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nnd Notaries Public, are for obvious reasons omitted. The changes which will be made in these Offices during the session of the Legislature will be so great as to render their insertion, at the present time, useless. They will be published in an extra sheet at the close of the session, and will hereafter form a part of the work, which the publisher intends to make more extensive and complete in a future edition.

It is presumed that no apology will be necessary for the omission of any other subjects, which might be thought either interesting or useful, when the public are informed that the work has already been extended more than one hundred pages beyond what the publisher either promised, or originally expected to furnish.

With these remarks, and with the hope that this little Manual will receive sufficient patronage to remunerate the author for the great labour and expense which have attended its publication, and induce its continuance hereafter, it is now submitted to the decision of the public.

To his correspondents and friends, who have answered his inquiries, the publisher tenders his grateful acknowledgments, while he respectfully solicits their future assistance.

New-York, January 1st, 1830.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS.

Almanac,

Constitution of the State, with the Amendments,

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1. A List of the principal Executive and Judicial Officers of

the State, from the commencement of the Government

of the Colony, under the Dutch, to the present time, 46

II. Electoral and Congressional Districts,

51

III. Electors of President and Vice-President of the United

States for the State of New-York, in 1828,

52

IV. Senators and Representatives of the State, in the 21st

Congress of the United States, with the places of their

residence,

53

V. State Senate Districts,

54

VI. State Senators chosen since the ratification of the new

Constitution by the people in 1822,

55

VII, Number of Representatives in the House of Assembly,

from each County in the State,

59

VIII. A list of the Governors of the State, from 1789, to the

present time, with the names of the opposing candidates,

and the votes given for each, at each election,

IX. Official Canvass of Votes, in the several Districts of the

State, for Governor and Lieutenant Governor, at the

last election, in 1828,

61

X. An Alphabetical List of all the Towns in the State, the

Counties in which they are located, and the population

of each town previously incorporated, according to the

State Census of 1825,

61

XI. An Alphabetical List of all Post Offices in the State, with

the names of the Post Masters, and distances of the

Offices from Washington and Albany, corrected at the

P. O. Department at Washington, to December, 1829, 69

XII. Arrival and Closing of the Mails at the city of New-

York,

102

XII. Rates of Postage,

. 108

XIV. Electors' Meetings,

109

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176. Herkimer 178. Jefferson 181 Kings 183. Lewis 185.

Livingston 187. Madison 189. Monroe 191. Montgomery 194.

New-York 198. Niagara 213. Oneida 215. Onondaga 219.

Ontario 223. Orange 226. Orleans 229. Oswego 231 Otsego

233. Putnam 236. Queens 238. Rensselaer 239. Richmond

242. Rockland 244. St. Lawrence 245. Saratoga 248. Sche-

nectady 251. Schoharie 253. Seneca 255. Steuben 257. Suf-

folk 259. Sullivan 261. Tioga 263. Tompkins 266. Ulster

268. Warren 271. Washington 272. Wayne 276. Westches-

ter 278. Yates 281.

Cities,

284

Villages,

305

Canals,

306

A Table of all the Colleges in the Union, in the order of

time, &c.,

312

Regents of the University of New-York,

313

Colleges,

. 314

New-England Colleges,

. 316

Other Colleges in the United States,

. 321

Academies,

322

Common Schools,

. 324

Theological Seminaries,

. 327

New-England Theological Seminaries,

329

Other Theological Seminaries in the United States, 330

National Societies,

333

State Societies,

337

Horticultural Society and Nurseries,

338

Masonic Record,

339

State Prisons,

.340

Militia of the State,

. 341

Medical Colleges,

. 366

State Medical Society,

.366

Banks,

. 367

Insurance Companies,

. 374

Clergy,

376

United States' Calendar,

386

Under this head will be found the President, Vice-President,

Heads of Department, with their Chief Clerks, and salaries; Se-

Date and House of Representatives, with the Officers and Stand-

ing Committees of each ; Judges of the Supreme Court, and

Judges of the Distriet Courts; together with the times and places

of holding Circuit and District Courts; Foreign Ambassadors,

&c.; Military Academy at West Point; Custom-House at New-

York, &c.

Appendix,

400

Governors of the several States in the Union,

405

Judges of the Supreme Court of each Statə in the Union, 406

A Table showing the Census of the several States at differ-

ent periods, and the aggregate population of the U. S. 408

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BCLIPSES IN THE YEAR 1830. 1. Feb. 22, Sun eclipsed, invisble, ó at 11th 40m. eve. Moon's lat. 1° 23' N.

II. March 9, Moon eclipsed, invisible, 8 at 8h. 36 m.

morn.

morn.

III. March 24, Sun eclipsed, invisible, ó at 9h. 48m
morn. Moon's lat. 1° 173' S.
IV. Aug. 18, Sun eclipsed, invisible, ó at 6h. 57m.

Moon's lat. 1° 23' S.
V. Sept. 2, Moon eclipsed, partly vis. 8 at 5h. 42m. ev.
Moon ris. tot. eclip.

6 28 do. End of total dark.

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32 do. Eclipse ends,

7 30 do. VÍ. Sept. 16, Sun eclipsed, invisible, 6 at 9 h. 32m.

Moon's lat. 1° 13' N.

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Morning and Evening Stars. Venus f will be evening star till March 7, and then morning star till December 20.

Jupiter 2 will be morning star till July 5, and evening star the rest of the year.

CHRONOLOGICAL CYCLES.
Dominical Letter,
Lunar Cycle, or Golden Number,
Epact,
Solar Cycle,

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