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XVII. THEOLOGICAL SCHOOLS. - - -> * # ||#| | # 2 # 3. < | = # |}|5|#| = E o: 3 co o g .2| 3 || 5 || £ |####| | # Name. Place. Denomination. 533 E 3 75 -> * Z, 5 z; PBangor Theol. Seminary, Bangor, Me. Cong. 1816 3. 43.139, 7goo Gilmanton Theol. Seminary, Gilmanton, N. H. Cong. 1835, 3 23 52' 4,300 Theological Seminary, Andover, Mass. Cong. 1808. § 86965.17,500 Divinity School, Harv. Univ., Cambridge, do. Cong. Unit. 1816. 2. 35.218 Fo Theological Institution, Newton, do. Baptist, 1825, 3 33137 4,000 Theol. Dep. Yale College, New Haven, Ct. Cong. 1822; 4 §§ Theol. Inst. of Connecticut, East Windsor, do. Cong. 1834 3 29, 7114,000 Theol. Inst. Epis. Church, New York, N. Y. Prot. Episcopal, 1817. 5,70186.7:250 Union Theol. Seminary, New York, do. Presbyterian, 1836 6112.12612,000 Theol. Sem. of Auburn, Auburn, do. Presbyterian, 1821 4 71359 5,000 Hamilton Lit. and Th. Inst., Hamilton, do. Baptist, 1820 4 38.124 2.250 Hartwick Seminary, Hartwick, do. Lutheran, 1816. 1 5 1,000 Theol. Sem. As. Ref. Ch., Newburgh; do. Ass. Ref. Ch. 1836. 3 11 4,000 Th. Sem. Dutch Ref. Ch., N. Brunswick, N.J.Dutch Ref. 1784 3, 36179 Theol. Sem. Presbyt. Ch., Princeton, do. Presbyterian, 1812 4.145753 I,000 Sem. Lutheran Church, Gettysburgh, Pa. Evang. L. 1826 & 26.130 7,000 German Reformed, York, do.G. Ref. Ch. 1825, 2 20 Western Theol. Seminary, Allegheny T., do. Presbyterian, 1828 3 54182, 6,000 Theological School, Canonsburg, do. Asso. Ch. 2 30 47 1% Theological Seminary, Pittsburg, do. Asso. Ref. 1838 J 19. i Epis. Theol. School of Va., Fairfax co., Va. Prot. Episcopal, 1822 4 38.205 4,000 Union Theol. Seminary, Prince Ed, co., do. Presbyterian, 1824 3 20175, 4,000 Virginia Baptist Seminary, Richmond, do. Baptist, 18; 3. Gil io Southern Theol. Seminary, Columbia, S. C. Presbyterian, 1831, 2, 16 § 4,000 Theological Seminary, Lexington, do. Lutheran, 1835 2. 10, 20. 1,800 Furman Theol. Seminary, Fairfield Dis., do. Baptist, - 2 3. 30, 1,000 Southwest. Theol. Seminary, Maryville, Tenn. Presbyterian, 1821, 2 24, 90' 6,000 Lane Seminary, Cincinnati, Ohio. Presbyterian, 1832, 3, 64.256,10,500 Theol. Dep. Ken. College, Gambier, do. Prot. Episcopal, 1828 5. 4 Theol. Dep. Wes. Res. Coll., Hudson, do. Presbyterian, 3 i; | Granville Theol. Dep., Granville, do. Baptist, 1832, 2 8 500 Oberlin Theol. Dep, Oberlin, do. Presbyterian, 1834 4 §§ Indiana. Theol. Seminary, S. Hanover, Ind. Presbyterian, 2. I Alton Theol. Seminary, Upper Alton, Ill. Baptist, 1835 | t | XVIII. I.A.W SCHOOLS. ProPlace. Name. fessors. Students. Cambridge, Mass., Harvard University, 2 115* New Haven, Conn., Yale College, 3 89 Carlisle, Pa., Dickinson College, 1 6 Williamsburg, Va., William and Mary College, I 32 Charlottesville, Va., University of Virginia, 1 72 Lexington, Ky., Transylvania University, 3 75 Cincinnati, Ohio, Cincinnati College, 3 25 Bloomington, Ind., Indiana State University, 1 13

*Number of students from the establishment of the school to 1845, 1,100.

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XXI. RELIGIOUS DENOMINATIONS.
According to returns made in 1844-6, and by estimate.

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O. Tabk exhibiting the Seats of Gocernment, the Times of the Election of Mate officers, and the Meeting of the Legislatures of the seceral States.

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XXIII. GOVERNORS OF THE SEVERAL STATES AND TERRITORIES,

With their Salaries, Terms of Office, and expiration of their respective Terms; the Number of Senators and Representatives in the State Legislatures, with their respective Terms.

States.

Maine,
N. Hamp'e,
Vermont,
Massach’tts,
R. Island,
Connecti’t,
New York,
New Jersey,
Pennsylv'a,
Delaware,
Maryland,
Virginia,
N. Carolina,
S. Carolina,
Georgia,
Florida,
Alabama,
Mississippi,
Louisiana,
Texas,
Arkansas,
Tennessee,
Kentucky,
Ohio,
Michigan,
Indiana,
Illinois,
Missouri,
Wiscon. T.,

Governors.

Hugh J. Anderson,
Anthony Colby,
Horace Eaton,
George N. Briggs,
Byron Diman,
Isaac Toucey,
Silas Wright,
Charles C. Stratton,
Francis R. Shunk,
Wm. Temple, Act.
Thomas G. Pratt,
William Smith,
William A. Graham,
William Aiken,
George W. Crawford,
William D. Moseley,
Joshua L. Martin,
Albert G. Brown,
Isaac Johnson,
J. P. Henderson,
Thomas S. Drew,
Aaron W. Brown,
William Owsley,
Mordecai Bartley,
Alpheus Felch,
James Whitcomb,
Augustus C. French,
John C. Edwards,
Henry Dodge,

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In all the States, except Virginia and South Carolina, the Governor is voted for by the people; and if no one has a majority of all the votes, in the States in which such a majority is required, the Legislature elects to the office of Governor one of the candidates voted for by the people. The seat of government of Louisiana, after 1848, is to be at Baton Rouge; of Alabama, after 1847, at Montgomery.

*Iowa is now a state, the people having accepted a State constitution in August, 1846. But the State Government was not organized when this sheet was put to press.

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