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J. S. Barry, 1. A. Edwards, 2. William McCauley,

D. J. Campau.

3. Salmer Sharpe,

4. John Stockton.

INDIANA.

John Pettit,
1. J. H. Lane,
2. A. F. Morrison,
3. J. F. Read,
4. W. C. Larabee,

5. Jas. S. Athon,
6. George B. Buell,
7. Jas. S. Hester,
8. Samuel A. Hall,

Nathaniel Balton.

9. E. Dumont, 10. A. H. Brown, 11. J. M. Talbott.

ILLINOIS. J. A. McClelland, 1. John Calhoun,

4. Vierby Benedict, 2. E. G. Sanger,

5. D. L. Gregg, 3. E. P. Ferry,

6. E. O'Melveny,

Richard J. Hamilton,

7. Jas. Mahon, 8. Joseph Knox, 9. C. A. Warren.

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JAMES BUCHANAN was elected President, receiving the entire electoral vote of New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Kentucky, Tennessee, Louisiana, Mississippi, Indiana, Illinois, Alabama, Missouri, Arkansas, Florida, Texas, and California–173. J.C. Fremont received the entire vote of Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, Vermont, New York, Ohio, Michigan, Iowa, and Wisconsin—114. Millard Fillmore received the vote of Maryland–8. Joux C. BRECKINRIDGE was elected Vice-President, receiving 173 votes; while W. L. Dayton had 114, and A. J. Donelson 8. The Electors were :

ΜΑΙΝΕ.

Noah Smith, Jr. 1. James Morton, 2. Isaac Gross,

3. K. Crockett,
4. E. Swan,

S. Perham.

5. A. P. Emerson,
6. M. H. Pike.

NEW HAMPSHIRE.
W. H. H. Bailey,

Thomas L. Whitton. 1. Daniel Clarke,

2. Thomas M. Edwards, 3. J. H. White.

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VERMONT.

W. C. Bradley, 1. L. Brainard,

George W. Strong.

3. Porter Baxter.

2. John Porter,

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CONNECTICUT.
H. Dutton,

J. Catlin. 1. Thomas Clark,

3. Wm. A. Buckingham, 4. S. W. Gold 2. E. Spencer,

New YORK.
M. H. Grinnell,

Thomas Carnley.
1. J. S. Wadsworth, 12. H. H. Van Dyck, 23. A. Davenport,
2. E. Field,
13. J. S. Belcher,

24. Le Roy Morgan, 3. M. Tompkins, 14. J. C. Hulbert, 25. E. Burnham, 4. J. P. Jones,

15. D. D. Conover, 26. M. H. Lawrence, 5. A. P. Stanton,

16. J. D. Kingsland, 27. J. B. Williams, 6. E. Cooke, 17. S. Stilwell,

28. Isaac L. Endress, 7. James Kennedy, 18. D. Cady,

29. F. Clarke, 8. R. A. Barnard, 19. R. S. Hughston, 30. W. S. Mallory, 9. H. Raster, 20. W. S. Sayre,

31. W. Keep, 10. J. G. McMurray, 21. J. S. Lynch,

32. R. Wheeler, 11. J. Kelly, 22. D. H. Marsh,

33. Delos E. Sill.

NEW JERSEY.

E. A. Stevens, 1. Benjamin F. Lee, 2. H. L. Little,

3. D. Von Fleet,
4. H. A. Ford,

G. F. Fort.

5. George W. Savage.

PENNSYLVANIA.
Charles K. Buckalew,

W. McCandless. 1. G. W. Nebinger,

10. Isaac Stenker, 18. J. D. Roddy, 2. P. Butler,

11. F. W. Hughes, 19. J. Turney, 3. E. Wartman, 12. T. Osterhout,

20. James A. T. Buchanan, 4. William H. Witte, 13. A. Edninger,

21. William Wilkins, 5. J. McNair, 14. R. Wilbur,

22. J. C. Campbell, 6. J. H. Brinton, 15. George A. Crawford, 23. Thomas Cunningham, 7. D. Laury, 16. James Black,

24. J. Keattey, 8. Charles Kessler, 17. H. J. Stahle,

25. V. Phelps. 9. James Patterson,

DELAWARE.
George C. Gordon,

H. Ridgeley. 1. Charles Wright.

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James Wallace.

5. F. A. Schley,
6. A. R. Sollers.

A. H. Dillard.

10. A. G. Pendleton,
11. J. B. Floyd,
12. S. L. Hayes,
13. Sherrard Clemens.

S. P. Hill.

7. R. P. Waring,
8. W. W. Avery.

J. L. Nowell.

5. F. W. Pickens,
6. J. L. Manning.

J. N. Ramsay.

7. J. P. Saffold,
8. T. W. Thomas.

W. D. Barnes.

J. W. A. Sanford.

6. W. 0. Winston,
7. J. L. M. Curry.

J. W. Matthews.

5. H. T. Ellett.

W. A. Elmore.

4. H. Gray.

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