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GOVERNMENT OF THE STATE,
Salary 1830 Enos T. Throop,
Albany, Governor, 4000 1830 *Edward P. Livingston, Columbia Lieut. Governor. 1829 Enos T. Martin
Albany, Private Secretary, 600
Secy of State, and 1826 Azariah C. Flagg,
ex officio Sup. of
Common Schools, 1750 1812 Arehibald Campbell, Albany, Deputy Secretary, 1500 1829 Silas Wright, jr,
Albany, Comptroller, 2500 1829 Philip Phelps,
Albany, Dep. Comptroller, 1500 1826 Abraham Keyser,
Albany, Treasurer, 1500 1804 Abraham Oake,
Albany, Treasurer's Cierk, 800 1829 Greene C. Bronson, Albany,
Attorney General, 1000 1784 Simeon De Witt,
Albany, Surveyor General, 800
Albany, State Printer.
The Governor and Lieutenant Governor are elected by the people, and hold their offices for two years.
The Secretary of State, Comptroller, Attorney General, and Survey. or General, are appointed by the Legislature, and hold their offices for
The Treasurer is chosen annually by the Legislature.
The Deputy Secretary and Deputy Comptroller are appointed by the Secretary and Comptroller, and hold their offices during the pleasure of the persons appointing them.
* The Lieutenant Governor has no salary; but in lieu thereof he receives $6 per day while the Legislature or the Court for the trial of Impeachments and the Correction of Errors is in session, and $6 for every 20 miles travel.
SIXTH DISTRI na Grattan H. Wheeler, Wheeler, Steu a Jahan P. Hubbard, Norwich, Chena 2. Leti Beardsley, Cherry Valley, Ots aCharles W. Lynde, Cortlandville,
B. Throop, Auburn, Cayug Eram F. Mather, Elbridge, Onond Thomas Armstrong, Wolcott
, Way William H. Seward, Auburn, Cay
Timothy H. Porter, Olean, Cattara s Albert Hl. Tracy, Buffalo, Erie.* 1 Philo C. Fuller
James Livingston, Sergeant at Arm
u Claims-Messrs. Hubbard; Armst 6. Finance –Messrs. Todd, Bronson, In the Judiciary—Messrs. Benton, 1 6. Militia—Messrs. Wheeler, Deitz,
ha Canals—Mesers. Talmadge, Hub ha Roads and Bridges—Messrs. Dod.
A. Literature-Messrs. M'Lane, May 1. State Prisons—Messrs. Throop, A la Banks and Insurance CompaniesDa the Division of Counties and Toy Conklin. On Agriculture--Messrs. Gere, Porte On Manufactures-Messrs. Sanford, On Privileges and Elections—Messrs Da Enrolled Bills --Messrs. Seward a On Indian Affairs-Messrs. Foster, a Expiring Laws-Messrs. Tracy, on Expenditures---Messrs. Eaton, C
1827 George B. Throop, Auburn, Cayuga.
1827 Timothy H. Porter, Olean, Cattaraugus
James Livingston, Sergeant at Arms.
STANDING COMMITTEES OF THE SENATE.
On Claims-Messrs. Hubbard, Armstrong, Sherman.
On the Division of Counties and Towns--Messrs. Beardsley,
Franklin. + Sil
, jr. Attica. Isas
Whitman, Clodyille. RO
Monroe. 2: Lacy, Chili
. Pear Price, Rush.
JO snuel G. Andrews, Rochester