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(a) EU'Kistrution required in some counties, (b) In all cities, (c) In the cities of first, second '
"and third class, (d) Required in cities of 1,200 inhabitants or over, (e) In cities of 100,000 popu-


lation or over.



QUALIFICATIONS FOR SUFFRAGE. E6


QUALIFICATIONS FOR SUFFRAGE. CONTINUED.


REQUIREMENTS
FOK VOTERS IN THE
VARIOUS STATES.


PREVIOUS
RESIDENCE
REQUIRED.


Registration.


Ballot reform.


Excluded from
voting.


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NEVADA Citizens of United
States.

NEW HAMPSHIRE Citizens of
United States.

NEW JERSEY Citizens of Unit-
ed States.

NEW TORK Citizens who have
been such for 90 days.

NORTH CAROLINA Citizens of
United States who can read.

NORTH DAKOTA Citizens, or
aliens who have declared inten-
tion 1 year and not more than ti
prior to election, and civilized
Indians.
OHIO Citizens of the United
States.

OREGON White male citizens,
or aliens who have declared in-
tention 1 year before election.
PENNSYLVANIA Citizens at
least 1 month, and if 22 years old
must have paid tax within 2 yrs.
RHODE ISLAND Citizens of
United States.

SOUTH CAROLINA Citizens of
United States who can read.

SOUTH DAKOTA Citizens, or
aliens who have declared inten-
tion.
TENNESSEE Citizens who have
paid poll tax preceding year.

TEXAS Citizens, or aliens who
have declared intention t> months
before election.
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or felony, unamnestied confeder-
ates against the United States, In-
dians and Chinese.
Paupers (except honorably dis-
charged soldiers), persons excused
from paying taxes at their own re-
quest.
Paupers, insane, idiots and persons
convicted of crimes which exclude
them from being witnesses unless
pardoned.
3onvicted of bribery or any infa-
mous crime unless pardoned, bet-
ters on result of election, bribers
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or other infamous crimes, atheists.

Felons, Idiots, convicts unless par-
doned, United States soldiers and
sailors.

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diers and sailors, felons unless
restored to citizenship.
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Chinese, United States soldiers and
sailors.
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c orf citing right of suffrage, non-
taxpayers.
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of bribery or infamous crime until
restored.
Paupers, insane, idiots, convicted
of treason, dueling or other Infa-
mous crime.
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sane, convicted of treason or fel-
ony unless pardoned.
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mous crime, failure to pay poll tax.

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United States soldiers and sailors.

diots, insane, convicted of treason
>r violation of election laws.
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'rom United States service during
.he war, ex-confederates,
diots, lunatics, convicts unless
mrdoned by the legislature,
ndians not taxed.

'aupers. idiots, lunatics, convicts,
bribers, United States soldiers and
sailors,
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unless pardoned,
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(a) In cities of 3,000 population or over. (&) In cities of not less than 9.000 inhabitants,
(c) Nontaxpayers must resistor yearly before Dec. 31. (d) In towns having 1.000 voters and
counties where registration has been adopted by popular vote, (e) All counties having 60,000
inhabitants or over. (/) In cities of 10.000 or over.
In a more or less limited form, relating to taxation and school matters, woman suffrage
exists in Arizona, California, Delaware, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana. Kansas, Kentucky, Massa-
chusetts, Michigan, Minnesota. Montana, Nebraska. New Hampshire. New Jersey, North Da-
kota, Oklahoma. Oregon. South Dakota, Texas, Vermont, Washington and Wisconsin.



CHICAGO DAILY NEWS ALMANAC AND YEAH BOOK FOH 1903.



POPULAR VOTE FOR PRESIDENT (1824M900;.



1824 J. Q. Adams had 105,321 to 155,872 for
Jackson, 44.2S2 for Crawford and 46,587 for
Clay. Jackson over Adams, 50.551. Adams
less than combined vote of others, 141,420.
Of the whole vote Adams had 29.92 per
cent, Jackson 44.27, Clay 13.23, Crawford
12.58. Adams elected by house of repre-
sentatives.

1828 Jackson had 647,231 to 509,097 for J. Q.
Adams. Jackson's majority, 138.134. Of
the whole vote Jackson had 55.97 per cent,
Adams 44.03.

1832 Jackson had 687,502 to 530,189 for Clay
and 33,108 for Floyd and Wirt combined.
Jackson's majority, 124,205. Of the whole
vote Jackson had 54.96 per cent, Clay 42.39
and the others combined 2.65.

1836 Van Buren had 761,549 to 736,656, the
combined vote for Harrison, White, Web-
ster and Mangum. Van Buren's majority,
24,893. Of the whole vote Van Buren had
60.83 per cent and the others combined
49.17.

1840 Harrison had 1,275,017 to 1,128,702 for
Van Buren and 7,059 for Birney. Harri-
son's majority, 139.256. Of the whole vote
Harrison had 52.89 per cent, Van Buren
46.82 and Birney .39.

1844 Polk had 1,337,243 to 1,299,068 for Clay
and 62,300 for Birney. Polk over Clay,
38,175. Polk less than others combined.
24,125. Of the who'e vote Polk had 49.55
per cent, Clay 48.14 and Birney 2.31.

1848 Taylor had 1,360,101 to 1.220.544 for Cass
and 291,263 for Van Buren. Taylor over
Cass, 139,557. Taylor less than others com-
bined, 152,706. Of the whole vote Taylor
had 47.36 per cent, Cass 42.50 and Van
Buren 10.14.

1852 Pierce had 1.601,474 to 1,380,576 for
Scott, 156,149 for Halo and 1,670 for Dan-
iel Webster. Pierce over all. 63,079. Of
the whole vote Pierce had 50.90 per cent,
Scott 44.10 and Hale 4.97.

1856 Buchanan had 1,838,169 to 1,341,264 for
Fremont and 874.534 for Fillmore. Buchan-
an over Fremont, 496,905. Buchanan less
than combined vote of others, 377,629. Of
the whole vote Buchanan had 45.34 per
cent, Fremont 33.19 and Fillmore 21.57.

1860 Lincoln had 1,866,352 to 1,375,157 for
Douglas, 845,763 for Breckinridge and 589,-
681 for Bell. Lincoln over Douglas,
491,195. Lincoln less than Douglas and
Breekinridge combined, 354,568. Lincoln
less than combined vote of all others, 944,-
149. Of the whole vote Lincoln had 39.91
per cent, Douglas .29.40, Breckinridge 18.08
and Bell 12.61.

1864 Lincoln had 2,216.067 to 1,808,725 for Mc-
Clellan (eleven states not voting, viz.:
Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia,
Louisiana. Mississippi, North Carolina,
South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Vir-
ginia). Lincoln's majority, 407,342. Of the
whole vote Lincoln had 55.06 per cent and
McClellan 44.94.

1868 Grant had 3,015.071 to 2,709,613 for Sey-
mour (three states not voting, viz. : Missis-
sippi, Texas and Virginia). Grant's ma-
lorfty, 305.458. Of the whole vote Grant
had 52.67 per cent and Seymour 47.33.

1872 Grant had 3,597,070 to 2,834,079 for Gree-



ley, 29,408 for O'Conor and 5,608 for Black.
Grant's majority, 729,975. Of the whole
vote Grant had 55.63 per cent, Greeley
43.83, O'Conor .15. Black .09.

1876 Hayes had 4,033,950 to 4,284.885 for Til-
den, 81,740 for Cooper, 9,522 for Smith and
2,636 scattering. Tildeu's majority ovei
Hayes, 250,935. Tilden's majority of the
entire vote cast, 157,037. Hayes less than
the combined vote of others, 344,833. Of
the whole vote cast Hayes had 47.95 per
cent, Tilden 50.94, Cooper .97, Smith .11.
scattering .03.

1880 Garfield had 4,449,053 to 4,442,035 for
Hancock, 307,306 for Weaver and 12.576
scattering. Garfield over Hancock, 7,018.
Gariield less than the combined vote for
others, 313,864. Of the popular vote Gar-
field had 48.26 per cent. Hancock 48.25,
Weaver 3.33, scattering .13.

1884 Cleveland had 4,911,017 to 4.848,334 for

Blame, 151,809 for St. John, 133,825 for

Butler. Cleveland had over Blaine 62.683.

Cleveland had 48.48 per cent, Blaine 48.22

. St. John 1.56, Butler 1.33.



and 9,845 scattering. Harrison had 98,017
less than Cleveland. Of the whole vote
Harrison had 47.83 per cent. Cleveland
48.63, Flsk 2.21 and Streeter 1.28.

1892 Cleveland had 5,556,918 to 5,176.108 for
Harrison, 264,133 for Bidwell, 1,041,028 for
Weaver and 21.164 for Wing. Cleveland
had over Harrison 380,810. Of the whole
vote Cleveland had 45.73 per cent, Harri-
son 42.49, Bidwell 2.17 and Weaver 8.67.

1896 McKinley had 7,104,779, Bryan 6,502,925;
Levering, 132,007; Bentley, 13,969; Match-
ett, 36.274; Palmer.133,148. McKinley had
over Brjan 601,854 votes. Of the whole
vote McKinley had 50.49 per cent ana
Bryan 46.26.

1900 McKiniey had 7,217.810 to 6,357,826 for
Bryan, 208,791 for Woolley, 50,218 for
Barker, 87.769 for Debs. 39,944 for Mal-
loney, 518 for Leonard and 5,098 for Ellis.
McKinley over Bryan, 859,984; .MrKinley's
majority over all, 367,646. Of the whole
vote McKinley received 51.66 per cent and
Bryan 45.51 per cent.

Of the presidents, Adams, federalist: Polk,
Buchanan and Cleveland, democrats ; Taylor,
whig; Lincoln (first term), Hayes, Garfield
and Harrison, republicans, did not, when
elected, receive a majority of the popular
vote. The highest percentage of popular vote
received by any president was 55. 97 for Jack-
son, democrat, in 1828: the lowest. 39.91 for
Lincoln, republican, in 1860; Buchanan, dem-
ocrat, next lowest, with 45.34. Hayes and
Harrison, with ttfe exception of John Quincy
Adams, who was chosen by the house of
representatives, were the only presidents
ever elected who did not have a majority
over their principal competitors, and Tilden
and Cleveland the only defeated candidates
who had a majority over the president-elect.



Prior to 1824 electors were chosen by the
legislatures of the different states.



EASTER SUNDAY DATES.



1903

I'.KH



.April 12
..Aprils
. April 23



1906
1907
1908 ..................... April



...Aprillo

March .SI



1909 April 11

1910 March 27

litll April 1C,



HACK AND TF.XinUO OF FARMERS. 27


GREAT CEJTTERS OF INDUSTRY.

American cities ranked according to the value of their manufactures in 1900.

City. Value of products. C/f//. Value of products.
1. New York (Greater) $1.371,358,468 66. Grand Ranids Mich... S24.824.042


2. Chicago 888,786,311


67. Pawtucket R I ,24 080 3' 7 8


3. Philadelphia 603.466,526
4 Boston 206,081,767


68. Akron, 23*,610,U99
69. Portland Ore 23 451 132


5. Plttsburg 203,261,251


70. Johnstown, Pa 22*559 890


6. Baltimore 161,945.811
7. Cincinnati 157,806,834
8. Cleveland 139,949,806


71. Somerville, Mass 21,776,511
72. Los Angeles, Cal 21,297,537
73. Springfield, Mass 21,207,039
74. Newcastle, Pa 21,046,842
75. Elizabeth, N. J 20,546.468
76. Camden, N. J i 20,451.874
77. Yonkers, -N. Y 19,580,324
78. Utica N Y... 19550850


9. St. Louis 133,629,733
10. San Francisco 133,069,416
11. Newark 126,954.049
12. Milwaukee 123,786,449
13. Buffalo 122,230,061


14. Minneapolis 110,943,043


79. Erie, Pa 19053202


15 Detroit 100,892,838


80 Nashville Tenn . 18 367 323


16. Providence 88,168,897
17. Kansas City Kas 82,768,943


81. Memphis, Tenn 17,848,530
82 Allentown Pa 16 947 7 9 2


18. Louisville 79,286,390
19. Jersey City '. 77,225,116
20. .South Omaha, Neb 70,080,941


83. Wheeling, W. Va 16*747*544
84; Atlanta, Ga 16,721,899
85. Chester, Pa 16421725


21. Rochester, N. Y 69,129,820
22. Indianapolis 68,607,579
23. New Orleans 63,574,388
24 Allegheny Pa 54.136,967


86. Lancaster, Pa 16,370,281
87. Harrisburg, Pa 16,064,597
88. Woonsocket, R. 1 15,627.539
89. Sioux City Iowa 15 469 702


25. Worcester, Mass 53.348.783
26. Paterson, N: J .- 52,287,975
27. Peoria, 111 48,871,596
28 Lowell Mass 44,776 511


90. Fitchburg, Mass ,.. 14,253,522
91. South Bend, Ind 14,236,331
92. Evansville, Ind 14,193,320
93 Passaic N J 14 031 254


29 Lawrence Mass 44,703,278


94 Meriden Conn 13 485 640


30. Full River, Mass 43,071,530


95. Springfield 12777,173


31 Omaha Neb 42,991,876


96 Cedar Rapids Iowa 12 715 897


32. Lynn Mass 41,633,845


97. Binghamton N Y 12638547


33 Denver Col 41,368,698


98 Taunton Mass . 12 594 814


34. New Haven, Conn 40,762,015
35. Columbus 39,666,848


99. Rockford, III 12,586,116
100. Birmingham Ala . 12 581,066


36 Bayonne N. J 39,352,248


101 Fort Wayne Ind 12 525 222


37. Cambridge, Mass 39,164013


102 Racine Wis 12 502 796


38. St. Paul. .Minn 38,541,030
39. Bridgeport Conn 37,883,721


103. Xew Britain, Conn 12*260 J782
104. Canton, 12258427


40. Toledo, 37,372,355
41. McKeesport, Pa 37,074,136


105. Salem, Mass 12,257,449
106. Muncie Ind 12106648


42. Heading Pa 36902,511


107 Hoboken N J 12 092 872


43. Kansas City, Mo 36,527392


108. Tacoma Wash 12 029 497


44. Davton, O 35,697,695


109. Hamilton 12003316


45. Youngstown, 34,801,101
46. Wilmington Del 34,053,324


110. York, Pa 11,961,706
111. Sacramento Cal 11 785 621


47. Waterbury Conn 33,778905


112 North Adams Mass 11 682 663


48. East St. Louis, 111 33,559.611
49. Syracuse, N. Y 31,948.055
50. St. Joseph, Mo 31,690,736
51. Trenton, N. J 31,645,695
52. Hartford. Conn 31,145,715
53. Pueblo. Col 30,785,621
54. Richmond, Va 28.900,616


113. Cohoes, N. Y* Il*.636!l20
114. Chattanooga, Tenn 11,628800


115. Davenport, Iowa 11,573,670
116. Amsterdam, N. Y 11,502,316
117. Dallas, Tex 11,480,499
118. Portland, Me 11,440,201
119. Williamsport Me ... . 11199600


55. Troy, N Y 28209259


120 Nashua N H 11 037 676


56. Terre Haute, Ind 27,784,619
57. Joliet, 111 27,765,104
58. Scranton, Pa 27.646,418


121. Dubuque, Iowa 10*,952,204
122. Anderson, Ind 10,941,854
123 Wilkesbarre Pa 10 758 348


59. Manchester, N* H 26.607,600


124 Houston Tex 10641575


60. Brockton. Mass 26,384,881
61. Seattle, Wash 26.373.402
62. Holvoke, Mass 26,283,964


125. Duluth, Minn 10628,957


126. Auburn, N. Y 10,591,109
127 Des Moines Iowa . 10 488 189


63. New Bedford. Mass 25,681,671


128 Augusta Ga 10*068750


64. Albany, N. Y 24,992,021
65. Havcrhill Mass 24,937073


129. Saginaw, Mich 10,034,499




RACE AND TENURE OF FARMERS.


June 1, 1900. white farmers operated 4.970.-
129 farms, with a total of 798,908,187 acres,
valued at $19,961.431.889. exclusive of prod-
nets; negroes operated 746.717 farms, or 38,-
233.933 acres, value $499,94:!. 734; Indians,
19,910 farms, 3.433 5C8 acres, value $'',8,239,478;
Chinese, 1,812 farms. 117,444 acres, value


$10,969,914; Japanese, 570 farms, 21,174 acres,
value $992.035: Hawaiians. 489 farms, 487,-
240 acn s. value $2.424,788. Of th>e whole num-
ber of persons operating farms. 3,149,344
were owners. 451.515 part owners. 53.299
owners and tenants. 59.213 managers, 762,-
920 cash tenants and 1,273,366 share tenants.



28 CHICAGO DAILY NEWS ALMANAC AND YKAK BOOK FOR 1903.


PRESIDENTS AND THEIR CABINETS.


PRESIDENTS

AND

VICE-PRESIDENTS.


Inaugu-
rated.


Secretaries of state.


Secretaries of the
treasury.


Secretaries of war.




1781
1781


T. Jefferson 178!)
E.Randolph 1794
T. Pickering 1795


Alex. Hamilton. .1789
Oliver Wolcott . .1795


Henry Knox...1789
T. Pickering. ..1795
Jas. Mcllenry.,1796


John Adams


John Adams


179-
179~


T. Pickering 1797
John Marshall. . .1800


Oliver Wolcott... 179"
Samuel Dexter 1801


Jas. McIIenry . . 171T
John Marshal 1.1800

Sam'l Dexter. .1800
R. Griswold 1801








LSI)


James Madison. .1801




H. Dearborn... 1801




ism


Albert Gallatin 1801




1805








1809
1809
1813

1817
1817


Robert Smith.... 1809
James Monroe.. .1811


Albert Gallatin. .1809
G W Campbell 1814


Wm. Eustis. ...1809
J. Armstrong.. 1813
James Monroe. 1814
W.H.Crawford 1815






A.J.Dallas 1814
W. H. Crawford. 18M




"James Monroe
*Danicl D. Tompkins


J.Q.Adams 1817


W.H. Crawford. 1817


Isaac Shelby... 1817
Geo. Graham.. 1817
J. C. Calhoun.. 1817




John Q. Adams
John C. Calhoun


1825
1S.T


Henry Clay 1825


Richard Rush... .1825


Jas. Barbour. ..1825

Peter B.Porter.l8->8


Andrew Jackson
},I ohn C. Calhoun


isui

1S'
1833


M. Van Buren.... 1829
E.Livingston.... 1831


Sam. D. lngham.1831
Louis McLane. . ..1831
W. J. Duane. 1833


JuhnH. Eaton. 1829
Lewis Cass 1831
B. F. Butler. . 1837




John Forsyth.... 1834


Roger B. Taney..lS33
Lev! Woodbury.,1834






1837
1837


John Forsyth. . . 1837


LeviWoodbury.,1837


Joel R.Poinsettl837






tWilliam H. Harrison
John Tyler


1841
1,841


Daniel Webster.. 1841


Thos. Ewing 1841


John Bell 1841




1841


Daniel Webster.. 1841
Hugh S. Legare.,1843
Abel P. Upshur.,1843
John C. Calhoun.1844


Thos. Ewing.. 1841


John Bell 1841




Walter For ward. 1841
John C. Spencer.-1843
Geo.M. Bibb 1844


John McLean.. 1841
J. C. Spencer... 1841
Jas. M. Porter.. 1843
Wm. Wilkins.,1844




1845
1845


James Buchananl845


Robt. J. Walker. 1845


Wm. L. Marcy.1845






tZaehary Taylor


1849
1849


John M. Clayton. 1849


Wni.M.Meredithl849


G.W. Crawford.1849


Millard Fillmore


Millard Fillmore


1850


Daniel Webster..l850
Edward Everett.,1852


Thomas Corwiu..l850


C. M.Conrad... 1850


Franklin Pierce
tWilliam R. King


1853
1853


W.L.Marcy 1853


James Guthrie. ..1853


Jefferson Davis 1853


J ames Buchanan
John C. Breckinridge


S57
1857


jewisCass 1857
J. 8. Black 1st*)


Howell Cobb 18.57
Philip F.Thomas.l80U
John A. Dix 1801


John B. Floyd.. 1857
Joseph Holt 1801




8til
801
1805


W. H. Seward....l861


Salmon P. Chase. 1861
W.P. Fessenden.1804
Hugh McCulloch.1805


S. Cameron 1801
E. M. Stan ton.. Lsffi




Andrew Johnson


Andrew Johnson


805


W.H.Se ward.... 1805


HughMcCulloch.1805


E. M. Stanton.,1805
U.S. Grant 1807
L. Thomas 1808
J. M. Schoneld.1808


Ulysses S Grant


809
SOU


E. B.Washburne.1869
Hamilton Fish.. .1809


Geo.S.Boutwell. 1869
W.A.Richardson.1873
Benj.J. Bristow.1874
Lot M. Merrill... 1870


J. A. Rawlins.,1809
W.T.Sherman. 1809
W.W. Belknap.1808
Alphonso Taf 1. 1870
J. D. Cameron. 187(5


Schuyler Colfax




873




Rutherford B. Hayes
Wi ilium A. Wheeler


1S77
1877


W. M. Evarts....l877


John Sherman. . .1877


G. W. McCrary.1877
Alex. Ramsey.. 1879


(Continued on page 30.)
Elected two consecutive terms. fDied while in office, t Resigned.



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PRESIDENTS AND THEIR CABINETS.-CONTINUED.


Secretaries of the

1M ('(/.


Secretaries of the
interior.*


Postmasters-
general.^


Attorney-
generals.






Samuel Osgood 1789
Timothy PickeringlTill
Jos. Hahersham....l796


E. Randolph 1789
Wm. Brad ford... 1794
Charles Lee 1795


Benjamin Stoddert. ...1798




Jos. Uabersham 1797


Charles Lee 1797
Theo. Parsons. ..1801


Benjamin Stoddert.... 1801
Robert Smith .. ..1801




Jos. Habersham...l801
Gideon Granger... 1801


Levi Lincoln 1801
Robt. Smith 1805
John Breck-
inridge 1805


Jacob Crowninsuield..l8U5


C.A.Rodney 1807


Paul Hamilton 18Uf




Gideon Granger. ..1809
R. J. Meigs, Jr. 1814


C.A.Rodney 1809
Wm. Pinckney...l811
William Rush.. ..1814


William Jones 1813


B. W. Crowninshield. .1814


B. W. Crowninshield.. 1817
Smith Thompson 1818




R. .T. Meigs, Jr 1817
John McLean 1823


William Rush.... 1817
William Wirt.... 1817


8. L. Southard 1823


S. L. Southard 1825




John McLean 1825


William Wirt.... 1825


John Branch 182S
LeviWoodbury . ..1831




Wm. T. Barry 1829
Amos Kendall 1835


JohnM. Berrien. 1829
Roger B. Taney. .1831
B. F.Butler 1833


Mull Ion Dicker son 1834




Mablon Dickerson 1837




Amos Kendall 1837
JohnM. Niles 1840


B. F. Butler 1837
Felix Grundy.. ..1838
H. D. Gilpin 1840


George E. Badger 1841




Francis Granger. ..1841


J. J. Crittenden.1841


George E . Badger 1841
Abel P. Upshur 1841
David Henshaw . .1843




Francis G ranger. ..1841
C. A. Wicklifle 1841


J. J. Crittenden 1841
Hugh S. Legare..l841
John Nelson 184S


Thomas W. Gilmer.. . .1844
John Y. Mason 1844


George Bancroft 1845




Cave Johnson 1845


John Y. Mason.. 1845
Nathan Clifford. .1846
Isaac Toucey 1848




William B. Preston . . .1849


Thomas Ewing 1849


Jacob Collamer . ... 1849


Reverdy Johnsonl849


William A. Graham.. .1850
John P. Kennedy 1852


Thomas A.Pearce..l850
T.M.T McKernonlSoO
A. H.H.Stuart.... 1850


Nathan K. Hall. ...1850
Sam D. Hubbard.. .1852


J. J. Crittenden.,1850


James C. Dobbin 1853


Robt. McClelland. .1853



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