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Sterling; 16th. Joel C. Squires; 17th. Ezra Miller; 18th. J. R. Briggs, Jr.; 19th. Benjamin Allen; 20th. Bertine Pinckney; 21st. Coles Bashford ; 22d. Judson Prentice; 23d. David S. Vittum ; 24th. Thos. S. Bowen; 25th. James T. Lewis.

Timothy Burns, President. John K. Williams, Chief Clerk.

Members of Assembly by Counties.-Adams and Sauk-Charles Armstrong.

Brown, Kewaunee and Door-Randall Wilcox. . .
Bad Ax and Crawford-H. A. Wright.
Calumet-J. Robinson.
Chippewa and La Crosse-A. D. La Due.
Columbia–0. D. Coleman and J. Q. Adams.

Dane—Matthew Roche, H. Barnes, H. L. Foster, P. C. Burdick and S. W. Field.

Dodge—Whitman Sayles, W. M. Dennis, P. Kelly, John W. Davis, Edwin Hillyer and E. N. Foster.

Fond du Lac—J. S. Tallmadge, Charles D. Gage, Querin Loehr and N. M. Donaldson.

Grant–J. E. Dodge, J. A. Barber, H. E. Block, H. D. York and T. Hayes. Green-Thomas Fenton. Iowa—H. Madden and P. W. Thomas.

Jefferson Patrick Rogan, W. W. Woodman, D. Powers, J. E. Holmes and J. H. Ostrander.

Kenosha–J. McKisson and C. L. Sholes.
Lafayette-Eli Robinson, P. B. Simpson and Nathan Olmstead.
Marquette and Waushara—Ezra Wheeler.
Marquette-E. B. Kelsey.

Milwaukee-H. Haertel, E. McGarry, H. L. Palmer, Richard
Carlile, H. C. West, J. Meyer, J. H. Tweedy, W. A. Hawkins,
and E. Chase.
Manitowoc-E. Ricker.
Outagamie, Waupacca and Oconto-A. Resley.
Portage-G. W. Cate.
Racine-H. T. Sanders, W. H. Roe, T. West and P. Belden.

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Richland-Henry Conner.

Rock-C. Stevens, H. Stebbins, W. D. Murray, and H. Holmes.

Sheboygan–C. B. Coleman and D. Taylor.
St. Croix and La Pointe-0. T. Maxson.

Walworth—John Bell, James Lauderdale, 0. T. Bartlett, T. H. Fellows, Joseph W. Seaver and T. W. Hill.

Washington—O. E. Chamberlin, C. Schutte, W. P. Barnes and J. W. Porter.

Waukesha–Orson Reed, E. Lees, W. D. Bacon and E. Pearl.
Winnebago–Curtis Reed and Lucas M. Miller.
Henry L. Palmer, Speaker. Thomas McHugh, Chief Clerk.

The settlement in Wisconsin at the organization of the Territorial Government, will be shown by the following statement of the number of votes given at the first election under the organic law, in 1836:

Brown County-Green Bay, 118; Howard, 32; Mason, (Depere,) 34; Sheboygan, 36; Menomonee river, 15; Little Butte des Morts, 9; Manitowoc, 20; Portage of Fox and Wisconsin, 61.–325.

Crawford County-Prairie du Chien, 68.—68.

Iowa County-Elk Grove, 28; Van Buren, (Potosi,) 97; Diamond Inn, 35; New Diggings, 77; Platteville, 90; White Oak Springs, 106; Hamilton, (Wiota,) 64; Hardscrabble, (Hazel Green,) 48; Wingville, 57; Gratiot's Grove, (Shullsburg,) 43; Mineral Point, 226; Menomonee, (Jamestown,) 24; New Mexico, (Monroe,) 47; Cassville, 150; Paris, 12; Belmont, 76; Bois Prairie, (Lancaster,) 18; Dodgeville, 90.—1288.

Milwaukee County-Pike River, (near Kenosha,) 108; Milwaukee, 449; Louis Vieux, (Waukesha,) 60; Moses Smith's, (Rochester,) 13; Racine, 92; Rock River. (Watertown) Upper Fox River, (Waterford,) 25.—781. Total, 2,462.

iver, (Watertown,) 23 ;

The following Table shows the Census of Wisconsin, from

1825 to 1850.

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COUNTIES. | 1836. 1838. | 1840. 1842. 1846. 1847. | 1850. Adams..

.............................. Brown..............2706)....3048...2107 2 146).... 2662 ...2914....6223 Calumet ...... .....................275 -----407) - ....836 -...1060)-.-.1746 Chippewa ...

..----------- - -----------615 Columbia

.1969 ....3791 ....9565 Crawford...

1220 .....850....1503 ....14491.... 1444!....1409... 2399 Dane ..

.8289 .10935) -..16654

--.-.67) ----149 - ...7787 -..14905 - ..19140 · Fond du Lac.

.295 ....3544 7459...14512 Grant

3926 ---.5937-..12034-..11720 -..16169 Green

.933 ....1594 -.-.4758.... 6487 ---.8383

5029 - 14906 ..7963...10479 - Jefferson ...

1638 ...8860 ..11464...15339 Kenosha

........10730 Lafayette

.9335...11556 Lapointe.

-367....595 Manitowoc

..263 - ...629 ... 1285 ....3713 Marathon

.....466 Marquette.

-.59 .....986 -...2261]....8642 Milwaukee -..

5605 .9565 15922 .22791...31119 Portage. .--

1623 646

1504 ....1267 Racine.

6318

19538 ...14971 Richland.

.903 Rock ..

2867

14720 -..30717 Saint Croix..

---..14191....1674) -----624 Sauk ..

1021...393 .... 1003....2178 -...4372 Sheboygan

..133 -.-.-227-...1637-...5580....8386 Walworth.

... 2611|----4618 --.13439 -..15039...17866 Washington

---.343|- --.-965) ----7473---15447|-..19476 Waukesha

13793...15866)...19324 Winnebago.

...135 ----.143 ----732 .. 2748 -..10167 Total....

11,683 18,130 30,945 44,478 155,2771 210,546 305,566

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From the above census return, it will be seen that the population of Wisconsin has increased in greater ratio than any other State in the Union. In 1825, the population of the Territory was only 1,444.

An Abstract of the Census Returns of the Territory of the

United States, from 1800 to 1850.
STATES.

| 1800. 1810. 1820. 1830. 1840. 1850.

. 4,500). 230,000/- 581,000, 937,000/1,519,000/.1,980,000 Indiana ....

4.000). 24.0001. 147.0001. 353,000. 685.0001..988.000 Illinois.....

... 12,000).. 55,000. 157,000. 476.0001..851.000 Michigan ........

... 4,000)... 8,000 -- 31,0001 - 212,000.. 397,000 Wisconsin ...............

........ 30,000).. 305,000

Ohio..

From the foregoing table, it appears that the greatest ratio of increase of Ohio was, from 1800 to 1810, 409 per cent.; Indiana, from 1810 to 1820, 506 per cent.; Illinois, from 1810 to 1820, 350 per cent.; Michigan, from 1830 to 1840, 570 per cent.; Wisconsin, from 1840 to 1850, 890 per cent.

WISCONSIN GAZETTEER:

CONTAINING THE

NAMES, LOCATION, AND ADVANTAGES OF THE CITIES, TOWNS,

VILLAGES, POST-OFFICES AND SETTLEMENTS,

TOGETHER WITH A DESCRIPTION OF THE

LAKES, WATER COURSES, PRAIRIES, AND PUBLIC LOCALITIES IN THE

STATE OF WISCONSIN—FOR 1853.

ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED.

NOTICE.—Names and descriptions prepared too late for their proper place, will be found in the Appendix.

ABBREVIATIONS.—C.H., Court House, or County Seat; L., Lake; Pr., Prairie; P.0., Post Office; P. V., Post Village; R., River; T., Town; V., Village.

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ABBOTT, Town, in county of Sheboygan, being town 13 N., in

range 21 E.; located southwest from Sheboygan, the county

seat. It has 9 school districts. Adams, P.V., in Walworth county, on section 1%, town 4 N.,

range 17 E.; being in the town of Troy, 10 miles north from Elkhorn, and 60 miles southeast from Madison, in a good farming district, 8 miles southwest from the Milwaukee and

Mississippi railroad depot at Eagle Prairie. Adams, Town, in the county of Green, being township 3 N., of

range 6 E.; located ten miles northwest from Monroe, the county seat. It has 5 school districts.

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