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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT UNITED STATES.

Franklin Pierce, New Hampshire President, Salary, $25,000

William L. Marcy, New York, Secretary of State, 8,000

James Grutber, Kentucky, Secretary of the Treasury, 8,000

Jefferson Davis, Mississippi, Secretary of War, 8,000

James C. Dobbins, North Carolina, Secretary of the Navy, 8,000

Robert McClelland, Michigan, Secretary of the Interior, 8,000

James Campbell, Pennsylvania, Post Master General, 8,000

Caleb Cushing, Massachusetts, Attorney General, 8,000

SUPREME COURT.

Roger B. Taney, Maryland, Chief Justice, Salary, $5,000

John McLean, Ohio, Ass't" 4,500

James W. Wayne, Georgia,"" 4,500

John Catron, Tennessee, "" 4,500

Peter Y. Daniel, Virginia,"" 4,500

Samuel Nelson, New York,"" 4,500

R. C. Grier, Pennsylvania,"" 4,500

B. R. Curtis, inassachusetts,"" 4,500

Jas. A. Campbell, Alabama," « , 4,500

Benjamin Howard, Baltimore, Reporter.
W. T. Carroll, Washington, D. C. Clerk.

UNITED STATES COURTS.

United States Circuit Court/or Louisiana.—Theo. H. MeCaleb, Associate Judge; E. W. Moise, District Attorney; J. W. Gurly, Clerk; J. M. Kennedy, Marshall.

United States District Court.—Theo. H. MoCaleb, Judge; N. R. Jennings, Clerk.

Western DistrictDistrict Court.—Henry Boyce, Judge; Peter Alexander, District Attorney; W. M. Smoot, Marshall; R. J. Wilson, Clerk.

UNITED STATES AND OFFICERS.

Surveyor General's Office, Donaldsonvile; W. J. McCulloch, Surveyor General; Thos. H. Weightman, Chief Clerk.

Greenshurg DistrictGreenshurg.—C. C. Strickland, Register; John M. Vernon, Receiver.

South Eastern DistrictNew Orleans.—Louis Palmes, Register; W. H. Palfrey, Receiver.

Southwestern DistrictOpelousas.'■, Register;

Eugene Wartelle, Receiver.

Southwestern DistrictNatchitoches.—J. B. Cloutier, Register; J. B. O. Bruart, Receiver.

Ouachita District.Monroe.—W. Shannon, Register, P. GKing, Receiver.

MINISTERS PLENIPOTENTIARY.

James Buchannan, of Pennsylvania, Great Britain; Thos. H. Seymour, of Connecticut, Russia; John Y. Mason, of Virginia, France; Pierre Soule, of Louisiana, Spain; Peter D. Vroom, of New Jersey, Prussia; James Gadsden, of South Carolina, Mexico; Wm. Trousdale, of Tennessee, Brazil; D. Starkweather, of Ohio, Chili; John R. Clay, of Pennsylvania, Peru.

MINISTERS RESIDENT.

Carroll Spence, of Maryland, Turkey; Theodore S. Pay, of Massachusetts, Switzerland; John H. Wheeler, of North Carolina, Nicaragua

RESIDENT COMMISSIONERS.

Robert McLane, of Maryland, China; David L. Gregg, of Illinois, Sandwich Islands.

CHARGES D'AFFAIRES.

August Belmont, of New York, Netherlands; John M. Daniels, of Virginia, Sardinia: Henry Bddinger, of Virginia, Denmark; Henry R. Jackson, of Georgia, Austria; J. J. Seibels, of Alabama, Belgium; Robert Dale Owen, of Indiana, Naples; Francis Shroeder, of Rhode Island, Sweden; John L. 0. Sullivan, of New York, Portugal; Lewis Cass, jr., of Michigan, Rome; John W. Dana, of Maine, Bolivia; Philo White, of Wisconsin, Ecuador; James S. Green, of Missouri, New Grenada; J. Nevitt Steele, of Maryland, Venezuala.

FOREIGN CONSULS RESIDENT IN NEW ORLEANS.

Austria and Baden, F. H. Ermer, 17 Carondelet St.;

Brazil, B. Vails, 73 Magazine St.;

Bremen, Fred. Rodewald, 17 CommonPlace St.;

Denmark, F. F. C. Fles, 53 Carondelet St.;

France, Aim6 Roger, 123 Royal St.;

Great Britain, William Mure, 118 Common St.;

Hamburg, Wm. Vogle, 57 St. Charles St.;

Hanover, A. Reichard, 57 St. Charles St.;

Mecklenburg, William Prehn, 121, Common St.;

Mexico, J. P. Oropesa, Durean's Buildings;

Montivedo, B. Vails, 73 Magazine St.

Nassau, F. W. Fredenthal, 31 Gravier, St.;

New Grenada, J. P. Beyelle, 31 Gravier St.;

Oldenburg, Wm. Vogle, 57 St. Charles St.;

Portugal, G. A. Barralli, 61 Common St.;

Prusia, Wm. Vogle, 57 St. Charles St.;

Rome, C. J. Daron, 93 Common St.;

Russia, E. Johns, 20 Carondelet St.;

Sardinia, J; Lanata, 11 Jefferson St.;

Saxony, F. F.'C. Fles, 53 Carondelet St.;

Spain, A. M. Segovia,

Sweden and Norway, Ambrose Lanfear, 93 Common St.;

Switzerland, J. B. Faeh, 17 Carondelet St.;

Two Scicilies, G. A. Barrelli, 61 Common St.;

Venezula, A. D. Dieter, 13 Gravier St.;

Wurtemburg, C. Honold, 2 Royal St.;

Guatemala, E. J. Gomez. *

OUTSTANDING STATE BONDS.

Maine, $471,500

New Hampshire, 75,899

Vermont, None

Massachutetts, 6,445,000

Rhode Island, None

Connecticut, None

New York, 24,323,837

New Jersey,. None

Pennsylvania, 40,021,445

Delaware, T None

Maryland, , 15,356,224

Virginia, 12,089,382

North Carolina, 2,224,000

South Carolina, 1,025,893

Georgia, 2,802,472

Florida, None

Alabama, i 4,497,000

Louisiana, 9,589,207

Arkansas, 2,488,839

Mississippi, 7,271,907

Tennessee, 3,363,856

Kentucky, 5,571,297

Missouri,..■. 802,000

Illinois, .' 17,000,000

Indiana, 7,712,850

Ohio, 15,542,549

Michigan, 2,389,550

Wisconsin, 100,000

Iowa, 88,000

Texas, 5,351,628

California, 2,097,428

Churches and Church Property in the United States.

NUMBER. VALUE.

Methodist, 12,467 $14,636,671

Baptist, 9,791 10,900,382

Presbyterian, 4,584 14,369,898

Congregational, 1,316 7,970,962

Episcopalion, 1,474 11,251,960

Roman Catholic, 1,112 8,973,848 Amount of Land unsold in the United States, up to the year ending

June, 1853.

A. Clvii a.

Ohio, 244,499,08

Indiana, 246,339,41

Illinois, 4,115,969,97

Missouri, 22,722,801,41

Alabama, 15,049,693,70

Mississippi, ' 9,083,654,94

Louisiana, 9,134,143,81

Michigan, 16,142,293,48

Arkansas, 15,725,388,33

Florida,... 29,262,674,50

Iowa, 22,773,175,57

Wisconsin, 23,678,486,19

California, 113,682,436,00

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Revenue and Expenditures of the Postoffice Department, for the Year ending June, 1853.

FREE. COLLECTED EXPENDED

Maine, :$125,194 $112,654

New Hampshire, 81,708 67,310

Vermont, 78,638 96,860

Massachusetts, 453,969 999,362

Khode Island, 47,377 » 30,817

Connecticut, 146,364 121,368

New York, 1,175,516 729,421

New Jersey, 89,074 109,913

Pennsylvania, 488,308 414,042

Ohio, 375,759 531,396

Michigan, 96,757 182,872

Indiana, 137,339 174,361

Illinois, 175,346 264,223

Iowa, 40,980 55,336

Wisconsin, 73,570 78,605

California, ,. 123,153 242,043

Oregon, 9,797 52,282

Minnesota, 3,529 3,845

$3,722,369 $8,661,701 Surplus, $60,668.'

SLAVE.

Delaware, $16,310 $16,357

Maryland, 152,158 239,953

District of Columbia, 37,832 33,006

Virginia, 183,472 398,769

North Carolina, 60,751 204,806

South Carolina, 82,985 157,573

Georgia, 142,800 279,441 Revenue and Expenditures of PostofficeContinued.

Florida, 16,878 45,050

Alabama, 86,091, 223,520

Mississippi, 73,108 151,422

Arkansas, 25,105 103,692

Texas, 47,164 161,149

Tennessee, 85,701 134,009

Kentucky, 112,542 191,114

Missouri,; 98,781 188,041

Louisiana, 128,170 141,953

81,359,848 82,671,755 Deficiency, 81,359,907.

UNCERTAIN WHETHER TO BE FREE OR SLAVE.

New Mexico, 8517 810,925

Utah, 955 3,633

Nebraska, — 237

81,472 9823,795

Deficiency, 822,323.
Total deficiency, aside from ocean mail service, 81,273,562.

INSANE AND IDIOTIC.

The last Census furnishes the whole number of Insane and Idiotic persons in the various States of the Union. The aggregate number is 31,494. The proportion of each State and Territory is as follows:

INSANE. IDIOTIC.

Main, 561 577

New Hampshire, 373 353

Vermont, 560 299

Massachusetts, * 1680 791

Rhode Island, 217 116

Connecticut, 470 287

New York,. 2521 1665

New Jersey, 379 419

Pennsylvania, 1914 1467

Delaware, 68 92

Maryland, 546 394

District cf Columbia, '. 23 12

Virginia, 970 1182

North Carolina, 510 794

South Carolina, 249 348

Georgia, 224 664

Florida, 11 36

Alabama, 9 233 476

Louisiana, 200 174

Mississippi,, 129 222

Texas, 37 104

Arkansas, 63 115

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