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Summary Tables of the Population of the United States, agreeably to the Census of 1830.

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Of 20 and under 30.

Of 30 and under 40.

Of 40 and under 50.

Of 50 and under 60.

Of 60 and under 70.

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Maine
34,053 28,742 25,522 22,400 34,985 21,7011 14,547 9,228 5,956 2,637

823 93 2 New Hampshire

19,728 17,521 16,737 14,847) 21,191 14,696 10,772 7,218 5,059 2,786 840 85 4 Massachusetts 40,644 35,988 34,679 32,801 58,621| 35,433 23,683 15,008 10,319 5,575 1,760 173

1 Rhode Island 6,733 5,786 5,400 5,354 8,425 5,379 3,512 2,157 1,444

854 261 28 Connecticut

19,033 17,8911 17,788 16,509| 26,166 16,608 11,595 7,851 5,495 3,154 871 81 5 Vermont 21,700 19,406 17,597 15,782 24, 207 15,773 10,405 7,051 5,203 2,203 618

3 North. Dist. of N. York > 118,540 103,372 88,558 74,040 125,086 79,831 49,689 29,278 17,199 7,047 1,753 177 19 south. Dist. of N. York S 39,537 33,699 29,965 27,672 51,668 33,305 19,182 11,225 6,710 2,987 808 New Jersey

25,071 21,204 19,745 17,123 27,001 17,2311 11,043 7,053 4,458 2,021 534 44 1 Eastern Dist. of Penn. 2 60,917 50,357 44,956 41,345 68,421 42,729 26,595 15,568 8,728 3,712 891

100 19 Western Dist. of Penn. $| 56,936 45,842 37,419 31,768 52,938 32,443 20,00 12,464 7,357 3,267 884 128/ 23 Delaware

4,7441 4,099 3,919 3,184 5,508 3,206 2,036 1,286 609 202 43 9 Maryland

23,737 19,438 17,886 15,778 29,397 18,215 11,072 6,565 3,462 1,375 355 53 7 Eastern Dist. of Virg. 33,143 26,390 22,527 19,801 33,260 20,892 13,462 8,786 4,853 1,928 571 87 13 Western Dist. of Virg. S 32,650 25,415 20,760 17,146 27,651 15,647 9,919 6,475 4,118 1,746 537 97) 13 North Carolina

46,749 35,950 30,527 25,452 39,428 23,042 14,998 10,536 5,968 2,489 649 138) 28 South Carolina

25,132 20,259 16,497 13,961 22,164 13,969 8,334 5,644 3,042 1,210 298 66 14 Georgia

33,027 23,709 18,584 15,186 26,844 16,156 9,542 5,674 3,083 1,120 290 631 10 North. Dist. of Alaba. ? 9,459 6,727 5,221 4,300 7,036 4,458

2,516 1,501 773 246 63 11 South. Dist. of Alaba. S 13,305 8,755 6,908 5,209 10,404 6,941 3,513 2,092 968 345 84 8 3 Mississippi

7,918 5,572 4,591 3,623 7,237 4,632 2,419 1,595 632 189 47 11 East. Dist. of Louisiana ? 5,007 4,175 3, 350 2,852 7,430 5,670 3, 156 1,446 633 226 61 18 8 West. Dist. of Louisiana 2,964 2,227 1,784

1,473

3,028 2, 107 1,148 577 263 91 17 6 1 Eastern Dist. of Tenn. 19,612 *14,726 11,790 9,581 14,085 7,765 4,733 3,727 2,002 877

291

43 11 Western Dist. of Tenn. 39,964 30,640 24, 254 19,666 30,897 17,346 10,375 7,461 3,541/ 1,230 366 62 21 Kentucky 54,116 41,073 34,222 29,017| 45,913 26,289 15,966 10,843 6,253 2,585

699

1191 28 Ohio 96,411 74,690 62,151 51,138 81,290 49,346 31,112 18,058 10,783 3,632

935 138 29 Indiana 39,780 28,692 22,872 17,653 28,153 17,904 10,306 6,004 3, 160 1,059 240

49 13 Mlinois

18,834| 12,753 10,024 7,770 14,706 8,825 4,627 2,853 1,172 384 90 6 4 Missouri 13,531 9,617 7,469

5,639 11,147 7,084 3,642 1,939 927 334 60 14 2 TERRITORIES. Michigan 3,023 2,326 1,905 1,543 4,339 2,739 1,232 658 264 64

4 1 Arkansas

3,020 2,021 1,626
1,272 2,835 1,820 876 434) 209

69

1 East. Dist. of Florida

441 326
261 1701

428 190

96

49 22 5 West. Dist. of Florida

550 355 273 245 664 489 218 157 72 15 1 1 1 South. Dist. of Florida

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12
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80 72

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5 Middle Dist. of Florida 9231 640 467 356 952 547 313 165 68 20

1 District of Columbia 2,333 1,680 1,486 1,5221 2,805 1,817 1,068 593 245

71 25 1 1

201 12

475

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Cotal of the U. States

972,980|782,075 669,734 573, 196|956,487 592,535 367,840 229,284 155,082 57,772|15,806/2,041 301

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Maine

32,471 27,676 24,067| 22,348 35,596 22,259 14,183 9,330 5,9041 2,683 911 1381 31
New Hampshire

18,538 16,790 15,525 14,823 24,564 16,690 11,896 8,448 5,888 3,110 1,085 174) 6
Massachusetts

39,533 34,537 33,326 34,439 60,495 38,163 26,684 18,456 12,989 7,173 2,528 347 4
Rhode Island

6,623 5,642 5,213 5,584 9,203 5,756 4,024 2,826 1,939 1,0581 376 44
Connecticut

18,270 16,943 16,575 15,978 26,540 17,937) 13,214 9,245 6,707 3,760 1,228 156 3
Vermont

21,334 18,632 16,870 15,753 25,180 16,264 11,034 7,152 4,727 2,086 652 87 4
North. Dist. of N. York 2 |113,807 100, 147 85,608 75,00 1 117,190 72,696|45,213 26,682 15,451 6,356 1,713 201 13
South. Dist. of N. York $ 38,061 32,937 29,558 30,195 51,707 31,826 19,102 11,662 7,138 3,289

960 103
New Jersey
23,937 20,479 18,267) 16,784 25,817 16,623 11,007 7,307 4,705 2,160 586

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Eastern Dist. of Penn. 58,038 48,411 43,612 43,598 67,050 40,870 26,277| 16,623 9,780 4,287 1,147 130 121
Western Dist. of Penn. 53,909 44,308 36,475 32,378 48,848 28,734 18,203 11,259 6,441 2,797 782 105 91
Delaware

4,647 4,011 3,654 3,381 5,484 3,179 2,047 1,397 630 263) 56 6 1
Maryland

22,356 18,693 17,327 18,020 27,248 16,617| 10,840 6,983 3,633 1,541 432 64 14
Eastern Dist. of Virg. 2/ 31,391 25,373 22,361 22,438 35,287 21,483 14,049 9,303 5,193 2,295 622 1331 14
Western Dist. of Virg. $ 31,020 24,591 19,575 18,041 26,757 14,973 9,701 6,144 3,572 1,552

476 55 14
North Carolina

43,775 34,264 28,842 27,398 41,636 24,534) 16,428 10,601 5,980 2,496 747 158) 30
South Carolina
23,691 19,043 15,632 15,122 21,866 13,438 8,468 5,455 2,929 1,181 351

80 17
Georgia
30,958 22,590 17,988 16,432 24,036 13,974) 8,427 5,089 2,664 987

268

65 20
North. Dist. of Alaba. 8,964
4,927 4,404 6,306 3,665 2,135 1,186

575) 182 69 16 71
South. Dist. of Alaba. S | 12,376 8,375 6,165 5,547 8,151 4,894 2,560 1,545 744 250 75 13 31
Mississippi

7,319 5,165 4,169 3,653 5,231! 3,090 1,739 983 436 149 34 7
East. Dist. of Louisiana 5,000 4,045 3,407 3,151 4,693 2,929 1,603 848 497) 173 60 13
West. Dist. of Louisiana 2,800 2,148 1,733

1,5581 2,237 1,275 707

409 163 49 13
Eastern Dist. of Tenn. 18,114 14,019 11,045 10,086 14,746 7,945 5,138 3,335 1,773

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225 481 141
Western Dist. of Tenn. 37,285 28,956 22,511 20,530 28,224 15,600 10,126 5,944 2,768 1,116 317 621 14
Kentucky

50,835 39,439 32,197| 29,623 41,936 23,463 15,476 9,499 5,315 2,195 575 97 19
Ohio

89,873 71,851 59,306 52,635 75,574 43,89427,546 15,898 8,293 2,915 736 89
Indiana
37,505 27,313 21,072 18,087| 26,702 15,703 9,028 4,808 2,275

780 212 25
Illinois
17,429 12,000 9,246 8,053 12,461 6,850 3,750 2,047 812

273 77
Missouri
12,561 9,077 6,794 5,765 8,791 5,121 2,718 1,499

766 227 60 9

6,426

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Total of the U. States

921,934 750,741 638,856 596,254918,411 555,531 356,046 223,504 131,307 58,336 17,434 2,523238

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Maine

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New Hampshire

2
Massachusetts
Rhode Island

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Connecticut

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Vermont
North. Dist. of N. York

5
6

1
12

12 1511
South. Dist. of N. York Set

11
2

5 6721
New Jersey
5 12 395 383 2611

3

424 451 288 40
Eastern Dist. of Penn. ?

43 19

31
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12

17 14 30 4)
Western Dist. of Penn.* 16

59
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511 12
Delaware
580 853 245 83 42 3 508

617

230 80 492
Maryland

17,880 17,759 8,846 6,135 2,772 50 17,002 16,236 8,331 5,329 2,601 53
Eastern Dist. of Virg.

74,158 60,074 38,403 27,69611,121 125 73,666 58,574 36,670 24,483 11,219(i31
Western Dist. of Virg. S 9,842 8,843 4,786 2,987 1,034 8 9,541 8,347 4,257 2,723 1,056 13
North Carolina

45,99) 38,099 20,212 14,030 5,848133 44,847 37,508 20,095 13,088 5,636114
South Carolina

51,820 44,600 29,710 21,674 7,567 98 51,524 45,5 17 32,689 22,006 8,112 84
Georgia

38,367 34,253 19,440 12,818 3,847 92 38,102 33,917 20,527 12,325 5.765 78
North. Dist. of Alaba. 8,252 7,3181 4,2471 1,957 6045 7,974 7,152 4,209

1,897

507 8
South. Dist. of Alaba. 13,585 12,235 6,853 3, 2011 891 22 !3,412 12,517 6,879 3,00 1 805 18
Mississippi

11,037 10,793 6,947 3,455 845 22 10,860 10,841 6,983 3,173 682 21
East. Dist. of Louisiana 2 9,354 12,990 12,199 6,416 1,660 29 9,534 12, 156 10,244 4,587| 1,245 31
{West. Dist. of Louisiana

4,273
4,936 3,585 2,027 4291 13 4,153 4,457

3,290 1,662 307) 11
Eastern Dist. of Tenn. 3,404 3,092
1,281 7131 245) 6 3,271 3,164 1.474 903

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Western Dist. of Tenn. S 24,399 20,339 9,979 5,307 1,484 57 23,297 20,981 10,749 5,616 1,566 32
Kentucky

31,500 27,449 13,520 7,499 2,280 61 30,975 27,346 13,854 8,107 2,572 50
Ohio
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2

31
Indiana

2

1
Illinois
98 118 76

6 2 144

61 52 12 31
Missouri

4,872

4,364 2,058923 208 14 4,611 4,605 2,1991 1,014 2194
TERRITORIES.
Michigan

2
7 11

1

1

3 33
Arkansas
845 814 395 192

803 836 399 193 51
East. Dist. of Flcrida
627 588 461 289 93

571 471 233 67
West. Dist. of Florida 566

602
496 231

52

597 605 382185361
South. Dist. of Florida

7

11
5 2

3

7 10
Middle Dist. of Florida 1,301 1,275 862 423 77 1,265 1, 266

698 34674
District of Columbia
794 1,024 542 375 114

3 816 1,270 612 391176 2

• It appears by the census of 1830, that the state of Pennsylvania contains 403 slaves, while in 1820, according to the census of that year,
the whole number was only 211; thus exhibiting an increase of 192 in the interval of ten years. This, however, is manifestly an error,
because by an act passed by the legislature of Pennsylvania on the first day of March 1780, slavery was forever abolished in relation to
children born in the state after that period, (although the children born of slaves might be held to service till they arrived at the age of

28 years); hence, it is obvious that the number of slaves in this state cannot possibly increase; and equally so, that in 1830 the youngest
slave in the state must have been above 50 years of age; but by an examination of the returns as exhibited in the above Table, the
reader will perceive that, of the number of slaves returned, 310 are stated as under 36 years; deducting these from 403, the whole number
reported, the number of slaves in Pennsylvania would be reduced to 93: but by the same table it appears that of these 93, thirty-six are
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in the class between the ages of 36 and 55 years, and it is impossible to believe that these are all above the age of 50 years, which, as we have already shown, is the minimum age of a slave in Pennsylvania. On the contrary, it is much more probable, that they are nearly all below the age of 50, and therefore ought also to be deducted. But as this cannot be ascertained with precision, we deem it a fair estimate to suppose that the 36 are equally distributed through the interval of 19 years, being the period between the ages of 36 and 55, mak. ing the average number for each year iH, and for the first 14 years of the interval, or between the ages of 36 and 50 years, 269 or nearly 27 persons. These 27 being too young to be slaves, must be deducted from the 93 above mentioned, and there will be only 66 remaining as the total number of slaves in Pennsylvania.–J. PARKER.

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