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Term exp.

Term exp. Indiana.

Nebraska. Oliver P. Morton..... 1879 Thomas W. Tipton ... 1875 Daniel G. Pratt.. 1875 P. W. Hitchcock .... 1877

Iowa.

Nevada. William B. Allison.... 1879 | John P. Jones

1879 George G. Wright 1877 William M. Stewart 1875 Kansas.

New Hampshire. John J. Ingalls

1879 Bainbridge Wadleigh, 1879 Alex. Caldwell........ 1877 Aaron H. Craigin..... 1877 Kentucky.

New Jersey. Thomas C. MoCreery.. 1879 John P. Stockton.... 1875 John W. Stevenson... 1877 F. T. Frelinghuysen

1877 Louisiana.

New York.

1879 Roscoe Conkling.. J. Rodman West... 1877 Reuben E. Fenton.... 1875

1879

Maine.

North Carolina. Hannibal Hamlin..... 1875 Augustus R. Merrimon 1879 Lot M. Morrill...... 1877 Matt. W. Ransom

1877

Maryland.

Ohio.
George R. Dennis 1879 John Sherman
Wm. T. Hamilton.... 1875 Allan G. Thurman..

1879 1875

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Term exp. Texas.

West Virginia. Joseph W. Flanagan.. 1875 Arthur L. Boreman 1875 Morgan C. Hamilton.. 1877 Henry G. Davis 1877 Vermont.

Wisconsin.
Justin S. Morrill.. 1879 | Timothy B. Howe .... 1879
George F. Edmunds .. 1875 Matt. H. Carpenter .. 1875

Virginia.
John F. Lewis .... 1875
John W. Johnston.... 1877

(1) Re-elected by one of two Legislatures.

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

FORTY-THIRD CONGRESS, COMMENCING MARCH 4, 1873, AND

ENDING MARCH 4, 1875.

JAMES G. BLAINE, of Maine, SPEAKER.

of -, CLERK.

Alabama-8.

4. Henry R. Harris. Alex. White (at large).

5. James C. Freeman. Chris. C. Sheats (at large).

6. James H. Bount. 1. Fred. G. Bromberg.

7. Pierce M. B. Young. 2. James T. Rapier.

8. Ambrose R. Wright.* 3. Charles Pelham.

9. H. P. Bell. 4. Charles Hays. 5. John H. Caldwell.

Illinois - 19. 6. Joseph Sloss.

1. John B. Rice.

2. Jasper D. Ward. Arkansas - 4.

3. Charles B. Farwell. John M. Bradley (at large). 4. Stephen A. Hurlbut. 1. Asa Hodges.

5. Horatio C. Burchard. 2. Oliver P. Snyder.

6. James B. Hawley. 3. Thomas M. Gunter.

n. Franklin Corwin.

8. Greenbury L. Fort. California-4.

9. Granville Barrere. 1. Charles Clayton.

10. William H. Ray.

11. Robert M. Knapp. 2. H. Frank Page.

12. James C. Robinson. 3. J. K. Luttrell.

13. John McNulta. 4. Sidney O. Houghton.

14. Joseph G. Cannon.

15. John R. Eden. Connecticut.

16. James S. Martin. [Elects four Representa- 17. William R. Morrison. tives in April, 1873.] 18. Isaac Clements.

19. Samuel S. Marshall.
Delaware-1.
James R. Lofland.

Indiana - 13.
Florida-2.

Godlove S. Orth (at large).

Wm. Williams (at large). Josiah T. Wells (at large). 1. William E. Niblack. Wm. J. Purman (at large).

2. Simon K. Wolf.

3. William S. Hollman. Georgia - 9.

4. Jeremiah M. Wilson. 1. Morgan Rawls.

5. John Coburn. 2. R. H. Whiteley.

6. Morton C. Hunter. 3. Philip Cook.

7. Thomas J. Cason. * Died since election.

8. James N. Tyner.
9. John E. Neff.
10. Henry B. Saylor.
11. Jasper Packard.

lowa-9.
1. George W. McCrary.
2. Aylett R. Cotton.
3. William G. Donnan.
4. Henry (). Pratt.

James Wilson.
6. William Loughridge.
7. John A. Kasson.
8. James W. McDill.
9. Jackson Orr.

Kansas-3.
David P. Lowe (at large).
S. A. Cobb (at large).
Wm. A. Phelps (at large).

Kentucky-10.
1. Edward Crossland.
2. John Young Brown.
3. Charles W. Milliken.
4. William B. Read.
5. E. D. Standiford.
6. William E. Arthur.
7. James B. Beck.
8. Milton J. Durham.
9. George M. Adams.
10. John D. Young.

Louisiana -6. P. B. S. Pinchback (at l'e). 1. J. Hale Sypher. 2. Lionel A. Sheldon. 3. Chester B. Darrall. 4. Samuel H. Peters. 5. Frank Morey.

Maine-5. 1. John H. Burleigh. 2. William P. Frye. 3. James G. Blaine. 4. Samuel F. Hersey. 5. Eugene Hale.

Maryland -6. 1. Ephraim K. Wilson. 2. Stevenson Archer.

3. William G. O'Brien.
4. Thomas Swann.
5. William J. Albert.
6. Lloyd Lowndes.

Massachusetts - 11. 1. James Buffinton. 2. Benjamin W. Harris. 3. William Whiting. 4. Samuel Hooper. 5. Daniel W. Gooch. 6. Benjamin F. Butler. 7. Ebenezer R. Hoar. 8. John M. S. Williams. 9. George F. Hoar. 10. Alvah Crocker. 11. Henry L. Dawes.

Michigan - 9. 1. Moses W. Field. 2. Henry Waldron. 3. George Willard. 4. James C. Burrows. 5. Wilder D. Foster. 6. Josiah W. Begole. 7. Omar D. Conger. 8. Nathaniel B. Bradley. 9. Jay A. Hubbel.

Minnesota-3. 1. Mark H. Dunnell. 2. H. B. Strait. 3. John T. Averill.

Mississippi - 6. 1. Lucius Q. C. Lamar. 2. A. R. Howe. 3. Henry W. Barry. 4. Jason Niles. 5. George C. McKee. 6. John R. Lynch.

Missouri - 13. 1. Edwin (. Stanard. 2. Erastus Wells. 3. Wm. H. Stone. 4. Robert A. Hatcher. 5. R. J. Bland. 6. Harrison E. Havens. 7. T. T. Crittenden. 8. Abraham Comingo.

9. Isaao C. Parker.

25. Clinton D. McDougall. 10. Ira B. Hyde.

26. William H. Lamport. 11. John B. Clark, Jr.

27. Thomas C. Platt. 12. John M. Glover.

28. Horace B. Smith. 13. A.H. Buckner.

29. Freeman Clarke.

30. George G. Hoskins. Nebraska -1.

31. Lyman K. Bass. Lorenzo Crounse.

32. Walter L. Sessions.
Nevada -1.

North Carolina - 8.
Charles W. Kendall. 1. Clinton L. Cobb.

2. Charles R. Thomas.
New Hampshire.

3. Alfred M. Waddell. [Elects three Representa- 4. William A. Smith. tives next March, 1873.] 5. James M. Leach.

6. Thomas S. Ashe. New Jersey -7.

7. William M. Robbins. 1. John W. Hazleton.

8. Robert B. Vance. 2. Samuel A. Dobbins. 3. Amos Clark, Jr.

Ohio – 20. 4. Robert Hamilton.

1. Milton Sayler. 5. William W. Phelps. 2. Henry B. Banning. 6. Marcus L. Ward.

3. John Q. Smith. 7. Isaac W. Scudder.

4, Lewis B. Gunckel.

5. Charles N. Lamison. New York -33.

6. Isaac R. Sherwood. Lyman Tremain (at large). 7. Lawrence J. Neal. 1. Henry W. Scudder. 8. William Lawrence. 2. John G. Schumaker. 9. James W. Robinson. 3. Stewart L. Woodford. 10. Charles Foster. 4. Philip S. Crooke.

11. Hezekiah S. Bundy. 5. William R. Roberts. 12. Hugh J. Jewett. 6. James Brooks.

13. Milton I. Southard. 7. Thomas J. Creamer. 14, John Berry. 8. John D. Lawson.

15. William P. Sprague. 9. David B. Mellish.

16. Lorenzo Danforth. 10. Fernando Wood.

17. L. D. Woodworth. 11. Clarkson N. Potter.

18. James Monroe. 12. Charles St. John,

19. James Ą. Garfield. 13. John O. Whitehouse. 20. Richard C. Parsons. 14. David M. Dewitt. 15. Eli Perry.

Oregon - 1. 16. James S. Smart.

Joseph G. Wilson. 17. Robert S. Hale. 18. William A. Wheeler.

Pennsylvania —27. 19. Henry H. Hathorn.

Lemuel Todd (at large). 20. David Wilbur.

G. W. Scofield (at large). 21. Clinton L. Merriam.

Chas. Albright (at large). 22. Ellis H. Roberts.

1. Samuel J. Randall. 23. William E. Lansing.

2. Charles O'Neill. 24. R. Holland Duell.

3. Leonard Myers.

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