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June 3.

Hackett, James Henry, actor, Jamaica, L. I., Olney, Jesse, (74,) geographer, Stratford, Ct., Dec. 28, 1871.

July 30. Hadley, James, (51) Professor, Oriental and Parton, Sara Willis, “Fanny Fern," (61) author, Greek scholar, New Haven, Nov. 14.

New-York, Oct. 1o. Halleck, Henry W., (62,) Major-General U. S. A., Pennefather, General Sir John, G.C.B., EngLouisville, Jan. 9.

land, May 27. Howard, Benjamin C., (81,) compiler of “How Persigny, John Gilbert Victor, Duke of, (642)

ard's U. S. Supreme Court Reports," Balti- statesman, Nice, Jan. 14. more, March 6.

Pike, Samuel N., (50,) speculator, New York, Hudson, George, ex-" Railway King,” England, Dec. 8. Dec. 14, 1871.

Pollard, Edward A., (45.) journalist, Lynchburg, Ingersoll, Ralph I., (84,) statesman, New Haven, Va., Dec. 17. Ct., Aug. 26.

Pollock, Sir George, (86) Field-Marshal and Iturbide, Don Angel de, son of the Mexican Em- Constable of the Tower, Walmer, England, peror, City of Mexico, July 18.

Oct. 6. Johnston, William F., ex-Governor of Pennsyl- Porter, Andrew, ex-Brigadier-General U. S. A., vania, Pittsburg, Oct. 26.

Paris, Jan. 5. Juarez, Benito, (1)

President of Mexico, City of Putnam, George P., (58,) publisher, New-York. Mexico, July 18.

Dec. 20. Kamehameha v., (45.) King of the Sandwich Is- Randall, Alexander W., _(53.) ex-Postmasterlands, Honolulu, Dec. 11.

General, Elmira, N. Y., July 25. Kelly, William, (65.) prominent New-York Demo- Read, T. Buchanan, (51,) artist and poet, Newcrat, Torquay, England, Jan. 14.

York, May 11. Kensett, John F., N. A., (54,) painter, New- Scranton, Joseph H., (58.) financier, founder of York, Dec. 14.

Scranton, Pa., Baden-Baden, June 6. Leland, Simeon, (56,) hotel proprietor, New-Ro- Seward, William H., (71,) statesman, Auburn, chelle, N. Y., Aug. 3.

N. Y., Oct. 10. Lever, Charles, (66,) novelist, Trieste, Austria, Skey, Frederick C., F.R.S., President of the

College of Surgeons, England, Aug. 15. Lieber, Francis, (73.) publicist, New-York, Sept. Smith, William H., (Sedley,) actor and manager, 30.

San Francisco, Jan. 19. Londonderry, Marquis of. (67,) England, lov. 26. Smith, William Prescott, President of the BaltiLonsdale, William Lowther, Lord, (85.) states. more and Ohio R.R., Baltimore, Oct. 1. man, England, March 1.

Spalding, James R., journalist, Dover, N. I., Lyman, Joseph H., (479) journalist, Richmond Hill, L. I., Jan. 28.

Spalding, Martin John, (63,)

R. C. Archbishop of McCunn, John H., jurist, New-York, July 6. Baltimore, at Baltimore, Feb. 7. McGill, John, (62,) R. C. Bishop of Ricamond, Stanley, Edward, ex-Governor of North-CaroRichmond, Va., Jan. 14.

lina, San Francisco, July 12. McLeod, Rev. Norman, author, England. June 15. Stevens, Paran, hotel proprietor, New-York, Maguire, John Francis, M.P., (57) statesman,

April 25. Cork, Nov. 1.

Sully, Thomas, (90,) painter, Philadelphia, Nov. 5. Marshall, Humphrey, (60,) statesman, Louisville, Vaillant, Jean B. P., (82,) Marshal of France, Mason, Lowell, (80,) composer, Orange, N. J., Van Winkle, Peter G, ex-U. S. Senator from Aug. 12.

West-Virginia, Parkersburg, W. Va., April Maurice, John Frederick D., (62) author, Eng. 15. land, April 2.

Vinton, Rev. Francis, D.D., (63,) clergyman, Mayhew, Henry, (60.) author, England, May 1. Brooklyn, Sept. 29. Mayo, Earl of, 750,) Governor-General of India, Walker, James P., ex-U. S. Senator from Wis

assassinated at Port Blair, (India,) Feb. 8. consin, in Wisconsin, March 29. Mazzini, Joseph, (64.) statesman, Tyrol, Switz., Wall, James W., (53,) ex-U. S. Senator from NewMarch 11.

Jersey, Elizabeth, N. J., June 9. Meade, George Gordon, (56) Major-General Westmacott, Richard, R.A., sculptor, England, U.S. A., Philadelphia, Nov. 6.

April 19. Morse, Samuel F. B., (81,) inventor of the mag. Whiting, James R., (69) lawyer, Spuyten Duynetic telegraph, New-York, April 2.

vil, N. Y., March 16. Oliver, John M. ex-Major-General U. 8. A., Wood, Mrs. George, (Eliza Logan,) actress, NewWashington, March 30.

York, Jan. 15.

Oct. 11.

March 29.

June 4.

The Crops of 1872.
COTTON STATISTICS FOR 1871-72. QUANTITY GROWN IN THE SEVERAL

STATES.
Year ending Sept. 1,

Year endiug Sept. 1, 10 cm 1870-71.

1872.

1871,

Bales. Bales. Receipts at shipping ports. .2,732,286 4,032,154 Louisiana.

.957,538 1,446.490 Add shipments overland direct to

Alabama..

288.CI2 manufacturers..

404.673 122,065 228,923 Florida...

19.359 Georgia.

-450,599 Total.. .2,854.351 4,261,077 Texas...

197.956 Manufactured South, not included in

South-Carolina..

.271,241 the above.... 120,000 91,240 North Carolina..

52,528 Virginia..

-276,098

312,353 Total cotton crop for year. -2,974.351 4.352,317 | Tennessee, Arkansas, etc.

.341,080 331,578

13,948 724.406 321,804 350,582 94320

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CROP OF SEA ISLAND COTTON. Completed calculations may slightly modify the

Year ending Sept. 1, present aggregate of 265,000.000 bushels. In

1872. 1871. quality and condition, however, the crop is not

Bales. Bales. so good. Florida.

5.624 8,753 Barley.--The barley product was slightly Georgia

1,567 4.934 above that of last year in all the Western States. South Carolma..

8,755

7,218 Texas...

899 704

A decrease was apparent in all the Atlantic

States. The quality was also below average in Total........

16,845 21,609 most of the States.

Rye.-The rye crop was smaller by 2 per cent EXPORTS OF COTTON FROM THE UNITED than that of last year. The quality generally STATES.

good. For the year ending Sept. I, 1872.

Potatoes. The potato crop was comparatively To Bales.

Bales. short. Rot prevailed in many portions of the Liverpool. 1,406,766 Santander..

710 New-England States. The Colorado beetle Glasgow.. 949 Malaga...

4,240 marched eastward, and appeared in PennsylvanCork, etc... 38 059 San Sebastian..

1,269 ia and West-Virginia ; and drought injured late Cowes, etc... 8,721 Genoa..

12,796 Havre..... 183, 11 Narva..

potatoes in the central part of the West.

7.796 Rouen. 6,404 Cronstadt.

31,340 Amsterdain. 43,458 Royal and Riga.

25,346

THE TOBACCO CROP. Bremen. 63.510 Mexico

1,016 Hamburg. 24,049 Other ports......... 355

COMPARATIVE ESTIMATES OF THE GROWTH Antwerp. 24.512

WITHIN THE UNITED STATES. Rotterdam. 8,840 Total exports to all

LEAF. Ghent,

526 ports...............1,957,314 Barcelona.. 62,5111

1868. 1869. 1870. 1871. 1872.

Virginia.....hhds..47,000 38,000 50,000 52,000 55,000 Wheat.-The Department of Agriculture re- Maryland... 30,000 25,0 30,000 30,000 25,000 ported a falling off in the production in New- Ohio..

16,000 15,000 18,000 16,000 18.000 England and the Middle States, but an increase Kentucky.

90,000 70,000 115,000 100.000 80,000 in the South and the Pacific coast. The North

Other Wes'n 30,000 30,000 45,000 35.000 25,000 western States beyond the Mississippi reported

Total hhds......213,000 178,000 258,000 233,000 203,000 favorably, but east of the river there was a general falling off, except in Wisconsin. In the ag.

SEED-LEAF. gregate there was an increased growth in the

1868. 1869. Union of 5 per cent, or say 240,000,000 against

1870.
1871.

1872.

Mass.,Ct.,etc.Cases.30,000 34,000 32,000 40,000 50,000 230,000,000 last year.

New-York.

4,000 10,000 14,000 20,000 15,000 Corn. There was an average increase of 8 per | Pennsylvania

7,000 13,500 14.000 35,000 40.000 cent over the large crop of last year, showing Ohio & Ind.. 13,500 13,500 15,000 60,000 40,000 probably the greatest crop ever grown in this

Wisconsin &

other West'n. country. Owing, however, to wet weather dur

1,500 4.000 10,000 25,000 25.000 ing the fall, the condition was not so good as Total... -56,COO 75,000 85,000 180,000 170,000 last year; besides, in consequence of low prices and high freights, much was not gathered in Connecticut and Massachusetts have raised the far West, and some is reported to have been in 1872, 50,000 cases, but it is in a damarod conburned as fuel.

dition; damage caused mainly by "pole rot." Oats.- The product of oats increased, as com- It would be safe to estimate the damage at 50 pared with that of last year, by about 3 per cent. per cent., giving thus 25,000 cases sound tobacco.

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Acts of Congress. Synopsis of the principal Acts and Resolutions passed at the Second Session of the Forty-second Congress.

Apportionment of Representatives in Congress.- Supplemental Apportionment Act.-One repAfter March 3, 1872, the House of Representa- resentative in Congress additional to those aptives shall be composed of 283 members, ap- portioned by the above act allowed to each of portioned among the States as follows. (See nine States named, makmg the whole number of supplemental act and table of the electoral vote representatives in Congress after March 4, 1873 : for President.) Any new State admitted after 292. [Public, No. 160, May 30, 1872.) this apportionment shall be entitled to an ad- Public Park near the head waters of the Yellowditional member or members. Tuesday after stone River.-A tract of land in Montana and Wyothe first Monday in November, 1876, is fixed ming Territories, lying near the head waters of for the election in all the States and Territories, the Yellowstone River, is set åpart for a public of representatives and delegates to the Forty- park or “ pleasuring ground," and the Secretary fifth Congress, and the same day in November, of the Interior is directed to make rules and every second year thereafter, for the elections regulations for its care and management, and the for each subsequent Congress. No State shall preservation of its natural curiosities, wonhereafter be admitted to the Union without hav. ders, etc. (Public, No. 22, March

1, 1872.1 ing the necessary population to entitle it to at Foreign Works of Art for Public Exhibition least one representative, according to the ratio admitted Duty Free.- Paintings, statuary, and of representation fixed by this bill. Should any photographic pictures, imported for public ex. State deny or abridge the right of suffrage to hibition, and not intended

for sale, shall be adany citizens, for cause otherwise than participa- mitted free of duty. Bonds shall be given for tion in the rebellion, or other crime, the number payment of customary duties on all such articles of representatives shall be reduced proportion- not reëxported six months after importation. ately. [Public, No. 10, Feb. 2, 1872.)

[Public, No. 25, March 5, 1872.]

Homesteads on the Public Lands for Honorably in Philadelphia. It is authorized to issue bonds Discharged Soldiers and Sailors.--The provisions and secure subscriptions of capital stock to an of the Homestead Law" are extended to honor- amount not exceeding $10,000,000, to be divided ably discharged soldiers and sailors of the Uni- in shares of $10 each, the proceeds of such stock ted States, who served in the late rebellion. to be used for the erection of buildings and (Public, No. 65, April 4, 1872, and Public, No. 220, maintenance of the exhibition. [Public, No. 173, June 8, 1872.]

June 1, 1872.) Railroad from Great Salt Lake to Portland in Reduction of Taxes.-Duties and internal taxes Oregon.--Public lands are granted to aid in the are reduced on a schedule of several hundred construction of a Railroad from or near. Great articles, and the acts relating to distilled spirits Salt Lake in Utah Territory to Portland in Ore- and tobacco are amended in many particulars. gon, with a branch to Walla Walla valley. The (Public, No. 206, June 3, 1872.]. roads to be completed within ten years. [Public, Shipping Commissioners. -Circuit Judges are No. 71, April 12, 1872.]

authorized to appoint in each port of entry withRepeal of the Duty on Tea and Coffee. - Tea and in their jurisdictions, a shipping commissioner, Coffee shall be placed on the free list on and who shall superintend the engagement and disafter July 1, 1872.. [Public, No. 87, May 1, 1872.) charge of crews, and facilitate the making of

Removal of Political Disabilities. - Political dis- apprentices for the sea service. Compensation abilities imposed by the third section of the is granted according to a schedule of fees. The fourteenth amendment are removed from all act also provides for the discipline and protection persons whomsoever, except senators and rep- of seamen. (Public, No. 208, June 7, 1872.) resentatives in the 36th and 37th Congresses, Post-Office Department Regulations. -The state officers of the Judicial, Military, and Naval ser- utes relating to the Post-Office Department are vice of the United States, heads of Departments revised, amended, and consolidated, rates of and foreign ministers of the United States. postage, salaries of officials, penalties for mis(Public, No. 133, May 22, 1872.).

demeanors, etc., fixed, and all other matters The Centennial International Exhibition.-A relating to the transmission of mail matCentennial Board of Finance is incorporated to ter through the United States mails take charge of the financial depar ment of the ranged and regulated. (Public, No. 216, June 8, forthcoming Centennial International Exhibition 1872.7

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Statistics of the Principal Cities.

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Albany, N. Y. 69,422 22,207 68,658 764 62,367 George H. Thacher. May, 74 April 8, 1873
Baltimore, Md.
267,354) 56,484 227.794 39,558 212,418 Joshua Vansant.

Nov. 73 Oct. 22, 18731"
Boston, Mass. 250,526 87,986 247,013 3.496 177,812 Henry L. Pierce. Jan. 73 Déc. 8. 1873
Brooklyn, N. Y. 396,099 144,718 391,142 4,944 266,714 Samuel S. Powell. Jan, 24 Nov. 4, 1873
Buffalo, N.Y.

117,714 46,237 117,018 696 81,129 Alexander Brush. Jan. 74 Nov. 4, 1873

S.C... 48,956 4,892 22,749 26,173 51,210 JOHN A. WAGENER. Nov. 73 Aug. 6, 1873
Chicago,

298,977|144.557 295,281 3,691 109, 260 JOSEPH MEDILL. Due. 73 Nov. 4. 1873
Cincinnati, o.. 216,239 79,612 210,335 5.900 161,044 S. S. Davis.

Apr. 73 Oct. 14, 1873
Cleveland,'o. 92,829 38,815 91,535 1,293 45,619 Frederick W. Pelton. Apr. 73 April 7, 1873
Detroit, Mich.
Indianapolis, Ind.. 48,244 10,657 45.309 2,931 18,611 Daniel Macauley.

Jan. 74 Nov. 4, 1873
79,577 35.38; 77,338 3,235 43.411 Hugh Moffat.

May, 73 May 6, 1873
Jersey City, N. J.. 82,546 31,835 81,840 705_43,884 Charles H. O'Neill. May, 74 April 8, 1873
Louisville, Ky.. 100,753 25,668 85,796 14,956 68,033 John G. Baxter. Jan. 23 Dec, 2, 1873
Memphis, Tenn. 40,226 6.780 24.755 15,471 22,623 John Johnson. Jan. 74 Jan. 1, 1874
Milwaukee, Wis. 71,440 33,773 71,263 176 45,246 David G. Hooker.

y Apr. 23 April 1, 1873
Mobile, Ala.. 32,034 4.239 18,155 13.91929,258 Gideon M. Parker. Dec. 73 Dec. 2, 1873
Newark, N.J.

105,059 35,884 103,267 1,789 71,941 Frederick W. Ricord. Jan. 74 Oct. 8, 1873 New Haven, Ct.... 50,840 14.356 49,090 1,749 39,264 Henry G. Lewis. Jan. 75 Oct. 7, 1873 New Orleans, La... 191,418 48,475 140,923 50,546 168,675 Louis A. Wiltz.

Nov. 74 Nov. 4, 1873
New-York, N. Y... 942,292 419,074 929,199 13,073 813,669 William F. Havemeyer. Jan. 25 Nov. 4, 1873.
Philadelphia, Pa... 674,022 183.624 651,854 22,147 565,529 William

S. Stokley. Jan. 75 Oct. 14, 1873
Pittsburg, Pa....... 86,076 27,822 84,001 2,015 49,217 James Blackmore. Feb. 75 Dec. 1, 1874
Providence, R. I... 68,904 17,177 66,320 2,559 50,666 Thomas A. Doyle.

June. 73 May 9, 1873
Richmond, Va.. 51,038/ 3,778 27,928 23,110 37,910 Anthony M. Keiley. July, 24 May 22, 1873
Rochester, N. Y.... 62,386 21,184 61,959 427 48.204 Charles W. Briggs. Apr. 73 Mar. 4, 1873
San Francisco, Cal. 149,473 73719 136,059 1,330 56,802 William Alvord. Dec. 73 Sep. 1, 1873
St. Louis, Mo...... 310,861 112,249 288,737 22,088 151,780 Joseph Brown. Apr. '73 April 1, 1873
Washington, D. C. 109,199 13,757 73.731 35.455, 61, 122 Municipality merged in Dist, of Columbia.
Democrats in Italics; Republicans in Roman; elected on Citizens' or Reform tickets in SMALL CAPS.

“THE NEW-YORK WORLD, which is decidedly As an exponent of intellectual culture in the best and ablest Democratic journal ever politics, THE NEW-YORK World is probably the published in the United States, will be for the best organ in the United States. In the matter year to come of especial value to all readers, no of news, it is generally thought to be ahead of matter what their political faith may be."-Bulle- its contemporaries."- Conservative, Clerksburg, in, Kansas City, Mo.

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Nov.

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Alabama
996,992 50,722 Montgomery.
David P. Lewis.

8

Nov., 1874 Nov. 17, 1873
Alaska Territory.
EB S. Canby, Brig. Gen. (6) 84000

Nov. 3, 1874
15,240 577,390 Sitka
Arizona Territory. :. (a)41,710 113.916 Tucson

A. P. K.

2500
4 Mar., 1873 Jan. 8, 18731

Nov.

3, 1874 Arkansas 484,471 52,198 Little Rock.

Elisha Baxter (c).

5000

1877 Jan, 6, 1873 Nov.

3. 1874
California
560,247 188,981 Sacramento.

Newton Booth
7000

1, 1873

Sep.

2, 1873
Colorado Territory,
39,864 104.500 Denver.

Edward M. McCook.

2500 Mar. 1873 Ja..

6, 1873

Sep.

8, 1874
Connecticut.
537,4541 4.750 Hartford and N. Haven Marshall Jewell.

2000
May, 1873 May

7, 1873

April 7, 1873 Dakota Territory 14,181 152,000 Yankton.

John A. Burbank

2500 1873 Dec. 7, 1874

Nov.

3, 1874
Delaware

125,015 2,120
Dover.
James Ponder.

1333 1875 *Jan. 7, 1873

Nov.

3, 1874 Dist. of Columbia Ter.. 131,700

60 Washington.. Henry D. Cooke.

3000
Mar. 1873 April 20, 1873 Oct.

8, 1873
Florida
187,748 59,248 Tallahassee.

Ossian B. Hart...
5000

7, 1873 2

3, 1874 Georgia 1,184,109 58,000 Atlanta.

James M. Smith.
4000

Oct.
Jan., 1877 * Jan. 14, 1874

7, 1874
Idaho Territory.

90,932 Boise City. 20,583

Thomas W. Bennett.

2500 Mar. 1873 Dec. 1, 1873

3, 1874 Illinois. 2,539,891 55,410 Springfield.

Richard J. Oglesby

1500

1877 *Jan. 6, 1873

19 Nov. 3, 1874 Indiana 1,680,637 33,809 Indianapolis.

Thomas A. Hendricks.

3000 Jan. 1877 *Jan. 9, 1873 13

Oct.

13, 1874 Indian Territory

68,152 68,991 Tahlequah. Iowa... 1,191,792 55,045 Des Moines.

Cyrus C. Carpenter

2500 1874 *Jan. 15, 1873

Oct.

14, 1873 Kansiis. 364,399 81,318 Topeka

Thomas A. Osborn,

2500 1875 Jan. 14, 1873

4, 1873 Kentucky. 1,321,011 37,680 Frankfort

Preston H. Leslie

5000 1875 *Jan. 4, 1873

4, 1873 Louisiana. 726 915 41,346 New Orleans, John McEnery.

1877.Jan. I, 1873

Nov.

3, 1874 Maine. 626,915 35,000 Augusta.

Sidney Perham...

2500

1874
Jan.
1, 1873

Sep. 8, 1873
Maryland.
780,894 11,124 Annapolis

W. Pinkney Whyte.

4500 1876 *Jan. 1, 1874

NOV.

4, 1873 Massachusetts. 1,457,351 7,800 Boston..

William B. Washburn.

5000

1874 Jan.

8, 1873 II Nov.

4, 1873 Michigan 1,184,059 56,451 Lansing.

John J. Bagley.

1500

1875 *Jan, 1, 1873

Nov.

3, 1874 Minnesota 439,70683,531 St. Paul..

Horace Austin......

3000 1874 Jan. 7. 1873

Nov.

4. 1873 Mississippi. 827,922 47,156 Jackson.

Ridgley C. Powers.

3000 1874 Jan. 27, 1873

4, 1873 Missouri 1,721,2951 65.350 Jefferson City.

Silas Woodson

2500

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3, 1874 Montana Territory. 39,895 143,776 Virginia City. Benjamin F. Potts.

2500 r., 1873 Dec,

I, 1873 Aug. 4, 1873 Nebraska 122,993

Robert W. Furnas.

1000 1875 *Jan. 5. 1872

Oct.

13, 1874 Nevada.

42,491 Carson City L. R. Bradley.

6000

1874 *Jan. 6, 1873

Nov.

4, 1873 New-llampshire. 318.300 9,280 Concord

Ezekiel A. Straw.

1000

né, 1873 June 4, 1873 Mar. 11, 1873 New Jersey 906,096 8.320 Trenton.

Joel Parker.

5000

an., 1874 Jan. 14, 1873

Nov.

4, 1873 New Mexico Territory 111,303 121,201 Santa Fé.

Marsh Giddings.

2500 Mar. 1873 * Dec. 1, 1873

i, 1873 New York

4.382,759 47,000 Albany. John A. Dix.

4000 Jan., 1875 Jan.

6, 1873

33

Nov. 4. 1873
North-Carolina
1,071,361 50,704 Raleigh

Tod R. Caldwell.

5000
Jan. 1877 Nov. 17, 1873

6, 1874
Ohio..
2,665,260 39.964 Columbus

Edward F. Noyes.

4000

1874 Jan.

2, 1873 20 Oct. 14, 1873
Oregon.

90,923
95.274 Salem.
Lafayette Grover

1500 1874 Ser. 14, 1874

Jun.

1, 1874 Pennsyivania 3,521,791 46,000 Harrisburg

John F. Hai tranft.

5000

1876 Jan, 7, 1873 27

Oct. 14, 1873 Rhode Island. 217-393 1,306 Newport and Prov. Seth Padelford

1000

Alay, 1873 Jan. 13, 1873 April 2, 1873
South Carolina..

34,000 Columbia,
Franklin J. Moses, Jr.

3500

Nov., 1874 Nov. 25, 1873
Tennessee.

1,258,520
45,600 Nashville
John C. Brown..

3000 1874 *Jan. 6. 1873

3, 1874 Texas. 818,579 274,356 Austin

Edmund J. Davis.

5000 1874 Jan. 14, 1873

4, 1873 Utah Territory. 99,400 88,056 Salt Lake City. George L, Woods.

2500

Mar. 1873 *Jan. 8, 1874 Aug. 4. 1873 Vermont, 330,551 10,212 Montpelier.

Julius Converse.

1000 Oct., 1874 *Oct. 7, 1874

1, 1874 Virginia 1,225,163 38,352 Richmond.

Gilbert C. Walker.

5000 1874 Dec.

4, 1873 Washington Territory. 37,402 69,994 Olympia.

Elisha P. Ferry

3000 1873 *Oct. 6, 1873 Nov.

3. 1874 West Virginia. 442,014 23,000 Charleston..

John J. Jacob.

2000

Jan., 1876 *Jan, 13, 1875 Aug. 27, 1874
Wisconsin.
1,054,670 53,924 Madison
Cadwalader C. Washburn.. 5000

Jan. 1874 Jan. I, 1873

Nov.

4, 1873 Wyoming Territory 11.518 88,000 Cheyenne.

John A. Campbell...

3000 4 Mar. 1873 *Nov. 4, 1873

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2, 1873 Democrats in Italico: Republicans in Roman. Governors of Territories are appointed by the President. *Legislature meets blennially. (a) Population of Territories includes Tribal Indians. (0) Commanding the military department of Columbia. (c) Contested by Joseph Brooks, Liberal. (d) Contested by W. P. Kellogg, Republican.

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