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PRINCIPAL OFFICERS OF THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT FROM PENNSYLVANIA

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Andrew Allen,
John Armstrong,
John Armstrong,
Saruel Atlee,
John Bayard,
Edward Biddle,
Edward Biddle,
William Bingham,
Matthew Clarkson,
William Clingan,
George Clymer,
George Clymer,
John Dickinson,
Thomas Fitzsiinionis,
Benjamin Franklin,
Joseph Galloway,
Joseph Gardner,
Edward Hand,
William Henry,
Charles Humphreys,
Jared Ingersoll,
William Irvine,
David Jackson,
Timothy Matlack,
James Mclene,
Samuel Meredith,
Thomas Mifflin,

.1775-76 Thomas Mifflin, .1778-80 Charles Morris, .1787-88 Robert Morris, .1778-82 Joseph Montgomery, .1785-87 John Montgomery,

1774-76 John Morton, .1778-79 Frederick A. Muhlenberg, 1787-88 Richard Peter's, 1785-86 Charles Petit, 1777-79J. Read, 1776-78 Joseph Reed, 1780-83 Samuel Rhoads, 1774-76 Daniel Roberdeau, 1782-83 | George Ross,

1775-76 Benjamin Rush, 1774-75

James Searle, 1784 85

William Shippen, .1784-85

James Smith, 1784-86

Jonathan B. Smith, .1774-76 Thomas Smith, 1780-81 Arthur St. Clair, 1786-88

George Taylor, 1785-86 Thomas Willing, .1780-81 James Wilson, 1779-80

James Wilson, 1787-88

James Wilson, .1774-76 | Henry Wynkoop,

1782-84 1783-84 1776-78 1780-82 1783-84 1774-77 1778-80 1782-83 1785-87 1787-SS .1777-78 1774-75 1777-79 1774-77 1776-77 1778-80 1778-80 1776-78 1777-78 1780-82 1785-87 1776-77 1775-76 1776)-75 1782-83 1785-87 1779-83

SESSIONS OF CONGRESS.

1st Congress from.. 2d Congress from. 3d Congress from.

Congress from. 5th Congress from. 6th Congress from.

Congress from. sth Congress from. 9th Congress from. 10.h Congress from . 11th Congress from. 12th Congress froin. 13th Congress from. 14th Congress from. 15th Congress from. 16th Congress from. 17th Congress from 18th Congress from 19th Congress froin. 20th Congress from. 21st Congress from. 22d Congress from. 23d

Congress froin. 24th Congress from. 25th Congress from. 26th Congress from. 27th Congress from. 28th Congress from. 29th Congress froin Coth Congress froin. 31st Congress from. 320 Congress from. 33d Congress froin. 24th Congress from.

1789 to 1791 35th Congress froin
.1791 to 1793 36th Congress from.

1793 to 1795 37th Congress from.
.1795 to 1797 38th Congress from.
1 797 to 1799 | 39th Congress from.
1799 to 1801 40th Congress from.
1801 to 1803 41st Congress from.
1803 to 1805 120 Congress from.
1805 to 1807 43d Congress from.
1807 to 1809

14th

Congress from. 1809 to 1811

15th Congress from. 1811 to 1813 46th Congress fron. 1813 to 1813

47th Congress from. 1815 to 1817 Sth Congress froin. 1817 to 1819

49th

Congress frum. 1819 to 1821

30th Congress fropi. 1821 to 1823

Sist

Congress froin. 1823 to 1825 52d Congress from. .1825 to 1827

53d Congress from. 1827 to 1829 34th Congress from. 1829 to 1831 55th Congress from. 1831 to 1833 56th Congress front. .1833 to 1835

57th Congress from. 1835 to 1837 58th Congress from. 1837 to 1839 30th

Congress from. 1839 to 1841

60th Congress from. 1841 to 1843

61st

Congress from. .1843 to 1845 021 Congress from. 1845 to 1847

Congress from. 1847 to 1849 | 64th Congress from. 1849 to 18.11 6th Congress from. 1851 to 185360th Congress from.

1853 to 1855 67th Congress from. .1855 to 1857

1857 to 1859 1833 to 1861 1 dl to 1803 1863 to 163 180.) to 1867 1967 to 1869 1869 to 1871 1871 to 1873 187 to 1873 1875 to 1877 1677 to 1879 1879 to 15N1 IS81 to 1683 1SS3 to 1S. 1SS5 to 1887 1987 to 189 1589 to 1891 1891 to 10 1893 to 1895 1995 to 1897 1897 to 1899 1893 to 1901

1901 to 1903 .1903 to 1305 1903 to 190 1907 to 1909 1909 to 1911 1911 to 1913 1913 to 1913 1915 to 1917 1917 to 1919 .1919 to 1921 1921 to 192

SPEAKERS OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF

THE UNITED STATES.

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Frederick A. Muhlenberg,-- Pennsylvanla,
Jonathan Trumbull, Connecticut,
Frederick A. Muhlenberg,- Pennsylvania,
Johnathan Dayton,

New Jersey,
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Theodore Sedgwick, Massachusetts,
Nathaniel Macon,

North Carolina,
Do.

do.
Do.

do. Joseph B. Varnum,

Massachusetts,
Do.

do. Henry Clay,

Kentucky,
Do.

do. Langdon Cheves,

South Carolina,
Henry Clay,

Kentucky
Do.

do.

do. John W. Taylor,

New York, Philip P. Barbour,

Virginia Henry Clay,

Kentucky, John W. Taylor,

New York,
Andrew Stevenson,

Virginia
Do.

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do. John Bell,

Tennessee, James K. Polk,

First,
Second,
Third,
Fourth,
Fifth.
Sixth,
Seventh

Eighth,
| Ninth,

Tenth
Eleventh,
Twelfth,
Thirteenth,
Thirteenth (2d Sess.).
Fourteenth,
Tiltponth,
8lxteenth,
Sixteerth (2d Ses).
Seyenteenth,
Eighteenth,
Nineteenth.
Twentieth.
Trrenty-first.
Twenty srcond,
Twenty-tbird,
Twenty-third (2d Srge.),
Twenty fourth.
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SPEAKERS, UNITED STATES HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES—Concluded.

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Robert M. T. Hunter, 15 John White, 16 John W. Jones, 17 John W. Davis. 18 Robert C. Winthrop, 19 Howell Cobb, 20 Linn Boyd,

Do. 21 Nathaniel P. Banks,

James L. Orr, 23 William Pennington, 24 Galusha A. Grow, 25 Schuyler Colfax,

Do.

Do. 26 James G. Blaine,

Do.

Do. 27 Michael C. Kerr, 23 Samuel J. Randall,

Do.

Do. J. Warren Keifer, 30 John G. Carlisle,

Do.

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31 Thomas B. Reed,
32 Charles F. Crisp,

Do.
Thomas B. Reed,

Do. 33 David B. Henderson.

Do.
34 Joseph G. Cannon,

Do.
Do.

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Champ Clark,

Do.
Do.

Do. 36 Frederick H. Gillett,

Do,

Virginia,
Kentucky,
Virginia,
Indiana
Ma-sachusetts,
Georgia,
Kentucky,

do. Massachusetts, South Carolina, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Indiana,

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do. Ohio, Kentucky,

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do. Maine Georgia,

do. Maine,

do. Towa,

do. Illinois,

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do. Missouri,

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Twenty-sixth,
Twenty-seventh.
Twenty-eighth,
Twenty-ninth,
Thirtieth,
Thirty-first,
Thirty-second,
Thirty.third.
Thirty-fourth,
Thirty-fifth,
Thirty-sixth,
Thirty-seventh,
Thirty-eighth,
Thirty-ninth,
Fortieth,
Forty-first,
Forty-second,
Forty-third,
Forty-fourth,
Forty-fourth (2nd Se s.),
Forty-fifth,
Forty-sixth,
Forty-seventh,
Forty-eighth

Forty-ninth, | Fiftieth,

Fifty-first.
-! Fifty-second,

Fifty-third,
Fifty-fourth,
Fifty-fifth,
Fifty-sixth,
Fifty-seventh.
Fifty-eighth
Fifty-ninth,
Sixtieth,
Sixty-first,
Sixty-second,
Sixty-third,
Sixty-fourth,
Sixty-fifth,
Sixty-sixth,
Sixty-seventh,

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NOTE.-Spe ers elected pro tempore are not included in the above table. indicate the number of Speakers, not the sequence of their official terms.

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U. S. SENATORS AND REPRESENTATIVES FROM PENN-
SYLVANIA SINCE 1789 AND THEIR TERM OF SERVICE.

SENATORS,

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William Maclay,
1789-1791 Richard Brodhead,

1851-1857
Robert Morris,
1789-1795 William Bigler,

1855-1861 Albert Gallatin,

1793-1794
Simon Cameron,

1857-1861
James Ross,
1794-1803 David Wilmot,

1861-1863 William Bingham, 1795-1801 Edgar Cowan,

1861-1867 John P. G. Muhlenberg, 1801 Charles R. Buckalew,

1863-1869 George Logan, 1801-1807 Simon Cameron,

1867-1877 Samuel Maclay (resigned January 4,

John Scott,

1869-1875 1809), 1803-1809 William A. Wallace,

1875-1881 Andrew Gregg, 1807-1813 J. Donald Cameron,

1877-1897 Michael Leib, 1809-1814 John 1. Mitchell,

1881-1887 Abner Lacock, 1813-1819 Matthew Stanley Quay,

.1887-1899 Jonathan Roberts,

1814-1821 Boies Penrose, (died December 31, Walter Lowrie,

1819-1825
1921),

1897-1921
William Findlay,
1821-1827 *Matthew Stanley Quay,

1901-1901 William Marks,

1825-1831 **Philander Chase Knox, (resigned Isaac D, Barnard, 1827-1831 March 4, 1909),

1904-1909 George Mifflin Dallas, 1831-1833 George T. Oliver,

1909-1917 William Wilkins.

1831-1834 Philander Chase Knox, (died October Samuel McKean. 1833-1839 12, 1921),

.1917-1921 Jaines Buchanan,

1834-1843 | William É. Crow, (died August 2, Daniel Sturgeon, 1839-1851 1922),

1921-1922 Simon Cameron, 1845-1849 [George Wharton Pepper,

1922 James Cooper, 1849-1855 David A. Reed,

1922

REPRESENTATIVES

Name.
Acheson, Ernest
Adams, Robert (elected Dec. 19,

1893, vice O'Neill, deceased; died

June 1, 1906),
Acker, E. L.,
Addams, William,
Ahl, John A...
Ainey, William D. B., (elected No-

vember 7, 1911, vice George W.
Kipp, deceased),
Albright, Charles,
Allison, James,
Allison, John,
Allison, Robert.
Amerman, Lemuel,
Ancona, S. L.,
Anderson, whliain,
Anderson, Isaac,
Anderson, Samuel,
Anthony, Joseph B.,
Armstrong, James,
Armstrong, William H..
Arnold, William Carlile,
Ash, Michael W..
Atkinson, Louis E.,
Babbitt, Elijah,
Bachman, R. K.,
Bailey, Joseph,
Bailey, Warren W.,
Baldwin, Henry,
Banks, John,
Barber, Laird H.,
Barchfeld, Andrew J..
Barclay, Charles F.,

Congress.
Name.

Congress.
54-60 Barclay, David,

34 Bard, David,

4-5, 8-13 Barker, A. A.,

39 53-59 Barlow, Stephenson,

20 42 Barnitz, Charles A.,

23
19-20 Barr, Samuel F.,

47-48
35
Bates, Arthur L.,

57-62
Bayne, Thomas M.,

45-51
Beale, Joseph G.,

60
62-63 Beales, O. William,
43 Beatty, William,

25-26
18 Beaumont, Andrew,

23-24 32-34 Beeson, Henry W.,

27 22 | Beltzhoover, Frank E.,

46-47, 52-53
52 Benner, George J.,

55
37-39 Beshlin, Earl H., (elected November
11, 13-15 6, 1917, vice 0. D. Bleakley, re-
8-9 signed),

65
20 Bibighaus, Thomas M.,

32-33 23-24 Biddle, Charles J.,

37 3 Biddle. Richard,

25-26 41 Bidlack, Benjamin A.,

27-28
54-55 Biery, J. S.,

43
24 Billmeyer, Alexander, (elected No-
48-52 vember 4, 1902, vice Rufus K.
36-37 Polk, deceased),

57
46 Bingham, Henry H., (died March
37-38 23, 1912),

46-62
63-64 Binney, Horace,

23 15-17 Bixler, Harris J.,

67 22-24 Black, Henry,

26-27 56 Black, James,

28-29 5.9-64 Blair Samuel S..

36-37 60-61 Blanchard, John,

29-30

*After taki seventy-nine hallots, the Legislature of 1899 failed elect a successor to M. S. Quay whose term of office expired March 4, 1899. On April 21, 1899, he was appointed by the Governor until the next meeting of the Legislature, or until his successor was duly electei and qualified The United States Senate on April 24, 1900, by a vote of 33 to 32 refused to accept the commission given him by the Governor. On January 15, 1901, he was elected by the Legisla. ture for the balance of the term which commenced March 4, 1899.

**Philander Chase Knox was appointed by Governor Pennypacker, June 10, 1904, to flu vacancy caused by death of Matthew Stanley Quay, on May 28, 1904, and was elected by the Legislature on January 18, 1905, to fill the balance of the unexpired term and for a full term of six years from March 4. 1905.

tGeorge T. Oliver was elected hy the Legislature on March 17, 1909, to fill the unexpired term of Philander Chase Knox, who resigned March 4, 1909.

#William E. (row was appointed by Governor Sproul, October 17, 1921, to fill vacancy caused by death of Philander Chase Knox, on October 12, 1921.

George Wharton Pepper was appointed by Governor Sproul, January 9, 1922, to fill racades caused by death of Bojes Penrose, on December 31, 1921.

$ David A. Roedd was appointed hr Governor Sproul, August 8, 1922, to fill vacancy caused hy death of William E. Crow, on August 2. 1922.

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