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BOSTON:
PUBLISHED BY JOHN P. JEWETT AND COMPANY.

CLEVELAND, OHIO :
JEWETT,

PROCTOR AND WORTIILYGTOX.
NEW YORK : BHELDOX, BLAKEMAX AND COMPANY.

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Presidential Electoral Vote

OF THE FREE AND SLAVE STATES COMPARED.

We give below in a comparative table the Presidential clectoral vote of the Free and Slave States. By reference to this table it will be seen that there is a majority of fifty-six electoral votes in favor of the Free States. With this remedy at hand, the question now is, how much longer will the Free States be ruled by the slave power ?

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Free States. No. of Electors. Slave States. No. of Electors. 1. Mitine 8 1. Delaware

3 2. New Hampshire 2. Maryland

8 3. Verinont 5 3. Virginia

15 4. Massachusetts 13 4. North Carolina 10 5. Connecticut

6 5. South Carolina 6. Rhode Island 4 6. Georgia

10 7. New York 35 7. Kentucky

12 8. New Jersey

8. Tennessee

12 9. Pennsylvania 27 9. Louisiana

6 10. Ohio

23 10. Mississippi 11. Indiana 13 11. Alibama

9 12. Illinois

11 12. Missouri 13. Michigan 613. Arkansas

4 14. Iowa 4 14. Florida

3 15. Wisconsin 5 15. Texas.

4 16. Clifornia

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Total .

120 Total

176 Free State majority, 56.

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