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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.
TABLE OF CONTENTS.
Constitution of the State, with the Amendments,
II. Electoral and Congressional Districts,
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,
Times and Places of holding the same in the
Judges of the aforesaid Courts; District Attorney; Surrogate ;
Under this head will be found the President, Vice-President,
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.
III. March 24, Sun eclipsed, invisible, ó at 9h. 48m
Moon's lat. 1° 23' S.
6 28 do. End of total dark.
32 do. Eclipse ends,
7 30 do. VÍ. Sept. 16, Sun eclipsed, invisible, 6 at 9 h. 32m.
Moon's lat. 1° 13' N.
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.