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HARBOR MASTERS.

NEW YORK.

Captain of the Port--C. W. Godard,

Office, 74 Wall street. There are eleven Harbor Masters, who have, for the better accommodation of the public, divided the port of New York into eleven Districts, viz.:

First District-J. M. Thompson, 270 South street. District extends from Pier 42 up East river.

Second District-H. N. Sherwood, 168 South street. District extends from Pier 27 to 41, East river.

Third District-Henry H. Huelat, 83 South street. District extends from Pier 19 to 27, East river.

Fourth District-J. A. Bain, 67 South street. District extends from Pier -- to 19, East river.

Fifth District-James W. Husted, 26 Coenties slip. District extends from Pier 13 to 19, East river.

Sixth District-J. P. Whitcomb, 40 Front street. District extends from Whitehall to Pier 8, East river.

Seventh District-J. Cashon, 46 West street. District extends from Battery to Pier 9, North river.

Eighth District--N. P. Pond. District extends from Pier 9 to 28, North river.

Ninth District-J. W. Swan. District extends from Pier 28 to 36, North river.

Tenth District-J. Drew, 221 West street. District extends from Pier 36 up North river.

Eleventh District (Brooklyn)-J. E. Watson, Atlantic Dock. District extends from Red Hook Point to extent of port.

In case of the sickness or absence from the city of any of the Harbor Masters, either of them will attend to his district.

NEW YORK CUSTOM-HOUSE.
Wall, corner of William street.
Henry A. Smythe, Collector.
Abram Wakeman, Surveyor.

Naval Officer.

Navy Agent.
D. D. T. Marshall, Naval Storekeeper.
H. H. Van Dyck, Sub-Treasurer.
Isaac 0. Hunt, Appraiser.
John T. Hogeboom,
Isaac Phillips,

UNITED STATES MARSHAL'S OFFICE.
Robert Murray, Marshal.
Joseph Thompson, Deputy Marshal.

UNITED STATES ASSAY OFFICE.

No. 30 Wall street,
George F. Dunning, Superintendent.
H. H. Van Dyck, Treasurer.
John Torrey, Assayer.

Edward N. Kent, Melter and Refiner. Deposits of gold and silver are received and paid for, either in coin or stamped bars, at the option of the depositor. No deposit received of less value than $100.. Visitors admitted every Wednesday from 11 to 12 A.M.

COMMISSIONERS OF UNITED STATES DEPOSIT FUND

For the County of New York.
Edgar Ketchum....

.Office, Register's Office.
John Vanderpoel...

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NAMES OF SPEAKERS Of the Assembly of the State of New York, from 1777 to 1866.

SESSIONS.

NAMES.

WHEN ELECTED,

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5, 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29 30 31 32 33. 34 35 36. 37 38 39. 40 41

Walter Livingston.. Walter Livingston.. Evert Bancker.. Evert Bancker. Evert Bancker. Evert Bancker. John Hathon.. John Hathon.. John Lansing, Jr. Richard Varick... Richard Varick. John Lansing, Jr. Gulian Ver Planck John Watts.. John Watts. John Watts.. James Watson. William North. William North.. Gulian Ver Planck. Dirck Ten Broeck. Dirck Ten Broeck. Dirck Ten Broeck. Samuel Osgood.. Thomas Storm.. Thomas Storm. Alexander Sheldon.. Alexander Sheldon... Alexander Sheldon. Andrew McCord. Alexander Sheldon. James W. Wilkin.. William North.. Nathan Sanford. Alexander Sheldon.. Jacob Rutzen Van Rensselaer. James Emott. Samuel Young. Daniel Cruger. David Woods. David Woods. William A. Duer. John C. Spencer.. Peter Sharpe. Samuel B. Romaine. Peter R. Livingston. Richard Goodell. Clarkson Crolius. Samuel Young. Erastus Root..

September 10th, 1777
October...13th, 1778
August. ...18th, 1779
September 7th, 1780
October...24th, 1781
July.......11th, 1782
January...21st, 1783
October...15th, 1784
January...13th, 1786

..12th, 1787

...9th, 1788
December 11th, 1788
July........6th, 1791
January....5th, 1791

.. 4th, 1792
November..6th, 1792
January.. . 7th, 1794

...6th, 1795

....6th, 1796
November..1st, 1796
January. ..20, 1798
August.....9th, 1798
January...28th, 1800
November..4th, 1800
January...26th, 1802

..25th, 1803

...31st, 1804 November..6th, 1804 January...28th, 1806

..29th, 1807

..26th, 1808 November..lst, 1808 January...30th, 1810

..29th, 1811

..28th, 1812
November...3d, 1812
January...25th, 1814
September 26th, 1814
January...13th, 1816
November .5th, 1816
January...27th, 1818

..5th, 1819

.4th, 1820
November..7th, 1820
January....lst, 1822

...27th, 1823
..6th, 1824

..4th, 1825
....3d, 1826
.....2d, 1827

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SESSIONS.

NAMES.

WHEN ELECTED.

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58.

59 60 61.

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70. 71 72. 73. 74. 74 75. 76. 77

Erastus Root...

January....lst, 1828 Peter Robinson..

...5th, 1829 Erastus Root..

...5th, 1830 George R. Davis.

....4th, 1831 Charles L. Livingston.

3d, 1832 Charles L. Livingston..

..1st, 1833 William Baker...

..7th, 1834 Charles Humphrey.

...5th, 1835 Charles Humphrey.

.5th, 1836 Edward Livingston

3d, 1837 Luther Bradish...

2d, 1838 George W. Patterson.

..lst, 1839 George W. Patterson.

..7th, 1840 Peter B. Porter, Jr..

...5th, 1841 Levi S. Chatfield..

....4th, 1842 George R. Davis

20, 1843 Elisha Litchfield.

2d, 1844 Horatio Seymour.

....7th, 1845 William Crane.

..6th, 1846 William C. Hasbrouck.

....6th, 1847 Amos K. Hadley

...4th, 1848 Amos K. Hadley

2d, 1849 Noble S. Elderkin..

..1st, 1850 Henry J. Raymond

...7th, 1851 Joseph B... Varnum, Jr. (extra session). . June

.1851 Jonas C. Heartt.

January .1852 William H. Ludlow.

1853 Robert H. Pruyn

..1854 De Witt C. Littlejohn.

1855 Orville Robinson...

1856 De Witt C. Littlejohn. Thomas G. Alvord .

1858 De Witt C. Littlejohn..

..1859 De Witt C. Littlejohn.

.1860 De Witt C. Littlejohn..

.1861 Henry J. Raymond

.1862 Theophilus C. Calicot.

1863 Thomas G. Alvord

..1864 George G. Hoskins.

1865 Lyman Tremain...

.1866

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83 84. 85. 86. 87 88.

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SPEAKERS OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, FROM ITS ORGANIZATION UNDER THE CONSTITUTION TO THE PRESENT

TIME. Frederick A. Muhlenbergh, Pennsylvania.

.1789 to 1791 John Trumbull, Connecticut...

.1791 to 1793 Frederick A. Muhlenbergh, Pennsylvania.

1793 to 1797 Jonathan Dayton, New Jersey....

.1797 to 1798 Theodore Sedgwick, Massachusetts..

1798 to 1801 Nathaniel Macon, North Carolina.

.1801 to 1807

Joseph B. Varnum, Massachusetts....
Henry Clay, Kentucky...
Langdon Cheeves, South Carolina..
Henry Clay, Kentucky...
John W. Taylor, New York.
Philip R. Barbour, Virginia.
Henry Clay, Kentucky...
John W. Taylor, New York..
Andrew Stephenson, Virginia..
John Bell, Tennessee....
James K. Polk, Tennessee.
Robert M. T. Hunter, Virginia..
John White, Kentucky...
John W. Jones, Virginia.
John W. Davis, Indiana..
Robert C. Winthrop, Massachusetts.
Howell Cobb, Georgia..
Lynn Boyd, Kentucky.
Lynn Boyd,
Lynn Boyd,
Nathaniel P. Banks, Massachusetts..
James L. Orr, South Carolina...
Wiliam Pennington, New Jersey.
Galusha A. Grow, Pennsylvania (extra session).
Galusha A. Grow,
Schuyler Colfax, Indiana...

1807 to 1811 .1811 to 1814 1814 to 1815 ..1815 to 1820 .1820 to 1821 1821 to 1823 1823 to 1825 1825 to 1827 1827 to 1835 .1835 to 1837 1837 to 1839

1839 to 1841 ...1841 to 1843

.1843 to 1845 1845 to 1847 ..1847 to 1849

1849 to 1851 ..1851 to 1853

1853 to 1855 1855 to 1856 1856 to 1858 .1858 to 1859 .1860 to 1861 .July 4, 1861 .1861 to 1863 ..1864 to 1866

PRESIDENTS OF THE BOARD OF ALDERMEN,
FROM THE ORGANIZATION UNDER THE AMENDED CHARTER OF 1830.
Samuel Stevens..

1831-2 Henry Meigs..

1832-3 John Y. Cebra..

1833-4 James Monroe..

1834-5 Isaac L. Varian..

.1835-6 Isaac L. Varian (from July 1, 1836, to December 28)..

1836 Egbert Benson (from December 28, 1836, to May 9, 1838). .1837-8 Egbert Benson

1838-9 A. V. Williams..

.1839-40 Elijah F. Purdy.

1840-1 Elijah F. Purdy.

1841-2 Caleb S. Woodhull..

.1842-3 Elijah F. Purdy...

1843-4 Richard L. Schieffelin..

.1844-5

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