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George A. Hartman, Mo.

Ontario.
Westfield.

Benjamin Sabins, M.
William Cole, M.

Seth Madison, M. ** Northfield.

Daniel Lyon, P. Elias Price.

Palmyra.

Francis Pomroy, P.
SENECA COUNTY.

Alfred E. Campbell, P.
Waterloo.

Jonathan Huetis, M.
Aaron D. Lane, P.

Port Baya
Covert.

William Clark, P.
John C. Holt, B.

William Jewett, M.
James Fiske, B.

Caleb Mills, M.
Lodi.

Sodus.
Miller, B.

Jesse Townsend, P.
Ovid.

Sebi Norton, B.
Edward Hodge, B.

Mark Johnson, M. Asa Bennet, D. R.

Reuben Hubbard, E, Amos G. Baldwin, E.

Williamson.
Thomas Lounsbury, P. M. Allen, P.
Romulus.

Joseph Tompkinson, M.
John Caton, B.
John Brown, B.

WESTCHESTER COUNTX.
Morris Bartow, P.

Bedford.

J. Green, P.
WAYNE COUNTY

E. Fountain, B.
Arcadia.

S. Nicholls, E.
Petor Kanouse, P.

Greenburgh.
John B. Olvardson, M. David Remnington, P.
Roger Benton, M.

Thos. G. Smith, D. R,
Butler.

New-Rochelle.
- Hosford, B.

George Stebbins, P.
· Carpenter, B.

Peekskill.
Galen.

Israei Hamond, P.
B. Foster Pratt, P.

Rye.
Elisha Blakeman, B.

William H. Whittemore, P.
Lyons.

Somers.
Lucius Hubbell, P.

Griffith H. Griffiths, P. William Jones, M.

Sing Sing.
Lawrence Riley, M.

Jonathan Dickerson, P.
Marion.

South Salem.
Jacob Burbanks, P.

Stephen Saunders, P.
Eliadah Blakesley, B.

While Plains.
Macedon.

Chester Lung, P.
Henry Davis, B.

Yorktown.

Richard Wynkoop, P. The Publisher is reluctantly compelled to omit any further notice of the GLERGY, together with much other useful information, which formed a part of the original plan, as it has become absolutely necessary that the work should be no longer protracted.

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UNITED STATES CALENDAR. 1830. ANDREW JACKSON, of Tennessee, President of the United States. Inaugu

rated March 4th, 1823 holds his office for four years. Salary, $25,000. JOHN C. CALHOUN, of South Carolina, Vice President. Re-elected March 4th, 1829: holds his office for four years. Salary $5,000.

DEPARTMENT OF STATE. Appointed.

Salary. 1829 Martin Van Beuren, New-York, Secretary,

6,000 Daniel Brent,

Virginia,
Chief Clerk,

2,000 Patent Office. The Secretary of State bas the control of this office. 1829 John D. Craig,

Ohio,

Superintendent, 1,500 TREASURY DEPARTMENT. 1829 Samuel D. Ingham, Pennsylvania, Secretary,

6,000 Asbury Dickens,

North Carolina, Chief Clerk, 2,000 1329 Joseph Anderson,

Tennessee,
1st Comptroller,

3,000
John Laub,
Pennsylvania, Chief Clerk,

1,700 1829 Isaac Hill, New Hampshire, 2d Comptroller,

3,000 Enoch Reynolds,

Connecticut,
• Chief Clerk,

1,700 Richard Harrison, Maryland,

1st Auditor,

3,000 William Parker,

Washington,
Chief Clerk,

1,700 1829 Willian B. Lewis,

Tennessee,
2d Auditor,

3,000 James Eakin,

New Jersey,
Chief Clerk,

1,700
Peter Hagner,
Pennsylvania, 3d Auditor,

3,000 James Thompson, Maryland,

Chief Clerk, 1829 Amos Kendal,

Kentucky,
4th Auditor,

3,000 Thomas H. Gillis, Maryland,

Chief Clerk,

1,700 Stephen Pleasunton, Delaware,

5th Auditor,

3,000 Thomas Mustin,

Virginia,
Chief Clerk,

1,700 1829 Thomas L. Smith, New-York,

Register,

3,000 Michael Nourse, Virginia,

Chief Clerk,
John Campbell,

Virginia,
Treasurer,

3,000
Thomas B. Dashiel, Maryland, Chief Clerk,
George Graham,

Virginia, Com of Gen. Land Office, 3,000
John M. Moore,
Pennsylvania, Chief Clerk,

1,700 WAR DEPARTMENT. 9823 John H. Eaton,

Tennessee,
Secretary,

6,008 " Philip G. Randolph, Virginia, Chief Clerk,

2,000 NAVY DEPARTMENT. 4.829 John Branch, North Carolina, Secretary.

6,000 1 James W. Clark,

do.
Chief Clerk,

3,00€ GENERAL POST-OFFICE. 1829: William T. Barry, Kentucky, Post-Master General, 6,000

Charles K. Gardner, New-York, 1st Assistant,
Selah R. Hobbie,

do.

2d Assistant, Obadiah B. Brown, New Jersey, Chief Clerk, MINT.-Established,

in 1792, at Philadelphia.
1824 Samuel Moore, of Philadelphia, Director,
James Bush,

Treasurer,
Adam Eckfeldt, do. Chief Coiner,
Joseph Richardson,

do. Assayer,
Joseph Cloud,

do. Melter and Refiner,
William Kneass, do. Engraver,
George Ehrenzeller, do. Ereasurer's Clerk

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21st Congress.- 1st Session.

UNITED STATES SENATE.
John C. Calhoun, South Carolina, President of the Senate.
Samuel Smith, Maryland, President pro tem.
Walter Lowrie, Pennsylvania, Secretary.
Rev. H. V. D. Johns, Chaplain.
Maine.

North Carolina.
Access.
Exit. Access.

Exit. 1829 John Holmes, 1833 1829 James Iredeii,

1831 .1829 Peleg Sprague, 1835 1829 Bedford Brown,

1836 New Hampshire.

South Carolina 1829 Samuel Bell, 1835 1829 Robert Y. Hayne,

1835 1825 Levi Woodbury, 1831 1826 William Smith,

1831 Vermont.

Georgia. 1825 Dudley Chase, 1831 1829 George M. Troup,

1835 1827 Horatio Seymour, 1833 1829 John Forsyth,

1831 Massachusetts.

Kentucky. 1829 Nathaniel Silsbee, 1835 1829 George M. Bibb,

1835 1827 Daniel Webster, 1833 1825 John Rowan,

1831 Rhode Island.

Tennessee. 1829 Nehemiah R. Knight, 1835 1829 Hugh L. White,

1835 1827 Asher Robbins, 1833 1829 Felix Grundy,

1833 Connecticut.

Ohio. 1827 Samuel A. Foot, 1833 1829 Jacob Burnet,

1831 1825 Calvin Willey, 1831 1827 Benjamin Ruggles,

1833 New York.

Louisiana. 1829 Charles E. Dudley, 1833 1825 Josiab J. Johnston,

1831 1826 Nathan Sanford, 1831 1829 Edward Livingston,

1835 Nero-Jersey.

Indiana 1829 Mahlon Dickerson, 1833 1825 William Hendricks,

1831 1829 Theodore Frelioghuysen, 1835 1827 James Noble,

1833 Pennsylvania.

Missu sippi. 1827 Isaac D. Barnard, 1833 1827 Powhattan Ellis,

1833 1825 William Marks, 183) 1829 Thomas B. Reed,*

1835 Delaware.

Illinois. 1829 John M. Clayton, 1835 1825 Elias Kent Kane,

1831 Vacant, 1833 1829 Job M'Lean,

1835 Maryland.

Alabama. 1826 Ezekiel F. Chambers, 1831 1826 John M'Kinley,

1831, 1827 Samuel Smith, 1833 1829 William R. King,

1835 Virginia.

Missouri. 1829 Littleton W. Tazewell, 1835 1825 David Barton,

1831 1827 John Tyler, 1833 1827 Thomas H. Bepton,

1833 STANDING COMMITTEES OF THE SENATE,

Appointed December 9th, 1829 On Foreign Relations. -Mr. Tazewell, Mr. Santord, Mr. White, Mr. Bell, and Mr. King.

On Finance.-Mr. Smith, of Md., Mr. Smith, of S. C., Mr. Silsbee, Mr. King, and Mr. Johnston.

On Commerce.--Mr. Woodbury, Mr. Johnston, Mr. Silsbee, Mr. Sanford, and Mr. Forsyth.

On Manufactures.Mr. Dickerson, Mr Ruggles, Mr. Knight, Mr. Seymour, and Mr. Bibb.

On Agriculture. -Mr. Marks, Mr. Willey, Mr Noble, Mr. M'Lean, and Mr. Seymour.

On Mildary Affairs.-Mr. Benton, Mr. Bernard, Mr. Troup, Mr. Hendricks, an) Mr. Livingston.

On the Militia.-Mr. Barnard, Mr. Tyler, Mr. Clayton, Mr. Dudley, and Mr. Noble.

* Thomas B. Reed died at Lexington, Ky., Nov. 26, 1823, on his way to Wash: ington.

On Naval Afalts.-Mr. Hayne, Mr. Tazewell, Mr. Robbins, Mr. Woodbury, and Mr. Webster.

On Public Lands.-Mr. Barton, Mr. Livingston, Mr. Kane, Mr. Ellis, and Mr. M'Kinley

On Private Land Claims.-Mr. Kane, Mr. Barton, Mr. Barnard, Ms. Grundy, and Mr. Sprague.

On Indian Affairs.--Mr. White, Mr. Troup, Mr. Hendricks, Mr. Dudley, and Mr. Benton.

On Claims - Mr. Ruggles, Mr. Bell, Mr. Chase, Mr Foot, and Mr. M'Lean.

Ou the Judiciary.--Mr. Rowan, Mr. M'Kinley, Mr. Webster, Mr. Hayne, and Mr. Frelingbuysen.

On the Post Office and Post Rouds.Mr. Bibb, Mr. Burnet, Mr. Forsyth, Mr. Ellis, and Mr. Seymour.

On Pensions.-Mr. Foot, Mr. Holmes, Mr. Marks, Mr. Chase, and Mr. Chanbers.

On the District of Columbia.-Mr. Chambers, Mr. Tyler, Mr. Holmes, MM Clayton, and Mr. Sprague. on the Contingent Fund.-Mr. Iredell and Mr. Knight. On Engrossed Bills.--Mr. Marks, Mr. Willey, and Mr. Grundy.

The following Select Committees were, on motion, appointed:On Roads and Canals.-Mr. Hendricks, Mr. Tyler, My Webster, Mr. Dudley, and Mr. Ruggles.

On the State of the Current Coins.-Mr. Sanford, Mr. Dickerson, Mr. Living ston, Mr. Iredell, and Mr. Tazewell.

Mountjoy Bailey, Sergeant at Arms.
Henry Tims, Door Keeper.

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
Andrew Stevenson, Virginia, Speaker.
Matthew St. Clair Clark, Pennsylvania, Clerk.

Rev. Reuben l'ost, Chaplain.
Naine, 7. James L. Hodges, George Ficher,
Jobs Anderson,

Joseph G. Kendall, Thomas Maxwell,
Samuel Butman,
John Reed,

Robert Monell,
George Evans,

Joseph Richardson, Ebenezer F. Nortos..
Rufus M'Intire,
John Varnum.

Gershom Powers,
James W. Ripley,

Rhode Island, 2. Robert S. Rose,
Joseph F. Wingate,
Tristram Burgess,

Ambroise Spencer,
Vacant.
Dutee J. Pearce.

Henry R. Storrs,
New Hampshire, 6. Connecticut, 6. James Strong,
John Broadhead,
Noyes Barber,

John W. Taylor,
Thomas Chandler,

William W. Ellsworth, Phineas L. Tracy, Joseph Hammond, Jabez W Huntington, Gulian C. Verplanck, Jonathan Harvey, Ralph I. Ingersol, Campbell P. White, Henry Hubbard, William L Storrs, Jebiel H. Halsey, John W. Weeks. Ebenezer Young Joseph Hawkins, Vermont, 5.

New-York, 34. Michael Hoffman,
William Caboone, William G. Angel,

Perkins King,
Horace Everett,
Benedict Arnold,

James W. Lent,
Jonathan Hunt,
Thomas Beekman,

John M. Magee,
Rollin C. Mallory,
Abraham Bockee,

Henry C. Martindale:
Benjamin Swift.
Peter J. Borst,

New Jersey, 6.
Massachusetts, 13. Churchill C. Cambreling, Lewis Condit,
John Bailey,

Timothy Childs, Richard M. Cooper,
Isaac C. Bates,

Henry B. Cowles, Thomas H. Hughes Benj. W. Crownipshield, Hector Craig,

Isaac Pierson,
John Davis,

Jacob Crocheron, James F. Randolph,
Henry W. Dwight, Charles G. Dewitt, Samuel Swan.
Edward Everett,
John D. Dickinson,

Pennsylvania, la
Benjamin Gorham, Jonas Earll, Jr.

James Buchanan,
George Gtergell, Jr.
Isaac Finch,

Richard Coulter,

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Thomas H. Crawford, Thomas Newton, (Joseph H Crane,
Harmar Deony, John Roane,

William Creighton, Jr.
Joshua Evans,
Alexander Smyth,

James Findlay,
James Ford,
Andrew Stevenson,

John M. Goodenow,
Chauncey Forward,
John Taliafero,

William W. Irwin,
Joseph Fry, Jr.
James Trezevant,

William Kennon,
John Gilmore,

North Carolina, 13.

William Russel,
lonis Green,
Willis Alstoo,

James Shields,
Joseph Hemphill,
Daniel L. Barringer,

William Stanberry,
Peter Ihrie, Jr.
Samuel P. Carson,

Jobn Thompson,
Thomas Irwin,

Henry W. Conner, Joseph Vance, Adam King,

Edmund Deherry,

Samuel F. Vinton,
George G. Leiper,

Edward B. Dudley, Elisha Whittlesey.
Daniel H. Miller,
Thomas li. Hall,

Tennessee, 9.
William Mc.Creery, Robert Potter,

John Bell,
H. A. Muhlenburgh, Augustine H. Shepherd, Jobn Blair,
Allen Marr,
Abraham Rencher,

David Crockett,
William Ramsay,

William B. Shepard, Robert Desha,
John Scott
Jesse Speight,

Jacob C. Isaacs,
Thomas H. Sill,
Lewis Williams.

Cave Johnson,
Samuel A. Smith,

South Carolina, 9.

Prior Lea, Philander Stephens, Robert W. Barnwell,

John K. Polk, John B. Sterigere, James Blair,

James Standifer.
Joel B. Sutherland. John Campbell,

Indiana, 3.
Delaware, 1. Warren R. Davis,

Ratliff Boon,
Konsey Johns, Jr. William Drayton,

Jonathan Jennings,
Maryland, 9. George M'Duffie,

Jobn Test.
Elias Brown,
William D. Martin,

Louisiana, 3.
Clement Dorsey,

William T. Nuckolls, Henry H. Gurley,
Benjamin C. Howard, Starling Tucker.

Walter H, Overton,
George E. Mitchell,

Geargia, 7. Edward D. White.
Benedict I. Semmes,
Thomas H. Foster,

Alabama,

3.
Richard Spencer,

Charles E. Haynes, R.E. B. Baylor,
Michael C. Sprigg, Henry G. Lamar, C.C. Clay,
George C. Washington, Wilson Lumpkin,

Dixon H. Lewis.
Ephraim King Wilson. Wiley Thompson,

Illinois.
Virginia, 22.
James M. Wayne,

Joseph Dunean.
Mark Alexander, Richard H. Wilde,

Missouri.
Robert Allen,

Kentucky, 12. Spencer Pettis.
William S. Archer, Thomas Chilton,

Mississippi.
William Armstrong, James Clarke,

Thomas Hinds.
John S. Barbour,
N. D. Coleman,

Territorial Delegates.
Philip P. Barbour, Henry Daniel,

Michigan.
Thomas T. Bouldin, Nathan Gaither,

Jobn Biddle.
Nathaniel H. Claiborne, Richard M. Johnson,

Arkansas.
Richard Coke, Jr. John Kincaid,

Ambrose H. Sevier.
Robert B. Craig,
Joseph Lecompte,

Florida.
Thomas Davenport,

Robert P. Letcher, Joseph M. White.
Philip Doddridge,

Chittenden Lyon,
William F. Gordon, Charles A. Wickliffe, Representatives, 213
Lewis Maxwell,
Joel Yancey.

Delegates,

3
Charles F. Mercer,
William M'Coy,
Mordecai Bartley,

216 STANDING COMMITTEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

on Elections. -Messrs. Alston, Tucker, Clairborne, Randolph, Johnson, of Ten., Beekman, and Coleman.

on Ways and Means.-Messrs. M'Duffie, Verplanck, Dwight, Smyth, of Va., Ingersoll, Gilmore and Overton.

On Claims.-Messrs. Whittlesey, Barber, of Con., M'Intire, Ramsey, Lea, Lent, and Crane.

On Commerce.- Messrs. Cambreling, Newton, Gorbam, Harvey, Sutherland,
Howard, and Wayne.

Ohio, 14.

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