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Marrow, grease&other do do all other...... 20 do rags, waste, or Plums, preserved...... 23 soap stocks and stuffs, 10 do Harlaen.... 201 shoddy

.lb 4 Plums, aty....... Mastic, crude... 16 do hempseed and lin. Parasols and sunshades Plush, worsted do not crude... 2 eed and rapeseed..gal 25 of silk..... ..per ct 30 do silk.

Ib. 50 Matches..

20 do whale and other, do sticks or frames for 30 do cotton, or if any Mathematical instru lot sperm, of foreign do wire stretcher for.12% cotton..

.pr ct 30 ments, of gold, silver, isheries.,

15 Parchment, vellum and do huir... ivory or bone. 201 do castor.. 40 imitations...

25 Pocket books, leather. do of wood, brass, iron Oils, not specified.pr ct 20 Paris white, dry .....lb 1 do pnper... or steel... 20 Dil cakes.

20 do ground in oil.. 1% Pucket lights. Mutting or mats, made do cloth furnture, on do plaster of ungroundfree Porcelain wura und of flags or oth. muterial 2 cotton flannel.....yard 16 Pusteboard. .12% porcelain glass Mattresses, hair or moss 20 do all other furniture. 10 Paste, imitation of pre

Purk...... do hair or moss for.. 10 do silk, linen, and all cious stones....... pr et 772 Porter, in casks....gul 15 Meal, Indian.....112 lb. 20 oth-r...

.124 Paste work, set in gold Potatues ... .bushel 10 Medals, spe imported.frx do stones........prct 20 and silver....

74 Potash, bichromateof do not specially imp'd 20 Old brass,copper, pew. Paste, almond.

25 do chromate of.... 20 Mercury, wir quicksilver 5 ter, silver or gold. .free Pearis of a I kinds, not do prussiate of.pr ct do preparations of. 25 Olibanum, or frankin set.(im tations 72.0.c.). 7 Pounce.. Merino cloth, wool.... 40 cense, crude......pr ct 15 Pearl, manufactures of Poultry, in cases.. do worsted.. 30 do do not crude.... 25 not spec.fied..

20 Powder, bleaching, lb do fringe. 30 Olives

30 Pens..... ..pr ct 20 do gui... Mica, or isinglass, Onions.....15 incles, not set...gr ss.2 on Printed musico

20 Pebble, Brazil,fur spee. do hair & touth, pr et M:Ik of Roses.. Millstones (except burr do extract of.....pr ct 25 Pelerines, silk.....prct 30 Prints, on paper.. stone unwro'i, which Oranges and lemons... 20 do luce...

40 Printing types... ure free)... 20 do in bulk from W. I.free Pelis, salied..

5 Prunes..

ib Millinery, made up of Orange, minerul..prct 20 Pencils, camels” hair.: 20) Prunella furshues, but. all kinds except silk.. 40 Orchelle, or orcheili... 20 Pencils, slate..... 25 tons, or boctees, (in

do do of silk.. 20 Ure, specimens of... ..free Pencil cases, gold or strips or patterns,) prct 5 Mineral sult, crude... 20 do not specimens. 20 silver.

20 do not fur do. Mitts, wool or worsted 31 Organs..

30 do gilt or plated. 25 Prussian blue.. do Angora ... 20 Ornaments, for head

Penknives.

20 Putiy:

jb 1% do leather........ 3) Hresses

30 Pens, metallic.. 25 Pyrolignute oflead, prc do silk. 30 Orris or iris root.... 20 do olquills

2 Quadrants and sext'nts 31 Mohuir, unmanuf, ib.. 1 Osnaburghs..

20 Pepper, black. .lb 5 Quality binding.. 30 do manuf. ot'pr ct.. 20 Oxen..

20 do Cayenne, African Queen's ware. Molasses, 4%, mills lb.. Oysters.

20 or Cili...

10 Quills, prepared. Morpbine.. ..pr ct 25 Pack 'Thread..

6 Peppers, p ckled..prct 30 do unmanufactured. Mortars, brass, compo Padding, linen. pr ct 25 Pepper sauce..

30 Rags, waste..... sition, and wood. 30 do woolen 40 Porcu sion caps....

30 Railroad iron.....ton.2500 Mosaics 30 Painters' colours ... 20 Perfumery.

25 Raisins, in bxs or jar Mother of pearl.... free Paintings on glass.....

30 Perry

gal (Muscatel or blourr.) lb Mouse traps..

30 Paintings and statuary Peruvian bark. freel do all other... Mufts, fur...

35 by American artists...free Pewter, all manufac Rakes... do silk.

30 Paints, not enumeruted 20 tures of, not otherwise Rape &ced. Music, engravings, or Palm leat, unmanuf...free specified.. ....pr ct 801 do do oil.

.ga printed sheets or books 20 do other manut. of 25 Philosopbical appara. Rasps and files....prct Musical instruments... 30 do oil....

free las, specially imported free Ratuia (A liquor)...gal 60 Mask.

25 Pans, warming,copper 30 do not specially im. Rattans, uomanuf.....free Muskets per stand. ..1 50 Pantaloons.....

50 ported.. ...pr ct 30 Ravens duck.....sq yd 7 do barrels .pr ct 30 Paper hangings 35 Phosphorus..

20 Razors. Mustard. 25 d. folio & quarto post Pianofortes.

30 Red chalk. do seed..

5 &letter&blank note lb. 17 Pickles, capers, and Red precipitate...pr ct 25 Myrrh, gum, crude, 15 do fouls P, writing Sauces,

30 Reeds, uninunufact'd.free per ct, not crude.. 21 and drawing

15 Pinento..
Ib 5 do manufactured...

20 Nail rods & plates...lb 233 do antiquarian, demy: Pros, package, not ex. do weavers'.

30 ceeding 5000 to the p'k Resin..

lý do wrought

4 pith. royal, elephant, of 12 paper ,(& in same Resinous substances & No copper and spikes double eleph. sup.royal 15 proportion for less quan gums, not specified, in and bolts 4 do blotting, copp lity)..... pack 40 a crude state.

15 do brass or composi.

plate,
col'd for labels,
Pns, pound..

.lb 2) do not a crude state. 25 ti n... .........pr ct 30 or colored for needles, Pine upples from West Rhubarb

.free do zinc.

30 marble or fancy cold, Indies, in bulk. .free Ribbons, silk. .lb. 50 Nankeens.

30 copying, glass, moroc. do pre-erved.....pret 25 Riae.. Napkins, linen... 25 co, pressing board,sand Pipes, clay, for smok'g 30 Rifles.

.each,2 50 do cotton 30 and tissue pasteboard, do lead.

4 Rings, brass, ir. or st... 30 Needles, of all kinds.. 20 gold or silver paper....1274 do cast iron..

1 Rivets do do do.... 30 Nests, birds' 20 de col'd copperplate,

Pistols... ...pr ct 30 Roots,not otherwise sp.free Nets, silk, as milhnery. 30 printing and stainers'.. 10 Plains, ot wol... 40 Rose water..... Nickel... free do fullers' b'ds, paste Plaits for hats or bon'ts 35 Roses, etto of..

25 Nippers.. ..pr ct 30 boards and paper ma. Plants,shrubs and trees tree Rutten stone........... free Niirate of potasiu.. 20 kers' boards, binders' Plantains. in bulk,from Rouge... Nitre, refined...... 2 boards, boxboards,mill West Indies...

free Rubies do partially refined... 14 boards, sheathing, wrap do not do do....pr ct 20 Rugs, hearth and horse 40 di crudle..

.free ping and cartridge.... 3 Plaster of Paris. .free Rules bone, ivory.... Nutmegs... 16.30 do all other,notenum. 15 Plane irons and plunes 30 do brass, wood,iron, &c 30 Nutria skins......pr ct 5 d., envelopes, plain, Plated metal in sheets.. 30 Rum, Ist and second Nux vornica.. .free urmamental, or cold Plate, silver wa res...., 30 proof

gal Oatmenl..

20 biliet dux, or fincy Plated wares of all kind do 31 do. Ochre, ground in oil lb 172 gote, of less size thun not otherwise specified 30 do 4th do. Olli faimonds, sweet. ỹ letter paper... 30 do Cpper...?

30 do 5th do. do of cloves.... 30 do music, with hines, do boiler&enuil iron, in 24 do ubove 5th... do of aniseed....pr ct 20 and paper gilt or cor'd Plaing, unmanuf.. ....frer do cherry. do of juniper.

2 with metal other than Ploughs.. .pr ct 3 Russia diaper.... .pr et do olive, in casks.gal 20 gold and silver ...prct 25 do custings for...... lb

1 do sheetings, brown do in bottles.....pr ct 30 do for screens.. 35 Plumes...........pr ct 25land white....

.pr ct

.pr ct 30

20

pr ct 20

272

.. per ct.

2.) i opaz..

do duck..... .sq yd 7 do do silk....... 30 do plated, iron, or 1 for buttons exclusively. 5 Saddlery, japanned & Shot, lead... ... Ib. 4 other metal.

30 do or ivory, unmanuf.trer tinned. pr ct 20 do cast iron..

1 Spunk

20 Telescopes......berit. 20 do plated, brass and Shovels and tongs.p.c. 30 Spy glisses.

3) T-ntenugce.....

.free poli-hied steel.

30 Surub.... .gal. 62 Squares, ofur'n or steel 3 Thermometers.. perct. 30 Saddles.

30 Sieves, hair....per ct. 20 do of brass or wood.. 30 Th bet shawis &c. Sad irons. lb 22 do wire....

30 Starch.

Ib.
2 real, made up tor use..

40 Sufiton.. .free silk, raw,comprehend. Steel, cast, sheer, and do oi woul....

40 Sago..

..pr ct 20 ing all ingum. ... ...Ib. 50 German, in bars, 1121b 1 50 7'hrend, ligen...... Snl soda....:

20 do bolting clothe...c 2 do all other in bars...2 50 do cotton.... Salmon, pickled...bbl 200 do Moss, pu ified from do manuf: of, not oth Ticking, hemp. Salt, 8c. pr bu, of 56 lbs the gumi...

25 erwise specified, or of do flsx.... do toss I or crude mig. do manut, of, not oth. which steel is a compo.

do cotton (see cotton) eral..

.pt ct 20 erwise specified..., ib.2 FO nen. part.......perci. 30 Ticklenburgs... al' petre, crade .free du do and cotton..p.c 30 Steel yards..

30 Tiles (exrept marble) du partially refin’d.lb do do and wool...... 40 stereotyp- plates...

25 und bricks for paving

25 do retined

do do and worsted... 30 Sieckings, cot'n, wool. 30 T. Pig, bs, blocks 1 Salts, Ep om ....pr ct 20 do do mix'd with gold en, wurred....

30 Tinfil, tiu i sheets or do Glauber. 20 or silver.... 30 do Angora ....

20 plates, terne plates and do Ruchelle.

20 do pungee and plain do silk, made by hand jaggers' tin ... do all other, and all white silk for printing in whole or in purt.... 30 Tin, ali manufactures preparations of salts nut or colonng......... Ib. 1 50 do linen.....

25 of, not otherw. spec'd. 30 einunnerated. 20 do other articles ot, Stockinetis..

30 Tinctures, not other. Sandal wood .free made up by hand, in Stone wire.

30 wisi enumerated...... 25 Sur lines and ther fish whol. or in part, and Stones, precious, se or Tips, ot' one or horn..

5 preserved in oil. 20 notuth.... .pr ct. 30 not set....

7 Tobacco, manut, other Sar-apurla.. .free Silver le f..

20 do ! olishing.......

.free then suitor Cigars.b. 10 Surs net*, silk...... lb 2 50 d manufactures of.. 30 Straw bennels and do unmanufac ured, Sassafras... .prx 20 do watches and parts 7 huts............ per ct. 35 in lenf.......... per ct. 20 Satin, silk... b.2 50 Sisal grass

..t01.23 00 do carpeting, or Chi Tongues and sounds.. 20 Sattiuets.... ..pret 40 Skins, calf and sent,

nese malting

25 Lucar, or Canary, in Suucepans, copper, anned & dress'd.duz.5 00 do mufacturerl, for c'k or bettles......gal. 60 wrought irunur til.... 30 do sheep, or skivers,.200 hats sud boun: ts.... 30 Tools of rade of pe

do cast irun, glazed dy goat or morocco.2 80 Strings, tur musicul SOS striving in U. S. free tuned... Ib. 27, do kid or inorucco...l 30 intrument:.

15 Tooth brushes per ct. 30 Sausages, Bologna, & do tanned and not Stutt goods, (worsted) 30 Tortoise shell.... other...

.prct 25 dressed, goat vr sheep.1 00 Sublimate, corrosive.. Saws, mul, cross-cut do k dan lamb, tun. Sugar, brown, in the Tow...

..ton. 20 00 und pit...

.each, 100 nest and mot dressed... 75 raw stu e, syrup ofsu. Tow cloth oflemp.p.c 20 du üll other. ..pr ct 30 do lanned and dressed gur, or otsugar cane.ib 25 do of fix

25 alivlu table tops... 30 otherwise nun lis.color do bwn, choyed.... 2,2 Toys and dolls of every Scale-beains... 30 viz; fawii, kid & unub, mo all other, advanced

de cription

30 Sulpture, specimens of known as chamois....1 co beyond the ruw state, Trace chains, iron.. lb. specially imported,....free do raw or und esse, by chaying, boiling, Turpentine, sp. of..gal 10 Scythes........... pr ct 30 dried or salt d...per ct. 5 clarifying, or otherwe Seating or hair clitb.. 2) do pickled & in casks, and not yet refined.... 4 Turtles....

. per et, 20 Sealing wax... 25 n t specified.... 20 do refined, whether Twe, tarred...... Ib.

5 Seed, anise, coriander Slates of all kinds 2. loaf, lump, crushed, do untar, os ceaned.

6 cuumin, and canary.. 20 Smaltz.........per ct. 20 pulv, or adulterated & Twist muhair os sitk & Seines..

7 Snuff
Ib. 12 on sugar candy...

6 mohar

.2 0 Seneca root.......pr ct 20 Snuff boxes, paper, ju do syrup. of...... 2 du cotton(see cot).p.c. 30 Senna...

20 punned ur noi jup.p.c. 23 Sulph. of quin'e oz. av 40 Umbrellns and parasols 30 20 Koup, pertumed or do of copper, or blue

do stretchers of iron Serge, woolen..

40 Wmdsor of all kinds. 30 vitriol.... .Jb. 4 or steel, square wire...12 Sewing silk or twist, do all others....... Ib. 4 do of magnesia.pr.ct. 20 Valencias of wool.. 40 Average. .lb.200 do soft.. ...bol. 50 Sulphuric acid..

1 do ot worsted, or silk Shuws, merina

of
S.ap stocks and soap Sumac....

free and wo sted.

30 woul

. per ct, 40 stuff's ........per ct. 10 Sweetmeats of all kids Varnishes of all kinds. 2 do of worsted do. 40 Soda ash..

5 preserved in molasses, Vegetables, use prin. do of silk.......do. su do all carbonates 01,

sugar or brandy ..pr.ct25 cip Jy in dyeing.. free do of colton (see Cot. except soda ush, caril. swords and bludes.... 30 do of ait kinds, net ton,)...:: ..perct. 40 la and kelp

2 Syrup ol'sugar cane.lb 23 u ed in dyeing, and not do if all kinds, made

do powders.

30 Tacks, tinned..per ct. 30 enumerated....per ct. 20 rendy for use....perct. 40 Spudes

30 Taggers' iron.........
5 Veris, lace, maue up..

50 Shect brass... do. 30 Spanish brown, dry.lh 1 Tailors' irons....... 24 Velvet, silk.. ..b.2 50

diron... .. b. 2y do grouod in oil. 1% Talc... .per ct. 20 do cotton, (minimum Snetinc free Spanish flies..

free Tallow

... lb.

1 3i cts, sq. yd.)....pr.c. 30 Shells (exc. pearl) p.c. 20 Spar and alabaster or. Tama inds..... per ct. 2, Venison, hams.....1b. 3 co manut. of..... do 20 naments........ per ct. 30 Tapers, wax.

50 do silver or platel.p.c 20 Shell or fancy boxes, Spectacles, gold, silver Tapes, I nen.

25 do brass or coppe...

25 not otherwise spe...p.c 25 or she!!, mounted.p.c. 20 do cotton...

30 do cap or bordet,cov. Shues, India rub...do). 30 do others..............

25 er-d with silk.... ...b. 12 do and pumps, men's do glusses or pebbles, Tar

15 Verdigris. of leather.... ..pair 30 when not set....gross.2 00 Tarred cordage and Vermicelli, and ailm. do doub. soled pumps Spelter...... per ct. 10 canles...

.b. 5 lar prep's. n t spec'd. 30 and welis, women's pr 40 Spermaceti oil, of for. Tartar,crude & cream.free Vermillion

20 do or slippers, wom's. eign fisheries......gal. 25 do emetic...... perct. 20 Ves els of c pper..... 30 (except silk)..... pair 25 Spikes, iron........lb. 3 T. as imported from do of cast iron, com. di chudren's boots Spirits, dist lled trom China, or other places,

....ib. 1% and bootees. ... pair 15 grain or oth. materials

where grown, in Amer. du glazed or tin do womeu's or men's 1st and 20 provt..gal 60 iran vessels...... .free do of silv. or g'ld..p.c 371 silk or sutin, and slip 3d proof. 65 do from other places,

30 pers

4th do
70 or in for’n. vessels.p.c. 20 Vinegar

.gul 8 do children's do. do.. 15

5th do
75 Teazles ....

20 Vitriol, white,..pr. ct. 20 Snoes for horses, iron. 30

above 5th proof.... 90 Teeth, elephants', and Volatile and essential Shoe binding, wool... 30 Sponges........ per ct. 2 other auimais, not ma Oils, not oih. spec.p.c. 20 do do leather.... 35 Spoons, silver or gold. 30/nufactured, suitable Wafers.

25

Turineric.....

.....free

Suppia....

.......

30Tapioca.

..per ct. 20

mo!!

Vices

...pair 30

Wagon boxes .lb. 1, do Port in casks...... 15 tria, Prussia, Sardinia value whereof at the Wares of all kinds, of do Burg'y, in casks.. 15 and of Portugal and its port of export’n, shall gold or silver, not oth do Ten’ffe, in c. or b. 20 poss'ns, when in bit's. Gi not exceed 7 c. per lb. 5 erwise specified.... 30 do Claret, in cask3... 6 do do when in casks. 25 do all other descrip's. Watı:he, and parts of do White, not enum, of Wire, iron or steel, not of, a duty of the three watches, & watch ma Fr'ce, Austria, Prussia, exceeding No. 14... Jh. 5 cents per pound, ind. 30 terials, not oth. spec... 72 Sard’a, Ptug', & pos. 77 do do over No. 14 & do all manuf. of, ex. Water Colors..

20 do do in bottles.... 20 not exceeding No. 25.. 8 cept curperings. flan. Wix, shoem kers'. 15 do red, not enumer.

do do over No. 25.... 11 nels, bockings, baizes Wax, ainber, or com atell, of same countries do do cotton thread 8 blankets, worsted stutt position leads..... 25 in casks, 6 cts. per gul. do square for umbrel goods, rendy-made Weldi.. free in bottles

20 lax...

pr.c.12% clothing, hus'y, mitts, Whziebone, of foreign do white and red, of Woad, or pastel... lb. 1 caps, gloves »nd bind fisheries... .1344 Spain, Germany & the Wod. all manut. of, ings, (which see)....

40 W heitt

.bush. 23 Ved terran'n. in c'ks.. 124, not othw. specified.p.c 30 Woolen yarn..... 30 Wlaips. .perct. 35 do do in bottles...... 20 do unmanuf'd. of all

Worsted yarn. Whiting. ........1h. 1 do Sicily Maderia, or kinds, not oth'w. spec.

do do do or stuff goods. ..per ct. 25 Marsala, in c'ks. or b. 25 do rose, satin, mahog.

Yams... Wine, Mad.Sherry, Sun do other wines of Si. any and cedar..per ct. 15 Yrn, woolen.. Lucar,or Canary gal. 60lly, in casks or bot... 15 do for fuel, and tim. do flux.. ..... Ib. 6 do Champagne..

401 do all other, not enu ber for b'ld'g wharves, Zinc, in sheets....p. c. 10 do Port, Burgundy & nerated, & other than and lumber, in rough.. 20 do manufactures of.. 30 Cluret, in botlles....... 33 those of France, Aus Wool, unmanuf'd. the

W gs.

KENTUCKY-HENRY CLAY. The Kentucky Electors for President and Vice President met at Frankfort on the 4th day of December, 1844; and after closing their official business, appointed a Committee to prepare an address and to wait upon Mr. Clay the next duy at Ashland. Upon reaching the door of Mr. Clay's dwelling, Mr. UNDERWOOD on behalf of the Committee, read the address and was replied to by Mr. Clay as follows:

MR. CLAY'S REPLY. I am greatly obliged, Gentlemen, by the kindness condemning it in advance. On the contrary, I earnest towards me, which has prompted this visit from they desire that, enlightened by its own reflections, and Governor, the Presidential Eectors of Kentucky and by a deliberate review of all the great interests of the some fmy fellow.citizens in private life. And I thank country, or prompted by public opinion, the henetit you, Sir, (Mr. Underwood) their organ, on this ooca- muy be yet securer of the practical execution of those sion for the feeling and eloquent address which you principles and measures, for which we have honestly have just done me the honor to deliver. I am under contended, that peace nnd honor may be preserved, and the greatest obligations to the People of Kentucky. that this young but great nation may be rendered hur. During more than forty years of iny lite, they have demonious, prosperous, and powerful. inoustrated their contidencent affection towards ine,

We are not without consolntions under the event in every variety of form. This last and crowning evi; which has happened. The Whig party has fully and dence of their long and faithful attachment, exhibited fairly exhibited to the country the principles and men. in the vote which, in their behalt, you gave yesterday; sures which it believed best adapted to secure our liberut the seat. f the State Goveromeat, at the Electoral ties and promote the common welfare. It has made, Coliege of Kentucky, fills me with averflowing grati. in their support, constant and urgent appeals to the tude. But I should fail to express the feelings of my reason and judgment of the people. For myself, i neurt, if I did not also offer my profound and grateful have the high satisfaction to know that I have escaped ackn»wledgiments to uther States, which have united a grent and fearful responsibüity; and that, during the with Kentucky in the endeavor to elect me to the Chief whole canvass, I have done nothing inconsistent with quarter of treemen, embracing so much virihe, intelli-thorized to say that I held out to him the promise of directed strenuous und enthusiastic exertions to the any office or appointment whatever.

What now is the duty of the Whig party? I venture same object.

Their effort has proved unavailing, and the issue of to express any opinion with the greatest diffidence.the election has not corresponded with their anxious The future is enveloped in a veil impenetrable by hu

hopes and confident expectations. You have, Sir, as manyes. I cannot contemplate it without feelings of casioned the result. I will not trust myself to speak of rule in all the vicissitudes of hunan life, public and them. My duty is that of perfect submission to an of what is right, and firmly and undeviatingly to pur. even', which is now irrevocab e.

I will not aflect induference to the personal concerns ne it under all trials and circumstunces, confiding in which I had in the political contest, just terminated; the great Ruler of the Universe for ultimate

succes.--but, unless I um greatly self-deceived, the principal at The Whigs are deliberately convinced of the truth traction to me of the office of President of the United and wisdom of the principles and meusures which they an huinble instrument, in the hands of Providence, to should persevere in contending for them; and that, ad accomplish public good. I desired to see the forser should treat all who hnve the good of their country in puro y of the General Government restored, and to see view with respect and sympathy, and invite their copassed it, averted und remedied. I was anxious that operation in securin, the patriotic objects which it has the policy of the country, esp cially in the great de.jbeen their aim and purpose to accomplish. partment of its domestic labor and industry should be I heartily thank you, Sir, for your friendly wishes for fixed and stable, taat all might know how to regulate my happiness, in the retirement, which henceforward and aceommodate their conduct. And, fully con- best becomes me. Here I hope to enjay, peace and vinced of the wislurn of the public measures, which tranquillity, seeking faithfully to perform in the walks you buve enumerated, I hope to live to witness, and of private life, whatever duties may yet appertain to to contribute to, their adoption and establishment. ine. And I shall never cease, whilst life remains, to

So für us respects any oticia; agency of mine, it has look, with lively interest and deep solicitude, upon the been otherwise de reed, and I bow respectfully to the movement and operutions of our free system of Gov. decree. The future course of the Government is alto-ernmont, and to hope that, under the smiles of an all. gether unknown, und wrupt in painful uncertainty. I wise Providence, the Republic may be ever just, honor. shall not do the new Administration the injustice of able, prosperous and great.

E L E CTION RETURNS,

BY STATES, CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS, AND COUNTIES.

1605

2107

MAINE.

MASSACHUSETTS. 1844. PRES'T. 1840,

PRESIDENT. 1844. GOVERNOR. Counties.

Clau.

Polk. Birney. Har'n, V.B. Co's. Clay, Polk. Bir'y. Brgs. B'n'ft, s'u. Aroestook.

398 907

21....
289 490 Suffolk.. .8778 4659 509. 8778 4659

619 Cumberland. .4483 6367 695. 6790 6438 E sex... .8415

5259 1837....8670 6351 1757 Franklin

1132 1609 392. 1848 20:8 Middlesex...9581 9124 1713....9814 9343 1454 Hancock

.1849 2608 105. .2434 23 9 Worcester...9359 7562 2147....9874 74946 1852 Kennebec .5393 3 33 561 .6905 3521 Hampshire...3725

626 3828 1676 525 Lincoln .4566 5354 461 .6286

5188 Hampden....3416
3 93 451 S40 3125

413 Oxford .1887 4395 397 2932 4800 Franklin.....2723 2047 423 ...2796

344 Penobscot .3376 4895

695.

.4333 4145 Berkshire... 36-6 3885 401....3007 37 0 376 Piscataquis. 1074 1136

228.
.1275 1136 Norfolk... 5217 4287 888....264 4383

765 Somerset

.2849
2:30 435. 3684 2197 Bristol

4903 644....4987 51.15

555 Waldo 1826 4661 316. 2694 5069 Plymouth ...4449

2315 805.

3 05

702 Washington.. .2329 2605 77 .2357 2235 Barnstable... 2290 1415

231....2298

14 2 243 .3216 5117 453. .4785 5725 Dukes........ 302 2:35

24. 206 261 27 Total.... .34,378 45,719 4,836 46,612 46,201

Nantucket... 633

41.... 643 256 39 Polk's majority over Clay, 11,841; over all, 6,500. Total ....67,418 52,846 10,860 69.038 54,189 9,664 Maj. for Harrison, 411.

Clay's mojority over Polk 14,572-Mujurity over both Aggregate vote of 1840.

92,813 Polk and Birncy, 3,712. 1844.

..84,902 Brigg's majority over Bancroft 14 849—Majority over Decrease in four years..

7,911

both Bancroftaná Sewall (Ab,)5,185.

...4872

4613

York

237

109........

2450
2310 Newport:

Total....

NEW HAMPSHIRE.

RHODE ISLAND.

1840, 1844.

1844

1840. Counties: Clay. Polk.Birncy. Harrison.V,B: Bristol ......... 589

Counties: Clau.

Polk. Harrison. V. Buren.

476

136 Belknap. 864 1701 248 1531 2252

Kent..
589

669 Carroll

373

381..
32 1816 233. .1494

1229
473.
914

417 Cheshire .2358 2070 374. 3634

Providence.....3751 3192. Coos..

1711 348

.2481
1364
108. 532 1343

737 Grafton...

665 .2566 4046

712. 631

Washington... 967

3097 4969 Hillsborough .3124 4583 675.

4086
5091

.7,322 4.867 5,277 3.302 Merrimack. .1589

628. 2754 5050 Clay's maj. 2,455 ; Harrison's, 1,975. Whig gain, 494. Rockingham .2830 4007 584. 4115 4983 Strafford

.1702 1808 330. .2356 2054 Sullivan... . 1553 1944 350.

.2098 Total.......17,866 27,160 4,161. 26,297 32,801

CONNECTICUT. Polk over Clay, 9,294; Polk over all, 5,095.

Dist. PRESIDENT, Nov. 1841. GOVERNOR, Apr. Aggregate vote of 1840..

59,098 1.

Claw. Puik. Birncy. Bald. Cleve. Ab. 1841.

49,228 Hartford.....6259 5621 287....6006 5316

Tolland .....1964 Decrease in four years....

1950 120....1860 1893 114 .9,870

Total...8,223 7,5.4 407 ...7,866 7,249 402

2299

288

Essex

New Haven.5546 4726 229....5065 4670 231 VERMONT.

Middlesex ... 324 2354 120. 2124 2282 148 1844.

1840. Counties. Clau.

Total...7,870
Polk. Birney. Har'n. V.B.

7,080

379

359...7,189 6,932 Addison

.2527 772 312. 2806 916 III. Bennington.

.1656 1450 1/8.. 1796 1423 New. London4081 3709 304....3539 3564 257 Caledonia. 1762 1730 184. 2025 1713 Windham ...2620 2544 363....2:36 2420 426 Chittenden.

.1924
1444 386. 2286

1381

Total...6,701 392

667...5,835

683 331 18.

6,253 303

5,984 448 Franklin. 1872 1438 261 2186 1191

IV. Grand Isle. 339 165

363 162 Litchfield....4668 4335 38....4399 4291 384 Lamoile 495 759 411

888 Fairfield.....5368 4599 142....4805 4400 143 Orange .2076 1910 412

2874 2216 Total.. 10,036 8,934 510...9,203 8,681 527 Orleans.. 1192 833 245. 1297

745 Entire vote. 32,832 29,811 1,943..30,093 28,846 1,980 Rutland

.3584

1578 333. 4114 1551 Washingtor.. 1650 2085 301 2057

1984

Clay over Polk, 2.991; over Polk and Birnev, 1,048 Windham... .2642 1703 385. 3472

1715

Baldwin over Cleveland in April, 1,247; Cleveland Windsor..

4669
1843
538. .5817 1821 and Abolition over Baldwin, 742.

It will be seen that at the Presidential Election Total. .26,770 18.041 3,954... 32,443 18,019 there was a Clay majority in each Congressional DisMajority for Clay, 8,729. Harrison's do, 14,424. Itrict of Connecticut.

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.. 1995 ..2014

3604

3809 156 Rockland

790

21931 153 Orange

920

NEW-YORK.

IV. * Lawrence. Macay.W'ms.
PRESIDENT, 1844. PRESIDENT, 1840. VI.Ward.. 853 1624

864

1709 1 Counties. Clau. Pulk Birn'y. Har. VB. B'y.

VII. .2251 1895

2057 2222

19 Albany 7109 6916 124. .6372 5944

45
X. ..1793
1711

2020 Allegnny. .3913 3610 435. 4132

1553

1326 1881 Broome 2661

2508
106.
2395 2131 21

Total...6,428 6,783
Cattaraugus. .2743

85...5,911 7,832

20 2634 497.

2485 64 Cayuga.......4208 5202 376.. 5164 4864 73

* Woodruff. Leonard. Scoles. Chautauque..5612 3407 314. 595 3345 231

VJIL.Ward..2437 2199

2377 2475 6 Chemung ....1791 2:92 106. 1693 2296 91

IX.

2122

2375 2490 2 Chenango....4215

XIV.
44.95 243. 4386

25
..1183 1698

1821 Clinton. 1919 2:18 410. 2023 1828

31

Total...6,214 6,009 273...5,824 Columbia

6,786 11 .4322

4691 11. 4287 4478 Cortland

VI. .2378 2358 543. 2664

* Campbell. Moore. Fish.

2229 44 Delaware.....3071

XI.Ward. 1344 4230 25. 2988 3847 421

2017

2269 Dutchess

XI. .5767 5627 37..

567 5355 5362 161

764

515 853 1 Erie.

XV. 6905 5050 415. ..6784 3691 36

924

2037 1101 Essex 2612 1998 143. 2617 1789

2131

2008 2366 Franklin .1524 1501

XVII. 93. 1440 1110 6

.. 1936 1914

1815 2177 6 Fulton and 2107 2192 100

.1964 1645 29 Hamilton,

Total...7,856 7,750

486

.7,542 8,766 14 123 Genesee.

VII. Barretto. Anderson. Jay. 2105 298. 7057 Greene

646 .2968 3188

1 1678

1683
30.
2931

3258 7 Westchester .4111 Herkimer

22
2868 4346 61-8.

4231
3118
4350

4430
70

4468

18 Jefferson,

.5576

6291
712 .6257 5630 59 Total... 4,807 6,098 22...5,021

6,151 19 Kings .5107 4643 77. 3293 3157 24 VIII. Rankin. Wood'h. Knevels, Lewis.. .1640 2073 154. 1718 1755

37 Dutchess. .5736 Livingston ...3773

5601 35....5698 5735 33 2709 210. .3916 2634 52 Putnam ..... 974 Madison

1739

972
3848 1311
3483

1743
4266 4114 2401
Monroe
6873 5611 430. 6468 4834 77 Total...6,710 7,340 35...6,670

7,478 33 Montgomery: 2849 3278 85 2828 3298 New York..26385

9 IX. Hasbrouck.Niven. Scofirld. 28296 117 .20958

4703 5284 35....4604 Niagara......3100

34 2589

5354 310. 2964 2219 72 Sullivan .....1771 Oneida..

1878

1983 6383

23 7717 1144.

21.... 1745
.7156 7768 393
Onondaga

6495
6878
732 .6557 6563 105
Total...6,474 7,162 56...6,349 7,337

57 Ontario

4568

3659 435. .4828 3451 152 X. Gould, Gordon. Wat'y. Orange 4626 5303

37 4371 4815 3 Delaware... 3314 3828 144....3932 4307 184 Orleans

.2000
2311 276. 2606 2027 77 Ulster .... ..4807 4817

.4787 4839 10 Oswego .3771 4382 851 4192

3907 166 Otsego .4743 60:50 413.. 4856

Total...8,121 5581 60

8,645 144 .7,819 9,136 194 Putpam

979
1731

1583 XI. Queens

Sanford. Collin.
2547 2751

2522
2550 2 Columbia... .4295 4725

4294 4736 11 Rensselaer. .6360 5618 181. 5752 5424 33 Greene 2939 3501

.2935

3529 31 Richmond....1049 1063 1

903

851 Rockland 794

1679
1 637

Total...7,254 8,226
1657

8,265 St. Lawrence 4672 6008 468. 4803 4751

41 XII

Herrick. Seymour.Griffith. Saratoga.....4550 4200 119. .4416

3873 16 Rensselaer...6,242 5,692 175...6,263 5,756 177 Schenectady .1814

1679

31. .1752 1577 Schoharie....2986

5 XIII, Wheaton. Wood. Barker. 3523

.2895

3345 26 Albany .....6,967 7,058 .23:27

98...7,044 2569 124.

101 .2466 2472 13

7,019 Stenben.. 4385 5512 243.. 4081 4820

XIV. Culver. Bishop.Corliss. Suffolk. 2487 3375 14. 2415 3483 Essex 2586

2029 143....2590 2032 Sullivan. .1739 1964

30 1475 1679 9 Washington. 4926 3268 326....4979 3342 327 .1999 2548 90. .1925 2180 5 Tompkins....3815

Total,.,7,512 5,297 474.,7,569 4013

475 322. 3969 3558

5,374
32
.4804 4783 12. .4491 4250

XV. Moore. Russell. Board'n.
Warren... ..133)
1791 113. 1306 1411 5

Clinton 1903 2220 423....1864 2202 431 Washington..5024 3270 338. .5071 3024

1519 1517 86....1518 1521 86 .353 4046 563

4309 3997 36. L. Lake. Ham. Co. 10 Westchester..4258 4412 19. 4083 4374 9

Warren 1328 1694 97.... 1317

1737

100 Wyoming.

2754

2102 412 (with Genesee.) Total...4,7750 5,441 606...4,699 5,520 617 .2056 2110 207 .2072 2087 44

XVI. White. Ellis. Smith. Total..232,482 237,588 15,812...225,817 212,527 2,808 Fulton.......1971 1941 106..

2103

Hamiltont.. Majority for Polk, 5,106; do. for Harrison, 13,290.

150 229

2207 103 Saratoga ....4520 4252 116....4499 4296

120 Dist's. CONGRESS. 1844.

Schenectady. 1782 1702
GOVERNOR.

30....1779 1711 30 I. Cogswell. Lawr'e. Fillm'e. Wr't. Stew't.

Total...8,423 8,124 232...8,381 8,214 253 Queens.. 2506 2744

2797 1 XVII. Al x'r. Benton. Clisbe. Suffolk. .2429 3388 3397 9 Herkimer....2872 4401 572....2877

4418

560 Total...4,935 6,132

3290
10
Montgomery 2834

91....2840
6,194

3296 82 II.

Total...5,706 7,691 663...5,717 * Seam in Murphy.Whiting,

7,714 642 Kings .......5105 4650 62....5020 4781 63 XVIII. Hopkins. King. Mitchell. Richmond...1009 1036

.1044 1071 1
Lewis ....... 1654 2079 153....1655

2/80 153

St.Lawrence 4641 6066 459....4625 6114 Total...6,161 5,686 62...6,064 5,852 64

Total...6,295 8,145

612 ...6,280 8,194 596 NEW-YORK CITY.

XIX. Bradley, Hung'd. Porter. ITI, * Miller. Nicoll, Phenir.

Jefferson... .5,587 6,304 717...5,571 6,341 717 I. Ward ..1246 1026

1235

1080 1 XX. White. Jenkins. Allin. II.

961
584

922 639 5 Oneidat. .7,094 7,617 1,080...6,982 7,893 1,061 ..1639 930

. 1633 997 11 IV.

1520
1057 1606 3

* Natives,
V.
...1695
1328

1456 11

+ Except Long Lake township, Included in 15th Dist

Levi D. Carpenter was also elected to serve out the Total...6,613 5,388 87...6,465 5,778 81 lunexpired term of Samuel Beardsley, resigned.

...7,229

111.

Seneca

148

Tioga.

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