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1 Louis St. Martin,
2 J. Aristide Landry,

Louisiana-4.

3 Alexander G. Penn,
4 John Moore.

Texas-2.

2 Richard Scurrie.

1 Volney E. Howard,

Arkansas-1.-Robert W. Johnson.

Tennessee 11. 1 Andrew Johnson,

7 Meredith P. Gentry, 2 Albert G. Watkins,

8 William Cullum, 3 George W. Church well, 9 Isham G. Harris, 4 John H. Savage,

10 Frederick P. Stanton, 5 George W. Jones,

11 Christopher H. Williams. 6 William H. Polk,

Florida-1.-E. Carrington Cabell.

Kentucky-10. 1 Linn Boyd,

6 Addison White, 2 Benjamin Edward Grey, 7 Humphrey Marshall, 3 Presly M. Ewing,

8 John C. Breckenridge, 4 William T. Ward,

9 John C. Mason, 5 James W. Stone,

10 Richard H. Stanton.

Ohio-21. 1 David T. Disney,

12 John Welch, 2 Lewis D. Campbell, 13 James M. Gaylord, 3 Hiram Bell,

14 Alexander Harper, 4 Benjamin Stanton,

15 William W. Hunter, 5 Alfred P. Egerton,

16 John Johnson, 6 Frederick W. Green,

17 Joseph Cable, 7 Nelson Barere,

18 David K. Carter, 8 John L. Taylor,

19 Evan Newton, 9 Edson B. Olds,

20 Joshua R. Giddings, 10 Charles Sweetser,

21 Norton S. Townshend. 11 George H. Busby,

Michigan-3. 1 Ebenezer J. Penniman, 3 James I. Conger. 2 C. E. Stuart,

Indiana-10. 1 James Lockhart,

6 Willis A. Gorman, 2 Cyrus L. Dunham,

7 John G. Davis, 3 John L. Robinson,

8 Daniel Mace, 4 Samuel W. Parker,

9 Graham N. Fitch, 5 Thomas A. Hendricks, 10 Samuel Brenton.

Illinois-7. 1 William H. Bissell,

5 William A. Richardson, 2 Willis Allen,

6 Thompson Campbell. 3 Orlando B. Ficklin,

7 Richard Yates. 4 Richard S. Malony,

Missouri-5. 1 John F. Darby,

4 Willard P. Hall, 2 Gilchrist Porter,

5 John S. Phelps. 3 John G. Miller,

Iowa-2.

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NAMES OF THE SPEAKERS

OF THE

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,

From 1789 to 1853.

1st Congress.-FREDERICK AUGUSTUS MUHLENBURG, of Pennsylva

nia, was elected Speaker of the House of Representatives,

April 1st, 1789, and served to March 3. 1791, 2d Congress.- Jonathan TRUMBULL, of Connecticut, was elected

Speaker, and served from the 24th of October, 1791, to March

2, 1793. 3d Congress.-FREDERICK AUGUSTUS MUHLENBURG, of Pennsylva

nia, was elected Speaker, and served from December 2, 1793,

to 3d of March, 1795. 4th Congress and the 5th Congress.—Jonathan Dayton, of New.

Jersey, was elected Speaker, and served from 7th of December,

1795, 10 3d March, 1799. 6th Congress.—Theodore Sedgwick, of Massachusetts, was elected

Speaker, and served from 2d December, 1799, to the 3d March,

1801. 7th, 8th and 9th Congresses.-NATHANIEL Macon, of North-Carolina,

was elected Speaker, and served from 7th December, 1801, to

March 3d, 1807. 10th and 11th Congresses.—JOSEPH B. VARNUM, of Massachusetts,

was elected Speaker, and served from October 26, 1807, to 3d

March, 1811. 12th, 13th, 14th, 15th and 16th Congresses.-HENRY CLAY, of Ken

tucky, was elected Speaker, and served from 4th November, 1811, to 3d of March, 1821.

17th Congress.-Philip P. BARBOUR, of Virginia, was elected

Speaker, and served from 3d December, 1821, to 3d of March,

1823. 18th Congress.—Henry Clay, of Kentucky, was elected Speaker,

and served from 1st of December, 1823, to March 3, 1825. 19th Congress.—John W. Taylor, of New-York, was elected Speak

er, and served from December 5, 1825, to March 3, 1827. 20th, 21st. 222 and 23d Congresses.-ANDREW STEVENSON, of Vir

ginia, was elected Speaker, and served from 3d December, 1827, to 3d of June, 1834; and John Bell, of Tennessee, was, on the 4th of June, 1834, elected to serve out the balance of the

23d Congress, which ended on the 3d of March, 1837. 24th and 25th Congresses. --JAMES K. Polk, of Tennessee, was

elected Speaker, and served from 7th of December, 1835, to

March 3d, 1839. 26th Congress.-Robert M. T. HUNTER, of Virginia, was elected

Speaker, and served from the 16th of December, 1839, to March

3, 1841. 27th Congress.—JOHN White, of Kentucky, was elected Speaker,

and served from 31st May, 1841, to March 3, 1843. 28th Congress.—John W. Jones, of Virginia, was elected Speaker,

and served from 4th December, 1843, to March 3, 1845. 29th Congress.-John W. Davis, of Indiana, was elected Speaker,

and served from 1st December, 1845, to March 3, 1847. 30th Congress.- ROBERT C. WINTHROP, of Massachusetts, was

elected Speaker, and served from the 6th of December, 1847,

to March 3, 1849. 31st Congress.-HOWELL COBB, of Georgia, was elected Speaker,

and served from 24th December, 1849, to March 3, 1851. 32d Congress. - Linn Boyd, of Kentucky, was elected Speaker,

and served from 4th December, 1851, to March 3, 1853.

CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS,

As established by Chapter 499, Laws of 1851. Passed July 10, 1851.

DISTRICTS. FIRST,

SECOND,...
THIRD,
FOURTH,
FIFTH,

Counties of Suffolk, Queens, Richmond and

Kings, excepting Brooklyn and Williams

burgh. City of Brooklyn. 1st, 2d, 3d, 5th, and 8th Wards in New-York. 4th, 6th, 10th, and 14th Wards in New-York. 7th and 13th Wards in New-York, and City

of Williamsburgh, in Kings County. 11th, 15th, and 17th Wards in New-York. 9th, 16th, and 20th Wards in New-York. 12th, 18th and 19th Wards in New-York. Counties of Westchester, Rockland and Pat.

...

Sixth,
SEVENTH,
Eighth,
NINTH,

nam.

ΤΕΝΤΗ,
ELEVENTH,
TWELFTH,.
THIRTEENTH,
FOURTEENTH,
FIFTEENTH,.

-.. Counties of Orange and Sullivan.

Counties of Ulster and Greene.
Counties of Dutchess and Columbia.
County of Rensselaer.
County of Albany.
Counties of Washington, Saratoga, Warren

and Hamilton.
Counties of Essex, Clinton and Franklin.
Counties of St. Lawrence and Herkimer.

SIXTEENTH,
SEVENTEENTH,

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