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SLAVERY AND SECESSION, 1865.

Butler.Morton. Taffe.Pad'k.K'tze.G'd'h. On Nov. 9, 1865, a vote was taken on two Saunders

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28 10 ordinances passed by the State Convention of Seward.

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14.. 23 16.. 16 1865, and entitled "An Ordinance declaring Washington....283 205.. 275 156..

222 21 null and void the Secession Ordinance of May 1st Neb.Vet. Vol. 20, 1261," and • An Ordinance prohibiting Cavalry. Slavery in North Carolina," with the following result

Total.. .4093 3948.. 4820 4072.. 3422 2549 Anti-Slavery Ord. Anti-Secession Ord. Per cent.........50.90 49.10.. 54.02 45.64.. 57.16 42.84 Ratification.

..19,039

20,506

For Governor, David Butler (Rep.), 4,093 ; Rejection

3,970
2,002 s. s. Morton (Dem.), 3,948

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total vote, 8,041 ; Maj, for ratification..15,069

Butler over Morton, 145. For member of LEGISLATURE, 1866.-The House of Commons 4,820, J. R. Brooke (Dem.), 4,072; Marquette

18,504 XXXIXth Congress, T. M. Marquette (Rep.), contains about 25 members who are favorable

over 'Brooke, 136. to the Constitutional Amendment, and 95 who

On Oct. 9th, an election was held for memare opposed to it. The Senate has 50 members. ber of the XLth Congress, Delegate to the At the election of » U.S. Senator, in Novem- XLth Congress, Territorial Auditor, Terri. ber, 1866, 9 members voted for the caudidate of torial Treasurer, and Territorial Librarian, the Union Party, John Pool,

with the following result:-For menıber of Congress, John Taire (Rep.), 4,820; A. S. Pad

dock (Conserv, Rep.), 4,072; George Francis NEBRASKA.

Train, 30; total vote, 8,920; Taffe over Pad.

dock, 148'; over all, 718. Total vote for DeleAbstract f votes on the adoption of the gate to Congress, 8,958; T. M. Marquette Constitution for the State of Nebraska, cast at (Rep.),

4,821; J. S. Morton (Dem ),4,105; G. F an election held June 2d, 1866.

Train, 32; Marquette over Morton, 716; over

all, 684. STATE CONSTITUTION, 1866.

In 1865, total vote for Territorial Treasurer Counties. For. Against. Counties. For.Against. 5,950 ; Kountze over Goodrich, 852.

In 1864, Burt .222 42 Nemaha ..346 489

Hitchcock's (Union) majority for Delegate to Buffalo.. 1 41 Otoe.

.432 870 Cass 233

Congress, 793. In 1862, Dail (Union) ma480 Pawnee 233 Cedar 12 39 Platte.... .123

jority, 153.

55 Comming

.. 31
41 Richardson ..503

STATE LEGISLATURE,'66. Senate.House.J.Bal. 373

8

Republicans Dakota

30........38 ..106 32 Saline

5 54
Democrats..

5 9........14 Dixon

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36 Sarpy:

231
Dodge
96 45 Seward..... 23 24

Republican majority........ 3 21 24 Douglas

.491 572 Washington..404 89 Gage

96 61 1st Neb. Vet. Hall.

2. 29 Vol. Cev.... 134 34 Johnson, . 108 69

COLORADO. Jones.

82 13 Total......3938 3838 Kearney 21 7 Total vote on adop

The following is the official canvass of the Lancaster 95 53 tion of State Constitu

vote for Delegate

to Congress, as returned by Lincoln... 30 20 tion, 7,776; majority

for the Territorial Board of Canvassers: Merrick ...... 16 8 the Constitution, 100.

George M. Chilcott.

9529 A.C. Hunt.

3421 STATE AND TERRITORIAL OFFICERS. J. B. Wolf..

4. C. Hunt.. Simultaneously with the vote taken on the

H. Butler

32 adoption of the State Constitution (June 2) an election for Governor of the State of Nebraska, P. Cooper A, A. Bradford

1 and for member of the XXXIXth Congress, scattering:

2 was held, with the following result

Majority of George M. Chilcott, the Repub. GOV'NOR,'66.CONG.'66. TREAS'R.'65. lican candidate over funt, the Administration Counties. Rep. Dem. Un.Dem. Rep. Dem. candidate, 108. Governor Cummings gave a

Butler. Morton.Taffe.Pad'k.K'tze.G'd'h. certificate of election to Hunt, and a majority Burt .125 112.. 142 91..

of the Board of Canvassers gave a certificate Buffalo

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11 16..

to Chilcott. Cass..

.375 343.. 573 398.. 433 402 LEGISLATURE.-The Republicans have a maCedar 29 31.. 24 31.

15 jority both in the State and Territorial LegisClay

latures. Cumming 28 51. 41 43. Dakota 87 106.. 83 109..

83 Dixon.

30 49..
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DAKOTA.
Dodge
.110 33.. 147 49..

20 Douglas .426 645.. 699 695.. 413 559 Counties.

Repub. Consero. Gage. .116 49.. 124 12

Brookings. Burleigh. Hall. 10 27.. 46 Charles Mix....

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59 Johnson .121 76.. 131

45..
13 Clay

66

79 Jones 50 2.. 45 11[withGage) Bon Homme

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17 Kearney

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3 Kittson

103 Lancaster .112 53.. 128 69.. 100 8 Todd...

26 L'eau-qui-Court 10 1..

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Union.

85

213 Lincoln.

16
36..

18
134..
Yankton..

87

96 Merrick

16 8.. 26 8.. Nemaha.. .533 306.. 665 308.. 500 82

Total

254

593 Otoe

.462 812 446 782.. 422 714 Burleigh's majority, 339. Pawnee.. 32.. 239 44.. 225

LEGISLATURE, 1867. Council.House.Joint Bal. Platte.

90
85 96.. 82 Republicans..

0 6.

6 Richardson. .487 419.. 364 473.. 489 237 Conserv. and Dem.. 13 18..

31 Saline...

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50.. Sarpy 106 235.. 147 210. 200 Conserv. and Dem. maj.13 12

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IDAHO.

ARIZONA.
DEL. CONGRESS, 1866.

At the election for Delegate to Congress in Counties.

Rep.

Dem.

1866, all the candidates claimed to be Union

Kirkpatrick, Holbrook. men, and the issue was for or against the Ter. Ada

389 ritorial administration, Bashford, the successAlturas

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160 ful candidate, being for it. Boise..

1298

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Counties. CONGRESS,'66. CONGRESS,'65. Idaho

190
210

Bashford.Poston.Adams. Good'n.Allyn.Poston. Nez Perco

230

155

Mohave.... 27 65 89.. 80 29 56 Oneida.. 181

526 89 0.. 162 203 3 551

675

Pah-Ute Owyhee.

141 1 0.. [new county.] Shoshone...

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27 Yavapai... 226

217 48.. 409 118 52 Yuma..

89
146

56 26 149 Total.

.2923

3641 Holbrook's majority, 718.

Total. 1009 518 168.. 707 376

260 These figures show a great decrease in the

In 1866, total vote tor Delegate to Congress, Democratic majority since 1864,

1,695; Bashford over Poston, 491; over all 323.

In 1865, total vote for Delegate 'to Congress, LEGISLATURE, 1866. Council.House.Joint Bal. 1,343, Goodwin over Allyn 331 ; over Poston, Republicans.

8
3.

6 447; over both, 71. Democrats....

17.

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LEGISLATURE, 1866.- No party lines were

drawn at the election for members of the TerDemocratic majority., 4 14

18 ritorial Legislature, except in one county in

which the Democrats were successful. Ac

cording to the new apportionment, the Coun. MONTANA.

cil consists of 9 members, (1 for Mohave, 3 for

Pima, 1 for Pab-Ute, 3 for Yavapai, 1 for Yuma) LEGISLATURE, 1866. Council.House.Joint Bal. and the House of 18 members (1 for Mohave, 8 Republicans..

2
4..

6 for Pima, 1 for Pah-Ute, 5 for Yavapai, and 3 Democrats

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22.

.33 for Yuma). The apportionment is made on the

basis of 614 person to 1 member of the Council, Democratic majority.. 9 18

27 and 307 persons for 1 member of the House.

Popular Vote for President.

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1864.
1860.

1856. STATES. Union. Dem. Union Rer. Dem. Dem. Union. Rep.

Dem. Lincoln. McClel. Major. Lincoln. Douglas. Breck’ge. Bell. Fremont. Buchan'n Fil'ore. Alabama

13,651 49,831 27,875

46,739 28,552 Arkansas

5,227 28,782 20,094

21,910 10,787 California

62,134 43,841 18,293 39,173 38,516 34,334 6,817 20,691 53,565 36,165 Connecticut 44,691 42,285 2,406 43,792 15,522 14,641 8,291 42,715 84,995 2,615 Delaware

8,155 8,767

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3,815 1,023 7,337 8.864 308 8,004 6,175 Florida

367 8,543 5,437

6,358

4,833 Georgia

11,590 51,889 42 886

56,578 42,228 Illinois

189,196 158,730 30,766 172,161 160,215 2,404 4,913 96,200 105,298 37,454 Indiana.

150,422 130,233 20,189 139,033 115,509 12,295 5,306 94,375 118,670 22,386 Iowa..

89,075 49,596 39,479 70,409 55,111 1,048 1,763 43,954 36,170 9,180 Kansas

16,411 3,691 12,750 Kentucky

27,786 64,301 *36,515 1,364 25,651 53,143 66,038 314 74,642 67,416 Louisiana

7,625 22,681 20,204

22,164 20,709 Maine

69,114 46,992 21,122 62,811 26,693 6,368 2,046 67,179 39,080 3,325 Maryland

40,153 32,739 7,414 2,294 5,966 42,482 41,760 281 39,115 47,460 Massachusetts 126,742 48,745 77,997 106,533 31,372 5,939 22,331 108,515 39,287 19,079 Michigan

91 521 74,604 16,917 88,480 65,057 805 405 71,762 52,136 1,660 Minnesota. 25,060 17,375 7,685 22,069 11,920 718 62 Mississippi

3,283 40,797 25,040

35,447 24,196 Missouri 72,750 31,678 41,072 17,028 58,801

31,317 58,372

58,164 48,524 Nevada

9,826 6,594 3,232 N. Hampshire. 36,400

82,871 3,529 37,519 25,881 2,112 441 38,345 32,789 422 New Jersey 60,723 68,024 *7,301 58,324 62,801

28,338 46,943 24,115 New York 368,735 361,986 6,749 362,646 312,510

276,007 195,878 124,604 North Carolina.

2,701 48,539 44,990

48,246 56,886 Obio 265,154 205,568 59,586 231,610187,232 11,405 12,194 187,497

170,874 28,126 Oregon,

9,888 8,157 1,431 5,270 3,951 5,006 183 Pennsylvania .. 296,391 276,316 20,075 268,030 16,765 178,871 12,776 148,272 230,772 82,202 Rhode Island 14,349 8,718 5,631 12,244

7,707

11,467 6,680 1,675 South Carolina.

Electrs chosen by the Legis lature. Tennessee.

11,350 64,709 69,374

73,638 66,178 Texas

47,548 15,438

31,169 15,639 Vermont

42,419 13,321 29,098 33,808 6,849 218 1,969 39,563 10,569 515 Virginia

1,929 16,290 74,323 74,681 291 89,706 60,310 West Virginia.. 23,152 10,438 12,714 Wisconsin 83,458 65,884 17,574 86,110 65,021 888 161 66,090) 52,843

579 Total

2 Per cent 10.20 39.87 29.37 18.11

21.79 (* Democratic majority.)-In 1864, whole vote, 4,034,789; Lincoln's majority, 411,281. In 1860, whole vote, 4,680,193; Lincoln over Douglas, 491,275 over Breckinridge, 1,018,500, over Bell, 1.275,821 ; all others over Lincoln, 947,289. In 1856, whole vote 4,019,918, Buchanan over Free mont, 496,065; over Fillmore, 963,604. Fremont and Fillmore over Buchanan, 378,560.

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King

4,430

AMERICA
Argentine Repub. 820,000 1,171,800 B. Mitre.... President.. 1862 Republic
Bolivia

374,000 1,987,352 M. Melgarejo. President.. 1865 Republic
Brazil
004,460 9,106,000 Don Pedro II. Emperor

1840 Hered'y monarchy. Chili

170.000 2,081,945 Jose Joaq’n Perez President.. 1866 Republic. Colombia.

480,800 2,794,473 T. C. Mosquera... President.. 1866 Republic Costa Rica.

16,250 '126,750 J. M. Castro..... President, 1866 Republic Ecuador

240,000 1,040,371, Geron. Carrion... President... 1805 Republic Guatemala

44,500 1,000,000 Vincente Cerna.. President... 1865 Republic. Hayti ..

10,081 700,000 Gen. Geffrard.... President.. 1859 Republic. Honduras

39,000 350,000 Jose Medina...... President.. 1864 Republic.

Benito Juarez.. President. 1861 Republic. Mexico

833,000 8,218,080

Maximilian I... Emperor 1864 Absol, monarchy. Nicaragua

1863 Republic. Paraguay

Franc.Sol. Lopez. President. 1862 Republic. Peru

870,000 2,500,000 Gen. Prado.. President. 1865 Republic, San Domingo

22,000 200,000 Pedro A. Pimentel President. 1866 Republic. San Salvador.

7,500 600,000 Franc. Duenas.... President. 1863 Republic. Uruguay

75,000 240,965 Venancio Flores. President. 1865 Republic. Venezuela

426,712 1,565,000 Gen. Falcon...... President..... 1855 Republic. EUROPE. Anhaltt 1,017 193,046 Leopold

Duke...

1795 Lim, monarchy. Austria..

239,015 82,572,932 Francis Joseph I. Emperor..... 1948 Const'l monarchy. Baden 5,712 1,434,754 Frederic.

Grand Luke.. 1852 Lim.sov., 2 chamb's. Bavaria 28,435 4,774,464 Ludwig II. King

1864 Lim.mon., 2 chamb. Belgium 11,313 4,893,021 Leopold ii..

1865 Lim.mon., 2 chamb. Bremen 1. 112 104,091

Burgomåster . 1863 Free city. Brunswickt. 1,525 292,708 William

Duko.

1831 Lim. Bov., 1 chamb. Denmark. 21,856 1,608,095 Christian IX. King

1863 Lim.mon., 2 chamb. France 213,211 37,472,732 Napoleon III. Einperor.

1852 Con, mon., 2 chamb. Great Britain 132, 190 29,591,009 Victoria

Queen 1997 Lim.mon., 2 houses. Greece 19,250 1,096,310 George I.. King

1863 Limited inocarchy. Hamburgt.

229,941

Burgomaster. 1865 Free city. Hesso-Darmstadt 8,761 790,171 Louis III.

Grand Duke .. 1849 Lim, sov., 2 chamb. Holland 13,890 3,699,744 William III..

King

1849 Lim.mon., 2 chamb. Italy. 118,356 24,550,845 Victor Eman'l II. King

1861 Liin.mon., 2 chamb. Lippe-Detmoldt... 445 '111,336 Leopold.

Prince 1851 Lim.mon., i chamb. Lippe-Schaumb'st 170 81,382 Adolphus

Princo

1860 Liin.mon., 1 chamb, Lichtenstein 53 7,150 Johnli.

Prince

1858 Const'l monarchy. Lubeck t..... 142 50,614

Burgomaster. 1803 Free city. Meck.-Schwerin t. 4,701 552,612 Fred. Francis... Grand Duke.. 1812 Lim.sov., 1 chamb. Meck.-Strelitzt.

997 99,060 Fred. William Grand Duko.. 1860 Lim, sov., 1 chamb. Oldenburg t. 2,470 301,812Peter

Grand Duke.. 1853 Lim.sov., 2 chamb. Portugal 84,500 4,319,966 Luis I.

King

1861 Lim.mon.,2 chamb. Prussia t.. 135,662 23,590,543 William I.

1861 Lim.mon. 2 chamb. Reuss-Elder linet

588

43,924 Henry XXII. Princo 1859 Lim.sov., 1 chamb. Reuss-Young 86,472 Henry LXVII. Princo

1854 Lim, sov., 1 chamb. Russia 9,000,000 80,255,430 Alexander II.

Czar

1855 Absol, monarchy. San Marino. 22 7,600

Two Regents.

{,

and exec. council. Saxonyt 5,705 2,543,994 John

King.

1854 Lim.mon.,2 chamb. Saxe-Altenburg t. 491 141,839 Ernest

Duko.

1853 Litn.gov., 1 chamb. Saxe-Co, Gothat. 790 164,527 Ernest II..

Duke... 1844 Lim.sov., 1 chamb. Saxe-Meiningen t.

968
178,065 George.

Duke..

1863 Lim, sov., 1 chamb. S'xe-W'r-Eisen.t..

280.201 Chas. Alexander. Grand Duke.. 1853 Lim.gov., 1 chamb. Schwzb'g-Rud.t. 405 73,752 Fred. Ganther... Prince

1814 Lim.sov., 1 chamb. Schwzb'g-Sond.t. 858 66,189 Gunther

Prince

1835 Lim.sov., 1 chamb. Spain

176,480 16,302,625 Isabella II.. Queen. 1833 Lim.mon., 2 chamb. siates of Church.. 4,502 690,000 Pius IX.

Popo

1846 Absol. sovereignty. Sweden & Norw'y. 292,410 5,814,386 Charles XV.

1859 Lim.mon.w. legis'e Switzerland.

15,161 2,510,494 Const. Fornerod. Pres.Fed. Co. 1867 Repablic. Turkey 1,895,191 37,430,000 Abdul Azis . Sultan

1861 Absol, monarchy. Wurtemberg. 7,568 1,748,328 Charles I.

King

1864 Lim,mon..2 chamb. Waldeckt.

455 59,143 George Victor.... Prince. 1852 Lim.gov., 1 chamb. In 1866, tho Kingdom of Hanover, the Electorate of Hesso-Cassel, the Ducbios of SchleswigHolstein and Nassau, the Free City of Frankfort, and portions of Bavaria and Hesse-Darmstadt, together with a population of 4,285,700, were annexed to Prassia.

+ The States marked # belong to tho North German Confederation, which embraces an ag. gregate population of 29,220,862. Of Hesse-Darmstadt only one province belongs to the Con. federation.

King

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.26 Idaho..

.27 Iowa

Astronomical, &c.

. PAGE. Howard University Incorpo- Reconstruction Act of March Calendars (January to De

rated.
.25 2, 1867

.S0 cember); Changes of the Imprisonment for Debt .26 Reconstruction Act, Supple. Moon; Planets on the Me- Judges, allotment of .24 mental of, March 23, 1867...30 ridian; Sun on the Noon- Judge Advocate..

.22 Reconstruction Act, Supplemark, Sidereal Noon, Ris- Lighthouses..

.22 mental of, June 19, 1867.....31 ing and Setting of the Sun Mails to Sandwich Islands...26 Representatives from Nonand Moon throughout the Meetings of Congress

19

Reconstructed States, How United States, Highwater, Military Academy.

22 Admitted..

.39 Moon's apogee and periMontana Territory

22

PROGRESS OF IMPARTIAL gee

25 .5-16 Navy, Rank of Officers. Characters explained

SUFFRAGE. 2 Nebraska, admission of. 20

.32 Conjunctions, Lunar

Congress on Suffrage.
and
Orphan Home.

.21
Planetary
2 Passengers, Protection of. 22

State Legislatures on SutCycles and Church Days

33 frage..

22 2 Pay of Army Officers. Eclipses for the Year 1867. 1 Penitentiaries in Territories.19

IMPEACHMENT. How Surveyors get the Vari. Pensions.

.20 Reports and Vote

on Imation of the Needle.

4 Peonage Abolished. .26 peaching President JohnJewish and Mahometan Cal. Printer to Congress

.21 son..

33 endars

3 Proclamations Declared Morning and Evening Stars

Valid

24

Election Returns. and the Four Seasons 4 Rebel States, Government of.23 Alabama

.62 Planets, movements of.. 1 Robbery of United States,

Arizona

.65 Sixty-one Bright Stars 4 How Punished. 26 Arkansas..

.64 Tide Table of 110 Places .... 3 Smithsonian Institution.. *20 California

-47 Smuggling .21-22 Colorado

.70 Political. Tenure of civil Offices .23 Connecticut.

43 THE GOVERNMENT. Town Sites on Public Lands.26 Dakota ...

65 Cabinet-the President's ....37 Volunteers, Rights of 25 Delaware

.60 Congress - Members of

Writs of Error.
26 Florida

.63 Xith .38-40 Wool, Provides Revenue Georgia

.67 Executive Officers--General.37 from Imported...

.65 Foreign Ministers.

.37
PUBLIC RESOLUTIONS.
Illinois

58 Judiciary-Supreme Court ::37 Agricultural College. .27 Indiana

.57 Post-offices of Members of Alcohol, Tax on.

27 Indian Territory

.64 Congress .38-40 Alcohol'in Bond

.55

Kaneas Territories-Delegates from.40 Brazil, Thanks to the Legis

.62 lature of. .27 Kentucky

46 STATES OF THE UNION. Compensation to Civil Off

Louisiana..

.62 Area; White Population in

cers.
27 Maine.

43 1850 ; White, Colored, In

David's Island,
Purchase Maryland

48 dian, and Total Population Authorized

.27 Massachusetts

59 in 1860; Increase and PerDisabled Volunteers, Asylum

Michigan

.55 centage of Increase of

for.
27 Minnesota.

56 Population from 1850 to Field, Cyrus W., Thanks to..27 Mississippi

.63 1860; Capitals; Governors, Kentucky Militia 27 Missouri.

.61 their Salaries and Term of Medals to Soldiers.. 26 Montana.

.69 Office; Time of Meeting of National Banking Associa

Nebraska..

.68 Legislatures; Time of State

tion
27 Nevada.

.67 Elections.

71
Ocean Mails from San Fran-

New Hampshire

43 AOTS OF CONGRESS. cisco to Portland, Oregon..27 New Jersey.

48 Albany a Port of Entry. Paris Exposition..

26 New Mexico

.69 Amnesty and Pardon. .19 Payments to certain Officers New York.

49-54 Appeals, Time defined 26 Prohibited.

.27 North Carolina

.66 Army Appropriations.. .25 Pensions of Widows of Rey

.45 Army, Brevets in.. 25 olutionary Soldiers... 27 Oregon

68 Bankruptcy Law .25 Post-office Site in New York.27 Pennsylvania

44 Causes, Removal of from Post-office and Sub-Treasury

Rhode Island..

.44 State Courts 26 Site in Boston 27 South Carolina.

.64 Cemeteries, National. .21 Public Documents, Exchange

Tennessee.

.59 Clerks of House, duties of...21 of

.27 Texas..

.61 Colored Volunteers 19 Relief for Southern People, a

Utah. Compound Interest Notes...26 Vessel sent.

.27 Virginia

68 Convicts, Sentences miti. Ship Canal across Isthmus of

Vermont

44 gated.. 22 Darien.. 27 Washington.

.70 Copyrights .21 Scott, Gen., Equestrian

West Virginia.

57 Cotton Tax.. 25 Statue of... 27 Wisconsin

59 Court of Claims

.21
PROCLAMATIONS.
Wyoming

66 Currency and Public Securi. Amnesty Universal. .28 OUR NEW PUROHASES. ties .19 Civil Courts, Supremacy of..28 Aliaska....

:.65 Drafted Men .22 Japan, Neutrality as to Civil St. Thomas..

.65 Education, Department of...24

War in...

.27

VOTE FOR PRESIDENT. Franchise in Dist. Columbia.19 Nebraska, Admission of.. 28 Popular Vote for President, Franchise in Territories ..... 19 Senate, Extra Session called.28 by States, in 1864, 1860 and Freedman's Bureau, Funds Tonnage on French Vessels..27 1856.

.70 of

26 Tonnage on Hawaiian Ves- FOREIGN COUNTRIES. General of the Army cannot sels

.28 The States of America and be Removed

25

RECONSTRUCTION IN 1867. Europe Names and Titles Habeas corpus in Writs of Constitutional Amendment, of Rulers and their AceesError .. .20 Vote on in all the States ...29) sion,

Form of Government.72

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