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John C. Calhoun having been elected Vice President, took the oath of office, and attended in Senate on 4th of
March, 1825.

Neither of the persons voted for as President having received a majority of the votes of the electors, it devolv-
ed on the House of Representatives of the United States to choose a President from the three highest on the list
of those voted for by the electors for President, which three were, Andrew Jackson, John Quincy Adams, and
William H. Crawford. A member from each State, making twenty-four, were appointed tellers, who having
examined the ballots, announced that the votes of thirteen States had been given for John Quincy Adams; the
votes of seven States for Andrew Jackson, and the votes of four States for William H. Crawford.' The Speaker
then declared that John Quincy Adams, having received a majority of the votes of all the States of this Union,
was duly elected President of the United States for four years, to commence on the 4th of March, 1825.

John Quincy Adams, thus elected President, took the oath of office, and entered upon its duties on the 4th of
March, 1825.

Election for the Eleventh term, commencing 4th March, 1829, and ter

minating 3d March, 1833.

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Andrew Jackson, elected President, took the oath of office, and entered upon its duties the 4th of March, 1829.

John C. Calhoun, elected Vice President, took the oath of office, and attended in Senate the 4th of March, 1829.

Election for the Twelfth term, commencing 4th March, 1833, und termi

nating 3d March, 1837.

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Andrew Jackson, elected President, took the oath of office, and continued the duties 4th March, 1833.

Martin Van Buren, elected Vice President, took the oath of office, and entered upon its duties 4th March, 1833.

Election for the Thirteenth term, commencing 4th March, 1837, and ter

minating 3d March, 1841.

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Martin Van Buren, elected President, took the oath of office, and
entered upon its duties 4th March, 1837.

Richard M. Johnson, elected Vice President, took the oath of office, and attended in Senate 4th March, 1837.

Election for the Fourteenth term, commencing 4th March, 1841, and ter

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23 Virginia...
15 North Carolina.
11 South Carolina.
11 Georgia...
15 Kentucky..
15 Tennessee.
21 Ohio...
5 Louisiana..
4 Mississippi
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5 Illinois..
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William H. Harrison, elected President, took the oath of office and entered upon its duties on 4th March, 1841.

John Tyler, elected Vice President, took the oath of office and entered upon its duties on 4th March, 1841.

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