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can, John Edwards, David Foy, Jacob C. Gatchell, Alex. C. Hamilton, Jacob G. Heilman, A. Jackson Herr, Wm. G. Herrold, Robert Hervey, Henry B. Hoffman, Jas. Holgate, Marshall C. Hong, Washington W. Hopkins, Miles S. Humphreys, Jas. A. Hunter, Samuel M. Jackson, Samuel Kerr, Chas. Kleckner, Augustus B. Leedond, Alex. Leslie, Jacob H. Longenecker, David M. Marshall, Amos H. Martin, Stephen M. Meredith, Vincent Miller, George F. Morgan, George W. Myers, Thomas Nicholson, Jerome B. Niles, Wm. I'. I. Painter, Jacob G. Peters, Jas. M. Phillips, Geo. I’. Rea, Archimides Robb, Jos. Robison, David Robison, Almon P. Stephens, James W. Stokes, John D. Stranahan, Butler B. Strang, Jas. Subers, Aaron H. Summy, James Taylor, Harvey J. Vankirk, John H. Walker, James H. Webb, Jno. Weller, Geo. S. Westlake, Geo. Wilson, John Clark, (Speaker,)—62.

NAYs–Messrs. Joshua Beans, Michael Beard, Samuel F. Bossard, Phillip Breen, Henry Brobst, Robert B. Brown, Theodore Cornman, Daniel II. Creitz, Samuel D. Lailey, William J. Davis, Armstrong B. Dill, James Eschbach, John H. Pogel, George H. Goundie, Henry S. Hottenstein, George R. Hursk, Richmond L. Jones, Samuel Josephs, William H. Kase, Thos. J. McCullough, John M. Ginnis, Edward C. McKinstry, Henry McMiller, P. Gray Meek, Michael Mullin, Wm. M. Nelson, Decatur E. Nice, Danl. L. O'Neill, Jas. Place, Wm. H. Playford, John Porter, Benjamin F. Porter, John I. Rogers, George Scott, Jos. Sedgwick, John Shirely, Lewis H. Stout, Nathan G. Westler–38.

Rhode Island.

SENATE, May 27, 1869. YEAs–Messrs. Wheaton Allen, Nicholas Ball, George L. Clark, George H. Corliss, Benoni Carpenter, Samuel W. Church, James S. Cook, Geo. B. Coggeshall, John M. Douglass, James T. Edwards, Benjamin Fessenden, Lysander Flagg, Charles H. Fisher, Albert G. Hopkins, David Hopkins, Asahel Matteson, Jos. Osborne, Daniel B. Pond, William C. Potter, Jethro Peekham, Isaac B. Richmond, Lewis B. Smith, Charles C. Van Zandt—23. NAYs–Messrs. Pardon W. Stevens, Alfred Anthony, William Butler, Stephen C. Browning, Silas C. Crandall, Samuel H. Cross, Alexander Eddy, Timothy A. Leonard, Nathaniel C. Peekham, John B. Pearce, Joseph W. Sweet, George W. Taylor–12. House of REPRESENTATIVEs, May 29, 1869. Vote on postponing the question till the January St SS to 7t. For: Post pox EMENT-Messrs. William D. Allrich, Fertin and II. Allen, Einor J. Angell, julius Baker, George W. Bliss. Theodore P. Bogert, Baylies Bourne, John C. Brown, Ezra J. Cady, J. Hamilton Clarke, Nathaniel B. Durfee, Henry T. Grant, Richard W. Greene, Mason W. Hale, Stephen Harris, William S. Kent, Robert R. Knowles, Edward Lillibridge, John Loveland, Francis W. Miner, Arlon Mowry, George H. Olney, Samuel B. Parker, John C. Pegram, Samurl Rodman, Jr., William P. Shaffield, Nathaniel C. Smith, George T. Spicer, Joseph E. Speink, Horatio A. Stone, Nathan T. Verry, Albert M. Waite, John E. Weeden, Joseph D. Wilcor, Jas. M. Wright—35. AGAINST Postpon EMENT—Messrs. Benjamin T. Eames, (Speaker.) William T. Adams, Edwin Aldrich, Lucius C. Ashley, John H. Barden, William W. Blodgett, Francis Brinley, Joseph F. Brown, Henry Bull, jr., John T. Bush, Thomas G. Carr, John G. Childs, Thomas Coggeshall, jr., James C. Collins, Davis Cook, jr., Saladin Cook, Ed. Dowling, Daniel E. Day, Henry F. Brown, Edwin L. Freeman, George W. Green, David S. Harris, Wm. Knowles, Nathan B. Lewis, Jesse Metcalf, Jabez W. Mowry, Charles H. Perkins, William H. Seagrave, Owen W. Simmons-29.

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Hayes, C. D. Hayne, James N. Hayne, B. Hum-
hries, G. Hollinan, James Hutson, D. Harris,
ohn B. Hyde, D. J. J. Johnson, W. E. John-
ston, S. Johnson, B. F. Jackson, H. Jacobs, B.
James, H. James, W. R. Jervay, J. H. Jones, W. H.
Jones, C. S. Kuh, H. J. Lomax, George Lee, S.J.
Lee, J. Long, J. Mayer, W. C. Morrison, W.J. Mc-
Kinley, E. Mickey, G. F. McIntyre, H. McDan-
iels, J. S. Mobley, J. P. Mays, J. W. Mead, W.
Nelson, J. W. Nash, J. L. Nagle, P. J. O'Con-
nell, H. W. Purvis, W. Perrin, J. Prendegrass,
A. J. Ransier, Thomas Richardson, T. Root, A.
Rush, P. R. Rivers, E. M. Stoeber, C. J. Stol-
branch, Robert Smalls, A. Smith, S. Saunders,
H. L. Shrewsbury, P. Smythe, T. K. Serporlas,
R. F. Scott, B. A. Thompson, S. B. Thompson,
Reuben Tomlinson, W. M. Thomas, S. Tinsley,
C. M. Wilder, John Wooley, W. J. Whipper, J.
H. White, J. B. Wright, George M. Wells–88.
NAYs–Messrs. O. M. Doyle, R. M. Smith,
John Wilson–3.
NoT VoIING—Messrs. B. Barton, T. F. Cly-
hurn, John A. Chestnut, George Dusenberry, L.
W. Duvall, F. De Mars, P. E. Ezekiel, John G.
Grant, J. Henderson, J. H. Jenks, H. Johnson, G.
Johnson, W. C. Keith, F. A. Lewie, S. Littlejohn,
Wm. McKinley, John B. Moore, Y. B. Milford,
F. F. Miller, W. J. Mixson, S. Nuckles, C. II.
Pettengill, B. F. Sloan, W. G. Stewart, William
Simons, J. Smiley, C. C. Turner, W. W. Waller,
H. W. Webb—29.

Tennessee. [Not yet voted.]

Texas. [Not yet voted.]

Vermont. [Not yet voted.]

Virginia. [Not yet voted.] West Virginia.

SENATE, March 3, 1869.

YEAS–Messrs. £ T. Hoke, (President) James Burley, H. K. Dix, Willis J. Drummond, Ephraim Doolittle, George K. Leonard, Z. D. Ramsdell, Alstorpheus Werninger, Wm. Workman, Samuel Young—10.

NAYs—Messrs. Lewis Applegate, Wm. J. Boreman, Jesse H. Cather, Henry G. Davis, John M. Phelps, Andrew Wilson–6.

HoUSE, March 2, 1869.

YEAs–Messrs. Solomon G. Fleming, (Speaker) Joseph W. Allison, George W. Carpenter, James Carpenter, Benjamin F. Charlton, Elias Cunningham, George Edwards, Joseph H. Gibson, Sidney Haymond, Fenelon . Howes, John S. Keever, Edward S. Mahon, Andrew W. Mann, William M. Powell, Thomas G. Putnam, John Reynolds, Barney J. Rollins, Owen G. Scofield,

John Rufus Smith, Jesse F. Snodgrass, Richard
Thomas, William O. Wright–22.
NAYs–Messrs. Rhodes B. Ballard, John Bow-
er, Reuben Davisson, Henry H. Dits, William
M. French, Alpheus Garrison, Benjamin F. Har-
rison, James Herrey, John A. Hutton, Alexander
M. Jacob, John J. Jacob, John Kincaid, Daniel
Lamb, Thomas W. Manion, Jas. T. McClaskey,
David S. Pinnell, Charles W. Smith, Louis C.
Stifel, John T. Vance—19.

Wisconsin.

SENATE, March 9, 1869.

YEAs—Messrs. Henry Adams, S. S. Barlow, W. J. Copp, J. W. Fisher, William M. Griswold, Geo. C. Hazelton, Lemuel W. Joiner, W. J. Kershaw, A. W. Newman, David Taylor, Anthony Van Wyck, Geo. D. Waring, Chas. M. Webb, C. G. Williams, Nelson Williams—15. NAYs–Messrs. W. J. Abrams, Satterlec Clarke, H. H. Gray, Carl Habich, Chas. H. Larkin, Wm. Pitt Lynde, Lyman Morgan, Geo. Reed, Adam Schantz, W. W. Woodman, Wm. Young —11. ABSENT AND NOT VoIING—E. S. Bragg, C. M. Buth, William Ketcham, N. M. Littlejohn, M. W. Louder, Curtis Mann, Henry Stevens–7. HoUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, March, 3, 1869. YEAs–Messrs. Fayette Allen, Douglas Arnold, H. D. Barron, J. B. G. Baxter, J. Bennett, Van S. Bennett, Benjamin H. Bettis, J. M. Bingham, J. N. P. Bird, Thomas Blackstock, H. C. Bottum, G. H. Brock, Luther Buxton, Sylvester Calwell, Ben, M. Coutes, Joseph S. Curtis,

W. P. Dewey, Seth Fisher, Jas. S. Foster, Hiram

L. Gilmore, Geo. T. Graves, J. K. Hamilton,
Joseph Harris, Andrew Henry, Robert Henry,
Edwin L. Hoyt, Frederick Huntley, Edwin
Hurlbut, Thos. A. Jackson, D. H. Johnson, J.
E. Johnson, C. C. Kuntz, O. B. Lapham, A. R. Mc-
Cartney, J. R. McDonald, John McLees, D. E.
Maxson, Knute Nelson, C. C. Palmer, C. D.
Parker, C. H. Parker, Cyrus Perry, A. L. Phil-
lips, Thad. C. Pound, Abner Powell, N. B.
Richardson, Freeman M. Ross, Wm. E. Rowe, M.
H. Sessions, Adelman Sherman, John A. Smith,
S. E. Tarbell, Joseph M. Thomas, Thornton
Thompson, Vernon Lichoner, G. W. Trask, A. J.
Turner, N. P. Waller W. S. Warner, Jefferson F.
Wescott, Samuel C. West, and Mr. Speaker A. M.
Thomson–62.
NAYs—Messrs. John Adams, John H. Bohne,
A. K. Delancy. Andrew Dieringer, Richard Don-
ovan, Patrick Drew, Rees Erans, B. F. Fay, John
Fellenz, Charles Geisse, Job Haskell, James Woye,
E. H. Ives, John Kastler, J. McDonald, C. E.
McIntosh, D. W. Maron, William Murphy, Eu-
gene O'Connor, C. H. M. Peterson, J. #.
C. Pole, Jerome B. Potter, Henry Reed, Henry C.
Rankel, John Ruttledge, John Scheffel, Geo. B.
Smith, Joseph Winslow—29.
Not WormNG – Messrs. George Abert, P. J.
Conklin, J. L. Fobes, John Gillespie, Daniel
Hooper, A. G. Kellam, Henry Roethe, Parlan
Semple, Randall Wilcox–9.

XLVIII.

STATISTICAL TABLES.
PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION RETURNS.–NATIONAL DEBT STATEMENT.

*Electoral and Popular Votes for President of the United Statest for the Term Commencing March 4, 1869.

*For PRESIDENT or The * UNTE, STArts. PopULAR Vote. - < # 2: & C. *> STATES. © #5 - - * - - *> 2- * . ca. - c.: ~ 2: . - - ~ o - #3 on = .-- * > * 2: © - -- - - c 2 ---- o: ~ * ~ : ## ~5 s aft: £- 3.c R 5." - - 3 o © 2.3% © Ż o - t £n P: 5 | New Hampshire 38,191 31,224 6,967 12 || Massachusetts 36,477 59,408 7,000 4 | Rhode Island. 12,993 6,548 6,445 6 || Connecticut. 50,641 47,600 3,041 5 | Vermont... 44,167 12,045 32,122 33 || New York. 419,883 429,883 210,000 7 | New Jersey. 80,121 83,001 26 || Pennsylvania. 342,280 313,382 28,898 3 || Delaware... 7,623 10,980 23,357 7 || Maryland... 30,438 62,357 231,919 Virginia|.. 9 || North Carolina 96,226 84,000 12,136 6 | South Carolina 62,301 45,237 17,064 11 || Kentucky..... 39,566 115,880 276,323 10 | Tennessee 56,757 26,311 30,446 21 Ohio......... 280,128 238,700 41,428 7 || Louisiana. 33,263 80,225 246,962 13 Indiana. 176,552 166,980 9,572 Mississippi. ...... 16 || Illinois...... - - 250,293 199,143 51,150 8 || Alabama. - - - 76,366 72,086 4,280 7 || Maine - 70,426 42,396 28,030 11 || Missou 85,671 59,788 25,883 5 || Arkansas 22,152 19,078 3,074 8-| Michigan - - 128,550 97,000 31,481 3 | Florida Texas ... - 8 || Wisconsin... 108,857 84,710 24,147 8 120,399 74,040 46,359 5 54,592 54,078 514 4. 43,542 28,072 15,470 3. 10,961 11,125 2164 3 || Kansas - 31,049 14,019 17,030 5 | West Virginia........................................... 29,025 20,306 8,719 3| Nevada 6,480 5,218 1,262 3 | Nebraska...................................................... 9,729 5,439 4,290 Excluding Georgia........................... 214 71 2,955,699 2,600,427 355,272 9| Georgia - --|------------------ 9 57,134 102,822 445,688 Including Georgia................................... 214 80 3,012,833 2,703,249 300,584

*The whole number of electors to vote for President and Vice President, including electors of Georgia, is 294, of which a majority is 148; and the whole number, excluding those of Georgia, is 285, of which a majority is 143. p' presidential election returns of 1800 and 1864 see p. 111 Political Manual for 1868, or p. 372 Hand-Book of

olitics.

# For Vice President, Schuyler Colfax, of Indiana, received 214 electoral votes; and F. P. Blair, Jr., of Missouri, 71 votes, excluding the vote of Georgia, or 80 including it.

Democratic majorities. ##" y legislature. - - 117

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STATEMENT OF THE PUBLIC DEBT OF THE UNITED STATES.-JULY 1, 1869.

Debt bearing Coin Interest.

Authorizing Acts. [Character of Issue. Rate of Interest. standing When Redeemable or Payable. Accrued Interest. When Payable.
June 14, 1858......... Bonds..................] 5 percent......... $20,000,000-00 || Payable after 15 years from January 1, 1850.... $500,000 00 || January and July.
June 22, 1860.......... Bonds..................] 5 percent. 7,022,000-00 || Payable after 10 years from January 1, 1861. 175,550 00 January and July.
February 8, 1861,.... Bonds, 1881.......... 6 per cent - 18,415,000-00 || Payable after December 31, 1880.............. 552,450-00 || January and July.
March 2, 1861......... *::, (Oregon || 6 per cent......... 945,000 00 | Redeemable 20 years from July 1, 1861... 28,35000 || January and July.

war.) 1881.
July17 * August Bonds, 1881.......... 6 percent......... 189,317,500-00 | Payable at pleasure of Government after 20 years from June 5,079,525 00 || January and July.
5, 1861. * -

February 25, 1862. Bonds, (5-20's)..... 6 percent. 514,771,600 00 | Redeemable after 5 and payable 20 years from May 1, 1862..... 5,147,716 00 || May and November.
March 3, 1863.... Bonds, 1881.... 6 percent. 75,000,000 00 | Payable after June 30, 1881...................................................... 2,250,000 00 January and July.
March 3, 1864 ... Bonds, (10-40's).....] 5 per cent. 194,567,300 00 | Redeemable after 10 and payable 40 years from March 1, 1864. 3,212,788 33 March and September.
March 3, 1864 | Bonds, (5-20's)...... 6 percent. 3,882,500 00 | Redeemable after 5 and payable 20 years from Nov. 1, 1864...... 38,825 00 May and November.
June 30, 1864. Bonds, (5-20's)...... 6 per 125,561,300 00 | Redeemable after 5 and payable 20 years from Nov. 1, 1864. 1,255,61300 May and November.
March 3, 1865 Bonds, (5-20's) 6 per 203,327,250 00 | Redeemable after 5 and payable 20 years from Nov. 1, 1865. 2,033,272 50 | May and November.
March 3, 1865 Bonds, (5-20's) 6 per 332,998,950 00 | Redeemable after 5 and payable 20 years from July 1, 1865. 9,989,968 50 || January and July.

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Debt bearing Interest in Lawful Money.

Amount out

March 3, 1865.

March 3, 1865.

Aggregate of debt bearing coin interest.....

Bonds, (5-20's)
Bonds, (5-20's)

... 6 per
... 6 per

379,582,850 00
42,539,350 00

2,107,930,600 00

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March 2, 1867, and
July 2, 1868.
July 23, 1868..........

Certificates...........] 3 per cent..........

Navy Pens'n Fund 3 per cent..........

$52,120,000 00 14,000,000 00

Aggregate of debt bearing interest in lawful money.

66,120,000 00

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STATEMENT OF THE PUBLIC DEBT OF THE UNITED STATES, JULY 1, 1869.—Continued.

Debt on which Interest has ceased since maturity.

Amount out

Authorizing Acts. Character of Issue. Rate of Interest. standing. When Redeemable or Payable. Accrued Interest.
April 15, 1842.......... | 6 percent. $6,000 00 || Matured December 31, 1862. $360 00
January 28, 1847...... | 6 per cent. 26,150 00 || Matured December 31, 1867... 1,569 00
March 31, 1848........ ... 6 per cent.......... 69,85000 || Matured July 1, 1868, (9 months' interest)....... 3,143 25
September 9, 1850. Bonds, (Tex.ind.) 5 percent....... 242,000 00 || Matured December 31, 1864.................................. - 12,100 00
Prior to 1857.......... Treasury notes.... 1 mill to 6 per ct. 104,511 64 || Matured at various dates 3,135 35
December 23, 1857. Treasury notes..... 5 to 5% per ct.... 2,40000 || Matured March 1, 1859.............. - 120 00
March 2, 1861....... ...] Treasury notes.... 6 percent.......... 3,30000 || Matured April and May, 1863. 198 00
July 17, 1867........... Treasury notes, (31 73-10 percent... 34,900 00 || Matured August 19 and October 1, 1864..................... 2,547 70
years.
March 3, 1863.........|Treasury notes, (11.5 percent.......... 338,552.00 || Matured from January 7 to April 1, 1866......... - - 16,927.60
and 2 years.)
March 3, 1863......... Certificates of ind. 6 percent.......... 12,000 00 || Matured at various dates in 1866................... 720 00
March 3, 1863, and Comp.int. notes... 6 percent..... 2,871,41000 || Matured June 10, 1867, and May 15, 1868. 557,053 08
June 30, 1864.
June 30, 1864.......... Temporary loan... 4, 5, and 6 perct. 186,310 00 | Matured October 15, 1866..................... - 7,651.98
June 30, 1864, and | Treasury notes, (3 | 73-10 per cent... 1,166,500 00 || Matured August 15, 1867, and June 15, 1868......... 85,154 50
March 3, 1865. years.
Aggregate of debt on which interest has ceased 5,068,883 04:1................................................................................................... 690,680 46

Debt bearing no Interest.

since maturity.

July 17, 1861........
February 12, 1862. Demand notes......
February 25, 1862.
July 11, 1862....... | U.S. legal-ten. nts.
March 3, 1863......

July 17, 1862...........
March 3, 1863......
June 30, 1864.......

March 3, 1863........]Cert. for gold dep.

Postal currency...

} Fractional cur'cy.

No interest........

No interest........

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No interest.....

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Aggregate cf debt bearing no interest.....................

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