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Representatives Districts. Counties.

or Electors. 24 Cayuga,

1 25 Tompkins and Tioga,

1 26 Ontario, Seneca, Wayne, and Yates, 2 27 Monroe and Livingston,

1 28 Allegany, Cattaraugus, and Steuben, 1 29 nesee and Orleans,

1 30 Chautauque, Erie, and Niagara,

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III. ELECTORS of PRESIDENT and VICE PRESIDENT at

the last Presidential Election, in 1828. Districts.

Districts. i Moses Rolph.

16 Archibald M‘Intyre.
2 +John Garrison. 17 Salmon Child.
3 Benjamin Bailey. 18 Peter J. H. Myers.

Gilbert Coutant. 19 James Campbell.
+John Targee.

20 Jesse Smith.
4 +Jacob Odell.

Augustus Chapman. 5 +Morgan Lewis. 21 +Thomas Blakeslee. 6 +Egbert Jansen. 22 Benjamin Cotton, 7 John E. Russell. 23 Freeborn G. Jewett. 8 Alexander Coffin. 24 +Asaph Stow. 9 Gilbert Eddy.

25 Andrew D. W. Bruyn. 10 Abraham Van Vech-26 'John Beal. ten.

William Hildreth. 11 Peter Pine.

27 James K. Garnsey. 12 +Joseph C. Yates. 28 +John Lloyd. 13 +Elkanah Brush. 29 Shubael Dunham. 14 Ebenezer B. Sherman. 30 Ebenezer Walden. 15 Rufus Crane.

34 Electors chosen by Districts. o The Electors chosen by Districts elect two from the state at large, to correspond with the number of Senators in Congress ; making the whole number of Electors 36.

The persons chosen by the Electors, on this occasion, were (John TAYLER,* CHARLES DAYAN. * The venerable John Tayler died March 19, 1829, aged 87.

The Hon. JOSEPH C. YATES was chosen President of the College of Electors, and ANDREW D. W. BRUYN, Esq. Secretary.

The Electoral Vote of the state was, for JACKSONT 20, ADAMS 16.

IV. The State of New York has thirty-four REPRE

SENTATIVES in CONGRESS, according to the present ratio of apportionment. TWENTY-FIRST CONGRESS.

SENATORS. . ppointed

Term Expires 1826 Hon. Nathan Sanford, Albany, 1831 1829 Hon. Charles E. Dudley, Albany, 1833

Mr. Dudley was elected to supply the place of the Hon. MARTIN VAN BUREN, resigned, for the residue of his term.

REPRESENTATIVES elected in 1828. Districts. Names.

Residence. Counties. 11James Lent,

Newtown, Queens. 2 Jacob Crocheron,

Richmond, Richmond.
3 Churchill C. Cambreleng,
Gulian C. Verplanck, New-York, New-York.
Campbell P. White,
4 Henry B. Cowles, Carmel,

Putnam.
5 Abraham Bockee, Poughkeepsie, Dutchess.
6 Hector Craig,

Blooming Grove Orange. 7 Charles G. De Witt, Kingston,

Ulster. 3 James Strong,

Hudson,

Columbia. 9 John D. Dickinson, Troy,

Rensselaer. 10 Ambrose Spencer, Albany, Albany. 11 Perkins King,

Greenville, Greene. 12 Peter 1. Borst,

Middleburgh,

Schoharie. 13 William G. Angel, Milford, Otsego. 14 Henry R. Storrs, Whitesboro', Oneida. 15 Michael Hoffman.

Herkimer, Herkimer. 16 Benedict Arnold,

Amsterdam, Montgomery 171 John W. Taylor,

Ballston, Saratoga.

Districts. Names.

Residence. Counties. 18 Henry C. Martindale, Sandy Hill, Washington: 19 Isaac Finch,

Jay,

Essex. 20 Joseph Hawkins, Ellisburgh, Jefferson. George Fisher,

Oswego, Oswego. 21 Robert Monell,

Greene, Chenango. 22 Thomas Beekman, Peterboro', Madison. 23 Jonas Earll, jr.

Onondaga,

Onondaga. 24 Gershom Powers, Auburn, Cayuga. 25 Thomas Maxwell, Elmira, Tioga. $ 26 Robert S. Rose,

Fayette,

Seneca.
Jehiel H. Halsey,

Ovid,

Seneca. 27 Timothy Childs,

Rochester, Monroe. 28 John Magee,

Bath,

Steuben. 29 Phineas L. Tracy, Batavia, Genesee.

30 Ebenezer F. Norton, Buffalo, Niagara. p Those whose names are in italic, are old members re-elected

V. There are 56 COUNTIES in the state, which are di

vided into eight SENATE DISTRICTS, each of which is entitled to four SENATORS.

The SENATORS are chosen for four years. First District-Kings, New-York, Queens, Richmond, Suffolk, 5.

Second DistrictDelaware, Dutchess, Orange, Putnam, Rockland, Sullivan, Ulster, Westchester, 8.

Third District--Albany, Columbia, Greene, Rensselaer, Schenectady, Schoharie, 6.

Fourth District-Clinton, Essex, Franklin, Hamilton, Montgomery, Saratoga, St. Lawrence, Warren, Washington, 9.

Fifth District--Herkimer, Jefferson, Lewis, Madison, Oneida, Oswego, 6.

Sixth District— Broome, Chenango, Cortland, Otsego, Steuben, Tioga, Tompkins, 7.

Seventh District-Cayuga, Onondaga, Ontario, Sene.. ca, Wayne, Yates, 6.

Eighth District-Alleghany, Cattaraugus, Chautaque, Erie, Genesee, Livingston, Monroe, Niagara, Orleans, 9.

In all elections for state officers the county of HAMILTON is connected with the county of MONTGO.

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VI. STATE SENATORS chosen under the new Constitu

tion, adopted by the Convention in 1821, and ratified by the people in January, 1822, with their classification.

SENATORS FOR 1823.
'The first Election under the new Constitution was holden in
November, 1822.
Firsi District.

Fifth District.
Term expired Elected

Term expired 1822, 1 John A. King, 1823 1822, 1 Samuel Beardsley, 1823 2 Walter Bowne.

2 Alvin Bronson. 3 John Lefferts.

3 Thomas Greenly." 4 Jasper Ward.

4 Sherman Wooster. Second District.

Sixth District. 1822, 1 John Hunter, 1823 1822, 1 Saml.G. Hathaway,1823 2 John Sudam.

2 Farrand Stranahan. 3 Stephen Thorn.

3 Tilly Lynde. 4 James Burt.

4 Isaac Ogden. Third District.

Seventh District. 1822, 1 Edw.P. Livingston,1823 1822, 1 Silas Bowker, 1823 2 *Jacob Sutherland.

2 Byram Green. 3 Charles E. Dudley.

3 Jesse Clark. 4 James Mallory.

4 Jonas Earll, jun. Fourth District.

Eighth District. 1822, 1 David Erwin, 1823 1822, 1 Timothy H. Porter, 1823 2 Melancthon Wheeler.

2 David Eason. 3 John Cramer.

3 Heman J. Redfield. 4 Archibald M·Intyre.

4 +Joseph Spencer. At the first meeting of the SENATE under the new Constitution, the Senators were divided, by lot, into four classes. The first class to go out at the end of one year, the second at the end of two years, the third at the end of three years, and the fourth at the end of four years; so that one fourth of the Senators are to be cho. sen annually. The figures against each Senator's name show to which class he belongs.

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* Jacob Sutherland did not take his seat in the Senate; but before the close of the session he was appointed a Judge of the Supreme Court of the state.

† Joseph Spencer died before the expiration of the year 1823

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SENATORS FOR 1824. The names of the Senators are carried into the following years in the order of their classes, without num. bering them. Those in italics are new members. Elected Terin Expired; Elected

Term Expired First District.

Fifth District. 1822, Walter Bowne, 1824 1822, Alvin Bronson, 1824 John Lefferts.

Thomas Greenly.
Jasper Ward.

Sherman Wooster. 1823, David Gardiner. 1823, Perley Keyes. Second District.

Sixth District. 1822, John Sudam, 1824 1822, Farrand Stranahan, 1824 Stephen Thorn.

Tilley Lynde.
James Burt.

Isaac Ogden. 1823, William Nelson.

1823, Latham A. Burrows, Third District.

Seventh District. 1823, * Edw. P.Livingsto, 1824 1822, Byram Green, 1824 1822, Charles E. Dudley.

Jesse Clark.
James Mallory.

Jonas Earll, jr. 1823, Jacob Haight.

1823, Jedediah Morgan. Fourth District.

Eighth District. 1822, Me ancthon Wheeler, 1824 1822, David Eason, 1824 John Cramer.

Heman J. Redfield. Arehibald M Intyre. 1823, John Bowman. 1823, Silas Wright, jr.

James M. Call.

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SENATORS FOR 1825.
Elected
Term Expired Elected

Term Expired
First District.

Third District. 1822, John Lefferts, 1825 1822, Charles E. Dudley, 1825 » Jasper Ward."

James Mallory 1823, David Gardiner. 1823, Jacob Haight. 1824, Cadwallader D. Colden. 1824, Richard M Michael. Second District.

Fourth District. 1822, Stephen Thorn, 1825 1822, John Cramer, 1825 James Burt.

Archibald M·Intyre. 1823, William Nelson. 1823, Silas Wright, jr. 1824, Wells Lake.

(1824, John Crary. * Edward P. Livingston was elected for the remainder of J. Sutherland's term.

* John Bowman was elected in the place of Joseph Spencer, dcceased, for the remainder of his term.

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