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VENEZUELA— Francis B. Loomis, E. E. and M.
P., Caracas. W. W. Russell, Sec of Leg. Lt. Chas.
L. Collins, Mil. Att.



* Accredited also to Costa Rica and Salvador.
+ Accredited also to Uruguay.
X Accredited also to Greece and Servia.
9 Accredited also to Costa Rica and Nicaragua.
I Accredited also to Greece and Roumania.
5 Born in the legation at Madrid when his
father was Minister to Spain.
** Acorc dited also to Paraguay.



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CEYLON, India-William Morey.
CHARLOTTETOWN, Prince Ed. I.-D. J. Vail.
CHATHAM. Ontario-C. E. Monteith.
CHEFOO, China- John Fowler.
CHEMNITZ, Germany -J. C. Monaghan.
CHIHUAHUA, Mexico-W. W. Mills.
CHIN KIANG, China— William Martin.
CHRISTIANIA, Norway-Henry Bordewicb.
CHUNGKING, China- G. F. Smithere.
CIENFUEGOS, Cuba— W. T. Fee.
CIUDAD JUAREZ, Mexico-C. W. Kindrick.
CU'DAD PORFIRIO DIAZ, Mex.-C. P. Snyder.
CLIFTON, Ontario-H. W. Brush.
COATICOOK, Quebec- Joel Linsley.
COBURG. Germany-O. J. D. Hughes.
COLOGNE, Germany— J. A. Barnes.
COLON, Colombia- W. W. Cobbs.
COLONIA, Uruguay-B. D. Manton.
CONSTANTINOPLE, Turkey— *C. M. Dickensen.
COPENHAGEN, Denmark- J. C. Ingersoll.
CORK, Ireland— Daniel Swiney.
CORUNNA, Spain-Julio Harmony.
CREFELD, Germany-Julian Phelps.
CURASAO, West Indics-L. B. Smith.



DAWSON CITY. N. W. Ter.-J. C. McCook.
DEMERARA, British Guiana-G. ±1. Moulton.
DRESDEN, Germany— *C. L. Cole.
DUBLIN, Ireland- Joshua Wilbour.
DUNDEE. Scotland-J. C. Higgins.
DUMFERMLINE, Scotland— J. N. McCunn.
DURANGO, Mexico-W. H. Faulkner.
DUSSELDORF, Germany-G. E. Petit.
EDINBURGH, Scotland-Rufus Fleming.
ERZERUM, Armenia -Leo Bergholz.
FALMOUTH, England-Howard Fox.
FLORENCE, Italy— E. C. Cramer.
FORT ERIE, Ontario-Ossian Bedell.
FRANKFORT, Germany- *Richard Guenther.
FREIBURG, Baden-E. T. Liefeld.
FUCHAU, China-S. L. Gracey.
FUNCHAL, Madeira-T. C. Jones.
GASPfe BASIN, Quebec— A. F. Dickson.
GENEVA. Switzerland-B. H. Ridgely.
G EN OATltaly— James Fletcher.
GHENT, Belgium-H. C. Morris.
GIBRALTAR, Spain-H. J. Sprague.
GLASGOW Scotland -8. M. Taylor.
GLAUCHAU, Germany— George 8awter.
GOREE-DAKAR, Africa-Peter Strickland.
GOTHENBURG, Sweden-R. S. 8. Bergh.
GRENOBLE, France— G. B. Anderson.
GUADELOUPE, West Indies-L. H. Ayme.
GUATEMALA, Cent. America— *A. M. Beaupre.
GUAYAQUIL, Ecuador-* P. M. De Leon.
GUELPff, Ontario-C. N. Daly.
HALIFAX, Nova Scotia-*J. G. Foster.
HAMBURG, Germany-Hugh Pitcairn.
HAMILTON, Bermuda-W. M. Greene.
HAMILTON, Ontario-J. M. Shepard.
HANKAU, China-L. 8. Wilcox.
HANOVER, Germany— W. K. Anderson.
HAVRE, France— A. M. Thackara.
HOBART. Tasmania -A. G. Webster.
HONG KONG, China-*Rounsevillc Wildman.
HONOLULU, Hawaii-*William Heywood.
HUDDERSFIELU, England— B. F. Stone.
HULL, England-W. P. Smyth.
IQUIQUE, Chili-J/W. Merriam.
JERUSALEM, Syria-Selah MerriU.
KEHL, Germany-M. J. Baehr.
KINGSTON, Jamaica-L. A. Dent.
KINGSTON, Ontario-M. H. Twitchell.
LA GUAYRA, Venezuela-Louis Goldschmidt.
LA PAZ, Mexico— E. H. Cheney.
LA ROCHELLE, France— G. H. Jackson.
LEEDS, England— Lewis Dexter.
LEGHORN, Italy— J. A. Smith.
LEIPSIC, Germany— B. H. Warner, Jr.
LIEGE, Belgium— A. A. Winslow.
LIS BON, Portugal J. H. Thieri-t.
LIVERPOOL, England-James Boyle.
LONDON, England-*W. M. Osborne.
LONDON, Ontario-H. S. Culver.
LOUR EN CO, Mayaguez, Portugal- W. S. Hollis.
LYONS, France— J. C. Covert.
MAGDEBURG, Germany -H. W. Diederich.
MAINZ, Germany— Walter Schuman.
MALAGA, Spain - R. M. Bartleman.
MALTA (Island)-J. H. Grout, Jr.
MANAGUA, Nicaragua— Chester Donaldson.
MANCHESTER, England-W. F. Grinnell.
MANILA, Philippine Islands -O. F. Williams.
MANNHEIM, Germany-W\ J. Hoffman.
MARACAIBO, Venezuela— E. H. Plumacher.
MARSEILLES, France- K. P. Skinner.
MARTINIQUE, West Indies -G. L. Darte.
MATAMOROS, Mexico- P. M. Griffith.
MATANZAS, Cuba -Henry D. Say lor.
MAZATLAN, Mexico— Louis K*»iser.
MEDELL1N. Colombia— Thomas Herran.
MELBOURNE, Australia-* J. P. Bray.
MESSINA, Italy-C. M. Caughy.
MEXICO, Mexico -*A. D. Barlow.
MILAN, Italy-William Jarvis.
MONTEREll Mexico— *J. K. Pollard.
MONTEVIDEO, Uruguay— A. W. Swalm.
MONTREAL, Quebec— *J. L. Bittinger.
MORA YIA, Liberia-*0. L. W. Smith.



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MOSCOW, Russia- Thomas Smith.
MOZAMBIQUE, Africa-W. S. Hollis.
MUNICH, Germany- O. G. Pierie.
NAGASAKI. Japan -C. B. Harris.



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QUEBEC, Quebeo-W. W. Henry.
REICH EN BERG, Bohemia- F. W. Mahin.
RHEIMS, France- W. A. Prickitt.
RIGA, Russia— N. P. A. Bornholdt.
RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil— *Eugene Seeder.
ROME, Italy-*Hector de Castro.
ROSARIO, Argentina— J. M. Avers.
ROTTERDAM, Netherlands - Soren Listoe.
ROUEN, France-H. R. Bisrelow.
8AGUA LA GRANDE, Cuba— W. B. Barker.
SALTILLO, Mexico— C. B. Towle.
SAN JOSE, Costa Rica- J. C. Caldwell.
SAN JUAN DEL NORTE, Nicaragua-W. B. Sors-

8AN JUAN, Puerto Rico-P. C. Hanna.
SAN SALVADOR, Salvador- John Jenkins.
SANTIAGO, Cuba-P. F. Hyatt.
8ANTO DOMINGO, West Indies-*C. L. Maxwell.
SEOUL, Korea— *H. N. Allen.
SHANGHAI, China— *John Goodnow.
8HEFFIELD, Enu land— James Johnston.
8HERBROOKE, Quebec-Paul Lang.



SIERRA LEONE, West Africa-J. T. Williams.
SINGAPORE, Straits Settlements— E. S. Pratt.
8IVA8. Turkey— M. A. Jewett.
SMYRNA. Turkey— R. W. Lane.
SOLINGEN, Germany— E. Z. Brodowski.
SOUTHAMPTON, England-J. E. Hopley.
ST. ETIENNE, France— H. 8. Brunot.
ST. GALL. Switzerland- *J. T.Dubois.
ST. HELENA (Island)-R. P. Pooley.
ST. JOHN. New Brunswick-I. B. Myers.
ST. JOHNS, Newfoundland— M. J. Carter.
ST. JOHNS, Quebec-Charles Deal.
8T. MARTIN, West Indies- D. C. Van Romondt.
ST. MICHAELS, Azores-G. H. Pickerell.
8T. PETERSBURG, Russia- *W. R. Holloway.
ST. STEPHEN, N. Brunswick-C. A. McCullougrh.
ST. THOMAS, Ontario-M. J. Burke.
ST. THOMAS, West Indies-Mahlon Van Home.
STETTIN, Germany— J; E. Kehl.
STOCKHOLM, Sweden- *E. D. Winslow.
STRATFORD, Ontario-A. M. Seyfert.
STUTTGART, Germany-E. H. Ozmun.
SWANSEA, Wales-G. W. Prees.
SYDNEY, New South Wales - G. W. Bell.
SYDNEY, Nova8cotia-G. N. West.
TAHITI, Society Islands— J. L. Doty.
TAMATAVE, Madagascar- M. W. Gibbe.
TAMP1CO, MexJco-S. E. Ma^ill.
TAMSUI. Formosa— J. W. Davidson.
TANGIER, Morocco -♦S. R. Gummere.
TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras-F. H. Allison.
TEHERAN, Persia-*A. S. Hardy.
TKNERIFFE. Canary Isl.-Sol. Berliner.
THREE RIVERS, Quebec-U. J. Ledoux.
TIEN-TSIN, China-J. W. Ragsdale.
TORONTO, Ontario-W. L. Sewell.
TRIESTE, Austria-F. W. Hossfeld.
TRINIDAD, West Indies- Alvin Smith.
TUNSTALL, England-W. H. Bradley.
TURIN, Italy-Percy McElrath.
TURKS ISLAND, W. I.- H. H. Ellis.
TUXPAN, Mexico -A. B.Jones.
UTILLA, Honduras— Benjamin Johnston.
VALPARAISO, Chili-J. F. Caples.
VANCOUVER, British Columbia- L. E. Dudley.
VENICE. Italy-H. A. Johnson.
VERA CRUZ, Mexico- W. W. Canada.
VICTORIA, British Columbia-A. E. Smith.
VIENNA, Austria-*C. B. Hurst.
WARSAW, Russia-Joseph Rawicz.
WINDSOR, Nova Scotia- J. T. Hoke.
WINDSOR, Ontario— J. G. Lay.
WINNIPEG, Manitoba-H. H. Graham.
WOODSTOCK, New Brunswick-F. C. Denison.
YARMOUTH. Nova Siotia-R. H. Ford.
YOKOHAMA, Japan-*J. K. Gowry.
ZANZIBAR, Africa-J. C. Billheimer.
ZITTAU, Germany- W. K. Herzojr.
ZURICH, Switzerland-Adam Lieberknecht.



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Consuls in New York

REPRESENTING FOREIGN COUNTRIES.



ARGENTINE REPUBLIC-CarlosRohl, Consul-
General. Felix L. de Castro, V ice-Consul, 86 South
William street, room 38. . .* *~~. «* «** I

AUSTRIA-HUNGARY-FranciscusStockinger,
Consul-General. Otto L. Eberhard, Vice-Consul,
33 Broadway, room 26.

BELGIUM-Charles Mall, Consul. Pierre Mall,
Vice-Consul, 329 Broadway.

BOLIVIA— Alejandro Santos, Hon. Consul-Gen-
eral, 19 Whitehall street.

BRAZIL— Antonio F. Xavier, Consul-General.
Antonio Guimaraes, Vice-Consul, 24 State street.

CHILI— Federico A. Beelen, Consul-General,
135 West 11th street.

CHINA— Chung* Pao-Hsi, Acting Consul, 26 West
9th street.

COLOMBIA- Climaco Calderon, Consul-Gener-
al, 24 State street.

COSTA RICA— Juan J. Ulloa, Consul-General,
76 Broad street.

DENMARK— L. O. G. Amundsen, Vice-Consul,
69 Wall street.

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC-A. Wos y Gil, Con-
sul-General. Santiago Porcella, Vice-Consul, 31
Broadway.

ECUADOR— Miguel Valverde, Consul-General.
Victor Louis Delgado, Vice-Consul, 24 State street.

EGYPT— See Turkey.

FRANCE— Francois E. Bruwaert, Consul-Gen-
eral. 35 South William street.

GERMAN EMPIRE— August FeigeL Consul-
General. Ferdinand Ritschl, Consul. Dr. Paul
Falcke, Vice-Consul, 2 Bowling Green.

GREAT BRITAIN - Percy Sanderson, Consul-
General. Andrew P. Bennett, Consul. Charles
Alexander Spencer Perceval, First Vice-Consul.
Second Vice-Consul, J. P. Smi there, 24 State street.
Office for shipping seamen, 2 State street.

GREECE -Demetrius N. Botassi, Consul-Gener-
al, 35 South William street.

GUATEMALA— Dr. Joaquin Yela, Consul-Gen-
eral, 4 Stone street.

HAITI— Joseph Nicolas, Consul-General. Ebe-
nezer D. Bassett, Vice-Consul, 35 South William
street.

ITALY— Giovanni Branch!, Consul-General. Al-



berto M. U. Albert!, Vice-Consul. AppoUinare
Burdese, Vice-Consul, 24 State street.

JAPAN— Shimamura Hisashl, Consul-General.
Sadazuchi Uchida, Consul, Bennett Building, Ful-
ton and Nassau streets.

KOREA— Everett Frazar, Hon. Consul-General,
63 Wall street.

LIBERIA -Frederick W. Yates, Consul, 17 Wil-
liam street.

MEXICO— Juan N. Navarro, Consul-General, 35
Broadway. Ramon V. Williams, Vice-Consul, 35
Broadway.

MONACO— James Dupas, Consul, 35 South Wil-
liam street.

NETHERLANDS— John R. Planten, Consul-
General. William M. B. Gravenhorst, Vice-Con-
sul. 17 William street.

NO R WAY— Matte Amein, Temp. Consul. Chris-
topher Ravn, Vice-Consul, 24 State street.

ORANGE FREE STATE-Charles D. Pierce,
Consul-G eneral .

PARAGUAY— Felix Aucaigne, Consul-General.
William Evarts Richards. Consul, 309 Broadway.

PERSIA— H. Ruthven Pratt, Consul-General, 20
Broad street.

PERU— Federico Bergmann, Consul-General.
F. Perez de Velasco, Consul, 25 Whitehall street.

PORTUGAL-L. A. de M. P. de A. Taveira,
Consul-General. Adelino Antonio Ferreira, Vice-
Consul, Produce Exchange B. 11.

RUSSIA— Vladimir Teplow, Consul-General.
Christian G. Peterson, Vice-Consul, 22 State
street.

SI AM— I. T. Smith, Consul-General, 115 Broad-
way.

SPAIN— Art uro Baldasano y Topete, Consul-
General. Mariano Fabregas ySotelo, Vice-Consul,
4 Stone street.

SWEDEN-Matte Amein, Temp. Consul. Chris-
topher Ravn, Vice-Consul. 24 State street.

SWITZERLAND — J. Bertschmann, Consul.
James E. Robert, Vice-Consul, 69 Beaver street.

TURKEY— Mundji Bey, Consul. Assim Bey,
Vice-Consul, 24 State street.

URUGUAY— T. A. Eddy, Consul. W. B. Flint,
Vice-Consul, 66 Broad street.

VENEZUELA— Antonio E. Delfino, Consul-Gen-
eral. Cezar Zumeta, Vice-Consul, 18 Broadway.



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Governors of the Several States and Territories.



Ptates and
Territories.



Capitals.



Governors.



Term
or serv-
ice.
Years.



Expiration
of Term.



Salary



STATES.

Alabama Montgomery Joseph F. Johnston.;.. 2

Arkansas Little Rock Daniel W. Jones 2

California Sacramento Henry T. Gage 4

Colorado Denver Charles 8. Thomas 2

Connecticut Hartford George E. Lounsbury. . 2

Delaware Dover Ebe W. Jumell 4

Florida. Tallahassee Wm. D. Bloxham 4

Georgia Atlanta Allen D. Candler 2

Idaho Boise Frank 8teunenberg.. . . 2

Illinois Springfield John R. Tanner 4

Indiana Indianapolis James A. Mount 4

Iowa Des Moines L. M. Shaw 2



Dec. 1,1888 $3,000

Jan.,1899 3,000

Jan.,1908 6,000

Jan.,1901 5,000

Jan.,1901 4,00Oi

Jan.,1901 2,600

Jan.,1901 8,500

Nov.1,1898 2,000

Jan.,1901 3,000

Jan.,1901 6,000

Jan.,1901 5,000

Jan.,1900 8,000



Kansas Topeka.



W. E. Stanley.



Kentucky Frankfort W. O. Bradley 4

Louisiana Baton Rouge Murphy J. Foster 4

Maine Augusta Llewellyn Powers 2

Maryland Annapolis Lloyd Lowndes 4

Massachusetts Boston Roger Wolcott 1

Michigan Lansing Hazen S. Pingree 2

Minnesota St. Paul John Lind 2

Mississippi Jackson A. J. McLaurin 4

Missouri Jefferson City Lon. V. Stephens 4

Montana Helena Robert B. Smith 4

Nebraska Lincoln W. J. Poynter 2

Nevada Carson City Reinhold Sadler 4

New Hampshire Concord Frank W. Rollins 2

New Jersey Trenton Foster M. Voorhees 3

New York Albany Theodore Roosevelt... . 2

North Carolina Raleigh Daniel L. Russell 4

North Dakota Bismarck F. B. Fancher 2

Ohio Columbus Asa 8. Bushnell 2

Oregon Salem W. P. Lord 4

Pennsylvania Harrisburg William A. Stone 4

Rhode Island Providence Elisha Dyer 1

South Carolina Columbia W. H. Ellerbe 2

South Dakota Pierre * Andrew B. Lee 2

Tennessee Nashville Benton McMillin 2

Texas Austin Joseph D. Sayers 2

Utah Salt Lake City Heber M. Wells 4

Vermont Montpelier Josiah Grout 2

Virginia Richmond J. Hodge Tyler 4

Washington Olympia. John R. Rogers 4

West Virginia Charleston G. W. Atkinson 4

Wisconsin Madison Edward Scofleld 2

Wyoming Cheyenne De Forest Richards 4



2_Jan.,1901 3,000,



Dec.10,1889 5,000

April,1900 4,000

Jan.,1899 2,000

Jan.,1900 > 4,500

Jan.,1900 8,000

Jan.,1901 4,000

Jan.,1901 6,000

Jan.,1900 8,500

Jan.,1901 5,000

Jan.,1901 5,000

Jan.,1901 2,500

Jan.6,1906 4,000

Jan.,1901 2,000

Jan. 20,1902 10,000

Jan. 1,1901 10,000

Jan.l, 1901 3,000

Jan.1,1901 3,000

Jan., 1898 (2d Mon.) .... 8,000

Jan.,1899 1,500

Jan., 1901 (8d Mon.) .... 10,000

May26,1898 3,000

Dec.,1900 3,050

Jan.,1901 2,500

Jan.,1901 4,000

Jan.,1901 4,000

Jan.,1900 2,000

Oct. 7, 1896 1,600

Dec.81,1901 5,000

Jan :1901 4,000

Mar.,1901 2,000

Jan.,1901 5,000

Jan.7,1908 2,500



TBRBITORIE8.

Alaska* Sitka John G. Brady 4

Arizona* Phoenix Myron H. McCord 4

Indian Territory*'

NewMexico* Santa Fe Miguel A. Otero 4 June7,1901 2,600

Oklahoma* Guthrie Cassius M. Barnes 4 May 12, 1901 2,600



June 23, 1901 3,000

Julyl9,1901 2,600



* Governors nominated by the President and confirmed by the Senate.

t The various nations of the Indian Territory have elective tribal governments based on that of
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Political Affairs.

The Presidential Succession.

The Presidential succession is fixed by chapter 4 of the acts of the Forty-ninth Congress, first
session. In case of the removal, death, resignation, or inability of both the President and Vice-Presi-
dent, then the Secretary of State shall act as President until the disability of the President or Vice-
President is removed or a President is elected. If there be no Secretary of State, then the Secretary
of the Treasury will act, and the remainder of the order of succession is : The Secretary of War,
Attorney-General, Postmaster-General, Secretary of the Navy, and Secretary of the Interior. The
acting President must, upon taking- office, oonvene Congress, if not at the time in session, in extraor-
dinary session, giving twenty days' notice. This act applies only to such cabinet officers as shall
have been appointed by the advice and consent of the Senate and are eligible under the Constitution
to the Presidency.

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8 Paternal sg J S 3 Place and Time $ §>

Name. Birthplace. fcn Ancestry. «$ >* < * of Death. >< «<

George Washington. Westmoreland Co., Va.1732 English... Va... 1789 57 F..Mt. Vernon, Va.... 1799 67

John Adams Quincy, Mass 1735 English... Mass 1797 62 F.. Quincy, Mass 1826 90

Thomas Jefferson.... Shad well, Va 1743 Welsh Va...l801 58 R. . Monticello, Va 1826 83

James Madison Port Conway, Va. 1751 English... Va... 1809 58 R..Montpelier, Va 1838 85

James Monroe Westmoreland Co., Va . 1758 Scotch. . . . Va, . . 1817 59 R. . New York City 1831 73

John Quincy Adams.Quincy, Mass 1767 English. . . Mass 1825 58 R. .Washington, D. C. 1848 80

Andrew Jackson ....Union Co., N.C 1767 Sc~ T - J ih.Tennl829 62 D.. Hermitage, Tenn.. 1845 78

Martin Van Buren...Kinderhook, N. Y 1782 D ...N. Y.1837 55 D.. Linden wold, N. Y.. 1862 79

William H. Harrison. berkeley, Va 1773 E ...0....1841 68 W.Washington, D.C.. 1841 68

John Tyler Greenway, Va 1790 E ...Va...l841 51 D.. Richmond, Va 1862 72

James K. Polk Mecklenburg Co., N. C.1795 S< fo.Tennl845 50 D.. Nashville, Ten n. . . . 1849 53

Zachary Taylor Oranare Co., Va 1784 E ...La. .1849 65 W.Washington, D. C. 1850 65

Millard Fillmore Summer Hill, N. Y 1800 E ...N. Y.1850 50 W.BufTalo, N. Y 1874 74

Franklin Pierce Hillsboro, N. H 1804 E ...N. H.1853 49 D.Coucord, N. H 1869 64

James Buchanan .... Cove Gap, Pa. 1791 S< to. Pa... 1857 66 D.. Wheatland, Pa 1868 77

Abraham Lincoln.... Larue Co., Ky 1809 E ... 111... 1861 52 R.. Washington, D. C. 1865 56

Andrew Johnson . . . .Raleigh, N. C. 1808 E . . .Tennl865 57 R.. Carter 'sDepot.Ten. Ib75 66

Ulysses S. Grant Point Pleasant, O 1822 S< ...D. C.1869 47 R.. Mt. McGregor, N.Y. 1885 63

Rutherford B.Hayes.Delaware, 1822 S< ...0....1877 54 R.. Fremont, 1893 70

James A. Garfield. ..Cuyahoga Co., 1831 Ev^. „,«... O.... 1881 49 R..Long Branch. N.J. 1881 49

Chester A. Arthur.. . Fairfield, Vt 1830 Sco.-Irish.N. Y.1881 51 R.. New York City 1886 56

Grover Cleveland.... Caldwell, N.J 1837 English... N. Y.1885 48 D

Benjamin Harrison.. North Bend, O 1833 English. ..Ind.. 1889 55 R.

Grover Cleveland.... Caldwell, N.J 1837 English... N. Y.1893 56 D

William McKinley...Niles,0 1843 Sco.-Irish.O.... 1897 54 R.



Vice-Presidents.

Paternal Resi-

Name. Birthplace. Year. Ancestry. dence.

John Adams Quincy, Mass 1735 English Mass.

Thomas Jefferson.... Shad well, Va 1743 Welsh Va.

Aaron Burr Newark, N.J 1753 English N.Y.

George Clinton Ulster Co., N. Y 1739 English N.Y.

El bridge Gerry Murblphead, Mass 1744 English Mass.

Daniel D. Tompkins. Scarsdale, N. Y 1774 English N.Y.

John C. Calhoun Abbeville, 8. C 1782 Scotch-Irish... 8. C.

Martin Van Buren. .Kinderhook, N. Y 17H2 Dutch N.Y.

Richard M. Johnsou.. Louisville, Ky 1780 English Ky.

John Tyler Greenway, Va 1790 English Va.

George M. Dallas Philadelphia, Pa. 1792 English Pa.

Millard Fillmore Summer Hill, N. Y 1800 English N.Y.

William R. King Sampson Co., N. C 1786 English Ala.

John C. Breckinridge Lexington, Ky 1821 Scotch Ky.

Hannibal Hamlin .... Paris, Me 1809 English Me.

Andrew Johnson Raleigh, N. C 1808 English Tenn.

Schuyler Colfax New. York City, N. Y. . . 1823 English Ind.

Henry Wilson Farmington. N. H 1812 English Mass.

William A. Wheeler. Malone, N.Y 1819 English N.Y.

Chester A. Art hur. . . . Fairfield, Vt 1830 Scotch-Irish.. .N. Y.

Thomas A. HendricksMuskingum Co., O 1819 Scotch-Irish... Ind.

Levi P. Morton Shorehara, Vt 1824 Scotch N, Y.

AdlaiE. Stevenson... Christian Co., Ky 1835 Scotch-Irish... 1 11.

Garret A. Hobart.... Long Branch, N.J 1844 English N.J.

♦ F, Federal ; R, Republican ; D, Democrat ; W, Whig.







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Poli-


of


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tics.


Dth.


Dth.


1789


Fed


1826


91


1797


Rep.


1826


83


1801


Rep.


1836


80


1805


Rep.


1812


73


1813


Rep.


1814


70


1817


Rep.


1825


51


1825


Rep.


1850


68


1833


Dem.


1862


80


1837


Dem.


1850


70


1841


Dem.


1862


72


1846


Dem,


1864


72


1849


Whig.


1874


74


1853


Dem.


1853


67


1857


Dem.


1875


54


1861


Rep.


1891


81


1865


Rep.


1875


67


1869


Rep.


1885


62


1873


Rep.


1875


63


1877


Rep.


1887


68


1881


Rep.


1886


56


1885


Dem.


1885


66


1889


Rep.


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1893


Dem.


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Name. Term. Yrs. Born. Died.

John Jay. N. Y 1789-1795 6 1745 1829

John Rutledgre, 8. C 1789-1791 2 1739 1800

William Cashing, Mass.. 1789-1810 21 1783 1810

James Wilson, Pa 1789-1798 9 1742 1798

John Blair, Va 1789-1798 7 1782 1800

BobertH. Harrison, Md.1789-1790 1 1746 1790

James Iredell, N. C. 1790-1799 9 1751 1799

Thomas Johnson, yd... 1791-1793 2 1732 1819

William Patterson, N.J. 1793-1806 13 1746 1806

JohnRutUdoe,S.C 1795-1795 ..1739 1800

-Samuel Chase, Md 1796-1811 15 1741 1811

Oliver EUswortK Ct 1796-1800 5 1745 1807

Bushrod Washington,

Va 1798-1829 31 1762 1829

Alfred Moore, N. C 1799-1804 5 1755 1810

John Marshall^ Va 1801-1835 34 1755 1835

William Johnson. 8. C. 1804-1834 30 1771 1834

Brock. Livingston, N.Y.1806-1823 17 1757 1823

Thomas Todd, Ky 1807-1826 19 1765 1826

Joseph Story, Mass 1811-1845 34 1779 1845

Oabriel Duval, Md 1811-1836 25 1752 1844

•Smith Thompson, N. Y. 182&-1843 20 1767 1843

Robert Trimble. Ky.... 1826-1828 2 1777 1828

John McLean, Ohio 1829-1861 32 1785 1861

Henry Baldwin, Pa 1 830-1844 16 1 779 1 844

James M. Wayne, Ga.... 1835-1867 32 1790 1867

Roger B. Taney. Md.... 1836-1 864 28 1777 1864

Philip P. Barbour, Va.. 1836-1841 5 1783 1841

John Catron, Tenn 1837-1865 28 1786 1865

Kufus.W. Peckham, N. Y.



Name. Term.

John McKinley, Ala.... 1887-1852
Peter V. Daniel, Va.. . . .1841-1860
Samuel Nelson, N. Y.... 1845-1872
Levi Woodbury, N. H.. 1845-1861

Robert C. Grier, Pa 1846-1870

Benj. R. Curtis, Mass. . . 1851-1867
John A. Campbell, Ala.. 1853-1861
Nathan Clifford, Maine. 1858-1881
Noah H.Swayne, Ohio . 1861-1881
8amuel F. Miller, Iowa. 1862-1890

David Davis, 111 1862-1877

Stephen J. Field, Cal . . . . 186&-. . . .
Salmon P. Chase, Ohio . . 1864-1873

William Strong, Pa 1870-1880

Joseph P. Bradley, N. J.1870-1892

Ward Hunt, N. Y 1872-1882

Morrimn R. Waite. O. . .1874-1888
John M. Harlan. Ky....l877-....
William B. Woods, Ga.. 1880-1887
Stanley Matthews. Ohio.1881-1889

Horace Gray, Mass 1881-. . . .

Sam'l Blatchford, N. Y.. 1882-1898
Lucius Q. C. Lamar,Miss. 1888-1898
Melville W. tWer, I II... 1888-....
David J. Brewer, Kan... 1889-....
Henry B. Brown, Mich . . 1890 ....
George Shiras, Jr., Pa..l892-....
Howell E. Jackson,Tenn 1893-1896
Edward D. White, La... 1893-....
; term, 1895; born, 1837.



frs.


Born.


Died.


16


1780


1852


19


1786


1860


27


1792


1878


6


1789


1861


23


1794


1870


6


1809


1874


8


1811


1889


23


1808


1881


20


1804


1884


28


1816


1890


16


1816
1816


1886


9


1806


1873


10


1808


1896


22


1813


1892


10


1811


1886


14


1816
1833


1888


7


1824


1887


8


1824

1828


1889


11


1820


1893


5


1825
1833


1893


..


1837




..


1836




..


1832





2 1832 1895
.. 1846 ....



Speakers of House or Representatives.



Con-

^ress. Years.
1 1789-91
1791-93
179&-95
1795-99
1799-1801
1801-07

10,11 1807-11

12,13 1811-14
13 1814-15
1815-20
1820-21
1821-28
182&-25
1825-27
1827-34
1834-36

24,26 1835-39
1839-41



3

4, 5

6

7-9



14-16

16

17

18

19
30-23



26



Name.
F. A. Mublenburgr, Pa.
Jonathan Trumbull, Ct.
F. A. Muhlenbunr, Pa.
Jonathan Dayton. N. J.
Theo. Sedgwick, Mass.
Nathaniel Macon, N. C.
Joseph B. Varnum, Masi
Henry Clay, Ky.
Langdon Cheeves, S. C.
HenryClay, Ky.
John W. Taylor, N. Y.
Philip P. Barbour, Va.
Henry Clay, Ky.
John W. Taylor, N. Y.
Andrew Stevenson, Va.
John Bell, Tenn.
James K. Polk, Tenn.
R. M. T. Hunter, Va.
Cong rem, 54-55 ;



Born. Died

1750 1801

1740 1809

1750 1801

1760 1824

1746 )813

•1757 1837

3. 1750 1821

1*77 1852

1775 1857

1777 1852 37

17&4 1854 88-40

1783 1841 41-43
1777 1852 44

1784 1854 44-46
1784 185'i 4?
1797 1869 48-50
1795 1849 i 51
1809 1887 1 52, 53

ears 1895- ; Thomas



Con-
gress.

27

28

29

30

31
32,33

34



Years.

1841-43
1843-45
1845-47
1847-49
1849-51
1&51-55
185557
1857-59
1859-61
1861-63
1863-69
1869-75
1875 76
1876-81
1881-83
1883 89
1889 91
1891-95
li. Heed,



Name. Born.

John White, Ky. 1805

John W. Jones, Va. 1806

John W. Davis, Ind. 1799

Rob't C. Winthrop, Mass. 1809
Howell Cobb, Ga. 1815

Linn Boyd, Ky. 1800

Nathaniel P. Banks, Mass.1816
James L. Orr, S. C. 1822

Wm. Pennington, N. J. 1798



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