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case in which a vessel shall be fitted out and armed, or in which the force of any vessel of war, cruiser, or other armed vessel shall be increased or augmented, in every case of the capture of a ship or vessel within the jurisdiction or protection of the United States, as before defined, and in every case in which any process issuing out of any court of the United States shall be disobeyed or resisted by any person or persons having the custody of any vessel of war, cruiser or other armed vessel of any prince or State, or of any colony, district or people, or of any subjects or citizens of any foreign prince, State, or of any colony, district or people in any such case, it shall be lawful for the President of the United States, or such other person as he shall have empowered for that purpose to employ such part of the land and naval forces of the United States or of the militia thereof, for the purpose of taking of and detaining any such ship or vessel with her prize or prizes, if any, in order to the execution of the prohibition or penalties of this act, and to the restoring the prize or prizes in the cases in which restoration shall have been adjudged.

SEC. 8. And be it futher enacted, That it shall be lawful for the President of the United States, or such person as he shall empower for that purpose, to employ such part of the land and naval forces of the United States, or of the militia thereof, as shall

be necessary to compel any foreign ship or vessel to depart the United States in all cases in which, by the laws of nations or the treaties of the United States they ought not to remain within the United States.

SEC. 9. And be it further enacted, That offences made punishable by the provisions of this act, committed by citizens of the United States, beyond the jurisdiction of the Uuited States, may be prosecuted and tried before any court having jurisdiction of the offences prohibited by this act.

SEC. 10. And be it further enacted, That nothing in this act shall be so construed as to prohibit citizens of the United States from selling vessels, ships or steamers built within the limits thereof, or materials or munitions of war, the growth or product of the same, to inhabitants of other countries, or to Governments not at war with the United States : provided that the operation of this section of this act shall be suspended by the President of the United States with regard to any classes of purchases, whenever the United States shall be engaged in war, or whenever the maintenance of friendly relations with any foreign nation may in his judgment require it.

SEC. 11. And be it further enacted, That nothing in the foregoing act shall be construed to prevent the prosecution or punishment of treason, or any Firacy or other felony defined by the laws of the United States.

Sec. 12. And be it further enacted, That all acts and parts of acts inconsistent with the provisions of this act or inflicting any further or other penalty or forfeiture than are hereinbefore provided for. The acts forbidden herein are hereby repealed.

WITH THE POPULATION OF EACH DECADE FOR HALF A CENTURY.

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New York.. 4,370,846 3,880,735 3,097,394 2,428,921 1,918,608 1,372,111 Pennsylva.. 3,511,543 2,906,215 2,311,7861,724,033 1,348,233 1,047,507 Ohio

2,652,302 2,339,511 1,980,329 1,519,467 937,903 581,295 Illinois... 2,529,410 1,711,951 851,470 476,183 157,445 55,161 Missouri...

1,691,693 1,182,012 682,044 383,702 140,455 66,557 Indiana... 1,655,675 1,350,428 988,416 685.866 343,031 147,178 Massachus. 1,457,351 1,231,066 994,514 737,699 610,408 523,159 Kentucky.. 1,320,407 1,155,684

982, 405

1779,828 687,917 564,135 Tennessee.. 1,225,937 1,109,801 1,002 717 829,210 681,904 422,761 Virginia. . 1,211,442 1,596,318 1,421,661 1,239,797 1,211,405 1,065,129 Michigan... 1,184,653 749,113 397,654 212,267 31,639 8,765 Iowa.

1,181,359 674,913 192,214 43,112 Georgia... 1,174,832 1,057,286 906,185 691,392 516,823 340,983 Wisconsin. 1,055.501 775,881 305,391 30,945 N. Carolina 1,016.954 992,622 869,039 753,419 737,987 638,829 Alabama... 996,175 964,201 771,623 590,756 309,527 127,901 N. Jersey

903,044 672,035 489,555 373,306 320,823 277,426 Mississippi 842,056 791,305 616,526 375,651 136,621 75,448 Texas.... 795.500 604.215 212,592 Maryland.. 790,095 687,049 583,034 470,019 447,040 407,350 Louisiana.. 734,420 708,002 517,762 342,411 215,739 152 923 S. Carolina. 705,789 703,708 668,507 594,398 581,185 502,741 Maine...

628,719 628,279 583,169 501,793 399,455 298,269 California.. 549,808 379.994 92,597 Connecticut 537,417 460,147 370,792 309,978 297,675 275,102 Arkansas... 473,174 435,450 209,897 97,574 30,388 14,255 West Va.... 441,094 Minnesota.. 424,543 172.023 6,077 Kansas..... 379,497 107,206 Vermont... 330,582 315,098 314,120 291,848 280,652 235 749 N. Hamps'e 317,710 326,073 317,976 284,574 269,328 244,022 Rhode Isl'd 217,356 174,620 147,545 108,830 97,199 83,015

189,995 140,424 87,445 54,477 34,730, Delaware... 125,015 112,216 91,532 78,085 76,748 72,749 Nebraska. 116,888 28,841 Oregon..... 90,878 52,465 13,294

42,456 6,857 Dis. Colum. 131,706 750,80 51,687 43,712 39,834 33,039 Territories. 288,161 184,497 72,927

Florida ....

Nevada ....

Total Union. 38,538,180 31,443,321 23,191,876 17,069,453 12,866,020 9,638,191

TERRITORIES.

New Mexico,.....86,122

.86,122 Washington,. Utah,

.70,000 Montana, Colorado,........39,681 Idaho,...

.23,925 Dakota,.
. 20,594 Arizona,.
14,882 Wyoming,

.14,181

9,658 9,118

CENSUS OF 1870.

51. Springfield, Mass.. 26,703 52. Nashville, Tenn..

25,872 53. Peoria, Ill.

25,787 54. Covington, Ky.

24,505 55. Salem, Mass.

24,117 56. Quincy, Ill..

24,053 57. Manchester, N. H....

23,536 58. Harrisburg, Pa..

23,109 59. Trenton, N. J..

22,874 60. Evansville, Ind.

22,830 61. New Bedford, Mass. 21,320 62. Oswego, N. Y...

20,910 63. Elizabeth, N. J.... 20,838 64. Lancaster, Pa..

20,233 65. Po'keepsie, N. Y..... 20,080 66. Camden, N. J.

20,045 67. Davenport, Iowa.

20,042 68. St. Paul, Minn,

20,031 69. Wheeling, W. Va.. 19,282 70. Norfolk, Va.

19,256 71. Taunton, Mass.

18,629 72. Chelsea, Mass.

18,547 73. Dubuque, Iowa.

18 404 74. Bangor, Me.

18,289 75. Petersburg, Va... 18,266 76. Leavenworth, Kan... 17,849 77. Fort Wayne, Ind.. 17.718 78. Springfield, Ill..

17,365 79. Newburgh, N. Y.. 17,014 80. Atlanta, Ga.,..

16,986 81. Norwich, Conn.

16,653 82. Sacramento, Cal.. 16,484 83. Omaha, Neb...

16,083 84, Lockport, N. Y..

15,458 85. Augusta, Ga..

15,389 86. Gloucester, Mass.. 15,387 87. New Brunswick, N.J.., 15,059 88, New Albany, Ind.........!

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POPULATION OF 100 LARGE CITIES OF THE UNITED STATES.

OFFICIAL-From the Advance Sheets of the Census Bureau, at Washington, D. C.

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1. New York, N. Y. 942,946 2. Philadelphia, Pa..

674,022 3. Brooklyn, N. Y

396,300 4. St. Louis, Mo.

312.963 5. Chicago, Ill..

298,983 6. Baltimore, Md.

267,354 7. Boston, Mass..

250,526 8. Cincinnati. O.

216,239 9. New Orleans, La.

191.322 10. San Francisco, Cal.. 149,482 11. Buffalo, N. Y...

117,715 12. Washington, D. C...... 109,204 13. Newark, N.J...

105,078 14. Louisville, Ky.

100,754 15. Cleveland, O....

92,846 16. Pittsburg, Pa...

86,235 17. Jersey City, N. J.

81.744 18. Detroit, Mich...

79,580 19. Milwaukee, Wis..

71,499 20. Albany, N. Y..

69,422 21. Providence, R. I.. 68,906 22. Rochester, N. Y

62,385 23. Alleghany City, Pa. 53,181 24, Richmond, Va..

51,038 25. New Haven, Conn... 50,840 26. Charleston, s. C.... 48,936 27. Troy, N. Y..

46,471 28, Syracuse, N.Y ...

43,051 29. Worcester, Mass.

41,105 30. Lowell, Mass.

40,928 31. Memphis, Tenn..

40,226 32. Cambridge, Mass.

39,634 33. Hartford, Conn.

37,180 34. Indianapolis, Ind. 41,600 35. Scranton, Pa......... 35,093 36. Reading, Passeger turec.....

33,932 37. Columbus, O... orazovozoies 38. Patterson, N.,J....... 33,582 39. Dayton, O.

32,579 40. Kansas City, Mo.mor10 or 32,260 41. Mobile, Ala...roton 32,084 42., Portland, Me...........

31,414 43. Wilmington, Del....wav 30,841 41. Lawrence, Mass.co.ccr. 28,921 45. Utica, N. Y......... 28,804 46. Toledo, O....

28,546 47. Charlestown, Mass.. 18 323 18. Savannah, Ga...

28,235 49. Lynn, Mass.

28,233 50. Fall River, Mass.... 26,786

14,273 89. Galveston, Tex..;

13,818 90. Newburyport, Mass... 13,595 91. Alexandria, Va..

13,570 92. Wilmington, N. C..... 93. Bridgeport, Conr.....oo 13,299 94. Newport, R. I..... 12,521 95. Little Rock, Ark......

12,380 96, Zanesville, O...

12,379 97. Concord, N. H.

12,241 98. Des Moines, Iowa..

12,035 99. Waterbury, Conn. 20,826 100. Raleigh, N. C.... .... 10,149

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33,745

13,446

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