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THE SENSITIVE PLANT.

When lo, in an instant the plant drooped and

died ! As three girls in the garden were viewing the

The poor girl first reddened, then whitened as plants,

snow, Conducted respectively by their gallants, Says William to Nancy, “ Here's one will reveal Said softly,,“Lord help me! how did the plant

know?" A secret, which many famed beauties conceal; And when modest virtue has flown from the stand,

We once saw a young man bravely turnIt will shrink at the touch it receives from the ing up the glass—he was a true-hearted, glorious hand."

fellow - and was, he said, “ sowing his will The ladies all gazed as if rather dismayed ;

oats." We afterwards saw a policeman hauling But Nancy at length said, “Pooh! I'm not afraid!" a miserable drunkard from the gutter to the ller fair hand advanced-the experiment tried, I watchhouse. The wild oats were being harvested.

GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED STATES.

THE EXECUTIVE.
FRANKLIN PIERCE, of New Hampshire, President of the United States..
DAVID R. ATCHISON, of Missouri, Vice President pro tem..

Salary $25,000

5,000

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THE CABINET.
WILLIAM L. MARCY, of New York, Secretary of State..
JAMES GUTHRIE, of Kentucky, Secretary of the Treasury.
ROBERT M.CLELLAND, of Michigan, Secretú ry of the Interior,
JAMES C. DOBBIN, of North Carolina, Secretary of the Navy..
JEFFERSON DAVIS, of Mississippi, Secretary of War..
JAMES CAMPBELL, of Pennsylvania, Postmaster-General.
CALEB CUSHING, of Massachusetts, Attorney-General.

.Salary $6,000

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THE JUDICIARY.

SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES. ROGER B. TANEY, of Maryland, Chief Justice.. ... Salary $5,000 JOHN M'LEAN, of Ohio, Associate Justice. / SAMUEL NELSON, of New York, Associate Justice. JAMES M. Wayne, of Georgia,

ROBERT C. Grier, of Pa., JOHN CATRON, of Tennessee,

BENJAMIN R. Curtis, of Mass.,
Peter V, DANIEL, of Virginia, "

JOHN A. CAMPBELL, of Ala.,
Salary of Associate Justices, $4,500. Meets first Monday in December at Washington.

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XXXIIII CONGRESS.
SECOND SESSION OPENED MONDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1854.

CLOSES THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1855.

SENATE-62 Members.

JESSE D. BRIGHT, of Indiana, President pro tem. [Whigs in Italics, 19; Democrats in Roman, 38 ; Free Soilers in SMALL CAPS, 4; Vacancy, 1, The figures before each Senator's name, denote the year when his term closes.] ALABAMA. KENTUCKY.

XEW-JERSEY. 1855.. Benj. Fitzpatrick,

1855.. Archibald Dicon.

1857..John R. Thomson, 1859.*Clement C. Clay, Jr.

1859.* John B. Thompson.

1859.*William Wright,

NORTH CAROLINA.
ARKANSAS.

LOUISIANA. 1855.* Robert W. Johnson,

1855.. George E. Baiger, 1855..John Slidell,

1859., David S. Reid.* 1859.. William K. Sebastian.

1859.*
Judah P. Benjamin.

OHIO.
CALIFORNIA.

MAINE.

1855. .SALMON P. CHASE, 1855.. William M. Gwin, 1857..Hannibal Hamlin,

1857.. Benjamin F. Wade.
1857..John B. Weller.
1859.* Wm. Pilt Fessenden.

PENNSYLVANIA.
CONNECTICUT.

MASSACHUSETTS.

1855..James Cooper. 1855. .FRANCIS GILLETTE, *

1857..CHARLES SUMNER,

1857.. Richard Brodhead, Jr. 1857.. Isaac Toicey. 1859.* Julius Rockicell.+

RHODE ISLAND.

1857..Charles T. James, DELAWARE.

MARYLAND. 1857..James A. Bayard,

1861..James A. Pearce,

1859.* Philip Allen. 1859. * John M. Clayton.

SOUTII CAROLINA. 1857.. Thomas G. Pratt.

1855.. Andrew P. Butler, FLORIDA

MICHIGAN.

1859.*Josiah J. Evans. 1855..Jackson Morton, 1857.. Lewis Cass,

TENNESSEE. 1857.. Stephen R. Mallory.

1859.*Charles E. Stewart.

1857..James C. Jones, GEORGIA

MISSISSIPPI.

1859..John Bell. 1855.. William C. Daic807, 1857.. Stephen Adams,

TEXAS. 1859.*Robert Toombs.

1859.* Albert G. Brown.

1857. Thomas J. Rusk,

1859.. Samuel Houston. INDIANA.

MISSOURI. 1855..John Pettit, 1855..David R. Atchison,

VERMONT 1857..Jesse D. Bright.

1857. Henry S. Geyer.

1855.*LAWRENCE BRAINERD,

1857.. Solomon Foot.
ILLINOIS.
NEW HAMPSHIRE.

VIRGINIA. 1855..James Shields,

1855. . Moses Norris, Jr.,

1857..James M. Mason, 1859..Stephen A. Douglas.

1859..(Vacancy.)

1859..Robert M. T. Hunter. IOWA. NEW-YORK.

WISCONSIN. 1855. Augustus C. Dodge,

1856.. William H. Secard,

1855. . Isaac P. Walker, 1859.. George W. Jones. 1857.Jlamilton Fish.

1857. .Henry Dodge. * Had not seats in the preceding Senate.

+ Appointed by the Governor to fill a vacancy.

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES-234 Members.

LINN BOYD, Ky., Speaker.-JOHN W. FORNEY, Pa., Clerk.
ALABAMA.

LOUISIANA.

3 *Harry Hibbard, 10 Ner Middleswarth, 1 Philip Phillips, 1 William Dunbar,

NEW-YORK.

11 Christian M Straub, 2 * James Abercrombie, 2 Theodore G. Hunt.

1 James Maurice,

12 Hend'k B. Wright, 3 *Sampson W. Harris, 3 Jno. E. Perkins, Jr., 2 Th. W. Cummings

13 Asa Packer,
4 *Wm. R. Smith,
4 Roland Jones.
3 Hiram Walbridge,

14 *Galusha A. Grow, 5 *Geo. S. Houston,

MAINE.
4 Mike Walsh,

25 *James Gamble, 6 *W. R. W. Cobb, 1 *Moses M Donald, 5 Wm. M. Tweed,

16 *William H. Kurtz, 7 James F. Dowdell, 2 Samuel Mayall,

6 Job Wheeler,

17 Samuel L. Russell, ARKANSAS. 3 E. Wilder Farley, 7 Wm. A. Walker,

18 John H'Culloch, 1 A. B. Greenwood, 4 Samuel P. Benson, 8 Francis B. Cutting,

19 Augustus Drum, 2 Edwin A. Warren. 5 * Israel Washburn, Jr.,

9 Jared V. Peck,

20 *John L. Dawson, CALIFORNIA. 6 *Thos. J. D. Fuller. 10 *William Murray,

21 David Ritchie,
1 Marcus C. Latham,

MARYLAND.
11 The. R. Westbrook,

22 * Thomas N. Howe,
2 J. A. M.Dougal.
1 John R. Franklin, 12 Isaac Teller,

23 Michael C. Trout, CONNECTICUT. 2 Jacob Shower, 13 Russell Sage,

24 *Carlton B. Curtis, 1 James T. Pratt, 3 Joshua Vansant, 14 Rufus W. Peckham,

25 John Dick. 2 *Colin M. Ingersoll, 4 Henry May,

15 Charles Hughes,

RHODE ISLAND. 3 Nathan Belcher, 5 *Wm. T. Hamilton, 16 Geo. A. Simmons,

1 Thomas Davis, 4 *Origen S. Seymour. 6 Augustus R. Sollers.

17 Bishop Perkins,

2 *Benj. B. Thurston, DELAWARE.

MASSACHUSETTS.
18 Peter Rowe,

SOUTH CAROLINA. *George Read Riddle. 1 Thomas D. Elliot,

19 George W. Chase,

1 *John M'Queen, FLORIDA. 2 Samuel L. Crocker, 20 Ors. B. Matteson,

2 *William Aiken,
Ang. E. Maxwell.
3 J. Wiley Edmands, 21 * Henry Bennett,

3 L. M. Keitt,
GEORGIA.
4 Samuel H. Walley, 22 Henry C. Goodwin,

4 Preston S. Brooks, 1 James L. Seward, 5 *William Appleton, 23 Caleb Lyon,

5 *James L. Orr, 2 Alfred H. Colquitt, 6 Chas. W. Upham, 24 *Daniel T. Jones,

6 Wm. W. Boyce. 3 *David J. Baily, 7 Nath. P. Banks, Jr., 25 Edwin B. Morgan,

TENNESSEE. 4 Wm. B. W. Dent, 8 Tappan Wentworthy 26 Andrew Oliver,

1 Nath'l G. Taylor, 5 *Elijah W. Chastain, 9 ALEX. DE WITT, 27 John J. Taylor,

2 *W. M. Churchwell, 6 *Junius Hillyer, 10 Eduard Dickinson, 28 George Hastings,

3 Samuel A. Smith, 7 Duvid A. Reese, 11 * John Z. Goodrich. 29 Davis Carpenter,

4 *William Cullom,
8 * Alex. H. Stephens.
MICHIGAN. 30 Benjamin Pringle,

5 Charles Ready,
ILLINOIS.
1 David Stuart,
31 Thos T. Flagler,

6 *Geo W. Jones, 1 E. B. Washburne, 2 David A. Noble, 32 *Solomon G. Haven,

7 Robert M. Bugg, 2 John Wentworth, 3 Samuel Clark,

33 Reuben E. Fenton.

8 Felix K. Zollico ffer, 3 Jesse O. Norton, 4 Hestor L. Stevens.

9 Emerson Etheridge,

OHIO.
4 James Knox,
MISSOURI.

10 *Fred'k P. Stanton. 5 *W. A. Richardson, 1 Thomas H. Benton,

1 *David T. Disney,

TEXAS.

2 John S. Harrison,
6 * Richard Yates,
2 Alfred W. Lamb,

1 Geo. W. Smythe,
7 James C. Allen,
3 James J. Lindley,
3 *Lewis D. Campbell,

2 Peter H. Bell.

4 M. H. Nichols,
8 *Wm. H. Bissell,
4 * John G. Miller,

VERMONT.

5 *Alfred P. Edgerton,
9 *Willis Allen.
5 Mordecai Oliver,

1 *James Teacham,

6 Andrew Ellison,
INDIANA.
6 *John S. Phelps,

2 Andrew Tracy,

7 Aaron Harlan,
1 Smith Miller,
7 Samuel Caruthers.

3 Alvah Sabin.

8 Moses B. Coruin,
2 Wm. H. English,
MISSISSIPPI.

VIRGINIA.
3 *Cyrus L. Dunham, 1 Daniel B. Wright,

9 Fred. W. Green, 1 *Thomas H. Bayly, 4 James H. Lane, 2 William S. Barry,

10 * John L. Taylor, 2 *John S. Millson,

11 Thomas Ritchey, 5 * Samuel W. Parker, 30. R. Singleton,

3 *John S. Caskie,

12 *Edson B. Olds, 6 *Thos. A. Hendricks, 4 Wiley P. Harris

4 Williar Goode,

13 Wm. D. Lindsley,
7 #John G. Davis,
5 Wm. Barksdale.

5 *Thomas S. Bocock,

14 H. H. Johnson,
8 Daniel Mace,

NEW JERSEY.
15 William R. Sapp,

6 *Paulus Powell,
9 Norman Eddy,
1 *Nathan T. Stratton,

7 William Smith,

16 Eduard Ball, 10 E. M. Chamberlain, 2 *Charles Skelton,

17 Wilson Shannon,

8 *Chas, J. Fanlkner, 11 Andrew J. Harlan. 3 Samuel Lilly,

9 *H. A. Edmundson,

18 George Bliss,
IOWA
4 George Vail,

10 *John Letcher,

19 EDWARD WADE, 1 *Bernhart Henn, 5 A. C. M. Pennington.

11 Z. Kidwell,

20 *J. R. GIDDINGS,
2 John P. Cook.
NORTH CAROLINA.

12 C. S. Lewis,

21 Andrew Stuart.
KENTUCKY.
1 Henry M. Shaw,

13 Fayette M'Mullen.
1 *Linn Boyd,
2 Thomas Ruffin,

PENNSYLVANIA.

WISCONSIN. 2 * Benj. E. Grey,

3 *William S. Ashe, 1 *Thos. P. Florence, 1 Daniel Wells, Jr., 3 (Vacancy.). 4 Sion H. Rogers,

2 * Joseph R. Chandler, 2 *Ben. C. Eastman, 4 James S. Chrisman, 5 John Kerr,

3 * John Robbins, Jr., 3 John B. Macy.
5 Clement S. Hill,
6 Richard C. Puryear,
4 William H. Witte,

DELEGATES.
6 John M. Elliot,
7 Burton Craige,
5 *John M'Nair,

Minnesota-H. M. Rice.
7 * William Preston,
8 *Thos. L. Clingman. 6 William Everhart,

Nebraska T. Johnson. 8 *J. C. Breckenridge, NEW HAMPSHIRE. 7 Samuel A. Bridges,

N. Mexico-J.M. Gallegos. 9 Leander M. Cox,

1 Geo. W. Kittredge, 8 J. Glancy Jones, Oregon—*Joseph Lane. 10 *Rich. H. Stanton, 2 Geo. W. Morrison, 9 Isaac E. Heister, Ulah-*J. M. Bernhisel.

Whigs in Italics, 73; Democrats in Roman, 157; Free Soilers in SMALL CAPITALS, 3 ; Vacancy, 1; Total, 234.
There are also five Delegates from Territories, who participate in the debates, but cannot vote. * Members of the
XXXIId Congress.

RECAPITULATION.
States.
W.D. States. W.D.) States. W.D.

States.

States. 1.D Alabama... 1 6 Illinois... 4 5 Maryland ... 2 4 New Jersey....14 S. Carolina..... 6 Arkansas

2 Indiana

1 10 Massachusetts.. 9 2 New-York.. .12 21 Tennessee.
California.

2 Iowa..
1 1 Michigan..
4 N. Carolina... 3 5 Texas.

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4 Kentucky 4 5 Mississippi

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3 Delaware ... 1 Louisiana 13 Missouri.. 4 3 Pennsylvania .. 9 16 Virginia..

13 Florida.... 1 Maine.... 3 3 New Hampshire 3 Rhode Island .. 2 Wisconsin

3 Georgia

2 6 In the above classification, Messre. De Witt of Magonchusetts, and WADE of Ohio, are placed in the Democratic colamn, and GIDDINGE in the Whig.

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Whigs in Italics, 16; Democrats in Roman, 33 ; Free Soilers in SMALL CAPS, 2. Total, 51.

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
MAINE.
120 Orsamus B. Matteson, w DELAWARE.

ILLINOIS.
1 John M. Wood, r
21 Henry Bennett, w

Elisha D. Cullen, kn 1 E. B. Washburne, I 2 John J. Perry, r 22 Andrew Z. M'Carty, w

2 J. H, Woodworth, 3 Ebenezer Knowlton, r 23 Wm. A. Gilbert, w

SOUTH CAROLINA. 3 Jesse 0. Norton, r 4 Sam'l Benson, r

24 Amos P. Granger, w 1 John McQueen, d 4 James Knox, r 5 Israel Washburn, Jr. r 25 Edwin B. Morgan, w

2 William Aikin, d 5 Wm, A, Richardson, d 6 Thos. J. D. Fuller, d* 26 Andrew Oliver, d

3 Lawrence M. Keitt, d 6 Thomas L. Harris, d 27 John M. Parker, w 4 Preston S. Brooks, d 7 James C. Allen, d* VERMONT. 28 Wm. H. Kelsey, W 5 James L. Orr, d

8 Lyman Trumbull, d 1 James Meacham, w 29 John Williams, d

6 Wm. W. Boyce, a 9 S, A, Marshall, d 2 Justin S. Morrill, w

30 Benj. Pringle, w 3 Alvah Sabin, w 31 Thomas Flagler, w

OHIO.

IOWA 32 Solomon G. Haven, w

1 Augustus Hall, d* MASSACHUSETTS. 33 Francis S. Edwards, k'n 1 Timothy C. Day, r

2 John S. Harrison, r 2 James Thorington, w 1 Robert B. Hall, k n

NEW-JERSEY.

3 Lewis D. Campbell, r 2 James Buffington, kn 1 Isaiah T. Clawson, w 4 Matthias H. Nichols, r

MISSOURI.

5 Richard Mott, r 3 William S. Damrell,kn 2 Geo. R. Robbins, w

1 Luther M. Kennett, w 4 Linus B. Comins, k n

3 James Bishop, w 6 Jonas R. Emrie, r 2 Gilchrist Porter, w 5 Anson Burlingame, k n 4 George Vail, d 7 Aaron Harlan, r

3 James J. Lindley, w 6 Timothy Davis, kn

5 A. C. M. Pennington,w 8 Benjamin Stanton, r 4 Mordecai Oliver, w 7 Nath'I P. Banks, Jr. kn PENNSYLVANIA.

9 Cooper K. Watson, r 5 John G. Miller, w 8 Ch'cy L. Knapp, kn 1 Thos. B. Florence, d

10 Oscar F. Moore, r 6 John S. Phelps, d 9 Alex. De Witt, kn 2 Job R. Tyson, w

11 V. B. Horton, r

7 Sam'l Caruthers, w 10 Henry Morris, kn 3 William Millward, w

12 Samuel Galloway, r 11 Mark Trafton, kn

13 John Sherman, r
Jacob Broom, kn

ARKANSAS.
14 Philemon Bliss, r
5 John Cadwalader, d*

1 Alfred B. Greenwood, d
NEW-YORK.
6 John Hickman, kad

15 William R. Sapp, r 2 Albert Rust, d

16 Edward Ball, r 1 Wm. W. Valk, k nd 7 Sam'1 C. Bradshaw, w

17 Charles J. Albright, r 2 J. S. T. Stranahan, w 8 J. Glancy Jones, d

MICHIGAN.
A. E. Roberts, k nw

18 Benjamin F. Leiter, r 3 Guy R. Pelton, k nw

1 William A, Howard, r

19 Edward Wade, r 4 John Kelly, d* 10 John C. Kunkel, w

2 Henry Waldron, r 5 Thos. R. Whitney, k n 11 James H. Campbell, w 20 Joshua R. Giddings, r

3 David S. Walbridge,

21 John A. Bingham, r 6 John Wheeler, d 12 Henry M. Fuller, w

4 George W. Peck, d Thos. Childs, Jr. k n w 13 Asa Packer, d

INDIANA. 8 Abram Wakeman, w 14 Galusha A. Grow, r

FLORIDA. 9 Bayard Clarke, knw 15 John J. Pearce, r

1 Smith Miller, d
2 Wm. H. English, d

Augustus E, Maxísell, d 10 Ambrose S. Murray, w 16 Lemuel Todd, r 11 Rufus H. King, w 17 David F. Robinson, w 3 George G. Dunn, r

WISCONSIN. 12 Killian Miller, w 18 John R. Edie, w 4 David P. Holloway, r

Daniel Wells, Jr. d 13 Russel Sage, w 19 John Covode, w 5 Will Cumback, r

C, C. Washburn, 14 S. H. Dickson, w 20 Jonathan Knight, w 6 Lucien Barbour, r

Charles Billinghurst, I 15 Edward Dodd, w 21 David Bitchie, w

7 Harvey D. Scott, r 16 Geo. A. Simmons, w 22 Sam'. A. Purviance, w

8 Daniel Mace, r

CALIFORNIA. 17 Francis E. Spinner, d 23 John Allison, w

9 Schuyler Colfax, r 10 Samuel Brenton, r

J, W, Denver, d* 18 Thomas R. Horton, w 24 David Barclay, d 19 Jonas Hughston, w 25 John Dick, w 11 John U. Pettitt, r

Philip T. Herbert, d* Nebraska men in Italics, 33; Anti-Nebraska in Roman, 118. w. Whig; d. Democrat; r. Republican; kn. Know-Nothing. * Seat contested.

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