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XXI. GOVERNORS OF THE SEVERAL STATES AND
TERRITORIES,

With their Salaries, Terms of Office, and the Expiration of their respective Terms; the Number of Senators and Representatives in the State Legislatures, with their respective Terms.

States.

Maine, William G. Crosby, N. Hampshire, Nathaniel B. Baker, Vermont, Stephen Royce, Massachusetts, Henry J. Gardner, Rhode Island, William W. Hoppin, Connecticut, Henry Dutton, New York, Myron H. Clark, New Jersey, Rodman M. Price, Pennsylvania, James Pollock, Peter F. Causey, Thomas W. Ligon, Joseph Johnson, Thomas Bragg, J. H. Adams, Herschel V. Johnson, James E. Broome, John A. Winston, John J. McRae, Paul O. Hebert, Edmund M. Pease, Elias N. Conway, Andrew Johnson, L. W. Powell, William Medill, Kinsley S. Bingham, Joseph A. Wright, Joel A. Matteson, Sterling Price, James W. Grimes, Wisconsin, Wm. A. Barstow, California, John Bigler, Oregon Ter., George L. Curry, MinnesotaTer. Willis P. Gorman, N. Mexico T., David Merriwether, Utah Ter., Brigham Young, Washington T. Isaac J. Stevens, Kanzas Ter., Andrew H. Reeder, Nebraska Ter. Samuel D. Lacompte,

Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, N. Carolina, S. Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana,

Texas,

Arkansas,

Tennessee, Kentucky, Ohio,

Governors.

Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri,

Iowa,

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2,500 2,500

Term expires.

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* And fees.

! Including $1,500 as Superintendent of Indian Affairs. § Including $1,000 as Superintendent of Indian Affairs.

Senators. Term years.

$1,500 1,000

1 Jan. 1855 31 1 151 June 1855 12 1 286 Oct. 1855 30 1 230 1856 40 1 356

750

3,500

Jan.

400

May 1855 31 1 72 1,100 May 1855 211 215 1 4,000 2 Jan. 1857 32 2 128 1 1,800* 3 Jan. 1857 20 3 60 1 3,000 3 Jan. 1858 33 3 100 1 1,333 Jan. 1859 94 211 3,600 4 Jan. 1858 22 4 74 2 5,000 3 Jan. 1856 50 4 152 2 2,000 2 Jan. 1857 50 2 120 2 3,500 2 Dec. 1856 45 4 124 2 3,000 2 Nov. 1855 47 1 130 2 1,500 4 Oct. 1857 19 4 40 1 2,500 2 Dec. 1855 33 4 100 2 3,000 2 Jan. 1856 32 4 4,000 4 Jan. 1858 32 4 2,000 2 Dec. 1855 21 4 1,800 4 Nov. 1856 25 4 3,000 2 Oct. 1855 25 2 2,500 4 Aug. 1855 38 4 1,800 2 Jan. 1856 35 2 1,000 2 Jan. 1857 32 2 1,500 3 Jan. 1856 50 4 1,500 4 Jan. 1857 25 4 2,000 4 Nov. 1856 18 4 1,000 4 Dec. 1858 30 4

1,250 10,000

2 Dec. 1855 18 2 2 Dec. 1855 16 2 3,000+ 4 Aug. 1857 92 2,500 4 Mar. 1857 92 2,500 4 Mar. 1857 13 2 2,500 4 Sept. 1854 13 2 3,000 4 Mar. 1857 93

Representatives. Term years.

† With the use of a furnished house.

92:

88

66

75

75 2

100 2

100 2 662

100 75 492

59 2

54 2

36 1

181

181

261

261

181

4 July 1858 13 2 261 4 Oct. 1858 13 2 261

In all the States, except South Carolina, the Governor is voted for by the people; and if no one has a majority of all the votes, in the States in which such a majority is required, the Legislature elects to the office of Governor one of the candidates voted for by the people.

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17,165,429

2,307,850

6,891,341

16,724,177
802,000

81,795

100,000 4,389,075 191,671,391

Total,

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1852, 169,076,638

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Total, near Jan. 1, 1853, 184,303,865
Total,"
Total,"
Total,"
Total,"
Total,"
Total, "
Total,"

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66

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5,049,555
382,335

58,212

931,645

33,000 23,356,923 71,346 40,566,279

None.
11,353,177
22,389,477
2,230,000

1,913,606 1,051,422
2,801,972

None.

6,168,887

2,271,707 5,000,000

2,069,000 8,620,128 12,436,991

1,558,620

5,746,856 1,353,209
5,726,308

Total Debt.

$

711,500 None.

None.

6,853,630
382,335

91,212

24,288,568
71,346

40,566,279

None.

3,779,732 15,132,909

660,000

3,906,874

1,325,000

26,296,351
2,230,000

133,800 2,965,028 102,000 2,801,972

168,000

None.

6,168,887

7,271,707

10,689,128 125,000 12,436,991

17,165,429

2,307,850

6,891,341

16,724,177

$ 42,690

802,000

81,795

100,000 4,389,075

100,000

1,980 1,320,000

4,281 2,020,130

1,558,620

90,131 7,100,065 325,000

5,726,308

343,000 1,018,029| 150,000

298,800

30,133,112 221,804,503
31,863,921 216,167,786
33,481,124 202,557,762
31,006,386 201,541,624

1851, 170,535,238

1850, 169,549,334 38,756,218 209,305,552

1847, 165,129,900 51,781,654 216,911,554
1846, 179,635,022

310,000

136,000

60,000

8,000

8,000

300,000

9,049,841 8,391,334

7,796,888

7,555,351

7,677,646

1849, 170,749,453 40,502,979 211,252,432 7,884,035

1848, 169,776,030 35,932,008 205,708,038 8,521,671

9,072,939 44,388,805 224,023,827 9,930,052

These tables are believed to be very accurate, being compiled almost exclusively from official reports made by the Treasurers and Auditors to the Legislatures of the several States, near the 1st of January, 1854. The account of the State debts, in particular, is full, and may be depended upon; that of the several kinds of property owned by the States of course is more defective,- for the State archives seldom afford complete materials for accurate accounts of this sort, and the property is sometimes estimated at a nominal valuation, which is much above its market value. The editor

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Wisconsin,

California,

Amount
of

School Fund.

$

116,946 None.

None. 1,244,284 56,017 2,049,482

406,000

6,666,858 35,115,237

393,673

264,991

34,166,751

435,000

350,638

160,543 12,325,566

1,153,606

8,011,668
600,000
5,504,668
5,000,000

700,000

23,086

1,075,818

Other
Productive
Property.

None.

None.

9,014,661

1,500,000 3,654,456
1,400,270

6,000,000

1,754,322 18,000,000

500,000

628,900

1,141,804
463,360

5,000,000

799,083 5,000,000
272,263

575,668

Ordinary annuOther Property al Expenditure

not now Productive.

exclusive of Debts&Schools.

2,077,746

764,670

321,032

17,172,634
5,899,958

250,000

2,000,000

2,416,938

Total,.

26,509,820 145,015,799 30,903,978 Total, near Jan.1,1853, 25,669,096 141,934,707 29,955,182 Total," "1852, 25,170,730 134,982,644 30,598,069 Total, " "1851, 20,456,605 134,936,578 29,855,912 Total, " "1850, 21,542,683 125,369,722 27,584,443 Total," " 1849, 21,420,275 118,508,448 28,236,755 Total, " "1848, 20,338,246 111,638,746 31,498,469 Total, " "1847, 17,631,553 108,643,384 30,660,945 Total, " " 1846, 16,608.719 110,396,552 | 23,232,715

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150,000

80,000

100,000

500,000

50,000

115,000

750,000

90,000

350,000

11,000

170,000

600,000

75,000

115,000

131,000

45,000

100,000

130,000

515,000

100,000

35,000

165,000

250,000

200,000

125,000

80,000

125,000

110,000

25,000

40,000

500,000

5,832,000

5,832,000

5,812,000

5,812,000

5,673,121 5,258,652

5,062,310

5,435,285 5,455,186

of the American Almanac respectfully invites his correspondents in the several States to communicate such errors as they may detect in these tables. The object here is to give only a summary of the facts, so as to afford the means of comparing the States with each other. Their financial condition is shown at much greater length under the head of "Individual States.” Official returns published in this work for 1843 (page 135) show that the total of the debts of the States in 1842 was $198,818,736.

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16 Union,

17 Hamilton,

18 Madison University,*
19 Hobart Free College,†
20 University of City of N. Y. New York,

21 University of Rochester,*
22 St. John's,§

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34 University at Lewisburg,* Lewisburg,

35 Delaware,
36 St. John's,
37 St. Mary's,$
33 Mount St. Mary's,5
39 St. James's,t

56 Charleston,

57 South Carolina,

58 Franklin,

23 College of New Jersey,
24 Rutgers,
25 Burlington,†

Rochester,
Fordham,
Princeton,
N. J.
New Brunswick,"
Burlington,

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26 University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Penn. John Ludlow, D. D.

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27 Dickinson,!
28 Jefferson,
29 Washington,
30 Allegheny,
31 Pennsylvania,
32 Lafayette,
33 Marshall,

59 Oglethorpe,

60 Emory,1

61 Mercer University,*

62 Wesleyan Female,

63 University of Alabama,

61 La Grange,!

XXIII. COLLEGES AND PROFESSIONAL

Place.

65 Spring Hill,S

66 Howard,*

67 Oakland,

63 University of Mississippi,

69 Mississippi College,*

70 Centenary,

71 St. Charles,§

72 Baton Rouge,

Me. Leonard Woods, Jr., D. D.
Robert E. Pattison, D. D.

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N. H. Nathan Lord, D. D.
Vt. Worthington Smith, D. D.
Benjamin Labaree, D. D.
Rev. Edward Bourns, LL. D.
James Walker, D. D.

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Mark Hopkins, D. D.

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Brunswick,
Waterville,
Hanover,
Burlington,
Middlebury,
Norwich,
Cambridge, Mass.
Williamstown,
Amherst,
Worcester,
Providence,
New Haven,
Hartford,
Middletown,
New York,
Schenectady,
Clinton,

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Hamilton,
Geneva,

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Newark,
Annapolis,
Baltimore,
Emmetsburg,
Washington Co. "
Chestertown,
Georgetown, D. C.
Washington, 66
Williamsburg, Va.
Prince Ed. Co.
Lexington,
Albemarle Co.
Mecklenburg Co. "
Washington Co. "
Taylor Co.,
Bethany,
Richmond,
Lexington,
Chapel Hill,
Mecklenburg Co. "
Forestville, :(
Charleston, S. C.
Columbia,
Athens,

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Milledgeville,
Oxford,
Penfield,

Macon,

Tuscaloosa,
La Grange,
Spring Hill,
Marion,

Claiborne Co.,

Oxford,
Clinton,

Jackson,

Presidents.

R. I. Francis Wayland, D. D.
Conn. T. D. Woolsey, D.D., LL. D.
Daniel R. Goodwin, D. D.
Augustus W. Smith, LL. D.
N. Y. Charles King, LL. D.
Eliphalet Nott, D. D.

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Simeon North, D. D., LL. D.
Stephen W. Taylor, LL. D.
Benjamin Hale, D. D.

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Carlisle,
Canonsburg,
Washington, ""
Meadville,
Gettysburg,
Easton,
Mercersburg,

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Del. Daniel Kirkwood, LL. D.
Md. Hector Humphreys, D. D.

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Rev. O. L. Jenkins, A. M.
John McCaffrey, A. M.
John B. Kerfoot, D. D.
E.F.Chambers, Pres.of Trus.
Bernard Maguire,
Joel S. Bacon, D. D.
Rev. John Johns,
Lewis S. Green, D. D.
George Junkin, D. D.
Gessner Harrison, Ch. of Fac.
W. A. Smith, D. D.
Rev. Ephraim E. Wiley,
Charles Wheeler, A. M.
Alexander Campbell, A. M.
Rev. Robert Ryland,
Col. F.H. Smith, A.M., Sup't,
N. C. Hon. David L. Swain, LL. D.
Samuel Williamson, D. D.
John B. White, A. M.
William P. Finley, A. M.
James H. Thornwell, D. D.
Alonzo Church, D. D.
Samuel K. Talmage, D. D.
Geo. F. Pierce, D. D.

John L. Dagg, D. D.

Rev. E. H. Myers, A. M.

Grand Coteau,
Baton Rouge,

Rev. Wm. A. Stearns, D. D.
Rev. J. Farly,

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A.C. Kendrick, D.D., Ch. Fac.
Rev. John Larkin,

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Theo. Frelinghuysen, LL. D.
George W.Doane, D. D., LL.D.

Charles Collins, D. D.
A. B. Brown, D. D.
James Clark, D. D.
John Barker, D. D.
H. L. Baugher,

D. V. McLean, D. D.

John W. Nevin, D. D.
Howard Malcom, D. D.

Ga.

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Ala. Basil Manly, D. D.

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R. H. Rivers, D. D.,
Rev. F. Gautrelet, S. J.

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66 S. S. Sherman, A. M.

Miss. Rev. Robert L. Stanton,

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A. B. Longstreet, LL. D.

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J. N. Urner,

La.

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Th. Soller, S. J.

R. H. Ranny,

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65

225

118

123

197

18 116

115
106

140

86

30

88

70

134

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102

103

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Volumes in
Libraries.

17*

27,650
15,500

30,798

13,000

6,000

1,400

98,100

17,643

18,000

4,220

32,000

54,000

15,000
12,170

14,000

15,000
9,500

12,990

7,000

4,000

3,000

12,600

17,800
10,000

1,200

5,000

15,500

10,000

3,300

9,700

6,721

5,000

6,000

2,680

7,500

3,292

19,600

4,000

5,200

1,200

24,000
6,000

5,000

8,000

6,105

19,500

6,600 8,470 2,500

3,500

1,200

5,000 13,700

5,000

5,000

2,000

21,800
15,500

4,500

1,700

3,000

800

8,140

4,000

7,000

2,200

6,000

2,450
300

5,000 4,000

300

Commencement.

First Wednesday in August.
Second Wednesday in August.
Last Thursday in July.
FirstWednesday in August.
Third Wednesday in August.
3d Wedn. and Thurs. in August.
Third Wednesday in July.
Third Wednesday in August.
Second Thursday in August.
Last week in August.

First Wednesday in September.
Last Thursday in July."
Last Thursday in July.
First Wednesday in August.
Last Wednesday in July.
Fourth Wednesday in July.
Fourth Wednesday in July.
Third Wednesday in August.
Third Thursday in July.

Wednesday preceding 4th of July.
Second Wednesday in July.
July 15th.

Last Wednesday in June.
Fourth Wednesday in July.
September 29th.

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