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VIRGINIA.

GOVERNOR-(Continued.)
Dem.
Opp.
Goggin. Letcher.
931

205

426

Total... 5491 5360 Maj. for Goggin, 131. Thomas S. Bocock, Dem., reëlected to Congress, without opposition.

.....

Total.... 5435 Maj. for Goggin, 886. Shelton F. Leake, Ind. Dem., elected to Congress ey 1,550 maj. over Powell, regular Dem.

VIII.

Berkeley
Clarke

5181

5677

Total..
Shackelford, Ind. Dem.,
received 430 votes for Con-
gress.

Maj. for Letcher, 496.

403

IX.
Augusta...
Bath...
433 Hardy...

204
267

Total...... 5998 6889
Maj. for Letcher, 891.

771

229

Highland.
883
Pendleton....
Rockbridge.. 1230
Rockingham. 700
Shenandoah.. 273

Alex. R. Boteler, Opp., elected to Congress by 167 majority.

463

568

507

Fayette

Wm. Smith, Dem., elected
to Congress by 302 maj.
Floyd
Goggin. Letcher. Giles
883 1057 Greenbrier
871 Logan..
Frederick.. 888 1124 Mercer

252

Hampshire
Jefferson

701
857
1798

Loudoun

274

Morgan
Page
Warren

130

215

VI.

Goggin. Letcher. Albemarle ... 931 1303 Amherst..... 732 654 XI. Bedford 1386 815 Barbour.... 467 Braxton Buckingham.. 535 482 Fluvanna.... 826 Cabell.. Greene. 126 887 Calhoun.. Madison...

132

586 Doddridge
883 Gilmer

Nelson

739

1020 Wirt

196 Wood...

879

712

Total... 3388 3861
Maj. for Letcher, 473.
William O. Goode, Dem.,
elected over Flournoy, Ind.
Dem. Mr. Goode died be-
fore taking his seat, and his
place was filled by the elec- X.
tion of Roger A. Pryor, Dem. Brooke
Goggin. Letcher. Hancock
470 Marion...
Appomattox. 263
Campbell.... 1885 1129 Marshall
Franklin

Goggin. Letcher.
213 869
804

V.

144

468

1197

828

1010

884 Monongalia.. 641
758 Ohio

Halifax.

358

576

419 Pleasants...

Henry.
Patrick.
Pittsylvania.. 1396 1107 Taylor

1323
76
505

503

593 Preston..

530

289

Tyler..
Wetzel...

65

Harrison

4549 Jackson

Kanawha...

Lewis

Mason
Putnam
Randol
VII.
Goggin, Letcher. Ritchie
Alexandria
874
Culpeper..... 497
Fairfax.
691

620 Roane
475 Tucker
717 Upshur....

Goggin. Letcher.
2170 1402

230

VIRGINIA.

GOVERNOR-(Continued.)
Opp.
Goggin. Letcher.
136

Dem

836

Total.. 5082 7284 Maj. for Letcher, 2,202. Sherrard Clemens, Dem., reëlected to Congress, without opposition.

Districts.

XI.

259
588

451

226

137 802

17 292

Hyde Jones Lenoir.. Onslow 355 Pitt... 292 Wayne

714

49

256

385

852 Brunswick

463
889

Total......
476 4882
Maj. for Ruffin, 8,906.
III. *McDuffie. Winslow,
339 Bladen
192 888
No return.
92 272
450 Cumberland.. 404 1089
429 Duplin
67
780
90 769
No return.
$25
104 593

779 Columbus..

94

557

845

672 New-Hanover
888 Richmond

615

1063 Monroe..
875 Montgomery.
722 Nicholas.. 364 803 Robeson...
261 Pocahontas...
960 Raleigh..
456 Roanoke..
Wayne..
Wyoming..

134
381

419 Sampson..

148

Total.. 6928
Maj. for Letcher, 2,187.
Elbert G. Jenkins, Dem.,
elected to Congress by 1,838
majority over Laidley, Opp.
Goggin. Letcher.
210

150

'486

XII.

Alleghany
Boone.

Botetourt.

Tazewell..

541

Total... 5986 8398 Smyth..
Maj. for Letcher, 2,412.
John T. Harris, Ind. Dem.,
elected to Congress, over
Skinner, regular Dem., by
931 majority.

Washington.. 966

208
743

Clay

Craig

Wise
Wythe

409

320

78
Total... 6960 7167
Maj. for Letcher, 207.

No opposition to H. A. Granville
Edmundson, Dem., for Con-Johnson.....
Nash.
gress.
XIII. Goggin. Letcher. Orange.
231 Buchanan... 73 164 Wake..
854 Carroll
844 Warren

461

384

497

478 Grayson.
411 Lee

688

624

115

814

1208 McDowell..
2402 Pulaski..
1912 Russell
Scott..

751

600

598

Goggin. Letcher. Districts.
426 817 I.
317 Bertie

849

413

504 Camden

26 104

60 780

888 1188

90

92

346

522

277 Chowan
609 Currituck.
825 Gates..

283

269

170

1092 Halifax..
510 Hertford

Total...... 6442 5810 Maj. for Goggin, 632. Elbert S. Martin, Ind. Dem., elected to Congress by 803 majority over Floyd, 975 regular Dem.

683

TOTAL VOTE OF STATE.

1030
146

Opposition.
810 Governor..Goggin.. 71,543
551 Att'y Gen.. Preston.. 64,368
460

Democrats.

809 Governor..Letcher.. 77,112
Att'y Gen..Tucker... 78,124
Maj. for Letcher, 5,569;
do. for Tucker, 8,756.

North Carolina-1859.
CONGRESS.

Opp.
Smith.
665

538 294

236

452

467 Martin

562 479 852 649 Northampton. 599 448 Pasquotank... 569 427 Perquimans.. 431 430 Tyrrell 397 422 Washington.. 471

261

176

422

NORTH CAROLINA.

302 Beaufort...
660 Carteret..
Craven
9115 Edgecomb
Greene..

Total...... 6045
Maj. for Smi. h, 514.

CONGRESS-(Continued.)
Opp.
Scattering. Ruffin.
140 837

Dem.

202

875

867

235

33

239

404

Districts.
II.

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80

4

50

16

183

59

140

17

810

88

897

61

509

11 827

Total.. 949 4186 Maj. for Winslow, 3,237. * Independent Democrat. IV. Franklin..

Sanders. Branch. 232 626

290

675

546

860

66

879

572 729 696 1405 57

653 Total... 2459 5827 Maj. for Branch, 8,868. Gilmer. Williams 576 689 886

V.
Alamance

852

468

179

559 502 427

559 Caswell.... 188

454

621
870
226
775

Chatham.... 983
Guilford... 2047
Montgomery.. 639
Moore.
Person
Randolph.... 1203

529

201

...

293 Rowan.

750 Stanly.
758 Union..

840

280
131

255

Total...... 6361 4512 Maj. for Gilmer, 1,849. Leach. Scales. Alexander.... 539 866 Allegany 833

VI.

147

452

Ashe
Davidson
Davie

739
1470

793

681

Forsyth..
Iredell

$79 955 1061 1583 472 1417 768!

926

697

Rockingham.. 402
Stokes..
Surry

517

601

Yadkin

932
Total...... 8566 7664
Maj. for Leach, 902.
Walkup, Craige.
257
765
353

VII.
Dem.
Anson..
Shaw.
506 Cabarrus
109 Catawba..

517

181

689

286 Cleveland.

106

729

658 Gaston...

96

708

406 Lincoln...

489

777 759 Mecklenburg.

849

69

621

192

411

756

771

280

Total... 4075 5495
Maj. for Craige, 1,420.
VIII.
Vance. Coleman.
833
Buncombe...
858
414
5531 Burke.
Caldwell...

559
529

298

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Districts.
I.

Appling
Berrien..

Brooks

Bryan....
Bulloch..

Camden

Pike..

TOTAL VOTE OF THE STATE.
Opposition.
Cong., 59...Opp.,...36957 Spaulding
Gov'nor, '58...McRae, 39965

Talbot..

Democrats. 43928 '59....Dem.,. Cong, 56222 Goo'nor, '58...Ellis...

Dem. maj. on Congress, 6,971; Ellis, 16,257.

Georgia-1859.

CONGRESS.

Chatham...

Charlton...

Clinch.

Coffee
Colquitt.....
Echols...

Effingham..
Emanuel.

Glynn

Irwin

ELECTION RETURNS-GEORGIA, LOUISIANA AND TEXAS.

Johnson

Laurens

Liberty.

Lowndes
McIntosh

1190

463

Pierce..

Tattnall.

Telfair

Thomas

Ware

Wayne

Early

Lee...

72

Montgomery.. 259

19 176

140

428

44

22

........

Macon

Marion

Miller
Mitchell.

Muscogee
Pulaski

Quitman..

Randolph

Dem. Opp. McIntyre. Love. 87 448

165

289

128

21

43

649

11

351

180

643 191

859

616

6331

146

187

115

216

517

230

197

93

209

885

318

48

97

682

148

157

GEORGIA.

CONGRESS-(Continuel.)

544

217

572

345

800

152

569

137

696

190

261

Schley

Stewart..

592

Sumter
Terrell....... 878

6437 Total...

Bethune, Ind., received 417 votes for Congress.

Crawford over Douglas,Twiggs....

1,842.

III.
Bibb

Butts..
Crawford

Harris..

Houston

Monroe..

Taylor.
Upson

Total..
3881 7247
Maj. for Love, 8,366.
Douglas. Crawford.
92 207
299

II.
Baker
Calhoun

102

Chattahoochee 242

888

225

253

Clay
Decatur......

511

544

Dooley.
Dougherty.

299

263

215

284

Jackson

387

201 Lumpkin

353
749

406

199

468

218

557

507

274

IV.

Campbell..
Carroll..
Clayton..

Cobb

Coweta
De Kalb..

Fayette
Fulton...

Total...... 6053

8877

105

41

279

Maj. for Gartrell, 2,824.
Shackelford. Underw'd.
151 1236

V.

84

144 Cass.

80

49 132 Catoosa...... 254 170 Chattooga.

223

181

465 Cherokee

109

41 176 Dade....

13

9

200 Fannin 180 Floyd

CONGRESS (Continued.)
Dem.
Dem. Districts.
Opp.
Opp.
VIL
Hill. Harper.
Douglas. Crawford.
818
216 Baldwin
275
8 259 Greene
109

629

391

272 Hancock
Jasper

449

8279 Jones..

189

382

723

283

167

Washington.. 578
893
Wilkinson....

235 Gilmer
218 Gordon..

236 Haralson

144

Milton

55

199

Murray. Paulding 291 Pickens

192

Polk

477

231
125

Walker..
Whitfield

Hall..

Hart

683

534

Hardeman. Spoor.
908 879

825

881

248

896

453

VIII. 556 Burke

580 Columbia.

618 Elbert....

474 Glascock

633

423

Madison....

Rabun

Towns....

Union

Walton.,

White

GEORGIA.

839

127

77

Total...... 2162 12339
Majority for Underwood,
10,177.

VI.
Banks
Clarke.......
Dawson

Forsyth

Franklin

Gwinnett.

Habersham...

Morgan..
Newton

Putnam

445

564

320

553
5483 } Scriven......
Total...... 5636
Maj. for Hardeman, 153.
Wright. Gartrell.
889

777

443

1169

Total.
4507 4912
Maj. for Jones, 405.

283

357

552

1180

477

775

363

TOTAL VOTE OF THE STATE.
Opposition.
703 Governor. Akin.....42195
Congress..Opposition 36419

315

544

899

1221

TOTAL VOTE OF THE STATE.
Opposition.
15587
Governor... Wells...
Lt. Gov....Ray
.... 16047
Sec. State.. Blake... 15156
Democrats.
Democrats.
24434
Governor.Brown.... 63806 Governor...Moore..
Congress..Dem.,.... 61134 Lt. Gov. ...Hyams.. 24918
Majori's.-Brown, 21,611; Sec. State..Hardy.. 25142
Congress, 24,715.

Heard.

337

565

598

Henry.
653
Merriwether 592
750
Troup

672

816

17

19

43 416 96

492 Jefferson

362 Lincoln.....

186 292 Oglethorpe... 875 Richmond... 1103

259 Talliaferro... 211 345 Warren 329 Wilkes

417

413

Districts.
628
I.

514

1121

324

415

989

982

740

866

890

712

745

IV.
832 Bienville...

325 Bossier

639 Caddo..
557 Calcasieu
Caldwell.

4353 Claiborne..
Total.
4492
De Soto...
Maj. for Hill, 189.
Wright. Jones. Franklin..
514 Jackson

351

407 Lafayette
518 Morehouse..
232 Nachitoches
839 Ouachita
220 Rapides
458 Sabine

920 St. Landry
282 Union.

188

Vermillion
Winn

442

392

64

454

257

28

132

118

43

871

72

751

II.

48

431 Ascension
... 215
190 740 Assumption..
410
155 1129 Jefferson
269
Lafourche.
Orleans, 1st Dis. 1239
66 4th Dis. 356
St. Charles.... 65
273
St. James
Lytle. Jackson. St. John Baptiste 175
169
67 504 St. Mary
476
232 511 St. Martin...
427
65 552 Terrebonne....
293

555

851

65 283

886

592

73

380

72

152

Total...... 3251
9644
Maj. for Jackson, 6,393.

Total

2215 1796

Maj. for Bouligny, 419.
Bienvenu received 497

votes for Congress.

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702 Catahoula .....
739 Concordia

465 E. Baton Rouge 283

285

541 E. Feliciana
252 Iberville...
637 Livingston.....
582 Madison..
368 Point Coupee
St. Helena....
St. Tammany...
Tensas

Louisiana-1859.
CONGRESS.
Dem. 1859.
Opp.
Bouligny. LaSere.
128
Orleans, Rt. Bk. 197
66 2d Dist.
3d Dist.
Plaquemines...
St. Bernard....

708

999
904

66

493

67

48

Districts.
314
I.
153 Anderson.
Angelina
Bowie
Cass
Chambers
Cherokee..
Colin...
Cooke

Nichols. Taylor.
335 418
569 Dallas..
558 Denton
693 Fannin
999 Grayson
559 Harrison.
97 Henderson..

244 Hopkins
185 Houston..
501 Hunt.

Total...

726

6288

Maj. for Davidson, 5,562.

Jones. Landrum.

11

243

127 799 130 584

820 822 Rejected.

55 198

90

33

326

150

3 303

412

440 708 103 429 562 $89 Rejected. Rejected. 892 768 Rejected. 186 380

Total.
3220 8823
Maj. for Landrum, 5,603.

.....

957

643

202

Texas-1859.

This State elected State Officers and Congressmen in

The Congressional ote was as follows:

754

278

675 Polk

450 Red River

404 Rusk.

437

Sabine
256 San Augustine..
575 Shelby.
Rejected. Smith
65

292 Titus..
250 Trinity

CONGRESS.
Dem.
Ind.
Ochiltree. Reagan.
214 834
50 301
10

370

756 99

252 38 284 1165 3 1111 24 375 894

70

12

628

26

1118

25

938 No return.

No return. 53 991 87 681 796

18

115

3

17

24

664 Jack..
421 Jasper

91

699

25

331

Jefferson..
4459
Total....
5908 Kaufman
Lamar
Maj. for Taylor, 1,449.
Cannon. Davidson. Liberty
654 Nacogdoches... 226
20
753 Newton
513 Orange.......

52

IIL

587 Avoyelles..
768 Carroll

46

179 Panola

74

49

18

173

62

13

368

50 635 233 903 57 956 94

874

835

98

514

996

278

638

218

109

680

534

835

1476

147

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Ind. Dem.
Ochiltree. Reagan.

Total..

.8464 23977

Total......17198 16007 Maj. for Hamilton, 1,191; Maj. for Reagan, 20,518; de. for Houston, 4,378. do. for Houston, independ- Hamilton ran as an indeent candidate for Governor,pendent Democrat. Hardin 4,354. R. Runnells was the regular Hamilton. Waul. Democratic Candidate for Governor. Runnells beat 533 Houston, for the same office, 18 26 two years before, by 9,805 424majority.

90

172 355

358

No return.

318

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30 525 Washington
730 Webb

162

36

81

76

766

118

127

118

118

27

373

285

295

146

4

TEXAS.

CONGRESS-(Continued.)

357

Districts.
II.

36

100

208

904

308

57

641
116
840 Wharton
82
239 Williamson..... 458
558 Zapata.
93

Total.. .6633 6160
Maj. for Stokes, 478.
Hatton. *Ready.
520

V.

860

1531

Cannon
Rutherford ....1452
810
....1609
.2328

Sumner.

1642

728

1083

Total...

.6719 5844
Maj. for Hatton, 875.

Independent, supported by the
Democrats.

Democrats.

289

VI.
Bedford

93 Governor..Runnells, 27500 Franklin..
802 Lt. Gov.....Lubbock, 30325 Lincoln.
179 C. L'd Office White... 83303 Marshall
89984 Maury..
418 Congress...Dem.,

273

39

25

101

281

271

207

209

23

218

I.

112
566 551 Districts.
173 172
250 305 Carter..
337
400 Cocke
69
147 Greene
198 133 Hancock
450 427 Hawkins.
419 254 Jefferson...
229 818 Johnson...
43 7 Sevier....
836
598 Sullivan
No return. Washington.... 996
3

.1602

547 ..1058 542

Ind. Dem.
Hamilton. Waul. IV.
678 Coffee
86 De Kalb..
119 Grundy
204 Jackson
Macon
Smith

42 130

...

TOTAL VOTE OF THE STATE.
Independents.

....

274

991

42 Governor..Houston, 86227 53 Lt. Gov.....Clark,... 81458 309 C. L'd Office Crosby... 28828 82 Congress...Indep'nt 20662

1

Matagorda
Medina...

Milam....

262

177

Montague
Montgomery
Navarro..... 370 301 Blount
225 189 Bradley

Nueces
Palo Pinto..... 151
Parker...

Presideo

Major's.-Houston, 8,727

Clark, 1,133; White, 4,975;

216

141

219

150

31

212

329

874

218
36

81 76 Morgan

348 228 Overton
93 > Scott

168
No return.
63 168

58 199
317 208

Tennessee.-1859.

CONGRESS.

III.
Bledsoe..

Total.
6476 4930
Maj. for Maynard, 1,546.
Brabson. Smith.
492 330
.1273 723
795 1028
28 Cumberland-with Bledsoe.
198 Hamilton.....
495
Marion.....
No return.
No return, Meigs
185

229

Monroe..

158 14
No return.
238

17 81 McMinn
Polk..
Rhea...
Roane.
428 Sequatchie.

448
595

No return.

No return.

435

845

TENNESSEE.

CONGRESS (Continued.)
TOTAL VOTE OF THE STATE.
Districts. Opp. Dem.
Opposition.
Stokes. Savage. Gov.....Netherland..68218
447 909 Cong....Opposition..60921
753
385 Gov.....Harris
1043 Cong....Democratic..73079
437

Democrats.

76226

825 66 .1426 556

Majorities.-Harris, 8,008;

674

.1598 Van Buren..... 153 Warren 528 ...1034

166
1043

Dem. maj. on Cong., 12,158.
LEGISLATURE-1859.

White

750 SENATE... Opp., 11; Dem., 14 HOUSE....Opp., 84; Dem., 41

VII.
Benton
Decatur.
Giles

Opp. Dem.
Nelson. Haynes.
812 342
945

Hardin
Hickman
Humphreys
Lawrence..
587 Lewis
.1062 2026 McNairy
867 641 Perry

174 Wayne
654

218

261 1589

1335

TENNESSEE.

1234 918
481 393

150
943 1067
.1054 1094
879 742

348

.1044

227 170

57

134

Total.... 7981 7827
Maj. for Nelson, 104.
II.
81
Maynard, Ramsay.
889
82 Anderson.
64 Campbell..

830

Claiborne..
879 Fentress....

451
775 676
No return.
..1206 743

335 Grainger...
60 Knox

Total.... 6994 6236
Maj. for Quarles, 758.
.2593 916 IX.
Etheridge. Atkins.
248 280 Carroll.. .1720 1023
364 1481 Dyer...
736
No return. Gibson
1967
Henry
..1019
Henderson.... ..1315
Lauderdale 464
Obion..
682
Tipton.
375
Weakley ......1159

Williamson
Wilson.....

839 179 188

Total......
.8372 8818
Maj. for Brabson, 59.

610 Fayette

....

9023

Total....
Dem, maj. for Gov., 4,278.
Gibbs, Wright.
29 882 Breckinridge
229 512 Butler...
259 1569 Christian
889 958 Daviess..
89 1119 Grayson..
204 735 Hancock..
258

Total.
2248 11540
Maj. for Burnett, 9,292.
II.
Jackson. Peyton.
921 708
509 555
987 1057
1242 1448

565 590 421 474

949 Henderson..... 878 896 5 253 McLean No return. 831 1170 Mechlenburg 883 1070 208 555 Ohio.. 793 1141 210 678 Total.. .2711 9380 Maj. for Wright, 6,669. VIII. Quarles. Menees. Cheatham-with Davidson. Davidson ......3383 2462 Dickson

Hart

447

837

Monroe

Montgomery...1370 1015 Logan..
Robertson.....1248
344 Stewart........ 551
540

431 Shelby...

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Total.. 5648
Maj for Avery, 306.
Currin, Ind., received 286
votes for Congress.

97 718 180 681 1221 118 234 753 140 442

277 1429

45

871

166 1816 251 426

48 433

34

916

217

699

123

978

318 857

Total.. .7199 7939 Maj. for Peyton, 740. III. Bristow. Sale. Allen.. 547 709 Barren .1697 1836 Edmonson..... No return. 733 459 464 ..1453 663 581 587 407 802 Simpson.... 726 426 .1212 769

1120

Todd....
Warren...

Total........9437 9430 Maj. for Etheridge, 7. X. Sneed. Avery. 921 929 Total.. 7204 7201 Hardeman.... Maj. for Anderson, 3. 600 1108 Haywood...... 778 903 V. ..1362 Madison.... 876 Anderson.. ..1987 2188 Bullitt..

Hardin... 5954 Larue....

Total.. 7164 5575
Maj. for Bristow, 1,589.
IV. Anderson. Chrisman.

665 Adair

547 1097
789 808
696 448
812 578
Cumberland 652 868
Greene....
607 Lincoln.
1616

1385 Boyle
Casey
Clinton...

1844
799
419
1072

482 681

935 440 1214 1375

Pulaski..
Russell

479 482
857 648

Taylor
Wayne

741 831

Jewett, Brown. 594

471 309 509 732 965 493 361 540 965 337 500

Marion
Meade
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VI.
Breathitt
Clay
Estill.

Total.. .5066 6927
Maj. for Brown, 1,861.
Adams. Garrard.
299 394
511 II. Henderson. Anderson.
493 Audrain.....
673 Boone....

Districts.

418

556

Floyd

427

Garrard

812

370 Calloway
213 Lincoln..

Harlan

490

170

132 Marion

54 760 Monroe..

807

Henry
Jefferson

Oldham

Shelby

Opp. Dem. Jewett, Brown. 858 1168 497 999 306 380 609

ELECTION RETURNS KENTUCKY, MISSOURI AND OHIO.

IX. Bath Carter..

Clarke

Fleming
Greenup.
Lawrence.

.1267

456

265

Total.. .8164 7241
Maj. for Adams, 923.

VII.

.4256

Mallory. Holt.
646 1029
3324
536
353
1161 786

429

223

Total
6416 5675
Maj. for Mallory, 741.
VIII.
Harlan, Simms.
684
Bourbon....... 985
Fayette
Franklin..

.1410

986

863

819

Harrison

926

Jessamine

598

Nicholas.

Scott......
Woodford

277

499

715

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Total.... .6865 6932
Maj. for Simms, 67.

Carroll

Gallatin

Grant

Kenton...
Owen

Pendleton
Trimble .......

1317

587

Missouri-1858.

CONGRESS.

462
956
526
814 Montgomery.. 441
874 Pike...

1122
873

227 Ralls

659

943 St. Charles...
814 Warren .....

270

664

246

843

737

1009

782 1062
634 468

118

255

CONGRESS (Continued.)
Rep.
Dem. Districts. Opp. Dem.
Blair. Barrett.
Richardson. Phelps.
VI.
St. Louis..... 6631 7057 Polk
672 630
Pulaski..
Breckinridge, Am., 5668.
St. Clair.
Barrett over Blair, 426.*
Stone
*Contested by Frank Blair, who Taney..
finally obtained the seat; but re-Texas
signed and referred the matter Vernon..
back to the People.
Webster

114

721

178

486

578

409

579 889

Opp. Dem., Wright.

Dist icts.
I.

IV.
Andrew
Atchison...

Buchanan

Caldwell.

Clay
Clinton...

Daviess.

De Kalb

V.
Benton.....
Cass...
L.T. J.W.
Moore. Moore. Cole....

743 1040 Cooper

Gentry
Harrison

Holt..

484 832 Henry.
985 412 Jackson

Johnson...

Lewis

952 928
..1163 854 Lafayette....
809 496 Miller
664 731 Moniteau
Mason
.1274 875 Morgan
Montgomery. 587 502 Pettis
Morgan
562 1147 Saline
190 166
142 244

Powell
Rowan

98

1240 Cape Girard'u 784
601 Crawford
1.233 Dent

150

52

333

1012

353

Jefferson

364

Total...

81

227

55

6089 10902 Madison....
Maj. for Anderson, 4,813. Mississippi... 126
In the Third District, John New-Madrid.
B. Clark, Dem, was elected? Pemiscot.....
without opposition.
Perry
Phelps.
Adams. Craig. Reynolds
1021
Ripley
511
Scott....
Shannon..

598

153

Nodaway....
Platte

Ray........

730

1997

270

888

993

826

504

545

507

843

195 512
464 1266

594

852

460

550

162

825
1128 1412
1066 891
Total
7824 12439
Maj. for Craig, 4,615.

...

412

599 1356 867 1696

481

.....

Maries
McDonald
Newton

Governor..Bell..... 67,271

Congress...Opp.,.... 64,670 Oregon...

Democrats, Osage Governor..Magoffin 76,187 Ozark and Congress...Dem.,... 76,552. Douglas.

290 577 Iron..

Total... 8050 13424
Maj. for Phelps, 5,874.

VIL

1038 Bollinger
1068 Butler...

Reid. Woodson.
502
253

449

617

744

116

727

$53

221

1447

515

340

450

391

285 207 669

592 Dunklin
902 Franklin

Total..... 6947 7942
Smith, Ind., 2,038.
Total... ..8505 8227 Woodson over Reid, 995.
Maj. for L. T. Moore, 278.
VI.
X.
Jones. Stevenson. Bates.....
Bracken... 754 773 Barton
Boone....
826 970 Barry.

Campbell... 689 1242 Camden

366 528 Cedar.....
382 492 Dade..
663 800 Dallas..
950
1706 Gasconade..
415 1439 Greene.. 1135
615
871 Hickory
179 474 Howell
Jasper
Total.......5839 9295 Laclede
Maj. for Stevenson, 8,456.

TOTAL VOTE OF STATE.
Opposition.

462
541

MISSOURI.

168 156

344 855

Lawrence.. 508

36 153

410

137

427

240

118

206

124

41

526
84

Zeigler. Noell.
136
528

272
245

St. Genevieve
St. Francois
Stoddard.....
Washington.. 273
Wayne
200

217

150

71

173

66 298 12 278

849

Chio-1859.
GOVERNOR.

211

548

....

423

468

58

Total... 5808
10404
Maj. for Noell, 4,596.

At the same election a
vote was taken for Superin-
tendent of Public Schools,
at which Starke, Dem., was
chosen over Provines, Am.,
by 83,384 majority.

762

1075

Districts. Rep. Dem.
I. & II. Dennison, Ranney.
850 Hamilton....13285 14178
936 Maj. for Ranney, 893.
176

....

767

Logan. 174 Union...

620

554

877

827

268

759

IX.
Crawford
498 Hardin
Marion
Ottaway,

187
412

392 Sandusky.
Seneca
197
897 Wyandotte
608

472
702
458

OHIO.

GOVERNOR-(Continued.) Rep. Dem. Dennison, Ranney. 1405 1758 1657 2275 2689 2988 2168 2175

Total. ... 9085 9800
Maj. for Ranney, 715.

V.

Districts.
VI.
Adams
Brown....
Clermont

Highland
Total...... 7919 9191
Maj. for Ranney, 1,272.

VII.

Den.

Ran. 1019

761

Clinton...... 1721
1093
Fayette
Greene....... 2466
Madison..... 1018
Warren...... 2689 1615

1862
929

Total... 8987 5686
Maj. for Dennison, 3,301.
Den.

VIII.

Champaign.. 1782
Clarke
2249
Delaware.. 2358

1650

1241

Total.....11017 10812
Maj. for Dennison, 205.

Total...
7110
9230
Maj. for Dennison, 2,120.

Den. Ran. 1550 2258 1152 1127

1338

1891

328

578

1473

1822

2461

2661

1295

1890

....

Pike

Ross

Scioto

IV.
Allen...

Total. 9246 9590
Total...... 8502 10219
Maj. for Ranney, 344.
Maj. for Ranney, 1,717.
Den. Ran,
1574
1656 XIII.
696
1277 Erie.
Richardson, Phelps. Auglaize
2201
826 Darke....
2454 Huron..
1919
193 Mercer....
1057 Morrow
1839 Richland.... 2735
1517

2924

10 59

232

687 Miami.

540 2722 1352

241

242 Shelby

220

628

213

652

Den.

Total
9597 11227
Maj. for Ranney, 1,630.
X.
Ron.
Gallia...
Jackson
Lawrence.... 1450

1365

1857

1198

1239

1246

1085

669 2587

2688

1608

1424

Total...... 9002 10222 Maj. for Ranney, 1,220. Den. Ran. 2238 3479 XII. Den. 868 Montgomery. 4747 8762 4615 Franklin... 455 Preble. 2261 1496 Licking 8030 3438 832 Pickaway 1710 2147

III. 649 Butler....

Ran. 4634

245

Den.

XIV.
Ashland
Ran.
1029 Defiance..... 778
1083 Lorain
850 Fulton.. 1037 707 Medina..
97 Hancock 1674 1796 Wayne
434 Henry....
670
841
878 Lucas
2225
441

566 Paulding

472 Putnam

735

346 Van Wart.

837
1191

779 Williams...
189 Wood....... 1429

451

873

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Ran. 1612

1574

1776

1238

910

Den.

Ran. 1237

1843

1394

2821

976 1397

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Den.

1983

Den.

1884

1437 2281 1049

3391

2418

2944

Total.. 9561 7825
Maj. for Dennison, 1,786.
Ran.
1914

1689

Ran

1535

1568

1770

2952

1457

8285

8845

Ran

2073 Total......10582
326 XV.
1087 Coshocton...
865 Holmes...... 1241

Den.
2198

2461

1964

1013 Knox
2603 2533
1021 Tuscarawas.. 2831 2778

Total...... 8873 9780
Maj. for Ranney, 863.

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XIX. Cuyahoga Geauga

Lake

Den. 2620 3725 2560

...

Total... 8905
Maj. for Dennison, 1,128.

2122

Ran. Isabella.
4115 Lapeer

235
152
1861
48
42
1476
529 Mackinac... 27
538 Macomb.... 1932

Manistee..... 82

Total...... 9522

5182 Manitou.....

14 Maj. for Dennison, 4,340. Marquette.... 120 Midland 123 Ran. Oakland.... 8479 8787 1049 Ontonagon Mahoning 2424 2041 Saginaw..... 989

Den.

XX. Ashtabula

154

Trumbull. 3143

908

1791 Sanilac....
Shiawasse
St. Clair
Tuscola....

1150
1932
621

Den. 5834 1881 1807

Total..... 22804 17837
Maj. for Martin, 5,467.

IV.

Alpena .
Bay.....
Cheboygan
2038 Chippewa..
Emmett
Genesee.....

Ran.

4005
1734

Total.. 9304 4881
Maj. for Dennison, 4,423.
XXI.
Den. Ran.
Carroll
1600 1255
Columbiana... 8125 2235
Harrison 1764 1384
Jefferson 2294 1822

Total...... 8783 6696 Maj. for Dennison, 2,087. TOTAL VOTE OF THE STATE. Dennison, Rep.,.... 184,502 Ranney, Dem.,.. 171,266

Maj. for Dennison, 13,236

Michigan-1859.

CHIEF JUSTICE.

.....

287

124

Newago
Oceana..
Ottawa...... 1643
Van Buren... 1598

Gr'd Traverse
7777 Houghton
Ingham
Iosco

Martin.
38
145
1

40

21

Indiana-1858.

CONGRESS.

Districts.
L
Daviess...
Dubois

Gibson

Dem. Districts.
Dem.
Rep.
Felch.
III.
Dunn. Hughes.
1513 Lawrence
1095
2443 Monroe. 1075
82 Switzerland.. 1121

814

245

132

1076

1307

Total.. 17707 15100
Maj. for Martin, 2,607.

......

......

Felch.

TOTAL VOTE OF THE STATE.

Martin, Rep., 65,916
Felch, Dem.,....... 53,681

Maj. for Martin,.. 12,235

INDIANA.
CONGRESS-(Continued.)

...

Martin.

1298

1396

III.
Felch. Total..... .7434
9293
Allagan
Maj. for English, 1,859.
Barry
948
Berrien.... 1816 1941
III.
Dunn. Hughes.
Calhoun.... 2915 2063 Bartholomew. 1340 1227

1535

Clinton...

Eaton

1432 1131 Brown... 1758 1332 Jackson Gratiot....... 449 241 Jefferson Ionia........ 1887 1223 Jennings

253 778 2378 1323

Ripley.... 184

Rush

111

36

147

V.

1576
187
Kilgore. Devlin.
878 Delaware..... 1293 718
1719 Fayette......
1069 933
4 Henry..
1956
25 Randolph.... 1572
1098 Union...
153 Wayne
1671

912

743

2750

Total...... 9363 8385
Carr, A. L. Dem., 1,432.
Dunn over Hughes, 978.

........

IV. Hackleman, Holman. Blackford.... 251
Dearborn.... 1472
2385 Grant...
1297

Decatur..... 1672 1444 Hamilton..... 1471
2135 Howard
..... 1009
492 Huntington.. 1218
1464 Jay
847
1555 Madison..... 1209
Tipton.... 505
9425 Wabash..... 1797
Wells........
670

Franklin..... 1264
Ohio
424
1381

1643

Total...... 7856
Maj. for Holman, 1,569.

Rep. Dem.
*Hovey. Niblack.
734 1032
191 1117
1072 1021
1206

VIII.
Boone.....
Carroll
Clinton.....
Fountain 1580
Montgomery.. 1936
865 Tippecanoe.. 2441

1184

Districts.

1042

Knox..
Rep.
Dem.
Martin. Felch, Martin

441

Warren......

1002

2702 2321 Pike..

569

612

1299

1309

907

IL Branch... Cass

I. Jackson Livingston... 1713 1810 Posey Washtenaw 3231 3088 Spencer 1210 Wayne 3894 1163 4212 Vanderburgh, 1846 Warrick..... 542 1097 IX. Total......11540 11431 Benton Maj. for Martin, 109. Total...... 8946 10329 Cass Maj. for Niblack, 1,888. Fulton.. Martin. Felch. Jasper 2191 1221 Wilson, English. Lake 1518 1276 Clark 1129 1446 Laporte 2643 1501 Crawford 533 716 Marshall. 1585 1429 Miami.. 1493 Porter.. 994 Pulaski. 985 St. Joseph 708 Starke.. 1522 White

II.

Hillsdale

Lenawee

3865

2537 Floyd

Monroe...
St. Joseph

1714
1934

1850 Harrison..... 1867 1428 Orange....... 611 Perry 601 Total.... .18865 9813 Scott. 556 Maj. for Martin, 4,052. Washington.. 1102

......

Districts.
X.
880 Noble.
964 Steuben
1083 Whitley

Total......10748
Maj. for Pettit, 710.

AGGREGATE VOTE OF STATE.
Republicans.

Sec. State..Peelle...104828
Auditor....Lange...105493
Treasurer..Harper..105416
Att'y Gen...Otto.....105757
S. Pub. Ins. Young,..105014
Democrats.

47

23

Total.
9383 5921
Maj. for Kilgore, 3,462.

159
16
3396
141

VI.
Porter.
Hancock....
875
Hendricks... 1662
Johnson

911

1114

Ray. Sec. State..McClure, 107409
1040 Auditor....Dodd....107242
1174 Treasurer. Cun'g'm.107634
1415
Att'y Gen. .McDon'd 107291
S. Pub. Ins. Rugg...107910
* Anti-Lecompton Democrats.

Marion

817

8956

3054

1089 Morgan
Shelby

1590 1402
1579 1631

1563
299

Total.... 10776 9716
Maj. for Porter, 1060.

VII.

*Davis, Secrest.
Clay
842 709
Greene
1266 1112
Owen
1190
759
Parke....... 1795 507
Putnam
1656
.. 1820
Sullivan
..... 1122
1100
Vermillion... 907 515
Vigo
1226

1951

7584

........

Total..... 10893
Maj. for Davis, 3,809.

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INDIANA.

CONGRESS-(Continued.)
Rep.
Dem.
Case. Dawson
1278

1113
776

1053 640 1665

Total... 10780 9417
Maj. for Case, 1,868.

XL
Adams....

Total... 14541
12610
Maj. for Colfax, 1,981.
X.
Case. Dawson.
Allen..
1949 2707
548 De Kalb. 1047 1157
1249 Elkhart..
... 1971
1491 Kosciusco.... 1584
943 La Grange... 1062

1649

1057
460

Blake.

1380

1382

1346

1626

1989

II.
Cook....
2021
643 De Kalb...
Du Page.. 1280
Total. 11028
.: 8172
10387 Kane...
Lee
Maj. for Wilson, 641.
1638
Rock Island.. 1542
Colfax. Walker. Whiteside.... 1990
279 204
1477

1527

888

927

643

483

1063

550

2789
1215

2224
1122

1551 1519 Champaign.. 1271

De Witt

992

1146

1025

2067
144

420 552 Grundy.. 999
1199
Iroquois
Kankakee 1366
Kendall
La Salle..
Livingston....
M'Lean

1586
185
756

1423

809

4040

986

2570 Putnam 582 Vermillion.... 1661 Will... 2678

1080

441

866

Pettit. Coffroth. 474 842

379

973

1003

622

1395

772

1451

627

Illinois-1858.

256

CONGRESS.
Districts. Rep. Doug.
I.
Washburne. Bright
Boone.......
1704 286
Carroll..
1137
Jo Daviess... 1938
Lake
1677
McHenry.. 2224
2092
Ogle
Stephenson.. 2140
Winnebago 2899

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1476 620 1081 815

1489 434

Total......21797 13198 Blackman, A.L.D., 701. F'worth over Dyer, 8,599. III. Lovejoy. Armstrong. Bureau....... 2546 607 900

755

715

744

852

1121

689

1302 700

405

3438

794

2155

299

112€ 2198

Total.. 22313 14988
Le Roy, A.L.D., 1,828.
L'joy over Armst'g, 7,825.

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