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UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT.

December 25th, 1868.

THE EXECUTIVE. ANDREW JOHNSON, of Tennessee, President of the United States.. BENJAMIN F. WADE, of Ohio, President pro tempore of the Senate..

..Salary $25,000

8,000

THE CABINET. WILLIAM H. SEWARD, of New York, Secretary of State................... ..Salary $8,000 HUGH MOCULLOCH, of Indiana, Secretary of the Treasury.

8,000 JOHN M. SCHOFIELD, of New York, Secretary of War. GIDEON WELLES, of Connecticut, Secretary of the Navy.

8,000 ORVILLE H. BROWNING, of Illinois, Secretary of the Interior.

2,000 WILLIAM M. EVARTS, of New York, Attorney General.

8,000 ALEXANDER W. RANDALL, of Wisconsin, Postmaster General................

8,000

8,000

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THE JUDICIARY.

SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES. SALMON P. CHASE, of Ohio, Chief Justice..

Salary $6,500 NATHAN CLIFFORD, of Maine, Associate Justice. DAVID DAVIS, of Illinois, Associate Juistice. SAMUEL NELSON, of N. Y.,

Noah H. SWAYNE, of Obio, ROBERT C. GRIER, of Penn.,

SAMUEL F. MILLER, of lowa,

STEPHEN J. FIELD, of Cal., Salary of Associate Justices, $6,000 Court meets first Monday in December, at Wasbington.

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MINISTERS TO FOREIGN COUNTRIES.
ENVOYS EXTRAORDINARY AND MINISTERS PLENIPOTENTIARY.
Country.
Capital.
Ministers.

Salary. When app'd. Austria

.Vienna.
Henry M. Watts, Penn..

$12,000....1868 Brazil. Rio Janeiro .James Watson Webb, N. Y.

12,000....1861 Chili. Santiago. Judson Kilpatrick, N. J.

10,000....1865 China

.Pekin
.J. Ross Browne, Cal.

12,000....1868 France

..Paris.

John A. Dix, NY
Great Britain.

.London.
.Reverdy Johnson,

Md.
Italy

.Florence

George P. Marsh, Vt... Mexico.....

12,000....1861 Mexico... William S. Rosecranz, Ohio. Peru

.Lima..
A. P. Hovey, Ind.

10,000....1865 Prussia.

.Berlin.
George Bancroft, Mass..

12,000....1867 Russia... St. Petersburg... Cassius M. Clay, Ky.

12,000. 1863 Spain Madrid.. ..John P. Hale, N.H....

12,000,...,1865

17,500..., 1866 17,500....1868

12,000....1868

MINISTERS RESIDENT. Argentine Republic.... Buenos Ayres.... Alexander Asboth, Mo... Belgium.

Brussels

.Henry S. Sanford, Conn.. Bolivia

La Paz. Costa Rica..

San Jose... Albert G. Lawrence, R. I. Denmark

Copenhagen George H. Yeaman, Ky Ecuador

Quito Guatemala

Guatemala Fitz Henry Warren, Iowa. Hawaiian Islands. .Honolulu. Edward M. McCook, Ohio. Honduras...

Comayagua R. H. Rousseau, Ky.. Japan

Yeddo

Robert B. Van Valkenburgh, N. Y Netherlands

Hague

Hugh Ewing, Kansas.. U.S. of Colombia. Bogota.. Peter J. Suillvan, Ohio. Nicaragua

.Nicaragua. . Andrew B. Dickinson, N.Y. Paraguay..

Asuncion. .. Charles A. Washburn, Cal. Portugal.

.Lisbon

James E. Harvey, Pa.. Sweden and Norway... Stockholm. .Joseph J. Bartlett, N.Y. Switzerland..

..Berne..

George Harrington, D. C.. Turkey

...Constantinople .. Edward Joy Morris, Pa. Venezuela

Caraccas Thomas A. Stillwell, Ind

7,500....1866 7,500....1861 7,500....1863 7,500....1866 7,500....1865 7,500....1866 7,500....1865 7,500....1866 7,500....1866 7,500....1866 7,500....1866 7,500..., 1867 7,500....1863 7,500....1861 7,500....1861 7,500....1867 7,500....1865 7,500....1861 7,500 ...1867

Hayti
Liberia

MINISTERS RESIDENT AND CONSULS GENERAL,

.Port-au-Prince...
.Monrovia.........John Seys, Tenn.

7,500....1875 4,000....1866

XLth CONGRESS. First Session began March 4, 1867, immediately on the expiration of the XXXIXth Congress. The Second Session began on the first Monday of December, 1867. The last

Session began on the first Monday of December, 1868.

SENATE.

BENJAMIN F. WADE, of Ohio, President. GEORGE C. GORHAM, of California, Secretary.

Of those in the Senate on the 7th of December, 1868, there were Republicans (in Roman), 54 ; Democrats (in Italics), 12. Whole number of Senators, Dec. 7, 1868, 66. Whole number, in a full Senate, including Southern States, 74. The figures before the name indicate the year in which (on the 3d March) the term of the Senator expires. ALABAMA.

MISSOURI.
Term Ex. Senator.
Home Post Office. Term Ex.

Senator.

Home Post Office. 1871 Willard Warner

Montgomery.

1869 John B. Henderson..... Louisiana. 1873 George E. Spencer.... Decatur.

1873 Charles D. Drake.......St. Louis. ARKANSAS.

NEBRASKA. 1871 Alexander McDonald.. Little Rock.

1869 Thomas W. Tipton.....Brownsville. 1873 Benjamin F. Rice....... Little Rock.

1871 John M. Thayer.........Omaha. CALIFORNIA.

NEVADA. 1869 John Conness.. ..Georgetown. 1873 Cornelius Cole..... San Francisco

1869 William M. Stewart....Nevada City.

1873 James W. Nye ..... .Carson City CONNECTICUT. 1869 James Dixon. Hartford.

NEW HAMPSHIRE. 1873 Orris S. Ferr;

.Norwalk.

1871 Aaron H. Cragin.. .....Lebanon.

1873 James W. Patterson....Hanover. DELAWARE. 1869 James A. Bayard.. Wilmington.

NEW JERSEY. 1871 Willard Saulsbury ... Georgetown. 1869 Frederick T. Frelinghuysen. Newark.

1871 Alexander G. Catteli......... Camden. ILORIDA. 1869 Adonijah S. Welch.....Jacksonville,

NEW YORK. 1871 Thomas W. Osborn..... Tallahassee. 1869 Edwin D. Morgan.... New York City. GEORGIA.

1873 Roscoe Conkling. Utica..

NORTH CAROLINA.

1871 Joseph C. Abbott..... Wilmington. ILLINOIS.

1873 John Pool...

.Camden. 1871 Richard Yates

Jacksonville.

Chicago. 1873 Lyman Trumbull..

OHIO.

1869 Benjamin F. Wade... .Jefferson. INDIANA. 1869 Thomas A. Hendricks .. Indianapolis.

1873 John Sherman..........Mansfield. 1873 Oliver P. Morton Indianapolis.

OREGON

1871 George H. Williams....Portland. IOWA 1871 James W. Grimes......Burlington. 1873 Henry W. Corbett.

..Portland.
1873 James Harlan.
Mount Pleasant.

PENNSYLVANIA.
KANSAS.

1869 Charles R. Buckalew...Bloomsburg. 1871 Edmund G. Ross. Lawrence.

1873 Simon Cameron.........Harrisburg. 1873 Samuel C. Pomeroy....Atchison.

RHODE ISLAND,
KENTUCKY.

1869 William Sprague.......Providence. 1871 Thoinas C. McCreery..Owensburg. 1871 Henry B. Anthony......Providence. 1873 Garret Davis... ..Paris.

SOUTH CAROLINA.
LOUISIANA.

1871 Thomas J. Robertson..Columbia. 1871 John S. Harris.

Vidalia.

1873 Frederick A Sawyer...Charleston. 1873 William Pitt Kellogg . New Orleans. MAINE.

TENNESSEE. 1869 Löt M. Morrill. . Augusta.

1869 David T. Patterson..... Greenville. 1871 Wm. Pitt Fessenden ...Portland.

1871 Joseph S. Fowler....... Nashville. MASSACHUSETTS.

TEXAS. 1869 Charles Sumner...... .Boston. 1871 Henry Wilson...........Natick. MARYLAND.

VERMONT. 1869 William P. Whyte. ....Baltimore.

1875 George F. Edmunds....Burlington. 1873 George Vickers. Chestertown.

1873 Justin S. Morrill........ Strafford. MICHIGAN.

VIRGINIA, 1869 Zachariah Chandler....Detroit. 1871 Jacob M. Howard ......Detroit. MINNESOTA.

WEST VIRGINIA. 1869 Alexander Ramsey St. Paul.

1869 Peter G. Van Winkle...Parkersburgh. 1871 Daniel s. Norton ... Winona.

1871 Waitman T. Willey ....Morgantown. MISSISSIPPI.

WISCONSIN.
1869 James R. Doolittle... Racine.
1873 Timothy 0. Howe...... Green Bay.

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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

SCHUYLR COLFAX, of South Bend, Indiana, Speaker. EDWARD MCPHERSON, of Gettysburg, Penn., Clerk.

[Regular Sessions begin on the first Monday in December.) [Republicans in Roman, 174; Democrats in Italics, 48; whole number admitted, Dec. 7, 1868 (including three vacant seats), 225. Whole number of members when all the States are fully represented, 243. Those marked with a star (*) were members of the last preceding (XXXIXth) Congress. ARKANSAS.

4 John A. Peters. .Bangor. 1 Logan H. Roots... ........De Valls Bluff.

5 *Frederick A. Pike.......Calais. 2 (Vacancy.) .Dardanelle.

MARYLAND. 3 Thomas Boles.

1 * Hiram McCullough.. Elkton. CALIFORNIA.

2 Stevenson Archer. Belair. Samuel B. Axtell.. ..San Francisco. 3 * Charles E. Phelps Baltimore. 2 *William Higby ..Calaveras.

4 *Francis Thomas... Frankville, 3 James A. Johnson .......Downieyille. 5 Frederick Stone... .Port Tobacco. CONNECTICUT.

MASSACHUSETTS. 1 Richard D. Hubbard. Hartford.

I *Thomas D. Eliot. New Bedford. 2 Julius Hotchkiss... Middletown.

2 *Oakes Ames.

North Easton. 3 Henry H. Starkweather. Norwich.

Ginery Twichell

.Brookline, 4 William H Barnum......Lakeville.

4 * Samuel Hooper

..Boston.
DELAWARE.

5 Benjamin F. Butler ..Lowell. 1 * John A. Nicholson.......Dover.

6 *Nathaniel P. Banks.. Waltham.

George S. Boutwell.. .. Groton.
FLORIDA,

3

* John D. Baldwin .Worcester. I Charles M. Hamilton ... Marianna.

9 *William B. Washburn... Greenfield. ILLINOIS.

10 *Henry L, Dawes.. ..Pittsfield. Norman B, Judd.. Chicago.

MICHIGAN. 2 * John F. Farnsworth.....St. Charles.

..Galena. 3 *Elihu B. Washburne..

1 *Fernando C. Beaman....Adrian.
2 * Charles Upson

.Coldwater. 4 *Abner C. Harding Monmouth.

3 Austin Blair.

.Jackson. *Ebon C. Ingersoll. .Peoria.

4 *Thomas W. Ferry. Grand Haven. 6'*Burton C. Cook.. **

Octawa.

5 *Rowland E. Trowbridge.Birmingham. } *Henry P. H. Bromwell..Charieston.

6 * John F. Driggs ..East Saginaw. *Shelby M. Cullom.. Springfield. 0 * Lewis W. Ros8 .... Leviston.

MINNESOTA. 10 Albert G. Burr

Winchester.

I *William Windom Winona.
II * Samuel S. Marshall. .McLeansboro'. 2 *Ignatius Donnelly .Hastings
12 *Jehu Baker
Belleville.

MISSOURI. 13 Green B. Raum.

Harrisburg

William A. Pile... .St. Louis. At large-John A. Logan ...Carbondale. 2 Carman A, Newcomb... Tunnel. INDIANA.

James R. McCormick.... Ironton.

3 1 * William E. Niblack...... Vincennes.

4 Joseph J. Gravely Stockton. 2 * Michael C. Kerr.. New Albany.

John H. Stover.

..Linn Creek. Morton C. Hunter 3

Bloomington.

6 *Robert T. Van Horn..... Kansas City. William S. Holman.. Aurora. 4

* Benjamin F. Loan.. St. Joseph

3 5 *George W. Julian.. Centreville.

* John F. Benjamin .Shelbyville. 6 John Coburn

Indianapolis.

9 *George W. Anderson....Louisiana.

Clinton. *Henry D. Washburn.

NEBRASKA. & *Godlove s. orth . Lafayette.

John Taffe...

Omaha, 9 *Schuyler Colfax

South Bend.
Warsaw.

NEVADA.
10 William Williams.
II John P. C. Shanks. .Jay Court House

1 *Delos R. Ashley.. .Virginia City.

NEW HAMPSHIRE.
IOWA.

Jacob H. Ela...
Fairfield.

Rochester. I *James F. Wilson.

2 Aaron F. Stevens. ..Nashua. 2 *Hiram Price. .Davenport.

.. Lancaster. 3 *William B. Allison..

3 Jacob Benton.

.Dubuque. 4 William Loughridge .Oskaloosa.

NEW JERSEY. Grenville M. Dodge.....Council Bluffs.

William Moore.. May's Landing. 6 * Asahel W. Hubbard. Sioux City.

2 Charles Haight.

.Freehold.

3 * Charles Sitgreaves. Philipsburg. KANSAS.

.Lawrence. 1 *Sidney Clarke..

Boonton.
John Hill...

5 George A. Halsey. .Newark.
KENTUCKY.
1 * Lawrence S. Trimbie....Paducah.

NEW YORK.

.Roslyn. 2 (Vacancy. ]

1 * Stephen Taber

.Allensville, 3 Jacob S. Golladay.

2 Demas Barnes ..Brooklyn.

.Lebanon. 4 J. Proctor Knoti,

3

William E. Robinson... Asa P. Grover ...

.New York, Owenton.

4 John Fox... 6 Thomas L. Jones. .Newport.

5 John Morrissey. James B. Beck

.Lexington.

6 Thomas E. Stewart.. 3 . Barbourville,

* John W. Chanler *Samuel McKee... 9

Mt. Sterling.

James Brooks
9

Fernando Wood..
MAINE.

10 William H. Robertson... Bedford. 1 * John Lynch

Portland.

ni Charles H. Van Wyck... Middletown, 2 *Sidney Perham

.Paris.

12 * John H. Ketcham .Dover. 3 *James G. Blaine. ..... Augusta.

13 Thomas Cornell.. Rondout.

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WEST VIRGINIA. I *Chester D. Hubbard..... Whecling. 2 Bethuel M. Kitchen......Martinsburg. 3 Daniel Polsley........ ...Point Pleasant.

WISCONSIN. I *Halbert E. Paine. Milwaukee. 2 Benjamin F. Hopkins....Madison. 3 * Amasa Cobb.

Mineral Point. 4 * Charles A. Eldredge. .Fond du Lac. 5 *Philetus Sawyer. ..Oshkosh. Ổ Cadwalader C.Washburn. La Crosse.

ALABAMA. I Francis W. Kellogg..... Mobile. 2 Charles W. Buckley. Montgomery. 3 Benjamin W. Norris. 4 Charles W. Pierce Demopolis. 5 John B. Callis..

..Huntsville. 6 Thomas Haughey.

..Decatur.

GEORGIA.
J. W. Clift..

.Savannah, Nelson Tift.. 3 William P. Edwards.....Butler. 4 Samuel F. Gove. .Griswoldville. 5 Charles A. Prince.. Augusta. Ő (Vacancy.) 7 P. M. B. Young..

LOUISIANA. I

.New Orleans. 2 (Vacancy. 3

P. Newsham.. Francesville. 4 Michel Vidal

Napoleonville. 5 W. Jasper Blackburn ... Homer.

MISSISSIPPI. 1 [No Representatives admitted.]

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14 John V. L. Pruyn.. Albany. 15 * John A. Griswold Troy: 16 Orange Ferriss. Glen's Falls. 17 *Calvin T. Hulburd.. Brasher Falls. 18 *James M. Marvin.. .Saratoga Springs 19 William C. Fields. Laurens. 20 *Addison H. Laflin.. Herkimer. 21 Alexander H. Bailey. .Rome. 22 John C. Churchill. Oswego. 23 Dennis McCarthy ..Syracuse. 24 *Theodore M. Pomeroy ..Auburn. 25 William H. Kelsey:

.Geneseo, 26 William S. Lincoln Owego 27 *Hamilton Ward.

Belmont. 23 Lewis Selye.. Rochester. 29 *Burt Van Horn.. Lockport. 30 * James M. Humphrey....Buffalo. 31 *Henry Van Aernam.. .Franklinville.

OHIO 1 * Benjamin Eggleston.....Cincinnati. 2 Samuel F. Cary..... 3 *Robert C. Schenck ..Dayton. 4 *William Lawrence.. Bellefontaine. 5 William Mungen. ..Findlay.

*Reader W. Clarke ..Batavia.
*Samuel Shellabarger Springfield.
John Beatty.....

.Cardington, 9 *Ralph P. Buckland.. ..Fremont. 10 *James M. Ashley. Toledo, II John T. Wilson... .Tranquillity. 12 Philadelph Van Trump.. Lancaster. 13 * Columbus Delano. Mount Vernon. 14 *Martin Welker.

Wooster. 15 *Tobias A Plants.. Pomeroy. 16 * John A. Bingham. Cadiz. 17 * Ephraim R. Eckley Carrollton. 18 *Rufus P. Spalding

Cleveland. 19 *James A. Garfielā. Hiram.

OREGON
I Rufus Mallory..... .Salem,

PENNSYLVANIA.
I * Samuel J. Randall. Philadelphia.
2 *Charles O'Neill
3 * Leonard Myers.
4 *William D. Kelley.
Caleb N. Taylor

Bristol. 6 * Benjamin M. Boyer Norristown.

*John M. Broomall Media. 8 J. Lawrence Getz. .Reading. 9 Oliver J. Dickey. Lancaster. 10 Henry L. Cake..

Tamaqua. II * Daniel M. Van Auken... Milford. 12 George W. Woodward ...Wilkesbarre. 13 * Ulysses Mercur.

Towanda. 14 *George F. Miller. .Lewisburg. 15 * Adam J. Glossbrenner ..York. 16 *William H. Koontz .Somerset. 17 Daniel J. Morrell. Johnstown. 18 *Stephen F. Wilson... Wellsboro'. 19 *Glenni W. Scofield Warren. 20 S. Newton Pettis.. Meadville. 21 John Covode... Lockport, 22 *James K. Moorhead. .Pittsburgh. 23 * Thomas Williams.. 24 *George V. Lawrence.... MonongahelaC'y

RHODE ISLAND. 1 *Thomas A. Jenckes. Providence. 2 *Nathan F.Dixon.. Westerly.

TENNESSEE. I Roderick R. Butler...... Taylorsvilie. 2 *Horace Maynard. Knoxville. 3 *William B. Stokes Liberty. 4 James Mullins

Shelbyville. 5 John Trimble ..

Nashville. 6 *Samuel M. Arnell. Columbia.

*Isaac R. Hawkins. Huntington, Ś David A. Nunn.

Brownsville.

VERMONT. 1 *Frederick E.Woodbridge. Vergennes. 2 Luke P. Poland. ...St. Johnsbury. 3 Worthington C. Smith... St. Albans.

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NORTH CAROLINA. I John R. French.... Edenton. 2 David Heaton.

Newbern. 3 Oliver H. Dockery .Mangum. 4 John T. Deweese .Raleigh. Israel T. Lash.

.Salem. 6 Nathaniel Boyden .Salisbury 7 Alexande. Ho Jones..... Asheville.

SOUTH CAROLINA I Benjamin F. Whittemore. Darlington, 2 C. C. Bowen ........Charleston, 3 Simeon Corley........ 4 James H. Goss..

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