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TENNESSEE.

CONGRESS-1849.
GOVERNOR-1849--CONGRESS.

Whig.
GOVERNOR-1849.

Loco.

| 1 Taylor.....5060 Jolin-on....6063 Whig. Loco. Whig. Loco.

Il'hig. Loco.

Campbell... 401
Districts.
Quit. Brad. Thomp Counties. Brown. Trousdale.

Watkins...8025
Lea. man. ford

Cocke.....4963
son.

EAST TENNESSEE. Tiprah .....1001 1674.. 1051

3 Anderson .7256 Lyon.......* 1630 Tislemingo. 734 1432.. 762 1288 1499 769 160o Anderson..

661 ...... 354 4 Rugers....1233 Sarage... ..471.) Marshall....1261 1477.. 1900

Bled-oe...

290
1450
517 ...

Tu ney.....17
Bradley ...

722.

991

5 No reg. oppos. Jones* ....17 De Soto .... 918 956.. 929

Blonint.
1108

6 Buchanan 4302 Thomas....61.), Panola ..... 535.. 580

527 Claiborne..

670

9261

7 Gentry.....5706 Noreg. oppost Tunica...... 23 33.. 26 30 Cerke

871

2018 Cullom....4-16 Ewiny .....4-91 Latayette ... 622 840.. 651 799 Campbell.

426

512 9 Mors.....4302 1. G. Harris , Pontotoc ... 785 1235.. 826 1195 Carter.....

697

265 10 J.W.Harris747 Stanton..... 23 Itawamba... 593 1318.. 676 1246 Grainger .. 1101

620 11 Willians..924 No opposto Greene ....

1927

072 * We count in the Trousdale wote Total ....... 520 9502 6801 9190 Hawking ..... . 1113

1349

of Bedford Co. for Jones, as we liar Hamilton ..

750

601

no Congress votes from there. The 1571

309 ris, elsion.

returns from the other District Johnson...

404 Monroe .... 756 1224.. 816 1174

perfectly complete. Knox

2186 Chickasaw.. 824 1134.. 826 1136 Meive"

| Bailey, Loco, had 265 votes 19 Yalobusha .. 749 1008., 789 962 McMinn...

1037

Cannon Co. to 467 for Gentry, Tallahatchie. 223 255.. 229 251 Monroe ...

913 1010 Coahoma ... 184 149..

WISCONSIN. 185 114 Morgan...

215

203
Marion
517

GOVERNOR-1811. Sunflower .. 52 73.. 54 57 Polk.

297
540

Collins, Dewey, Chase, Carroll...... 810 ,859 Roane..

936

Counties. Whir L. F. FS. Choctaw.... 713 937.. 743

Riiea.....

292

355

Brown ...... 115 216

8:35 Oktibbeha .. 370

93
Sevier......
472.. 383
Sullisan....

1490

Crawford, &c. 32 362 ...

155 773.. 736 Lowndes... 631

Washington

1203

Calumet ..... 117 135
Noxubee ... 518 589.. 532 569

Columbia.... 432 410
MIDDLE TENNESSEE.

Dane ........ 753 661
Total .......5761 7563 6103 7190 Bedford ...

1310

1474

Dodge ...... 714 1255
Cotlee.....

319 .... 109
McWil

Fond-du-Lac. 339

039 Cannon.....

431. 872
111.
Gray. lie.

Grant ........1103 1030
Dickson...

312
Attala .....
573 742 Dekalb...

690

Green ....... 324 Winston .... 268 616.. 451 418 Davidson..

2217

1919

lowa, &c..... 655 698 Holmes..... 578 583.. 591 577 Fentres

125

457 Jefferson .... 619 887 Washington 92 80.. 97 71 Franklin ...

352

1200 Lafayette.... 416 10.14 Issaquena... 102 99.. 108 79 Giley ....

1:31

1434 Milw'kee cy. 5.28 1577 Yazoo....... 508 531.. 529 514 Hickman ..

255
991

co. 190 389 Madison .... 557 509.. 551 498 | Hardin....

577

783 Manitowoc. 52 236 396.. Leake ...... 291 318 561 Humplireys

278

511

Marquette ... 247 233
Nesboba.... 237 317.. 246 3101

Jackson...
1080

Portage ..... m. 17
Lincoln

665

2175 Lauderdale. 371 778.. 414

Racine ......1716 761
Lawrence.

640

662 Kemper .... 415 739.. 458

Rock ........1163 683

1405 Newton..... .

206 314
Maury ........

1375

1912 Sank......... 226 Scott........ 128 S24.. 147 322 Montgomery.... 1069

953

Sheboygan .. 322 637 Rankin ..... 311 461.. 334 414 Overton ....

371

1262 St. Croix, &c. m. 75 Hinds ......1014 875.. 1033 843 Rutherford ....... 1416 1331 Walworth... 667 6-16 Warren..... 721 528.. 765 477 Robertson.......

477

1165

920 Wukesha... 699 1319 Sunner ...

2100 Washin ston, 03 1610 80 Total .......5595 6836.. 6829 7406 Smith .......... 2083 782 Winnebago.. 333 318

Stewart ...

554 IV. Winans. Brown. Van Buren

138

Total .......11131 16804 Clarke..... 160 439.. 137 435 Wlute.....

970 Jasper..... 510.. 261 490 Warren ...

393

Dewey over all, 1,932
Smith....... 452.. 117 430 Wilson..... ...... 2160 ..
Simpson.... 285.. 176 299 Wayne ....

663

VIRGINIA. Copiah ..... 753..

oos Williamson....... 1688 ... 354

CONGRESS-1949. Adams...... 418.. 472 4121

WEST TENNESSEE.

TV hig.

Loco. Claiborne... 385 393.. 392

Benton .... .... 318 ...... 454 1 Watts, 2353 Millson, 2730 Jefferson ... 342 320.. 327

320
Carroll...

1423 ..... 516 5 Gorgin, 3029 Powell, 3199 Franklin .... 215 290.. 211

280 Decatur..

391 ...

287 6 Botts, 2033 Seddon, 2211 Lawrence .. 632..

632
Dyer......

414

321

Lee, S17 Covington.. 31..

327 Fayette ..

1064 .. 1046

8 Forbes. 2078 Holladav, 24617 Jones....... 12 207.. 197 Gibson ....

1417 .....

13 ............ McMullin, 10 Wavne .....

80 Henry..... Green .....

170 Hardeman.

637 ...
1035

...... George, 2153 Perry....... 136 Henderson.. 1113

14 McCo-4094 Beale, 4319 Marion .....

757

619

294 Lauderdale ..

288 Pike ........ 529.. 97 561

Madison...

1316
721

son."
mond, 300

} 2817 Amite ......: 350.. 244

McNairy...

958

925 Wilkinson.. 414 352.. 375

Our returns are incomplete in

405 Hancock.... 93 282 Perry ....

410

98; the remaining Districis. The Harrison.... 142 358 Shelby ....

1453

election in the XVth District Jackson..... 20 317.. 28 317 Tipton ....

323 .. 511 was to fill the vacancy create

1031 by the deceuse of A. Newman, Total .......3829 7078 3820 7980

Loco, who was elected in April

Total.............60350 61710 by a small majority over C.W. Grand total 21706 30979 23553 31766 Majority for Trougdale, 1,390. Russell, Esq., Whig.

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LOUISIANA.

MICHIGAN.

Counties. Littlejohn. Barry.

Macomb.......... 748.... 1176 GOVERNOR-1849—CONGRESS.

GOVERNOR--1849. Monroe........... 611.... 888 Declou. Walk-Jack La

Counties. Littlejohn, Barry, Oakland ..........1976.... 2481 Dist. & Parishes. et, er, son, Sere,

F.S. & W. Hunker. Ontonagon...

... m. 10 1. Whic. L.F. Whig. LF Allegan.....

.... 100 Ottawa...

105.... 297 First Munic'y*.1941 1763..1677 2011 BA

311.... 458 Saginaw....

... m 75 huird Munc' y*. 733869.. 037 881 | Berrien..... ..... 608.... 395 St. Clair ...... 521.... 734 Plaquemines... 199 401.. 195 403

Branch ..... . 696.... 1075 St. Joseph ...... 859.... 1044 St. Bernard.... 127 117.m. 10

Calhoun ....

..1430.... 1957 Shiawassee..... ... m.100 Cass..

...m. 250 Van Buren........ 394.... 478 Total ..........3056 3154..2569 3295

Chippewa..

58.... 40 Washtenaw......2006.... 1874 Conrad, BeatClinton.....

....m. 28 Wayne proper.... 981.... 1270 II.

Wbig ty. Eaton ...... Second Muni

.... 464.... 452 Detroit City ...... 713.... 1079 2491..2232 2408 Genesee..... 937.... 755 cipality* ... Algiers* ....... 66 189.. 63 189

Hillsdale .........1075.... 1260 Total............ 19865....24777
Ingham......

....m. 29 Ascension ..... 302 302.. 302 295

Ionia ........ 619.... 590.

"5001 OHIO.-Election for a Leg. Assumption.... 514 401.. 436 416

Jackson ........

110% islature, and also to fill a vacancy in Jefferson....... 739 834.. 744 820

Kalamazoo

19 the VIth

.... 819.... 81311 Lafourche }

(Seneca) Congressional .634 135.. 605 159 Kent.

District. Amos E. Wood, Loco, met Interiors

..... 616.... 741

with no opposition from the Whigs. Lapeer ......

50.m. 80 St. Charles..... 130

...m. 100 The

The vote for a Convention is 145.698,

Lenawee.... 1794.... 1928 against 51.161. St. James...... 320 157.. 316 143

Number of votes Livingston...

...m.400 anst for Representatives, 235,370. St. John the 27 182. m. 87 Mackinaw..... Vote rep. close. Majority for a Convention, 56,026.

Baptist ..):
Terrebonne.... 339 200.. 344 192

NEW STATES AND TERRITORIES.
Total ..........5659 4941..5259 4622 OREGON.-The election in this Territory took place on the 4th of June,

Harman- but the result cannot be regarded as a test of parties, the Whigs permitting
III.

Stewart, son, the election to go by default, without bringing out a candidate-Samuel R.
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Whig. L.F. Thurston (1.co) receiving almost a majority over all the candidates in the

ix. L.F. Avoyelles...... 294 439..

field for Delegate to Congress. Carroll ........ 246 294.. 262 279 J. W. Nesmith, whig .........106 Thurston, Loco ............470 Catahoula......301 439.. 288 4261 Total Loco vote, 837; do. maj., C. Lancaster, " .............321 Concordia ..... 14297.. 133 99 731: or all others over Thurston, 3. Meek & Griffin, "..

The Legislature of the Territory asembled at Oregon City on the 16th E. Baton Rouge 361 438.. 352 424

of July, and organized by tlie election of Samuel Parker, President of the E. Feliciana... 328 398.. 327 387

Council, and A. L. Lovejoy, Speaker of the House; and on the 28th of the Franklin ....... 114 181. m. 43

same month it adjourned over to the 20th of August, after the adoption of Iberville ....... 396 331.m. 65

a memorial to Congress upon various subjects connected with the interests Livingston..... 1418 233.. m. 76 of the Territor

of the Territory, such as the granting of land to immigrants, &c. John P. Madison ....... 227 22)..m. 6 Gaines, of Kentucky, succeeds Gen. Lane as Governor; Gen. E, Haminond, Pointe Coupée. 265 380.. m. 104 of Ohio, is his Secretary: ard William Strong, U. S. Judge. St. Helena.....

150 240.. 184 199 MINNESOTA.- Henry H. Sibley (Loco) was elected on the 1st of AuSt. Tammany .. 271 288.. 283 268 gusta Delegate to Congress without opposition) along with the first TerTensas ........ 133 135.. 136 131 ritorial Legislature, but, as party lines were not rawn at this election, no Washington ... 95 301.. 147 251

estimate as to the political allinities of the Territorial legislators can be W.Baton Rouge 79 m. m. 78

made. It was in session two months and transacted much important busi

ness. David Olmsted was President of the Council, and Jos. W. Furber, W. Feliciana... 177 244.. m. 53

Speaker of the House. The Territorial Government is composed of Alex

ander Ramsey, Governor; Charles K. Smith, Secretary; Aaron Goodrich, Total ..........3618 4557..2266 2140 Chief Justice: Duvid Cooner. B. B. Meeker. Associate Judges; Joshua L.

Ogden, Morse, Tavlor. U S. Marshal; Henry L. Moss, U.S. Attorney. Beside these offiIV.

Why cers (appointees of the President), the Governor has appointed the follow. Bienville ......

20. 122 216 ing:-Lorenzo A. Babcock, of Denton Co., Attomer-General; Jonathan E. Bossier..... 116 243.. m. 90 McKusick, of Washington Co., to be Auditor of Public Accounts; Calvin Caddo ......... 287 319.. 298 341 A. Tuttle, of Ramsey Co., Territorial Treasurer. On the 11th of June a Caldwell ...... 72 147.. m. 65 census was taken of the Territory, when it was found there was a white Calcasieu ..... 84 231.. 74 235 | population of 4,680, exclusive of soldiers at the military posts, and the imClaiborne.... 204 413.. 234 393 migration since that time has been at least equal to this estimate. The in DeSoto .......

188 313. m. 50dians have a population of 25,000. The Legislature bave memorialized Jackson .......

101 963 m o Congress for the purchase of the Sioux lands west of the Mississippi. The Lafayette ...... 200

981
281.. 137
197 398 Territory covers a vast extent of land (166,000 square miles), sufficient to
326

make four or five States when sufficiently populated. Morehouse .... 196 132.. 194 135

STATE OF DESERET.-- This new applicant for admission into the Natchitoches... 337 521.. 347 575

Union-situated in the Valley of the Great Salt Lake, embracing what is Ouachita ....... 161 218.. 172 110 called the

110 called the Great Basin of North America-adopted quite a liberal ConstituRapides........ 325 534.. 388 521 tion on the 10th of March. Brigham Young was elected Governor; Heber Sabine ........ 245 272.. 254 263 C. Kimball, Lieut.-Governor; Wm. Richards, Secretary of State; Jos, S. St. Landry..... 999 517.. 928 515 Heywood, Treasurer. On the 5th of July the Legislature met in joint St. Martin ..... 563 219.. 456 338 session, and elected Almon W. Babbitt as a Delegate and Representative St. Mary ......

468 201.. 492 180 to Congress. The population is mostly composed of Mormona; they prefer Union .........

213 355. 285 343 a Stitte Government, and thus relieve the pation of great expense. If Vermillion..... 161 170.. 140 170

Congress ratifies the Constitution of Deseret, two Senators and a Repre. sentative will soon be chosen from there.

NEW MEXICO.-Incipient steps have been taken by the inhabitants of Total ..........5104 5735..4521 4996

this Territory for the formation of a civil government. At a Convention of Governor, 1845 - De Buy, Whig, 11, Delegates from the various counties, on the 28th of September, Hugi. N. 101 ; Johnson, 13,380. At the Presiden Smith (formerly a lawyer in Missoun) was chosen a Delegate to Congress. tin! election, the vote stood for Taylor, in Major Weightman received forur votes in the Convention. There are plen). the lot Municipality, 1,779: Cars, 1,401 - ty of inhabitants there to form a State, being over 106,000, but they prefer

Ad do.. Taylor. 2.805; Cass. 2,217-3d do., for a while a Territorial to a State Government. | Taylor, 886; Ciles, 761--Algiers, Taylor, STATE OF CALIFORNIA.--We have no returns yet of the election || 81 ; Cass, 200.

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CONTENTS.
Astronomical Calculations for the year 1851...

Morning and Evening Stars—the Seasons-Cycles-Movable Feasts-

Jewish and Mohammedan Calendars, &c.
Eclipses for 1851—the Planets, &c. ..........
Tide and Star Tables-Astronomical Characters, &c.......

....
Calendars for the several Months of 1851...

..

Government of the United States, Executive and Judicial......16

Senate of the United States. Members of, and Duration of Office. 16

House of Representatives, Members of.....

......................17

Mileage of XXX Ist Congress, 1st Session....

.....18, 19

Members elected to H. of Representatives, XXXIII Congress..20

Millard Fillmore, a Biographical Sketch....

.................21

Governments of Europe and America......

......22

Forms of Government-Capitals-Population-Square Miles-Names of

Rulers, &c.

Congress in 1850: a sketch of its doings.......................23, 24

Important Acts of the XXX Ist Congress, 1st Session...........25 to 39

Admission of California-The Texas Boundary-Organization of New

Mexico and Utah-Extending U.S. Laws and Judicial System to Cali-

fornia-Fugitive Slave Law - Abolishing Slave Trade in the District-

Bounty Land Bill, with Instructions and Forms, &c., &c.

Appropriations for ihe fiscal Year 1850–251...

...38, 39

Finances of the United States..............

Public Debt-Domestic Imports and Exports.

Population of Cities by Census of 1850 and 1840...............40

The Dead of 1850.......

....41, 42

Zachary Taylor-John C. Calhoun-R. M. Johnson-Robert Peel, &c.

Europe in 1850.....

Expenses of the Mexican War............................... 46

California in 1850.........

..........47, 48

Central America, Nicaragua, and the Ocean Ship.Canal.........49 to 519

Railroads in the United States.....

The Length of each Road, Fare and Rate per Mile.

Election Returns of the several States for 1850.....53 to 64

State Governments for 1850, Receipts, Expenses, &c..cover.

Importations under the Tariffs of '42 and 46........ do.

Exports, Imports, and Tonnage of the United States do.

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