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| Dists. CONGRESS, 1843. PRESIDENT, 1840. GOVERNOR, 1843. GOVERNOR, 1841. 1. Aiken (W.) Johnson (L.) Harrison. V.B. Counties. Jones(W) Polk(L) Jones (W) Polk(L) Carter......

........ 837

902 Anderson, ..... ........ 594 288........ 540 265 Cocke........ 723 157...

917 236........ 590 227 Greene.....

941 1526.. 1032 1559 1053 730... .1065

669 Hawkins.....

1093
1282

1053 12513 Bradley

480 846 Johnson..

327 110.

390 Campbeli,

*362 Sullivan... ...

1234.. Carter, ..

138 Washington.....8
854 1020..

892 Claiborne,

813..

ol Total,....
1001

.4,952
5.495

5,448 5.507 Cocke,.

160.. Grainger,

572..

524

Majorit Johnson, 543...... for Van Buren, 59. Greene,...

1524...
1574 11.

Senter. Wallace.
628 621...... 548

560 Anderson.........

547 305..
....1130
1296.... .1053

636..
Jefferson,
....1610 256........1605
176 Campbell.

388.. Johnson,

.... 348
86.. ..... 372
70 Claiborne........

808..
....1911

454...
... 1842

679..
470 355....
320 Jefferson.....

324.. 1811

131 McMinn,

1025..
884 Monroe.......

987..

923
576.
574 Morgan.....

159..

211
1023..
985 Sevier.......

94..
162..

125
419..
345! Total.......

4,280 7.901
359..

Majority for Senter 2,030.......for Harrison 4,259. S Roane, ... 671.. 883

Campbell. Blackwell.
61
2. Bledsoe.......... 447

286..

644 1251.

406 Washington, 1088.

652...

4733 1479 .1853

1827
690 (Ruth. War. Wil.) Marion.
354

3143

. 503 368 935 (Bed. Frank. War.) McMinn.

1045...

.1022 8973 1481.

....1768 1236 Meigs.. DeKalb,

518
464 (War.S'ith, White.) Polk

213 412..

(new Co.) 340 612..

157
379...

209
Fentress,
111 410. 144

803
417 1039.. 603
1226. 1110

1276!
Total, ...5,700 5.793

4,5083 510 568! Majori or Blackwell, 93....for Harrison, 2,206 Hickman, ..

913. Humphreys,

318 489...

433

699 IV. Bransford. Cullom. Jackson,

717

623 Coffee..... .. 332 859 (Bed. Frank. & War.) Lawrence, 474 469.

505 DeKalb... 503 441 (Smith War.&White.) Lincoln, 689 2314. 2504 Fentress...

433... ....... 140 Marshall,

1337 (Bed. Lin., Maury.Jackson 697

1077

....1302 591
1421 1800.
2187 Overton...

1027. ... 329
.1242 911....
781 Van Buren..

182 (Warren & White.) .... 291 1048. 262 959 Warren .....

1075... .... 513

19443
...1199
764.

960
680 W

899
bite.........

465... .......1201 Rutherford,

1.86 1367..

.1711
1634 Total,..
.3.650 5.180

2,485 4,232 $Smith,.. 2101 713.. .2369

Majority Cullom, 1,530.. for Van Buren, 1,747. Stewart,

662....

.. 378 614
*1782
702 1621

Long (L.) Jones (L.)
179
lite & Warren.) Bedford.

954........

21563 342 1164........ 476 2037 Franklin...

793...

1461 Wayne, 343........ 666

2411... .. 831 25313 456....... 1158 511 Marshall...

953 . Lin. & Maury.) 3 861........1805 809)

1073........2246 971) Total,.........2,943 5,111 3,354 6,148 3Benton,

410........ 2.8 3311 Majority for Long, 2,168.... for Van Buren, 2.794. Carroll,

.....1274

469........1195 425
238........ 326

VI. N.S.Broon, (W) AV rowon,(L)
Fayette,
1060........1003 864 Giles .....

1186... ....1190 1242 516....... 432 Hardin ........

659... ... 562 581 915.. 624 853 Hickman....

895.

952 Haywood, 640. ....... 655 554 Lawrence..

451.. 537 429........1100 328) Maury......

1727..

. 1497

2025 1167 .721 1108) Wayne......

341.

2663 Lauderdale,

215 (I yer & Tipton.)
Total.......4,778

5,438 Madison,

656........1046
643........ 741

6 Maj. for A. V. Brown, 461 for Van Buren, 599
477.. 274

VII. Dickinson, (W) 450...

Cannon.......... 369....(No ....(Ruth.Wil.&War.)3 Shelby

1026...
6 Rutherford ......1573....oppo-..

1475 Tipton,....

469....
Williamson...... 1835... .sition.)..

681 Weakley,

900..... 509
o W ilson ..........2360.....

8703 Total,........58,307 54,474 53,929 50.70

Total.......6,137

6.273

3,0263 3 Maj, for Jones,....... 3,833; for do..........3,224. * Unofficial: the official total in 1843 was, Jones, VIII. Peyton (W) Donelson (L)

1464..........1960 12743 357,008, Polk, 51,819; in 1841, Jones, 53,586, Polk, 50,343. Davidson ........2029

Smith ........... 2051 676... .....2657 3. The first 26 Counties in the preceeding table, are

1734... ..... 794 17383 known as East, the next 30 as Middle, and the last 17 a:

Total.......4,853 3.854 West Tennessee. The following table shows the Con

5,411 3,700 gressional Districts:

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ALABAMA. Benton ...

302 Dickson... 342 602... 396 653

CONGRESS, 1843. PRESIDENT, 1840.3 Henry ...... 815

1079 I. Dist. Dellet,(W) Goldthwaite,(L) Har. V. B. Humphreys...... 312 191 333 Baldwin .... ......366

189........137

118 3 Montgomery .... 1236 901...

790 Butler ...

......580 380........710 Robertson ....... 1192 760... .1167

650 Clarke

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596 3 Stewart ......... 477

642 Conecuh..

364. 541 Total.......4,676 4,904 4.433 4.448 Marengo...

1225.. 481 1121 Maj. for Johnson, 228......for Van Buren, 15.

Monroe...

380...

361 Ashe. Stanton.

Washington .......241 271. .263 277 3 Dyer ............ 360 236..

635..... Fayette.......

. 1056
1070.

1140
Hardeman.....
974...

Total......4,843 4,708
Haywood ..... 682 631.... 807 576) Majority for Dellet, 135....for Harrison,
Lauderdale.
214... (Dyer & Tip.) II.

Pettit.

Belser. McNairy .. 771 649... 906 477 Barbour ...........879

894.......1028 642 S Shelby ......

1338
1030.

950
681 Coffee ...

.. (with Dale.) Tipton .......... 354 470.......... 573

588 Covington

126. Total.......5,457 5,274

5,498
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490.

391 3 Majority for Ashe, 183........for Harrison, 1,208. Macon...

338 XI. Brown. Pavat.

Montgomery..

870..

1134 SCarroll .......... 1145 434.......... 1361

maj. 108 Gibson ..........1080 479... .1272

576...... ..691 404 Henderson ......1042 393...

277

634... ? Madison.........1116 1312 537

5,117

3,950 $ Obion...... 287 465..

357 Majority for Belser, ....for Harrison, 644 456...

348 UIL.

Lea. Lewis.
S Weakley......

862.....
723 Autauga...

maj. 293. .591 Total.......5,852 3.723

6,839
3.012 Bibb......

4783

539 Majority for Brown, 2,129....for Harrison, 3,827.

Dallas ......

696...... 3 Total, 1840-Harrison, 60,391 ; Van Buren, 48,289,- Jefferson.

468... Maj. 12, 102.

Lowndes

.896 5223 ARKANSAS.

Perry ......

814 CONGRESS, 1842. PRESIDENT, Shelby.....

.573 (W.) (Ind.) (L.)

Total.........

4.283 5,271 3 Co's. Cummins. Evans. Cross. Harrison.

104........120

18! Arkansas ...

Majo..ty for Lewis, 683.....for Harrison, 655. 3 Benton 113 340........ 72 245 IV.

Young. Payne. Bradley 81. ..new county Fayette......

maj. 635........203 8193 3 Carroll.

278...
223 Greene ...

660.......1366 7883 Chico..

43 Pickeus ...
892 854..

7793 Clark..... 143.... 119 87 Sunt r..... ... 1050

. 1308

11803 Conway 214

192..

201 Tusca usa........ 93 maj. .......1276 938 3 Crawford .....277

447......
Total ......2,956

5.215 4,5043 Crittenden

160... Desha ..

28 Majority for Payne, 295.....for Harrison, 711. Franklin.

189......
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V. 3 Green ......

Armstrong (L) Houston (L) 4 Franklin...........851

.637 Hempstead.....288 317.......

732...... Lauderdale .......556

..645 Hot Spring ...

205... Independence..

270......

198 Lawrence .........940 134.......

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5. Marion ...... Jackson ... 125

212........ 107

Morgan..... Jefferson. 137........173

..244

324 Walker. Johnson ......

391...... Lafayette.

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085 Lawrence

310......

214

VI. Madison... 391....

7203 11 Blount.............(no opposition.....

173.. Marion 11 De Kalb ........... to Reuben

771 3 Mississippi.

135...
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2147 Monroe... 28....

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924 Phillips ..

286..

220 Pike.... 87 St. Clair ......

679 Poinsett

257...

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263 Pulaski

397....

499 VII. Chilt'n(W.Dal' (L.) McCon'll(L.

349... Randolph..

252 Benton ........532

1035......482

12483 Saline.

205...
135 Chambers.....1081

697.....1039

6783 Scott.

112 Cherokee ......550

856......377 7593 3 Searcy....

ma). Randolph......409

569......279
323...
197 Talladega .....687

10 714......669 St. Francis....

292...
246 Tallapoosa ....601

585......412 Union ........

350..
173 Total....3.860

192 4.456 3.258 4.433 Van Buren .....

175...

15. Maj. for McC. over C. 596....for Van Buren, 1,175. Washington....

669.. White ........

46 Yell ............ 81

182........new county

WISCONSIN TERRITORY. Total...5,315 1,686 9,413 5 ,160 6,766 DELEGATE, 1843. DELEGATE, 1841. 3 Maj. for Cross over both, 2,412...,for V. B.1,606. Hickcox(W) Dodge(L) Scat'g. Arnold W) Dodge(L) 3 * Vote rejected for informality; it was 60 majority for 3,184 4 ,685 178 2 ,9283,435 Van Buren.

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Kent....... maj. 160
GOVERNOR, 1843. PRESIDENT
Lapeer.......

4133
(W.) (L.) (A.)
Lenawee..

1865 Pitcher. Barry. Birney. Harrison. ) Livingston......

700 842 Allegan......... 260 14 Macomb.........

1124 Barry........

Ho Mackinaw... maj. 13

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79 Berrien .. 0Monroe......... 522 1121

1023 Branch. 300

6160

Oakland........1173 2161
Calhoun.....
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Ottowa......... maj. 40

883 Cass........ 510 Saginaw........

1003 Chippewa.....

Shiawassee..... Clinton ......

534

446 Eaton.........

St. Joseph.......

761 Genesee.........

con Van Buren..... maj. 100 Hillsdale.

1. Washtenaw....1684 1843

.2246 3Ionia.......

261 / Wayne.........1560 2114

2526 Logham.... Jackson...

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TIMES OF HOLDING ELECTIONS. States. Seats of Government. Times of holding Elections. Do. Presidential Election. 3 Maine....

.Augusta...... ......2d Monday in September, First Monday in November. New Hampshire.... Concord ...

.2d Tuesday in March,

First Monday in November. s Vermont............Montpelier................ Ist Tuesday in September. Second Tuesday in November. Massachusetts...... Boston........

2d Monday in November, Second Monday in November. Rhode Island... Providence & Newport. In April

First Wednesday in November. Connecticut..... Hartford & New-Haven. Ist Monday in April,

First Monday in November. New-York....... ..Albany........ ........Tuesday after 1st Mon, in Nov. Tuesday after 1st Mon. in Nov. New Jersey...... ..Trenton.......

.2d Tuesday in October, First Tues. in Nov. & next day. Pennsylvania...... Harrisburg.... ..20 Tuesday in October, First Friday in November. S Delaware ..........Dover.......

..2d Tuesday in November, Second Tuesday in November. Maryland........ ..Annapolis....

. 1st Wednesday in October, Second Monday in November. s Virginia ......... ... Richmond...

3d Thursday in April,

First Monday in November. North Carolina.....Raleigh...

1st Thursday in August, Second Thursday in November. South Carolina.. .Columbia

2d Monday in October,

By Legis ature about Dec. 1st. Georgia........ ... Milledgeville.. ... Ist Monday in October,

First Monday in November. 3 Alabama..... Tuscaloosa.. .... 1st Monday in August,

Second Monday in November. Mississippi.. .Jackson.....

1st Monday in November, First Monday in November. Louisiana...... .New-Orleans

. 1st Monday in July,

First Tuesday in November. Tennessee.... ..Nashville...

.1st Thursday in August, First Tuesday in November. 3 Kentucky... Frankfort ..

1st Monday in August,

First Monday in November. Ohio.......... .Columbus...... 2d Tuesday in October,

First Friday in November. Indiana ....... .Indianapolis..

1st Monday in August,

First Monday in November. Illinois... Springfield

1st Monday in August, First Monday in November, S Missouri...... .Jefferson City..

.1st Monday in August,

First Monday in November. 3 Michigan ..........Detroit........

..1st Monday in November, First Monday in November. Arkansas........... Little Rock...... ...... 1st Monday in October,

First Monday in November.
All the States but South Carolina choose their Electors by a Popular Vote.

POPULAR VOTE FOR PRESIDENT.
Electoral Vote.

1840.

1836 States. Harrison, V. Buren. Harrison. Van Buren. Harrison. Van Buren. Maine...... ......10......

... 46,612

46,201

15,239 New Hampshire...

26,158
32,761

6,228 3 Massachusetts....

72,874
51,944
42,247

84,474 Connecticut ....

. 31,601

25, 296

18, 149 3 Rhode Island.

5,218
3,301
2,710

2,964 Vermont........

32,440
18,018
20,996

14,039 $ New-York.

225,817
212,527
138,543

166,8153 New Jersey..

33,351
31,034
26,137

25,592 Pennsylvar: a

.144,021
143,672
87,111

91,475) Delaware......

5,967
4,874
4,733

4,153 Maryland

33,528
28.752

25,852 Virginia...

42,501

43,893 3 Ohio........

148, 157
124, 782 105,405

96,948 Kentucky..

58,489

36,687

33,025 ) 3 North Carolina

46,376
33,782

23,626 South Carolina

(Chooses Electors by Legislature.) Georgia....

31,933
24,930

22,126 Alabama ..

33,991
16,612

20,506 3 Indiana...

65,302
51,604

41,281 Illinois.......

45,537
47.476
14,292

17,2752 Michigan..

22,933
21,131

4,072 Mississippi.

19,518
16,975

9,688 Tennessee...

60 391
48,289
35,962

26.1203 Louisiana..

11,296
7,616
3,383

3,653 Missouri.......

29,760 Arkansas.......

4,363
6,048
1,238

2,400 Total in 26 States.....234

1,274,203 1,128,303

737,711

763,587 In 1840, Harrison majority........

145.900...... In 1836, Van Buren majority...... ..25,8763

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- PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS FROM EACH STATE. States. Electors in 1840. Do. in'

States.

Electors in 1840. Do. in '4 Maine .....

9 South Carolina....... .............10 $ New Hampshire ...

6 Georgia ........... ŚMassachusetts....

12 Alabama.... * Rhode Island.....

4 Mississippi.... & Connecticut........

6 Louisiana.............. 3 Vermont ..........

6 Ohio....... New-York...

36 Kentucky........... 3 New-Jersey .......

7 Tennessee............. 3 Pennsylvania.

26 Indiana.......... Delaware ...,

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17 Missouri... & North Carolina..... 11 Arkansas....

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