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GOVERNORS OF THE SEVERAL STATES AND TERRITORIES

IN THE UNITED STATES, 1830. Admission

Adoption of Governors. into Union.

Constitution.
1820 Maine,

1819 Jonathan G. Huntoon,
Neu-Hampshire, 1792 Benjamin Pierce,
1791 Vermont,

1793 Samuel C. Crafts,
Massachusetts, 1780 Levi Lincoln,
Rhode-Island, Char.1663 James Fenner,
Connecticut, 1818 Gideon Tomlinson,
New-York, 1821 Enos T. Throop, Lieut. Gov.
New-Jersey,

1776 Peter D, Vroom,
Pennsylvania, 1790 George Wolf,
Delaware,

1792 David Hazard,
Maryland, 1776 Thomas K. Carroll,
Virginia, 1776 William B. Giles,
North-Carolina, 1777 John Owen,
South-Carolina, 1790 Stephen D. Miller,
Georgia,

1798 George R. Gilmer, 1792 Kentucky, 1799 Thomas Metcalfe, 1796 Tennessee, 1796 William Carroll, 1802 Ohio,

1803 Allen Trimble, 1812 Louisinna, 1812 Henry Beauvais, 1817 Mississippi, 1817 Gerard C. Brandon, 1816 Indiana,

1816 James B. Ray, 1818 Minois,

1818 Ninian Edwards, 1819 Alabama,

1819 Gabriel Moore, 1820 Missouri,

1920 John Miller. P Those states to which no dates are prefixed are the thirteen original states.

TERRITORIAL GOVERNMENTS.

Governors.
Arkansas, John Pope.
Florida. William P. Duval.
Michigan. Lewis Cass.

JUDGES of the SUPREME COURTs in all the states of the Union, in 1830.

Maine,

Pennsylvania. Prentiss Mellen, Ch. J. John B. Gibson, Ch. J.. Nathan Weston, Jr., Molton C. Rodgers, Albion K. Parris.

Charles Huston,

John Todd,
New Hampshire.

Frederick Smith,
William M. Richardson, Ch. J.
Samuel Green,

Delaware.
John Harris,

Kinsey Johns, Ch. J.

Isaac Davis,
Vermont.

Edward Dingle,
Samuel Prentiss, Ch. J. Joseph G. Rowland.
Titus Hutchinson,
Charles K. Williams,

Maryland.
Stephen Royce, Jr,

Jobn Buchanan, Ch. J. Ephraim Paddock.

Richard T. Earle,

William B. Martin,
Massachusetts.

John Stevens,
Isaac Parker, Ch. J.

Stevenson Archer,
Samuel S. Wilde,

Thomas B. Dorsey.
Marcus Morton,
Samuel Putnam.

Virginia

Francis T. Brooke, Ch. J.
Rhode-Island.

William H. Cabell,
Samuel Eddy, Ch. J.

John Coulter, Charles Brayton,

John W. Green, Dexter Randall.

Dabney Carr.

Connecticut.
Stephen T. Hosmer, Ch. J.
John T. Peters,
David Daggett,
Thomas S. Williams,
Clark Bissell,

North Carolina.
Thomas Ruffin, Ch. J.
Leonard Henderson,
John Hall.

South Carolina.
Abraham Nott, Ch. J.
Charles J. Colcock,

David Johnson.

New-York.
John Savage, Ch. J.
Jacob Sutherland,
William L. Marcy.

New Jersey.
Charles Ewing, Ch. J.
George K. Drake,
Gabriel H. Ford.

Georgia.
William W. Holt,
William H. Crawford,
A. S. Clayton,
Thomas W. Cobb,
Christopher B. Strong,

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UNITED STATES CENSUS, AS TAKEN IN 1790, 1800, 1910, AND 1820.

States.

1790. 1800. 1810. 1820. Maine,

96,5401 151,7191 228,7051 298,335 New Hampshire, 141,885 183,858 214,460 244,161 Vermont,

85,539 154,465 217,895 235,764 Massachusetts,

378,787 422,845 472,0401 523,287 Rhode Island,

68,825 69,122 76,931 83,059 Connecticut,

237,946 251,002 261,942 275,248 Now-York,

340,120 586,050 959,049 1,372,812 New Jersey,

184,139 211,149 245,562 277,575 Pennsylvania,

434,373 602,545 810,091 1,049,458 Delaware,

59,094 64,273 72,674 72,749 Maryland,

319,728 341,548 380,546 407,350 Virginia,

747,610 880,200 974,622 1,065,366 North Carolina,

393,751 478,103 555,500 638,829 South Carolina,

249,073 345,591 415,115 502,741 Georgia,

82,548 162,686 252,433 340,989 Alabama,

2,000 10,000

144,317 Mississippi,

6,850 30-312 75,448 Louisiana,

76,556 153,407 Tennessee,

35,691 105,602 261,727 422,613 Kentucky,

73,677 220,959 406,511 564,319 Ohio,

45,365 230,760 581,437 Indiana,

5,641 24,520 147,174 Illinois,

12,282 55,218 Missouri,

15,845 66,581 Michigan Territory,

4,762 8,896 Arkansas Territory,

5,000 14,246 District of Columbia,

24,023 33,036 Florida,

10,000 Total,

3,929,326 5,305,666 7,263,926 9,665,415 Foreigners not naturalized,

53,720 Grand Total,

9,718,135

NEW YORK STATE CENSUS IN 1825. The population of New-York, according to the stale census of 1825, was

1,616,458

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