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CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS,

AS ESTABLISHED BY CHAP. 499, LAWS OF 1851. PASSED JULY 10, 1851.

DISTRICTS. First,

SECOND, THIRD, FOURTH, FIFTH,

Sixti,
SEVENTH,.
Енантн,

Counties of Suffolk, Queens, Richmond and

Kings, excepting the first 16 wards of

Brooklyn. City of Brooklyn, first 12 wards. 1st, 2d, 3d, 5th and 8th wards in New-York. 4th, 6th, 10th and 14th wards in New-York. 7th and 13th wards in New-York, and 13th,

14th, 15th and 16th wards of Brooklyn.
11th, 15th and 17th wards in New-York.
9th, 16th and 20th wards in New-York.
12th, 18th, 19th, 20th, 21st and 22d wards in

New-York.
Counties of Westchester, Rockland and Put-

nam,
Counties of Orange and Sullivan.
Counties of Ulster and Greene.
Counties of Dutchess and Columbia.
County of Rensselaer.
County of Albany.
Counties of Washington, Saratoga, Warren

and Hamilton.
Counties of Essex, Clinton and Franklin.
Counties of St. Lawrence and Herkimer.

ΝΙΝΤΗ,

TENTH, ...
ELEVENTH,
TWELFTH,
THIRTEENTH,
FOURTEENTH,
FIFTEENTH,

SIXTEENTH, .
SEVENTEENTH,

EIGHTEENTH, .

...... Counties of Fulton, Montgomery, Schenec

tady and Schoharie. NINETEENTH, Counties of Otsego and Delaware. TWENTIETH,.

County of Oneida. TWENTY-FIRST, Counties of Cortland, Broome and Chenango. TWENTY-SECOND, Counties of Oswego and Madison. TWENTY-THIRD, Counties of Jefferson and Lewis. TWENTY-FOURTH, .. County of Onondaga. TWENTY-FIFTH, Counties of Cayuga and Wayne. TWENTY-SIXTA, Counties of Ontario, Seneca and Yates. TWENTY-SEVENTH,. Counties of Tompkins, Chemung, Schuyler

and Tioga. TWENTY-EIGHTH, .. Counties of Steuben and Livingston. TWENTY-NINTH, County of Monroe. THIRTIETH, Counties of Genesee, Wyoming and Alle

gany. THIRTY-FIRST, Counties of Orleans and Niagara. THIRTY-SECOND, County of Erie, THIRTY-THIRD, Counties of Chautauque and Cattaraugus.

GOVERNORS OF NEW-YORK.

COLONIAL. Cornelius Jocobzen May,

1624 William Van Hulst,

1625 Peter Minuit,

May 4, 1626 Wouter Van Twiller,.

April

1633 William Kieft,

March 28, 1638 Petrus Stuyvesant,

May

11, 1647 Richard Nicolls,

September 8, 1664 Francis Lovelace,

August 17, 1668 Anthony Colve,

Aug. (N. s.) 12, 1673 Edmund Andros,

Nov. (n. s.) 10, 1674 Anthony Brockholles, Commander-in-Chief, November 16, 1677 Edmund Andros,

August

7, 1678 Anthony Brockholles, Commander-in-Chief, Jan. (n. s.) 13, 1681 Thomas Dongan,

August 27, 1683 Sir Ed. Andros,

July 28, 1688 Francis Nicholson, Commander-in-Chief,.. October 9, 1688 Jacob Leisler,

June

3, 1689 Henry Sloughter,.

March 19, 1691 Richard Ingoldesby, Commander-in-Chief,. July 23, 1691 Benjamin Fletcher,

August

30, 1692 Earl of Bellomont,

April

2, 1698 John Nanfan, Lieutenant-Governor, May

17, 1699 Earl of Bellomont, .

July 24, 1700 William Smith, President of the Council,.. March 5, 1701 Abraham De Puyster, Pres't of the Council,

1701 John Nanfan, Lieutenant-Governor,. May 19, 1701 Lord Cornbury,

May

3, 1702 Lord Lovelace,

December 18, 1708 Peter Schuyler, President,

May

6, 1709 Richard Ingoldesby, Lieutenant-Governor,. May 9, 1709 Peter Schuyler, President,

May 25, 1709 Richard Ingoldesby, Lieutenant-Governor,. June 4, 1709 Gerardus Beeckman, President,

April

10, 1710 Robert Hunter,

June 14, 1710 Peter Schuyler, President,

July

21, 1719 William Burnet, .

September 17, 1720 John Montgomerie,.

April 15, 1728 Rip Van Dam, President,

July 1, 1731 William Cosby,

August 1, 1732 George Clark, President,

March 10, 1736 George Clark, Lieutenant-Governor, October 30, 1736 George Clinton,

September 2, 1743 Sir Danvers Osborne, Bart.,..

October

10, 1753 James De Lancey, Lieutenant-Governor, October

12, 1753 Sir Charles Hardy, Knt.,

September 2, 1755 James De Lancey, Lieutenant-Governor, June

3, 1757 Cadwallader Colden, President,

August 4, 1760 Cadwallader Colden, Lieutenant-Governor, August

8, 1761 Robert Monckton, ..

June

14, 1762 Cadwallader Colden, Lieutenant-Governor, June

25, 1763 Sir Henry Moore, Bart.,

November 13, 1765 Caldwallader Colden, Lieutenant-Governor, September 12, 1769 Earl of Dunmore,

October

19, 1770 William Tryon,.

July Cadwallader Colden, Lieutenant-Governor, April 7, 1774 William Tryon,

June 28, 1775 James Robertson,'

March

23, 1780 Andrew Elliot, Lieutenant-Governor, April

15, 1783 STATE. Nathaniel Woodhull, President of the Provincial Congress,. 1775 George Clinton, Governor,

1777 John Jay,....

1795 George Clinton,

1801 Morgan Lewis,

1804 Daniel D. Tompkins,

1807 John Taylor, Lieutenant-Governor, acting Governor,. 1817 De Witt Clinton,

1817 Joseph C. Yates,

1823 De Witt Clinton,

1825 Nathaniel Pitcher, Lieutenant-Governor, acting Governor,.. 1828

1 Military Governors during the Revolutionary War, not recognized by the State of New York.

9, 1771 1829 1829 1831 1833 1839 1843 1845 1847 1849 1851 1853 1855 1857

Martin Van Bnren,
Enos T. Throop, Lieutenant-Governor, acting Governor,
Enos T. Throop,
William L. Marcy,
William H. Seward,
William C. Bouck,
Silas Wright,
John Young,
Hamilton Fish,
Washington Hunt,
Horatio Seymour,
Myron H. Clark,.
John A. King,

LIEUTENANT-GOVERNORS.
Pierre Van Cortlandt,
Stephen Van Rensselaer,
Jeremiah Van Rensselaer,
John Broome,
John Taylor, President pro tem, of Senate,
De Witt Clinton,
John Taylor,
Erastus Root,
James Tallmadge,
Nathaniel Pitcher,
Enos T. Throop,
William M. Oliver, President pro tem. of Senate,
Edward P. Livingston,
John Tracy,
Luther Bradish,
Daniel S. Dickinson,
Addison Gardiner,
Addison Gardiner, to June,
Hamilton Fish,
George W. Patterson,.
Sanford E. Church,
Sanford E. Church,
Henry J. Raymond,.
Henry R. Selden,

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