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J. Jewett, Richard E. Jones, John D. Kemp, Jno.

Rhode Island.
M. Kennon, IFm. Larwill, John Lawson, Ralph
Lcete, C. T. Mann, Lawrence Mcllarrell, More,

SENATE, May 27, 1869.
Lawrence T. Neal, James IV. Neuman, Thomas

Yeas-Messrs. Wheaton Allen, Nicholas Ball, M. Nichol, Morgan N. Odell, James Parks, Jno. George L. Clark, George II. Corliss, Benoni CarB. Read, James Robinson, William L. Ross, N. penter, Samuel W. Church, James S. Cook, Geo. C. Rutter, William Shaw, Andrew J. Swain, Jes B. Coggeshall, John M. Douglass, James T. Ed. riah Swetland, Ansel T. Wulling, Tilliam R. wards, Benjamin Fessenden, Lysander Flagg, Wilson, Samuel M. Worth, and Speaker—47.

Charles H. Fisher, Albert G. Hopkins, David

IIopkins, Asahel Matteson, Jos. Osborne, Daniel Oregon.

B. Pond, William C. Potter, Jethro Peek ham, [Not yet voted.]

Isaac B. Richmond, Lewis B. Smith, Charles C.

Van Zandt-23.
Pennsylvania.

Nays-Messrs. Pardon W. Stevens, Alfred
SENATE, March 11, 1869.

Anthony, William Butler, Stephen C. Browning,

Silas C. Crandall, Samuel H. Cross, Alexander Yeas-Messrs. Esaias Billingfelt, James C Eldy, Timothy A. Leonard, Nathaniel C. PerkBrown, G. Dawson Coleman, George Connell, hum, John B. Pearce, Joseph W. Sweet, George W. Russell Erreth, James l\'. Fisher, James L. Gra- Taylor-12. ham, A. Wilson Ileuszey, James Kerr, Morrow B. Lowry, A. G. Olmstuid , P. JI. Osterhout, Jno.

IIOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, May 29, 1809. K. Robinson, C. II. S:in-n, Alex. Stutzman, A. Vote on postponing the question till the January W. Taylor, 11. White, Wilmer Worthington--18.

Nars-- dossie. John B. Deck, R. S. Bruun, For POSTPONENENT-Messrs. William D. AlC!{on Burnett, J. D. Defies ( V. Dion, rien, Feriinand II. Allon, Emor J. Angell, JuGje

, D. Jouksom, R. J. Linn, 11, in lius Baker, George W. Bliss, Theodore P. Bogent, M:Cezless, ('tiles I.T. 1 Intira; 1. G. Whil-Bavlies Bourne, John C. Brown, Ezra J. Caddy, ler, 1). A. Nagle, 117, Jl. Rul, Thomas J. Humilton Clerke, Nathaniel B. Durfee, Ilenry B. Stright, $22.20111. Tii'i'r, 1507m A. Wiel- T. Grant, Richard W. Greene, Jason W. Hale, lap -15.

Stephen Harris, William S. Kent, Robert R. IIOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, Vurch 25, 1869.

Knowles, Evard Lillibridge, John Loveland, TEAS-Messrs. Alex. Adaire, Fred. W. Ames,

Francis W Viner, Arlon Mowry, George II. William Beatty, Samuel T. Brown, Andrew J. Olney, Samuel B. Parker, John C. Pegram, SamButiington, Wm. M. Bund, Loren Burritt, John ucl Rodman, jr., William P. Shaffield, Nathaniei F. Chamberlain, Thos Churchi

, Junius R. Clark, Horatio 1. Stone, Nathan T. Verry, Albert al.

C. Smith, George T. Spicer, Joseph E. Speink, John Cloud, Elisha W. Davis, Allender P. Dun. can, John Edwards, David Foy, Jacob C. Gat Waite

, John E. Weeden, Joseph D. Wilcor, Jas. chell, Alex. C. Hamilton, Jacob G. Heilman,

M. Wright-35. A. Jackson llerr. Ilm. G. lIerrold, Robert ller

AGAINST POSTPONEMENT—Messrs. Benjamin T. vey, Henry B. IIofl'man, Jas. Holgate, Marshall Eames, (Speaker,) William T. Adams, Edwin C. Hong. Washington W. Hopkins, Miles S. Aldrich, Lucius C. Ashley, John H. Barden, WilHumphreys, Jas. A. llunter, Samuel' M. Jack: liam W. Blodgett, Francis Brinley, Joseph F. Leedond, Alex. Leslie, Jacob H. Longenecker, James C. Collins, Davis Cook, jr., Saladin Cook, $on, Samuel Kerr, Chas. Kleckner, Augustus B. Brown, Henry Bull, jr., John T. Bush, Thomas

G. Carr, John G. Childs, Thomas Coggeshall, jr., David M. Marshall, Amos II. Martin, Stephen Ed. Dowling, Daniel E. Day, Henry F. Brown, M. Meredith, Vincent Miller, George F. Morgan, George W. Myers, Thomas Nicholson, Jerome B. Edwin L. Freeman, George W. Green, David S. Niles, Wm. 1. I. Painter, Jacob G. Peters, Jas: Harris, Wm. Knowles, Nathan B. Lewis, Jesse M. Phillips, Geo. P. Rea, Archimides Robb, Jos. Metcalf

, Jabez W. Mowry, Charles H. Perkins, Robison, David Robison, Almon P. Stephens, William H. Seagrave, Owen W. Simmons —29. James V. Stokes, John D. Stranahan, Butler B

South Carolina.
Strang, Jas. Subers, Aaron II. Summy, James
Taylor, Ilarvey J. Vankirk, John H. Walker,

SENATE, March 6, 1869.
James H. Webb, Jno. Weller, Geo. S. Westlake,

YEAS-Messrs. H. Luck, R. H. Cain, E. E. Geo. Wilson, John Clark, (Speaker,)-62. Dickson, R. J. Donaldson, II. W. Duncan, J. A,

Nays— Messrs. Joshua Brans, Michael Beard, Greene, W. R. Hoyt, J. K. Jillson, C. P. Leslie, Samuel F. Bossard, Phillip Breen, Henry Brobst, John Lunney, C. W. Montgomery, H. J. MaxRobert B. Brown, Theolore Cornman, Daniel Well, W. B. Nash, Y. J. P. Owens, J. H. Rainey, H. Creitz, Sumuel D. Dailey, William J. Davis, W. E. Rose, S. A. Swails, J. J. Wright-18. Armstrong B. Dill, James Eschbach, John H.

Nay--Mr. Joel Foster-1. Fogel, George II. Goundie, Ilenry S. Hottenstein, George R. Tursk, Richmond I. Jones, Samuel HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, March 11, 1869. Josephs, William H. Kase, Thos. J. McCullough, YEAS--Messrs. F. J. Moses, jr., (Speaker,) B. John M. Ginnis, Edward C. McKinstry, Henry A. Boseman, B. F. Berry, W. J. Brodie, S. Brown, Mc Miller, P. Gray Meek, Michael Mullin, I'm. John Boston, Joseph Boston, John A. Boswell, M. Nelson, Decatur E. Nice, Danl. L. O'Neill, Jas. Jason Bryant, W. A. Bishop, Lawrence Cain, E. Place, Im. H. Playford, John Porter, Benja- J. Cain, Wilson Cooke, W. S. Collins, Josepb min F. Porter, John I. Rogers, George Scott

, Jos. Crews, P. C. DeLarge, John B. Dennis, William Sedgwick, John Shirely, Lewis H. Stout, Nathan Driffle, R. B. Elliott, J. H. Feriter, S. Farr, W. G. Westler--38.

H. W. Gray, John Gardner, Esop Goodson, E.

Hayes, C. D. Hayne, James N. Hayne, B. Hum- John Rufus Smith, Jesse F. Snodgrass, Richard phries, G. Hollinan, James Hutson, D. Harris, Thomas, William O. Wright-22. John B. Hyde, D. J. J. Johnson, W. E. John Nays-Messrs. Rhodes B. Ballard, John Bowston, S. Johnson, B. F. Jackson, H. Jacobs, B. yer, Reuben Davisson, Henry II. Dits, William James, H. James, WV. R. Jervay, J. H. Jones, W. H. M. French, Alpheus Garrison, Benjamin F. HarJones, C. S. Kuh, H. J. Lomax, George Lee, S. J. rison, James Tervey, John A. Hutton, Alexander Lee, J. Long, J. Mayer, W.C. Morrison, W.J. Mc- M. Jacob, John J. Jacob, John Kincaid, Daniel Kinley, E. Mickey, G. F. McIntyre, H. McDan Lamb, Thomas W. Manion, Jas. T. McClaskey, iels, J. S. Mobley, J. P. Mays, J. W. Mead, W. David S. Pinnell, Charles W. Smith, Louis č. Nelson, J. W. Nash, J. L. Nagle, P. J. O'Con. Stifel, John T. Vance—19. nell, II. W. Purvis, W. Perrin, J. Prendegrass, A. J. Ransier, Thomas Richardson, T. Root, A.

Wisconsin. Rush, P. R. Rivers, E. M. Stoeber, C. J. Stolbranch, Robert Smalls, A. Smith, S. Saunders,

SENATE, March 9, 1869. H. L. Shrewsbury, P. Smythe, T. K. Serporlas, YEASMessrs. Henry Adams, S. S. Barlow, R. F. Scott, B. A. Thompson, S. B. Thompson, W. J. Copp, J. W. Fisher, William M. Griswold, Reuben Tomlinson, W. NI. Thomas, S. Tinsley, Geo. C. Hazelton, Lemuel W. Joiner, W. J. KerC. M. Wilder, John Wooley, W. J. Whipper, J. shaw, A. W. Newman, David Taylor, Anthony H. White, J. B. Wright, George M. Wells-88. Van Wyck, Geo. D. Waring, Chas. M. Webb,

Nays-Messrs. 0. M. Doyle, R. M. Smith, C. G. Williams, Nelson Williams—15. John Wilson-3.

Nays--Messrs. W. J. Abrams, Satterlec Clarke, Not Voting-Messrs. B. Barton, T. F. Cly. H. H. Gray, Carl Habich, Chas. H. Larkin, burn, John A. Chestnut, George Dusenberry, L. Wm. Pitt Lynde, Lyman Morgan, Geo. Reed, W. Duvall, F. De Mars, P. E. Ezekiel, John G. Adam Schantz, W. IV. Woodman, TI'm. Young Grant, J. Henderson, J. H. Jenks, H. Johnson, G. -11. Johnson, W. C. Keith, F. A. Levie, S. Littlejohn, A BSENT AND NOT VOTING—E. S. Bragg, C. M. Wm. McKinley, John B. Moore, Y. B. Milford, Buth, William Ketcham, N. M. Littlejohn, 11. W. F. F. Miller, W. J. Mixson, S. Nuckles, C. II. Louder, Curtis Mann, Henry Stevens-7. Pettengill, B. F. Sloan, W. G. Stewart, William

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, March, 3, 1869. Simons, J. Smiley, C. C. Turner, W. W. Waller, H. W. Webb-29.

YEASMessrs. Fayette Allen, Douglas Ar

nold, H. D. Barron, J. B. G. Baxter, J. Bennett, Tennessee.

Van S. Bennett, Benjamin H. Bettis, J. M.

Bingham, J. N. P. Bird, Thomas Blackstock, H. [Not yet voted.]

C. Bottum, G. H. Brock, Luther Buxton, Syl

vester Calwell, Ben. M. Coutes, Joseph S. Curtis, Texas.

W. P. Dewey, Seth Fisher, Jas. S. Foster, Hiram [Not yet voted.]

L. Gilmore, Geo. T. Graves, J. K. Hamilton,

Joseph Harris, Andrew Henry, Robert Henry, Vermont.

Edwin L. Hoyt, Frederick Huntley, Edwin [Not yet voted.]

IIurlbut, Thos. A. Jackson, D. H. Johnson, J.

E. Johnson, C. C. Kuntz,0. B. Lapham, A. R. McVirginia.

Cartney, J. R. McDonald, John McLees, D. E. [Not yet voted.]

Maxson, Knute Nelson, C. C. Palmer, C. D.

Parker, C. H. Parker, Cyras Perry, A. L. Phil. West Virginia.

lips, Thad. C. Pound, Abner Powell, N. B. Richardson, Freeman M. Ross, Wm. E. Rowe, M.

H. Sessions, Adelman Sherman, John A. Smith, SENATE, March 3, 1869.

S. E. Tarbell, Joseph M. Thomas, Thornton YEAS-Messrs. Joseph T. Hoke, (President,) Thompson, Vernon Lichoner, G. W. Trask, A. J. James Burley, H. K. Dix, Willis J. Drummond, Turner, N. P. Waller W. S. Warner, Jefferson F. Ephraim Doolittle, George K. Leonard, Z. D. Wescott, Samuel C. West, and Mr. Speaker A. M. Ramsdell, Alstorpheus Werninger, Wm. Work- | Thomson-62. man, Samuel Young-10.

Nays-Messrs. John Adams, John H. Bohne, Nays—Messrs. Lewis Applegate, Wm. J. Bore- A. K. Delaney. Andrew Dieringer, Richard Donman, Jesse H. Cather, Henry G. Davis, John M. ovan, Patrick Drew, Rees Evans, B. F. Fay, John Phelps, Andrew Wilson—6.

Fellenz, Charles Geisse, Job Haskell, James Woye,

E. H. Ives, John Kastler, J. McDonald, C. E. HOUSE, March 2, 1869.

AscIntosh, D. W. Maxon, William Murphy, EuYEAS—Messrs. Solomon G. Fleming, (Speaker,) gene O'Connor, C. H. M. Peterson, J. Phillips, Joseph W. Allison, George W. Carpenter, James C. Pole, Jerome B. Potter, Henry Reed, Henry C. Carpenter, Benjamin F. Charlton, Elias Can- Rankel, John Ruttledge, John Scheffel, Geo. B. ningham, George Edwards, Joseph H. Gibson, Smith, Joseph Winslow-29. Sidney Haymond, Fenelon Howes, John S. Nor VOTING — Messrs. George Abert, P. J. Keever, Edward S. Mahon, Andrew W. Mann, Conklin, J. L. Fobes, John Gillespie, Daniel William M. Powell, Thomas G. Putnam, John Hooper, A. G. Kellam, Henry Roethe, Parlan Reynolds, Barney J. Rollins, Owen G. Scofield, Semple, Randall Wilcox-9.

XLVIII.

STATISTICAL TABLES.

PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION RETURNS.-NATIONAL DEBT STATEMENT.

* Electoral and Popular Votes for Prosident of the United Statest for the Terni Commencing

March 4, 1869.

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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.

† For presidential election returns of 1860 and 1864 see p. iii Political Manual for 1868, or p. 372 Hand-Book of Politics.

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 ito Democratic majorities. | No vote. By legislature.

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

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June 14, 1858..... Bonds

5 per cent........
June 22, 1860........ Bonds

5 per cent.........
February 8, 1861..... Bonds, 1881 6 per cent.........
March 2, 1861... Bonds, ( Oregon 6 per cent......

war,) 1881.
July 17 and August Bonds, 1881 6 per cent.....

5, 1861.
February 25, 1862... Bonds, (5-20's) 6 per cent.........
March 3, 1863... Bonds, 1881 .... 6 per cent.........
March 3, 1864... Bonds, (10-40's)..... 5 per cent........
March 3, 1864 Bonds, (5-20's)...... 6 per cent........
June 30, 1864... Bonds, (5-20's)...... 6 per cent.........
March 3, 1865....... Bonds, (5-20's)...... 6 per cent.........
March 3, 1865 Bonds, (5-20's)......

6 per cent..........
March 3, 1865... Bonds, (5-20's).... 6 per cent........
March 3, 1865......... Bonds, (5-20's)...... 6 per cent........

Aggregate of debt bearing coin interest..

$500,000 00 January and July.
175,550 00 January and July.
552,450 00 January and July.

28,350 00 January and July.
5,079,525 00 January and July.
5,147,716 00 May and November.
2,250,000 00 January and July.
3,242,788 33 March and September.

38,825 00 May and November.
1,255,613 00 May and November.
2,033,272 50 May and November.
9,989,968 50 January and July.
11,387,455 50 January and July.

1,276,210 50 January and July.
43,557,724 33

2,938,388 00
46,496,112 33

1,122,182 00
45,373,930 33

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Debt bearing Interest in Lawful Money.

March 2, 1867, and Certificates...

3 per cent. July 2, 1868. July 23, 1868. ........

Navy Pens'n Fund) 3 per cent.......... Aggregate of debt bearing interest in lawful money.

$52,120,000 00 On demand, (interest estimated for 9 months).... 14,000,000 00 Interest only applicable to payment of pensions.....

$1,172,700 00 Ann'ally or on redemp

tion of certificate. 210,000 00 | January and July.

66,120,000 00

1,382,700 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.

April 15, 1842.. Bonds

6 per cent.... January 28, 1817.

Bonds ............

6 per cent..........
March 31, 1848.... Bonds............

6 per cent..........
September 9, 1850... Bonds, (Tex. ind.) 5 per cent.
Prior to 1857. Treasury notes.... 1 mill to 6 per ct.
December 23, 1857.. Treasury notes..... 5 to 5% per ct....
March 2, 1861. Treasury notes.... 6 per cent......
July 17, 1867.. Treasury notes, (3 73-10 per cent...

years.)
March 3, 1863.... Treasury notes,(1 5 per cent...

and 2 years.)
March 3, 1863... Certificates of ind. 6 per cent...
March 3, 1863, and Comp. int. notes... 6 per cent.........

June 30, 1864.
June 30, 1864....... Temporary loan... 4, 5, and 6 per ct..
June 30, 1864, and Treasury notes, (3 7 3-10 per cent...
March 3, 1865. years.)
Aggregate of debt on which interest has ceased

since maturity.

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