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GEORGIA.

GOVERNOR—1845. PRESIDENT-1844, GOVERNOR—1845. PRESIDENT-1844,

Crawford. McAllister Clay. Polk. Crawford. McAllister. Clay. Polk. Paulding...

355...... 218 394 166...... 152

Richmond 747 474 903 Appling ......... 148

647 .. 204 457...

223 Baker......

506/ Rabun..... 37 224

33 224 315

575

Randolph.. Baldwin....

650..... 606 268.

7357 Bibb.......

706

544
651
862

440......
722.
Sumter..

650

904 72 Stewart

690...... 892 Bryan......

813 16 maj,

27 Bulloch.

17
410 Scriven.

225......

278 Burke....

332......
549
556

203
411 Tattnall..

338 Butts.....

375......
243 434

Telfair..... 201 174...... 177
110 214......

104 Camden.

218
Thomas...
431

267

255...... 348 474...... Campbell .... 214

205

1004 Troup.

441 1055 487) 655.... Carroll.....

355

862

912) 394

767
Talbot......

794..... 855 Cass........ 641 945..... 655 1139

54..... Taliaferro...

386 Chatham ...

715...... 817 700

Twiggs.....

403. 389 467 Chattooga 300 330...... 284

237
Union.....
maj. 310.

554) Cherokee....

740...... 517
533
813

385......
Upson.....

384 399......

537 Walker.....

5 84..... Clark

447

686 596

823...... Cobb...... 658

555
Walton.....
943

505 744. Columbia...

187
Ware.....
277.....

maj. 15.

125 522

SMWarren........

689...... 777 {Coweta...

372. 641 368 . 808

454 Washington..... 629 508. 629 Crawford...

595 Dade.......

240......
Wayne.........

138
46

maj. 23......

95 Decatur.....

322...... 383
346) Wilkes......... 410

430
325.....

3895 De Kalb....

560 577 762......

Wilkinson ...... 423 532...... Dooly ...... 168 maj..

Total......36,325 34,723 42,122 44,164) Early........ 151 292.

Majorities-Crawford, 1602. Polk, 2,042. Effingham

246 111...... 193 87 Elbert..... 991 168...... 999

186 Emanuel ... 11 maj.. 107 231

OHIO-1845–Legislature. Fayette.....

631...... 412

702 Dist. Whig. SENATE. Dist. Floyd.

Loco. 446...... 350

Hold over...........12,Hold over.... Forsyth....

160 maj..

Logan,Champaign, &c. 1 Hamilton............ Franklin..

921. 379 1059

Greene, Fayette, &c.. 1 Belmont & Monroe.. I Gilmer.....

559.

511

Scioto, Lawrence, &c. 1 Clermont, Brown.... Glynn...... 112 19.....

Robs and Hocking.... 1 Highland, Pike, &c...1 Greene.....

115.....

Athens and Meigs.... 11Mercer, Henry, &c..
Gwinnett...

. 757
670.....

763

Tucarawas ...... ... 1 Morgan, Perry, &c... 1 Hancock..

307 615

Muskingum ..... .. 1 Guernsey, Coshocton. I Harris......

390...... 845

Cuyahoga, Geauga... 1 Columbiana ......... Heard.

398.

436 Houston....

Lake and Ashtabula.. 1 Richland ...... 637 653

659
Henry......
maj.

819
Total.......

Total.........
Habersham..
maj. 430....
967

1 Whig majority, 6. Hall......

599......

697 Irwin...... 102

HOUSE. Jackson.... 517 642

664 Cos. Whig. Cos. Whig. Cos. Loco. Jasper.

493.

536 Athens, Meigs 1 Jefferson .... 1 Adams, Pike. 1 Jefferson ..

544
84.

108 Ashtabula.... 1 Lucas, &c ... 1 Brown ...... Jones.......

445.

455 Belmont..... 1 Licking, gain 2 Butler....... 1? SLaurens.

589 16. 685 15 Champaign Lorain ...... 1 Clermont....17 185.

335

12111 and Union S |Lake........ 1 Crawford, &c 17 (Liberty...

203 168. 179 190 Clark ....... 1 Montgomery. 2 Coshocton... Lincoln.... 94 maj.

179 Carroll ...... 1 Miami.... .. 1 Columbiana . (Lowndes. 410

362 Cuyahoga ... 1 Morgan, gain 1 Fairfield..... 2 (Lumpkin. 556 946..

254 Darke and Muskingum.. 2 Hamilton .... 4) (Macon. 107 maj.

9451 Shelby, gas Medina...... 1 Holmes...... 1) (McIntosh... 109

127 114 Delaware ? Preble....... 1 Jacks'n, Galliagi) Marion...... 97 maj. .

256 and Marion s Portage and Knox. Monroe.....

798 706 Franklin & lol Summit S Mercer, &c.. 1) Morgan.....

443

348| Madison S Rose, Hocking 1 Monroe...... 1) Murray

403 624...... 303 699|Fayette and Stark, gain.. 1/Putnam, &c., IS Meriwether..... 695 832..... 688 926 Clinton s Scioto and Pickaway, ga. 1S. Muscogee.......1071 851.

980 Greene ...... 1] Lawrences |Perry ....... (Montgomery, est. 180 maj.

Guernsey.... 1 Tuscarawas - 1 Richland .... Madison........ 338 334...... 347

Geauga...... 1 Trumbull.... 21 Sandusky.... Newton........ 896

......1025

3 Hardin, Logan 1/Warren ..... 1 Seneca, &c.. 1 Oglethorpe ..... 576 172...... 626 241 Highland, ga. 1 Washington . 1 Wayne..... (Putnam........ 107 maj. ... 430

351 na

Harrison.....1 Pulaski..

249 3 79...... 247 457 Huron, Erie. il Total....44 Total.... Pike.....

... 659 8771 Whig maj. in the House 16; in Joint Ballot 22. SIT

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WHIG ALMANAC,

AND POLITICIANS' REGISTER,

FOR 1846.

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CONTENTS.

Page. Calculations for the year 1846, ............ 2 s s Notes, Cycles, Equinoxes, &c.; Movable Feasts, Eclipses, &c. Calendars for the several Months of 1846, . . . . . . . . . 3 to 14?

Calculations for the several latitudes of Boston, New-York city, Baltimore and

Charleston; Moon's Phases, &c. Anecdotes, &c. on each page.
Government of the United States-

Executive, Judiciary, and Senate, . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
House of Representatives,
esentatives, .

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. . . . . . . . . . 16 SThe Tariff Question, ... . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 to 213 {The Postage Reform, . . . . . . . , . . . . . . . 21 to 22

{ Rates of Postage and Mail Regulations by the act of 1844. i SThe Necessity for Protection, . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 to

American Railroads, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
{ Length-Cost-Income.

Estimate of Crops in the several States for 1844, . ......
SMap of Oregon, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Oregon-Our Rightful North-Western Boundary,. . . . . . 29
What constitutes Texas ?-Its Western Boundary, . . . . . 42 S
Map of Texas,. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 3
The Boundaries of the United States, . . . . . . . . . . 45 to 55)
Joint Resolution for Annexing Texas to the United States, . . 55 to 563
Governors of States and Territories, . . . . . . . . . . 56
Election Returns—By States, Congressional Districts and Counties, 57 to 628
Popular Vote for President in 1844, .......... 62
{Times of holding Elections, ...........· · 62
A Word to our Friends, inimiiniriiiiiiniinos

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PREPARED EXPRESSLY FOR THE WHIG ALMANAC, BY DAVID YOUNG, PHILOM., OF HANOVER

NECK, MORRIS COUNTY, NEW JERSEY.

CUSTOMARY NOTES, ETC. FOR THE YEAR 1846. Venus (9) will be Evening Star until March 20, Latitude of Herschel, (H) about 41' south this year. then Morning Star until December 15th, then Longitude of the Moon's Ascending (0) in the Evening Star until October 30, 1847.

middle of this year, 7 signs, and 4 degrees. The Moon will run highest, this year, about the Mean obliquity of the Ecliptic in the middle of this (22d degree of (11) Gemini, and lowest about the year, 230 27' 33.5''. True obliquity, same time, 5220 degree of () Sagittarius.

230 27' 25.3."

CHRONOLOGICAL CYCLES. Dominical Letter....

D. Solar Cycle..... Golden Number, or Lunar Cycle ...

4 Roman Indiction .... Epact, or Moon's age January 1st ....

3 Year of the Julian Period ....

MOVABLE FEASTS. Easter Sunday ....

. April 12 Whit-Sunday (Pentecost)................May 31 Rogation Sunday..... ..May 17 Trinity Sunday....

.......June 7 (Ascension Day ......May 21 Advent Sunday ....

.......Nov. 29 EQUINOXES AND SOLSTICES.

D. H. M. Autumnal Equinox, September ..23 5 34 morn. Vernal Equinox, March..... .....20 6 50 even. Winter Solstice De

n. Winter Solstice, December ......21 11 16 even. SSummer Solstice, June..........21 3 36 even. I

ECLIPSES IN THE YEAR 1846. There will be two Eclipses only this year, and both of the Sun.

I. On the 25th of April the Sun will be visibly eelipsed on the southern limb. Let M. signify) morning, and E. evening :

Beginning. Greatest Eclipse. I End. Duration. Magnitude Principal Cities.

H. M.
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) This Eclipse will be visible throughout the United States, excepting the north-western corner of) the Oregon Territory; also throughout Mexico, Texas, West Indies, Great Britain, Ireland and Iceland; together with the southern part of Greenland, the northern part of South America, and the western parts of Europe and Africa. It will be central and annular on the meridian in latitude 2595 )21' North, and longitude 740 31' West from Greenwich, or 300 West from the meridian of New York. Magnitude at London, 3.32 digits.

II. There will be an Eclipse of the Sun on the 20th of October, at the time of New Moon in the morning, invisible in America. This Eclipse will be visible through the greater part of Africa and of Australia. The Central Eclipse (which will be annular) will commence in Africa in latitude 6° 44' North, and longitude 0° 32' West from Greenwich, and terminate in Australia in latitude 230 51 South, and longitude 126° 5' East. In its progress it will cross the Northern part of Madagascar, and ) be central and annular on the meridian in latitude 190 22 South, and longitude 580 41 East from Greenwich. Magnitude of the Eclipse at the Cape of Good Hope, 1.69 digit on the Sun's southern limb.

Sun's declination S.

Calendar for

Calendar for

Calendar for li Calendar for
| New-York City; || Baltimore; Charleston,
E New England, New-Connecticut, N. Jersey, Virginia, Ken-North Carolina, Ten-i

York State, Mich.Pennsylvania, Ohio,|| tucky of Mis-l nessee, Georgia, Ala.
Wisconsin f Iowa. | Indiana f. Illinois. Il souri.

Mississippi f. La. :
Sun Sun Moon H. w. SunSunMoon H. w. Sun, Sun Moon Sun Sun Moon H. w.l:
rises sets. sets. Bostn rises sets. sets. N. Y.rises sets. sets. I rises sets. sets. Ch'n.

New Moon .......27 Third Quarter ....20 Full Moon........12 (First Quarter ..

MOON'S PHASES.

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Marry not a man who is in the habit of running after all the girls in the country, because his affecgtrained, can instigate him. The state of that man who regards not his own ideas of right and wrongs have dethroned reason, and he is prepared to commit every crime to which an evil nature, unre.

Marry not a man whose actions do not correspond with his his sentiments, because the passions » Marry not a man who makes promises which he never performs, because you can never trust him.

Marry not a gambler, a tippler, or a frequenter of taverns, because ho who has no regard for him.

RULES FOR LADIES.—Marry not a profane man, because the depravity of his heart will corrupt) 7 Day of Month.T-6267 2000 OESTELSE { Day of Week. | EBAZEBEECHAZEBETETA ZEBE ÉS AZEBECAS

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Marry not a woman who is in the daily habit of slandering her neighbors, and giving ear to all the
Marry not a woman who is fond of spinning street-yarn, because such a woman will not make

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* Marry not a woman who is a lady and proud, because she will be eternally scolding if she does not)
(Such a woman would keep a man poor all the days of his life.
RULES FOR GENTLEMEN.-Marry not a woman who cannot make a shirt or cook a man's victuals.

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