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James Monroe, Va., to France, May 28, 1794.
Thomas Pinckney, s. C., to Spain, Nov. 24, 1794.
Rufus King, N. Y., to England, May 20, 1196.
David Humphreys, Conn., to Spain, May 20, 1796.
John Q. Adams, Mass., to Portugal, May 30, 1796.
Charles C. Pinckney, s. C., to France, Sept. 9, 1796.

Ministers Resident.
William V. Murray, Md., to the Netherlands, March 2, 1797.
David Humphreys, Conn., to Portugal, Feb. 21, 1791.
William Short, Va., to the Netherlands, Jan. 16, 1792.
William Short, Va., to Spain, May 28, 1794.
John Q. Adams, Mass., to the Netherlands, May 30, 1794.

Envoys and Ministers Plenipotentiary.
Charles C. Pinckney, S. C., to France, June 5, 1797.
Elbridge Gerry, Mass., to France, June 5, 1797.
John Marshall, Va., tó France, June 5, 1797.
Oliver Ellsworth, Conn., to France, Feb. 26, 1799.
Patrick Henry, Va., to France, Feb. 26, 1799.
William V. Murray, Md., to France, Feb. 26, 1799.
James Monroe, Va., to Great Britain, April 18, 1803.
William Pinckney, Md., to Great Britain, May 12, 1806.
James Monroe, Va., to Great Britain, May 12, 1806.
William Pinckney, Md., to Great Britain, Feb. 26, 1808.
Robert R. Livingston, Ń. Y., to France, Oct. 2, 1801.
John Armstrong, N. Y., to France, June 30, 1864.
John Q. Adams, Mass., to Great Britain, Feb. 28, 1815.
Joel Barlow, Conn., to France, Feb. 27, 1811.
William H. Crawford, Ga., to France, April 9, 1813.
Albert Gallatin, Pa., to France, Feb. 28, 1815.
George W. Erving, Mass., to Spain, Aug. 10, 1814.
William Eustis, Mass., to the Netherlands, Dec. 10, 1814.
Thomas Sumpter, S. C., to Portugal, [in Brazil] Mar. 7, 1809.
John Q. Adams, Mass., to Russia, June 27, 1809.
James A. Bayard, Del., to Russia, Feb. 28, 1815.
William Pinckney, Md., to Russia, April 26, 1815.
Richard Rush, Pa., to Great Britain, Dec. 6, 1817.
James Brown, La., to France, Dec. 9, 1823.
John Forsyth, Ga., to Spain, Feb. 16, 1819.
Hugh Nelson, Va., to Spain, Jan. 15, 1823.
John Graham, Va., to Portugal, [in Brazil] Jan. 6, 1819.
Henry Dearborn, sen., N. H., to Portugal, May 7, 1822.
H. Clay, Ky., to Prussia, Special Commissioner to conclude a Treaty, 1823.
George W. Campbell,

Tenn., to Russia, April 16, 1818.
Henry Middleton, s. C., to Russia, April 6, 1820.
Richard C. Anderson, Va., to Colombia, Jan. 27, 1823.
Cæsar A. Rodney, Dél., tó Buenos Ayres, Jan. 27, 1823.
Heman Allen, Vt., to Chili, Jan. 27, 1823.
Rufus King, N. Y., to England, May 5, 1825.
Albert Gʻullatin, Pa., to England, May 10, 1826.
James Barbour, Va., to England, May 23, 1828.
Alexander H. Everett, Mass., to Spain, Mar. 9, 1825.
Albert Gallatin, Pa., 'Agents upon the Umpirage relating to the North Eastern Round.
Wm. P. Preble, Me., Jary of the United States, May 9, 1828.
William H. Harrison, to Colombia, May 24, 1826.
John W. Forbes, Fa., to Buenos Ayres, Mar. 9, 1825.
Joel R. Poinsett, S. C., to Mexico, Mar. 8, 1825.
Richard C. Anderson, Va., To the Assembly of American Nations, proposed to be held
John Sergeant, Pa., S at Panama, Mar. 14, 1826.
Joel R. Poinsett, s. C., to the same Assembly, Feb. 12, 1827.
Condy Raguet, Pa., to Brazil, Mar. 9, 1825.
William Tudor, Mass., to Brazil, Dec. 27, 1827.
William Miller, N. C., to Guatemala, Mar. 7, 1825.
John Williams, Tenn., to Guatemala, Dec. 9, 1825.
Louis McLane, Del., to Great Britain, 1829.
William C. Rives, to France, 1829.
William Pitt Preble, to the Netherlands, 1829.
Cornelius P. Van Ness, to Spain, 1829.
Thomas P. Moore, to the Republic of Colombia, 1829.
John Randolph, Va., to Russia, 1831.
Edward Livingston, La., to France, 1833.
William Wilkins, Pa., to Russia, 1834.
Andrew Stevenson, Va., to England, 1836.

James Buchanan, Pa., to Russia, 1831.
Martin Van Buren, N. Y., to Great Britain, 1831, (not confirmed by the Senate.)
Anthony Butler, N. Y., to Mexico, 1829.
Em inuel J. West, Ill., to Peru, 1829.
Ethan A. Brown, Ohio, to Brazil, 1829.
John Hamm, Ohio, to Chili

, 1829.
William T. Barry, Ky., to Spain, 1835.
John H. Eaton, Tenn., to Spain, 1835.
Lewis Cass, Mich., France, 1836.
William T. Barry, Ky., to Spain, 1835.
John H. Eaton, Tenn., to Spain, 1836.
George M. Dallas, Pa., Russia, 1837.
Henry Wheaton, R. I., to Prussia, 1837.
Powhatan Ellis, Miss., to Mexico, 1837.
H. A. Muhlenberg, Pa., to Austria, 1838.
David Porter, Md., to Turkey, 1839. (Salary, $6,000.)

POPULATION OF THE UNITED STATES.

States.

Population, Slaves,
1330

1830.

Pop. to
Sq. M.

Maine,

399,955

12 New-Hampshire, 269,328

28 Vermont, 280,652

27 Massachusetts, 610,408

81 Rhode Island, 97,199

17 75 Connecticut,

297,665

25 62 New-York, 1,918,608

75 40 New-Jersey,

320,823

2,254 40 Pennsylvania, 1,348,233 403 29 Delaware,

76,748 3,292 36 Maryland,

447,040 102,994 41 Dist. of Columbia 39,834

6,119| 40 Virginia,

1,211,405 469,757 18 N. Carolina,

737,987 245,601 15 S. Carolina,

581,185 315,401 19 Georgia,

516,823 217,531 Florida,

34,730 15,501 Alabama,

309,527 117,549 6 Mississippi, 136,621

65,659 3 Louisiana,

215,739 109,588 4 Ohio, 937,903

24 Kentucky,

687,917 165,213 18 Tennessee,

681,903 141,603 16 Michigan,

31,639

32 Indiana,

343,031

10 Illinois,

157,455 *747 Missouri,

140,445 25,081 2 Arkansas,

30,388 4,576 Total, |12,866,020 2,009,618

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GENERAL STATISTICS OF THE INDIVIDUAL STATES.

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1730

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36,400.

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TABLE, SHOWING THE TIME FOR THE MEETING OF THE LEGISLATURE IN EACH STATE; MANNER OF CHOOSING, TERM OF SERVICE,

AND SALARY OF GOVERNOR; NUMBER OF SENATORS AND REPRESENTATIVES TIME OF SERVICE AND PAY; NUMBER OF
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STATES.

How Chosen.

MAINE.

People.

NEW HAMPSHIRE.

People.

VERMONT.

People.

MASSACHUSETTS.

People.

RHODE-ISLAND.

People.

CONNECTICUT.

People.

NEWYORK.

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the Legislature.
First Wednesday in

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First Wednesday

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Second Thursday

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First Wednesday

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1st Wedn. in May & July,
last Wed. in Oct. & Jan.
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First Monday in

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Fourth Monday in

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NEW-JERSEY.

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PENNSYLVANIA.

People.

DELAWARE.

People.

MARYLAND.

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VIRGINIA.

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