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pkgs 18,754 PRESIDENTS OF THE UNITED STATES FROM THE ADOPTION OF THE CONSTITUTION.

Term began.

Term ended. 1. George Washington, Virginia, April 30, 1789, March 3, 1797. 2. John Adams,

Massachusetts, March 4, 1797, March 3, 1801. 3. Thomas Jefferson,

Virginia, March 4, 1801, March 3, 1809, 4. James Madison,

Virginia, March 4, 1809, March 3, 1817. 5. James Munroe,

Virginia, March 4, 1817, March 3, 1825. 6. John Quincy Adams, Massachusetts, March 4, 1825, March 3, 1829. 7. Andrew Jackson,

Tennessee, March 4, 1829, March 3, 1837. 8. Martin Van Buren,

New York, March 4, 1837, March 3, 1841. 9. *William Henry Harrison, Ohio,

March 4, 1841, * April 4, 1841. 10. John Tyler,

Virginia, April 4, 1841, March 3, 1845. 11. James Knox Polk, Tennessee, March 4, 1845, March 3, 1819. 12. Zachary Taylor,

Louisiana, March 4, 1819,
THE LATE EXECUTIVE GOVERNMENT,

(WHICH RETIRED FROM OFFICE MARCH 3, 1819.)
JAMES K. POLK, of Tennessee, PRESIDENT.
George M. DALLAS,

of Pennsylvania, Vice PRESIDENT.

THE CABINET.
James Buchanan,

Pennsylvania, Secretary of Stale.
Robert J. Walker,

Mississippi, Secretary of the Treasury.
William L. Marcy,

New York,

Secretary of War.
John Y. Mason,

Virginia,

Secretary of the Mary. Cave Johnson,

Tennessee,

Postmaster General.
Isaac Toucey,

Connecticut, Attorney General.
THE PRESENT EXECUTIVE GOVERNMENT.
ZACHARY TAYLOR, of Louisiana, PRESIDENT.
Millard FILLMORE,

of New York, VICE PRESIDENT,

THE CABINET.

John M. Clayton, of Delaware, Secretary of State.
William M. Meredith, of Pennsylvania, Secretary of the Treasury. ?
George W. Crawford, of Georgia, Secretary of War.
William B. Preston,

of Virginia, Secretary of the Nary. Thomas Ewing, of Ohio,

Secretary of the Home Department. Jacob Collamer, of Vermont, Post master General. Reverdy Johnson, of Maryland, Altorney General. * Died in office.

+ A department for the interior, embracing the Patent Office, Land Office, coast survey, &c., recently organized.

THIRTY-FIRST CONGRESS.
The present Senate of the United States is constituted as follows:

President—MILLARD FILLMORE.
ALABAMA.
Term.

MICHIGAN. Term. Benjamin Fitzpatrick, 1853 Lewis Cass,

1851 Uncertain, 1855 Alpheus Felch,

1855 ARKANSAS.

MISSOURI. Wm. K. Sebastian, 1853 Thomas H. Benton,

1851 Solon Borland, 1855 David R. Atchison,

1855 CONNECTICUT.

NEW HAMPSHIRE. Roger S. Baldwin, 1851 John P. Hale, F. S.

1853 Truman Smith, 1855 Moses Norris, Jr.

1855 DELAWARE.

New York. John Wales, 1851 Daniel S. Dickinson,

1851 Presby Spruance, 1853 William H. Seward,

1855 FLORIDA.

NEW JERSEY. David Y. Yulee, 1851 William L. Dayton,

1851 Jackson Morton, 1855 Jacob W. Miller,

1853 GEORGIA.

North CAROLINA. John M. Berrien, 1853 Willie P. Mangum,

1853 Wm. C. Dawson, 1855 George E. Badger,

1855 INDIANA.

Ohio. Jesse D. Bright, 1851 Thomas Corwin,

1851 James Whitcomb, F. S. 1855 S. P. Chase, F. S.

1855 Illinois.

PENNSYLVANIA. Stephen A. Douglass, 1853 Daniel Sturgeon,

1851 James Shields,* 1855 James Cooper,

1855 Iowa.

RHODE ISLAND. George W. Jones, 1851 Albert C. Green,

1851 Augustus C. Dodge, 1855 John H. Clark,

1853 KENTUCKY.

South CAROLINA. Joseph R. Underwood, 1853 John C. Calhoun,

1853 Henry Clay, 1855 A. P, Butler,

1853 LOUISIANA.

TENNESSEE. Solomon U. Downs, 1853 Hopkins L. Turney,

1851 Pierre Soule, 1855 John Bell,

1853 MAINE.

Texas. Hannibal Hamlin, 1851 Thomas J. Rusk,

1851 James W. Bradbury, 1853 Samuel Houston,

1853 MASSACHUSETTS.

VERMONT. Daniel Webster, 1851 Samuel S. Phelps,

1851 John Davis, 1853 William Upham,

1853 MARYLAND.

VIRGINIA. Benjamin C. Howard, 1851 James M. Mason,

1851 James A. Pearce, 1855 Robert M. T. Hunter,

1853 MISSISSIPPI.

WISCONSIN. Jefferson Davis, 1851 Henry Dodge,

1851 Henry S. Foote, 1853 Isaac P. Walker,

1855 * Now vacant-Gen. Shields declared ineligible.

The following is the list of all the members of the House of Representa{ives that have yet been elected. (Whigs in italics.) Dist. ARKANSAS.

NEW YORK. 1-Robert W. Johnson.

1-John A. King. GEORGIA.

2-David A. Bokee. 1- Thomas B. King.

3–J. Philips Phænix. 2-M. J. Welborn.

4-Waller Underhill. 3-Allen T. Owen.

5-George Briggs. 4-H. A. Haralson.

6-James Brooks, 5—Thomas C. Hackett.

7-William Nelson. 6-Howell Cobb.

8R. Halloway. 7-Alex. H. Stephens.

9-Thomas M. Kissock. .8-Robert Toombs.

10-Herman D. Gould. ILLINOIS.

11-C. R. Sylvester. 1-Wm. H. Bissell.

12–Gideon 0. Reynolds. 2-John A. M Clernand.

13-John L. Schoolscraft. 3- Thomas R. Young.

14-George R. Andrew's. 4-John Wentworth,

15-J. R. Thurman. 5-Wm. A. Richardson.

16Hugh White. 6-Edward D. Baker.

17-H. P. Alexander. 7-Thomas L. Harris.

18— Preston King, F. S. Iowa.

19Charles E. Clarke. 1-Wm. Thompson.

20-0. B. Maltison. 2-Shepherd Leffler.

21-Hiram Walden. MAINE.

22-Henry Burnett. 1-Elbridge Gerry.

23-William Duer. 2-Nathaniel S. Littlefield.

24- Daniel Gott. 3-John Olis.

25-Harmon S. Conger. 4Rufus K. Goodenow.

26-IV. T, Jackson. 5-Cullen Sawtelle.

27-W. A. Sackett. 6-Charles Stetson.

28-A. N1. Schermerhorn. 7-Thos. J. D. Fuller.

29_Rob't. L. Rose. MASSACHUSETTS.

30- David Rumsey. 1-Robt. C. Winthrop.

31-E. Risley. 2-Daniel P. King.

32-E. G. Spaulding. 3-James H. Duncan.

33Harvey Putnam. 4-No choice.

31-L. Burrows. 5-Charles Allen, F. S.

South CAROLINA. 6—George Ashmun.

1-Daniel Wallace. 7-Julius Rockwell.

2-J. L, Orr. 8-Horace Mann.

3-J. A. Woodward. 9- Orin Fowler.

4-James M.Queen. 10-Joseph Grinnell.

5-Armistead Burt. New JERSEY.

6- Isaac E. Holmes. 1-Andrew R. Hay.

7-W. F. Colcook. 2-Wm. A. Newell.

WISCONSIN. 3-Isaac Wildrick.

1-Charles Durkee, F. S. -4-John Van Dyke.

2_Orsamus Cole. 5-James G. King.

3—James D. Doty.

Ohio. 1-David T. Disney. 2-L. D. Campbell, F. S. 3-R. C. Schenck, 4-Moses B. Corwin. 5-Emery D. Potter. 6—Rodolphus Dickinson. 7-Jonathan D. Morris. 8-John L. Taylor. 9-Edson B. Olds. 10-Charles Sweetzer, 11-John K. Miller. 12-Samuel F. Vinton.

13—W. A. Whittlesey. (14—Nathan Evans. 15-Wm. F. Hunter, F. S. 16-Moses Hoagland. 17—Joseph Cable. 18-David K. Carter. 19John Crowell, F. S. 20—Jos. R. Giddings, F. S. 21Joseph M. Root, F. S.

VERMONT.
1-Wm. Henry:
2-Wm. Hebard.
3-Geo. P. Marsh.
4-L. B. Peck.

DELAWARÉ.
1-John W. Houston.

MichiGAN.
1-A. W. Buel.
2-William Sprague, F. S.
3—R. S. Bingham.

MissOJRI. 1-James B. Bowlin. 2_Wm. V. N. Bay. 3-James S. Green. 4-Willard P. Hall. 5--John S. Phelps.

PENNSYLVANIA. 1-LEWIS C. LEVIN. 24Jos. R. Chandler. 3-Henry D. Moore. 4–John Robbins, Jr. 5-John Freedly. 6-Thos. Ross. 7-Jesse C. Dickey. 8- Thaddeus Stevens. 9-Wm. Strong. 10–M. M. Dimmick. 11-Chester Butler. 12-David Wilmot, F. S. 13Joseph Casey. 14-Charles W. Pitman. 15—Henry Nes. 16-Jas. Š. M.Lanahan. 17—Samuel Calvin. 18-A. Jackson Ogle. 19-Job Mann. 20—R. R. Reed, 21-Moses Hampton. 22John W. Howe, F. S. 23—James Thompson. 24-Alfred Gilmore.

FLORIDA. 1-E. C. Cabell.

CONGRESSIONAL ELECTIONS YET TO BE HELD IN THE SEVERAL STATES.

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