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On Public Lands.-Messrs. Isaacs, Jennings, Duncan, Hunter, Potter, Irvia, of Ohio, and Clay.

On Post Office.—Messrs. Johnson, of Ken., Conner, Mageo, Hodges, Russel M'Creery, and Campbell.

On the District of Columbia.-Mesars. Powers, Allen, Washington, Varnun. Taliafero, Ibrie, and Semmes.

On the Judiciary.-Messrs. Buchanan, Wickliffe, Storrs, of N. Y., Davis, of S. C., Bouldin, Ellsworth, and White, of Lou.

On Revolutionary aims.-Messrs. Burges, Dickinson, Fry, Wingate, Goodenow, Young, and Brown.

On Public Expenditures.-Mesers. Hall, Davenport, of Va., Lyon, Maxwell, of N. Y., Spencer, of Ma., Thompson, of Ohio, and Norton.

On Private Land Claims.-Messrs. Gurley, Sterigere, Nuckolls, Pettis, Test, Foster, and Baylor.

On Manufactures.-Messrs. Mallory, Stanberry, Condict, Martin, Daniel, Irwin, of Penn., and Monell.

On Indian Affairs.-Messrs. Bell, Lumpkin, Hinds, Storrs, of Conn., Hubbard, Gaither, and Lewis.

On Foreign Afairs.--Messrs. Archer, Everett, of Mass., Taylor, Polk, Wild, Crawford, and Barnwell.

On Military Afairs.-Messrs. Drayton, Vance, Desba, Findlay, Blair, of S.C., Mitchell, and Speight.

On Naval Affairs.-Messrs. Hoffman, Crowninshield, Miller, Ripley, Carson, Dorsoy, and White, of N. Y.

On Agriculture.—Messrs. Spencer, of N. Y., Wilson, Rose, Smith, of Penn., Standifer, Deberry, and Chandler.

On the Torritories.-Messrs. Clark, of Ky., Green, Creighton, Armstrong, Angel, Cowles, and W. B. Sheppard.

On Military Pensions.-Messrs. Bates, Lecompte, Forward, Chilton, Hammons, Bockee, and Ford.

On Revisal and Unfinished Business.-Mossrs. Pearce, Reed, and Pearson. On Accounts.--Messrs. Halsey, Swan, and Broadhead. On Expenditures in the Department of State.—Messrs. Earll, Sill, and King, of N. Y. On Erpenditures of the Treasury.—Messrs. Lciper, Crocheron, and Kendall.

On Expenditures in the Department of War.-Messrs. Maxwell, of Va., Muhlenburgh, and Crockett.

On Expenditures in the Navy Department.—Messrs. A. H. Shepherd, Bartley and Evans, of Pend.

On Expenditures in the Post Office Department.-Messrs, Yancey, Borst, and Scott. On Etpenditures on the Public Buildings.-Messrs. Sprigg, Bailey, and Swift.

SELECT COMMITTEES. On Internal Improvements. --Messrs. Hemphill, Blair, of Tenn., Haynes, Letcher, Vinton, Craig, of Va., and Butman.

On the Militia. -Messrs. Thompson, of Goo., King, of Pen., Barringer, Weeks, Craig, of N. Y., Kincaid, and Cahoone.

on Retrenchment. --Messrs. Wickliffe, Coulter, Davis, of Mass., Lamar, Coke, Huntingdon, and Dewitt.

On the Census.--Messrs. Storrs, of N. Y., Crane, Johns, Everett, of Vt., Richard son, Boon, and Cooper.

On the Presidential Election.-Messrs. M'Duffie, Haynes, Carson, Lea, Mar tindale, Stephens, and Hughes.

John 0 Dunn, Sergeant at Arms.
Benjamin Bureh, Doorkeeper.
Overton Carr, Assistant Doorkeeper.

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list of the Presidents, Vice Presidents, Secretaries of State, Secretaries of the
Treasary, Secretaries of the War and Navy Departments, Post-Masters Gene-
Tal, Judges of the Supreme Court, Attorneys General, and Speakers of the
House of Representatives of the United States, from the organization of the

government in 1789 to the present time. Access.

PRESIDENTS. En 1789 George Washington, Vir. Born Feb. 11th 1732, died Dec. 14, 1799, aged 68.

1797 John Adams, Muss. Born Oct. 19th, 1735, died July 4th, 1826, aged 91, 1801 Thomas Jefferson, Vir. Born April 2d, 1743, died July 4th, 1826, aged 83. 1809 James Madison, Vir. Boro March 5th, 1751. 1817 James Monroe, Vir. Born April 20, 1750. so 1825 Jubn Quincy Adams. Born July 11th,

1767. 1829 Andrew Jackson. Born March 15th, 1767.

VICE PRESIDENTS.
Access.
1789 John Adams, Mass. Died July 4th, 1826.
1797 Thomas Jefferson, Vir. Died July 4th, 1826.
1801 Aaron Burr, N. Y.
1805 *George Clinton, N. Y. Died April 20th, 1812.
1813 *Elbridge Gerry, Mass. Died Nov. 230, 1814.
1817 Daniel P. Tompkins, N. Y.
1825 John C. Calhoun, s. C.

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Access.
Exit. Access.

Exit.
Secretaries of State.

1796 James M'Henry, Maryland, 1800 1789 Thomas Jefferson, Virginia, 1794 1800 Samuel Dexter, Mass. 1801 1794 Edmund Randolph, Virginia, 1795 1801 Roger Griswold, Connecticut, 1801 1795 Timothy Pickering, Penz. 1800 1801 Henry Dearborn, Mass. 1809 1800 John Marshall, Virginia, 1801 1809 William Eustis, Mass.

1813 1801 James Madison, Virginia, 1809 1813 Johd Armstrong, New-York, 1815 1809 Robert Smith, Maryland, 1811 1815 William H. Crawford, Geo. 1817 1811 James Monroe, Virginia, 1817 1817 Isaac Shelby, Kentucky, 1817 1817 John Q. Adams, Mass. 1825 1817 John C. Calhoun, S. Carolina, 1825 1825 Henry Clay, Kentucky,

1829 1825 James Barbour, Virginia, 1828 1829 Martin Van Buren, New-York. 1828 Peter B. Porter, New York, 1829 CHIEF JUSTICES OF THE SUPREME COURT.

Secretaries of the Treasury. 1829 John H. Eaton, Tennessee. Access.

Exit. Secretaries of the Navy. 1789 Alexander Hamilton, N. Y. 1795 Access.

Exit. 1795 Oliver Wolcott, Connecticut, 1801 1798 George Cabot, Mass.

1798 1801 Samuel Dexter, Massachusetts, 1802 1798 Benjamin Stoddard, Md.

1802 1802 Albert Gallatin, Pennsylvania, 1814 1802 Robert Smith, Maryland, 1805 1814 George W. Campbell, Ohio, 1814 1805 Jacob Crowninshield, Mass. 1809 1814 Alexander J. Dallas, Penn. 1817 809 Paul Hamilton, S. Carolina, 1818 1817 Willian H. Crawford, Georgia 1825 1313 William Jones, Pennsylvania, 1814 1825 Richard Rush, Pennsylvania, 1829 18!4 Benj. W. Crownins bield,

Mass. 1818 1829 Samuel D. Ingham, Pennsylvania. 1818 Smith Thompson, New York, 1823 Secretaries of War.

182 Samuel L. Southard, N.-Jer. 1829 Access.

Exit. 1829 John Branch, North Carolina. 1789 Henry Knox, Massachusetts, 1795 The Navy was a branch of the War 1795 Timothy Pickering, Penn. 1796 Department until 1798.

POST MASTERS GENERAL.
Access.
1789 Samuel Osgood, Massachusetts,
1791 Timothy Pickering, Pennsylvania,
1795 Joseph Habersham, Georgia,
1802 Gideon Granger, Connecticut,
1814 Return Jonathan Meigs, Ohio,
1823 John M'Lean, Ohio,

1829 William T. Barry,' Kentucky.
*Vice Presidents Clinton and Gerry died at Washington City.

Exit. 1791 1795 1802 1814 1823 1829

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1789 John Jay, Ner-York,
1796 William Cusbing, Massachusetts,
1796 Oliver Ellsworth, Connecticut,
1800 Jobo Jay, New-York,
1801 John Marshall, Virginia.

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1796
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1795

Associate Judges.
Access.

Exit: Access.

Exit. 1811 Joseph Story, Massachusetts. 1789 John Rutledge, S. Carolina. 1823 Smith Thompson, New York. William Cushing, Mass.

1826 Robert Trimble, Kintucky, 1893 " Robert H. Harrison, Maryland. 1829 John McLean, Ohio. " James Wilson, Pennsylvania. 1830 Henry Baldwin, Penn. " John Blair, Virginia,

1798 Access. Attorneys General. Exit 1790 James Iredell, N. Carolina, 1804 1789 Edmund Rundolph, Virginia, 1794 1791 Thomas Johnson, Maryland, 1796 1794 William Bradford, Penr. 1793 William Patterson, New York, 1807 1795 Charles Lee, Virginia,

1801 1796 Samuel Chase, Maryland, 1811 1801 Levi Lincoln, Massachusetts, 1805 1798 *Bushrod Washington, Va. 1829 1805 Robert Smith, Maryland,

1806 1804 William Johnson, S. Carolina, 1806 John Breckenridge, Kentucky, 1807 1807 Brockholst Livingston, N. Y. 1823 1807 Cæsar A. Rodney, Delaware, 1811

Thomas Todd, Kentucky, 1826 1811 William Pinckney, Maryland, 1814 1811 Levi Lincoln, Massachusetts, 1811 1814 Richard Rush, Pennsylvania, 1817 John Quincy Adams, Nase. 1811 1817 William Wirt, Virginia,

1829 Gabriel Duval, Maryland. 1829 John M. Berrien, Georgia.

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SPEAKERS OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. Access 1789 Frederick A. Muhlenburgh, Pennsylvania, 1st Congress at New-York. 1791 Jonathan Trumbull, Connecticut, 2d Congress at Philadelphia. 1793 Frederick A. Muhlenburgh, Pennsyloania, 3d Congress at do. 1795 Jonathan Dayton, New Jersey, 4th Congress at

do. 1797 Jonathan Dayton, New-Jersey, 5th Congress at

do. 1799 Theodore Sedgwick, Massachusetts, 6th Congress 1st session at do.

2d session at Washington, 1801 Nathaniel Macon, North Carolina, 7th Congress at 1803 Nathaniel Macon, North Carolina, 8th Congress at

do. 1805 Nathaniel Macon, North Caroling 9th Congress at

do. 1807 Joseph B. Varnum, Massachuset:s, 10th Congress at

do. 1809 Joseph B. Varnum, Massachusetis, 11th Congress at

do. 1811 Henry Clay, Kentreky, 12th Corgress at

de. 1813 Henry Clay, Kentucky, until Jasuary 7th, 1814, 13th Congress at

do. 1814 Langdon Cheves, South Carolira, for the remainder 13th Congress at do. 1815 Henry Clay, Kentucky, 14 Congress at

do. 1817 Henry Clay, Kentucky, 15th Congress at

do. 1819 Henry Clay, Kentucky, 1st session 16th Congress at

do. 1820 John W. Taylor, New-York, 2d session 16th Congress at

do. 1821 Philip P. Barbour, Virginia, 17th Cougress at 1823 Henry Clay, Kentucky, 18th Congress at

do. 1825 John W. Taylor, New-York, 19th Congress at

do. 1827 Andrew Stevenson, Virginia, 20th Congress at

do. 1829 Andrew Stevenson, Virginia, 21st Congress at

do. * Bushrod Washington died at Philadelphia, November 26th, 1829, in the bath vear of his age.

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JUDICIARY OF THE UNITED STATES.

SUPREME COURT.
Appointed.
1801 John Marshall, of Virginia, Chief Justice. Salary, $5,000.

ASSOCIATE JUDGES. Salary, $4,500, each.
1804 William Johnson, South Carolina.
1811 Gabriel Duvall, Maryland.
1811 Joseph Story, Massachusetts.
1823 Smith Thompson, New-York,
1829 John ean, Ohio.
1830 Henry Baldwin, Pennsylvania.

Salary. 1829 John Mc.Pherson Berrien, Georgia, Attorney General,

3,500 1827 Richard Peters, Pennsylvania, Reporter of Judicial Decisions, 1,000 1827 William Thomas Carrol, Maryland, Clerk,

Fees. 1827 Tench Ringgold, Washington City, Marehal,

Fees. The Supreme Court commences its annual session, at the city of Washington, on the second Monday in January.

CIRCUIT COURTS.
A Judge of the Supreme Court and a District Judge constitute a Circuit Court.
There are seven Circuits, coosist:ng of two or more Districts, in each of which
a Circuit Court is annually holden, at the following times and places, viz. :-
Maine.At Wiscasset, on the 1st day of October.

At Portland, on the 1st day of May.
Ner-Hampshire.- At Portsmouth and Exeter, alternately, on the 8th of May, and

8th of October.
Vermont.-At Rutland and Windsor, alternately, on the 21st of May, and the 3d

of October Massachusetts.-At Boston, on the 1st day of June and 20th day of October. Rhode Islund.-At Newport and Providence, alternately, on the 15th day of June

and 15th day of Novenaber.
Connecticut.-At Hartford and New-Haven, alternately, on the 15th day of April

and on the 17th day of September.
New-York.-At New York, on the last Mondays of May and October.
Nero-Jersey.--At Trenton, on the 1st day of April and 1st day of October.
Pennsylvania.–At Philadelphia, on the 11th day of April and the 11th day of Oc-

tober.
Delaware.-At Newcastle and Dover, alternately, on the 3d of June and the 27th

of October
Maryland. At Baltimore, on the 8th day of May and December.
Virginia.-At Richmond, on the 22d day of May and 22d day of November.
North Carolina.--At Raleigh, on the 12th day of May and the 12th day of No-

vember.
South Carolina--At Charleston, on the second Tuesday of April.

At Columbia, on the second Monday of December.
Georgia.-At Savannah, on the fourth Monday of November.

At Milledgeville, on the 6th day of May.
Kentucky.-At Frankfort, on the first Mondays of May and November.
Tennessee.-At Nashville, on the second Monday of June.

At Knoxville, on the 2d of October.
Ohio.-At Columbus, on the 2d Monday of July and 4th Monday of December
District of Columbia.–At Washington, on the second Monday of April, and first

Monday of October.
First Circuit is composed of the

Rbode-Island.
Districts of

Second Circuit.
Maine,

Vermont,
Now-Hampshire,

Connecticut,
Massachusetts,

New-York, (Southern District.)

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Third Circuit.

North Carolina.
New Jersey,

Sirth Circuit.
Pennsylvania, (Eastern District.) South Carolina, (Eastero District,
Fourth Circuit.

Georgia.
Delaware,

Senenth Circuit.
Maryland

Kentucky,
Fifth Circuit.

Tennessee,
Virginia, (Eastern District,)

Ohio. Special sessions of the Circuit Courts may be holden under the special provisions of the Act passed March 20, 1793.

Circuit Courts are not holden in any other Districts than those specified above.

When the day appointed for holding the Courts falls on Sunday, they shall be held the following day.

The Clerks of the District Courts are also Clerks of the Circuit Courts.

DISTRICT COURTS. The District Courts are holden by the District Judge, in each District. Each State is a District, for the purposo of holding Circuit Courts, as well as Districi Courts, except New-York, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Tennessee, Louisiana,and Alabama, in each of which there are two Districts.

The District Courts are holden, in each District, at the times and places mention-
ed in the following Table.
Appointed.

Maine.
1822 Ashur Wars, Judge. Salary, $1000.

Ether Shepley, Attorney.
John Mussey, Clerk.

Benjamin Green, Marshal. The Stated Terms of this Court are holden at Wiscasset, on the last Tuesday of February, and on the second Tuesday of September, annually; and at Portland. on the first Tuesday of June, annually. Appointed.

New-Hampshire.
John S. Sherburne, Judge. Salary, $1000.
1829 Samuel Cushman, Attorney.

Charles W. Cutter, Clerk.

Pearson Cogswell, Marshal. The Stated Terms of this Court are appointed to be holden at Ereter and Portsmouth, alternately, on the third Tuesday of December, 1789, and three other sessions progressively on the like Tuesday of every third calendar month thereafter. Appointed.

Vermont. Elijah Paine, Judge. Salary, $800. 1829 Daniel Kellogg, Attorney.

Jesse Gove, Clerk. 1829 Homan Lowrey, Marshal. The Stated Terms of this Court are holden at Rutland, on the 6th day of October, and at Windsor, on the 24th day of May, annually. Appointed.

Massachusetts.
John Davis, Judge. Salary, $1600.
1829 Andrew Dunlap,

Attorney.
John W. Davis, Clerk.

Samuel D. Harris, Marshal.
The Stated Terms of this Court are holden at Boston, on the third Tuesday in
March, fourth Tuesday in June, second Tuesday in September, and first Tuesday
in December, annually.
Appointed.

Rhode Island
1825 John Pitman, Judge. Salary, $1000.

Richard W. Greene, Attorney.
Benjamin Cowell, Clerk.
Burrington Anthony, Marshal.

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