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XIII.-Interesting Figures chiefly from the Census of 1860, bearing on Representation.

Free
Colored.

Slaves.

Aggregate
Population.

Representa

White Males tive Popu

over 20. lation,

According
Apportion. Based on
Colored

to whole According

ment un- three fifths
Males over Vote of 1860.

populatn, to White
20.

of 1860. ulation. der Census Slave Pop- including Suffrage.

Colored.

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2,339
2,091
1,753
2,565

290
149

362
2,512
1,918

65
149
6,291
12,989
8,770

53
13,631
1,023

194
353

18

225,849

20

18,907,753

4,944,272

57,497

Alabama.
Arkansas.
Delaware.
Florida.
Georgia..
Kentucky.
Louisiana
Maryland
Mississippi.
Missouri....
North Carolina..
South Carolina..
Tennessee..
Texas
Virginia*.

2,690

144
19,829

932
3,500
10,684
18,617
83,942

773
3,572
30,463
9,914
7,300

355
58,042

435,080
111,115

1,798
61,745
462,198
225,483
331,726

87,189
436,631
114,931
331,059
402,406
275,719
182,566
490,865

18,889.947

790,169
391,004
111,496
115,726
872,406
1,065,490
575,311
652,173
616,652
1,136,039

860,197
542,745
999,513

531,188
1,399,972

964,201
435,450
112,216

140,424
1,057,286
1,155,684

708,002
687,049

791,305
1,182,012
992,622

703,708
1,109,801

604,215
1,596,318

118,589
73,963
22,429
18,687
132,479
217,885
101,499
128,371

85,838
268.262
143,443

68,154
189,470
109,625
245,683

96,458
25,044

4,679
14,315
97,170
50,442
101,814

38,039
113,828
21,872
74,356
87,781
56,770
38,704
123,613

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250,787

944 885

3,950,511 3,950,531

12,240,293 31,148,046

Grand Total.... Representative Ratio...........

10.660.081 29,550.028

1,924,375 6,868,647

476,636

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+ Including Asial'ics. * Nevada admitted since, with one Representative-making whole number, ať present, 242. West Virginia created since, with three Representatives—leaving Virginia 8, instead of 11 allowed in 1860.

* Estimated.

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Votes in the U. S. House of Representatives on the Various Tariffs.

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Statement of the Public Debt of the United States on the 1st of June, 1866.

Debt bearing Coin Interest...
Debt bearing Currency Interest.
Matured Debt not presented for payment......
Debt bearing no Interest.-U.S. Notes.

Fractional Currency.
Gold Certificates of Deposit......

$1,195,825,191 80 1,147,222,226 28

4,900,429 64

$402,128,318 00

27,334,965 04
22,568,320 00

452,031,603 04

2,799,979,450 76

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129,691,083 24 $2,670,288,367 52

Amount of Debt, less Cash in Treasury.......

* July 12-In SENATE, postponed tili December next-yeas 23, nays 17, as follow: YEAS—Messrs. Brown, Davis, Doolittle, Foster, Grimes, Guthrie, Harris, Henderson, Hendricks, Johnson, Kirkwood, Lane, Morgan, Nesmith, Norton, Pomeroy, Riddle, Sauls tury, Sumner, Trumbull, Willey, Williams, Wilson--23.

Nays-Messrs. Anthony, Chandler, Clark, Conness, Cowan, Cragin, Edmunds, Fessenden, Howard, Howe, Poland, Ramsey, Sherman, Sprague, Stewart, Van Winkle, Wade-17.

ALABAMA, reconstruction facts, 12, 21-34; claimants in Con- | ELECTIONS OF 1866, returns of, 120.

gress, 107, 108; resolutions of legislature, 22; laws on ELECTIVE FRANCHISE in the States, resolution concerning,
freedmen, 33, 34.

110; in Territories, to be no discrimination on account
AMENDMENT OF CONSTITUTION, President Johnson's message, of color, 116; President Johnson's allusion to, 19, 20,

and Secretary Seward's report upon, 83, 84; votes adopt 24, 49, 52–55; President Lincoln, note, 24.

ing, 102; preliminary votes and propositions, 103-106. FENIANS, Prosident Johnson's proclamation respecting, 17,
AMNESTY, President Johnsou’s proclamation of, 9; Mr. Sew 18; Attorney General Speed's order for arrest of, note,
ard's cir:ular, 10.

18; resolution on, 113, 114.
ANCONA, SYDENHAM E., resolution on Febians, 113.

FLORIDA, provisional governor appointed, 12; General Gill-
ANTI-SLAVERY AMENDMENT, announcement of ratification of, more's order annulling the call of acting Gov. Allison

6; action of insurrectionary States, 19–24; President for meeting of rebel legislature, 24 ; reconstruction,
Johnson's telegrams respecting, 22, 23, :5.

steps in, 24, 25; Freedmen's code, 38-41; claimants in
APPOINTMENTS TO OFFICE, President Johason's order respect Congress, 107, 108.
ing, 17.

Foor, SOLOMO.x, Senator, death of, 107.
ARKANSAS, President Johnson's telegram to Gov. Murphy, FORNEY, John W., Secretary of the Senate, 107; allusion of
28; claimants in Congress, 107, 108.

President Johnson to, 61.
ARREST OF DAVIS, CLAY, &c., order_for, 7; release of Clay, FREEDMEN, orders respecting, 12, 13; laws concerning, 29-44.
note, 8; resolution on trial of Davis, 113.

FREEDMEN'S BUREAU, President Johnson's veto of bill for, and
ASSASSINS OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN, President Johnson's orders votes on passing and repassing, 68-74; number of rations
for trial and punishment of, 7.

issued by, to April 1, 1866, note, 69.
BINGHAM, JOAN A., reports on immunities of citizens, 105; GEORGIA, General Gillmore's order annulling Gov. Brown's

concerning Tennessee, 105; amendment to resolution call for a meeting of the rebel legislature, 20; recon.
on President's policy, 111.

struction, steps in, 20, 21; laws on freedmen, 32, 33;
BLOCKADE, proclamation concerning, 7, 9, 13.

claimants in Congress, 107, 108.
BOUTWELL, GEORGE S., resulution respecting trial of Jeffer-GRANT, ULYSSES S., General, report on condition of insurrec-
son Davis, 113.

tionary States, 67, 68; surrender of Lee to, 120, 121;
BROOKS, JAMES, Representative in thirty-ninth Congress, 108; orders of, to protect loyal persons and suppress disloyal
unseated, note, 108.

newspapers, 122, 123, 124.
BROWNLOW, WILLIAM G., President Johnson's telegram to, HABEAS CORPUS, annulling suspension of, in certain States,
27.

15; resolution on, 112; bill respecting, 116.
CABINET of President Johnson, 107.

HALE, ROBERT S., amendment to District of Columbia suf.
CAMPBELL, JOHN A. parole of, 14.

frage bill, 114.
CANBY, E. R. S., tulegram forbidding meeting of rebel legis- HARLAN, JAMES, Secretary of the Interior, 107.
latures, 19.

IIENDERSON, JAMES II. D., resolution on punishment of trea-
CENSUS TABLES, on Representation, population, &c., 125.

son, 109,
CITIZENSHIP OF UNITED STATES, proposed Constitutional IlILL, RALPH, resolution on test oath, 110.

amendment respecting, 102; legislation upon, 78; Pres- HOLDEN, WILLIAM W., appointed provisional governor of
ident Johnson's views, 74.

North Carolina, 11; President Johnson's telegram to,
CIVIL Rights, proposed amendment to secure, 102-106.

respecting rebel de!t, 19; defeated for Governor, 19.
CIVIL RIGHTS BILL, President Johnson's veto of, and votes IIOMESTEAD ACT, bill extending the, votes on, 116.
on passing and re-passing, 74-80.

llowARD, 0. O., orders of, as Commissioner of Freedmen's
CLARK, CHARLES, parole of, 14; attempt to call rebel legisla Affairs, 12, 13.
ture and General Canby's order forbidding, 19.

INSURRECTIONARY STATES, President's proclamations concern-
CLAY, CLEMENT C., reward for arrest, 8; parole of, note, 8. ing 7, 9, 11, 13–17; reconstruction steps in, 18--8; le-
CODES, FREEDMEN'S, orders, and legislation, 12, 13, 29-41. gislation respecting freedmen, 29-44; President Jóan-
COLORADO, bill for admission of, veto and votes, 81–83.

sou's messages, concerning, 64-67; Lieutenant General
COLORED PEOPLE, of District of Columbia, President Johnson's Grant's repori, 67, 68; l’resiilent Johnson on représen-

address to, 63; conventions and action of, in insurrec tation of, 57-66, 71, 72; votes in Congress upon, note,
tionary States, 18, 20, 21-21.

72; reports and propositions, 102–106; claimants from,
COLORED SOLDIERS, President Johnson's addresses to, 49-52. for seats in Congress, and memoranda respecting, 107,
COLORED SUFFRAGE, President Johnson's telegram to Prov. 108.

Gov. Sharkey on, 19, 20; President Lincoln's letter to | JOHNSON, ANDREW, Cabinet of, 107: inauguration of, 44.
Governor Hahn on, note, 20; President Johnson's allu. | Johnson, ANDREW, INTERVIEWS AND SPEECHES—To citizens
sions to, 24, 49, 52–55; proposed in District of Columbia, of Indiana, 41-17; Nashville speech of June 9, 1864,
114-116; in the Territories, 116; proposed in Conuec note, 46, 47; to Virginia refugees, 47, 48; with George
ticut and vote, 120.

L. Stearns, 48, 49; to colored soldiers, October 10, 1863,
COMMERCIAL INTERCOURSE, President Johnson's orders re 49-51; with Senator Dixon, 51-52; with colored delega-
specting, 7, 9, 13.

tion respecting suffrage, and reply of, 52-55; with com-
CONGRESS, resolution on duty of, to guarantee a republican mittee of the Virginia legislature, 56-58, speech of

form of government, 112; President Johnson's telegram February 22, 1866, 58-63; speech to colored people of
to Provisional Governor Perry on organization of 39 th, District of Columbia, 63.
24; members of 39th, 107, 108,

JOHNSOX, ANDREW, MCS BAGE3 OP-Annual, 64-66 ; special,
CONNECTICUT, election of 1865 on colored suffrage, and elec on the condition of the insurrectionary States, 66, 67;
tion of 1866, 120.

veto of Frecamca's Bureau bill, 68-72; veto of civil
CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES, copy of, 1-6; Dr. Sew rights bill, 74-78; voto of Colorado bill, 81, 82; on pro-

ard's certificate of ratification of anti-slavery amend posed constitutional amendment, 83.
mont, 6; President Johnson's message on proposed JOHNSON, ANDREW, ORDERS AND PROCLAMATIONS OF, 7--18;
amendment to, 83; votes on propositi ns of amendineut, on commercial intercourse and blockade, 7, 9, 13; for
102-106.

trial and punishment of Abraham Lincoln's assassins,
CONVENTION, proposed National Union, 118; resolution of 7; for arrest of Jefferson Davis, Clement C. Clay, and

Democratic National, 118; of Pennsylvania Union and others, 7; for release of latter, note, 8; recognizing
Democrat, 123; Union National, 117; Maryland Union, Pierpoint's administratiou in Virginia, 8; respecting
124; southern Unionist, 124.

rebel cruisers receiving hospitality in foreign poits, 9;
COOPER, EDMUND, telegram respecting peace proclamation, of amnesty, 9, 10; appointing provisional governo:s in
17; claimant of seat in Congress, 108.

North · arolin:, Mississippi, Georgia, Texas, Alabami,
DAVIS, JEFFERSON, President Johnson's order for arrest of, 7; South Carolina, Florida, 11, 12; respecting freedmer, 12.
resolution for trial of, 113.

13; for return of property to purdoned persons, 1:3; re-
DEFREES, JOSEPH H., resolution on elective franchise, 110. specting the State of Tennessee, 13, 14; Passports for pa.
DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL PLATFORM of 1864, 118; Address of roled prisoners, 14; paroling certain State prisoners, 14;

Democratic Congressmen, 119, 120; platform of Peuna., withdrawing martial law from Kentucky, 15; anuulling
123.

the suspension of the habeas corpus, 15; announcing
DENNISON, WILLIAM, Postmaster General, 107.

that the rebellion has ended, 15, 16; President John-
DIRECT TAXEs, proposed constitutional amendment on, 101. son's interpretation thereof, nose, 17; in relation to
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, President Johnson on proposed suf appointments to office, 17; in relation to trials by mili.
frage in, 52; bill on suffrage, 114-116.

tary courts and comm ssions, 17; forbidding the inva-
DODGE, WILLIAM E., qualified as representative, note, 108. sion of Canada by the Fenians, 17, 18.
DOUGLASS, FREDERICK, interview with President Johnson, JOHNSON, ANDREW, TELEGRAMS OF, to Provisional Governor
52-56.

Ilolden on repudiating rebel debt of North Carolina,
EDMUNDS, GEORGE F., qualified as Senator, note, 107.

19; to Provisional Governor Sharkey, op colored suf-

frage in Mississippi, 19, 20; to Provisional Governor | REPRESENTATION, proposed constitutional amendment on,
Johnson ou repudiating rebel debt of Georgia, 20, 21; 102-105; eensus tables on, 125.
to Provisional Governor Perry of South Carolina on REPRESENTATION OF INSURRECTIONARY STATES, President John-
ratifying anti-slavery amendment, 22, on annulling son's allusions to, 57-66, 71, 72, 82; concurrent resolu-
ordinance of secession, 23, on Representatives elected tion upon, note, 72; majority and minority reports upon,
to Congress presenting their credentials, 24; to Pro 8+-101; bills and propositions relating to, 102-106;
visional Governor Marvin of Florida, 25; to Governor resolution concerning, 109.
Brownlow of Tennessee on sustaining and enforcing the REPRESENTATIVES IN THIRTY-NINTI CONGRESS AND CLAIMANTS,
election laws of that State, 27; to Governor Murphy of 108, 109.
Arkansas, 28.

RESOLUTIONS ON POLITICAL SUBJECTS, 109-114.
JOHNSON, ANDREW, thanks of House to, 113; sundry resolu- RHODE ISLAND, election of 1866, 120.
tions respecting, 111, 112.

SCHENCK, ROBERT C., propositions on representation, 104,
JOHNSON, JAMES, appointed provisional governor of Geor 105; on Fenian resolution, 114; on suffrage in District
gia, 12, telegrams from and to, 20, 21.

of Columbia, 115.
Jouxstos, JOSEPH E, agreement with General Sherman, SENATORS IN TwinTY-NINTH Congress, AND CLAIMANTS, 107,
121, 122

108.
JOINT RECONSTRUCTION COMMITTEE, majority and minority SEWARD, WILLIAM 11., Secretary of State, 107 ; certificate of

reports of, 81-101; various propositions of, and votes ratification of anti-slavery amendment, 6; telegrams
upon, 102-106.

to provisional governors, 21, 23, 24, 25; report on
KELLEY, WILLIAM D., bill to regulate suffrage in District of transmission of proposed constitutional amendment,
Columbia, 114.

83, 84,
KENTUCKY, withdrawal of martial law, 15.

SHARKEY, WILLIAM L., provisional governor of Mississippi,
KIRKWOOD, SAMUEL J., qualified as Senator, note, 107.

12; action as, 19, 20; President Johnson's telegram on
LEE, R. E, surrender to General Grant, 120, 121.

colored suffrage, 19, 20; claimant as Senator, 107.
LINCOLN, ABRAHAM, orders for trial and punishment of assas- SHERMAN, WILLIAM T., agreement with General Joseph E.

sins of, 7; letter of, to Governor Hahn on colored suf Johnston, 121, 122.
frage, note, 20; telegram to General Weitzel forbidding SICKLES, DANIEL E., order of, setting aside South Carolina's
the meeting of the rebel legislature of Virginia, 26.

code, 36–38.
LIST OF CONGRESSMEN AND CLAIMANTS, 107, 108.

South CAROLINA, provisional governor appointed, 12; re.
LONGYEAR, JOHN W., resolutions on public affairs, 111-113. construction, steps in, 22-21; General Gillmore's order
LOUISIANA, J. M. Wells elected Governor, 28; James T. Mon annulling Governor Magrath's call for legislature, 22;

roo mayor of New Orleans, and pardon of, 28, 29; legis President Johnson's and Secretary Seward's telegrams,
lation on freedmen, 43, 41; claimants in Congress, 107, 22, 23, 21; failure to repudiate rebel debt, note, 24;
108.

form of ratifying anti-slavery amendment, 23; laws
MARVIN, WM., appointed provisional governor of Florida, on freedmen, and order of General Sickles relating
12; claimant of seat in Senate, 107.

thereto, 31-37; claimants in Congress, 107, 108.
MARYLAND, Unconditional Union platform, 124.

SPEED, JAMES, Attorney General, 107; order for arrest of
MCCULLOCII, IIUGA, Secretary of Treasury, 107.

Fenians, note, 18.
McPAERSON, EDWARD, Clerk of House, 103; telegrams of Stanton, EDWIN M., Secretary of War, 107.
Provisional Governor Perry, as to action of, 21.

STEANNS, GEORGE L., President Johnson's interview with,
MESSAGES OF PRESIDENT JOHNSON, annual, 64-66; on con-

48, 49.
dition of insurrectionary States, 66; vetoes of Freedmen's STEPHENS, ALEXANDER H., parole of, 14; claimant in Con-
Burean, Civil Rights, and Colorado bills, 61-82; on pro-

gress, 107.
posed coustitutional amendment, 82.

STEVENS, THADDEUS, allusion of President Johnson to, 61;
MILITARY Courts, effect of peace proclamation upon, note, resolution on representation, note, 72; propositions
17; order in relation to trials by, 17.

from Reconstruction Committee, 103-105; resolution
MISSISSIPPI, rebel legislature forbidden to assemble, 19; on test oath for lawyers, 111; motion not to recognize

reconstruction steps in, 19, 20; President Johnson's the North Carolina State government, 113.
telegram to Provisional Governor Sharkey on col- STOCKTON, JOHN P., Senator, 107; unseated, note, 107.
ored suffrage, 19, 20; convention of colored people of, SUFFRAGE in District of Columbia, 111-116; in territories,
20; laws on freedmen, 29-32; claimants in Congress, 116, 117; vote in Connecticut, 120; President Lincoln
107, 108.

upon, note, 20; President Johnson, 19, 20, 24, 49, 52-55.
MORRILL, Lot M., amendments to District of Columbia suf- SUMNER, CHARLES, allusion of President Johnson to, 61.
frage bill, 115.

TABER, STEPHEN, amendment to homestead act, 116
NEBRASKA, election of 1866, 120.

TABULAR STATEMENTS, on representation, tariff, debt, 125,
NEW HAMPSHIRE, election of 1866, 120.

126.
NEW JERSEY, Senator from, unseated, note, 107.

TARIFF, votes on all, since 1816, 126.
NORTH CAROLINA, provisional governor appointed, 11; steps TENNESSEE, President Johnson's proclamation respecting

taken in reconstruction, 18, 19; claimants for seats in suppression of insurrection in, 13; franchise acts in, 27,
Senate and IIouse, 107, 108; convention of colored peo 23, and President Johnson's telegram concerning, 27;
ple of, 18; laws concerning freedmen, 29.

legislation on freedmen, 42, 43; joint resolution con-
OFFICE, President Johnson's order respecting appointments cerving, 105.
to, 17.

TERRITORIES, elective franchise in, 116.
ORDERS, MILITARY, of General Sickles, setting aside Freed- Terry, General, order setting aside vagrant act of Virginia,

men's code for South Carolina, 36–38; of General Terry 41, 42; sustained by President Johnson, 42.
in Virginia, 41-42; President Johnson declined to inter- TEST OATII, action of North Carolina requesting repeal of,
fere, 42; of General Grant to protect loyal persons and 19; of Mississippi, 20; vote in House on, 110, iíi.
suppress disloyal newspapers, 122, 123, 124.

Texas, provisional governor appointed, 12; action of con-
OREGON, election of 1866, 120.

vention, 28; legislation on freedmen, 43.
PARDONED REBELS, order for return of property to, 13. THORNTON, ANTHONY, resolution on elective franchise, 110.
PAROLED PRISONERS, passports ordered for, 14, 15.

TREASON, PUNISHMENT OF, resolution respecting, 109.
PAP.SONS, LEWIS E., appointed provisional governor of Ala- | Trenaolm, GEORGE A., parole of, 14.
bama, 12; claimant of seat as Senator, 107.

VIRGINIA, order to re-establish authority of United States in,
PENNSYLVANIA, resolutions of Union and Democratic conven 8, 9; call for meeting of rebel legislature, 25; Mr. Lin-
tions, 123.

coln's telegram forbidding it, 25; legislation, &c., in, 26,
PERRY, BENJAMIN F., appointed provisional governor of 27; freedmen's code, and General Terry's order setting

South Carolina, 12; telegrams on sundry topics, 22, 23, aside vagrant act, 41, 42; claimaats in Congress, 107,
24; claimant of seat as Senator, 107.

108.
PAILLIPS, WENDELL, allusion of President Johnson to, 61. VOORHEES, DANIEL W., Representative in Thirty-Ninth Con-
PLATFORMS OF 1861, Union and Democratio, 117, 118.

gress, 108; unseated, note, 108; resolution endorsing
PROVISIONAL GOVERNORS appointed, 11, 12.

President Johnson's policy, ull.
PUBLIC DEBT, resolution respecting inviolability of, 109; pro- Warren, Gouverneur K., General, telegram of General

posed constitutional amendment respecting, 102, 103; Cariby to, prohibiting the meeting of the rebel legisla-
amount of, 126.

ture of Mississippi, 19.
PUBLIC LANDS, legislation on, 116.

WASHBURN, IIENRY D., qualified as Representative, note, 108.
RANDALL, SAMUEL J., resolution on public debt, 109.

WELLES, GIDEON, Secretary of the Navy, 107.
REBEL CRUISERS, proclamation concerning, 9.

WEST VIRGINIA, bill, votos on, 116; election of 1866, 120.
REBELLION SUPPRESSED, proclamation announcing the, 15, 16. WILLEY, Waitman T, amendment to District of Columbia
REBELS PARDONED, order for return of property to, 13.

bill, 115, 116.
REBEL Debt, proposition to repudiate, 102, 106; resolution WILLIAMS, THOMAS, resolution on withdrawal of military

concerning, 109; action of legislatures of insurrection force, 111.
ary states on rebel State debt., 19, 21, 23, 24, 28.

Wilson, JAMES F., proposition relative to rebel dubt, 100;
RECONSTRUCTION COMMITTEE, majority and minority reports resolution on representation, 109, 110; amendınent to
of, 84–101; votes upon propositions of, 102–106.

District of Columbia bill, 114.

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