Wednesday in August. 18 9

97

Last day, not Sunday, in July. 19

20 2,000 5,000 Fourth Wednesday in Sept. 20 319 136 116 700

1,800 Last Thursday in September. 21 34 10 50

50 Last Friday in June. 22

143 26 31 400 525 Last Thursday in September. 23 3 9

8,000

First Wednesday in July. 24

70

July 15th. 25 18

120

10,000 26

60 4,000

Fourth Wednesday in Dec. 27 7

100 3,600

600 July 4th. 28 4

90

Fourth Wednesday in Sept. 29 380

23 700 1,500 Third Wednesday in April. 30 538

131 8,000 31 434

69 1,800 3,000 Fourth Thursday in June. 32 3 19

69 3,000 1,000 Last Tuesday in October. 33 470 97 7,000

30 Mon, after 4th Mon. Nov. 34

231 10 117 2,500 2,250 First Wednesday in August. 35 30

3,500

Third Wednesday in Sept. 85

71 2,000 500 First Wednesday in October. 37 2

21
340

200 First Wednosday in October. 38) 6

81 2,350 1,500 Last Wednesday in Sept. 39| 4 19

66

1,258 108 July 4th, 4017

102

1,500 550 Thursday after 1st Wed. Aug. 18

120 1,000 600 Second Thursday in Sept. 42

45

Wed. after 3d Tuesday Sept. 431 12

42 29 56 1,000 1,200 Last Wednesday in Sept. 44

17 800

Fourth Wednesday in August. 45 4

80 46 285 21,955 4,670 3,941 148,164 70,681 Total.

* Undergraduates, not including medical, theological, and law students.

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