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It appears that of the Free Population] of Louisiana in 1850, amounted to 272,953, something over one half are natives of this State, more than one fifth natives of other States of the Union, and nearly one fourth foreign born.

As follows:

Natives of Louisiana, 145,474

Natives of the other States of the Union, 60,447

Foreign born, 66,413

Places of birth unknown, 679

272,953

Of the 66,413 foreign born, there are—

English, 2,550

Irish, 24,266

Scotch, 1,196

Welsh, 48

Geimans, 17,507

French, 11.552

Spanish, 1,417

Partuguese, 157

Belgian, 115

Hollanders, 112

Turks, 48

Italians, 915

Austrians, 156

Swiss, 1. 723

Russians, 65

Norwegians, 64

Danes, 288

Swedes, 249

Prussians, 380

Sardinians, 9

Greeks, 23

Chinese, 33

Asiatics, 17

Africans, 90

British Americans, 499

Mexicans, 405

West Indians, 1,337

Other foreign countries, 1,192

Total foreign born, ^66,413

Of the natives of the other States of the Union, there are.—

Marylanders, 1,440

Virginians, 3,216

North Carolinians, - 2,923

South Carolinans, 4,583

Georgians, 5,917

Floridians, 372 Alabamians, 7,346

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MississippiaDS, ~. 10,913

Texan s, 864

Arkansians, ;803

Tennesseeans, 3,352

Kentuckians, 2.968

The true valuation of the real and personal estate within the United States, exclusively the District of Columbia and the Territories, by the Census of

1850, was, $7,067,157,179

That of Louisiana was, 233,998,764

The number of Slave owners in the State is about 20,670.

In the following ratio

Those owning one slave, is 4,797

""one and under five 6,072

""five and under ten 4,327

""ten and under twenty 2,652

""twenty and under fifty 1,774

u "fifty and under one hundred 728

""one hundred and under two hundred 274

""two hundred and under three hundred 36

« "three hundred and under five hundred 6

""five hundred and under one thousand 4

Making a total of slave owners 20,670

The State of Louisiana contains area of 46,631 square miles, or about 29,615,840 acres.

The value of land in farms, in the whole State is estimated at $75,814,398.

The returns of births and deaths among the whites and free colored

of ±he State for 1850, show

Births, 7,292

Deaths, 6,083

Adults in the State who cannot Read nor Write, according to the Census of 1850.

White Males 9,842

« Females, 11,379

Total, 21,221

Free Colored Males, 1,038

""Females, 2,351

Total, 3,389

Native, 18.339

Foreign, 6,271

Aggregate, $24,610 Births, White and Free Colored, 7,292

Slaves, 494

Total Births, 12,232

Marriages, Whites, 2,890

Deaths, White and Free Colored, 6,083

"Slaves, 5,873

Total, 11,956

Professions, Occupations, and Trades, of the Male Population of Louisiana.—Census of 1850.

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Actors,

Agents,

Apothecaries and druggists,

Architecrs,

Artists,

Astronomical instrument makers, ..

Anctioneers,

Bakers,

Bankers,

Bank officers,

Barbers,

Barkeepers,

Basket makers,

Black and white smiths,

Bloc k and pump makers,

Boarding-house keepers, 123

Boat builders, 5

Boatmen, 1,383

Bolier makers,

Rookbinders,

Booksellers and stationers,

Bottlers

Brass founders,

Brewers and distillers,

Brick makers,

Brokers,

Brush makers,

Builders,

Butchers,

Cabinet and chair makers,

Carpenters, 4,571

Carpet makers, 5

Carriers, 36

Carters and draymen, 1,076

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Carvers and gilders,.

Cattle dealers,

Caulkers, ,

Chandlers, ....

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Charcoal burners,

Chemists,

City, county, and town officers, .

Civil engineers,

Clergymen, .

30iLawyers,

34 Lithographers,

4 Livery■stable keepers,.

285lLocksmitbs,

8JLumbermen,

229]Machinist8, .

Clerks, 4,881 |Manufacturers not specified,.

Clock makers,

Clothiers,

Coach makers,

Coffee-house keepers,

Collectors,

Confectioners,

Coopers,

49 45

106 28 36

7|Mariners, 2,203

19lMarketmen 206

62 Masons .wit! plasterers, 968

288lMechanics not specified, 543

119JMerchants 3,958

126!Milkmen, 208

906>Millers, 76

Professions, Occupations and Irades,Continued.

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Miners ....
Moulders..
Musicians"..
Music Sellers.

Music Teachers.

Newsmen

Ostlers

30 10 29 107

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41 19 94

Overseers 1,808

Oystermen 37

Painters and Glaziers 865

Paper Dealers 5

Pattern Makers 12

Pavers 66

Pedlera 292

Perfumers . 10

Physicians,. . 013

Piano Forte and Musical Instrument

Makers I2

Pilots 102

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Shingle Makers. 43

Ship Carpenters 46

Slaters 47

Soldiers 45

Stevedores 175

Stewards 126

Stone and Marble Gutters 71

Store Keepers 188

Students 698

Sugar Manufacturers 95

'urgeons 2

Surveyors 34

Tailors 1,160

Tanners and Curriers 35

Tar Makers 7

Teachers 791

Teamsters SS

Telegraph Operators 3

Tinsmiths 300

Tobacconists and Segar Makers.... 386

Traders 258

Trunk Makers 38

Turners * 37

Umbrella Manufacturers 10

Undertakers 22

Upholsterers 50

United 'tates and State Officers 233

Vinegar Makers 3

Warehousemen 75

Watchmakers 155

Watchmen 328

Weavers .. 16

Weighmasiers 34

Wheelwrights 270

Wine and Liquor Dealers 37

Wood Corders 15

Wood Cutters 306

Wood Dealers, 62

Wool Dealer 14

Woolen Manufacturers 5

Other Occupations 362

Total 77,168

PRESIDENTS OF THE UNITED STATE&, From the Adoption of the Constitution to the present time.

TERM BEGAN.

1. George Washington, Virginia, April 30, 1789,

2. John Adams, Massachusetts,...March 4, 1797,

3. Thomas Jefferson, Virginia,....March 4, 1801,

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

5. James Monroe, Virginia, March 4, 1817,..

6. John Q. Adams, Massachusetts, March 4, 1825,..
Andrew Jackson, Tennessee,...March 4, 1829,..
Martin Van Buren, New York,.March 4, 1837,..
William Henry Harrison, Ohio,March 4, 1841,.

John Tyler, Virginia, April 4, 1841,.

James Knox Polk, Tennessee,..March 4, 1845,.

Zachary Taylor, Louisiana, March 4, 1849,

Millard Fillmore, New York,..July 9, 1850,

14. Franklin Pierce, N. Hampshire,March 4, 1853,. SiG. 17.

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d. 10. 11. 12. 13.

TERM ENDED.

.March 3, 1797
.March 3, 1801
.March 3, 1809
.March 3, 1817
.March 3, 1825
.March 3, 1829
.March 3, 1837
.March 3, 1841
..April 4, 1841
..March 3, 1845
..March 3, 1849
July 9, 1850
..March 3, 1853

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