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61ST CoNGRKSS 1 Qraiw (DOCUMENT 

2d Session / hHJNAlE j No. 654 



A BIOGRAPHICAL 
CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY 

WITH AN OUTLINE HISTORY OF THE NATIONAL CONGRESS 



1774-1911 



THE CONTINENTAL CONGRESS 

SEPTEMBER 5, 1774-OCTOBER 21, 1788 



THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS 

FROM THE FIRST TO THE SIXTY- SECOND 
CONGRESS, MARCH 4, 1789-MARCH 3, 1911 




WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

1913 



•THE EE7? YORK 

T1LD-N FOUt;DA1 ICNS 

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In the Senate of the United States, 

March 3,1911. 
Resolved, That the resolution of the Senate adopted on June twenty-fifth, 
nineteen hundred and ten, authorizing the printing of the Biographical Congres- 
sional Directory, is hereby rescinded and that the Biographical Congressional 
Directory, revised and corrected to the Sixty-second Congress, be printed as a 
public document. 

Attest: Charles G. Bennett, ■ ' 

Secretary. 



TABLE OF CONTENTS. 



Page. 

Introduction 5 

Executive Officers, 1789-1911 9 

The Continental Congress 25 

Apportionment of Representatives 29 

The Congress of the United States: 

First Congress 30 

Second Congress 33 

Third Congress 36 

Fourth Congress 39 

Fifth Congress 43 

Sixth Congress 47 

Seventh Congress 51 

Eighth Congress 55 

Ninth Congress 69 

Tenth Congress 64 

Eleventh Congress 68 

Twelfth Congress 72 

Thirteenth Congress 76 

Fourteenth Congress 81 

Fifteenth Congress 86 

Sixteenth Congress .' 91 

Seventeenth Congress 97 

Eighteenth Congress ' 103 

Nineteenth Congress 108 

Twentieth Congress 114 

Twenty-first Congress 120 

Twenty-second Congress 126 

Twenty-third Congress 132 

Twenty-fourth Congress 138 

Twenty-fifth Congress 144 

Twenty-sixth Congress 150 

Twenty-seventh Congress ' 156 

Twenty-eighth Congress 1 62 

Twenty-ninth Congress 168 

Thirtieth Congress 174 

Thirty-first Congress 180 

Thirty-second Congress 186 

Thirty-third Congress 192 

Thirty-fourth Congress 198 

Thirty-fifth Congress 204 

Thirty-sixth Congress 211 

Thirty-seventh Congress 218 

Thirty-eighth Congress 226 

Thirty-ninth Congress 233 

Fortieth Congress 240 

Forty-first Congress 248 

Forty-second Congress 257 

Forty-third Congress 265 

Forty-fourth Congress 273 

Forty-fifth Congress 281 

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4 TABLE OF CONTENTS. 

The Congress of the United States — Continued. Page. 

Forty-sixth Congress 289 

Forty-seventh Congress 296 

Forty-eighth Congress 304 

Forty-ninth Congress 312 

Fiftieth Congress 320 

Fifty-first Congress ' 327 

Fifty-second Congress 335 

Fifty- third Congress 344 

Fifty-fourth Congress 353 

Fifty-fifth Congress 362 

Fifty-sixth Congress 371 

Fifty-seventh Congress 380 

Fifty-eighth Congress 389 

Fifty-ninth Congress 398 

Sixtieth Congress 407 

Sixty-first Congress 416 

Biographies 427 



INTRODUCTION. 

No effort seems to have been made to keep a history of Congress, or a directory 
of its Members, prior to 1820. In that year the first publication approacliing the 
dignity of a congressional directory appeared, compiled and printed by "Daniel 
Rapine, Agent." It is a small volume of some forty pages and contains the names 
of the Members of Congress, with home and Washington addresses; the assignments 
of Members to committees; the names and local addresses of the heads of the 
executive departments; an imperfect list of American ministers in foreign countries, 
and an alphabetical list of Washington boarding houses. This publication with 
others similar appeared from time to time, as the succeeding sessions of Congress 
were held. They were purely private enterprises and depended upon sales and 
advertisements for their existence. 

In 1865 Congress undertook the work of publishing a Congressional Directory. 
At the beginning of the second session of the Thirty-eighth Congress a joint resolution 
was unanimously agreed to ordering the compilation and publication of such direc- 
tory, under the supervision of the Joint Committee on Public Printing. The 
committee held numerous sessions, obtained and examined hke publications issued 
in foreign countries, and decided upon a work similar in all essentials to "The House 
of Commons," published in London since 1852. 

Biographical sketches first appeared in the Directory of the third session of the 
Fortieth Congress, in 1869. Their scope and purpose are outlined in a prefatory 
note that reads in part: "The Joint Committee on Printing suggests that in the 
biographies published no other information shall be given than the full name, the 
time and place of birth of the Member; his early education; collegiate education, 
if any, with date of graduation; professional studies; profession or business; all 
public offices held, with dates, and the record of his congressional service," and then 
adds: "It is desirable that no gentleman shall occupy over ten lines in print." 

The work of preparing and publishing a permanent congressional directory, to 
comprehend all the Congresses preceding, was first undertaken by Charles Lanman 
in 1859, and it bears the imposing title " Dictionary of the United States Congress." 
Too great credit can not be given Mr. Lanman for his work, considering the time 
and the small amount of material obtainable from official records and published 
proceedings. There have been at least six subsequent editions of this work, all 
calculated to bring it down to date. Since Mr. Lanman's last volume the succeed- 
ing compilers appear to have done little more than to add to the permanent volume 
such information as could be obtained from the periodical Congressional Directories. 
There seems to have been httle effort to correct, revise, or perfect the work of the 
earlier compilers, and thus endless errors crept in. 

The present committee has undertaken the work of general revision and 
verification. It has not only carefully scanned the journals and records of debates 
but it has also consulted all available biographical works; has made special appeals 
to Government depositories ; public libraries ; historical associations ; State, county, 
and municipal officers, as well as to individuals, for specific and general information. 

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6 INTRODUCTION. 

Acknowledgments are here made to all those who have assisted the committee 
in its work, and too great recognition can not be given the postmasters throughout 
the country, who, when appealed to for information, have invariably responded by 
furnishing the desired data, or by placing the committee in communication with 
some one most likely to possess it. There are instances in which librarians, 
historians, and biographers have spent many days in research and in preparation 
of facts desired, but to mention names would be invidious. The cooperation of all 
readers is further sohcited to the end that the publication may eventually be a full 
and accurate record — a book of absolute and permanent value. 

The history of the executive administrations has been examined, and verified 
from the official documents on file in the State Department, and special acknowl- 
edgments are made to Philander C. Knox, the Secretary of State, for his courteous 
cooperation in this work. 

It has been the aim of the committee to be absolutely impartial in its presenta- 
tions and to keep well within the bounds prescribed by the Joint Committee on 
Printing that first undertook the task. It is unfortunate that some records that 
might be of great value, especially as bearing upon earlier contested election cases 
and their determination, were burned by the British in 1814, and that the journals 
of the two Houses, and the certificates of election as well, are not reliable authority 
as to the spelling of names. They afford little accurate history as to resignations 
and deaths of Members, and none whatever as to their home addresses. 

So far as it has been obtainable the post-office address of the Member during 
the period of his service is placed opposite his name in the Congress or Congresses 
in which he served. 

Beginning with the Fortieth Congress, the names of Kepresentatives from the 
various States are placed in the numerical order of the congressional districts they 
represented, and the names of any Representatives at large appear at the end of 
the list, in the order of their seniority. It will thus be easy, taking into account 
any footnote references of deaths, resignations, etc., to ascertain the particular 
congressional district a Member represented. The names of all Senators are given 
in the order of seniority, the name of the Senator of the longer service in the left- 
hand column and of the junior Senator in the right-hand column. 

Washington, D. C, December, 1912. 



EXECUTIVE OFFICERS. 



EXECUTIVE OFFICERS, 1789-1011. 

A Cabinet officer is not appointed for a fixed term and does not necessarily go out of office with the President who appointed 
him, and, while it is customary to- tender his resignation at the time a change of administration takes place, he remains 
formally at the head of his department until his successor qualifies or he is himself reappointed. Subordinates acting tem- 
porarily as heads of departments are not considered Cabinet officers, and in the earlier period of the Nation's history not 
all Cabinet officers were heads of executive departments. The order of departmental precedence now observed was not 
followed prior to the passage of the act of January 19, 1886, establishing the line of presidential succession. The names of 
all those exercising the duties and bearing the responsibilities of the executive departments, together with the period of 
service, are incorporated in the data that follows. The Department of State, through the courtesy of Mr. Philander C. Knox, 
Secretary of State, has verified and corrected the data from official records and documents on file in the department. 

The dates immediately following the names of executive officers are those upon which commissions issued, unless otherwise 
specifically noted. Where periods of time are indicated by dates as, for instance, March 4, 1793-March 3, 1797, both such dates 
are included as portions of the time period. 



First Administration of GEORGE WASHINGTON. 

APRIL 30, 1789, TO MARCH 3, 1793. 



President — George Washington, of Virginia. 

Vice President — John Adams, of Massachusetts. 

Secretary of State — John Jay, of New York, was 
Secretary for Foreign Affairs under the Confedera- 
tion, and continued to act, at the request of Wash- 
ington, until Jefferson's arrival, March 21, 1790; 
Thomas Jefferson, of Virginia, September 26, 1789. 

Secretary of the Treasury — Alexander Hamilton, of 
New York, September 11, 1789. 



Secretary of War — Henry Knox, of Massachusetts, 
September 12, 1789. 

Attorney General — Edmund Randolph, of Vir- 
ginia, September 26, 1789; entered upon duties 
February 2, 1790. 

Postmaster General — Samuel Osgood, of Massa- 
chusetts, September 26, 1789, Timothy Pickering, 
of Pennsylvania, August 12, 1791; entered upon 
duties August 19, 1791. 



Second Administration of GEORGE WASHINGTON. 



MARCH 4, 1793, TO MARCH 3, 1797. 



President — George Washington, of Virginia. 

Vice President — John Adams, of Massachusetts. 

Secretary of State. — Thomas Jefferson, of Virginia, 
continued from last administration; Edmund 
Randolph, of Virginia, January 2, 1794; Timothy 
Pickering, of Pennsylvania (Secretary of War), 
ad interim, August 20, 1795; Timothy Pickering, 
of Pennsylvania, December 10, 1795. 

Secretary of the Treasury — Alexander Hamilton, 
of New York, continued from last administration; 
Oliver Wolcott, jr., of Connecticut, February 2, 
1795. 

Secretary of War — Henry Knox, of Massachu- 
setts, continued from last administration; Timothy 
Pickering, of Pennsylvania, January 2, 1795; Tim- 



othy Pickering, of Pennsylvania (Secretary of 
State), ad interim, December 10, 1795, to Febru- 
ary 5, 1796; James McHenry, of Maryland, January 
27, 1796; entered upon duties February 6, 1796. 

Attorney General — Edmund Randolph, of Vir- 
ginia, continued from last administration ; William 
Bradford, of Pennsylvania, January 27, 1794; 
entered upon duties January 29, 1794; Charles 
Lee, of Virginia, December 10, 1795. 

Postmaster General — Timothy Pickering, of 
Pennsylvania, continued from last administration; 
Timothy Pickering, of Pennsylvania, recommis- 
sioned June 1, 1794 ; Joseph Habersham, of Georgia, 
February 25, 1795. 



Administration of JOHN ADAMS. 



MARCH 4, 1797, TO MARCH 3, 1801. 



President — John Adams, of Massachusetts. 

Vice President — Thomas Jefferson, of Virginia. 

Secretary of State — Timothy Pickering, of Penn- 
sylvania, continued from last administration; 
resignation requested May 10, 1800, but declining 
to resign, he was dismissed May 12, 1800; Charles 
Lee, of Virginia (Attorney General), ad interim, 
May 13, 1800; John Marshall, of Virginia, May 13, 
1800; entered upon duties June 6, 1800. 

Secretary of the Treasury — Oliver Wolcott, jr., of 
Connecticut, continued from last administration; 
Samuel Dexter, of Massachusetts, January 1, 1801. 

Secretary of War — James McHenry, of Maryland, 



continued from last administration; Benjamin 
Stoddert, of Maryland (Secretary of the Navy), ad 
interim, June 1, iS00; Samuel Dexter, of Massachu- 
setts, May 13, 1800; Samuel Dexter, of Massachu- 
setts (Secretary of the Treasury), ad interim, Jan- 
uary 1, 1801. 

Attorney General — Charles Lee, of Virginia, con- 
tinued from last administration. 

Postmaster General — Joseph Habersham, of 
Georgia, continued from last administration. 

Secretary of the Navy — Benjamin Stoddert, of 
Maryland, May 21, 1798; entered upon duties 
June 18, 1798. " 

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CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY. 



First Administration of THOMAS JEFFERSON. 

MARCH 4, 1801, TO MARCH 3, 1805. 



President — Thomas Jefferson, of Virginia. 

Vice President — Aaron Burr, of New York. 

Secretary of State — John Marshall, of Virginia, 
for one day (March 4, 1801), and for a special pur- 
pose; Levi Lincoln, of Massachusetts (Attorney 
General), ad interim, March 5, 1801; James Madi- 
son, of Virginia, March 5, 1801; entered upon duties 
May 2, 1801. 

Secretary of the Treasury — Samuel Dexter, of 
Massachusetts, continued from last administra- 
tion to May 6, 1801; Albert Gallatin, of Pennsyl- 
vania, May 14, 1801. 



Secretary of War — Henry Dearborn, of Massa- 
chusetts, March 5, 1801. 

Attorney General — Levi Lincoln, of Massachu- 
setts, March 5, 1801, to December 31, 1804. 

Postmaster General — Joseph Habersham, of 
Georgia, continued from last administration; Gid- 
eon Granger, of Connecticut, November 28, 1801. 

Secretary of the Navy — Benjamin Stoddert, of 
Maryland, continued from last administration; 
Henry Dearborn, of Massachusetts (Secretary of 
War), ad interim, April 1, 1801; Robert Smith, of 
Maryland, July 15, 1801; entered upon duties 
July 27, 1801. 



Second Administration of THOMAS JEFFERSON". 

MARCH 4, 1805, TO MARCH 3, 1809. 



President — Thomas Jefferson, of Virginia. 

Vice President — George Clinton, of New York. 

Secretary of State — James Madison, of Virginia, 
continued from last administration. 

Secretary of the Treasury — Albert Gallatin, of 
Pennsylvania, continued from last administration. 

Secretary of War — Henry Dearborn, of Massa- 
chusetts, continued from last administration ; John 
Smith (chief clerk), ad interim, February 17, 1809. 



Attorney General — John Breckenridge, of Ken- 
tucky, August 7, 1805 (died December 14, 1806); 
Caesar A. Rodney, of Pennsylvania, January 20, 
1807. 

Postmaster General — Gideon Granger, of Con- 
necticut, continued from last administration. 

Secretary of the Navy — Robert Smith, of Mary- 
land, continued from last administration. 



First Administration of JAMES MADISON. 

MARCH 4, 1809, TO MARCH 3, 1813. 



President — James Madison, of Virginia. 

Vice President — George Clinton, of New York. 
(Died April 20, 1812.) 

President of the Senate pro tempore — William H. 
Crawford, of Georgia. 

Secretary of State — Robert Smith, of Maryland, 
March 6, 1809; James Monroe, of Virginia, April 
2, 1811; entered upon duties April 6, 1811. 

Secretary of the Treasury — Albert Gallatin, of 
Pennsylvania, continued from last administration. 

Secretary of War — John Smith (chief clerk), ad 
interim, continued from last administration; Wil- 
liam Eustis, of Massachusetts, March 7, 1809; 
entered upon duties April 8, 1809, and served to 
December 31, 1812; James Monroe, of Virginia 
(Secretary of State), ad interim, January 1, 1813; 
John Armstrong, of New York, January 13, 1813; 
entered upon duties February 5, 1813. 



Attorney General — Caesar A. Rodney, of Penn- 
sylvania, continued from last administration; 
resigned December 5, 1811. William Pinkney, of 
Maryland, December 11, 1811; entered upon duties 
January 6, 1812. 

Postmaster General — Gideon Granger, of Con- 
necticut, continued from last administration. 

Secretary of the Navy — Robert Smith, of Mary- 
land, continued from last administration; Charles 
W. Goldsborough (chief clerk), ad interim, MarchS, 
1809; Paul Hamilton, of South Carolina, March 7, 
1809; entered upon duties May 15, 1809; served to 
December 31, 1812; Charles W. Goldsborough (chief 
clerk), ad interim, January 7, 1813, to January 18, 
1813; William Jones, of Pennsylvania, January 12, 
1813; entered upon duties January 19, 1813. 



Second Administration of JAMES MADISON. 



MARCH 4, 1813, TO MARCH 3, 1817. 



President — James Madison, of Virginia. 

Vice President — Elbridge Gerry, of Massachu- 
setts. (Died November 23, 1814.) 

President of the Senate pro tempore — John Gail- 
lard, of South Carolina. 

Secretary of State — James Monroe, of Virginia, 
continued from last administration; James Mon- 
roe, of Virginia (Secretary of War), ad interim, 
September 30, 1814; James Monroe, of Virginia, 
February 28, 1815. 

Secretary of the Treasury — Albert Gallatin, of 
Pennsylvania, continued from last administration; 



William Jones, of Pennsylvania (Secretary of the 
Navy), performed the duties of the Secretary of 
the Treasury during the absence of Mr. Gallatin 
in Europe in 1813; George W. Campbell, of Ten- 
nessee, February 9, 1814; Alexander J. Dallas, of 
Pennsylvania, October 6, 1814; entered upon du- 
ties October 14, 1814; William H. Crawford, of 
Georgia, October 22, 1816. 

Secretary of War — John Armstrong, of New 
York, continued from last administration; James 
Monroe, of Virginia (Secretary of State), ad in- 
terim, August 30, 1814; James Monroe, of Virginia, 



EXECUTIVE OFFICERS, 1789-1911. 



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September 27, 1814; entered upon duties October 1, 
1814; James Monroe, of Virginia (Secretary of 
State), ad interim, March 1, 1815; Alexander J. 
Dallas, of Pennsylvania (Secretary of the Treas- 
ury), ad interim, March 14, 1815, to August, 8, 
1815; William II. Crawford, of Georgia, August 1, 
1815; entered upon duties August 8, 1815; George 
Graham (chief clerk), ad interim, October 22, 1816. 
Attorney General — William Pinkney, of Mary- 
land, continued from last administration; Richard 
Rush, of Pennsylvania, February 10, 1814; entered 
upon duties the day following. 



Postmaster General — Gideon Granger, of Con- 
necticut, continued from last administration; 
Return J. Meigs, jr., ot Ohio, March 17, 1814; en- 
tered upon duties April 11, 1814. 

Secretary of the Navy— William Jones, of Penn- 
sylvania, continued from last administration; 
Benjamin Romans (chief clerk), ad interim, De- 
cember 2, 1814; Benjamin W. Crowninshield, of 
Massachusetts, December 19, 1814; entered upon 
duties January 1G, 1815. 



First Administration of JAMES MONROE. 

MARCH 4. 1817, TO MARCH 3, 1821. 



President — James Monroe, of Virginia. 
Vice President — Daniel D. Tompkins, of New 
York. 

Secretary of State — John Graham (chief clerk), 
ad interim, March 4, 1817; Richard Rush, of 
Pennsylvania (Attorney General), ad interim, 
March 10, 1817; John Quincy Adams, of Massachu- 
setts, March 5, 1817; entered upon duties Septem- 
ber 22,1817. 

Secretary of the Treasury — William H. Crawford, 
of Georgia, continued from last administration; 
William H. Crawford, of Georgia, recommissioned 
March 5, 1817. 

Secretary of War — George Graham (chief clerk), 
ad interim, March 4, 1817; John C. Calhoun, of 



South Carolina, October 8, 1817; entered upon 
duties December 10, 1817. 

^Attorney General — Richard Rush, of Pennsylva- 
nia, continued from last administration to Octo- 
ber 30, 1817; William Wirt, of Virginia, November 
13, 1817; entered upon duties November 15, 1817. 

Postmaster General — Return J. Meigs, jr., of 
Ohio, continued from last administration. 

Secretary of the Navy — Benjamin W. Crownin- 
shield, of Massachusetts, continued from last ad- 
ministration; John C. Calhoun, of South Carolina 
(Secretary of War), ad interim, October 1, 1818; 
Smith Thompson, of New York, November 9, 1818; 
entered upon duties January 1, 1819. 



Second Administration of JAMES MONROE. 

MARCH 4, 1821, TO MARCH 3, 1825. 



President — James Monroe, of Virginia. 
Vice President — Daniel D. Tompkins, of New 
York. 

Secretary of State— John Q. Adams, of Massa- 
chusetts, continued from last administration. 

Secretary of the Treasury — William H. Crawford, 
of Georgia, continued from last administration. 

Secretary of War — John C. Calhoun, of South 
Carolina, continued from last administration. 

Attorney General — William Wirt, of Virginia, 
continued from last administration. 



Postmaster General— Return J. Meigs, jr., of 
Ohio, continued from last administration; John 
McLean, of Ohio, commissioned June 26, 1823, to 
take effect July 1, 1823. 

Secretary of the Navy— Smith Thompson, of New 
York, continued from last administration; John 
Rodgers (commodore, United States Navy, and 
president of the Board of Navy Commissioners), 
ad interim, September 1, 1823; Samuel L. South- 
ard, of New Jersey, September 16, 1823. 



Administration of JOHN QUINCY ADAMS. 

MARCH 4, 1825, TO MARCH 3. 1829. 



President — John Quincy Adams, of Massachu- 
setts. 

Vice President — John C. Calhoun, of South 
Carolina. 

Secretary of State — Daniel Brent (chief clerk), 
ad interim, March 4, 1825; Henry Clay, of Ken- 
tucky, March 7, 1825. 

Secretary of the Treasury — Samuel L. Southard, 
of New Jersey (Secretary of the Navy), ad interim, 
March 7, 1825; Richard Rush, of Pennsylvania, 
March 7, 1825; entered upon duties August 1, 1825. 



Secretary of War — James Barbour, of Virginia, 
March 7, 1825; Samuel L. Southard, of New Jer- 
sey (Secretary of the Navy), ad interim, May 26, 
1828; Peter B. Porter, of New York, May 26, 1828; 
entered upon duties June 21, 1828. 

Attorney General — William Wirt, of Virginia, 
continued from last administration. 

Postmaster General — John McLean, of Ohio, 
continued from last administration. 

Secretary of the Nary— Samuel L. Southard, of 
New Jersey, continued from last administration. 



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CONGRESSIONAL DIEECTOBY. 



First Administration of ANDREW JACKSON. 



MARCH 4, 1829, TO MARCH 3, 1833. 



President — Andrew Jackson, of Tennessee. 

Vice President — John C. Calhoun, of South 
Carolina. (Resigned December 28, 1832.) 

President of the Senate pro tempore — Hugh Law- 
son White, of Tennessee. 

Secretary of State — James A. Hamilton, of New 
York, ad interim, March 4, 1829; Martin Van 
Buren, of New York, March 6, 1829; entered upon 
duties March 28, 1829; Edward Livingston, of 
Louisiana, May 24, 1831. 

Secretary of the Treasury — Samuel D. Ingham, of 
Pennsylvania, March 6, 1829; Asbury Dickins 
(chief clerk), ad interim, June 21, 1831; Louis 
McLane, of Delaware, August 8, 1831. 

Secretary of War — John H. Eaton, of Tennessee, 
March 9, 1829; Philip G. Randolph (chief clerk), 



ad interim, June 20, 1831; Roger B. Taney, of 
Maryland (Attorney General), ad interim, July 
21, 1831; Lewis Cass, of Ohio, August 1, 1831. 

Attorney General — John M. Berrien, of Georgia, 
March 9, 1829, to June 22, 1831; Roger B. Taney, 
of Maryland, July 20, 1831. 

Postmaster General — John McLean, of Ohio, 
continued from last Administration; William T. 
Barry, of Kentucky, March 9, 1829; entered upon 
duties April 6, 1829. 

Secretary of the Navy — Charles Hay (chief clerk), 
ad interim, March 4, 1829; John Branch, of North 
Carolina, March 9, 1829; John Boyle (chief clerk), 
ad interim, May 12, 1831; Levi Woodbury, of New 
Hampshire, May 23, 1831. 



Second Administration of ANDREW JACKSON. 



MARCH 4, 1833, TO MARCH 3, 1837. 



President — Andrew Jackson, of Tennessee. 

Vice President — Martin Van Buren, of New 
York. 

Secretary of State — Edward Livingston, of Louisi- 
ana, continued from last administration; Louis 
McLane, of Delaware, May 29, 1833; John Forsyth, 
of Georgia, June 27, 1834; entered upon duties 
July 1, 1834. 

Secretary of the Treasury — Louis McLane, of 
Delaware, continued from last Administration; 
William J. Duane, of Pennsylvania, May 29, 1833; 
entered upon duties June 1, 1833; Roger B. 
Taney, of Maryland, September 23, 1833; McClin- 
tock Young (chief clerk), ad interim, June 25, 1834; 
Levi Woodbury, of New Hampshire, June 27, 1834, 
entered upon duties July 1, 1834. 

Secretary of War — Lewis Cass, of Ohio, continued 
from last Administration; Carey A. Harris, of 
Tennessee (Commissioner of Indian Affairs), ad 



interim, October 5, 1S36; Benjamin P. Butler, of 
New York (Attorney General), ad interim, Octo- 
ber 26, 1836; Benjamin F. Butler, of New York, 
commissioned March 3, 1837, ad interim, "during 
the pleasure of the President, until a successor, 
duly appointed, shall accept such office and enter 
upon the duties thereof." 

Attorney General — Roger B. Taney, of Maryland, 
continued from last administration to September 
23, 1833; Benjamin F. Butler, of New York, No- 
vember 15, 1833; entered upon duties November 
18, 1833. 

Postmaster General — William T. Barry, of Ken- 
tucky, continued from last administration; Amos 
Kendall, of Kentucky, May 1, 1835. 

Secretary of the Navy — Levi Woodbury, of New 
Hampshire, continued from last administration; 
Mahlon Dickerson, of New Jersey, June 30, 1834. 



Administration of MARTIN VAN BUREN. 



MARCH 4, 1837, TO MARCH 3, 1841. 



President — Martin Van Buren, of New York. 

Vice President. — Richard M. Johnson, of Ken- 
tucky. 

Secretary of State — John Forsyth, of Georgia, 
continued from last administration. 

Secretary of the Treasury — Levi Woodbury, of New 
Hampshire, continued from last administration. 

Secretary of War — Benjamin F. Butler, of New 
York, ad interim, continued from last administra- 
tion; Joel R. Poinsett, of South Carolina, March 7, 
1837; entered upon duties March 14, 1837. 

Attorney General — Benjamin F. Butler, of New 
York, continued from last Administration; Felix 



Grundy, of Tennessee, July 5, 1838, to take effect 
September 1, 1838; Henry D. Gilpin, of Pennsyl- 
vania, January 11, 1840. 

Postmaster General — Amos Kendall, of Ken- 
tucky, continued from last administration; John 
M. Niles, of Connecticut, May 19, 1840; entered 
upon duties May 26, 1840. 

Secretary of the Navy — Mahlon Dickerson, of 
New Jersey, continued from last administration; 
James K. Paulding, of New York, June 25, 1838; 
entered upon duties July 1, 1838. 



EXECUTIVE OFFICERS, 1789—1911. 



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Administration of WILLIAM HENRY HARBISON. 

MARCH 4, 1841, TO APRIL 3, 1841. 



President — William Henry Harrison', of Ohio. 
(Died April 4, 1841.) 

Vice President — John Tyler, of Virginia. 

Secretary of State — J. L. Martin (chief clerk), 
ad interim, March 4, 1841; Daniel Webster, of 
Massachusetts, March 5, 1841. 

Secretary of the Treasury — McClintock Young 
(chief clerk), ad interim, March 4, 1841; Thomas 
Ewing, of Ohio, March 5, 1841. 

Secretary of War — John Bell, of Tennessee, 
March 5, 1841. 



Attorney General — John J. Crittenden, of Ken- 
tucky, March 5, 1841. 

Postmaster General — Selah R. Hobbie, of New 
York (First Assistant Postmaster General), ad 
interim, March 4, 1841; Francis Granger, of New 
York, March 6, 1841; entered upon duties March 8, 
1841. 

Secretary of the Navy — John D. Simms (chief 
clerk), ad interim, March 4, 1841; George E. 
Badger, of North Carolina, March 5, 1841. 



Administration of JOHN TYLER. 

APRIL 4, 1841, TO MARCH 3, 1845. 



President— John Tyler, of Virginia. 

President of the Senate pro tempore — Samuel L. 
Southard, of New Jersey; William P. Mangum, 
of North Carolina. 

Secretary of State — Daniel Webster, of Massa- 
chusetts, continued from Harrison's administra- 
tion; Hugh S. Legare, of South Carolina (Attorney 
General), ad interim, May 9, 1843; William S. 
Derrick (chief clerk), ad interim, June 20, 1843; 
Abel P. Upshur, of Virginia, (Secretary of the 
Navy), ad interim, June 24, 1843; Abel P. Upshur, 
of Virginia, July 24, 1843; killed on the Princeton 
February 28, 1844; John Nelson, of Maryland (At- 
torney General), ad interim, February 29, 1844; 
John C. Calhoun, of South Carolina, March 6, 1844; 
entered upon duties April 1, 1844. 

Secretary of the Treasury — Thomas Ewing, of 
Ohio, continued from Harrison's administration; 
McClintock Young (chief clerk), ad interim, Sep- 
tember 13, 1841; Walter Forward, of Pennsylvania, 
September 13, 1841; McClintock Young (chief 
clerk), ad interim, March 1, 1843; John C. Spen- 
cer, of New York, March 3, 1843; entered upon 
duties March 8, 1843; McClintock Young (chief 
clerk), ad interim, May 2, 1844; George M. Bibb, 
of Kentucky, June 15, 1844; entered upon duties 
July 4, 1844. 

Secretary of War — John Bell, of Tennessee, con- 
tinued from Harrison's administration; Albert M. 
Lea, of Maryland (chief clerk), ad interim, Sep- 



tember 12, 1841; John C. Spencer, of New York, 
October 12, 1841; James M. Porter, of Pennsyl- 
vania, March 8, 1843; William Wilkins, of Penn- 
sylvania, February 15, 1844; entered upon duties 
February 20, 1844. 

Attorney General — John J. Crittenden, of Ken- 
tucky, continued from Harrison's administration; 
Hugh S. Legare, of South Carolina, September 13, 
1841; entered upon duties September 20, 1841 
(died June 20, 1843); John Nelson, of Maryland, 
July 1, 1843. 

Postmaster General — Francis Granger, of New 
York, continued from Harrison's administration; 
Selah R. Hobbie, of New York (First Assistant 
Postmaster General), ad interim, September 14, 
1841; Charles A. Wickliffe, of Kentucky, Septem- 
ber 13,1841; entered upon duties October 13, 1841. 

Secretary of the Navy — George E. Badger, of 
North Carolina, continued from Harrison's admin- 
istration; John D. Simms (chief clerk), ad interim, 
September 12, 1841; Abel P. Upshur, of Virginia, 
September 13, 1841; entered upon duties October 
11, 1841; David Henshaw, of Massachusetts, July 
24, 1843; Thomas W. Gilmer, of Virginia, February 
15, 1844; entered upon duties February 19, 1844 
(killed on the Princeton February 28, 1844); Lewis 
Warrington (captain, United States Navy), ad in- 
terim, February 29, 1844; John Y. Mason, of Vir- 
ginia, March 14, 1844; entered upon duties March 
26, 1844. 



Administration of JAMES K. POLK. 



MARCH 4, 1845, TO MARCH 3, 1849. 



President — James K. Polk, of Tennessee. 

Vice President — George M. Dallas, of Penn- 
sylvania. 

Secretary of State — John C. Calhoun, of South 
Carolina, continued from last administration; 
James Buchanan, of Pennsylvania, March 6, 1845; 
entered upon duties March 10, 1845. 

Secretary of the Treasury — George M. Bibb, of 
Kentucky, continued from last administration; 
Robert J. Walker, of Mississippi, March 6, 1845; 
entered upon duties March 8, 1845. 

Secretary of War — William Wilkins, of Penn- 
sylvania, continued from last administration; 
William L. Marcy, of New York," March 6, 1845; 
entered upon duties March 8, 1845. 



Attorney General — John Nelson, of Maryland 
continued from last administration; John Y. 
Mason, of Virginia, March 6, 1845; entered upon 
duties March 11, 1845; Nathan Clifford, of Maine, 
October 17, 1846; to March 17, 1848, when he re- 
signed; Isaac Toucey, of Connecticut, June 21, 
1848; entered upon duties June 29, 1848. 

Postmaster General — Charles A. Wickliffe, of 
Kentucky, continued from last administration; 
Cave Johnson, of Tennessee, March 6, 1845. 

Secretary of the Navy — John Y. Mason, of Vir- 
ginia, continued from last administration; George 
Bancroft, of Massachusetts, March 10, 1845; John 
Y. Mason, of Virginia, September 9, 1846. 



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Administration of ZACHARY TAYLOR. 

MARCH 4, 1849, TO JULY 9, 1850. 



President — Zachary Taylor, of Louisiana. 
(Died July 9, 1850.) 

Vice President — Millard Fillmore, of New 
York. 

Secretary of State — James Buchanan, of Penn- 
sylvania, continued from last administration; John 
M. Clayton, of Delaware, March 7, 1S49. 

Secretary of the Treasury — Robert J. Walker, of 
Mississippi, continued from last administration; 
McClintock Young (chief clerk), ad interim, 
March 6, 1849; William M. Meredith, of Pennsyl- 
vania, March S, 1849. 

Secretary of War — William L. Marcy, of New 
York, continued from last administration; Rev- 
erdy Johnson, of Maryland (Attorney General), 
ad interim, March 8, 1849; George W. Crawford, 



of Georgia, March 8, 1849; entered upon dutie 
March 14, 1849. 

Attorney General — Isaac Toucey, of Connecticut, 
continued from last administration; Reverdy 
Johnson, of Maryland, March 8, 1849. 

Postmaster General — Cave Johnson, of Tennes- 
see, continued from last administration; Selah R. 
Hobbie, of New York (First Assistant Postmaster 
General), ad interim, March 5, 1849; Jacob Col- 
lamer, of Vermont, March 8, 1849. 

Secretary of the Navy — John Y. Mason, of Vir- 
ginia, continued from last administration; Wil- 
liam B. Preston, of Virginia, March 8, 1849. 

Secretary of the Interior — Thomas Ewing, of Ohio, 
March 8, 1849. 



Administration of MILLARD FILLMORE. 



JULY 9, 1850, TO MARCH 3, 1853. 



President — Millard Fillmore, of New York. 

President of the Senate pro tempore — William R. 
King, of Alabama. 

Secretary of State — John M. Clayton, of Dela- 
ware, continued from Taylor's administration; 
Daniel Webster, of Massachusetts, July 22, 1850 
(died October 24, 1852);' John J. Crittenden, of 
Kentucky, Septembers-October, 1851; Charles M. 
Conrad, of Louisiana (Secretary of War), ad interim, 
October 25, 1852; Edward Everett, of Massachu- 
setts, November 6, 1852. 

Secretary of the Treasury — William M. Meredith, 
of Pennsylvania, continued from Taylor's admin- 
istration; Thomas Corwin, of Ohio, July 23, 1850. 

Secretary of War — George W. Crawford, of Geor- 
gia, continued from Taylor's administration; Sam- 
uel J. Anderson (chief clerk), ad interim, July 23, 
1850; Winfield Scott (major general, U. S. Army), 
ad interim, July 24, 1850; Charles M. Conrad, of 
Louisiana, August 15, 1850. 

Attorney General — Reverdy Johnson, of Mary- 
land, continued from Taylor's administration, 
served to July 22, 1850; John J. Crittenden, of 



Kentucky, July 22, 1850; entered upon duties 
August 14, 1850. 

Postmaster General — Jacob Collamer, of Ver- 
mont, continued from Taylor's administration; 
Nathan K. Hall, of New York, July 23, 1850; 
Samuel D. Hubbard, of Connecticut, August 31, 
1852; entered upon duties September 14, 1852. 

Secretary of the Navy — William B. Preston, of 
Virginia, continued from Taylor's administration; 
Lewis Warrington (captain, U.S. Navy), ad interim, 
July 23, 1850; William A. Graham, of North Caro- 
lina, July 22, 1850; entered upon duties August 2, 
1850; John P. Kennedy, of Maryland, July 22, 
1852; entered upon duties July 26,1852. 

Secretary of the Interior — Thomas Ewing, of Ohio, 
continued from Taylor's administration; Daniel C. 
Goddard (chief clerk), ad interim, July 23, 1850; 
Thomas M. T. McKennan, of Pennsylvania, Au- 
gust 15, 1850; Daniel C. Goddard (chief clerk), ad 
interim, August 27, 1850; Alexander H. H. Stuart, 
of Virginia, September 12, 1850; entered upon 
duties September 16, 1850. 



Administration of FRANKLIN PIERCE. 

MARCH 4, 1853, TO MARCH 3, 1857. 



President — Franklin Pierce, of New Hamp- 
shire. 

Vice President — William R. King, of Alabama. 
(Died April 18, 1853.) 

Presidents of the Senate pro tempore — David R. 
Atchison, of Missouri; Lewis Cass, of Michigan; 
Jesse D. Bright, of Indiana; Charles E. Stuart, 
of Michigan; James M. Mason, of Virginia. 

Secretary of State — William Hunter (chief clerk), 
ad interim, March 4, 1853; William L. Marcy, of 
New York, March 7, 1853. 

Secretary of the Treasury — Thomas Corwin, of 
Ohio, continued from last administration; James 
Guthrie, of Kentucky, March 7, 1853. 

Secretary of War — Charles M. Conrad, of Louis- 
iana, continued from last administration; Jeffer- 



son Davis, of Mississippi, March 7, 1853; Samuel 
Cooper (Adjutant General, U. S. Army), ad in- 
terim, March 3, 1857. 

Attorney General — John J. Crittenden, of Ken- 
tucky, continued from last administration; Caleb 
Cushing, of Massachusetts, March 7, 1853. 

Postmaster General — Samuel D. Hubbard, of 
Connecticut, continued from last administration; 
James Campbell, of Pennsylvania, March 7, 1853. 

Secretary of the Navy — John P. Kennedy, of 
Maryland, continued from last administration; 
James C. Dobbin, of North Carolina, March 7, 1853. 

Secretary of the Interior — Alexander H. H. Stuart, 
of Virginia, continued from last administration; 
Robert McClelland, of Michigan, March 7, 1853. 



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Administration of JAMES BUCHANAN. 



MARCH 4, 1857, TO MARCH 3, 1861. 



President — James Buchanan, of Pennsylvania. 
Vice President — John C. Breckinridge, of Ken- 
tucky. 

Secretary of State — William L. Marcy, of New 
York, continued from last administration; Lewis 
Cass, of Michigan, March 6, 1857; William Hunter 
(chief clerk), ad interim, December 14, 1860; 
Jeremiah S. Black, of Pennsylvania, December 17, 
1860. 

Secretary of the Treasury — James Guthrie,_ of 
Kentucky, continued from last administration; 
Howell Cobb, of Georgia, March 6, 1857; Isaac 
Toucey, of Connecticut (Secretary of the Navy), 
ad interim, December 10, 1860; Philip F. Thomas, 
of Maryland, December 12, 1860; John A. Dix, of 
New York, January 11, 1861; entered upon duties 
January 15, 1861. 

Secretary of War — Samuel Cooper (Adjutant 
General, IT. S. Army), ad interim, March 4, 1S57; 
John B. Floyd, of Virginia, March 6, 1857; Joseph 
Holt, of Kentucky (Postmaster General), ad in- 
terim, January 1, 1861; Joseph Holt, of Kentucky, 
January 18, 1861. 



Attorney General — Caleb dishing, of Massachu- 
setts, continued from last administration; Jere- 
miah S. Black, of Pennsylvania, March 6, 1857; 
entered upon duties March 11, 1857; Edwin M. 
Stanton, of Pennsylvania, December 20, 1860; en- 
tered upon duties December 22, 1860. 

Postmaster General — James Campbell, of Penn- 
sylvania, continued from last administration; 
Aaron V. Brown, of Tennessee, March 6, 1857 
(died March 8, 1859); Horatio King, of Maine (First 
Assistant Postmaster General), ad interim, March 9, 
1859; Joseph Holt, of Kentucky, March 14, 1859; 
Horatio King, of Maine (First Assistant Postmaster 
General), ad interim, January 1, 1861; Horatio 
King, of Maine, February 12, 1861. 

Secretary of the Navy — James C. Dobbin, of North 
Carolina, continued from last administration; 
Isaac Toucey, of Connecticut, March 6, 1857. 

Secretary of the Interior— Robert McClelland, of 
Michigan, continued from last administration; 
Jacob Thompson, of Mississippi, March 6, 1857; 
entered upon duties March 10, 1857; Moses Kelly 
(chief clerk), ad interim, January 10, 1861. 



First Administration of ABRAHAM LINCOLN. 



MARCH 4, 1861, TO MARCH 3, 1865. 



President — Abraham Lincoln, of Illinois. 

Vice President — Hannibal Hamlin, of Maine. 

Secretary of State— Jeremiah S. Black, of Penn- 
sylvania, continued from last administration; 
William H. Seward, of New York, March 5, 1861. 

Secretary of the Treasury — John A. Dix, of New 
York, continued from last administration; Salmon 
P. Chase, of Ohio, March 5, 1861; entered upon 
duties March 7, 1861; George Harrington, of the 
District of Columbia (Assistant Secretary), ad in- 
terim, July 1, 1864;WilliamP.Fessenden, ofMaine, 
July 1, 1864; entered upon duties July 5, 1864. 

Secretary of War — Joseph Holt, of Kentucky, 
continued from last administration; Simon Cam- 
eron, of Pennsylvania, March 5, 1861; entered upon 
duties March 11, 1861; Edwin M. Stanton, of Penn- 
sylvania, January 15, 1862; entered upon duties 
January 20, 1862. 

Attorney General — Edwin M. Stanton, of Penn- 
sylvania, continued from last administration; Ed- 



ward Bates, of Missouri, March 5, 1861; James 
Speed, of Kentucky, December 2, 1864; entered 
upon duties December 5, 1864. 

Postmaster General — Horatio King, of Maine, 
continued from last administration; Montgomery 
Blair, of the District of Columbia, March 5, 1861; 
entered upon duties March 9, 1861 ; William Den- 
nison, of Ohio, September 24, 1864; entered upon 
duties October 1, 1864. 

Secretary of the Navy — Isaac Toucey, of Connec- 
ticut, continued from last administration; Gideon 
Welles, of Connecticut, March 5, 1861. 

Secretary of the Interior — Moses Kelly (chief 
clerk), ad interim, March 4, 1861; Caleb B. Smith, 
of Indiana, March 5, 1861; John P. Usher, of In- 
diana (Assistant Secretary), ad interim, January 
1, 1863; John P. Usher, of Indiana, January 8, 
1863. 



Second Administration of ABRAHAM LINCOLN. 



MARCH 4, 1865, TO APRIL 15, 1865. 



President — Abraham Lincoln, of Illinois. (Died 
April 15, 1865.) 

VicePresident — Andrew Johnson, of Tennessee. 

Secretary of State — William H. Seward, of New 
York, continued from last administration. 

Secretary of the Treasury — George Harrington, 
of the District of Columbia (Assistant Secretary), 
ad interim, March 4, 1865; Hugh McCulloch, of 
Indiana, March 7, 1865; entered upon duties March 
9, 1865. 



Secretary of War — Edwin M. Stanton, of Penn- 
sylvania, continued from last administration. 

Attorney General — James Speed, of Kentucky, 
continued from last administration. 

Postmaster General — William Dennison, of Ohio, 
continued from last administration. 

Secretary of the Navy — Gideon Welles, of Con- 
necticut, continued from last administration. 

Secretary of the Interior — John P. Usher, of Indi- 
ana, continued from last administration. 



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Administration of ANDREW JOHNSON. 



APRIL 15, 1865, TO MARCH 3, 1869. 



President — Andrew Johnson, of Tennessee. 

President of the Senate pro tempore — Lafayette 
S. Foster, of Connecticut; Benjamin F. Wade, 
of Ohio. 

Secretary of State — William H. Seward, of New 
York, continued from Lincoln's administration. 

Secretary of the Treasury — Hugh McCulloch, of 
Indiana, continued from Lincoln's administration. 

Secretary of War — Edwin M. Stanton, of Penn- 
sylvania, continued from Lincoln's administration; 
suspended August 12, 1867; Ulysses S. Grant (Gen- 
eral of the Army), ad interim, August 12, 1867; 
Edwin M. Stanton, of Pennsylvania, reinstated 
January 13, 1868, to May 26, 1868; John M. Scho- 
field, of Illinois, May28, 1868; entered upon duties 
June 1, 1868. 

Attorney General — James Speed, of Kentucky, 
continued from Lincoln's administration; J. Hub- 
ley Ashton, of Pennsylvania (Assistant Attorney 



General), acting, July 17, 1866; Henry Stanbery; 
of Ohio, July 23, 1866; Orville H. Browning, of 
Illinois (Secretary of the Interior), ad interim, 
March 13, 1868; William M. Evarts, of New York, 
July 15, 1868; entered upon duties July 20, 1868. 

Postmaster General — William Dennison, of Ohio, 
continued from Lincoln's administration; Alex- 
ander W. Randall, of Wisconsin (First Assistant 
Postmaster General), ad interim, July 17, 1866; 
Alexander W. Randall, of Wisconsin, July 25, 
1866. 

Secretary of the Navy — Gideon Welles, of Con- 
necticut, continued from Lincoln's administra- 
tion. 

Secretary of the Interior — John P. Usher, of In- 
diana, continued from Lincoln's administration; 
James Harlan, of Iowa, May 15, 1865; Orville H. 
Browning, of Illinois, July 27, 1866, to take effect 
September 1, 1866. 



First Administration of UIYSSES S. GRANT. 



MARCH 4, 1869, TO MARCH 3, 1873. 



President — Ulysses S. Grant, of Illinois. 

Vice President — Schuyler Colfax, of Indiana. 

Secretary of State. — William H. Seward, of New 
York, continued from last administration; Elihu 
B. Washburne, of Illinois, March 5, 1869; Hamilton 
Fish, of New York, March 11, 1869; entered upon 
duties March 17, 1869. 

Secretary of the Treasury — Hugh McCulloch, of 
Indiana, continued from last administration; John 
F. Hartley, of Maine (Assistant Secretary), ad in- 
terim, March 5, 1869; George S. Boutwell, of Massa- 
chusetts, March 11, 1869. 

Secretary of War— John M. Schofield, of Illinois, 
continued from last administration; John A. Raw- 
lins, of Illinois, March 11, 1869; William T. Sher- 
man, of Ohio, September 9, 1869; entered upon 
duties September 11, 1869; William W. Belknap, 
of Iowa, October 25, 1869; entered upon duties 
November 1,1869. 

Attorney Gerieral — William M. Evarts, of New 
York, continued from last administration; J. Hub- 



ley Ashton, of Pennsylvania (Assistant Attorney 
General), acting, March 5, 1869; Ebenezer R. Hoar, 
of Massachusetts, March 5, 1869; entered upon 
duties March 11, 1869; Amos T. Akerman, of Geor- 
gia, June 23, 1870; entered upon duties July 8, 1870; 
George H. Williams, of Oregon, December 14, 1871, 
to take effect January 10, 1872. 

Postmaster General — St. John B. L. Skinner, of 
New York (First Assistant Postmaster General), 
ad interim, March 4, 1869; John A. J. Creswell, 
of Maryland, March 5, 1869. 

Secretary of the Navy — William Faxon, of Con- 
necticut (Assistant Secretary), ad interim, March 
4, 1869; Adolph E. Borie, of Pennsylvania, March 
5, 1869; entered upon duties March 9, 1869; George 
M. Robeson, of New Jersey, June 25, 1869. 

Secretary of the Interior — William T. Otto, of 
Indiana (Assistant Secretary), ad interim, March 4, 
1869; Jacob D. Cox, of Ohio, March 5, 1869; entered 
upon duties March 9, 1869; Columbus Delano, of 
Ohio, November 1, 1870. 



Second Administration of ULYSSES S. GRANT. 



MARCH 4, 1873, TO MARCH 3, 1877. 



President — Ulysses S. Grant, of Illinois. 

Vice President — Henry Wilson, of Massachusetts. 
(Died November 22, 1875.) 

President of the Senate pro tempore — Thomas W. 
Ferry, of Michigan. 

Secretary of State — Hamilton Fish, of New York, 
continued from last administration; Hamilton 
Fish, of New York, recom missioned March 17, 1873. 

Secretary of the Treasury — George S. Boutwell, 
of Massachusetts, continued from last administra- 
tion; William A. Richardson, of Massachusetts, 
March 17, 1873; Benjamin H. Bristow, of Ken- 
tucky, June 2, 1874; entered upon duties June 4, 
1874; Charles F. Conant, of New Hampshire (As- 
sistant Secretary), ad interim, June 21, 1876, to 



June 30, 1876; Lot M. Morrill, of Maine, June 21, 
1876; entered upon duties July 7, 1876. 

Secretary of War — William W. Belknap, of 
Iowa, continued from last administration; Wil- 
liam W. Belknap, of Iowa, recommissioned March 
17, 1873; George M. Robeson, of New Jersey (Sec- 
retary of the Navy), ad interim, March 2, 1876; 
Alphonso Taft, of Ohio, March 8, 1876; entered 
upon duties March 11, 1876; James D. Cameron, 
of Pennsylvania, May 22, 1876; entered upon 
duties June 1, 1876. 

Attorney General — George H. Williams, of Ore- 
gon, continued from last administration; George 
H. Williams, of Oregon, recommissioned March 
17, 1873; Edwards Pierrepont, of New York, April 



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26, 1875, to take effect May 15, 1875; Alphonso 
Taft, of Ohio, May 22, 1876; entered upon duties 
June 1, 1876. 

Postmaster General — John A. J. Creswell, of 
Maryland, continued from last administration; 
John A. J. Creswell, of Maryland, recommissioned 
March 17, 1873; James W. Marshall, of Virginia, 
July 3, 1874; entered upon duties July 7, 1874; 
Marshall Jewell, of Connecticut, August 24, 1874; 
entered upon duties September 1, 1874; James M. 
Tyner, of Indiana, July 12, 1876. 



Secretary of the Nary — George M. Robeson, of 
New Jersey, continued from last administration; 
George M. Robeson, of New Jersey, recommis- 
sioned March 17, 1873. 

Secretary of the Interior — Columbus Delano, of 
Ohio, continued from last administration; Colum- 
bus Delano, of Ohio, recommissioned March 17 
1873; Benjamin R. Cowen, of Ohio (Assistant 
Secretary), ad interim, September 30, 1875; 
Zachariah Chandler, of Michigan, October 19, 
1875. 



Administration of RUTHERFORD B. HAYES. 



MARCH 4, 1877, TO MARCH 3, 1881. 



President — Rutherford B. Hayes, of Ohio. 

Vice President — William A. Wheeler, of New 
York. 

Secretary of State — Hamilton Fish, of New York, 
continued from last administration; William M. 
Evarts, of New York, March 12, 1877. 

Secretary of the Treasury — Lot M. Morrill, of 
Maine, continued from last administration; John 
Sherman, of Ohio, March 8, 1877; entered upon 
duties March 10, 1877. 

Secretary of War — James D. Cameron, of Penn- 
sylvania, continued from last administration; 
George W. McCrary, of Iowa, March 12, 1877; 
Alexander Ramsey, of Minnesota, December 10, 
1879; entered upon duties December 12, 1879. 

Attorney General — Alphonso Taft, of Ohio, con- 
tinued from last administration; Charles Devens, 
of Massachusetts, March 12, 1877. 



Postmaster General — James M. Tyner, of Indi- 
ana, continued from last administration; David 
M. Key, of Tennessee, March 12, 1877; resigned 
June 1, 1880; Horace Maynard, of Tennessee, June 
2, 1880; entered upon duties August 25, 1880. 

Secretary of the Navy — George M. Robeson, of 
New Jersey, continued from last administration; 
Richard W. Thompson, of Indiana, March 12, 
1877; Alexander Ramsey, of Minnesota (Secretary 
of War), ad interim, December 21, 1880; Nathan 
Goff, jr., of West Virginia, January 6, 1881. 

Secretary of the Interior — Zachariah Chandler, 
of Michigan, continued from last administration; 
Carl Schurz, of Missouri, March 12, 1877. 



Administration of JAMES A. GARFIELD. 



MARCH 4, 1881, TO SEPTEMBER 19, 1881. 



President — -James A. Garfield, of Ohio. (Died 
September 19, 1881.) 

Vice President — Chester A. Arthur, of New 
York. 

Secretary of State — William M. Evarts, of New 
York, continued from last administration; James 
G. Blaine, of Maine, March 5, 1881; entered upon 
duties March 7, 1881. 

Secretary of the Treasury — Henry F. French, of 
Massachusetts (Assistant Secretary), ad interim, 
March 4, 1881; William Windom, of Minnesota, 
March 5, 1881; entered upon duties March 8, 1881. 

Secretary of War — Alexander Ramsey, of Min- 
nesota, continued from last administration; Robert 
T. Lincoln, of Illinois, March 5, 1881; entered 
upon duties March 11, 1881. 



Attorney General — Charles Devens of Massachu 
setts, continued from last administration; Wayne 
MacVeagh, of Pennsylvania, March 5, 1881; entered 
upon duties March 7, 1881. 

Postmaster General — Horace Maynard, of Ten- 
nessee, continued from last administration; 
Thomas L. James, of New York, March 5, 1881; 
entered upon duties March 8, 1881. 

Secretary of the Navy— Nathan Goff, jr., of West 
Virginia, continued from last administration; 
William H. Hunt, of Louisiana, March 5, 1881; 
entered upon duties March 7, 1881. 

Secretary of the Interior — Carl Schurz, of Mis- 
souri, continued from last administration; Samuel 
J. Kirkwood, of Iowa, March 5, 1881; entered upon 
duties March 8, 1881. 



Administration of CHESTER A. ARTHUR. 

SEPTEMBER 20, 1881, TO MARCH 3, 1885. 



President — Chester A. Arthur, of New York. 

President of the Senate pro tempore. — Thomas F. 
Bayard, of Delaware; David Davis, of Illinois; 
George F. Edmunds, of Vermont. 

Secretary of State — James G. Blaine, of Maine, 
continued from Garfield's administration; Fred- 
erick T. Frelinghuysen, of New Jersey, December 
12, 1881; entered upon duties December 19, 1881. 

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Secretary of the Treasury — William Windom, of 
Minnesota, continued from Garfield's administra- 
tion; Charles J. Folder, of New York, October 27, 
1881; entered upon duties November 14, 1881 (died 
September 4, 1884); Charles E. Coon, of New York 
(Assistant Secretary), ad interim, September 4, 
1884; Henry F. French, of Massachusetts (Assistant 
Secretary), ad interim, September 8, 1884; Charles 



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E. Coon, of New York (Assistant Secretary), ad 
interim, September 15, 1884; Walter Q. Gresham, 
of Indiana, September 24, 1884; Henry F. French, 
of Massachusetts (Assistant Secretary), ad interim, 
October 29, 1884; Hugh McCulloch, of Indiana, 
October 28, 1884; entered upon duties October 31, 
1884. 

Secretary of War — Robert T. Lincoln, of Illi- 
nois, continued from Garfield's administration. 

Attorney General — Wayne MacVeagh, of Penn- 
sylvania, continued from Garfield's administra- 
tion; Samuel F. Phillips, of North Carolina 
(Solicitor General), ad interim, November 12, 
1881; Benjamin H. Brewster, of Pennsylvania, 
December 19, 1881; entered upon duties January 
3, 1S82. 

Postmaster General — Thomas L. James, of New 
York, continued from Garfield's administration; 
Thomas L. James, of New York, recommissioned 



October 27, 1881 ; Timothy O. Howe, of Wisconsin, 
December 20, 1881; entered upon duties January 
5, 1882 (died March 25, 1883); Frank Hatton, of 
Iowa (First Assistant Postmaster General), ad in- 
terim, March 26, 1883; Walter Q. Gresham, of Indi- 
ana, April 3, 1883; entered upon duties April 11, 
1883; Frank Hatton, of Iowa (First Assistant Post- 
master General), ad interim, September 25, 1884; 
Frank Hatton, of Iowa, October 14, 1884. 

Secretary of the Navy. — William H. Hunt, of 
Louisiana, continued from Garfield's administra- 
tion; William E. Chandler, of New Hampshire, 
April 12, 1882; entered upon duties April 17, 
1882. 

Secretary of the Interior — Samuel J. Kirkwood, 
of Iowa, continued from Garfield's administra- 
tion; Henry M. Teller, of Colorado, April 6, 1882; 
entered upon duties April 17, 1882. 



First Administration of GROVER CLEVELAND. 



MARCH 4, 1885, TO MARCH 3, 1889. 



President — Grover Cleveland, of New York. 

Vice President. — Thomas A. Hendricks, of Indi- 
ana. (Died November 25, 1885.) 

President of the Senate pro tempore — John Sher- 
man, of Ohio; John J. Ingalls, of Kansas. 

Secretary of State — Frederick T. Frelinghuysen, 
of New Jersey; continued from last administration; 
Thomas F. Bayard, of Delaware, March 6, 1885. 

Secretary of the Treasury — Hugh McCulloch, of 
Indiana; continued from last administration; 
Daniel Manning, of New York, March 6, 1885; 
entered upon duties March 8, 1885; Charles S. 
Fairchild, of New York, April 1, 1887. 

Secretary of War — Robert T. Lincoln, of Illinois; 
continued from last administration; William C. 
Endicott, of Massachusetts, March 6, 1885. 

Attorney General — Benjamin H. Brewster, of 
Pennsylvania, continued from last administra- 



tion; Augustus H. Garland, of Arkansas, March 
6, 1885; entered upon duties March 9, 1885. 

Postmaster General — Frank Hatton, of Iowa, 
continued from last administration; William F. 
Vilas, of Wisconsin, March 6, 1885; Don M. Dick- 
inson, of Michigan, January 16, 1888. 

Secretary of the Navy — William E. Chandler, of 
New Hampshire, continued from last administra- 
tion; William C. Whitney, of New York, March 
6, 1885. 

Secretary of the Interior — Merritt L. Joslyn, of 
Illinois (Assistant Secretary), ad interim, March 4, 
1885; Lucius Q. C. Lamar, of Mississippi, March 6, 
1885; Henry L. Muldrow, of Mississippi (First As- 
sistant Secretary), ad interim, January 10, 1888; 
William F. Vilas, of Wisconsin, January 16, 1888. 

Secretary^ of Agriculture — Norman J. Colman, 
of Missouri, February 13, 1889. 



Administration of BENJAMIN HARRISON. 

MARCH 4, 1889, TO MARCH 3, 1893. 



President — Benjamin Harrison, of Indiana. 

Vice President — Levi P. Morton, of New York. 

Secretary of State — Thomas F. Bayard, of Dela- 
ware, continued from last administration ; James G. 
Blaine, of Maine, March 5, 1889; entered upon 
duties March 7, 1889; William F. Wharton^ of 
Massachusetts (Assistant Secretary) ; ad interim, 
June 4, 1892; John W. Foster, of Indiana, June 29, 
1892; William F. Wharton, of Massachusetts 
(Assistant Secretary), ad interim, February 23, 
1893. 

Secretary of the Treasury — Charles S. Fan-child, 
of New York, continued from last administration; 
William Windom ; of Minnesota, March 5, 1889; 
entered upon duties March 7, 1889; (died January 
29, 1891); Allured B. Nettleton, of Minnesota (As- 
sistant Secretary), ad interim, January 30, 1891; 
Charles Foster, of Ohio, February 24, 1891. 

Secretary of War — William C. Endicott, of Mas- 
sachusetts continued from last administration ; 
Redfield Proctor, of Vermont, March 5, 1889; 



Lewis A. Grant, of Minnesota (Assistant Secre- 
tary), ad interim, December 6, 1891; Stephen B. 
Elkins, of West Virginia, December 22, 1891; 
entered upon duties December 24, 1891. 

Attorney General — Augustus H. Garland, of Ar- 
kansas, continued from last administration; Wil- 
liam H. H. Miller, of Indiana, March 5, 1889. 

Postmaster General — Don M. Dickinson, of Mich- 
igan, continued from last administration; John 
Wanamaker, of Pennsylvania, March 5, 1889. 

Secretary of the Navy — William C. Whitney, of 
New York, continued from last administration; 
Benjamin F. Tracy, of New York, March 5, 1889. 

Secretary of the Interior — William F. Vilas, of 
Wisconsin, continued from last administration; 
John W. Noble, of Missouri, March 5, 1889; entered 
upon duties March 7, 1889. 

Secretary of Agriculture — Norman J. Colman, 
of Missouri, continued from last administration; 
Jeremiah M. Rusk, of Wisconsin, March 5, 1889; 
entered upon duties March 7, 1889. 



EXECUTIVE OFFICERS, 1789-1911. 
Second Administration of GROVER CLEVELAND. 



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MARCH 4, 1893, TO MARCH 3, 1897. 



President — Grover Cleveland, of New York. 

Vice President — Adlai E. Stevenson, of Illinois. 

Secretary of State — William F. Wharton, of 
Massachusetts (Assistant Secretary), ad interim, 
continued from last administration; Walter Q. 
Gresham, of Illinois, March 6, 1893 (died May 28, 
1895); Edwin F. Uhl, of Michigan (Assistant Secre- 
tary), ad interim, May 28, 1895; Alvey A. Adee, of 
the District of Columbia (Second Assistant Secre- 
tary), ad interim, May 31, 1895; Edwin F. Uhl, of 
Michigan (Assistant Secretary), ad interim, June 1, 
1895; Richard Olney, of Massachusetts, June 8, 
1895; entered upon duties June 10, 1895. 

Secretary of the Treasury — Charles Foster, of 
Ohio, continued from last administration; John G. 
Carlisle, of Kentucky, March 6, 1893. 

Secretary of War — Stephen B. Elkins, of West 
Virginia, continued from last administration; 
Daniel S. Lamont, of New York, March 6, 1893. 

Attorney General — William H. H. Miller, of 
Indiana, continued from last administration; 



Richard Olney, of Massachusetts, March 6, 1893; 
Judson Harmon, of Ohio, June 8, 1895; entered 
upon duties June 11, 1895. 

Postmaster General — John Wanamaker, of Penn- 
sylvania, continued from last administration; 
Wilson S. Biseell, of New York, March 6, 1893; 
William L. Wilson, of West Virginia, March 1, 1895; 
entered upon duties April 4, 1895. 

Secretary of the Navy — Benjamin F. Tracy, of 
New York, continued from last administration; 
Hilary A. Herbert, of Alabama, March 6, 1893. 

Secretary of the Interior — John W. Noble, of 
Missouri, continued from last administration; 
Hoke Smith, of Georgia, March 6, 1893; John M. 
Reynolds, of Pennsylvania (Assistant Secretary), 
ad interim, September 1, 1896; David R. Francis, 
of Missouri, September 1, 1896; entered upon duties 
September 4, 1896. 

Secretary of Agriculture — Jeremiah M. Rusk, of 
Wisconsin, continued from last administration; 
Julius Sterling Morton, of Nebraska, March 6, 1893. 



First Administration of WILLIAM McKINLEY. 



MARCH 4, 1897, TO MARCH 3, 1901. 



President — William McKinley, of Ohio. 
Vice President — Garret A. Hobart, of New 
Jersey. (Died November 21, 1899.) 

President of the Senate pro tempore — William P. 
Frye, of Maine. 

Secretary of State — Richard Olney, of Massachu- 
setts, continued frofn last administration; John 
Sherman, of Ohio, March 5, 1897; William R. 
Day, of Ohio, April 26, 1898; entered upon duties 
April 28, 1898; Alvey A. Adee (Second Assistant 
Secretary), ad interim, September 17, 1898; John 
Hay, of the District of Columbia, September 20, 
1898; entered upon duties September 30, 1898. 

Secretary of the Treasury — John G. Carlisle, of 
Kentucky, continued from last administration; 
Lyman J. Gage, of Illinois, March 5, 1897. 

Secretary of War — Daniel S. Lamont, of New 
York, continued from last administration; Russell 
A. Alger, of Michigan, March 5, 1897; Elihu Root, 
of New York, August 1, 1899. 

Attorney General — Judson Harmon, of Ohio, 
continued from last administration; Joseph 



McKenna, of California, March 5, 1897; entered 
upon duties March 7. 1S97; John K. Richards, of 
Ohio (Solicitor General), ad interim, January 25, 
1898; John W. Griggs, of New Jersey, January 25, 
1898; entered upon duties February 1, 1898. 

Postmaster General — William L. Wilson, of West 
Virginia, continued from last administration; 
James A. Gary, of Maryland, March 5, 1897; 
Charles Emory Smith, of Pennsvlvania, April 21, 
1898. 

Secretary of the Navy — Hilary A. Herbert, of 
Alabama, continued hum last administration; 
John D. Lontr, of Massachusetts, March 5, 1897. 

Secretary of the Interior — David R. Francis, of 
Missouri, continued from last administration; 
Cornelius N. Bliss, of New York, March 5, 1897; 
Ethan A. Hitchcock, of Missouri, December 21, 
1898; entered upon duties February 20, 1899. 

Secretary of Agriculture — Julius Sterling Morton, 
of Nebraska, continued from last administration; 
James Wilson, of Iowa, March 5, 1897. 



Second Administration of WILLIAM M'KINLEY. 



MARCH 4, 1901, TO SEPTEMBER 14, 1901. 



President — William McKinley, of Ohio. (Died 
September 14, 1901.) 

Vice President — Theodore Roosevelt, of New 
York. 

Secretary of State — John Hay, of the District of 
Columbia, continued from last administration. 
John Hay, of the District of Columbia; recom- 
missioned March 5, 1901. 

Secretary of the Treasury — Lyman J. Gage, of 
Illinois, continued from last administration. 
Lyman J. Gage, of Illinois; recommissioned March 
5, 1901. 



Secretary of War — Elihu Root, of New York, 
continued from last administration . Elihu Root, 
of New York; recommissioned March 5, 1901. 

Attorney General — John W. Griggs, of New Jer- 
sey, continued from last administration. John 
W. Griggs, of New Jersey; recommissioned March 
5, 1901. John K. Richards, of Ohio (Solicitor 
General), ad interim, April 1, 1901. Philander 
C. Knox, of Pennsylvania, April 5, 1901; entered 
upon duties April 9, 1901. . 

Postmaster General — Charles Emory Smith, of 
Pennsylvania, continued from last administra- 



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tion. Charles Emory Smith, of Pennsylvania; 
recommissioned March 5, 1901. 

Secretary of the Navy — John D. Long, of Massa- 
chusetts, continued from last administration. 
John D. Long, of Massachusetts; recommissioned 
March 5, 1901. 

Secretary of the Interior — Ethan A. Hitchcock, of 
Missouri, continued from last administration. 



Ethan A. Hitchcock, of Missouri; recommissioned 
March 5, 1901. 

Secretary of Agriculture — James Wilson, of Iowa, 
continued from last administration. James Wil- 
son, of Iowa; recommissioned March 5, 1901. 



First Administration of THEODORE ROOSEVELT. 



SEPTEMBER 14, 1901, TO MARCH 3, 1905. 



President — Theodore Roosevelt, of New York. 

President of the Senate pro tempore — William P. 
Feye, of Maine. 

Secretary of State — John Hay, of the District of 
Columbia; continued from McKinley's adminis- 
tration. 

Secretary of the Treasury. — Lyman J. Gage, of 
Illinois, continued from McKinley's administra- 
tion. Leslie M. Shaw, of Iowa, January 9, 1902; 
entered upon duties February 1, 1902. 

Secretary of War — Elihu Root, of New York, 
continued from McKinley's administration. Wil- 
liam II. Taft, of Ohio, January 11, 1904, to take 
effect February 1, 1904. 

Attorney General — Philander C. Knox, of Penn- 
sylvania, continued from McKinley's administra- 
tion ; recommissioned December 16, 1901 . William 
H. Moody, of Massachusetts, July 1, 1904. 



Postmaster General — Charles Emory Smith, of 
Pennsylvania; continued from McKinley's admin- 
istration. Henry C. Payne, of Wisconsin, January 
9, 1902. Robert J. Wynne, of Pennsylvania, 
October 10, 1904. 

Secretary of the Navy. — John D. Long, of Massa- 
chusetts, continued from McKinley's administra- 
tion. William H. Moody, of Massachusetts, April 
29, 1902; entered upon duties May 1, 1902. Paul 
Morton, of Illinois, July 1, 1904. 

Secretary of the Interior — Ethan A. Hitchcock, 
of Missouri, continued from McKinley's adminis- 
tration. 

Secretary of Agriculture — James Wilson, of Iowa, 
continued from McKinley's administration. 

Secretary of Commerce and Labor — George B. 
Cortelyou, of New York, February 16, 1903. Vic- 
tor H. Metcalf, of California, July 1, 1904. 



Second Administration of THEODORE ROOSEVELT. 



MARCH 4, 1905, TO MARCH 3, 1909. 



President — Theodore Roosevelt, of New York. 

Vice President — Charles Warren Fairbanks, 
of Indiana. 

President of the Senate pro tempore — William P. 
Frye, of Maine. 

Secretary of State — John Hay, of the District of 
Columbia, continued from last administration. 
John Hay, of the District of Columbia; recom- 
missioned March 6, 1905. Died July 1, 1905. 
Francis B. Loomis, of Ohio (Assistant Secretary) 
ad interim July 1, 1905, to July 18, 1905. Elihu 
Root, of New York, July 7, 1905, entered upon 
duties July 19, 1905. Robert Bacon, of New York, 
January 27, 1909; entered upon duties January 
27, 1909. 

Secretary of the Treasury — Leslie M. Shaw, of 
Iowa, continued from last administration. Leslie 
M. Shaw, of Iowa; recommissioned March 6, 1905. 
George B. Cortelyou, of New York, January 15, 
1907, to take effect March 4, 1907. 

Secretary of War— William H. Taft, of Ohio, 
continued from last administration. William H. 
Taft, of Ohio; recommissioned March 6, 1905. 
Luke E. Wright, of Tennessee, June 29, 1908. 

Attorney General — William H. Moody, of Massa- 
chusetts, continued from last administration. 
William H. Moody, of Massachusetts; recom- 



missioned March 6, 1905. Charles J. Bonaparte, of 
Maryland, December 12, 1906. 

Postmaster General — Robert J. Wynne, of Penn- 
sylvania, continued from last administration. 
George B. Cortelyou, of New York, March 6, 
1905. George von L. Meyer, of Massachusetts, 
January 15, 1907, to take effect March 4, 1907. 

Secretary of the Navy — Paul Morton, of Illinois, 
continued from last administration. Paul Morton, 
of Illinois, recommissioned March 6, 1905. Charles 
J. Bonaparte, of Maryland, July 1, 1905. Victor H. 
Metcalf, of California, December 12, 1906; Truman 
H. Newberry, of Michigan, December 1, 1908. 

Secretary of the Interior — Ethan A. Hitchcock, of 
Missouri, continued from last administration. 
Ethan A. Hitchcock, of Missouri, recommissioned 
March 6, 1905. James R. Garfield, of Ohio, Janu- 
ary 15, 1907, to take effect March 4, 1907. 

Secretary of Agriculture — James Wilson, of Iowa, 
continued from last administration. James Wil- 
son, of Iowa, recommissioned March 6, 1905. 

Secretary of Commerce and Labor — Victor H. Met- 
calf, of California, continued from last administra- 
tion. Victor H. Metcalf, of California; recommis- 
sioned March 6, 1905. Oscar S. Straus, of New 
York, December 12, 1906; entered upon duties 
December 17, 1901 



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Administration of WILLIAM H. TAFT. 



MARCH 4, 1909, TO MARCH 4, 1913. 



President — William H. Tapt, of Ohio. 
Vice President — James S. Sherman, of New 
York. (Died October 30, 1912.) 

President of the Senate pro tempore — William P. 
Frye, of Maine. Resigned April 27, 1911. Jacob 
H. Gallinger, of New Hampshire, and Augustus 
O. Bacon, of Georgia, alternating. 

Secretary of State — Robert Bacon, of New York, 
continued from last administration. Philander 
C. Knox, of Pennsylvania, March 5, 1909. 

Secretary of the Treasury — George B. Cortelyou, 
of New York, continued from last administration. 
Franklin MacVeagh, of Illinois, March 5, 1909. 

Secretary of War — Luke E. Wright, of Tennessee, 
continued from last administration. Jacob McG. 
Dickinson, of Tennessee, March 5, 1909. Henry 
L. Stimson, of New York, May 16, 1911. 

Attorney General — Charles J. Bonaparte, of Mary- 
land, continued from last administration. George 
W. Wickersham, of New York, March 5, 1909. 



Postmaster General. — George von L. Meyer; of 
Massachusetts, continued from last administration. 
Frank H. Hitchcock, of Massachusetts, March 5, 
1909. 

Secretary of the Navy — Truman H. Newberry, of 
Michigan, continued from last administration. 
George von L. Meyer, of Massachusetts, March 5, 
1909. 

Secretary of the Interior — James R. Garfield, of 
Ohio, continued from lastadministration. Richard 
A. Ballinger, of Washington, March 5, 1909; 
Walter Lowrie Fisher, of Illinois, March 7, 1911. 

Secretary of Agriculture — James Wilson, of Iowa, 
continued from last administration. James Wil- 
son, of Iowa, recommissioned March 5, 1909. 

Secretary of Commerce and Labor — Oscar S. 
Straus, of New York, continued from last admin- 
istration. Charles Nagel, of Missouri, March 5, 
1909. 



THE CONTINENTAL CONGRESS. 



THE CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES. 

I-LXII. 



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THE CONTINENTAL CONGRESS. 



PLACE AND TIME OF SESSIONS. 

Philadelphia, Pa from September 5, 1774, to October 26, 1774 

Philadelphia, Pa from May 10, 1775, to December 12, 1776 

Baltimore, Md from December 20, 1776, to March 4, 1777 

Philadelphia, Pa from March 4, 1777, to September 18, 1777 

Lancaster, Pa from September 27, 1777, to September 27, 1777 

York, Pa from September 30, 1777, to June 27, 1778 

Philadelphia, Pa . . . from July 2, 1778, to June 21, 1783 

Princeton, N.J from June 30, 1783, to November 4, 1783 

Annapolis, Md from November 26, 1783, to June 3, 1784 

Trenton, N.J from November 1, 1784, to December 24, 1784 

New York City from January 11, 1785, to November 4, 1785 

New York City from November 7, 1785, to November 3, 1786 

New York City from November 6, 1786, to October 30, 1787 

New York City from November 5, 1787, to October 21, 1788 



PRESIDENTS OF THE CONGRESS. 



Peyton Randolph, of Virginia elected 

Henry Middleton, of South Carolina elected 

Peyton Randolph, 1 of Virginia elected 

John Hancock, of Massachusetts elected 

Henry Laurens, of South Carolina elected 

John Jay, of New York elected 

Samuel Huntington, of Connecticut elected 

Thomas McKean, of Delaware elected 

John Hanson, of Maryland elected 

Elias Boudinot, of New Jersey elected 

Thomas Mifflin, of Pennsylvania elected 

Richard Henry Lee, of Virginia elected 

John Hancock, 2 of Massachusetts elected 

Nathaniel Gorham, of Massachusetts elected 

Arthur St. Clair, of Pennsylvania , elected 

Cyrus Griffin, of Virginia elected 



September 5, 1774 
October 22, 1774 
May 10, 1775 
May 24, 1775 
November 1, 1777 
December 10, 1778 
September 28, 1779 
July 10, 1781 
November 5, 1781 
November 4, 1782 
November 3, 1783 
November 30, 1784 
November 23, 17S5 
June 6, 1786 
February 2, 1787 
January 22, 1788 



SECRETARY OF THE CONGRESS. 
Charles Thomson, of Pennsylvania elected September 5, 1774 



DELEGATES IN THE CONGRESS. 



CONNECTICUT. 



Andrew Adams 1777-1780 

Andrew Adams 1781-1782 

Josiah P. Cook 1784-1788 

Silas Deane 1774-1776 

Eliphalet Dyer 1774-1779 

Eliphalet Dyer 1780-1783 

Pierrepont Edwards. . .1787-1788 

Oliver Ellsworth 1777-1784 

William Hillhouse 1783-1786 

Titus Hosmer 1775-1776 

Titus Hosmer 1777-1779 

Benjamin Huntington . 1780-1784 
' Died October 22, 1775. 



Benjamin Huntington . 1787-1788 
Samuel Huntington. . .1776-1784 
William S. Johnson. . . 1784-1787 

Richard Law 1778-1778 

Richard Law 1783-1784 

Stephen M. Mitchell.. .1781-1784 
Stephen M. Mitchell... 1785-1 786 
Stephen M. Mitchell. . . 1787-1788 

Jesse Root 1778-1783 

Roger Sherman 1774-1784 

Joseph Spencer 1778-1779 

Jedediah Strong 1782-1784 

2 Resigned May 29, 1786, never having served, owing to continued illness. 



Jonathan Sturges 1774-1787 

John Treadwell 1785-1786 

Joseph Trumbull 1774-1775 

James Wadsworth 1783-1784 

James Wadsworth 1785-1786 

Jeremiah Wadsworth. .1787-1788 

William Williams 1776-1778 

William Williams 1783-1784 

Oliver Wolcott 1775-1778 

Oliver Wolcott 1780-1784 



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DELAWARE. 



Gunning Bedford 1783-1785 

Gunning Bedford, jr... 1785-1786 

John Dickinson 1776-1777 

John Dickinson 1779-1780 

Philemon Dickinson... 1782-1 783 

John Evans 1776-1777 

Dyre Kearney 1786-1788 

Eleazer McComb 1782-1784 



Nathaniel Mitchell . . . 1786-1788 

Thomas McKean 1774-1776 

Thomas McKean 1778-1783 

John Patton 1785-1786 

William Peevy 1785-1786 

George Bead 1774-1777 

Caesar Rodney 1774-1776 

Csesar Rodney 1777-1778 



Csesar Rodney 1782-1784 

Thomas Rodney 1781-1783 

Thomas Rodney 1785-1787 

James Sykes 1777-1778 

James Tilton 1783-1785 

Nicholas Van Dyke.... 1777-1782 

John Vining 1784-1786 

Samuel Wharton 1782-1783 



GEORGIA. 



Abraham Baldwin 1785-1788 

Nathan Brownson 1776-1778 

Archibald Bullock 1775-1776 

Joseph Clay 1778-1780 

William Few 1780-1782 

William Few 1785-1788 

William Gibbons 1784-1786 

Button Gwinnett 1776-1777 



John Habersham 1785-1786 

Lyman Hall 1775-1779 

John Houstoun 1775-1777 

William Houstoun 1784-1787 

Richard Howley 1780-1781 

Noble Wimberly Jones. 1775-1776 
Noble Wimberly Jones. 1781-1783 
Edward Langworthy. .1777-1779 



William Pierce 1786-1787 

Edward Telfair 1777-1779 

Edward Telfair 1780-1783 

George Walton 1776-1779 

George Walton 1780-1781 

Joseph Wood 1777-1779 

John J. Zubly 1775-1776 



Robert Alexander 1775-1777 

William Carmichael. . .1778-1780 

Charles Carroll 1776-1778 

Daniel Carroll 1780-1784 

Jeremiah T. Chase 1783-1784 

Samuel Chase 1774-1778 

Samuel Chase 1784-1785 

Benjamin Con tee 1787-1788 

James Forbes " 1778-1780 

Uriah Forrest 1786-1787 

Robert Goldsborough. .1774-1775 

John Hall 1775-1776 

John Hall 1783-1784 

John Hanson 1780-1783 



MARYLAND. 

William Harrison 1785-1787 

William Hemslay 1782-1784 

John Henry 1778-1781 

John Henry 1784-1787 

William Hindman 1784-1787 

John E. Howard 1787-1788 

D. Jenifer of St.Thomas 1778-1782 

Thomas Johnson 1774-1777 

Thomas Sim Lee 1783-1784 

Edward Lloyd 1783-1784 

Luther Martin 1784-1785 

James McHenry 1783-1786 

William Paca 1774-1779 

George Plater 1778-1781 



Richard Potts 1781-1782 

Nathaniel Ramsay 1785-1787 

Richard Ridgely 1785-1786 

John Rogers 1775-1776 

David Ross 1786-1787 

Benjamin Rumsey 1776-177S 

Gustavus Scott 1784-1785 

Joshua Seney 1787-1788 

William Smith 1777-1778 

Thomas Stone: 1775-1779 

Thomas Stone 1784-1785 

Matthew Tilghman. . . . 1774-1777 
Turbett Wright 1781-1782 



John Adams 1774-1778 

Samuel Adams 1774-1782 

Thomas Cushing 1774-1776 

Francis Dana 1776-1778 

Francis Dana 1784-1784 

Nathan Dane 1785-1788 

Elbridge Gerry 1776-1781 

Elbridge Gerry 1782-1785 

Nathaniel Gorham 1782-1783 

Nathaniel Gorham 1785-1787 



MASSACHUSETTS. 

John Hancock 1775-1780 

John Hancock 1785-1786 

Stephen Higginson..... 1782-1783 

Samuel Holton 1778-1780 

Samuel Holton 1782-1783 

Samuel Holton 1784-1785 

Samuel Holton 1786-1787 

Jonathan Jackson 1782-1782 

Rufus King 1784-1787 

James Lovell 1776-1782 



John Lowell 1782-1783 

Samuel Osgood 1780-1784 

Samuel A. Otis 1787-1788 

Robert Treat Paine. . . 1774-1778 

George Partridge 1779-1782 

George Partridge 1783-1785 

Theodore Sedgwick.. . .1785-1788 

James Sullivan 1782-1782 

George Thacher 1787-1787 

Arteinas Ward 1780-1781 



Josiah Bartlett 1775-1779 

Jonathan Blanchard. . .1783-1784 

Nathaniel Folsom 1774-1775 

Nathaniel Folsom 1777-1778 

Nathaniel Folsom 1779-1780 

Abiel Foster 1783-1785 

George Frost 1777-1779 

John Taylor Oilman. . .1782-1783 



NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

Nicholas Gilman 1786-1788 

John Langdon 1775-1777 

John Langdon 1786-1757 

Woodbury Langdon... .1779-1780 

Samuel Livermore 1780-1783 

Samuel Livermore 1785-1786 

Pierce Long 1784-1786 

Nathaniel Peabody. . . . 1779-1780 
i Died March 25, 1780. 



John Sullivan 1774-1775 

John Sullivan 1780-1781 

Matthew Thornton 1776-1778 

John Wentworth, jr... .1778-1779 

William Whipple 1776-1779 

Phillips White 1782-1783 

Paine Wingate 1787-1788 



THE CONTINENTAL CONGRESS. 



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NEW JERSEY. 



John Beatty 1783-1785 

Elias Boudinot 1777-1778 

Elias Boudinot 1781-1784 

William Burnett 1780-1781 

Lambert Cad wallader.. 1784-1787 

Abraham Clark 1776-1782 

Abraham Clark 1787-1788 

Silas Condit 1781-1784 

John Cooper 1776-1776 

Stephen Crane 1774-1776 

Eliaa Dayton 1787-1788 

Samuel Dick 1783-1784 



Jonathan Elmer 1776-1778 

Jonathan Elmer 1781-1784 

Jonathan Elmer 1787-1788 

John Fell 1778-1780 

Fred'k Frelinghuysen . 1778-1779 
Fred'k Frelinghuysen. 1782-1783 

Thomas Henderson 1779-1780 

John Hart 1774-1776 

Francis Hopkinson 1776-1777 

Josiah Hornblower 1785-1786 

William C. Houston. . .1779-1782 
William C. Houston. . .1784-1785 



James Kinsey 1774-1775 

William Livingston. . .1774-1776 

John Neilson 1778-1779 

James Scheurman 1786-1787 

Nathaniel Scudder 1777-1779 

Jonathan D. Sergeant.. 1776-1777 

Richard Smith 1774-1776 

John Stevens 1784-1784 

Archibald Stewart 1784-1785 

Richard Stockton 1776-1777 

John C. Symmea 1785-1786 

John Witherspoon 1776-1783 



NEW YORK. 



John Alsop 1774-1776 

Egbert Benson 1784-1785 

Egbert Benson 1786-1788 

Simon Boerum 1774-1777 

George Clinton 1775-1777 

Charles DeWitt 1783-1785 

James Duane 1774-1784 

William Duer 1777-1778 

William Flovd 1774-1777 

William Floyd 1778-1783 

Leonard Gansevoort.... 1787-1788 
Alexander Hamilton... 1782-1783 
Alexander Hamilton... 1787-1788 
John Haring 1774-1775 



John Haring 1785-1788 

John Jay 1774-1777 

John Jay 1778-1779 

John Lansing 1784-1788 

John Laurance 1785-1786 

Francis Lewis 1774-1779 

Philip Livingston 1774-1778 

Robert R. Livingston. .1775-1777 
Robert R. Livingston. . 1779-1781 

Walter Livingston 1784-1785 

Isaac Low 1774-1775 

Ezra L'Hommedieu. . .1779-1783 
Ezra L'Hommedieu . . .1787-1788 
Gouverneur Morris 1777-1780 



Lewis Morris 1775-1777 

Alexander McDougall . 1781-1782 
Alexander McDougall. 1784-1785 

Ephraim Paine 1784-1785 

Zephaniah Piatt 1784-1786 

Philip Schuyler 1775-1777 

Philip Schuyler 1778-1781 

John Morin Scott 1780-1783 

Melancthon Smith 1785-1788 

Henry Wisner 1774-1776 

Abraham Yates, jr 1787-1788 

Peter W. Yates 1785-1787 



NORTH CAROLINA. 



John B. Ashe 1787-1788 

Timothy Bloodworth. .1786-1787 

William Blount 1782-1783 

William Blount 1786-1787 

Thomas Burke 1777-1781 

Robert Bui-ton 1787-1788 

Richard Caswell 1774-1776 

William Cumming 1784-1784 

Cornelius Harnett 1777-1780 

Benjamin Hawkins 1781-1784 



Benjamin Hawkins 1786-1787 | 

Joseph Hewes 1774-1777 

Joseph Hewes 1 1779-1779 

WhitmilHill 1778-1781 

William Hooper 1774-1777 

Samuel Johnston 1780-1782 

Allen Jones 1779-1780 

Willie Jones 1780-1781 

Abner Nash 1782-1784 

Abner Nash 2 1785-1786 



John Penn 177.5-1776 

John Penn 1777-1780 

John Sitgreaves 1784-1785 

William Sharpe 1779-1782 

Richard D. Spaight.... 1783-1785 

John Swan 1787-1788 

John Williams 1778-1779 

Hugh Williamson 1782-1785 

Hugh Williamson 1787-1788 

Alexander White 1786-1788 



PENNSYLVANIA. 



Andrew Allen 1775-1776 

John Armstrong 1778-1780 

John Armstrong 1787-1788 

Samuel Atlee 1778-1782 

John Bayard 1785-1787 

Edward Biddle 1774-1776 

Edward Biddle 1778-1779 

William Bingham 1787-1788 

Matthew Clarkson 1785-1786 

William Clingan 1777-1779 

George Clymer 1776-1778 

George Clymer 1780-1783 

Tench Coxe 1787-1788 

John Dickinson 1774-1776 

Thomas Fitzsimmons. .1782-1783 

Benjamin Franklin 1775-1776 

Joseph Galloway 1774-1775 

Joseph Gardner 1784-1785 



Edward Hand 1784-1785 

William Henry 1784-1786 

Charles Humphreys. . .1774-1776 

Jared Ingersoll 1780-1781 

William Irvine 1786-1788 

David Jackson 1785-1786 

Timothy Matlack 1780-1781 

James McClene 1779-1780 

Samuel Meredith 1787-1788 

Thomas Mifflin 1774-1776 

Thomas Mifflin 1782-1784 

Charles Morris 1783-1784 

Robert Morris 1776-1778 

Joseph Montgomery. . .1780-1784 

John Morton 1774-1777 

Fred'k A. Muhlenberg. 1778-1780 

Richard Peters 1782-1783 

Charles Pettit 1785-1787 



James Read 1787-1788 

Joseph Reed 1777-1778 

Samuel Rhodes 1774-1775 

Daniel Roberdeau 1777-1779 

George Ross 1774-1777 

Benjamin Rush 1776-1777 

James Searle 1778-1780 

William Shippen 1778-1780 

James Smith 1776-1778 

Jonathan B. Smith 1777-1778 

Thomas Smith 1780-1782 

Arthur St. Clair 1785-1787 

George Taylor 1776-1777 

Thomas Willing 1775-1776 

James Willson 1775-1778 

James Willson 1782-1783 

James Willson 1785-1787 

Henry Wynkoop 1779-1783 



i Died November 10, 1779. 



' Died December 2, 1786. 



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Jonathan Arnold 1782-1784 

Peleg Arnold 1787-1789 

John Collins 1778-1783 

Ezekiel Cornell 1780-1783 

William Ellery 1776-1781 

William Ellery 1783-1785 



CONGKESSIOKAL DIEECTOKY. 

RHODE ISLAND. 

Jonathan J. Hazard.... 1787-1789 

Stephen Hopkins 1774-1780 

David Howell 1782-1785 

James Manning 1785-1786 

Henry Marchant 1777-1780 

Henry Marchant 1783-1784 



Nathan Miller 1785-1786 

Daniel Mowry 1780-1782 

James M. Varnum 1780-1782 

James M. Varnum 1786-1787 

Samuel Ward 1774-1776 



Thomas Bee 1780-1782 

Richard Beresford 1783-1785 

John Bull 1784-1787 

Pierce Butler 1787-1788 

William H. Drayton '..1778-1779 

Nicholas Eveleigh 1781-1782 

Christopher Gadsden. .1774-1776 

John L. Gervais 1782-1783 

Thomas Heyward, jr... 1776-1778 

Daniel Huger 1786-1788 

Richard Hutson 1778-1779 



SOUTH CAROLINA. 

Ralph Izard 1782-1783" 

John Kean 1785-1787 

Francis Kinloch 1780-1781 

Henry Laurens 1777-1780 

Thomas Lynch 1774-1776 

Thomas Lynch, jr 1776-1777 

John Matthews 1778-1782 

Arthur Middleton 1776-1778 

Arthur Middleton 1781-1783 

Henry Middleton 1774-1776 

Isaac Motte 1780-1782 



John Parker 1786-1788 

Charles Pinckney 1777-1778 

Charles Pinckney 1784-1787 

David Ramsay 1782-1784 

David Ramsay 1785-1786 

Jacob Read 1783-1785 

Edward Rutledge 1774-1777 

John Rutledge 1774-1777 

John Rutledge 1782-1783 

Paul Trapier 1777-1778 

Thomas T. Tucker 1787-1788 



Thomas Adams 1778-1780 

John Banister 1778-1779 

Richard Bland 1774-1775 

Theodoric Bland 1780-1783 

Carter Braxton 1776-1776 

John Brown 1787-1788 

Edward Carrington 1785-1786 

William Fitzhugh 1779-1780 

William Fleming 1779-1781 

William Grayson 1784-1787 

Cyrus Griffin 1778-1781 

Cyrus Griffin 1787-1788 

Samuel Hardy 3 1783-1785 

Benjamin Harrison 1774-1778 

i Died September 3,1779. 



VIRGINIA. 

John Harvie 1777-1779 

James Henry 1780-1781 

Patrick Henry 1774-1776 

Thomas Jefferson 1775-1776 

Thomas Jefferson 1783-1785 

Joseph Jones 1777-1778 

Joseph Jones 1780-1783 

Arthur Lee 1781-1784 

Francis Lightfoot Lee.. 1775-1780 

Henry Lee 1785-1788 

Richard Henry Lee.... 1774-1780 
Richard Henry Lee.... 1784-1 787 

James Madison, jr 1780-1783 

James Madison, jr 1786-1788 

2 Died October 22, 1775. 



James Mercer 1779-1780 

John F. Mercer 1782-1785 

James Monroe 1783-1786 

Thomas Nelson 1775-1777 

Thomas Nelson 1779-1780 

Mann Page 1777-1777 

Edmund Pendleton. ..1774-1775 
Edmund Randolph.... 1779-1782 

Peyton Randolph 2 1774-1775 

Merewether Smith 1778-1782 

George Washington 1774-1775 

George Wythe 1775-1777 



3 Died October 17, 1785. 



REPRESENTATIVES UNDER EACH APPORTIONMENT. 



States. 


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5 


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8 


8 


9 


9 


10 

1 










Arkansas 












1 


1 

2 


2 
2 


3 
3 


4 
4 
1 
4 
1 
2 
9 


5 

6 

1 

4 

1 

2 

10 

1 

20 

13 

11 

7 

11 

6 

4 

6 

12 

11 

5 

7 

14 

1 

3 

1 

2 

7 


6 

7 
2 

4 

1 

2 

11 

1 

22 

13 

11 

8 

11 

6 

4 

6 

13 

12 

7 

7 

15 

1 

6 

1 

2 

8 


7 

8 

3 

5 

1 

3 

11 

1 

25 

13 

11 

8 

11 

7 

4 

6 

14 

12 

9 

8 

16 

1 

6 

1 

2 

10 


7 
11 


California 












Colorado 














4 


Connecticut 


5 
1 


7 
1 


7 
1 


7 
2 


6 

1 


6 
1 


4 

1 
1 
8 


4 
1 

1 
8 


4 
1 
1 

7 


5 
1 

4 




Florida 


Georgia 


3 


2 


4 


6 


7 


9 


12 




2 


Illinois 








1 
1 


1 
3 


3 

7 


7 

10 

2 


9 
11 

2 


14 
11 
6 
1 
9 
5 
5 
5 
10 
6 
2 
5 
9 


• 19 

13 
9 
3 

10 
6 
5 
6 

11 
9 
3 
6 

13 


27 
13 
11 


Indiana 






























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Kentucky 




2 


6 


10 
1 
7 
9 

13 


12 
3 
7 
9 

13 


13 
3 

8 

8 

12 

1 


10 
4 
7 
6 

10 
3 


10 
4 
6 
6 

11 
4 
2 
5 
7 


11 


Louisiana 




3 


Maine 








4 


Maryland 


6 
8 


8 
14 


9 

17 


6 
16 


Massachusetts 




13 


Minnesota 












10 


Mississippi 








1 


1 
1 


2 
2 


4 
5 


8 


Missouri 








16 












9 




















1 
1 
3 
5 


1 
1 
3 

7 


6 


Nevada 


















1 


New Hampshire 

New Jersey 


3 

4 


4 
5 


5 
6 


6 
6 


6 
6 


5 
6 


4 
5 


3 
5 


2 

19 




1 


New York 


6 

5 


10 
10 


17 
12 


27 
13 


34 
13 


40 

13 


34 
9 


33 

8 


31 

7 


33 

8 


34 

9 

1 

21 


34 
9 
1 

21 


37 

10 

2 

21 

5 

2 

32 

2 

7 

2 

10 

16 

1 

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10 

3 

5 

11 

1 


43 

10 

3 


North Carolina 

North Dakota 


Ohio 






1 


6 


14 


19 


21 


21 


19 


20 


99 








8 


















1 

25 

2 

6 


1 

24 

2 
4 


1 

27 

2 

5 


1 

28 

2 

7 

2 

10 

11 


2 

30 

2 

7 

2 

10 

13 

1 

2 

10 

2 

4 
10 

1 


3 


Pennsylvania 


8 
1 
5 


13 

9 
6 


18 
2 
8 


23 

2 
9 


26 
2 
9 


28 
2 
9 


24 

2 
7 


36 

3 

7 
3 


Rhode Island 


South Carolina 

South Dakota 


Tennessee 




1 


3 


6 


9 


13 


11 
2 


10 

2 


8 
4 


10 
6 


10 
18 






Utah 














2 






2 
19 


4 
22 


6 
23 


5 
22 


5 
21 


4 
15 


3 

13 


3 
11 


3 
9 


2 
10 

1 
4 
9 

1 


2 


Virginia 


10 


10 
5 


Washington 


West Virginia 




















3 

8 


6 


Wisconsin 














2 


3 


6 


11 
















1 


























Total 


65 


106 


142 


186 


213 


242 


232 


237 


243 


293 


332 


357 


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435 





The following representation was added after the several census apportionments indicated and is 
included in the above table: 

Firsts — Tennessee, 1. 

Second— Ohio, 1. 

Third— Alabama, 1 ; Illinois, 1; Indiana, 1; Louisiana, 1; 
Maine, 7; Mississippi, 1. 

Fifth — Arkansas, 1; Michigan, 1. 

Sixth— California, 2; Florida, 1; Iowa, 2; Texas, 2; Wis- 
consin, 2. 

Seventh— Massachusetts, 1; Minnesota, 2; Oregon, 1. 

Eighth— Illinois, 1; Iowa, 1; Kentucky, 1; Minnesota, 1; 
Nebraska, 1; Nevada, 1; Ohio, 1; Pennsylvania, 1; Ehode 
Island, 1; Vermont, 1. 

Ninth— Alabama, 1; Colorado, 1: Florida, 1; Indiana, 1; 
Louisiana, I; New Hampshire, 1; New York, 1; Pennsyl- 
vania, 3; Tennessee, 1; Vermont, 1. 



Tenth— Idaho, 1; Montana, 1; North Dakota, 1; South 
Dakota, 2; Washington, 1; Wyoming, 1. 

Eleventh— Utah, 1. 

Twelfth— Oklahoma, 5. 

Thirteenth— Alabama, 1; Arizona, 1; California, 3; Colo- 
rado, 1; Florida, 1; Georgia, 1; Idaho, 1; Illinois, 2; Louisi- 
ana, 1: Massachusetts, 2; Michigan, 1; Minnesota, 1; Montana, 
1 ; New Jersey, 2; New Mexico, 1 ; New York, 0; North Dakota, 
1; Ohio.l; Oklahoma, 3; Oregon, 1; Pennsylvania. 4; Rhode 
Island, 1; South Dakota, 1; Texas, 2; Utah, 1; Washington. 
2; West Virginia, 1. 



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FIRST CONGRESS. 



MARCH 4, 1789, TO MARCH 3, 1791. 



FIRST SESSION— March 4, 1 17S9, to September 29, 1789. SECOND SESSION— January 
4, 1790, to August 12, 1790. THIRD SESSION— December 6, 1790, to March 3, 1791. 



VICE-PRESIDENT^John Adams, of Massachusetts. PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE PRO 
TEMPORE— John Langdon, 2 of New Hampshire. SECRETARY OF THE SENATE— Samuel A. 
Otis," of Massachusetts. 

SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE— Frederick A. Muhlenberg, of Pennsylvania. CLERK OF THE 
HOUSE— John Beckley, of Virginia. 



Oliver Ellsworth; 



Benjamin Huntington. 
Roger Sherman. 
Jonathan Sturges. 



Richard Bassett. 



William Few. 



Abraham Baldwin. 
James Jackson. 



CONNECTICUT. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 

DELAWARE. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVE. 

John Vining. 
GEORGIA. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 

MARYLAND. 



William S. Johnson. 



Jonathan Trumbull. 
Jeremiah Wadsworth. 



George Read. 



James Gunn. 
George Matthews. 



John Henry. 



Daniel Carroll. 
Benjamin Contee. 
George Gale. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Charles Carroll, of Carrollton. 



Joshua Senev. 
William Smith. 
Michael Jenifer Stone. 



i Neither a quorum of the Senate nor of the House of Repre- 
sentatives appeared in their respective chambers on Wednes- 
day, March 4, 1789. But eight Senators appeared and the 
minority adjourned from day to day until Monday, April 6, 
when a quorum of the Senate was first present. Thirteen 
members of the House of Representatives appeared on March 4 
and a quorum was not present until April 1, when the body 
proceeded to the transaction of business. W hen both Houses 
were organized, on April 6, they met in joint convention, in 
the hall of the Senate, and proceeded to open and count the 
electoral vote for President and Vice-President. John Adams 
the Vice-President-elect, appeared in the Senate Chamber and 
assumed the duties of the chair on Tuesday, April 21, 1789. 

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2 Elected April 6, 1789. 

» Elected April 8, 1789. 

< On May 15, 17S9, the Senate determined by lot the classes 
into which the membership should be divided agreeably to 
paragraph 2, section 3, of Article I of the Constitution, as fol- 
lows: Class 1, whose terms should expire March 3, 1791— 
Messrs. Carroll, Dalton, Ellsworth, Elmer, Maclay, Read, and 
Grayson: class 2, whose terms should expire March 3, 1793— 
Messrs. Bassett, Butler, Few, Lee, Strong, Paterson, and 
Wlngate; class 3, whose terms should expire March 3, 1795— 
Messrs. Gunn, Henry, Johnson, Izard, Langdon, and Morris. 



FIRST CONGRESS. 
MASSACHUSETTS. 



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Tristram Dalton. 



Fisher Ames. 
Elbridge Gerry. 
Benjamin Goodhue. 
Jonathan Grout. 



John Langdon. 



Abiel Foster. 
Nicholas Oilman. 



Jonathan Elmer. 



Elias Boudinot. 
Lambert Cadwalader. 



Rufus King. 5 



Egbert Benson. 
William Floyd. 
John Hathorn. 7 



Benjamin Hawkins. 10 

John Baptist Ashe. 12 
Timothy Bloodworth. 13 
John Sevier. 14 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Caleb Strong. 



George Leonard. 
George Partridge. 1 
Theodore Sedgwick. 
George Thacher. 



NEW HAMPSHIRE. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



NEW JERSEY. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



NEW YORK. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Paine Wingate. 



Samuel Livermore. 



William Paterson. 2 
Philemon Dickinson. 



Thomas Sinnickson. 
James Schureman. 



Philip Schuyler. 6 

John Laurance. 
Peter Silvester. 8 
Jeremiah Van Rensselaer.' 



NORTH CAROLINA. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



PENNSYLVANIA. 



Samuel Johnston. 1 

John Steele. 15 
Hugh Williamson. 



William Maclay. 



George Clymer. 
Thomas Fitzsimons. 
Thomas Hartley. 
Daniel Heister. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Robert Morris. 



Frederick A. Muhlenberg. 
John Peter G. Muhlenberg. 
Thomas Scott. 
Henry Wynkoop. 



i Resigned August 14, 1790. 

2 Resigned March 2, 1790. having been elected governor. 

3 Elected to fill vacancy in term ending March 3. 1793, caused 
by resignation of William Paterson, and took his seat Decem- 
ber 0, 1790. 

4 The election of all four representatives was contested, but 
owing to the burning of the papers and documents from 
the First to the Sixth Congress, by the British in 1814, it is 
not possible to ascertain the grounds upon which the contest 
was based. It is known that it related to questions of regu- 
larity and procedure, and that the decision was favorable to 
the sitting Members. 

<• Took his seat July 25, 1789; term to expire, as determined 
by lot, March 3, 1795". 



6 Took his seat July 27, 17S9; term to expire as determined 
bv lot, March 3, 1791. 
' Took his seat April 23, 1789. 
•Took his seat April 22, 1789. 

9 Took his seat May 9, 1789. 

10 Took his seat January 13, 1790; term to expire, as deter- 
mined by lot, March 3, 1795. 

" Took his seat January 29, 1790; term to expire, as deter- 
mined by lot, March 3, 1793. 
is Took his seat March 24, 1790. 
is Took his seat April 6, 1790. 
'« Took his seat June 16, 1790. 
» Took his seat April 19, 1790. 
is Took his seat March 19, 1790. 



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CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY. 
RHODE ISLAND. 



Theodore Foster. 1 



Pierce Butler. 



iEdanus Burke. 
Daniel Huger. 
William Smith. 4 



William Grayson.' 
John Walker. 6 
James Monroe. 7 



Theodoric Bland. 8 
William B. Giles." 
John Brown. 
Isaac Coles. 
Richard Bland Lee. 
James Madison, jr. 



SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVE. 

Benjamin Bourn. 3 
SOUTH CAROLINA. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 

VIRGINIA. 



Joseph Stanton, jr. 2 



Ralph Izard. 



Thomas Sumter. 
Thomas Tudor Tucker. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES . 



Richard Henry Lee. 



Andrew Moore. 
John Page. 
Josiah Parker. 
Alexander White. 
Samuel Griffin. 



i Took his seat June 25, 1790; term to expire, as determined 
by lot, March 3, 1791. 

2 Took his seat June 25, 1790; term to expire, as determined 
by lot, March 3, 1793. 

3 Took his seat December 17, 1790. 

4 Election unsuccessfully contested by David Ramsay, 
s Died March 12, 1790. 



6 Appointed to till vacancy caused by death of William 
Grayson, and took his seat April 26, 1790. 

7 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of William Gray- 
son, and took his seat December 6, 1790. 

» Died June 1, 1790. 

9 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Theodoric 
Bland, and took his seat December 7, 1790. 



SECOND CONGRESS. 



MARCH 4, 1791, TO MARCH 3, 1793. 



FIRST SESSION— October 24, 1791, to May 8, 1792. SECOND SESSION— November 5, 
1792, to March 2, 1793. SPECIAL SESSION OF THE SENATE— March 4, 1791, for 
one day only. 

VICE PRESIDENT -John Adams, of Massachusetts. PRESIDENTS OF THE SENATE PRO 
TEMPORE— Richard Henry Lee,' of Virginia; John Langdon,- of New Hampshire. SECRETARY 
OF THE SENATE— Samuel A. Otis, of Massachusetts. 

SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE— Jonathan Trumbull, 3 of Connecticut. CLERK OF THE 
HOUSE— John Beckley, of Virginia. 



Oliver Ellsworth. 



James Hillhouse. 
Amasa Learned. 
Jonathan Sturges. 



Richard Bassett. 



CONNECTICUT. 

SENATORS. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

DELAWARE. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVE. 

John Vining. 
GEORGIA. 



William S. Johnson. 4 
Roger Sherman. 5 

Jonathan Trumbull. 
Jeremiah Wadsworth. 



George Read. 



William Few. 

Abraham Baldwin. 
Francis Willis. 



John Edwards. 9 
Alexander D. Orr. 



SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 

KENTUCKY.' 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



James Gunn. 

Anthony Wayne. 
John Milledge. 7 



John Brown. 10 



Christopher Greenup.' 2 



i Elected April 18, 1792. 

1 Elected November 5, 1792, and March 1, 1793. 

s Elected October 24. 1791. 

* Resigned March 4, 1791. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of William S. 
Johnson, and took his seat October 24, 1791. 

a Served until March 21, 1792; election contested by James 
Jackson, and, by separate resolutions, it was determined 
that neither was entitled to the seat. 

50346°— S. Doc. 654, 61-2 3 



7 Elected to fill vacancy caused by declaring the seat of 
Anthony Wayne vacant, and took his'seat November 22, 1792. 

» Admitted as a State into the Union June 1, 1792. 

» Took his seat Nov -mber 5, 1792; term to expire, as deter- 
mined by lot, March 3, 1795. 

" Took his seat November 5, 1792; term to expire, as deter- 
mined by lot, March 3, 1793. 

11 Took his seat November 8, 1792. 

11 Took his seat November 9, 1792. 

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34 



CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY. 



John Henry. 



Philip B. Key. 
William Pinkney. 3 
John Francis Mercer. 4 
William Vans Murray. 



Caleb Strong. 

Fisher Ames. 
Shearjashub Bourne. 
Elbridge Gerry. 
Benjamin Goodhue. 



John Langdon. 



Nicholas Oilman. 
Samuel Livermore. 



Philemon Dickinson. 



Elias Boudinot. 
Abraham Clark. 



Rufus King. 

Egbert Benson. 
James Gordon. 
John Laurance. 
James Townsend. 7 



Benjamin Hawkins. 

John Baptist Ashe. 
William Barry Grove. 
Nathaniel Macon. 



Robert Morris. 



William Findley. 
Thomas Fitzsimons. 
Andrew Gregg. 
Thomas Hartley. 



MARYLAND. 

SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 

NEW JERSEY. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 

NEW YORK. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES . 



SENATORS'. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 

PENNSYLVANIA. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



Charles Carroll, of Carrollton.' 
Richard Potts. 2 



Joshua Seney. 6 
William Hindman. 8 
Upton Sheridine. 
Samuel Sterrett. 



George Cabot. 

Theodore Sedgwick. 
George Thacher. 
Artemas Ward. 



Paine Wingate. 
Jeremiah Smith. 

John Rutherford. 



Jonathan Dayton. 
Aaron Kitchell. 



Aaron Burr. 

Cornelius C. Schoonmaker. 
Peter Silvester. 
Thomas Tredwell. 



NORTH CAROLINA. 



Samuel Johnston. 

John Steele. 
Hugh Williamson. 



Vacant.' 



Daniel Heister. 
Israel Jacobs. 
John W. Kittera. 
Frederick A. Muhlenberg. 



i Resigned November 30, 1792. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Charles 
Carroll, o( Carrollton, and took his seat February 4, 1793. 

3 Resigned in November, 1791, the question of ineligibility 
owing to his residence being raised. 

•Elected to (ill vacancy caused by resignation of William 
Pinkney, and took his seat February (j, 1792. 



s Resigned May 1, 1792. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Joshua 
Seney, and took his seat January 30, 1793. 

'Died in May, 1791. 

s Credentials of Albert Gallatin were filed February 28, 1793, 
and were ordered to lie on the flies; no action was taken upon 
them during the Congress. 



SECOND CONGRESS. 



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Theodore Foster. 



Pierce Butler. 



Robert Barnwell. 
Daniel Huger. 
William Smith. 



Moses Robinson. 2 
Nathaniel Miles.* 



Richard Henry Lee. 6 
John Taylor. 6 

John Brown. 
William B. Giles. 
Samuel Griffin. 
Richard Bland Lee. 
James Madison. 



RHODE ISLAND. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVE. 

Benjamin Bourn. 
SOUTH CAROLINA. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



VERMONT. 1 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES 

VIRGINIA. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



Joseph Stanton, jr. 



Ralph Izard. 



Thomas Sumter. 
Thomas Tudor Tucker. 



Stephen R. Bradley. 3 
Israel Smith. 4 

James Monroe. 



Andrew Moore. 
John Page. 
Josiah Parker. 
Abraham B. Venable. 
Alexander White. 



1 Admitted as a State into the Union March 4, 1791. 

s Took his seat October 31, 1791; term to expire, as deter- 
mined by lot, March 3, 1797. 

s Took his seat November 4, 1791; term to expire, as deter- 
mined by lot, March 3, 1795. 



« Took his seat October 31, 1791. 

5 Resigned October 8, 1792. 

6 Klected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Richard 
Henry Lee, and took his seat December 12, 1792. 



THIRD CONGRESS. 



MARCH 4, 1793, TO MARCH 3, 1795. 



FIRST SESSION— December 2, 1793, to June 9, 1794. SECOND SESSION— NoTember 3, 
1794, to March 3, 1795. SPECIAL SESSION OF THE SENATE— March 4, 1793, for 
one day only. 



VICE PRESIDENT— John Adams, of Massachusetts.— PRESIDENTS OF THE SENATE PRO 
TEMPORE— Ralph Izard,' of South Carolina; Henry Tazewell, 2 of Virginia. SECRETARY OF THE 
SENATE— Samuel A. Otis, of Massachusetts. 

SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE— Frederick A. Muhlenberg, of Pennsylvania. CLERK OF THE 
HOUSE— John Beckley, of Virginia. 



Oliver Ellsworth. 



Joshua Coit. 
James Hillhouse. 
Amasa Learned. 
Zephaniah Swift. 



George Read. 5 
Henry Latimer.' 



John Patton. 7 

James Gunn. 
Abraham Baldwin. 

John Edwards. 
Christopher Greenup. 



CONNECTICUT. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 

DELAWARE. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 

GEORGIA. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 

KENTUCKY. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



Roger Sherman. 3 
Stephen Mix Mitchell.' 

Uriah Tracy. 
Jonathan Trumbull. 
Jeremiah Wads worth. 



John Vining. 



Henry Latimer. 8 



James Jackson. 



Thomas P. Carnes. 



John Brown. 



Alexander D. Orr. 



i Elected May 31, 1794. Samuel Livermore was elected 
February 20, 1795, but declined. 
' Elected February 20, 1795.- 
3 Died July 23, 1793. 

* Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Roger Sherman, 
and took his seat December 2, 1793. 

5 Resigned September 18, 1793. 

• Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation ot George 
Read, and took his seat February 28, 1795. Kensey Johns 
was appointed to fill the vacancy thus caused, March 19. 1794. 

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His credentials were presented March 24, 1794, but he was 
not permitted to qualify; March 28, 1794, the Senate declared 
he was not entitled to the seat; vacancy in this class from 
September 18, 1793, to February 7, 1795. 

7 Served until February 14, 1794; succeeded by Henry 
Latimer, who contested his election. 

8 Successfully contested the election of John Patton, and 
took his seat February 14, 1794. Resigned February 7, 1795, 
having been elected Senator. 



THIRD CONGRESS. 



37 



John Henry. 



Gabriel Christie. 
George Dent. 
John F. Mercer. ' 
Gabriel Duvall. 2 
William Vans Murray. 



MARYLAND. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Richard Potts. 



Uriah Forrest. 3 
Benjamin Edwards. 4 
William Ilindman. 
Samuel Smith. 
Thomas Sprigg. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 



Caleb Strong. 



Fisher Ames. 
Shearjashub Bourne. 
David Cobb. 
Peleg Coffin, jr. 
Henry Dearborn. 
Samuel Dexter, jr. 
Dwight Foster. 



John Langdon. 



Nicholas Gilman. 
John S. Sherburne. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



George Cabot. 



Benjamin Goodhue. 
Samuel Hoi ten. 
William Lyman. 
Theodore Sedgwick. 
George Thacher. 
Peleg Wadsworth. 
Artcmas Ward. 



NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 

NEW JERSEY. 



Samuel Livermore. 



Jeremiah Smith. 
Paine Wingate. 



John Rutherford. 



John Beatty. 
Elias Boudinot. 
Lambert Cadwallader. 



Aaron Burr. 

Theodorus Bailey. 
Peter Van Gaasbeck. 
Ezekiel Gilbert. 
James Gordon. 
Henry Glenn. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



NEW YORK. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Frederick Frelinghuysen. 



Abraham Clark. 5 
Aaron Kitchell. 6 
Jonathan Dayton. 



Rufus King. 



Silas Talbot. 
Thomas Tredwell. 
JohnE. Van Allen. 7 
Philip Van Cortlandt. 
John Watts. 



NORTH CAROLINA. 



Benjamin Hawkins. 



SENATORS. 



Alexander Martin. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Thomas Blount. 
William Johnston Dawson. 
James Gillespie. 
William Barry Grove. 
Matthew Locke. 



Nathaniel Macon. 
Joseph McDowell. 
Alexander Mebane. 
Benjamin Williams. 
Joseph Winston. 



1 Resigned April 13, 1794. 

* Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of John F. 
Mercer and took his seat November 11, 1794. 

3 Resigned November 8, 1794. 

4 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Uriah 
Forrest, and took his seat January 2, 1795. 



5 Died December 15, 1794. 

• Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Abraham ( lark, 
and took his seat January 29, 1795. 

1 Election unsuccessfully contested bv Henry K. Van Rens- 
elaer. 



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CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY. 



Robert Morris. 



James Armstrong. 
William Findley. 
Thomas Fitzsimons. 
Andrew Gregg. 
Thomas Hartley. 
Daniel Heister. 
William Irvine. 



PENNSYLVANIA. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Albert Gallatin.' 
James Ross. 2 



John Wilkes Kittera. 
William Montgomery. 
Frederick A. Muhlenberg. 
John Peter G. Muhlenberg. 
Thomas Scott. 
John Smilie. 



RHODE ISLAND. 



Theodore Foster. 



SENATORS. 



William Bradford. 



Benjamin Bourn. 



Pierce Butler. 



Lemuel Benton. 
Alexander Gillon. 3 
Robert Goodloe Harper. 4 
John Hunter. 



Moses Robinson. 
Nathaniel Niles. 



James Monroe. 5 
Stephens T. Mason. 6 



Isaac Coles. 
Thomas Claiborne. 
William B. Giles. 
Samuel Griffin. 
George Hancock. 
Carter B. Harrison. 
John Heath. 
Richard Bland Lee. 
James Madison. 
Andrew Moore. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 

SENATORS. 



Francis Malbone. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



VERMONT. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



VIRGINIA. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES . 



Ralph Izard. 



Andrew Pickens. 
William Smith. 
Richard Wynn. 



Stephen R. Bradley. 



Israel Smith. 



John Taylor. 7 
Henry Tazewell.' 



Joseph Neville. 
Anthony New. 
John Nicholas. 
John Page. 
Josiah Parker. 
Francis Preston . 9 
Robert Rutherford. 
Abraham Venable. 
Francis Walker. 



TERRITORY SOUTH OF THE RIVER OHIO. 1 



DELEGATE. 

James White." 



1 Credentials presented in preceding Congress; took his seat 
December 2, 1793; served until February 28, 1794, when the 
election was declared void, "he not having been a citizen of the 
United States the term of years required by the Constitution." 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by the Senate declaring the 
election of Albert Gallatin void, and took his seat April 24, 1794. 

3 Died October 6, 1794. 

* Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Alexander Gil- 
Ion, and took his seat February 9, 1795. 

& Resigned November 18, 1794, having been appointed min- 
ister plenipotentiary to France. 



e Elected to fill vacancy caused by the resignation of James 
Monroe, but did not take his seat until June 8, 1795, in the 
succeeding Congress. 

' Resigned May 11, 1794. 

8 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of John Tay- 
lor, and took his seat December 29, 1794. 

• Election unsuccessfully contested by Abraham Trigg. 

10 Created a district for the purposes of temporary govern- 
ment by act approved May 26, 1790. 

" Took his seat November 18, 1794. 



FOURTH CONGRESS. 



MARCH 4, 1795, TO MARCH 3, 1797. 



FIRST SESSION— December 7, 1795, to June 1, 1796. SECOND SESSION— December 5, 
1796, to March 3, 1797. SPECIAL SESSION OF THE SENATE— June 8, 1795, to 
June 26, 1795. 



VICE PRESIDENT John Adams, of Massachusetts. PRESIDENTS OF THE SENATE PRO 
TEMPORE Henry Tazewell, 1 of Virginia; Samuel Livermore,- of New Hampshire ; William Bingham, 1 
of Pennsylvania. SECRETARY OF THE SENATE— Samuel A. Otis, of Massachusetts. 

SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE -Jonathan Dayton, of New Jersey. CLERK OF THE HOUSE- 
John Beckley, of Virginia. 



Oliver Ellsworth. 4 
James Hillhouse. 5 



Joshua Coit. 
Chauncey Goodrich. 
Roger Griswold. 
James Hillhouse. 3 
James Davenport. 9 



John Vining. 



CONNECTICUT. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



DELAWARE. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVE. 

John Patton. 
GEORGIA. 



Jonathan Trumbull. 5 
Uriah Tracy. 7 



Nathaniel Smith. 
Zephaniah Swift. 
Uriah Tracy. 10 
Samuel Whittlesev Dana. 11 



Henry Latimer. 



James Gunn. 



Abraham Baldwin. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



James Jackson. 12 
George Walton. 13 
Josiah Tattnall. 14 



John Milledge. 



i Elected December 7, 1795. 
: Elected May 6, 1796. 
3 Elected February 16, 1797. 
< Resigned March 8, 1796. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Oliver Ells- 
worth, and took his seat December 6. 1796. 

8 Resigned June 10. 1796. 

7 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Jonathan 
Trumbull, and took his seat December 6. 1796. 

8 Resigned in December, 1796, having been elected Senator. 



9 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of James Hill- 
house and took his seat December 5, 1796. 
'• Resigned December 6, 1790, having been elected Senator. 

11 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Uriah 
Tracy, and took his seat January 3, 179*7. 

12 Resigned in 1795. 

13 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by resignation of James 
Jackson, and took his seat December Is. 1795. 

14 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of James Jack- 
son, and took his seat April 12, 1796. 

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CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY. 



John Brown. 
Christopher Greenup. 

John Henry. 



Gabriel Christie. 
Jeremiah Crabb. 3 
William Craik." 
Gabriel Duvall. 5 
Richard Sprigg, jr.' 



Caleb Strong. 8 
Theodore Sedgwick. 9 



Fisher Ames. 
Theophilus Bradbury. 
Henry Dearborn. 
Dwight Foster. 
Nathaniel Freeman, jr. 
Benjamin Goodhue. 
George Leonard. 
Samuel Lyman. 



KENTUCKY. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 

MARYLAND. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Humphrey Marshall. 



Alexander D. Orr. 



Richard Potts. 1 
John Eager Howard. 2 



George Dent. 
William Hindman. 
Samuel Smith. 
Thomas Sprigg." 
William Vans Murray. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 



George Cabot. 10 
Benjamin Goodhue. 11 



William Lyman. 
John Reed. 
Theodore Sedgwick. 12 
Thomson J. Skinner. 13 
George Thacher. 
Joseph B. Varnum. 14 
Peleg Wadsworth. 



NEW HAMPSHIRE. 



John Langdon. 



Abiel Foster. 
Nicholas Gilman. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Samuel Livermore. 



John S. Sherburne. 
Jeremiah Smith. 



NEW JERSEY. 



John Rutherfurd. 



Jonathan Dayton. 
Thomas Henderson. 
Aaron Kitchell 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Frederick Frelinghuysen. 
Richard Stockton. 16 



Isaac Smith. 
Mark Thompson. 



1 Resigned October 24, 1796. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Richard 
Potts, and took his seat December 27, 1796. 

3 Resigned in 1796. 

4 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Jeremiah 
Crabb, and took his seat December 5, 1796. 

6 Resigned March 28, 1796, having been appointed judge of 
the supreme court of Maryland. 

a Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Gabriel 
Duvall, and took his seat May 6, 1796, 

' Took his seat February 7, 1797. 

' Resigned June 1, 1796. 

9 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Caleb 
Strong, and took his seat December 21, 1796. 
■o Resigned June 9, 1796. 



" Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of George 
Cabot, and took his seat December 6, 1796. 

12 Resigned December 6, 1796, having been elected Senator. 

' 3 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Theodore 
Sedgwick, and took his seat January 27, 1797. 

14 Election contested by petition from sundry citizens of 
Massachusetts; Committee on Elections reported favorably 
for him, and added "that the attempt to deprive him of his 
seat was rather the act of malevolence than a desire to pro- 
mote the public good." On January 25, 1797, these words 
were stricken out and expressions of compliment to the 
sitting Member were substituted, and the report was agreed to. 

16 Resigned November 12, 1796. 

16 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Frederick 
Frelinghuysen, and took his seat December 6, 1796. 



FOURTH CONGRESS. 



41 



Aaron Burr. 



Theodorus Bailey. 
William Cooper. 
Ezekiel Gilbert. 
Henry Glen. 
John Hathorn. 



NEW YORK. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Rufus King. 1 
John Laurance. 2 



Jonathan N. Havens. 
Edward Livingston. 
John E. Van Allen. 
Philip Van Oortlandt. 
John Williams. 



NORTH CAROLINA. 



SENATORS. 



Alexander Martin. 



Timothy Bloodworth. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Thomas Blount. 
Nathan Bryan. 
Dempsey Surges. 
Jesse Franklin. 
James Gillespie. 
William B. Grove. 



James Holland. 
Matthew Locke. 
Nathaniel Macon. 
Absalom Tatum. 3 
William Strudwick. 4 



PENNSYLVANIA. 



SENATORS. 



James Ross. 



William Bingham. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



David Bard. 
William Findley. 
Albert Gallatin. 
Andrew Gregg. 
Thomas Hartley. 
Daniel Heister. 6 
George Ege. 7 



John Wilkes Kittera. 

Samuel Maclay. 

Frederick Augustus Muhlenberg. 

John Richards. 5 

Samuel Sitgreaves. 

John Swanwick. 

Richard Thomas. 



RHODE ISLAND. 



SENATORS. 



Theodore Foster. 



William Bradford. 



Francis Malbone. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Benjamin Bourn.' 
Elisha R. Potter. 1 



SOUTH CAROLINA. 



SENATORS. 



Pierce Butler. 10 
John Hunter. 11 



Jacob Read. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Lemuel Benton. 
Samuel Earle. 
Wade Hampton. 



Robert Goodloe Harper. 
William Smith. 
Richard Wynn. 



1 Resigned May 18, 179fi, having been appointed minister 
to England. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Rufus 
King, and took his seat December 8, 1796. 

3 Resigned in 1796. 

* Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Absalom 
Tatum, and took his seat December 13, 1796. 

6 Successfully contested the election of James Morris, who 
never qualified, and took his seat January 18, 1796. 



• Resigned July 1, 1796. 

7 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Danie 
Heister, and took his seat December S, 1796. 

» Resigned in 1796. 

s Elected to fill vacancy caused bv resignation of Benjamin 
Bourn, and took his seat December 19, 1796. 

'• Resigned in 1796. 

u Elected to fill vacancy caused bv resignation of Pierce But- 
ler, and took his seat January 27, 1797. 



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CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY. 
TENNESSEE. 1 



William Blount. 2 



Moaes Robinson. 5 
Isaac Tichenor. 6 



Daniel Buck. 



Henry Tazewell. 



Richard Brent. 
Samuel J. Cabell. 
Thomas Claiborne. 
John Clopton. 
Isaac Coles. 
William B. Giles. 
George Hancock. 
Carter B. Harrison. 
John Heath. 
George Jackson. 



SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVE. 

Andrew Jackson. 4 
VERMONT. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 

VIRGINIA. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



William Cocke.- 



Elijah Paine. 



Israel Smith/ 



Stevens T. Mason.' 



James Madison. 
Andrew Moore. 
Anthony New. 
John Nicholas. 
John Page. 
Josiah Parker. 
Francis Preston. 
Robert Rutherford. 
Abraham Venable. 



1 Admitted as a State into the Union June 1, 1796. 

- Took his seat December 5, 1796; term to expire, as deter- 
mined by lot, March 3, 1799. 

3 Took his seat December 5, 1796; term to expire, as deter- 
mined by lot, March 3, 1797. 

< Took his seat December 5, 1796. 



s Resigned October 15, 1796. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Moses 
Robinson, and took his seat December <;, 1796. 

7 Election unsuccessfully contested by Matthew Lyon. 

8 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of James Mon- 
roe, in preceaing Congress, and too'k his seat June S, 1795. 



FIFTH CONGRESS. 



MARCH 4, 1797, TO MARCH 3, 1799. 



FIRST SESSION— May 15, 1797, to July 10, 1797. SECOND SESSION— November 13, 

1797, to July 16, 1798. THIRD SESSION— December 3, 1798, to March 3, 1799. 
SPECIAL SESSIONS OF THE SENATE— March 4, 1797, for one day only; July 17, 

1798, to July 19, 1798. 



VICE PRESIDENT— Thomas Jefferson, of Virginia— PRESIDENTS OF THE SENATE PRO 
TEMPORE — William Bradford,' of Rhode Island; Jacob Read,- of South Carolina; Theodore Sedg- 
wick, 1 of Massachusetts; John Laurance, 1 of New York; James Ross,' of Pennsylvania. SECRETARY 
OF THE SENATE— Samuel A. Otis, of Massachusetts. 

SPEAKER OF THE HOTJSE^onathan Dayton,'' of New Jersey. SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE 
PRO TEMPORE— George Dent, 7 of Maryland. CLERK OF THE HOUSE Jonathan W. Condy, 
of Pennsylvania. 



CONNECTICUT. 



James Hillhouse. 

John Allen. 
Joshua Coit. 8 
Jonathan Brace. 9 
Samuel W. Dana. 
Nathaniel Smith. 



John Vining. 13 
Joshua Clayton. 14 
William Hill Wells. 15 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



DELAWARE. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVE. 

James A. Bayard. 
GEORGIA. 



Uriah Tracy. 

James Davenport. 10 
William Edmond." 
Chauncey Goodrich. 
Roger Griswold. 12 



Henry Latimer. 



James Gunn. 
Abraham Baldwin. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Josiah Tattnall. 



John Milledce 



i Elected July 0, 1797. 

2 Elected November 22, 1797. 

3 Elected June 27, 1798. 

< Elected December 6, 1798. 
s Elected March 1, 1799. 
« Elected May 15, 1797. 
' Elected May 28, 1798. 
« Died September 5, 1798. 

• Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Joshua Coit, and 
took his seat December 3, 1798. 
io Died August 3, 1797. 



11 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of James Daven- 
port, and took his seat November 13, 1797. 

" Unsuccessful motion made to expel after his personal en- 
counter with Matthew Lyon, of Vermont, February 15, 1798. 

13 Resigned January 19, 1798. 

l * Elected to fill vacancy caused bv resignation of John Vin- 
ing, and took his seat Februarv 19, 1798; died July 16, 1798. 

« Elected to fill vacancy in term commencing March 4, 1793, 
caused by resignation of John Vining and death of Joshua 
Clayton, and took his seat February 4, 1799. 

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44 



CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY. 



John Brown. 
Thomas T. Davis. 



John Henry. 1 
James Lloyd. 2 

George Baer, jr. 
William Craik. 
John Dennis. 
George Dent. 



Benjamin Goodhue. 

Theophilus Bradbury. 3 
Bailey Bartlett. 4 
Stephen Bullock. 
Dwight Foster. 
Nathaniel Freeman, jr. 
Samuel Lyman. 
Harrison Gray Otis. 
Isaac Parker. 



John Langdon. 

Abiel Foster. 
Jonathan Freeman. 
William Gordon. 



John Rutherford. 7 
Franklin Davenport. 1 

Jonathan Dayton. 
James H. Imlay. 
James Schureman. 



Philip Schuyler. 9 
John Slops Hobart. 10 
William North. 11 
James Watson. 12 

David Brooks. 
James Cochran. 
Lucas Elmendorph. 
Henry Glen. 
Jonathan N. Havens. 



KENTUCKY. 

SENATORS. 

REPRESENTATIVES . 

MARYLAND. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



Humphrey Marshall. 
John Fowler. 

John E. Howard. 



William Hindman. 
William Matthews. 
Samuel Smith. 
Richard Sprigg, jr. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



Theodore Sedgwick. 

John Reed. 
Samuel Sewall. 
William Shepherd. 
Thomson J. Skinner. 
George Thacher. 
Joseph Bradley Varnum. 
Peleg Wadsworth. 



NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 

NEW JERSEY. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 

NEW YORK. 



Samuel Livermore. 

Jeremiah Smith. 6 
Peleg Sprague. 6 



Richard Stockton. 



Thomas Sinnickson. 
Mark Thompson. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John Laurance. 



Hezekiah L. Hosmer. 
Edward Livingston. 
John E. Van Allen. 
Philip Van Cortlandt. 
John Williams. 



' Resigned December 10, 1797, having been elected governor. 

3 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of John Henry, 
and took his seat January 11, 1798. 

« Resigned July 24, 1797. 

* Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Theophilus 
Bradbury, and took his seat November 27, 1797. 

» Resigned July 26, 1797. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Jeremiah 
Smith, and took his seat December 15, 1797. 

7 Resigned November 26, 1798. 

8 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by resignation of John 
Rutherford, and took his seat December 19, 1798. 



" Resigned January 3, 1798. 

10 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Philip 
Schuyler, and took his seat February 2, 1798; resigned April 16, 
1798, having been appointed judge of the United States district 
court of New York. 

n Appointed to fill vacancy caused by the resignations of 
Philip Schuyler and John Sloss Hobart, and took his seat May 
21, 1798. 

13 Elected to fill vacancy caused by the resignations of Philip 
Schuyler and John Sloss Hobart, and took his seat December 
11, 1798. 



Ill III ( UNCIIl'.SS. 



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NORTH CAROLINA. 



Alexander Martin. 



SENATORS. 



Timothy Bloodworth. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Thomas Blount. 
Nathan Bryan. 1 
Richard Dobbs Spaight.- 
Demsey Burges. 
James Gillespie. 
William Barry Grove. 



PENNSYLVANIA. 



Matthew Locke. 

Nathaniel Macon. 
Joseph McDowell. 
Richard Stanford. 
Robert Williams. 



James Ross. 



SENATORS. 



William Bingham. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



David Bard. 
Samuel Sitgreaves. 3 
Robert Brown. 4 
John Chapman. 
William Findley. 
Albert Gallatin. 
Andrew Gregg. 
John Andre Hanna. 



William Bradford." 
Ray Greene. 1 " 

Christopher G. Champlin. 



Jacob Read. 



Lemuel Benton. 
Robert Goodloe Harper. 
John Rutledge, jr. 



William Blount. 17 
Joseph Anderson. 18 



RHODE ISLAND. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Thomas Hartley. 
George Ege. 5 
Joseph Heister." 
John Wilkes Kittera. 
Blair McClenachan. 
John Swan wick. 7 
Robert Waln. s 
Richard Thomas. 



Theodore Foster. 



Elisha R. Potter. 11 
Thomas Tillinghast. 1 -' 



SOUTH CAROLINA. 

SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



TENNESSEE. 



SENATORS 



John Hunter. 13 
Charles Pinckney. 14 



William Smith, Charleston district. 
William Smith, Pinckney district. 15 
Thomas Pinckney. 16 
Thomas Sumter. 



William Cocke. 1 " 
Andrew Jackson . 
Daniel Smith.- 1 



REPRESENTATIVE. 

William C. C. Claiborne. 



i Died June 4, 1798. 

a Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Nathan Bryan, 
and took his seat December 10, 1798. 

3 Resigned 1798, having been appointed commissioner to 
Great Britain. 

* Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Samuel 
Sitgreaves, and took his seat December 4, 1798. 

'Resigned 1797. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of George 
Ege, and took his seat December 1, 1797. 

' Died July 31 , 1798. 

8 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of John Swanwick, 
and took his seat December 3, 1798. 

3 Resigned in 1797. 

10 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of William 
Bradford, and took his seat November 22, 1797. 

u Resigned in 1797. 

ia Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Elisha R. 
Potter, and took his seat November 13, 1797. 

» Resigned December 31, 1798. 



» Elected to fili vacancy caused bv resignation of John Hun- 
ter, and took his seat February IB, 1799. 

>' Resigned July 10, 1797, having been appointed minister 
to Portugal. 

16 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of William 
Smith, and took his seat November 23, 1797. 

17 Expelled for "high misdemeanor" July 8, 1797. 

18 Elected to fill vacancy caused by expulsion of William 
Blount, and took his seat November 22, 1797, and served until 
December 12, 1798, when he was elected to fill vacancy caused 
by resignation of Andrew Jackson. 

19 Appointed to fill vacancy in the term commencing March 
4, 1797 (the legislature having failed to elect), and took his seat 
May 15, 1797. 

20 Elected to fill vacancy in the term commencing March 4, 
1797, and took his seat November 22, 1797; resigned in April. 
179S. 

21 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by the resignation of 
Andrew Jackson, and took his* seat December ti, 179S. 



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CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY. 



Elijah Paine. 
Matthew Lyon. 3 

Henry Tazewell. 4 



VERMONT. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 

VIRGINIA. 

SENATORS. 



Isaac Tichenor. 1 
Nathaniel Chipman. 2 

Lewis R. Morris. 



Stevens T. Mason. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Richard Brent. 
Samuel Jordon Cabill. 
Thomas Claiborne. 
Matthew Clay. 
John Clopton. 
John Dawson. 
William B. Giles. 6 
Joseph Eggleston. 7 
Thomas Evans. 
Carter B. Harrison. 



David Holmes. 
Walter Jones. 
James Machir. 
Daniel Morgan. 6 
Anthony New. 
John Nicholas. 
Josiah Parker. 
Abram Trigg. 
John Trigg. 
Abraham Venable. 



1 Resigned October 17, 1797, having been elected governor. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Isaac 
Tichenor, and took his seat November 22, 1797. 

3 Unsuccessful motion made to expel after his personal en- 
counter with Roger Griswold, of Connecticut, February 15, 179S. 

i Died January 24, 1799. Letter from governor of Virginia 



(Senate Journal, p. 584) stating appointment would be deferred 
until legislature meets. 
s Election unsuccessfully contested by Robert Rutherford. 

6 Resigned October 2, 1798. 

7 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of William B. 
Giles, and took his seat December 3, 1798. 



SIXTH CONGRESS. 



MARCH 4, 1799, TO MARCH 3, 1801. 



FIRST SESSION— December 2, 1799, to May 14, 1800. SECOND SESSION— November 

17, 1800, to March 3, 1801. 



VICE PRESIDENT— Thomas Jefferson, of Virginia. PRESIDENTS OF THE SENATE PRO 
TEMPORE — Samuel Livermore, 1 of New Hampshire; Uriah Tracy, 2 of Connecticut; John E. Howard, 3 
of Maryland; James Hillhouse, 4 of Connecticut. SECRETARY OF THE SENATE— Samuel A. Otis, 
of Massachusetts. 

SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE— Theodore Sedgwick, of Massachusetts. CLERKS OF THE 
HOUSE — Jonathan W. Condy, of Pennsylvania; John H. Oswald, of Pennsylvania. 



James Hillhouse. 

Jonathan Brace. 5 
John C. Smith. 6 
Samuel W. Dana. 
John Davenport. 



CONNECTICUT. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



DELAWARE. 



Uriah Tracy. 

William Edmond. 
Chauncey Goodrich. 
Elizur Goodrich. 
Roger Griswold. 



Henrv Latimer. 7 
Samuel White. 8 



James Gunn. 
James Jones. 8 



SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVE . 

James A. Bayard. 
GEORGIA. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 

KENTUCKY. 



William H. Wells. 



Abraham Baldwin. 



Benjamin Taliaferro. 



John Brown. 
Thomas T. Davis. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Humphrey Marshall. 



John Fowler. 



i Elected December 2, 1799. 

2 Elected Mav 14, 1800. 

3 Elected November 21, 1800. 
« Elected February 28, 1801. 

' Resigned in 1800. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Jonathan 
Brace, and took his seat November 17, 1800. 



7 Resigned in 1801. 

8 Appointed to fill vacancy caused bv resignation of Henry 
Latimer, service to date from February 28, 1801; did not take 
his seat until March 4, 1801, in the special session of the 
Senate of the Seventh Congress. 

» Died January 13, 1801. 

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CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY. 



John E. Howard. 



George Baer. 
Gabriel Christie. 
William Craik. 
George Dent. 



MARYLAND. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



James Lloyd. 1 
William Hindman. 2 



John Dennis. 
Joseph H. Nicholson. 
Samuel Smith. 
John C. Thomas. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 



Benjamin Goodhue. 
Jonathan Mason. 4 



Bailey Bartlett. 
Phanuel Bishop. 
Dwight Foster.' 
Levi Lincoln. 8 
Silas Lee. 
Samuel Lyman. 9 
Ebenezer Mattoon. 10 
Harrison G. Otis. 



John Langdon. 

Jonathan Freeman. 
William Gordon. 13 
Samuel Tenney. 14 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Samuel Dexter. 6 
Dwight Foster. 6 

John Reed. 
Theodore Sedgwick. 
Samuel Sewall. 11 
Nathan Read. 12 
William Shepherd. 
George Thacher. 
Joseph B. Varnum. 
Peleg Wadsworth. 
Lemuel Williams. 



NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES . 

NEW JERSEY. 



Samuel Livermore. 

Abiel Foster. 
James Sheaf e. 



James Schureman. 16 
Aaron Ogden. 16 

John Condit. 
Franklin Davenport 
James H. Imlay. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



NEW YORK. 



Jonathan Dayton. 



Aaron Kitchell. 
James Linn. 
James Schureman. 1 



John Laurance. 18 
John Armstrong. 19 

Theodorus Bailey. 
John Bird. 
William Cooper. 
Lucas Elmendorf . 
Henry Glen. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES . 



James Watson. 20 
Gouverneur Morris. 21 

Edward Livingston. 
Jonas Piatt. 
John Smith. 
John Thompson . 
Philip Van Cortlandt. 



1 Resigned December 1, 1800. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of James 
Lloyd, and took his seat December IS, 1800. 

3 Resigned November 8, 1800. 

• Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Benjamin 
Goodhue, and took his seat December 19, 1800. 

• Resigned May 30, 1800. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Samuel 
Dexter, and took his seat November 21, 1800. 

• Resigned June 6, 1S00, having been elected Senator. 

8 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Dwight 
Foster, and took his seat February 6, 1801. 

9 Resigned November 6, 1801. 

10 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Samuel 
Lyman, and took his seat February 2, 1S01. 

11 Resigned January 10, 1800. 

12 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Samuel 
Sewall, and took his seat November 25, 1800. 



" Resigned June 12, 1800. 

'< Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of William 
Gordon, and took his seat December 8, 1800. 

15 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of John 
Rutherford in preceding Congress, and took his seat December 
3, 1799; resigned February 16, 1801. 

19 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignations of John 
Rutherford and James Schureman. and took his seat March 
3, 1801. 

17 Resigned in 1799, having been elected Senator. 

18 Resigned in August, 1800. 

19 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of John 
Laurance, and took his seat January 8, 1S01. 

20 Resigned March 19, 1800. 

21 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of James 
Watson, and took his seat May 3, 1800. 



Timothy Bloodworth. 

Willis Alston. 
Joseph Dickson. 
William Barry Grove. 
Archibald Henderson. 
William H. Hill. 



James Ross. 

Robert Brown. 
Albert Gallatin. 
Andrew Gregg. 
John A. Hanna. 
Thomas Hartley. 1 
John Stewart. 2 
Joseph Heister. 



Theodore Foster. 



John Brown. 



Jacob Read. 

Robert Goodloe Harper. 
Benjamin Huger. 
Abraham Nott. 



Joseph Anderson/ 



Elijah Paine. 
Matthew Lyon. 



SIXTH CONGRESS. 
NORTH CAROLINA. 

SENATORS. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 



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PENNSYLVANIA. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



Jesse Franklin. 

Nathaniel Macon. 
Richard Dobbs Spaight. 
Richard Stanford. 
David Stone. 
Robert Williams. 



William Bingham. 

John Wilkes Kittera. 

Michael Leib. 

John Peter Muhlenberg. 

John Smilie. 

Richard Thomas. 

Robert Wain. 

Henry Woods. 



RHODE ISLAND. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 

TENNESSEE. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVE. 

William C. C. Claiborne. 
VERMONT. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



Ray Greene. 
Christopher G. Champlin. 

Charles Pinckney. 

Thomas Pinckney. 
John Rutledge, jr. 
Thomas Sumter. 

William Cocke. 



Nathaniel Chipman. 



Lewis R. Morris. 



i Died December 21, 1800. 3 Elected to fill vacancy caused by the resignation of Andrew 

> Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Thomas Hartley. Jackson in preceding Congress, and took his seat December 2, 
and took his seat February 3, 1801. 1799. 



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CONGRESSIONAL DIKECTOBY. 
VIRGINIA. 



Stevens T. Mason. 

Samuel J. Cabell. 
Matthew Clay. 
John Dawson. 
Joseph Eggleston. 
Thomas Evans. 
Samuel Goode. 
Edwin Gray. 
David Holmes. 
John G. Jackson. 
Henry Lee. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Wilson C. Nicholas. 1 

John Marshall. 2 
Littleton W. Tazewell. 3 
Anthony New. 
John Nicholas. 
Robert Page. 
Josiah Parker. 
Levin Powell. 
John Randolph. 
Abram Trigg. 



TERRITORY NORTHWEST OF THE RIVER OHIO 4 . 



DELEGATES. 



William Henry Harrison. 



William M'Millan. 6 



1 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Henry Tazewell 
in preceding Congress, and toot his seat January 3, 1800. 

2 Resigned June 7, 1800. 

3 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of John Mar- 
shall, and took his seat November 26, 1800. 



< Created a district for the purposes of temporary govern- 
ment by act approved July 13, 1787. 

5 Resigned in March, 1800. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of "William 
Henry Harrison, and took his seat November 24, 1800. 



SEVENTH CONGRESS. 



MARCH 4, 1801, to MARCH 3, 1803. 



FIRST SESSION— December 7, 1801, to May 3, 1802. SECOND SESSION— December 6, 
1802, to March 3, 1803. SPECIAL SESSION OF THE SENATE— March 4, 1801, to 
March 5, 1801. 



VICE-PRESIDENT— Aaron Burr, of New York. PRESIDENTS OF THE SENATE PRO 
TEMPORE Abraham Baldwin,' of Georgia; Stephen R. Bradley, 2 of Vermont. SECRETARY OF 
THE SENATE— Samuel A. Otis, of Massachusetts. 

SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE— Nathaniel Macon, of North Carolina. CLERK OF THE 
HOUSE— John Beckley, of Virginia. 



CONNECTICUT. 



James Hillhouse. 



Samuel W. Dana. 
John Davenport. 
Roger Griswold. 
Calvin Goddard. 



Samuel White. 3 



Abraham Baldwin. 



John Milledge. 4 
Peter Early. 6 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



DELAWARE. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVE. 

James A. Bayard. 
GEORGIA. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 

KENTUCKY. 



Uriah Tracy. 



Elias Perkins. 
John C. Smith. 
Benjamin Tallmadge. 



William H. Wells. 



James Jackson. 



Benjamin Taliaferro.' 
David Meriwether. 7 



John Brown. 
Thomas T. Davis. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John Breckinridge. 



John Fowler. 



i Elected December 7, 1801; April 17, 1802. 

' Elected December 14, 1802; February 25, 1803; March 2, 1803. 

3 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Henry 
Latimer in preceding Congress, and took his seat March 4, 
1801 (special session of the Senate); subsequently elected. 

• Resigned May, 1802. 



5 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of John Mil- 
ledge, and took his seat January 10, 1803. 

6 Resigned in 1802. 

3 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Benjamin 
Taliaferro, and took his seat December 6, 1802. 

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CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY. 



John E. Howard. 



John Archer. 
John Campbell. 
John Dennis. 
Daniel Heister. 



MARYLAND. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William Hindman. 1 
Robert Wright. 2 



Joseph II . Nicholson. 
Thomas Plater. 
Samuel Smith. 
Richard Sprigg. 3 
Walter Bowie. 4 



MASSACHUSETTS. 



Dwight Foster. 5 



John Bacon. 
Phanuel Bishop. 
Manasseh Cutler. 
Richard Cutts. 
William Eustis. 
Seth Hastings. 
Silas Lee. 6 
Samuel Thacher. 7 
Ebenezer Mattoon. 



Samuel Livermore.' 
Simeon Olcott. 9 



Abiel Foster. 
Joseph Pierce. 12 
Samuel Hunt. 13 



Jonathan Dayton. 



John Condit. 
Ebenezer Elmer. 
William Helms. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Jonathan Mason. 



Nathan Read. 
William Shepard. 
Josiah Smith. 
Joseph B. Varnum. 
Peleg Wadsworth. 
Lemuel Williams. 



NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 

NEW JERSEY. 

SENATORS. 
REPRE SE NTATIVE S . 

NEW YORK. 



James Sheafe. 10 
William Plumer. 11 



Samuel Tenney. 
George B. Upham. 



Aaron Ogden. 



James Mott. 
Henry Southard. 



Gouverneur Morris. 



Theodorus Bailey. 
Lucas Elmendorf. 
Samuel L. Mitchill. 
Thomas Morris. 
John Smith. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John Armstrong. 1 
De Witt Clinton. 



David Thomas. 
Philip Van Cortlandt. 
John P. Van Ness. 16 
Killian K. Van Rensselaer. 
Benjamin Walker. 



1 Appointed to fill vacancy in term commencing March 4. 
1801, and took his seat March 5, 1801 (special session of the 
Senate). 

8 Elected to fill vacancy in term commencing March 4. 1801, 
and took his seat December 7, 1801. 

3 Besigned in 1802. 

* Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Richard 
Sprigg, and took his scat March 24, 1802. 

' Resigned March 2, 1803. 

« Resigned August 20, 1801. 

7 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Silas Lee, 
and took his seat December 6, 1802. 

» Resigned June 12, 1801. 

9 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Samuel 
Livermore, and took his seat December 7, 1801. 



i° Resigned June 14, 1802. 

i 1 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of James 
Sheafe, and took his seat December 14, 1802. 

w Resigned in 1802. 

is Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Joseph 
Pierce, and took his seat December 6, 1802. 

" Resigned February 10, 1802. 

»5 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of John Arm- 
strong, and took his seat February 23, 1802. 

i« Seat declared forfeited January 17, 1803, he having accepted 
and exercised the office of major of militia, under authority 
of the United States, within the Territory of Columbia. 



SEVENTH CONGRESS. 



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NORTH CAROLINA. 



Jesse Franklin. 



Willis Alston. 
William Barry Grove. 
Archibald Henderson. 
William H. Hill. 
Charles Johnson. 1 
Thomas Wynne. 2 



Vacant. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



James Ross. 



Robert Brown. 
Thomas Boude. 
Andrew Gregg. 
John A. Hanna. 
Joseph Heister. 
Joseph Hemphill. 
William Hoge. 



Theodore Foster. 



Joseph Stanton, jr. 



OHIO. 3 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVE. 

Vacant. 
PENNSYLVANIA 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



David Stone. 



James Holland. 
Nathaniel Macon. 
Richard Stanford. 
John Stanley. 
Robert Williams. 



Vacant. 



RHODE ISLAND. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John Peter Muhlenberg.* 
George Logan. 6 



William Jones. 
Michael Leib. 
John Smilie. 
John Stewart. 
Isaac Van Home. 
Henry W T oods. 



Ray Greene. 6 
Christopher Ellery. 7 



Thomas Tillinghast. 



SOUTH CAROLINA. 



Charles Pinckney.' 
Thomas Sumter. s 



William Butler. 
Benjamin Huger. 
Thomas Lowndes. 
Thomas Moore. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John Ewing Calhoun." 



John Rutledge. 
Thomas Sumter. 11 
Richard Wynn. 12 



Joseph Anderson. 



TENNESSEE. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVE. 

William Dickson. 



William Cocke. 



i Died in 1802. 

s Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Charles Johnson, 
and took his seat December 7, 1802. 

• Admitted as a State into the Union from territory known 
as the Northwest Territory and that was originally ceded to 
the United States by the State of Virginia, November 29, 1802. 

* Resigned in 1801; attended special session of the Senate 
only, March 4-5, 1801. 

6 Appointed to fill vacancy caused bv resignation of John 
Peter Muhlenberg, and took his seat December 7, 1801 ; sub- 
sequently elected. 



« Resigned March 5, 1801. 

7 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Ray Greene, 
and took his seat December 7, 1801. 

8 Resigned in 1801. 

9 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Charles 
Pinckney, and took his seat December 19, 1801. 

'• Died November 3, 1802. 

11 Resigned, December 15, 1801, having been elected Senator, 

12 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Thomas 
Sumter, and took his seat January 24, 1803. 



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CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY. 
VERMONT. 



Elijah Paine. 1 
Stephen R. Bradley. - 



Lewis R. Morris. 



Stevens T. Mason. 



Richard Brent. 
Samuel J. Cabell. 
Thomas Claiborne. 
Matthew Clay. 
John Clopton. 
John Dawson. 
William B. Giles. 
Edwin Gray. 
David Holmes. 
John G. Jackson. 



SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 

VIRGINIA. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



Nathaniel Chipman. 



Israel Smith. 



Wilson C. Nicholas. 



Anthony New. 
Thomas Newton, jr. 
John Randolph, jr. 
John Smith. 
John Stratton. 
John Taliaferro, jr. 
Philip R. Thompson. 
Abram Trigg. 
John Trigs;. 



MISSISSIPPI TERRITORY. 1 



DELEGATES. 



Narsworthy Hunter. 4 Thomas M. Greene. 5 

TERRITORY NORTHWEST OF THE RIVER OHIO. 1 ' 

DELEGATE. 

Paul Fearing. 7 



i Resigned September 1, 1801. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Elijah 
Paine, and took his seat December 7, 1801. 

a Formed from territory ceded to the United States by the 
States of Georgia and South Carolina, April 7, 1798. 

* Died March 11, 1802. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Narsworthy 
Hunter, and took his seat December 6, 1802. 



6 Erected into the State of Ohio, November 29, 1802. 

7 Question raised as to his right to retain his seat after 
November 29,1802, date upon which the Territory was erected 
into the State of Ohio; no other representative appearing, 
was permitted to retain the seat. 



EIGHTH CONGRESS. 



MARCH 4, 1803, TO MARCH 3, 1805. 



FIRST SESSION— October 17, 1803, to March 27, 1804. SECOND SESSION— November 5, 

1804, to March 3, 1805. 



VICE PRESIDENT— Aaron Burr, of New York. PRESIDENTS OF THE SENATE PRO 
TEMPORE — John Brown, 1 of Kentucky; Jesse Franklin,-' of North Carolina; Joseph Anderson, :i of 
Tennessee. SECRETARY OF THE SENATE— Samuel A. Otis, of Massachusetts. 

SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE— Nathaniel Macon, of North Carolina. CLERK OF THE 
HOUSE— John Beckley, of Virginia. 



James Hillhouse. 



Simeon Baldwin. 
Samuel W. Dana. 
John Davenport. 
Calvin Goddard. 



CONNECTICUT. 

SENATORS. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 



Uriah Tracy. 



Roger Griswold. 
John C. Smith. 
Benjamin Tallmadge. 



William H. Wells. 4 
James A. Bayard. 5 



Abraham Baldwin. 



DELAWARE. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVE. 

Caesar A. Rodney. 
GEORGIA. 

SENATORS. 



Samuel White. 



James Jackson. 



Joseph Bryan. 
Peter Early. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Samuel Hammond. 8 
David Meriwether. 



' Elected October 17, 1803; January 23, 1804. 
> Elected March 10, 1804. 

» Elected January 15, 1805; February 28, 1805; March 2, 1805. 
* Resigned November 6, 1804. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of William H. 
Wells, and took his seat January 15, 1805. 



6 Seat declared vacant February 2, 1805. for the reason that he 
had accepted appointment to be civil and military governor of 
upper Louisiana Territory. 



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CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY. 
KENTUCKY. 

SENATORS. 



John Brown. 



George M. Bedinger. 
John Boyle. 
John Fowler. 



Robert Wright. 



John Archer. 
Walter Bowie. 
John Campbell. 
John Dennis. 
Nicholas R. Moore. 



Timothy Pickering. 3 



Phanuel Bishop. 
Jacob Crowninshield. 
Manasseh Cutler. 
Richard Cutte. 
Thomas Dwight. 
William Eustis. 
Seth Hastings. 
Nahum Mitchell. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



MARYLAND. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John Breckinridge. 



Matthew Lyon. 
Thomas Sandford. 
Matthew Walton. 



Samuel Smith. 



William McCreery. 
Daniel Hiester. 1 
Roger Nelson. 2 
Joseph H. Nicholson. 
Thomas Plater. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 4 



John Quincy Adams. 



Ebenezer Seaver. 
Tompson J. Skinner. 8 
Simon Larned. 6 
William Stedman. 
Samuel Taggart. 
Samuel Thacher. 
Joseph B. Varnum. 
Peleg Wadsworth. 
Lemuel Williams. 



NEW HAMPSHIRE. 



Simeon Olcott. 



SENATORS. 



William Plumer. 



Silas Betton . 
Clifton Clagett. 
David Hough. 



Jonathan Dayton. 

Adam Boyd. 
Ebenezer Elmer. 
William Helms. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



NEW JERSEY. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES . 



Samuel Hunt. 
Samuel Tennev. 



John Condit.. 

James Mott. 
James Sloan. 
Henry Southard. 



' Died March 7, 1804. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Daniel Heister, 
and took his seat November 6, 1804. 

3 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Dwight 
Foster in preceding Congress, and took his seat October 17, 1803. 



* Phineas Bruce was elected a member, but was stricken with 
a malady that prevented him from qualifying. 

'* Resigned August 10, 1S04. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Tompson J. 
Skinner, and took his seat November 5, 1S04. 



EIGHTH CONGRESS. 
NEW YORK. 



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De Witt Clinton. 1 
John Armstrong. 2 
John Smith. 3 



Gaylord Griswold. 

Josiah Hasbrouck. 

Henry W. Livingston. 

Andrew McCord. 

Samuel L. Mitchill. 7 

George Clinton, jr.* 

Beriah Palmer. 

John Patterson. 

Oliver Phelps, Canandaigua. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Theodorus Bailey. 4 
John Armstrong. 5 
Samuel L. Mitchell. 6 



Erastus Root. 

Joshua Sands. 

Thomas Sammons. 

John Smith. 9 

Samuel Riker. 10 

David Thomas. 

George Tibbitts. 

Philip Van Cortlandt. 

Killian K. Van Rensselaer. 

Daniel C. Verplanck. 



NORTH CAROLINA. 



Jesse Franklin. 



Nathaniel Alexander. 
Willis Alston, jr. 
William Blaeklege. 
James Gillespie. 11 
James Holland. 
William Kennedy. 



John Smith. 13 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



OHIO. 12 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVE. 

Jeremiah Morrow. 15 
PENNSYLVANIA. 



David Stone. 



Nathaniel Macon. 
Samuel D. Purviance. 
Richard Stanford. 
Marmaduke Williams. 
Joseph Winston. 
Thomas Wynns. 



Thomas Worthington. 14 



George Logan. 



David Bard. 
Robert Brown. 
Joseph Clay. 
Frederick Conrad. 
William Findley. 
Andrew Gregg. 
John A. Hanna. 
Joseph Heister. 
William Hoge. 16 
John Hoge. 17 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Samuel Maclay. 



Isaac Anderson. 
Michael Leib. 
John B. C. Lucas. 
John Rea. 
Jacob Richards. 
John Smilie. 
John Stewart. 
Isaac Van Home. 
John Whitehill. 



' Resigned November 11, 1S03. 

2 Appointed to fill vacancy in term commencing March 4, 
1801, caused by resignation of De Witt Clinton, and took his seat 
December", 1803: served in this class until February 4, 1804, 
when he was elected to succeed Theodorus Bailey, resigned. 
(See also footnote 11 following). 

3 Elected to fill vacancy in term commencing March 4, 1801, 
caused by the resignation of De Witt Clinton, and took his seat 
February 23, 1804. 

4 Resigned January 16, 1804. 

'■> Elected to fill vacancy in term commencing March 4, 1803, 
caused by the resignation of Theodorus Bailey, and took his 
seat under the new credentials February 25, 1804; served in 
this class until June 30. 1804, when he resigned to become min- 
ister to France. 

^Elected to fill vacancy in term commencing March 4, 1803, 
caused by the resignations of Theodorus Bailey and John Arm- 
strong, and took his seat November 23, 1S04. 



' Resigned November 22, 1804. having been elected Senator. 

' Elected to fill vacancv caused bv resignation of Samuel L. 
Mitchell, and took his seat February 14, 1805. 

^Resigned February 23, 1804, having been elected Senator. 

10 Elected to fill vacancv caused bv resignation of John 
Smith, and took his seat November 5,'lS04. 

"Died January 10, 1805. 

12 Admitted as a State into the Union November 29, 1802. 

> 3 Took his seat October 25, 1803; term to expire, as deter- 
mined by lot, March 3, 1809. 

"Took his seat October 17, 1803; term to expire as deter- 
mined by lot, March 3, 1807. 

15 Took his seat October 17, 1803. 

' 6 Resigned 1804. 

17 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of William 
Hoge, and took his seat November 27, 1804. 



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CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY. 



Christopher Ellery. 



Nehemiah Knight. 



Thomas Sumter. 



RHODE ISLAND. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 

SENATORS. 



Samuel J. Potter. 1 
Benjamin Howland. 2 



Joseph Stanton. 



Pierce Butler. 3 
John Gaillard. 4 



William Butler. 
Levi Casey. 
John B. Earle. 
Wade Hampton. 



REPRESENTATIVES . 



TENNESSEE. 



Benjamin Huger. 
Thomas Lowndes. 
Thomas Moore. 
Richard Wynn. 



SENATORS. 



Joseph Anderson. 



William Cocke. 



George Washington Campbell. 
William Dickson. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



VERMONT. 



John Rhea. 



SENATORS. 



Stephen R. Bradley. 



Israel Smith. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William Chamberlain. 
Martin Chittenden. 



James Elliot. 
Gideon Olin. 



' Died October 14, 1.S04. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Samuel J. Pot- 
ter, and took his seat December 3, 1804. 

3 Elected to fill vacancy in term commencing March 4, 1801, 
caused by death of John E. Calhoun in preceding Congress, and 



took his seat October 18, 1S03; resigned in 1804; vacancy in 
this class from November 3, 1S02, to October 18, 1803. 

* Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Pierce 
Butler, and took his seat January 31, 1805. 



EIGHTH CONGRESS. 



59 



Stevens T. Mason. 1 
John Taylor. 2 
Abraham B. Venable. 3 
William B. Giles. 4 
Andrew Moore. 6 



Thomas Claiborne. 
John Trigg. 9 
Christopher Clark. 10 
Matthew Clay. 
John Clopton. 
John Dawson. 
John W. Eppes. 
Peterson Goodwyn. 
Edwin Gray. 
Thomas Griffin. 
David Holmes. 
John G. Jackson. 
Walter Jones. 



VIRGINIA. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Wilson C. Nicholas. 6 
Andrew Moore. 7 
William B. Giles. 8 



Thomas Lewis." 
Andrew Moore. 1 ' 2 
Alexander Wilson. 13 
Anthony New. 
Thomas Newton, jr. 
John Randolph, jr. 
Thomas M. Randolph. 
John Smith. 
James Stephenson. 
Philip R. Thompson. 
Abram Trigg. 
Joseph Lewis, jr. 



MISSISSIPPI TERRITORY. 



DELEGATE. 



William Lattimore. 14 



i Died May 10. 1803. 

» Appointed to fill vacancy in term ending March 3, 1809, 
caused by death of Stevens T. Mason, and took his seat Octo- 
ber 17. 1803. 

s Elected to fill vacancy in term ending March 3, 1809, 
caused by death of Stevens T. Mason, and took his seat 
December 13, 1803; resigned June 7, 1804. 

* Appointed to fill vacancy in term ending March 3, 1809, 
caused by resignation of Abraham B. Venable, and took his 
seat November 5, 1S04; subsequently elected to fill vacancy 
caused by resignation of Wilson C. Nichols. (See note 8 be- 
low.) 

6 Elected to fill vacancy in term ending March 3, 1809, 
caused bv resignation of Abraham B. Venable, and qualified 
under these credentials December 17, 1804; antecedently ap- 
pointed to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Wilson C. 
Nichols. (See note 7 below.) 

8 Resigned Mav 22, 1804. 

'Appointed to fill vacancy in term ending March 3, 1805, 
caused by resignation of Wilson C. Nichols, and took his seat 



November 6, 1804; subsequently elected to fill vacancy caused 
by resignation of Abraham B. Venable. (See note 5 above.) 

8 Elected to fill vacancy in term ending March 3, 1805, 
caused by resignation of Wilson C. Nichols, and took his seat 
December 17, 1804; antecedently appointed to fill vacancy 
caused by resignation of Abraham B. Venable. (See note 4 
above.) 

» Died May 17, 1804. 

i° Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of John Trigg, and 
took his seat November 5, 1804. 

11 Served until March 5, 1804; succeeded by Andrew Moore, 
who contested his election. (Counsel were heard at bar of 
House in this case.) 

i! Successfully contested the election of Thomas Lewis, and 
took his seat March 5, 1804; resigned November 6, 1804, having 
been appointed Senator. 

is Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Andrew 
Moore, and took bis seat December 4, 1804. 

» Took his seat October 17, 1803. 



NINTH CONGRESS. 



MARCH 4, 1805, TO MARCH 3, 1807. 



FIRST SESSION— December 2, 1805, to April 21, 1806. SECOND SESSION— December 
1, 1806, to March 3, 1807. SPECIAL SESSION OF THE SENATE— March 4, 1805, 
for one day only. 



VICE-PRESIDENT— George Clinton, of New York. PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE PRO 
TEMPORE— Samuel Smith, 1 of Maryland. SECRETARY OF THE SENATE— Samuel A. Otis, Of 
Massachusetts. 

SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE— Nathaniel Macon, of North Carolina. CLERK OF THE HOUSE— 
John Beckley, of Virginia. 



CONNECTICUT. 



James Hillhouse. 



Samuel W. Dana. 
John Davenport, jr. 
Jonathan O. Moseley. 
Timothy Pitkin, jr. 



Samuel White. 



Abraham Baldwin. 



Joseph Bryan. 6 
Dennis Smelt. 7 
Peter Early. 
David Meriwether. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



DELAWARE. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVE. 

James M. Broom. 
GEORGIA. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



Uriah Tracy. 



John Cotton Smith. 2 
Theodore Dwight. 3 
Lewis B. Sturgis. 
Benjamin Tallmadge. 



James A. Bayard, 2d. 



James Jackson. 4 
John Milledge. 5 



Cowles Mead. 8 
Thomas Spalding. 1 
William W. Bibb.' 



i Elected December 2, 1805, March 18, 1806, and March 2, 1S07. 

2 Resigned in August, 1806. 

3 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of John Cotton 
Smith, and took his seat December 1, 1806. 

« Died March 19, 1806. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of James Jackson, 
and took his seat December 11, 1806. 
c Resigned in 1806. 

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7 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Joseph 
Bryan, and took his seat December 26, 1806. 

8 Served until December 24, 1805; succeeded by Thomas 
Spalding, who contested his election. 

9 Successfully contested the election of Cowles Mead, and 
took his seat December 24, 1805; resigned, 1806. 

]0 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Thomas 
Spalding, and took his seat January 26, 1807. 



NINTH CONGRESS. 



61 



John Breckinridge. 1 
John Adair. 2 
Henry Clay. 3 

George M. Bedinger. 
John Boyle. 
John Fowler. 



Robert Wright.' 1 
Philip Reed. 6 



John Archer. 
John Campbell. 
Leonard Covington. 
Joseph H. Nicholson. 1 
Edward Lloyd. 7 



KENTUCKY. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 

MARYLAND. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



Buckner Thruston. 



Matthew Lyon. 
Thomas Sandford. 
.Matthew Walton. 



Samuel Smith. 



Patrick Magruder. 
William McCreery. 
Nicholas R. Moore. 
Roger Nelson. 
Charles Goldsborough. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 



Timothy Pickering. 



Joseph Barker. 
Barnabas Bidwell. 
Phanuel Bishop. 
John Chandler. 
Orchard Cook. 
Jacob Crowninshield. 
Richard Cutts. 
William Ely. 
Isaiah L. Green. 



William Plumer. 



Silas Betton. 
Caleb Ellis. 
David Hough. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John Quincy Adams. 



Seth Hastings. 
Jeremiah Nelson. 
Josiah Quincy. 
Ebenezer Seaver. 
William Stedman. 
Samuel Taggart . 
Joseph B. Varnum. 
Peleg Wadsworth. 



NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 

NEW JERSEY. 



Nicholas Oilman. 



Samuel Tenney. 
Thomas W. Thompson. 



John Condit. 



Ezra Darby. 
Ebenezer Elmer. 
William Helms. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Aaron Kitchell. 



John Lambert. 
James Sloan. 
Henry Southard. 



1 Resigned August 7, 1805, to become Attorney General. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy in term ending March 3, 1807, caused 
by resignation of John Breckinridge, and took his seat Decem- 
ber 9, 1805; resigned, ISOfi. 

3 Elected to fill vacancy in term ending March 3. 1807. caused 
by resignations of John Breckenridge and John Adair, and took 
Ms seat December 29, 1806. 



• Resigned November 26, 1806. 

5 Elected to fill vacancy caused bv resignation of Robert 
Wright, and took his seat December 29, 1806. 

6 Resigned March 1 1806. 

1 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Joseph H. 
Nicholson, and took his seat December 3, 1806. 



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CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY. 



John Smith. 



John Blake, jr. 
George Clinton, jr. 
Silas Halsey. 
Henry W. Livingston. 
Josiah Masters. 
Gurdon S. Mumford. 
John Russell. 
Peter Sailly. 
Thomas Sammons. 



NEW YORK. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Samuel L. Mitchill. 



Martin G. Schuneman. 
David Thomas. 
Uri Tracy. 

Philip Van Cortlandt. 
Killian K. Van Rensselaer. 
Daniel C. Verplanck. 
Eliphalet Wickes. 
Nathan Williams. 
Daniel D. Tompkins. 1 



NORTH CAROLINA. 



SENATORS. 



David Stone. : 



James Turner. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Nathaniel Alexander. 3 
Evan Alexander. 4 
Willis Alston, jr. 
William Blacklege. 
Thomas Blount. 
James Holland. 
Thomas Kenan. 



John Smith. 



George Logan. 

Isaac Anderson. 
David Bard. 
Robert Brown. 
Joseph Clay. 
Frederick Conrad. 
William Findley. 
Andrew Gregg. 
John Hamilton. 
James Kelly. 



OHIO. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVE. 

Jeremiah Morrow. 
PENNSYLVANIA. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



Nathaniel Macon. 
Duncan McFarlan. 
Richard Stanford. 
Marmaduke Williams. 
Joseph Winston. 
Thomas Wynns. 



Thomas Worthington. 



Samuel Maclay. 

Michael Leib. 5 
John Porter. 
John Pugh. 
John Rea. 
Jacob Richards. 
John Smilie. 
Samuel Smith. 
John Whitehill. 
Robert Whitehill. 



RHODE ISLAND. 



Benjamin Howland. 
Nehemiah Knight. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



James Fenner. 



Joseph Stanton. 



1 Resigned July 2, 180.5, before the assembling of Congress. 

2 Resigned February 17, 1807. 

3 Resigned in November, 1805, having been elected governor. 
* Elected to fill vacancy caused bv resignation of Nathaniel 

Alexander, and took his seat February 24, 1806. 



5 Election unsuccessfully contested by John Douglas; re- 
signed February 14, 1806. 

6 Elected to nil vacancy caused by resignation of Michaei 
Leib, and took his seat December 8, i806. 



NINTH CONGRESS. 



63 



Thomas Sumter. 



William Butler. 
Levi Casey. 1 

Elias Earfe. 
Robert Marion. 



Joseph Anderson. 



George W. Campbell. 
William Dickson. 



Stephen R. Bradley. 

Martin Chittenden. 
James Elliot. 



William B. Giles. 

Burwell Bassett. 
John Claiborne. 
Christopher Clark. 2 
William A. Burwell. 1 
Matthew Clay. 
John Clopton. 
John Dawson. 
John W. Eppes. 
James M. Garnett. 
Peterson Goodwin. 
Edwin Gray. 
David Holmes. 



SOUTH CAROLINA. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



John Gaillard. 



TENNESSEE. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 

VERMONT. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 

VIRGINIA. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



Thomas Moore. 
O'Brien Smith. 
David R. Williams. 
Richard Wynn. 



Daniel Smith. 
John Rhea. 

Israel Smith. 

James Fisk. 
Gideon Olin. 

Andrew Moore. 

John G. Jackson. 
Walter Jones. 
Joseph Lewis, jr. 
John Morrow. 
Thomas Newton, jr. 
John Randolph. 
Thomas M. Randolph. 
John Smith. 
Philip R. Thompson. 
Abram Trim;. 
Alexander Wilson. 



INDIANA TERRITORY. 4 

DELEGATE. 

Benjamin Parke. 5 
MISSISSIPPI TERRITORY. 

DELEGATE. 

William Lattimore. 
TERRITORY OF ORLEANS." 

DELEGATE. 

Daniel Clark. 7 



i Died February 1, 1807. 

s Resigned July 1, 1806. 

3 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Christopher 
Clark, and took his seat December 1, 1806. 

' Formed from a portion of the Northwest Territory and 
from lands originally ceded to the United States by the 
State of Virginia, May 7, 1800, with seat of government at 
Vincennes. 



■■> Took his seat December 12, 1805. 

8 Formed March 26, 1804, from a portion of country ceded by 
France to the United States under the name of Louisiana by 
the treaty of Paris of April 30, 1803. 

' Took his seat December 1, 1806. 



TENTH CONGRESS. 



MARCH 4, 1807, TO MARCH 3, 1809. 



FIRST SESSION— October 26, 1807, to April 25, 1808. 

7, 1808, to March 3, 1809. 



SECOND SESSION— November 



VICE-PRESIDENT— George Clinton, of New York. PRESIDENTS OF THE SENATE PRO 
TEMPORE— Samuel Smith, 1 of Maryland; Stephen R. Bradley,-' of Vermont; John Milledge, 3 of 
Georgia. SECRETARY OF THE SENATE— Samuel A. Otis, of Massachusetts. 

SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE — Joseph B. Varnum, of Massachusetts. CLERK OF THE 
HOUSE— Patrick Magruder, of Maryland. 



James Hillhouse. 



Epaphroditus Champion. 
Samuel W. Dana. 
John Davenport, jr. 
Jonathan O. Moseley. 



Samuel White. 



CONNECTICUT. 

SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



DELAWARE. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVE. 

Nicholas Van Dyke. 
GEORGIA. 



Uriah Tracy. 4 
Chauncey Goodrich. 5 

Timothy Pitkin, jr. 
Lewis B. Sturgis. 
Benjamin Tallmadge. 



James A. Bayard, 2d. 



Abraham Baldwin. 6 

George Jones. 7 
William H. Crawford. 8 

William W. Bibb. 
Howell Cobb. 



Buckner Thruston. 

John Boyle. 
Joseph Desha. 
Benjamin Howard. 



SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES . 

KENTUCKY. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



John Milledge. 



Dennis Smelt. 
George M. Troup. 



John Pope. 

Richard M. Johnson. 
Matthew Lyon. 
John Rowan. 



1 Elected April 16, 1808. 
« Elected December 28, 1808. 
3 Elected January 30, 1809. 
« Died July 19, 1807. 

s Elected to fill vacancy caused by death ot Uriah Tracy, 
and took his seat November 27, 1807. 

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« Died March 4, 1S07. 

7 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by death of Abraham 
Baldwin, and took his seat October 26, 1807. 

» Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Abraham 
Baldwin, and took his seat December 9, 1807. 



TENTH CONGRESS. 



65 



Samuel Smith. 

John Campbell. 
Charles W. Goldsborough 
Philip B. Key. 1 
Edward Lloyd. 
William McCreery. 2 



Timothy Pickering. 



Ezekiel Bacon. 
Joseph Barker. 
John Chandler. 
Orchard Cook. 
Jacob Crowninshield. 
Joseph Story. 6 
Richard Cutts. 
Josiah Dean. 
William Ely. 



Nicholas Oilman. 



Peter Carlton. 
Daniel M. Durell. 
Francis Gardner. 



John Condit. 



Ezra Darby. 7 
Adam Boyd. 8 
William Helms. 
John Lambert. 



MARYLAND. 

SENATORS. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 



Philip Reed. 

John Montgomery. 
Nicholas R. Moore. 
Roger Nelson. 
Archibald Van Home. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John Quincy Adams. 3 
James Lloyd, jr. 4 

Daniel Ilsley. 

Edward St. Loe Livermore. 
Josiah Quincy. 
Ebenezer Seaver. 
William Stedman. 
Samuel Taggart. 
Jabez Upham. 
Joseph B. Varnum. 
Isaiah L. Green. 



NEW HAMPSHIRE. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



NEW JERSEY. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



NEW YORK. 



Nahum Parker. 



Jedediah K. Smith. 
Clement Storer. 



Aaron Kitchell. 



Thomas Newbold. 
James Sloan. 
Henry Southard. 



John Smith. 



John Blake, jr. 
George Clinton, jr. 
Barent Gardenier. 
John Harris. 
Reuben Humphrey. 
William Kirkpatrick. 
Josiah Masters. 
Gurdon S. Mumford. 
Samuel Riker. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Samuel L. Mitchill. 



John Russell. 
Peter Swart. 
David Thomas. 9 
Nathan Wilson. 10 
John Thompson. 
James Q. Van Allen. 
Philip Van Cortlandt. 
Killian K. Van Rensselaer. 
Daniel C. Verplanck. 



i Election was questioned upon the grounds that he was 
not a resident of the district and that he was a British pen- 
sioner; a resolution declaring him entitled to his seat was 
passed by a vote of 57 to 52, March 18, 1808. 

2 Election unsuccessfully contested by Joshua Barney. 

« Resigned June 8, 1808. 

« Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of John Quincy 
Adams, and took his seat November 7, 1808. 

* Died April 15, 1808. 

50346°— S. Doc. 654, 61-2 5 



8 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Jacob Crownin- 
shield, and took his seat December 20, 1808. 

' Died January 28, 1808. 

» Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Ezra Darby , and 
took his seat April 1, 1808. 

• Resigned May 1, 1808. 

>° Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of David 
Thomas, and took his seat November 7, 1808. 



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CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY. 
NORTH CAROLINA. 



James Turner. 



Evan Alexander. 
Willis Alston, jr. 
William Blacklege 
Thomas Blount. 
John Culpeper 1 
Meshack Franklin . 



John Smith. 2 
Return J. Meigs. 3 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



OHIO. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVE. 

Jeremiah Morrow. 



Jesse Franklin. 



James Holland. 
Thomas Kenan. 
Nathaniel Macon. 
Lemuel Sawyer. 
Richard Stanford. 
Marmaduke Williams. 



Edward Tiffin. 



Samuel Maclay. 4 
Michael Leib. 5 



David Bard. 
Robert Brown. 
Joseph Clay. 6 
Benjamin Say. 7 
William Findley. 
John Heister. 
William Hoge. 
Robert Jenkins. 
James Kelly. 
William Milnor. 



PENNSYLVANIA. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



Andrew Gregg. 



John Porter. 
John Pugh. 
John Rea. 
Jacob Richards. 
Matthias Richards. 
John Smilie. 
Samuel Smith. 
Robert Whitehill. 
Daniel Montgomery, jr. 



RHODE ISLAND. 



James Fenner. 8 
Elisha Mathewson. 9 



Nehemiah Knight. 10 
Richard Jackson. u 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Benjamin Howland. 



Isaac Wilbour. 



SOUTH CAROLINA. 



Thomas Sumter. 



Lemuel J. Alston. 
William Butler. 
Joseph Calhoun. 
Robert Marion. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John Gaillard. 



Thomas Moore. 
John Taylor. 
David R. Williams. 
Richard Wynn. 



i Election contested by Duncan McFarland; the House on 
January 2, 1808, declared the seat vacant on account of 
irregularities; subsequently elected, and took his seat February 
23, 1808. 

2 Tried by Senate for complicity with Aaron Burr; but res- 
olution of expulsion negatived April 9, 1808; resigned April 25, 
1808. (See Senate Election Cases, edition 1903, pp. 934-948). 

s Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of John Smith, 
and took his seat January 6, 1809. 

* Resigned January 4, 1809. 

' Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Samuel 
Maclay, and took his seat January 19, 1809. 



6 Resigned in 1808. 

7 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Joseph 
Clay, and took his seat November 16, 1808. 

8 Resigned in September, 1807, having been elected governor. 

9 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of James Fen- 
ner, and took his seat November 20, 1807. 

>» Died June 13, 1808. 

u Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Nehemiah 
Knight, and took his seat November 11, 1808. 



TENTH CONGRESS. 



67 



Joseph Anderson. 



George W. Campbell. 
John Rhea. 



Stephen R. Bradley. 



Martin Chittenden. 
James Elliott. 
James Fisk. 



William B. Giles. 



Burwell Bassett. 
William A. Burwell. 
John Claiborne. 5 
Thomas Gholson, jr. 
Matthew Clay. 
John Clopton. 
John Dawson. 
John W. Eppes. 
James M. Garnett. 
Peterson Goodwin. 
Edwin Gray. 
David Holmes. 



TENNESSEE. 

SENATORS. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

VERMONT. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 

VIRGINIA. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



Daniel Smith. 



Jesse Wharton. 



Israel Smith. 1 
Jonathan Robinson. 2 



James Witherell. 3 
Samuel Shaw. 4 



Andrew Moore. 



John G. Jackson. 
Walter Jones. 
Joseph Lewis, jr. 
John Love. 
John Morrow. 
Thomas Newton, jr. 
Wilson Carey Nicholas. 
John Randolph. 
John Smith. 
Abram Trigg. 
Alexander Wilson. 



INDIANA TERRITORY. 



DELEGATES. 



Benjamin Parke. 7 Jesse B. Thomas. 8 

MISSISSIPPI TERRITORY. 

DELEGATE. 

George Poindexter. 
TERRITORY OF ORLEANS. 

DELEGATE. 

Daniel Clark. 



i Resigned October 1, 1807, having been elected governor. 

2 Elected to nil vacancy caused by resignation of Israel Smith, 
and took his seat October 26, 1807. 

3 Resigned May 1, 1808. 

< Elected to nil vacancy caused by resignation of James 
Witherell, and took his seat November 8, 1808. 



* Died October 9, 1808. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of John Claiborne, 
and took his seat November 7, 1808. 

' Resigned March 1, 1808. 

8 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Benjamin 
Parke, and took his seat 'December 1, 1808. 



ELEVENTH CONGRESS. 



MARCH 4, 1809, TO MARCH 3, 1811. 



FIRST SESSION— May 22, 1809, to June 28, 1809. SECOND SESSION— November 27, 
1809, to May 1, 1810. THIRD SESSION— December 3, 1810, to March 3, 1811. 
SPECIAL SESSION OF THE SENATE— March 4, 1809, to March 7, 1809. 



VICE PRESIDENT— George Clinton, of New York. PRESIDENTS OF THE SENATE PRO 
TEMPORE— Andrew Gregg, 1 of Pennsylvania; John Gaillard, 2 of South Carolina; John Pope, 3 of 
Kentucky. SECRETARY OF THE SENATE— Samuel A. Otis, of Massachusetts. 

SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE— Joseph B. Varnum, of Massachusetts. CLERK OF THE 
HOUSE — Patrick Magruder, of Maryland. 



Jamea Hillhouse. 4 
Samuel W. Dana. 5 

Epaphroditus Champion. 
Samuel W. Dana. 6 
Ebenezer Huntington. 7 
John Davenport. 



Samuel White. 3 
Outerbridge Horaey. 9 



CONNECTICUT. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



DELAWARE. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVE . 

Nicholas Van Dyke. 
GEORGIA. 

SENATORS. 



Chauncey Goodrich. 



Jonathan O. Moseley. 
Timothy Pitkin, jr. 
Lewis B. Sturgis. 
Benjamin Tallmadge. 



Jamea A. Bayard, 2d. 



John Milledge. 1 
Charles Tait." 



William H. Crawford. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William W. Bibb. 
Howell Cobb. 



Dennia Smelt. 
George M. Troup. 



i Elected June 26, 1809. 

2 Elected February 28, 1810; reelected April 17, 1810. 

s Elected February 23, 1811. 

< Resigned June 10, 1810. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of James Hill- 
house, and took his seat December 4, 1810. 

6 Resigned in May, 1810, having been elected Senator. 

' Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation ol Samuel W. 
Dana, and took his seat December 3, 1810. 

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» Died November 4, 1809. 

» Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Samuel White, 
and took his seat January 29, 1810. 

"Resigned November 14, 1809. 

11 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of John Mill- 
edge, and took his seat December 28, 1809. 



ELEVENTH CONGRESS. 



69 



Buckner Thruston. 1 
Henry Clay. 2 

Benjamin Howard. 3 
William T. Barry. * 
Henry Crist. 
Joseph Desha. 



KENTUCKY. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 

MARYLAND. 



John Pope. 



Richard M. Johnson. 
Matthew Lyon. 
Samuel McKee. 



Samuel Smith. 

John Campbell. 
( 'harles W. Goldsborough. 
Philip B. Key. 
Alexander McKim. 
John Montgomery. 
Nicholas R. Moore. 



Timothy Pickering. 

Ezekiel Bacon. 
William Baylies. 9 
Charles Turner, jr. 10 
Orchard Cook. 
Richard Cutts. 
William Ely. 
Gideon Gardner. 
Barzillai Gannett. 
Edward St. Loe Livermore. 
Benjamin Pickman, jr. 



Nicholas Gilman. 



Daniel Blaisdell. 
John C. Chamberlain. 
William Hale. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Philip Reed. 

Roger Nelson. 5 
Samuel Ringgold. 6 
Archibald Van Horn. 
John Brown. 7 
Robert Wright. 8 



MASSACHUSETTS. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



James Lloyd, jr. 

Josiah Quincy. 
Ebenezer Seaver. 
William Stedman. 11 
Abijah Bigelow. 12 
Samuel Taggart. 
Jabez Upham. 13 
Joseph Allen. 14 
Joseph B. Varnum. 
Laban Wheaton. 
Ezekiel Whitman. 



NEW HAMPSHIRE. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



NEW JERSEY. 



Nahum Parker. 15 

Charles Cutts. 16 

Nathaniel A. Haven. 
James Wilson. 



Aaron Kitchell. 17 
John Condit. 18 

Adam Boyd. 
James Cox. 19 
John A. Scudder. 20 
William Helms. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John Lambert. 



Thomas Newbold. 
Henry Southard. 
Jacob Hufty. 



1 Resigned December 18, 1809. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Buckner 
Thruston, and took his seat February 5, 1810. 

'" Resigned April 10, 1810, to become governor of Upper 
Louisiana. 

< Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Benjamin 
Howard, and took his seat December 13, 1810. 

<• Resigned May 14, 1810. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Roger 
Nelson, and took his seat December 7, 1810. 

' Resigned in 1810. 

s Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation ol John 
Brown, and took his seat Decern ber 3, 1810. 

9 Served until June 28, 1809; succeeded by Charles Turner 
jr., who contested his election. 

'• Successfully contested the election of William Baylies, and 
took his seat June 28, 1809. 



» Resigned July 16, 1810. 

" Elected to fill vacancy caused bv resignation of William 
Stedman, and took his seat December 14, 1810. 

"Resigned in 1810. 

u Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Jabez Up- 
ham, and took his seat December 13, 1810. 

"Resigned in 1810. 

"Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Nahum 
Parker, and took his seat December 4, 1810. 

"Resigned March 12, 1809. 

18 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Aaron 
Kitchell, and took his seat May 24, 1809; subsequently elected. 

19 Died September 12, 1810. 

20 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of James Cox, and 
took his seat December 3, 1810. 



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CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY. 



John Smith. 

James Emott. 
Jonathan Fisk. 
Barent Gardenier. 
Thomas R. Gold. 
Herman Knickerbacker. 
Robert Le Roy Livingston. 
Vincent Matthews. 
Samuel L. Mitchill. 1 
Gurdon S. Mumford. 



NEW YORK. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



NORTH CAROLINA. 



James Turner. 



Willis Alston, jr. 
James Cochran. 
Meshack Franklin. 
James Holland. 
Thomas Kenan. 
William Kennedy 



Edward Tiffin. 2 
Stanley Griswold. 3 
Alexander Cambpell. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES . 



OHIO. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVE . 

Jeremiah Morrow. 
PENNSYLVANIA. 

SENATORS. 



Andrew Gregg. 



William Anderson. 
David Bard. 
Robert Brown. 
William Crawford. 
William Findley. 
Daniel Heister. 
Robert Jenkins. 
Aaron Lyle. 
William Milnor. 
John Porter. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Obadiah German. 

John Nicholson. 
Peter B. Porter. 
Erastus Root. 
Ebenezer Sage. 
Thomas Sammons. 
John Thompson. 
Uri Tracy. 
Killian K. Van Rensselaer. 



Jesse Franklin. 



Nathaniel Macon. 
Archibald McBryde. 
Joseph Pearson. 
Lemuel Sawyer. 
Richard Stanford. 
John Stanly. 



Return J. Meigs, jr. 5 
Thomas Worthington. 1 



Michael Leib. 



John Rea. 
Matthias Richards. 
John Ross. 
Benjamin Say. 7 
Adam Seybert. 8 
John Smilie. 
George Smith. 
Samuel Smith. 
Robert Whitehill. 



RHODE ISLAND. 



Elisha Mathewson. 



Richard Jackson, jr. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Francis Malbone. 9 
Christopher G. Champlin." 1 



Elisha R. Potter. 



1 Elected to fill vacancy in the term commencing March 4, 
1809, and took his seat December 4, 1810. William Deming 
was elected, but never qualified. 

a Resigned March 3, 1809. 

3 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Edward 
Tiflin, and took his seat June 2. 1809. 

* Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Edward 
Tiflin, and took his seat January 12, 1810. 

s Resigned May 1, 1810. 



« Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Return 
J. Meigs, jr., and took his seat January 8, 1811. 

' Resigned June, 1809. 

« Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Benjamin 
Say, and took his seat November 27, 1809. 

3 Died June 4, 1809. 

m Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Francis Mal- 
bone, and took his seat January 12, 1810. 



ELEVENTH CONGRESS. 



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Thomas Sumter. 1 
John Taylor. 2 



Lemuel J. Alston. 
William Butler. 
Joseph Calhoun . 
Robert Marion. 3 
Langdon Cheves. 4 



Joseph Anderson. 



Pleasant M. Miller. 
John Rhea. 



Stephen R. Bradley. 



William Chamberlain. 
Martin Chittenden. 



William B. Giles. 



Burwell Bassett. 
James Breckenridge. 
William A. Burwell. 
Matthew Clay. 
John CI op ton. 
John G. Jackson. 8 
William McKinley. 9 
John Dawson. 
John W. Eppes. 
Thomas Gholson, jr. 
Peterson Goodwin. 
Edwin Gray. 



SOUTH CAROLINA. 

SENATORS. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 



John Gaillard. 



TENNESSEE. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 

VERMONT. 

SENATORS. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

VIRGINIA. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



Thomas Moore. 
John Taylor. 6 
Richard Wynn. 
Robert Witherspoon. 



Daniel Smith. 6 
Jenkins Whiteside. 7 



Robert Weakley. 



Jonathan Robinson. 



Jonathan H. Hubbard. 
Samuel Shaw. 



Richard Brent. 



Walter Jones. 
Joseph Lewis, jr. 
John Love. 
Thomas Newton, jr. 
Wilson C. Nicholas. 11 ' 
David S.Garland. 11 
John Randolph. 
John Roane. 
Daniel Sheffey. 
John Smith. 
James Stephenson. 
Jacob Swoope. 



INDIANA TERRITORY. 

DELEGATE. 

Jonathan Jennings. 12 
MISSISSIPPI TERRITORY. 

DELEGATE. 

George Poindexter. 
TERRITORY OF ORLEANS. 

DELEGATE. 

Julian Poydras. 13 



' Resigned 1810. 

' Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Thomas 
Sumter, and took his seatDecember 31, 1810. 

3 Resigned December 4, 1811. 

4 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Robert 
Marion, and took his seat January 24. 1811. 

5 Resigned December 31, 1810, having been elected Senator. 
• Resigned March 31, 1809. 

7 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Daniel 
Smith, and took his seat May 20, 1809. 



8 Resigned September 28, 1S10. 

9 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of John G. 
Jackson, and took his seat December 21, 1810. 

'» Resigned November 28, 1809. 

11 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Wilson C. 
Nicholas, and took his seat January 17, 1810. 

12 Took his seat November 27, 1809; election unsuccessfully 
contested by Thomas Randolph. 

» Took his seat May 31, 1809. 



TWELFTH CONGRESS. 



MARCH 4, 1811, TO MARCH 3, 1813. 



FIRST SESSION— November 4, 1811, to July 6, 1812. SECOND SESSION— November 2, 

1812, to March 3, 1813. 



VICE PRESIDENT— George Clinton, 1 of New York. PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE PRO 
TEMPORE— William H. Crawford, 2 of Georgia. SECRETARY OF THE SENATE— Samuel A. Otis, 
of Massachusetts. 

SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE— Henry Clay, of Kentucky. CLERK OF THE HOUSE— Patrick 
Magruder, of Maryland. 



Chauncey Goodrich. 

Epaphroditus Champion. 
John Davenport, jr. 
Lyman Law. 
Jonathan 0. Moseley. 



James A. Bayard, 2d 3 



CONNECTICUT. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



DELAWARE. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVE. 

Henry M. Bidgeley. 



Samuel W. Dana. 

Timothy Pitkin, jr. 
Lewis B. Sturgis. 
Benjamin Tallmadge. 



Outerbridge Horsey. 



William H. Crawford. 



William W. Bibb. 
Howell Cobb. 4 
William Barnett. 6 



John Pope. 

Henry Clay. 
Joseph Desha. 
Richard M. Johnson. 



GEORGIA. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



KENTUCKY. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



Charles Tait. 



Boiling Hall. 
George M. Troup. 



George M. Bibb. 

Samuel McKee. 
Anthony New. 
Stephen Ormsby. 



i Died April 20, 1812. 
= Elected March 24, 1812. 
a Resigned March 3, 1813. 



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* Resigned in 1812, to accept a captain's commission in 
U. S. Army. 

& Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation oi Howell 
Cobb, and took his seat November 27, 1812. 



TWELFTH CONGRESS. 



73 



LOUISIANA. 1 



SENATORS. 



Allan B. Magruder. 2 



Thomas Posey. 3 
James Brown. 4 



REPRESENTATIVE. 

Thomas Boiling Robertson. 
MARYLAND. 



Samuel Smith. 



Stevenson Archer. 
Charles W. Goldsborough. 
Joseph Kent. 
Philip B. Key. 
Peter Little. 



James Lloyd, jr. 

Ezekiel Bacon. 
Abijah Bigelow. 
Elijah Brigham. 
Francis Carr. 6 
Richard Cutts. 
William Ely. 
Isaiah L. Green. 
Josiah Quincy. 



Nicholas Gilman. 

Josiah Bartlett, jr. 
Samuel Dinsmoor. 
Obed Hall. 



John Lambert. 

Adam Boyd. 
Lewis Condit. 
Jacob Hufty. 



SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



Philip Reed. 

Alexander McKim. 
Samuel Ringgold. 
Philip Stuart. 
Robert Wright. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



Joseph B. Vamum. 

William Reed. 
William M. Richardson. 
Ebenezer Seaver. 
Samuel Taggart. 
Peleg Tallman. 
Charles Turner, jr. 
Laban Wheaton. 
Leonard White. 
William Widgery. 



NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

SENATORS. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

NEW JERSEY. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 

NEW YORK. 



Charles Cutts. 

John A. Harper. 
George Sullivan. 



John Condit. 

George C. Maxwell. 
James Morgan . 
Thomas Newbold. 



John Smith. 

Daniel Avery. 
Harrmanus Bleeeker. 
Thomas B. Cook. 
James Emott. 
Asa Fitch. 
Thomas R. Gold. 
Robert Le Roy Livingston. 7 
Thomas P. Grosvenor. 8 
Arunah Metcalf. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Obadiah German. 

Samuel L. Mitchill. 
William Paulding, jr. 
Benjamin Pond. 
Peter B. Porter. 
Ebenezer Sage. 
Thomas Sammons. 
Silas Stow. 
Uri Tracy. 
Pierre Van Cortlandt, jr. 



< Admitted as a State into the Union April 8, 1812. 

2 Took his seat November 18, 1812; term to expire, as deter- 
mined by lot, March 3, 1813. 

8 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by the declination (Octo- 
ber 1, 1812) of the Senator-elect. John N. Destrehan, to serve, 
and took his seat December 7, 1812; term to expire, as deter- 
mined by lot, March 3, 1817. 

* Elected to fill vacancy caused by declination of John N. 
Destrehan to serve, and took his seat February 5, 1813. 



6 Took his seat December 23, 1812. 

« Elected to fill vacancy caused by failure of Barzillai Gan- 
nett to qualify, and took "his seat June 3, 1812. 

' Resigned May 6, 1812. 

B Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Robert Le 
Roy Livingston, and took his seat January 29, 1813. 



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CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY. 



James Turner. 

Willis Alston. 
William Blacklege. 
Thomas Blount. 1 
William Kennedy. 2 
James Cochran. 
Meshack Franklin. 
William R. King. 



Alexander Campbell. 



NORTH CAROLINA. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



Jesse Franklin. 

Nathaniel Macon. 
Archibald McBryde. 
Joseph Pearson. 
Israel Pickens. 
Lemuel Sawyer. 
Richard Stanford. 



OHIO. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVE. 

Jeremiah Morrow. 
PENNSYLVANIA. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



Thomas Worthington. 



Michael Leib. 



William Anderson. 
David Bard. 
Robert Brown. 
William Crawford. 
Roger Davis. 
William Findley. 
John M. Hyneman. 
Abner Lacock. 
Joseph Lel'ever. 



Christopher G. Champlin. 4 
William Hunter. 6 



Richard Jackson, jr. 



Aaron Lyle. 
James Milnor. 
William Piper. 
Jonathan Roberts. 
William Rodman. 
Adam Seybert. 
John Smilie. 3 
George Smith. 
Robert Whitehill. 



RHODE ISLAND. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Jeremiah B. Howell. 



Elisha R. Potter. 



SOUTH CAROLINA. 



John Gaillard. 



William Butler. 
John C. Calhoun. 
Langdon Cheves. 
Elias Earle. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



TENNESSEE. 



John Taylor. 



William Lowndes. 
Thomas Moore. 
David R. Williams. 
Richard Wynn. 



SENATORS. 



Joseph Anderson. 



Jenkins Whiteside. 6 
George W. Campbell. 7 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Felix Grundy. 
John Sevier. 



John Rhea. 



i Died February 7, 1812. 

J Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Thomas Blount 
and took his seat January 30, 1813. 
a Died December 29, 1812. 
* Resigned October 2, 1811. 



s Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation ol Christopher 
G. Champlin, and took his seat November 25, 1811. 

» Resigned October 8, 1811. 

» Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Jenkins 
Whiteside, and took his seat November 4, 1811. 



TWELFTH CONGRESS. 



75 



Stephen R. Bradley. 



Martin Chittenden. 
James Fisk. 



VERMONT. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



VIKGINIA. 



Jonathan Robinson. 



Samuel Shaw. 
William Strong. 



William B. Giles. 



Burwell Bassett. 
James Breckenridge. 
William A. Burwell. 
Matthew Clay. 
John Clopton. 
John Dawson. 
Thomas Gholson. 
Peterson Goodwin. 
Edwin Gray. 
Aylett Hawes. 
John P. Hungerford. 1 
John Taliaferro. 2 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Richard Brent. 



John Baker. 
Joseph Lewis, jr. 
William McCoy. 
Hugh Nelson. 
Thomas Newton, jr. 
James Pleasants, jr. 
John Randolph. 
John Roane. 
Daniel Sheffey. 
John Smith. 
Thomas Wilson. 



ILLINOIS TERRITORY. 3 

DELEGATE. 

Shadrack Bond. 4 
INDIANA TERRITORY. 

DELEGATE. 

Jonathan Jennings. 
MISSISSIPPI TERRITORY. 

DELEGATE. 

George Poindexter. 
TERRITORY OF MISSOURI. 

DELEGATE. 

Edward Hempstead. 6 



i Served until November 29, 1811; succeeded by John Talia. 
ferro, who contested his election. 

2 Successfully contested the election of John P. IIunRerford. 
and took his seat December 2, 1811. 

s Formed from a portion of Indiana Territory and from 
lands originally ceded to the United States by the State of 
Virginia, February 3, 1809. 



* Took his seat December 3, 1812. 

5 Formed June 4, 1812, from Territory theretofore known as 
Louisiana and ceded by France to the United Stutes by the 
treaty of Paris of April 30, 1S03. 

« Took his seat January 4, 1813. 



THIRTEENTH CONGRESS. 



MARCH 4, 1813, TO MARCH 3, 1815. 



FIRST SESSION— May 24, 1813, to August 2, 1813. SECOND SESSION— December 6, 
1813, to April 18, 1814. THIRD SESSION— September 19, 1814, to March 3, 1815. 



VICE PRESIDENT Elbridge Gerry, 1 of Massachusetts. PRESIDENTS OF THE SENATE 
PRO TEMPORE- Joseph B. Varnum, 2 of Massachusetts; John Gaillard, 1 of South Carolina. SEC- 
RETARIES OF THE SENATE— Samuel A. Otis, of Massachusetts; Charles Cutts, 4 of New Hampshire. 

SPEAKERS OF THE HOUSE— Henry Clay, of Kentucky; Langdon Cheves, 5 of South Carolina. 
CLERKS OF THE HOUSE— Patrick Magruder, 6 of Maryland; Thomas Dougherty, 7 of Kentucky. 



Chauncey Goodrich. 8 
David Daggett. 9 



Epaphroditus Champion. 
John Davenport, jr. 
Lyman Law. 
Jonathan O. Moseley. 



Outerbridge Horsey. 



CONNECTICUT. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



DELAWARE. 

SENATORS. 



Samuel W. Dana. 



Timothy Pitkin. 
Lewis B. Sturgis. 
Benjamin Tallmadge. 



William H. Wells. 10 



Thomas Cooper. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



GEORGIA. 



Henry M. Ridgeley. 



William H. Crawford." 
William B. Bulloch. 12 
William W. Bibb. 13 

William Barnett. 
William W. Bibb. 14 
Alfred Cuthbert. 15 
John Forsyth. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Charles Tait. 



Boiling Hall. 
Thomas Telfair. 
George M. Troup. 



i Died November 23, 1814. 

2 Elected December 6, 1813. 

3 Elected April 18, 1814; November 25, 1814, upon the death 
of the Vice President, Elbridge Gerry. 

< Elected October 11, 1814, to fill vacancy caused by death of 
Samuel A. Otis. 

> Elected January 19, 1814, to fill vacancy caused by resigna- 
tion of Henry Clay, on the same day. 

« Resigned January 28, 1815, while resolution was pending to 
remove him from office and to elect a successor. 

' Elected January 30, 1815. 

8 Resigned in 1813. 

9 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Chauncey 
Goodrich, and took his seat May 24, 1813. 

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10 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of James A. 
Bayard, 2d, in preceding Congress, and took his seat June 10, 
1813. 

u Resigned March 23, 1813. 

12 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by resignation of William 
H. Crawford, and took his seat May 24, 1813. 

1 3 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of William H. 
Crawford, and took his seat December 6, 1813. 

i< Resigned November 6, 1813, having been elected Senator. 
1 5 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of William 
W. Bibb, and took his seat February 7, 1814. 



THIRTEENTH CONGRESS. 



77 



KENTUCKY. 



George M. Bibb. 1 
George Walker. 2 
William T. Barry. 3 

James Clark. 
Henry Clay. 6 
Joseph H. Hawkins. ; 
Joseph Desha. 
William P. Duval. 
Samuel Hopkins. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Jesse Bledsoe. 4 
Ishani Talbot. 5 



Richard M. Johnson. 
Samuel McKee. 
Thomas Montgomery. 
Stephen Ormsby. 8 
Solomon P. Sharp. 



LOUISIANA. 



James Brown. 



SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVE. 

Thomas B. Robertson. 
MARYLAND. 



Elegius Fromentin. 



Samuel Smith. 



SENATORS. 



Robert H. Goldsborough. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Stevenson Archer. 
Charles W. Goldsborough. 
Alexander C. Hanson. 
Joseph Kent. 
Alexander McKim. 



James Lloyd. 9 
Christopher Gore. 10 

William Baylies. 

Abijah Bigelow. 

George Bradbury, Portland. 

Elijah Brigham. 

William M. Richardson. 11 

Samuel Dana. 12 

Samuel Davis, Bath. 

Daniel Dewey. 13 

John W. Hulbert." 

William Ely. 

Levi Hubbard. 



Nicholas R. Moore. 
Samuel Ringgold. 
Philip Stuart. 
Robert Wright. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Joseph B. Varnum. 



Cyrus King, Saco. 
James Parker. 
Timothy Pickering. 
John Reed. 
William Reed. 
Nathaniel Ruggles. 
Samuel Taggart. 
Artemas Ward, jr. 
Laban Wheaton. 
John Wilson. 
Abiel Wood, Wiscasset. 



NEW HAMPSHIRE. 



Nicholas Oilman. 15 
Thomas W. Thompson. 

Bradbury Cilley. 
William Hale. 

Samuel Smith. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Charles Cutts. 17 
Jeremiah Mason. 18 

Roger Vose. 
Daniel Webster. 
Jeduthan Wilcox. 



' Resigned August 23, 1814. 

» Appointed to fill vacancy caused bv resignation of George 
M. Bibb, and took his seat October 10, 1814. 

3 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of George M. 
Bibb, and took his seat February 2, 1815. 

» Resigned December 24, 1814. In response to personal in- 
quiry, Senate passed resolution January 20, 1815. declaring seat 
vacant. (See Senate Election Cases, edition of 1903, p. 175.) 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Jesse Bled- 
soe, and took his seat February 2, 1815. 

« Resigned January 19, 1814, to accept 'special and important 
diplomatic mission." 

' Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation ot Henry Clay, 
and took his seat March 29, 1814. 

8 Elected to fill vacancy caused by the death of John Simp- 
son, prior to the convening of the Congress, and took his seat 
May 24, 1S13. 

'Resigned May 1, 1813. 



10 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by resignation of James 
Lloyd, and took his seat May 28, 1813; subsequently elected. 

» Resigned April S, 1814. 

13 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of William M. 
Richardson, and took his seat September 22, 1814. 

1 3 Resigned February 24, 1814, having been appointed justice 
of supreme judicial court of Massachusetts. 

1* Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Daniel 
Dewey, and took his seat September 26, 1814. 

is Died May 2, 1814. 

1* Elected to fill vacancy caused by deathof Nicholas Gilman 
and took his seat September 19, 1814. 

"Appointed to fill vacancy in term commencing March 3, 
1813, there having been no election, and took his seat May 24, 
1813. 

■ 8 Elected to fill vacancy in term commencing March3, 1813, 
and took his seat June 21, 1813. 



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CONGRESSIONAL DIBECTOBY. 



John Lambert. 

Lewis Condit. 
William Coxe. 
Jacob Hufty. 1 
Thomas Bines. 2 



NEW JERSEY. 



.SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



NEW YORK. 



John Condit. 

James Schureman. 
Richard Stockton. 
Thomas Ward. 



Obadiah German. 

Daniel Avery. 
Egbert Benson. 3 
William Irving. 4 
John M. Bowers. 6 
Isaac Williams, jr. 8 
Alexander Boyd. 
Oliver C. Comstock. 
Peter Denoyelles. 
Jonathan Fisk. 
James Geddes. 
Thomas P. Grosvenor. 
Abraham Hasbrouck. 
Samuel M. Hopkins. 
Nathaniel Howell. 
Moss Kent. 



James Turner. 



Willis Alston. 
John Culpeper. 
Peter Forney. 
Meshack Franklin. 
William Gaston. 
William Kennedy. 
William R. King. 



Thomas Worthington.' 
Joseph Kerr. 9 



John Alexander. 
Reazin Beall. 10 
David Clendenen. 11 
James Caldwell. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Rufus King. 

John Lefferts. 
John Lovett. 
Jacob Markell. 
Morris S. Miller. 
Hosea Moffit. 
Thomas J. Oakley. 
Jotham Post, jr. 
Ebenezer Sage. 
Samuel Sherwood. 
Zebulon R. Shipherd. 
William S. Smith. 
John W. Taylor. 
Joel Thompson. 
Elisha J. Winter. 



NORTH CAROLINA. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



David Stone. 7 



OHIO. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



Nathaniel Macon. 
William H. Murfee. 
Joseph Pearson. 
Israel Pickens. 
Richard Stanford. 
B artlett Yancy. 



Jeremiah Morrow. 



William Creighton, jr. 
James Kilbourn. 
John McLean. 



i Died May 20, 1814. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Jacob Hufty, and 
took his seat November 2, 1814. 

3 Resigned August 2, 1813. 

* Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Egbert 
Benson, and took his seat January 22, 1814. 

1 Took his seat June 21, 1813; served until December 20, 1813; 
succeeded by Isaac Williams, jr., who contested his election. 

e Successfully contested the election of John M. Bowers, and 
took his seat January 24, 1814. 



7 Resigned in 1814. Francis Locke was appointed to fill 
vacancy thus caused, but never qualified or took his seat. 

8 Resigned December 14, 1814. . 

s Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Thomas 
Worthington, and took his seat December 30, 1814. 

10 Resigned in November, 1814. 

11 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Reazin 
Beall, and took his seat December 22, 1814. 



THIRTEENTH CONGRESS. 



79 



PENNSYLVANIA. 



Michael Leib. 1 
Jonathan Roberts. 2 

William Anderson. 
David Bard. 
Robert Brown. 
John Conrad. 
William Crawford. 
John Gloninger. 3 
Edward Crouch. 4 
Roger Davis. 
William Findley. 
Hugh Glasgow. 
Isaac Griffin. 
Jonathan Roberts. 5 
Samuel Henderson. 6 
Charles J. Ingersoll. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Abner Lacock. 



Samuel D. Ingham. 
Jared Irwin. 
Aaron Lyle. 
William Piper. 
John Rea. 
Adam Seybert. 
Isaac Smith. 
Adamson Tannehill. 
John M. Hyneman. 7 
Daniel Udree. 8 
James Whitehill. 9 
Amos Slaymaker. 10 
Thomas Wilson, Erie. 



RHODE ISLAND. 



Jeremiah B. Howell. 



SENATORS. 



William Hunter. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Richard Jackson, jr. 



John Gaillard. 



John C. Calhoun. 
John J. Chappell. 
Langdon Cheves. 
Elias Earle. 
David R. Evans. 



Elisha R. Potter. 



SOUTH CAROLINA. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



John Taylor. 



Samuel Farrow. 
Theodore Gourdin. 
John Kershaw. 
William Lowndes. 



TENNESSEE. 



Joseph Anderson. 



SENATORS. 



George W. Campbell. " 
Jesse Wharton. '- 



John H. Bowen. 
Felix Grundy. 13 
Newton Cannon. 14 
Thomas K. Harris. 15 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Perry W. Humphreys. 
John Rhea. 
John Sevier. 



VERMONT. 



Jonathan Robinson. 

William C. Bradley. 
Ezra Butler. 
James Fisk. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Dudley Chase. 

( 'harles Rich. 
Richard Skinner. 
William Strong. 



' Resigned February 14, 1814, to become postmaster of 
Philadelphia. 

* Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Michael 
Leib, and took his seat February 28, 1814. 

a Resigned August 2, 1813. 

* Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of John 
Gloninger, and took his seat December 6, 1813. 

> Resigned February 24, 1814, having been elected Senator. 

« Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Jonathan 
Roberts, and took his seat November 29, 1814. 

' Resigned in 1813. 

< Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of John M. 
Hyneman, and took his seat December b, 1813. 



« Resigned September 1, 1814. 

i° Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of James 
Whitehill, and took his seat December 12, 1814. 

11 Resigned February 11, 1814. 

12 Appointed to fill vacancy in term commencing March 4, 
1811, caused by resignation of George W. Campbell, and took 
his seat April 9, 1814. 

is Resigned in 1814. 

14 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Felix 
Grundy, and took his seat October 15, 1814. 

15 Election unsuccessfully contested by William Kelly. 



80 CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY. 

VIRGINIA. 

SENATORS. 

William B. Giles. 1 Richard Brent. 2 

James Barbour. 3 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Thomas M. Bayly. 4 John G. Jackson. 

James Breckenridge. James Johnson. 

William A. Burwell. John Kerr. 

Hugh Caperton. Joseph Lewis, jr. 

John Clopton. William McCoy. 

John Dawson. 5 Hugh Nelson. 

Philip P. Barbour. Thomas Newton, jr. 

John W. Eppes. James Pleasants, jr. 

Thomas Gholson. John Roane. 

Peterson Goodwin. Daniel Sheffey. 

Aylett Hawes. John Smith. 

John P. Hungerford. 7 Francis White. 

ILLINOIS TERRITORY. 

DELEGATES. 

Shadrack Bond. 3 Benjamin Stephenson. 9 

INDIANA TERRITORY. 
Jonathan Jennings. 

DELEGATE. 

MISSISSIPPI TERRITORY. 

DELEGATE. 

William Lattimore. 10 
TERRITORY OF MISSOURI. 

DELEGATES. 

Edward Hempstead. 11 Rufus Easton. 12 

i Resigned March 3, 1815. ' Election unsuccessfully contested by John Taliaferro. 

« Died December 30, 1814. » Resigned September 29, 1814. 

s Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Richard Brent, > Elected to All vacancy caused by resignation of Shadrack 

and took his seat January 11, 1815. Bond, and took his seat November 14, 1814. 

* Election unsuccessfully contested by Burwell Bassett. w Took his seat December 6, 1813. 

6 Died March 30, 1814. u Took his seat June 10, 1813. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of John Dawson, " Took his seat November 16, 1814. 
and took his seat September 19, 1814. 



FOURTEENTH CONGRESS. 



MARCH 4, 1815, TO MARCH 3, 1817. 



FIRST SESSION— December 4, 1815, to April 30, 1816. SECOND SESSION— December 2, 

1816, to March 3, 1817. 



VICE PRESIDENT 1 



. PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE PRO TEMPORE— John 

SECRETARY OF THE SENATE— Charles Cutts, of New Hampshire. 

CLERK OF THE HOUSE— Thomas 



Gaillard. cf South Carolina. 

SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE— Henry Clay, of Kentucky 
Dougherty, of Kentucky. 



Samuel W. Dana. 



Epaphroditus Champion. 
John Davenport, jr. 
Lyman Law. 
Jonathan O. Moseley. 



Outerbridge Horsey. 
Thomas Clayton. 



CONNECTICUT. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



DELAWARE. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 

GEORGIA. 



David Daggett. 



Timothy Pitkin. 
Lewis B. Sturgis. 
Benjamin Tallmadge. 



William H. Wells. 



Thomas Cooper. 



Charles Tait. 



Alfred Cuthbert. 4 
Zadock Cook. 5 
John Forsyth. 
Boiling Hall. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



INDIANA. 



William W. Bibb. 2 
George M. Troup. 3 



Wilson Lumpkin. 
Thomas Telfair. 
Richard Henry Wilde. 



James Noble. 7 



SENATORS 
REPRESENTATIVE. 

William Hendricks. 9 



Waller Taylor. 8 



1 Vice President Elbridge Gerry died in preceding Congress. 

' Resigned November 9. 1816. 

3 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of William \V. 
Bibb, and took his seat December 12, 1816. 

* Resigned in 1816 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Alfred Cuth- 
bert, and took his seat January 23, 1817. 

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8 Admitted as a State Into the Union December 11. 1816. 

' Took his seat December 12, 1816; term to expire, as de- 
termined by lot, March 3. 1821. 

8 Took his seat December 12. 1S16; term to expire, as de- 
termined by lot. March 3, 1819. 

» Took his seat December 2, 1816. 



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82 



CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY. 



KENTUCKY. 



William T. Barry. 1 
Martin D. Hardin. 2 



James Clark. 1 
Thomas Fletcher. 3 
Henry Clay. 
Joseph Desha. 
Benjamin Hardin. 
Richard M. Johnson. 



James Brown. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Isham Talbot. 



Alney McLean. 
Samuel McKee. 
Stephen Ormsby. 
Solomon P. Sharpe. 
Micah Taul. 



LOUISIANA. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVE. 

Thomas B. Robertson. 
MARYLAND. 



Elegius Fromentin. 



Robert H. Goldsborough. 



Stevenson Archer. 
George Baer. 

Charles W. Goldsborough. 
John C. Herbert. 
William Pinkney. 6 
Peter Little. 7 * 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Robert G. Harper. 4 
Alexander C. Hanson. 5 



Alexander C. Hanson. 8 
George Peter. 9 
Samuel Smith. 10 
Philip Stuart. 
Robert Wright. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 



Joseph B. Varnum. 



William Baylies. 
George Bradbury. 
Elijah Brigham. 13 
Benjamin Adams. 14 
Benjamin Brown. 
James Carr. 
Samuel S. Conner. 
John W. Hulburt. 
Cyrus King. 
Elijah H. Mills. 
Jeremiah Nelson. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Christopher Gore. 11 
Eli P. Ashmun. 12 



Albion K. Parris. 
Timothy Pickering. 
John Reed. 
Thomas Rice. 
Nathaniel Ruggles. 
Asahel Stearns. 
Solomon Strong. 
Samuel Taggart. 
Artemus Ward, jr. 
Laban Wheaton. 



NEW HAMPSHIRE. 



Jeremiah Mason. 



Charles H. Atherton. 
Bradbury Cilley. 
William Hale. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Thomas W. Thompson. 



Roger Vose. 
Daniel Webster. 
Jeduthan Wilcox. 



1 Resigned in 1816. 

2 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Wil- 
liam T. Barry, and took his seat December 5, 1816; subse- 
quently elected. 

3 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of James Clark, 
and took his seat December 2, 1816. 

* Elected to serve "from January 29, 1816, to March 3, 1821," 
and took his seat February 5, 1816; resigned December 6, 1816. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Robert G. 
Harper, and took his seat January 2, 1817. 

• Took his seat January 8, 1816; resigned April 18, 1816, 
having been appointed minister to Russia. 

7 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of William 
Pinkney, and took his seat December 2, 1816. 



6 Resigned November, 1816, having been elected Senator. 
9 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Alexander 
C. Hanson, and took his seat December 2, 1816. 

10 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Nicholas 
R. Moore, prior to the convening of Congress, and took his seat 
February 4. 1816. 

11 Resigned May 30, 1816. 

12 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of .Christopher 
Gore, and took his seat December 2, 1816. 

13 Died February 2, 1816. 

11 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Elijah Brigham, 
and took bis seat December 2, 1816. 



FOURTEENTH CONGRESS. 



83 



John Condit. 

Ezra Baker. 
Ephraim Bateman. 
Benjamin Bennet. 



Rufus King. 

Asa Adgate. 
Enos T. Throop. 1 
Daniel Avery. 2 
Samuel R. Betts. 
James Birdsall. 
Victory Birdseye. 
Micah Brooks. 
Jonathan Fisk. 3 
Daniel Cady. 
Oliver C. Comstoek. 
Henry Crocheron. 
Thomas R. Gold. 
Thomas P. Grosvenor. 
Jabez D. Hammond. 
William Irving. 
Moss Kent. 



James Turner. 9 

Montfort Stokes. 10 

Joseph H. Bryan. 
James W. Clark. 
John Culpeper. 
Nathaniel Macon. ,2 
Weldon N. Edwards.' 3 
Daniel M. Forney. 
William Gaston. 



NEW JERSEY. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



NEW YORK. 



.SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



James J. Wilson. 

Lewis Condit. 
Henry Southard. 
Thomas Ward. 



Nathan San ford. 

John Lovett. 
Hosea Moffit. 
Peter B. Porter. 4 
Archibald S. Clarke. 6 
John Adams. 6 
Erastus Root. 7 
John Savage. 
Abraham H. Schenck. 
John \V. Taylor. 
George Townsend. 
Jonathan Ward. 
Peter H. Wendover. 
James W. Wilkin. 
Westel Willoughby, jr. 1 
John B. Yates. 



NORTH CAROLINA. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Nathaniel Macon. 11 



William R. King. 14 
Charles Hooks. 15 
William C. Love. 
William H. Murfree. 
Israel Pickens. 
Richard Stanford. 16 
Samuel Dickens. 17 
Lewis Williams. 
Bartlett Yancy. 



OHIO. 



Jeremiah Morrow. 

John Alexander. 
James Caldwell. 
David Clendenen. 
William Creighton, jr. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Benjamin Ruggles. 

James Kilbourn. 
John McLean. 18 
William Henry Harrison. 19 



' Resigned June, 1816. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Enos T. 
Throop, and took his seat December 3, 1816. 

3 Resigned in June, 1815, before the assembling of the Con- 
gress. 

' Resigned January 23, 1816. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Peter B. 
Porter, and took his seat December 2, 1816. 

8 Served until December 26, 1815; succeeded by Erastus 
Root, who contested his election. 

7 Successfully contested the election of John Adams, and took 
his seat December 26, 1815. 

8 Successfully contested the election of William S. Smith, and 
took his seat, December 13, 1815. (Mr. Smith did not appear 
or claim the seat, although credentials had been presented.) 

9 Resigned November 21, 1816. 

10 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of James Tur- 
ner, and took his seat December 16, 1816. 



" Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of David Stone 
in preceding Congress and the refusal of Francis Locke to serve, 
and took his seat December 13. 1815. 

12 Resigned December, 1815, having been elected Senator. 

' 3 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Nathaniel 
Macon, and took his seat February 7, 1816. 

'< Resigned November 4, 1816. 

■s Elected to fill vacancv caused by resignation of William R. 
King, and took his seat December 2, 1816. 

'« Died April 9, 1816. 

17 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Richard Stan- 
ford, and took his seat December 2, 1816. 

18 Resigned in 1S16. 

» Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of John 
McLean, and took his seat December 2, 1816. 



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CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY. 



PENNSYLVANIA. 



Abner Lacock. 

Thomas Burnside. 1 
William P. Maclay. 2 
William Crawford. 
William Darlington. 
Jonathan Williams. 3 
William Findley. 4 
Hugh Glasgow. 
Isaac Griffin. 
John Hahn. 
Joseph Heister. 
Joseph Hopkinson. 
Samuel D. Ingham. 



Jeremiah B. Howell. 
John L. Boss, jr. 

John Gaillard. 



John J. Chappell. 
Benjamin Huger. 
William Lowndes. 
William Mayrant. 7 
Stephen D. Miller. 8 



George W. Campbell.' 



William G. Blount. 
Newton Cannon. 
Bennett H. Henderson. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



RHODE ISLAND. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Jonathan Roberts. 

Jared Irwin. 
William Maclay. 
William Milnor. 
William Piper. 
John Ross. 
John Sergeant. 
Thomas Smith. 
James Wallace. 
John Whiteside. 
Thomas Wilson. 
William Wilson. 
Aaron Lyle. 



William Hunter. 



James B. Mason. 



SOUTH CAROLINA. 

SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



TENNESSEE. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



VERMONT. 



John Taylor. 5 
William Smith. 8 



John C. Calhoun. 
Henry Middleton. 
Thomas Moore. 
John Taylor. 
William Woodward. 



Jesse Wharton. 
John Williams. 10 

Samuel Powel. 
James B. Reynolds. 
Isaac Thomas. 



Dudley Chase. 

Daniel Chipman. 11 
Luther Jewett. 
Chauncey Langdon. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Isaac Tichenor. 

Asa Lyon. 
Charles Marsh. 
John Noyes. 



i Resigned in April, 1816. 

3 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Thomas 
Burnside. and took his seat December 3, 1816. 

3 Died May 16, 1815, before the assembling of Congress. 

4 Elected to fill vacancy caused by the death of Jonathan 
Williams and took his seat December, 1816. 

& Resigned in 1816. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of John Taylor, 
and took his seat January 10, 1817. 

' Resigned October 21, 1816. 

8 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of William 
Mayrant, and took his seat January 2, 1817. 



9 Elected for the term commencing March 4, 1815, and took 
his seat December 4, 1815; vacancy from March 4, 1815, to 
October 10, 1815. 

io Elected to fill vacancy in term ending March 3, 1817, caused 
by resignation of George W. Campbell from this class in the 
preceding Congress (Jesse Wharton having served by appoint- 
mentfrom April 9, 1814, to October 10, 1815), and took his seat 
December 4, 1815. 

11 Resigned May 5, 1816. 



FOURTEENTH CONGRESS. 



85 



Armistead T. Mason. 1 

Philip P. Barbour. 
Burwell Bassett. 
James Breckenridge. 
William A. Burwell. 
John Clopton. 2 
John Tyler. 3 
Peterson Goodwin. 
Aylett Hawes. 
John P. Hungerford. 
John G. Jackson. 
James Johnson. 
John Kerr. 
Joseph Lewis, jr. 



Benjamin Stephenson. 



VIRGINIA. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



James Barbour. 

William McCoy. 4 
Hugh Nelson. 
Thomas Gholson. 5 
Thomas M. Nelson. 6 
Thomas Newton, jr. 
James Pleasants, jr. 
John Randolph. 
William H. Roane. 
Daniel Sheffey. 
Ballard Smith. 
Magnus Tate. 
Henry St. George Tucker. 



ILLINOIS TERRITORY. 

DELEGATES. 

Nathaniel Pope.' 
INDIANA TERRITORY. 

DELEGATE. 

Jonathan Jennings. 
MISSISSIPPI TERRITORY. 

DELEGATE. 

William Lattimore. 
TERRITORY OF MISSOURI. 



DELEGATES. 



John Scott. 8 



Rufus Easton. 9 



' Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of William B. 
Giles in preceding Congress, and took his seat January 22, 1816. 

2 Died September 11, 1816. 

3 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of John Clopton, 
and took his seat December 17, 1816. 

* Election unsuccessfully contested by Robert Porterfield. 
' Died July 4, 1816. 



6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Thomas Ghol- 
son, and took his seat December 4, 1816. 
' Took his seat December 2, 1816. 

8 Served until January 13, 1817; succeeded by Rufus Easton, 
who contested his election. 

9 Successfuliy contested the election of John Scott, and took 
his seat January 13, 1817. 



FIFTEENTH CONGRESS. 



MARCH 4, 1817, TO MARCH 3, 1819. 



FIRST SESSION— December 1, 1817, to April 20, 1818. SECOND SESSION— November 
16, 1818, to March 3, 1819. SPECIAL SESSION OF THE SENATE— March 4, 1817, 
to March 6, 1817. 



VICE PRESIDENT— Daniel D. Tompkins, of New York. PRESIDENTS OF THE SENATE 
PRO TEMPORE— John Gaillard, 1 of South Carolina; James Barbour,- of Virginia. SECRETARY 
OF THE SENATE — Charles Cutts, of New Hampshire. 

SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE— Henry Clay, of Kentucky. CLERK OF THE HOUSE— Thomas 
Dougherty, of Kentucky. 



Samuel W. Dana. 3 



Uriel Holmes. 4 
Sylvester Gilbert. 6 
Ebenezer Huntington. 
Jonathan O. Moseley. 



Outerbridge Horsey. 
Willard Hall. 



CONNECTICUT. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



DELAWARE. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



GEORGIA. 



David Daggett. 



Timothy Pitkin. 
Samuel B. Sherwood. 
Nathaniel Terry. 
Thomas S. Williams. 



Nicholas Van Dyke. 



Louis McLane. 



Charles Tait. 



Joel Abbot. 
Thomas W. Cobb. 
Zadock Cook. 
Joel Crawford. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



George M. Troup. 6 
John Forsyth. 7 



John Forsyth. 8 

Robert Raymond Reid.' 

William Terrill. 



' Continuing from preceding session; elected March 6, 1817 
(special session of the Senate); March 31, 1818. 

* Elected February 15, 1819. 

3 The rule requiring Senators to stand when addressing 
the Chair was suspended in his favor April 9, 1818. 

' Resigned in 1818. 

» Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Urie 
Holmes, and took his seat November 10, 1818. 

86 



« Resigned September 23, 1818. 

1 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of George 
M. Troup, and took his seat November 23, 1818; resigned Feb- 
ruary 17, 1819. 

8 Resigned November 23, 1818, having been elected Senator. 
» Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of John For- 
syth, and took his seat February 18, 1819. 



FIFTEENTH CONGRESS. 



87 



Jesse B. Thomas. 2 



James Noble. 



Isham Talbot. 



Richard C. Anderson, jr. 
Henry Clay. 
Joseph Desha. 
Richard M. Johnson. 
Anthony New. 



ILLINOIS. 1 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVE. 

John McLean. 4 
INDIANA. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVE. 

William Hendricks. 
KENTUCKY. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



Ninian Edwards. 3 



Waller Taylor. 



John J. Crittenden. 6 



Tunstall Quarles, jr. 
George Robertson. 
Thomas Speed. 
David Trimble. 
David Walker. 



LOUISIANA. 



Eligius Fromentin. 



Thomas B. Robertson. 8 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William C. C. Claiborne. 1 
Henry Johnson. 7 



Thomas Butler. 9 



Robert H. Goldsborough. 



Thomas Bayly. 
Thomas Culbreth. 
John C. Herbert. 
Peter Little. 
George Peter. 



MARYLAND. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Alexander C. Hanson. 



Philip Reed. 
Samuel Ringgold. 
Samuel Smith. 
Philip Stuart. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 



Eli P. Ashmun. 10 
Prentiss Mellen." 



SENATORS. 



Harrison Gray Otis. 



> Admitted as a State into the Union December 3, 1818. 

» Took his seat December 4, 1818; term to expire, as deter- 
mined by lot, March 3, 1823. 

'Took his seat December 4, 1818; term to expire, as deter- 
mined by lot, March 3, 1819. 

< Took his seat December 4, 1818. 

» Resigned March 3, 1819. 

• Died November 23, 1817. Never qualified. 



' Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of William C. C. 
Claiborne, and took his seat February 26, 1818. 

8 Resigned April 20, 1818. 

9 Elected to nil vacancy caused by resignation of Thomas B. 
Robertson, and took his seat November 16, 1818. 

i» Resigned May 10, 1818. 

11 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Eli P. Ash- 
mun, and took his seat November 16, 1818. 



88 



CONGRESSIONAL DIBECTOBY. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Benjamin Adams. 
Samuel C. Allen. 
Walter Folger, jr. 
Timothy Fuller. 
Joshua Gage. 
John Holmes. 
Albion K. Paris. 1 
Enoch Lincoln. 2 
Jonathan Mason. 
Elijah H. Mills. 
Marcus Morton. 



Jeremiah Nelson. 
Benjamin Orr. 
Thomas Rice. 
Nathaniel Ruggles. 
Zabdiel Sampson. 
Henry Shaw. 
Nathaniel Silsbee. 
Solomon Strong. 
Ezekiel Whitman. 
John Wilson. 



MISSISSIPPI. 



Walter Leake.* 



SENATORS. 



Thomas H. Williams.' 



Jeremiah Mason. 7 
Clement Storer. 8 

Josiah Butler. 
Clifton Clagett. 
Salma Hale. 



James J. Wilson. 

Ephraim Bateman. 
Benjamin Bennet. 
Joseph Bloomfield. 



REPRESENTATIVE. 

George Poindexter. 6 
NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



NEW JERSEY. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES . 



NEW YORK. 



David L. Morrill 



Arthur Livermore. 
John F. Parrott. 
Nathaniel Upham. 



Mahlon Dickerson. 

Charles Kinsey. 
John Linn. 
Henry Southard. 



Rufus King. 

Oliver C. Comstock. 
Daniel Cruger. 
John P. Cushman. 
John R. Drake. 
Benjamin Ellicott. 
Josiah Hasbrouck. 
John Herkimer. 
Thomas H. Hubbard. 
William Irving. 9 
Dorrance Kirtland. 
Thomas Lawyer. 
David A. Ogden. 
John Palmer. 
James Porter. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Nathan Sanford. 

John Savage. 
Philip J. Schuyler. 
Treadwell Scudder. 
John C. Spencer. 
Henry R. Storrs. 
James Tallmadge, jr. 
John W. Taylor. 
Caleb Tomkins. 
George Townsend. 
Peter H. Wendover. 
Rensselaer Westerlo. 
James W. Wilkin. 
Isaac Williams. 



' Resigned February 3, 1818. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Albion K. 
Parris, and took his seat November 16, 1818. 

a Admitted as a State into the Union December 10, 1817. 

« Took his seat December 11, 1817; term to expire, as deter- 
mined by lot, March 3, 1821. 

* Took his seat December 11, 1817; term to expire, as deter- 
mined by lot, March 3, 1823. 



6 Took his seat December 15, 1817. 
' Resigned June 16, 1817. 

s Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Jeremiah 
Mason, and took his seat December 1, 1817. 
9 Resigned April 20, 1818. 



FIFTEENTH CONGBESS. 



89 



NORTH CAROLINA. 



Nathaniel Macon. 

Joseph H. Bryan. 
Weldon N. Edwards. 
Daniel M. Forney. 1 
William Davidson. 2 
Thomas H. Hall. 
George Mumford. 3 
Charles Fisher. 4 
James Owen. 



Jeremiah Morrow. 

Levi Barber. 
Philemon Beecher. 
John W. Campbell. 



Abner Lacock. 

William Anderson. 
Henry Baldwin. 
Andrew Boden. 
Isaac Darlington. 
Joseph Hiester. 
Joseph Hopkinson. 
Samuel D. Ingham. 
Samuel Moore. 7 
William Maclay. 
William P. Maclay. 
David Marchand. 
Robert Moore. 
John Murray. 



William Hunter. 
John L. Boss, jr. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Montfort Stokes. 

Lemuel Sawyer. 
Thomas Settle. 
Jesse Slocumb. 
James S. Smith. 
James Stewart. 
Felix Walker. 
Louis Williams. 



OHIO. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 

PENNSYLVANIA. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



Benjamin Rugglee. 

William Henry Harrison. 
Samuel Herrick.' 1 
Peter Hitchcock. 



Jonathan Roberts. 

Alexander Ogle. 
Thomas Patterson. 
Levi Pawling. 
John Ross. 8 
Thomas J. Rogers. 8 
John Sergeant. 
Adam Seybert. 
Jacob Spangler. 10 
Jacob Hostetter. 11 
Christian Tarr. 
James Wallace. 
John Whiteside. 
William Wilson. 



RHODE ISLAND. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



James Burrill, jr. 



James B. Mason. 



SOUTH CAROLINA. 



John Gaillard. 

Joseph Bellinger. 
Elias Earle. 
James Erwin. 
William Lowndes. 
Henry Middleton. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William Smith. 

Stephen D. Miller. 
Wilson Nesbitt. 
Eldred Simkins. 12 
Starling Tucker. 



' Resigned in 1818. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Daniel M. 
Forney, and took his seat December 2, 1818. 

s Died December 31, 1818. 

* Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of George Mumford, 
and took his seat February 11, 1819. 

6 Election unsuccessfully contested by Charles Hammond. 
This case was one of a number in the same Congress that have 
been frequently referred to as determining the rights of a 
Representative-elect to hold a Federal office after the 4th of 
March— the day of the beginning of the congressional term to 
which they were elected. They are reported at length in 



Clark & Hall's publication, and also in the Digest of House 
Election Cases, edition of 1901, pp. 70-74. 
« Resigned July 6, 1818. 

7 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Samuel D. 
Ingham, and took his seat November 16, 1818. 

e Resigned February 24. 1818. 

9 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of John Ross, 
and took his seat March 24, 1818. 

i" Resigned April 20. 1818. 

11 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Jacob 
Spangler, and took his seat November 16, 1818. 

' 2 Resigned November 3, 1817. 



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CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY. 



TENNESSEE. 



SENATORS. 



George W. Campbell. 1 



John H. Eaton 



John Williama. 



William G. Blount. 
Thomas Claiborne. 
Samuel Hogg. 



Dudley Chase. 3 
James Fisk. 4 
William A. Palmer. 5 

Heman Allen. 6 
Samuel C. Crafts. 
William Hunter. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



VERMONT. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



VIRGINIA. 



Francis Jones. 
George W. L. Marr. 
John Rhea. 



Isaac Tichenor. 



Orsamus C. Merrill. 
Charles Rich. 
Mark Richards. 



James Barbour. 

Archibald Austin. 
William Lee Ball. 
Philip P. Barbour. 
Burwell Bassett. 
William A. Burwell. 
Edward Colston. 
John Floyd. 
Robert S. Garnett. 
Peterson Goodwin. 7 
John Pegram. 8 
James Johnson. 
William J. Lewis 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John W. Eppes. 

William McCoy. 
Charles F. Mercer. 
Hugh Nelson. 
Thomas M. Nelson. 
Thomas Newton, jr. 
James Pindall. 
James Pleasants. 
Ballard Smith. 
Alexander Smyth. 
George F. Strother. 
Henry St. George Tucker 
John Tyler. 



ALABAMA TERRITORY. 9 

DELEGATE. 

John Crowell. 10 
ILLINOIS TERRITORY 

DELEGATE. 

Nathaniel Pope. 
TERRITORY OF MISSOURI. 

DELEGATE. 

John Scott. 



i Resigned, to take effect at the close of the ensuing session 
(April 20, 1818), to become Minister to Russia. 

2 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by resignation of George 
W. Campbell, and took his seat November 16, 1818; subse- 
quently elected. 

s Resigned November 3, 1817, to become chief judge of the 
supreme court of Vermont. 

< Eleeted to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Dudley 
Chase, and took his seat December 1, 1817; resigned January 8, 
1818. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignations of Dudley 
Chace and James Fisk, and took his seat November 16, 1818. 



8 Resigned, to take effect April 20, 1818. 
' Died February 21, 1818. 

s Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Peterson Good- 
win, and took his seat November 16, 1818. 

9 Formed from a portion of Mississippi Territory and from 
lands originally ceded to the United States by the states of 
Georgia and South Carolina, by act of March 3, 1817; granted 
a Delegate in Congress by the s'ame act. 

i« Took his seat March 9, 1818. 



SIXTEENTH CONGRESS. 



MARCH 4, 1819, TO MARCH 3, 1821. 



FIRST SESSION— December 6, 1819, to May 15, 1820. SECOND SESSION— November 13, 

1820, to March 3, 1821. 



VICE PRESIDENT— Daniel D. Tompkins, of New York. PRESIDENTS OF THE SENATE PRO 
TEMPORE— James Barbour, of Virginia; John Gaillard, 1 of South Carolina. SECRETARY OF 
THE SENATE— Charles Cutts, of New Hampshire. 

SPEAKERS OF THE HOUSE— Henry Clay.- of Kentucky ; John W. Taylor, of New York. CLERK 
OF THE HOUSE— Thomas Dougherty, of Kentucky. 



ALABAMA. 



SENATORS. 



John W. Walker, 5 Huntsville. William R. King, 6 Cahawba. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

John Crowell, 7 St. Stephens. 
CONNECTICUT. 



SENATORS. 



Samuel W. Dana, Middletown. 



Jamea Lanman, Norwich. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Henry W. Edwards, New Haven. 
Samuel A. Foot, Cheshire. 
Jonathan O. Moseley, East Haddam. 
Elisha Phelps, Simsbury. 



DELAWARE. 



John Russ, Hartford. 
James Stevens, Stamford. 
Gideon Tomlinson, Fairfield. 



SENATORS. 



Outerbridge Horsey, Wilmington. 



Nicholas Van Dyke, Newcastle. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Willard Hall, 8 Dover. 



Louis McLane, Wilmington. 



i Elected January 25, 1820. 
' Resigned as Speaker October 28, 1820. 
a Elected November 15, 1820. 

« Admitted as a State into the Union December 14, 1819. 
6 Took his seat December 14, 1819; term to expire, as de- 
termined by lot, March 3, 1825. 



'Took his seat December 22, 1819; term to expire, as de- 
termined by lot, March 3, 1823. 
' Took his seat December 14, 1819. 
a Resigned January 22, 1821. 



91 



92 CONGRESSIONAL DIEECTOEY. 

GEORGIA. 

SENATORS. 

John Elliott, Sunbury. Freeman Walker, 1 Augusta. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Joel Abbot, Washington. 
Thomas W. Cobb, Lexington. 
Joel Crawford, Milledgeville 



John A. Cuthbert, Eatonton. 
Robert R. Reid, Augusta. 
William Terrill, Sparta. 



ILLINOIS. 

SENATORS. 

Jesse B. Thomas, Edwardsville. Ninian Edwards, Edwardsville. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

Daniel P. Cook, Kaskaskia. 
INDIANA. 

SENATORS. 

James Noble, Brookville. Waller Taylor, Vincennes. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

William Hendricks. Madison. 



KENTUCKY. 

SENATORS. 

Richard M. Johnson, 2 Great Crossings. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Richard C. Anderson, jr., Louisville. 
William Brown, Cynthiana. 
Henry Clay, Lexington. 
Benjamin Hardin, Bardstown. 
David Walker. 5 
Francis Johnson, 6 Bowling Green. 



William Logan.* 

Isham Talbot, 4 Frankfort. 



Thomas Metcalfe, Carlisle. 
Tunstall Quarles. 7 
Thomas Montgomery, 8 Stanford. 
George Robertson, Lancaster. 
David Trimble, Mount Sterling. 
Alney McLean, Greenville. 



LOUISIANA. 

SENATORS. 

Henry Johnson, Donaldsonville. James Brown, New Orleans. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

Thomas Butler, St. Francisville. 



i Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignations of George M. 
Troup and John Forsyth in preceding Congress, and took his 
seat December 15, 1819; vacancy in this class from February 
17 , 1819, to November C, 1819. 

* Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of John J. 
Crittenden in preceding Congress, and took his seat January 
3 1820 
'> Resigned November 27, 1820. 



* Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of William 
Logan, and took his seat November 27, 1820. 

■i Died March 1, 1820. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of David Walker, 
and took his seat November 13, 1820. 

' Resigned in 1820. 

s Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Tunstall 
Quarles, and took his seat November 13, 1820. 



SIXTEENTH CONGRESS. 



93 



MAINE. 1 

SENATORS. 

John Chandler, 2 Monmouth. John Holmes, 3 Falmouth. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

Joseph Dane, 4 Kennebunk. 
MARYLAND. 

SENATORS. 



Alexander C. Hanson. 6 
William Pinkney, 6 Baltimore. 

Stevenson Archer, Belair. 
Thomas Bayly, Princess Anne. 
Thomas Culbreth, Denton. 
Joseph Kent, Bladensburg. 
Peter Little, Freedom. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Edward Lloyd. Easton. 



Raphael Neale, Leonardtown. 
Samuel Ringgold, Hagerstown. 
Samuel Smith, Baltimore. 
Henry R. Warfield, Middlebury. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 



Harrison Gray Otis, Boston. 



Benjamin Adams, Uxbridge. 
Samuel C. Allen, Northfield. 
Joshua Cushman. 
Edward Dowse. 9 
William Eustis, 10 Boston. 
Walter Folger, jr., Nantucket. 
Timothy Fuller, Boston. 
Mark L. Hill. 
Zabdiel Sampson." 
Aaron Hobart, 12 Hanover. 
John Holmes. 13 
Jonas Kendall, Leominster. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Prentiss Mellen. 
Elijah H. Mills,' 



Northampton. 



Martin Kinsley. 

Samuel Lathrop, West Springfield. 

Enoch Lincoln. 

Jonathan Mason. 14 

Benjamin Gorham, 15 Boston. 

Marcus Morton, Taunton. 

Jeremiah Nelson, Newburyport. 

James Parker. 

Henry Shaw, Lanesboro. 

Nathaniel Silsbee, Salem. 

Ezekiel Whitman. 



MISSISSIPPI. 



SENATORS. 



Thomas H. Williams, Washington. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

Christopher Rankin, Natchez 



Walter Leake. 14 

David Holmes, 16 Washington. 



NEW HAMPSHIRE. 



SENATORS. 



David L. Morrill, Goffstown. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Joseph Buffum, jr., Westmoreland. 
Josiah Butler, South Deerfield. 
Clifton Clagett, Amherst. 



John F. Parrott, Portsmouth. 



Arthur Livermore, Plymouth. 
William Plumer, jr., Epping. 
Nathaniel Upham, Rochester. 



i Admitted as a State into the Union March 15. 1820. Pre- 
vious to March 3, 1S20, Maine was a part of Massachusetts, and 
was called the "District of Maine" and its Representatives 
were numbered with those of Massachusetts; by compact be- 
tween the two States, Maine became a separate and independ- 
ent State, and by act of Congress of March 3, 1820, was admitted 
into the Union as such — the admission to date from the fif- 
teenth of the same month; on April 7, 1S20, Maine was de- 
clared entitled to seven Representatives, to be taken from 
those of Massachusetts, and in the succeeding Congress seven 
Members were thus seated. 

2 Took his seat November 13, 1820; term to expire, as deter- 
mined by lot, March 3, 1823. 

3 Took his seat November 13, 1820; term to expire, as deter- 
mined bv lot, March 3, 1821. 

< Took his seat December 11, 1820. 

• Died April 23, 1819. 

• Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Alexander C. 
Hanson, and took his seat January 4, 1820. 



' Resigned May 15, 1820. 

8 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Prentiss 
Mellen, and took his seat December 1, 1820. 
» Resigned May 26, 1820. 

10 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Edward 
Dowse, and took his seat November 13, 1820. 

u Resigned July 26, 1820. 

12 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Zabdiel 
Sampson, and took his seat December 18, 1820. 

u Resigned March 15, 1820. 

n Resigned May 15, 1S20. 

«* Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Jonathan 
Mason, and took his seat November 27, 1820. 

w Appointed to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Walter 
Leake, and took his seat November 13, 1820; subsequently 
elected. 



94 



CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY. 



James J. Wilson, 1 Trenton. 
Samuel L. Southard. 2 



Ephraim Bateman, Cedarville. 
Joseph Bloomfield, Burlington. 
Charles Kinsey, Paterson. 



NEW JERSEY. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 

NEW YORK. 



Mahlon Dickereon, Suckasunny. 



John Linn, 3 Monroe. 

Bernard Smith, New Brunswick. 

Henry Southard, Baskingridge. 



Rufus King. 

Nathaniel Allen. 

Caleb Baker. 

Walter Case. 

Robert Clark. 

Jacob H. De Witt. 

John D. Dickinson, Troy. 

John Fay. 

William D. Ford. 

Ezra C. Gross. 

James Guyon, jr. 4 

Aaron Hackley, jr. 

George Hall. 

Joseph S. Lyman. 

Henry Meigs. 



Nathaniel Macon, Monroe. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Nathan Sanford. 

Robert Monell. 

Hermanus Peek. 

Nathaniel Pitcher, Sandy Hill. 

Jonathan Richmond. 

Henry R. Storrs. 

Randall S. Street. 

James Strong. 

John W. Taylor, Ballston Spa. 

Caleb Tomkins. 

Albert H. Tracy. 

Solomon Van Rensselaer, Albany. 

Peter H. Wendover. 

Silas Wood, Huntingdon. 



NORTH CAROLINA. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Jesse Slocumb. 5 

William S. Blackledge, 6 Newbern. 

Hutchins G. Burton, Halifax. 

John Culpepper. 

William Davidson. 

Weldon N. Edwards, Warrenton. 

Charles Fisher. 



Montfort Stokes, Wilkesboro. 

Charles Hooks, Dublin. 

Lemuel Sawyer, Elizabeth City. 

Thomas Settle. 

James S. Smith. 

Felix Walker, Waynesville. 

Lewis Williams, Panther Creek. 

Thomas H. Hall, Tarboro. 



OHIO. 



SENATORS. 

Benjamin Ruggles, St. Clairsville. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Philemon Beecher. 

Henry Brush. 

John W. Campbell, West Union. 

PENNSYLVANIA. 

SENATORS. 

Jonathan Roberts. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Henry Baldwin, Pittsburgh. 
Andrew Bod en. 

William Darlington, West Chester. 
George Dennison, Wilkes-Barre. 
Samuel Edwards, Chester. 
Thomas Forrest. 



William A. Trimble. 

Samuel Herrick. 

Thomas R. Ross, Lebanon. 

John Sloane, Wooster. 



Walter Lowrie, Butler. 



David Fullerton. 7 

Thomas G. McCullough. 8 

Samuel Gross, Trap. 

Joseph Hemphill, Philadelphia. 

Jacob Hibshman. 

Jacob Hostetter. 



i Resigned January 8, 1821. 

* Appointed to fill vacancy caused by resignation of James J . 
Wilson, and took his seat February 16, 1821; subsequently 
elected. 

3 Died January 5, 1821. 

* Successfully contested the election of Ebenezer Sage, who 
did not appear to claim the seat, and qualified January 14, 1820. 



6 Died December 20, 1820. 

'Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Jesse Slocumb. 
and took his seat February 7, 1821. 

' Resigned In 1820. 

8 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of David 
Fullerton, and took his seat November 13, 1820. 



SIXTEENTH CONGRESS. 



95 



William P. Maclay. 

David Marchand. 

Robert Moore. 

Samuel Moore, Doylestown. 

John Murray. 

Thomas Patterson, West Middleton. 

Robert Philson. 

RHODE ISLAND. 



Thomas J. Rogers, Easton. 
John Sergeant, Philadelphia. 
Christian Tarr. 
Joseph Heister.' 
Daniel Udree. 2 
James Wallace. 



William Hunter. 
Samuel Eddy. 

John Gaillard, Pendleton. 

Joseph Brevard. 
Elias Earle. 
James Ervin. 
William Lowndes. 
John McCreary. 

John Williams, Knoxville. 



Robert Allen, Carthage. 
Henry H. Bryan, Palmyra. 
Newton Cannon. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



James Burrill, jr. 3 

Nehemiah R. Knight, 4 Providence. 

Nathaniel Hazard. 5 



SOUTH CAROLINA. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



TENNESSEE. 

'SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 

VERMONT. 

SENATORS. 



Isaac Tichenor. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Samuel C. ("rafts, Craftsbury. 
Ezra Meech. 

Orsamus C. Merrill, 6 Bennington. 
Rollin C. Mallary/ Poultney. 



James Barbour, Barboursville. 



VIRGINIA. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



Mark Alexander, Lombardy Grove. 

William Lee Ball, Nutsville. 

Philip P. Barbour, Lucketsville. 

William A. Burwell. 10 

John Floyd, Newbern. 

Robert S. Garnett, Lloyds. 

James Johnson. 11 

John C. Gray. 12 

James Jones, Hendersonville. 

William McCoy, Franklin. 

Charles F. Mercer, Aldie. 

George F. Strother. 13 

Thomas L. Moore. 14 

Hugh Nelson, Milton. 



William Smith, Pinckneyville. 

James Overstreet, King ( 'reek. 

Charles Pinckney. 

Eldred Simkins. 

Starling Tucker, Mountain Shoals. 



John II . Eaton, Nashville. 

John Cocke, Rutledge. 
Francis Jones, Winchester. 
John Rhea, Sullivan. 



William A. Palmer, Danville. 

Charles Rich, Shoreham. 
Mark Richards. 
William Strong. 



John W. Eppes. s 

James Pleasants, 9 Goochland C. H. 



Thomas Newton, jr.. Norfolk. 

Severn E. Parker. 

James Pindall. 1 

Edward B. Jackson, 15 Clarksburg. 

James Pleasants. 16 

William S. Archer, 17 Amelia C. H. 

John Randolph, Charlotte C. H. 

Ballard Smith. 

Alexander Smyth. 

George Tucker, Lynchburg. 

John Tyler. 

Thomas V. Swearingen, Shepherdstown. 

Jared Williams, Newton. 



1 Resigned in 1820. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused bv resignation of Joseph 
Heister, and took his seat January s. 1821. 

3 Died Decembe/ 2.5, 1820. 

< Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of James Burrill, jr., 
and took his seat January 20, 1821. 

6 Died December 17, 1820. 

•Served until January 12. 1820; succeeded by Rollin C. Mal- 
lary, who contested his election. 

7 Successfully contested the election of Orsamus C. Merrill, 
and took his seat January 13, 1820. 

8 Resigned in April, 1S19. 

8 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of John W. 
Eppes, and took his seat December 14, 1819. 



i° Died February 16, 1821. 

11 Resigned February 1, 1820. 

1' Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of James John- 
son, and took his seat November 13, 1820. 

13 Resigned February 10, 1820. 

l * Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of George F. 
Strother, and took his seat November 13, 1820. 

15 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of James Pin- 
dall. and took his seat November 13, 1820. 

,s Resigned December 14, 1819, having been electe ' Senator. 

17 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of James 
Pleasants, and took his seat January 18, 1820. 



96 CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY. 

ARKANSAW TERRITORY. 1 
Delegate. 
James W. Bates. 2 
MICHIGAN TERRITORY. 3 

DELEGATES. 

William W. Woodbridge. 4 Solomon Sibley, 6 Detroit. 

TERRITORY OF MISSOURI. 

DELEGATE. 

John Scott. 

i Formed from a portion of the Territory of Missouri and * Resigned August 9 ,1820. 
granted a Delegate in Congress by Act of March 2, 1819. 5 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of William W. 

3 Took his seat March 2, 1820. Woodbridge, and took his seat November 20, 1820. 

3 Formed from a portion of Indiana Territory by Act of 
January 11, 1805, with Detroit as the seat of government. 



SEVENTEENTH CONGRESS. 



MARCH 4, 1821, TO MARCH 3, 1823. 



FIRST SESSION— December 8, 1821, to May 8, 1822. SECOND SESSION— December 2, 

1822, to March 3, 1823. 



VICE PRESIDENT— Daniel D. Tompkins, of New York. PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE 
PRO TEMPORE— John GaiUard, 1 of South Carolina. SECRETARY OF THE SENATE— Charles 
Cutis, of New Hampshire. 

SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE— Philip P. Barbour, of Virginia. CLERKS OF THE HOUSE— 
Thomas Dougherty, of Kentucky; Matthew St. Clair Clarke, 2 of Pennsylvania. 



ALABAMA. 



SENATORS. 



John W. Walker, 3 Huntsville. 
William Kelly, 4 Huntsville. 



William R. King, Cahawba. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 

William Kelly, 5 Huntsville. Gabriel Moore, 6 Huntsville. 

CONNECTICUT. 

SENATORS. 

James Lanman, Norwich. Elijah Boardman, Litchfield. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 



Noyes Barber, Groton. 
Daniel Burrows, Hebron. 
Henry W. Edwards, New Haven. 
Gideon Tomlinson, Fairfield. 



John Russ, Hartford. 
Ansel Sterling, Sharon. 
Ebenezer Stoddard, Woodstock. 



DELAWARE. 



SENATORS. 



Nicholas Van Dyke, Newcastle. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Louis McLane, Wilmington. 



Csesar A. Rodney, 7 Wilmington. 



Caesar A. Rodney, 8 Wilmington. 
Daniel Rodney. 9 



■Elected February 1. 1822; February 19, 1823. 

' Elected December 3, 1822. 

s Resigned In December , 1822. 

* Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of John W. 
Walker, and took his seat January 21, 1823. 

6 Resigned December 1, 1822. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by the resignation of William 
Kelly, elected Senator, and took his seat December 2, 1822. 

50346°— S. Doc. 654, 61-2 7 



7 Elected to fill vacancy in term commencing March 4, 1821, 
and took his seat January 24, 1S22; resigned January 29, 1823, 
having been appointed minister to Buenos Aires; vacancy in 
this class from March 4, 1821, to January 10, 1822. 

8 Resigned January 24, 1822, having been elected Senator. 

9 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation ot Caesar A. 
Rodney, and took his seat December 2, 1822. 



97 



98 



CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY. 
GEOBGIA. 



John Elliott, Sunbury. 



Joel Abbot, Washington. 
Alfred Cuthbert, Eaton ton. 
George R. Gilmer, Lexington. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Freeman Walker. 1 
Nicholas Ware, 2 Richmond. 



Robert R. Reid, Augusta. 
Edward F. Tattnall, Savannah. 
Wiley Thompson, Elberton. 



ILLINOIS. 

SENATORS. 

Jesse B. Thomas, Edwardsville. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

Daniel P. Cook, Edwardsville 
INDIANA. 

SENATORS. 



Ninian Edwards, Edwardsville. 



James Noble, Brookville. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William Hendricks, 3 Madison. 

KENTUCKY. 

SENATORS. 

Richard M. Johnson, Great Crossings. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

James D. Breckenridge. 
Benjamin Hardin, Bairdstown. 
Francis Johnson, Bowling Green. 
John T. Johnson, Georgetown. 
Thomas Metcalfe, Carlisle. 

LOUISIANA. 

SENATORS. 



Waller Taylor, Vincennes. 



Jonathan Jennings, 4 Charleston. 



Isham Talbot, Frankfort. 



Thomas Montgomery, Stanford. 
Anthony New, Elkton. 
John S. Smith, Richmond. 
David Trimble, Mount Sterling. 
Samuel H. Woodson, Lexington. 



James Brown, New Orleans. 



Henry Johnson, Donaldsonville. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

Josiah S. Johnston, Alexandria. 
MAINE. 

SENATORS. 

John Chandler, Monmouth. John Holmes, Alfred. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 



Joshua Cushman, Winslow. 
Joseph Dane, Kennebunk. 
Ebenezer Herrick, Bowdoinharn. 
Mark L. Hill, Phippsburg. 



Enoch Lincoln, Paris. 
Ezekiel Whitman, 5 Portland. 
Mark Harris, 6 Portland. 
William D. Williamson, Bangor. 



i Resigned August 8, 1821. 

2 Elected to nil vacancy caused by resignation of Freeman 
Walker, and took his seat Decemer 11, 1821. 

" Resigned July 25, 1822. 

< Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of William 
Hendricks, and took his seat December 2, 1822. 



<• Resigned June 1, 1822. 

« Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Ezekiel 
Whitman, and took his seat December 2, 1822. 



SEVENTEENTH CONGRESS 



99 



Edward Lloyd, Eaaton. 



Thomas Bayly, Princess Ann. 
Jeremiah Cosden, 3 Elkton. 
Philip Reed, 4 Huntingville. 
Joseph Kent, Bladensburg. 
Peter Little, Freedom. 
Raphael Neale, Leonardtown. 



MARYLAND. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William Pinkney, 1 Baltimore. 
Samuel Smith, 2 Baltimore. 



John Nelson, Frederick. 
Samuel Smith, 6 Baltimore. 
Isaac McKim, 6 Baltimore. 
Henry R. Warfield, Middleburg. 
Robert Wright, Queenstown. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 



Harrison Gray Otis, 7 Boston. 
James Lloyd, 8 Boston. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Samuel C. Allen, Greenfield. 
Gideon Barstow, Salem. 
Francis Baylies, Taunton. 
Lewis Bigelow, Petersham. 
Henry W. Dwight, Stockbridge. 
William Eustis, Boston. 
Timothy Fuller, Boston. 



Elijah H. Mills, Northampton. 



Benjamin Gorham, Boston. 
Aaron Hobart, Hanover. 
Samuel Lathrop, West Springfield. 
Jeremiah Nelson, Newburyport. 
John Reed ; Yarmouth. 
Jonathan Russell, Mendon. 



MISSISSIPPI. 



SENATORS. 



Thomas H. Williams, Washington. David Holmes, Washington. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

Christopher Rankin, Natchez. 
MISSOURI. 9 



SENATORS. 

David Barton, 10 St. Louis. Thomas H. Benton, 11 St. Louis. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

John Scott, St. Genevieve. 
NEW HAMPSHIRE. 



David L. Morrill, Goffstown. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Josiah Butler, South Deerfield. 
Matthew Harvey, Hopkinton. 
Aaron Matson, Stoddard. 



John F. Parrott, Portsmouth. 



William Plumer, jr., Epping. 
Nathaniel Upham, Rochester. 
Thomas Whipple, jr., Wentworth. 



i Died February 25, 1822. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of William Pink- 
ney, and took his seat December 17, 1822. 

a Served until March 19, 1822; succeeded by Philip Reed, 
who contested his election. 

* Successfully contested the election of Jeremiah Cosden, 
and took his seat March 19, 1822. 

6 Resigned December 17, 1822, having been elected Senator. 

« Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Samuel 
Smith, and took his seat January 8, 1823. 



' Resigned May 30, 1822. 

8 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Harrison 
Gray Otis, and took his seat December 2, 1822. 

9 Admitted as a State into the Union August 10, 1821. 

■° Took his seat December 3, 1821; term to expire as deter- 
mined by lot, March 3, 1825. 

" Took his seat December 6, 1821; term to expire as deter- 
mined by lot, March 3, 1827. 



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CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY. 
NEW JERSEY. 

SENATORS. 



Mahlon Dickerson, Suckasunny. 



Samuel L. Southard, 1 Trenton. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Ephraim Bateman, Cedarville. 
George Cassedy, Hackensack. 
Lewis Condit, Morristown. 



George Holcomb, Allen town. 
James Matlack, Woodbury. 
Samuel Swan, Somerville. 



NEW YORK. 



SENATORS. 



Rufus King, New York. 



Martin Van Buren, Albany. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Selah Tuthill. 2 

Charles Borland, jr., 3 Wardsbridge. 
Churchill C. Cambreleng, New York. 
Samuel Campbell, Columbus. 
Cadwallader D. Colden, 4 New York. 
Alfred Conkling, Canajoharie. 
John D. Dickinson, Troy. 
John Gebhard, Scoharie. 
James Hawkes, Richfield. 
Thomas H. Hubbard, Hamilton. 
Joseph Kirkland, Utica. 
Elisha Litchfield, Delphi. 
Richard McCarty, Coxsackie. 
John J. Morgan, New York. 
Walter Patterson, Livingston. 



Jeremiah H. Pierson, Ramapo. 
Nathaniel Pitcher, Sandy Hill. 
William B. Rochester, Bath. 
Charles H. Ruggles, Kingston. 
Elijah Spencer. 
Micah Sterling, Watertown. 
John W. Taylor, Ballston Spa. 
Albert H. Tracy, Buffalo. 
Solomon Van Rensselaer, 5 Albany. 
Stephen Van Rensselaer, 6 Albany. 
William W. Van Wyck, Fishkill. 
Reuben H. Walworth, Plattsburg. 
Silas Wood, Huntingdon. 
David Woodcock, Ithaca. 



NORTH CAROLINA. 



SENATORS. 



Nathaniel Macon, Monroe. 



Montfort Stokes, Wilkesboro. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William S. Blackledge, Newbern. 
Hutchins G. Burton, Halifax. 
Henry W. Conner, Falls Town. 
Josiah Crudup, Raleigh. 
Weldon N. Edwards, Warren ton. 
Thomas H. Hall, Tarboro. 
Charles Hooks, Dublin. 



John Long, Longs Mills. 
Archibald McNeill, M'Neills Store. 
Romulus M. Saunders, Milton. 
Lemuel Sawyer, Elizabeth City. 
Felix Walker, Waynesville. 
Lewis Williams, Panther Creek. 



OHIO. 



SENATORS. 



Benjamin Ruggles, St. Clairsville. 



William A. Trimble. 7 

Ethan Allen Brown, 8 Cincinnati, 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Levi Barber, Point Harmer. 
John W. Campbell, West Union. 
David Chambers, Zanesville. 



Thomas R. Ross, Lebanon. 
John Sloane, Wooster. 
John Vance, Urbana. 



> Resigned March 3, 1823. 

2 Died September 7, 1821, before the assembling of Congress. 

3 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Selah Tuthill, 
and took his seat December 3, 1821. Election unsuccessfully 
contested. 

'Successfully contested the election of Peter Sharpe, and 
took his seat December 12, 1821. Mr. Sharpe never presented 
himself for admission under his credentials. 



6 Resigned January 14, 1822. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Solomon 
Van Rensselaer, and took his seat March 12, 1822. 

' Died December 13, 1821. 

8 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of William A- 
Trimble, and took his seat January 15, 1822. 



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PENNSYLVANIA. 



SENATORS. 



Walter Lowrie, Butler. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John Brown, Lewistown. 
James Buchanan, Lancaster. 
William Darlington, West Chester. 
George Dennison, Wilkesbarre. 
Samuel Edwards, Chester. 
Patrick Farrelly, Meadville. 
John Eindlay, Chambersburg. 
William Milnor, 1 Philadelphia. 
Thomas Forrest, 2 Philadelphia. 
Henry Baldwin, 1 Pittsburgh. 
Walter Forward, 3 Pittsburgh. 
Samuel Gross, Trap. 
Joseph Hemphill, Philadelphia. 
James M'Sherry, Petersburg. 



William Findlay, Franklinton. 



James S. Mitchell, Rossville. 
Samuel Moore, 4 Doylestown. 
Samuel D. Ingham, 6 New Hope. 
Thomas Murray, jr., Milton. 
Thomas Patterson, West Middletown. 
John Philips, Hummelstown. 
George Plumer, Robbstown. 
Thomas J. Rogers, Easton. 
John Sergeant, Philadelphia. 
Andrew Stewart, Uniontown. 
John Todd, Bedford. 
Ludwig Worman, 6 Pottstown. 
Daniel Udree,' Reading. 



RHODE ISLAND. 

SENATORS. 

Nehemiah R. Knight, Providence. James D'Wolf, Bristol. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Job Durfee, Tiverton. 



Samuel Eddy, Providence. 



SOUTH CAROLINA. 



John Gaillard, Pendleton. 



SENATORS. 



William Smith, Pinckneyville. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



James Blair, 1 Camden. 
John Carter, 8 Camden. 
Joseph Gist, Pinckneyville. 
James Overstreet, 9 King Creek. 
Andrew R. Govan, 10 Orangeburg. 
William Lowndes, 11 



TENNESSEE. 



James Hamilton, jr, 12 Charleston. 
George McDuffie, Edgefield. 
Thomas R. Mitchell, Georgetown. 
Joel R. Poinsett, Charleston. 
Starling Tucker, Mountain Shoals. 
John Wilson, Golden Grove. 



SENATORS. 



John Williams, Knoxville. 



John H. Eaton, Nashville. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Robert Allen, Carthage. 
Henry H. Bryan, 13 Palmyra. 
Newton Cannon, Harpeth. 



John Cocke, Rutledge. 
Francis Jones, Winchester. 
John Rhea, Sullivan. 



VERMONT. 



William A. Palmer, Danville. 



SENATORS. 



Horatio Seymour, Middlebury. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Samuel C. Crafts, Craftsbury. 
Elias Keyes, Stockbridge. 
Rollin C. Mallary, Poultney. 



John Mattocks, Pearham. 
Charles Rich, Shoreham. 
Phineas White, Putney. 



' Resigned May 8, 1822. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of William 
Milnor, and took his seat December 2, 1822. 

3 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Henry 
Baldwin, and took his seat December 2, 1822. 

« Resigned May 20, 1822. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Samuel 
Moore, and took his seat December 2," 1822. 

« Died September 21, 1822. 

7 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Ludwig Wor- 
man, and took his seat December 23, 1822. 



8 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of James Blair, 
and took his seat December 11, 1822. 
•Died April 24, 1822. 

10 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of James Over- 
street, and took his seat December 4, 1822. 

» Resigned May 8, 1822. 

12 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of William 
Lowndes, and took his seat January 6, 1823. 

" Reported to have been duly elected by the Committee on 
Elections, February 17, 1823. but appears never to have taken 
his seat. 



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CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY. 



VIRGINIA. 



SENATORS. 



James Barbour, Barboursville. 



REPRESENT ATIVES. 



Mark Alexander, Lombardy Grove. 
William S. Archer, Amelia C. H. 
William Lee Ball, Nuttsville. 
Philip P. Barbour, Lucketsville. 
Burwell Bassett, Williamsburg. 
John Floyd, Newbern. 
Robert S. Garnett, Lloyds. 
Edward B. Jackson, Clarksburg. 
James Jones, Henderson ville. 
Jabez Leftwich, Liberty. 
William McCoy, Franklin. 
Charles F. Mercer, Aldie. 



James Pleasants, 1 Goochland C. H. 
John Taylor, 2 Port Royal. 



Thomas L. Moore, Warrenton. 
Hugh Nelson, Milton. 
Thomas Newton, jr., Norfolk. 
John Randolph, Charlotte C. H. 
Arthur Smith, Smithfield. 
William Smith, Lewisburg. 
Alexander Smyth, Wythe. 
Andrew Stevenson, Richmond. 
George Tucker, Lynchburg. 
Thomas V. Swearingen, 3 Shepherdstown. 
James Stephenson,* Martinsburg. 
Jared Williams, Newton. 



ARKANSAW TERRITORY. 

DELEGATE. 

James W. Bates, 5 Arkansas. 
TERRITORY OF FLORIDA. 

DELEGATE. 

Joseph M. Hernandez. 7 



MICHIGAN TERRITORY. 

DELEGATE. 

Solomon Sibley, Detroit. 



i Resigned December 15, 1822. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of James 
Pleasants, and took his seat Deceembe'r 30, 1822. 

s Died June 7, 1S22. 

* Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Thomas V. Swear- 
ingen, and took his seat December 2, 1822. 



5 Election unsuccessfully contested by Matthew Lyon. 

6 Formed March 30, 1S22, from territory ceded by Spain to 
the United States by treaty of Washington of February 22, 
1819, and theretofore known as " East and West Florida." 

i Took his seat January 3, 1823. 



EIGHTEENTH CONGRESS. 



MARCH 4, 1823, TO MARCH 3, 1825. 



FIRST SESSION— December 1, 1823, to May 27, 1824. SECOND SESSION— December 6, 

1824, to March 3, 1825. 



VICE PRESIDENT— Daniel D. Tompkins, of New York. PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE 
PRO TEMPORE— John Gaillard, 1 of South Carolina. SECRETARY OF THE SENATE— Charles 
Cutts, of New Hampshire. 

SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE— Henry Clay, of Kentucky. CLERK OF THE HOUSE— Matthew 
St. Clair Clarke, of Pennsylvania. 



ALABAMA. 



SENATORS. 



William R. King, Cahaba. 



William Kelly, Huntsville. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 

John McKee, Tuscaloosa. George W. Owen, Claiborne. 

Gabriel P. Moore, Huntsville. 



James Lanman, Norwich. 



Noyes Barber, Groton. 
Samuel A. Foot, Cheshire. 
Ansel Sterling, Sharon. 



CONNECTICUT. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Elijah Boardman, 2 Litchfield. 
Henry W. Edwards, 3 New Haven. 

Ebenezer Stoddard, Woodstock. 
Gideon Tomlinson, Fairfield. 
Lemuel Whitman, Farmington. 



DELAWARE. 

SENATORS. 

Nicholas Van Dyke, Newcastle. Thomas Clayton, 4 Dover. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

Louis McLane, Wilmington. 
GEORGIA. 



John Elliott, Sunbury. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Joel Abbot, Washington. 
George Cary, Appling. 
Thomas W. Cobb, 7 Greensboro. 
Richard H. Wilde, 3 Augusta. 



Nicholas Ware, 5 Richmond. 
Thomas W. Cobb, 6 Greensboro. 



Alfred Cuthbert, Eatonton. 
John Forsyth, Augusta. 
Edward F. Tattnall, Savannah. 
Wiley Thompson, Elberton. 



' Elected May 21, 1824. 

* Died October 8, 1823. 

= Appointed to fill vacancy caused by death of Elijah Board- 
man, and took his seat December 1, 1823; subsequently elected. 

* Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Cfesar A. 
Rodney in preceding Congress, and "took his seat January 15, 
1824. Vacancy from January 29, 1823, to January 8, 1824. 



• Died September 7, 1824. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Nicholas Ware, 
and took his seat December fi, 1824. 

7 Resigned December 6, 1824, having been elected Senator. 

8 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Thomas W. 
Cobb, and took his seat February 7, 1825. 

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CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY, 
ILLINOIS. 

SENATORS. 



Jesse B. Thomas, Edwardsville. 



Ninian Edwards, 1 Edwardsville. 
John McLean, 2 Shawneetown. 



REPRESENTATIVE. 

Daniel P. Cook, Edwardsville. 
INDIANA. 



James Noble, Brookville. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Jonathan Jennings, Charleston. 
John Test, Brookville. 



Waller Taylor, Vincennes. 



William Prince, 3 Princeton. 
Jacob Call, 4 Princeton. 



KENTUCKY. 



SENATORS. 

Richard M. Johnson, Great Crossings. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Richard A. Buckner, Greensburg. 
Henry Clay, Lexington. 
Robert P. Henry, flopkinsville. 
Francis Johnson, Bowling Green. 
John T. Johnson, Georgetown. 
Robert P. Letcher, Lancaster. 



Isham Talbot, Frankfort. 



Thomas Metcalfe, Carlisle. 
Thomas P. Moore, Harrodsburg. 
Philip Thompson, Yellow Banks. 
David Trimble, Mount Sterling. 
David White, New Castle. 
Charles A. Wickliffe, Bardstown. 



LOUISIANA. 



SENATORS. 



Henry Johnson, 5 Donaldsonville. 
Dominique Bouligny, 8 New Orleans. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William L. Brent, St. Martinsville. 
Henry H. Gurley, Baton Rouge. 



MAINE. 



James Brown, 7 New Orleans. 
Josiah S. Johnston, 8 Alexandria. 



Edward Livingston, New Orleans. 



John Holmes, Alfred. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William Burleigh, South Berwick. 
Joshua Cushman, Winslow. 
Ebenezer Herrick, Bowdoinham. 
David Kidder, Norridgewock. 



John Chandler, Monmouth. 



Enoch Lincoln, Paris. 
Stephen Longfellow, Portland. 
Jeremiah O'Brien, Machias. 



MARYLAND. 



Edward Lloyd, Easton. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William Hayward, jr., Easton. 
Joseph Kent, Bladensburg. 
John Lee, Petersville. 
Peter Little, Freedom. 
Isaac McKim, Baltimore. 



Samuel Smith, Baltimore. 



George E. Mitchell, Elkton. 
Raphael Neale, Leonardtown. 
John S. S pence, Poplartown. 
Henry R. Warfield, Middleburg. 



1 Resigned March 4, 1824, having been appointed minister to 
Mexico. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Ninian Ed- 
wards, and took his seat December 20, 1824. 

3 Died September 4, 1824. 

* Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of William Prince, 
and took his seat December 23, 1824. 



' Resigned May 27, 1824. 

■ Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Henry 
Johnson, and took his seat" December 21, 1824. 

7 Resigned December 10, 1823, having been appointed minis- 
ter to France. 

8 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of James 
Brown, and took his seat March 12, 1824. 



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105 



MASSACHUSETTS. 



SENATORS. 



Elijah H. Mills, Northampton. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Samuel C. Allen, Greenfield. 
John Bailey, 1 Canton. 
Francis Baylies, Taunton. 
Benj. W. Crowninshield, Salem. 
Henry W. Dwight, Stockbridge. 
Timothy Fuller, Boston. 
Aaron Hobart, Hanover. 



James Lloyd, Boston. 



Samuel Lathrop, West Springfield. 

John Locke, Ashby. 

Jeremiah Nelson, Newburyport. 

John Reed, Yarmouth. 

Jonas Sibley, Worcester. 

Daniel Webster, Boston. 



MISSISSIPPI. 



SENATORS. 

Thomas H. Williams, Washington. David Holmes, Washington. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

Christopher Rankin, Natchez. 
MISSOURI. 

SENATORS. 

David Barton, St. Louis. Thomas H. Benton, St. Louis. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

John Scott, St. Genevieve. 
NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

SENATORS. 

John F. Parrott, Portsmouth. Samuel Bell, Chester. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Ichabod Bartlett, Portsmouth. 
Matthew Harvey, Hopkinton. 
Arthur Livermore, Plymouth. 



Aaron Matson, Stoddard. 
William Plumer, jr., Epping. 
Thomas Whipple, jr., Wentworth. 



NEW JERSEY. 

SENATORS. 

Mahlon Dickerson, Suckasunny. Joseph Mcllvaine, 2 Burlington. 



George Cassedy, Hackensack. 
Lewis Condit, Morristown. 
Daniel Garrison, Salem. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



NEW YORK. 



George Holcombe, Allentown. 
James Matlack, Woodbury. 
Samuel Swan, Somerville. 



Rufus King, New York. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Isaac Wilson, 3 Middleburg. 
Parmenio Adams, 4 Batavia. 
John W. Cady, Johnstown. 
Churchill C. Cambreleng, New York. 
Lot Clark, Norwich. 
Ela Collins, Lowville. 
Hector Craig, Chester. 



Martin Van Buren, Albany. 



Rowland Day, Simpronius. 
Justin Dwinell, Cazenovia. 
Lewis Eaton, Schoharie Bridge. 
Charles A. Foote, Delhi. 
Joel Frost, Cannel. 
Moses Hayden, York. 
Henry R. Storrs, Whitestown. 



1 By resolution of March 18, 1824, was declared not entitled 
to seat; subsequently elected, and took his seat December 13, 
1824. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Samuel L. 
Southard m preceding Congress, and toot his seat December 
1, 1823. 



3 Served until January 7, 1824; succeeded by Parmenio 
Adams, who contested his election. 

• Successfully contested the election of Isaac Wilson, and 
took his seat January 7, 1824. 



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CONGKESSIONAL DIRECTORY. 



James Strong, Hudson. 
John W. Taylor, Ballston Spa. 
Egbert Ten Eyck, Watertown. 
Albert H. Tracy, Buffalo. 
Jacob Tyaon, Castletown. 
John Herkimer, Danube. 
James L. Hogeboom, Castleton. 
Lemuel Jenkins, Bloomingburg. 
Samuel Lawrence, Johnsons Settle- 
ment. 
Elisha Litchfield, Delphi. 



Henry C. Martindale, Sandy Hill. 
Dudley Marvin, Canandaigua. 
John J. Morgan, New York. 
John Richards, Johnsburg. 
Robert S. Rose, Geneva. 
Peter Sharpe, New York. 
Stephen Van Rensselaer, Albany. 
William W. Van Wyck, Fishkill. 
Isaac Williams, Cooperstown. 
Silas Wood, Huntington. 
William Woods, Bath. 



NORTH CAROLINA. 



Nathaniel Macon, Monroe. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Hutchins G. Burton, 1 Halifax. 
George Outlaw. 2 

Henry W. Conner, Sherrills Ford. 
John Culpepper, Lawrenceville. 
Weldon N. Edwards, Warrenton. 
Alfred M. Gatlin, Edenton. 
Thomas H. Hall, Tarboro. 



John Branch, Enfield. 



Charles Hooks, Dublin. 

John Long, Longs Mills 

Willie P. Mangum, Red Mountain. 

Romulus M. Saunders, Milton. 

Richard D. Spaight, Newbern. 

Robert B. Vance, Nashville. 

Lewis Williams, Panther Cieek. 



OHIO. 



SENATORS. 



Benjamin Ruggles, St. Clairsville. 



Ethan Allen Brown, Cincinnati. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Mordecai Bartley, Mansfield. 
Philemon Beecher, Lancaster. 
John W. Campbell, West Union. 
John W. Gazlay, Cincinnati. 
Duncan McArthur, Chillicothe. 
William McLean, Piqua. 
John Patterson, St. Clairsville. 



Thomas B. Ross, Lebanon. 
John Sloane, Wooster. 
Joseph Vance, Urbana. 
Samuel F. Vinton, Gallipolis. 
Elisha Whittlesey, Canfield. 
William Wilson, Newark. 
John C. Wright, Steubenville. 



PENNSYLVANIA. 



Walter Lowrie, Butler. 



SENATORS. 



•REPRESENTATIVES. 



James Allison, Beaver. 
Samuel Breck, Philadelphia. 
John Brown, Lewistown. 
James Buchanan, Lancaster. 
Samuel Edwards, Chester. 
William Cox Ellis, Muncy. 
Patrick Farrelly, Meadville. 
John Findlay, Chambersburg. 
Walter Forward, Pittsburgh. 
Robert Harris, fiarrisburg. 
Joseph Hemphill, Philadelphia. 
Samuel D. Ingham, New Hope. 
George Kremer, Lewisburg. 
Samuel McKean, Burlington. 



William Findlay, Franklinton. 



Philip S. Markley, Norristown. 
Daniel H. Miller, Philadelphia. 
James S. Mitchell, Rossville. 
Thomas Patterson, West Middletown. 
George Plumer, Robbstown. 
Andrew Stewart, Uniontown. 
John Todd, 3 Bedford. 
Alexander Thomson, 4 Bedford. 
Daniel Udree, Reading. 
Isaac Wayne, Warren. 
Henry Wilson, Allentown. 
James Wilson, Fairfield. 
Thomas J. Rogers, 5 Easton. 
George Wolf, 6 Easton. 



RHODE ISLAND. 



SENATORS. 

Nehemiah R. Knight, Providence. James DeWolf, Bristol. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John Durfee, Tiverton. 



Samuel Eddy, Providence. 



i Resigned March 23, 1824. 

3 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Hutchins 
G. Burton, and took his seat January 19, 1825. 

3 Resigned in 1824. 

* Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of John Todd, 
and took his seat December 6, 1824. 



6 Resigned April 20, 1824. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Thomas J. 
Rogers, and took his seat December 9, 1824. 



EIGHTEENTH CONGRESS. 



107 



SOUTH CAROLINA. 



John Gaillard, Pendleton. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Robert B. Campbell, Brownsville. 
John Carter, Camden. 
Joseph Gist, Pinckneyville. 
Andrew R. Govan, Orangeburg. 
James Hamilton, jr., Charleston. 



John H. Eaton, Nashville. 

Adam R. Alexander, Jackson. 
Robert Allen, Carthage. 
John Blair, Jonesboro. 
John Cocke, Rutledge. 
Samuel Houston, Nashville. 



William A. Palmer, Danville. 



TENNESSEE. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



VERMONT. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



William C. Bradley, Westminster. 
Daniel A. A. Buck, Chelsea. 
Samuel C. Crafts, Craftsbury. 



Robert Y. Hayne, Charleston. 

George McDuffie, Edgefield. 
Joel R. Poinsett, Charleston. 
Starling Tucker, Mountain Shoals. 
John Wilson, Golden Grove. 



Andrew Jackson, Nashville. 

Jacob C. Isacks, -Winchester. 
James B. Reynolds, Clarkesville. 
James T. Sandford, Columbia. 
James Standifer, Pikeville. 



Horatio Seymour, Middlebury. 



Rollin C. Mallary, Poultney. 
Charles Rich, 1 Slioreham. 
Henry Olin, 2 Salisbury. 



VIRGINIA. 



James Barbour, Barboursville. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Mark Alexander, Lombardy Grove. 
William S. Archer, Amelia. 
John S. Barbour, Culpeper. 
Philip P. Barbour, 5 Lucketsville. 
Burwell Bassett, Williamsburg. 
John Floyd, Newbern. 
Robert S. Garnett, Lloyds. 
Joseph Johnson, Bridgeport. 
Jabez Leftwitch, Liberty. 
William McCoy, Franklin. 
Charles F. Mercer, Aldie. 



John Taylor, 3 Port Royal. 
Littleton W. Tazewell, 4 Norfolk. 



Thomas Newton, jr., Norfolk. 
John Randolph, Charlotte C. H. 
William C. Rives, Milton. 
Arthur Smith, Smithfield. 
William Smith, Lewisburg. 
Alexander Smyth, Wythe. 
James Stephenson, Martinsburg. 
Andrew Stevenson, Richmond. 
William L. Ball. 6 Nuttsville. 
John Taliaferro, 7 Fredericksburg. 
George Tucker, Lynchburg. 
Jared Williams, Newton. 



ARKANSAW TERRITORY. 

DELEGATE. 

Henry W. Conway, Little Rock. 
TERRITORY OF FLORIDA. 

DELEGATE. 

Richard K. Call 



MICHIGAN TERRITORY. 

DELEGATE. 

Gabriel Richard, 8 Detroit. 



i Died October IS, 1824. 

* Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Charles Rich, and 
took his seat December 13, 1824. 

J Died August 20, 1VJ4. 

• Elected to All vacancy caused by death of John Taylor, and 
took his seat December 29, 1824. 



s Resigned in February, 1825. 
« Died February 28, 1824. 

7 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of William L. Ball, 
and took his seat April 8, 1824. 

8 Election unsuccessfully contested by John Biddle. 



NINETEENTH CONGRESS. 



MARCH 4, 1825, TO MARCH 3, 1827. 



FIRST SESSION— December 5, 1825, to May 22, 1826. SECOND SESSION— December 4, 
1826, to March 3, 1827. SPECIAL SESSION OF THE SENATE— March 4, 1825, to 
March 9, 1825. 



VICE PEE SIDENT— John C. Calhoun, of South Carolina. PEESIDENTS OF THE SENATE 
PBO TEMPORE— John Gaillard, 1 of South Carolina; Nathaniel Macon, 2 of North Carolina;. SEC- 
RETARIES OF THE SENATE — Charles Cutts, of New Hampshire ; Walter lowrie, 3 of Pennsylvania. 

SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE— John W. Taylor, of New York. CLERK OF THE HOUSE— 
Matthew St. Clair Clarke, of Pennsylvania. 



ALABAMA. 



William R. King, Cahaba. 



SENATORS. 



Henry Chambers, 4 Madison. 

Israel Pickens. 6 

John McKinley, 6 Huntsville. 



John McKee, Tuscaloosa. 
Gabriel Moore, Huntsville. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



George W. Owen. Claiborne. 



CONNECTICUT. 



SENATORS. 

Henry W. Edwards, New Haven. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

John Baldwin, Windham. 

Noyes Barber, Groton. 

Ralph I. Ingersoll, New Haven. 



Calvin Willey, 7 Toland. 



Orange Merwin, New Milford. 
Elisha Phelps, Simsbury. 
Gideon Tomlinson, Fairfield. 



DELAWARE. 



SENATORS. 



Nicholas Van Dyke, 8 Newcastle. 
Daniel Rodney, 9 Wilmington. 
Henry M. Ridgeley, 10 Dover. 



REPRESENTATIVE. 



Thomas Clayton, Dover. 



Louis McLane, Wilmington. 



• Elected March 9, 1825 (special session of the Senate) . 
'Elected May 20, 1826; January 2, 1827; and March 2, 1827. 
a Elected December 12, 1825. 

•Died January 25, 1826. 

'Appointed to fill vacancy caused by death ot Henry Cham- 
bers, and took his seat April 10, 1826. 

• Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Henry Cham- 
bers, and took his seat December 21, 1826. 

108 



'Elected for term beginning March 4,1825; took his seat 
December 5, 1825. James Lanman was appointed, but the 
Senate, on March 5, 1825, would not permit him to qualify; 
vacancy from March 4, 1825, to May 4, 1825. 

8 Died May 21,1826. 

fl Appointed to fill vacancy caused by death of Nicholas Van 
Dyke, and took his seat December 4, 1826. 

'"Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Nicholas Van 
Dyke, and took his seat January 23, 1827. 



NINETEENTH CONGRESS. 



109 



GEORGIA. 

SENATORS. 

Thomas W. Cobb, Greensboro. John Macpherson Berrien, Savannah. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 



George Gary, Appling. 
Alfred Cuthbert, Eatonton. 
John Forsyth, Augusta. 
Charles E. Haynes, Sparta. 



James Meriwether, Athens. 
Edward F. Tattnall, Savannah. 
Wiley Thompson, Elberton. 



ILLINOIS. 

SENATORS. 

Jesse B. Thomas, Edwardsville. Elias K. Kane, Kaskaskia. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

Daniel P. Cook, Edwardsville. 
INDIANA. 



James Noble, Brookville. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Ratliff Boon, Booneville. 
Jonathan Jennings, Charleston. 

KENTUCKY. 

SENATORS. 

Richard M. Johnson, Great Crossings. 



William Hendricks, Madison. 



John Test, Brookville. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Richard A. Buckner, Greensburg. 
James Clark, Winchester. 
Robert P. Henry ' Hopkinsville. 
John F. Henry, 5 ' Hopkinsville. 
Francis Johnson, Bowling Green. 
James Johnson, 3 Great Crossings. 
Robert McHatton, 4 Georgetown. 



John Rowan, Louisville. 



Robert P. Letcher, Lancaster. 
Thomas Metcalfe, Carlisle. 
Thomas P. Moore, Harrodsburg. 
David Trimble, Mount Sterling. 
Charles A. Wickliffe, Bardstown. 
William S. Young, Elizabethtown. 
Joseph Lecompte, New Castle. 



LOUISIANA. 



SENATORS. 



Josiah S. Johnston, Alexandria. Dominique Bouligny, New Orleans. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

William L. Brent, St. Martinsville. Edward Livingston, New Orleans. 

Henry H. Gurley, Baton Rouge. 

MAINE. 



SENATORS. 



John Holmes, Alfred. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John Anderson, Portland. 
William Burleigh, South Berwick. 
Ebenezer Herrick, Bowdoinham. 
David Kidder, Norridgewock. 



John Chandler, Monmouth. 



Enoch Lincoln, 5 Paris. 
James W. Ripley, 6 Fryeburg. 
Jeremiah O'Brien, Machias. 
Peleg Sprague, Hallowell. 



' Died August 25, 1826. 

3 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Robert P. Heury, 
and took his seat December 11, 1826. 
' Died August 14, 1826. 



4 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of James Johnson, 
and took his seat December 7, 1826. 

5 Resigned in 1826, having been elected governor. 

• Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Enoch Lin- 
coln, and took his seat in December, 1826. 



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MARYLAND. 



SENATORS. 



Edward Lloyd, 1 Easton. 

Ezekiel F. Chambers, 2 Chest ertown. 



John Barney, Baltimore. 
Clement Dorsey, Chaptico. 
Joseph Kent, 3 Bladensburg. 
John C. Weems, 4 Waterloo. 
John L. Kerr, Easton. 
Peter Little, Freedom. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Samuel Smith, Baltimore. 



Robert N. Martin, Princess Ann. 
George E. Mitchell, Elkton. 
George Peter, Damestown. 
Thomas C.Worthington, Frederick. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 

SENATORS. 



Elijah H. Mills, Northampton. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Samuel C. Allen, Greenfield. 

John Bailey, Milton. 

Francis Baylies, Taunton. 

Benjamin W. Crowninshield, Salem. 

John Davis, Worcester. 

Henry W. Dwight, Stockbridge. 

Edward Everett, Cambridge. 



MISSISSIPPI. 

SENATORS. 



Thomas H. Williams, Washington. 



James Lloyd, 6 Boston. 
Nathaniel Silsbee, 6 Salem. 



Aaron Hobart, East Bridgewater. 
Samuel Lathrop, West Springfield. 
John Locke, Ashby. 
John Reed, Yarmouth. 
John Varnum, Haverhill. 
Daniel Webster, Boston. 



David Holmes, 7 Washington. 
Powhatan Ellis, 8 Winchester. 
Thomas B. Reed, 9 Natchez. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Christopher Rankin, 10 Natchez. 



William Haile," Woodville. 



David Barton, St. Louis. 



MISSOURI. 

SENATORS. 

Thomas H. Benton, St. Louis. 

REPRESENTATIVE . 

John Scott, Ste. Genevieve. 



NEW HAMPSHIRE. 



Samuel Bell, Chester. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Ichabod Bartlett, Portsmouth. 
Titus Brown, Francestown. 
Nehemiah Eastman, Farmington. 



Levi Woodbury, Portsmouth. 



Jonathan Harvey, Sutton. 
Joseph Healy, Washington. 
Thomas Whipple, jr., Wentworth. 



1 Resigned in January, 182G. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Edward 
Lloyd, and took his seat February 22, 1826. 

3 Resigned January 6, 1826, having been elected governor. 

< Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Joseph 
Kent, and took his seat February 7, 1826. 

« Resigned May 23, 1826. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of James 
Lloyd, and took his seat December 4, 182& 

» Resigned September 25, 1826. 



8 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by resignation of David 
Holmes, and took his seat December 12, 1825. 

9 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of David 
Holmes, and took his seat March 11, 1826. 

i° Died March 14, 1826. 

11 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Christopher 
Rankin, and took his seat December 4, 1826; subsequently 
reelected; validity of election questioned on the ground that 
he was elected by " his own vote." 



NINETEENTH CONGEESS. 



Ill 



NEW JERSEY. 



SENATORS. 



Mahlon Dickerson, Suckasunny. 



Joseph Mcllvaine, 1 Burlington. 
Ephraim Bateman, 2 Cedarville. 



George Caesedy, Hackensack. 
Lewis Condit, Morristown. 
Daniel Garrison, Salem. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



George Holcombe, Allentown. 
Samuel Swan, Somerville. 
Ebenezer Tucker, Tuckerton. 



NEW YORK. 



Martin Van Buren, Albany. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Parmenio Adams, Batavia. 
William G. Angel, Burlington. 
Henry Ashley, Catskill. 
Luther Badger, Janesville. 
Churchill C. Cambreleng, New York. 
William Deitz, Court House. 
Nicoll Fosdick, Morristown. 
Daniel G. Garnsey, Fredonia. 
John Hallock, jr., Ridgeberry. 
Abraham B. Hasbrouck, Kingston. 
Moses Hayden, York. 
Michael Hoffman, Herkimer. 
Charles Humphrey, Ithaca. 
Jeromus Johnson, New York. 
Charles Kellogg, Kelloggsville. 
William McManus, Troy. 
Henry Markell, Palatine. 



Nathan Sanford, 3 Albany. 



Henry C. Martindale, Sandy Hill. 
Dudley Marvin, Canandaigua. 
John Miller, Truxton. 
Timothy H. Porter, Olean. 
Robert S. Rose, Geneva. 
Henry H. Ross, Essex. 
Joshua Sands, Brooklyn. 
Henry R. Storrs, Whitestown. 
James Strong, City of Hudson. 
John W. Taylor, Ballston Spa. 
Egbert Ten Eyck, 4 Watertown. 
Daniel Hugunin, jr., 5 Oswego. 
Stephen Van Rensselaer, Albany. 
Gulian C. Verplanck, New York. 
Aaron Ward, Mount Pleasant. 
Bartow W. White, Fishkill. 
Elisha Whittemore. 
Silas Wood, Huntington. 



NORTH CAROLINA. 



SENATORS. 

Nathaniel Macon, Monroe. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Willis Alston, jr., Hyde Park. 
Willie P. Mangum, 6 Red Mountain. 
Daniel L. Barringer, 7 Raleigh. 
John H. Bryan, Newbern. 
Samuel P. Carson, Pleasant Garden. 
Henry W. Conner, Sherrills Ford. 
Weldon N. Edwards, Warrenton. 
Richard Hines, Edgecombe. 

OHIO. 



John Branch, Enfield. 

Gabriel Holmes, Clinton. 
John Long, Longs Mills. 
Archibald McNeill, McNeills Store. 
Romulus M. Saunders, Milton. 
Lemuel Sawyer, Elizabeth. 
Lewis Williams, Panther Creek. 



SENATORS. 



Benja 



William Henry Harrison, Cincinnati. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Mordecai Bartley, Mansfield. 
Philemon Beecher, Lancaster. 
John W. Campbell, West Union. 
James Findlay, Cincinnati. 
David Jennings, 8 St. Clairsville. 
Thomas Shannon, 9 Barnesville. 
William McLean, Piqua. 
John Sloane, Wooster. 



John Thomson, Chillicothe. 
Joseph Vance, Urbana. 
Samuel F. Vinton, Gallipolis. 
Elisha Whittlesey, Canfield. 
William Wilson, Newark. 
John Woods, Hamilton. 
John C. Wright, Steuben ville. 



i Died August 19, 1826. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Joseph Mcll- 
vaine, and took his seat December 7, 1826. 

3 Elected to fill vacancy in term commencing March 4, 1S25, 
and took his seat January 31 , 1826; vacancy in this class from 
March 4, 1825, to January 14, 1826. 

• Served until December 15, 1825; succeeded by Daniel 
Hugunin, jr., who contested his election. 



5 Successfully contested the seat of Egbert Ten Eyck, and 
took his seat December 15, 1825. 

6 Resigned March 18, 1826. 

7 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Willie P. 
Mangum, and took his seat December 4, 1826. 

» Resigned May 25, 1826. 

9 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of David 
Jennings, and took his seat December 4, 1826. 



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PENNSYLVANIA. 



SENATORS. 



William Findlay, Franklinton. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William Addams, Reading. 
James Buchanan, Lancaster. 
Samuel Edwards, Chester. 
Patrick Farrelly, 1 Meadville. 
Thomas H. Sill, 2 Erie 
John Findlay, Chambersburg. 
Robert Harris, Harrisburg. 
Joseph Hemphill, 3 Philadelphia. 
Thomas Kittera, 4 Philadelphia. 
Samuel D. Ingham, New Hope. 
George Kremer, Lewisburg. 
Joseph Lawrence, Washington. 
Samuel McKean, Burlington. 
Philip S. Markley, Norristown. 
Daniel H. Miller, Philadelphia. 



William Marks, Pittsburg. 

Charles Miner, West Chester. 
James S. Mitchell, Rossville. 
John Mitchell, Bellefonte. 
Robert Orr, Kittanning. 
George Plumer, Robbstown. 
James S. Stevenson, Pittsburgh. 
Andrew Stewart, Uniontown. 
Alexander Thomson, 5 Bedford. 
Chauncey Forward, 6 Somerset. 
Espy Van Home, Williamsport. 
Henry Wilson, 7 Allentown. 
Jacob Krebs, 8 Orwigsburg. 
James Wilson, Fairfield. 
George Wolf, Easton. 
John Wurts, Philadelphia. 



RHODE ISLAND. 

SENATORS. 



Nehemiah R. Knight, Providence. 



James DeWolf, 9 Bristol. 
Asher Robbins, 10 Newport. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 

Tristam Burges, Providence. Dutee J. Pearce, Newport. 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 



John Gaillard, n Pendleton. 
William Harper, 12 Charleston. 
William Smith, I3 Charleston. 



SENATORS. 



Robert Y. Hayne, Charleston. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John Carter, Camden. 
Joel R. Poinsett, 14 Charleston. 
William Drayton, 15 Charleston. 
Joseph Gist, Pinckneyville. 
Andrew R. Govan, Orangeburg. 



James Hamilton, jr., Charleston. 
George McDuffie, Edgefield. 
Thomas R. Mitchell, Georgetown. 
Starling Tucker, Mountain Shoals. 
John Wilson, Golden Grove. 



TENNESSEE. 



SENATORS. 



John H. Eaton, Nashville. 



Andrew Jackson, 16 Nashville. 
Hugh L. White, 17 Knoxville. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Adam R. Alexander, Jackson. 
Robert Allen, Carthage. 
John Blair, Jonesboro. 
John Cocke, Rutledge. 
Samuel Houston, Nashville. 



Jacob C. Isacks, Winchester. 
John H. Marable, Yellow Creek. 
James C. Mitchell, Athens. 
James K. Polk, Columbia. 



' Died January 12, 1S26. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Patrick Farrelly, 
and took his seat April 3, 1826. 

3 Resigned in 1826. 

* Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Joseph 
Hemphill, and took his seat December 4, 1826. 

6 Resigned May 1, 1826. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Alexander 
Thomson, and took his seat December 4, 1826. 

' Died August 13, 1826. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Henry Wilson, 
and took his seat December 4, 1826. 

8 Resigned October 31, 1825. 



10 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of James 
DeWolf, and took his seat December 5, 1825. 
» Died February 26, 1826. 

12 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by death of John Gaillard, 
and took his seat March 28, 1826. 

13 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of John Gaillard, 
and took his seat December 7, 1826. 

u Resigned March 7, 1825, to become minister to Mexico. 

15 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Joel R. 
Poinsett, and took his seat December'5, 1825. 

i fi Resigned October 14, 1825. 

17 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Andrew 
Jackson, and took his seat December 12, 1825. 



NINETEENTH CONGRESS. 
VERMONT. 

SENATORS. 

Horatio Seymour, Middlebury. Dudley Chase, Randolph. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 



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William C. Bradley, Westminster. 
Rollin C. Mallary, Poultney. 
John Mattocks, Pearham. 



Ezra Meeeh, Shelburn. 
George E. Wales, Hartford. 



VIRGINIA. 



SENATORS. 



James Barbour, ' Barboursville. 
John Randolph, '-' Charlotte. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Mark Alexander, Lombardy Grove. 
William S. Archer, Amelia. 
William Armstrong, Romney. 
John S. Barbour, Culpeper. 
Burwell Bassett, Williamsburg. 
Nathaniel H. Claiborne, Rocky Mount. 
George W. Crump, Cumberland. 
Thomas Davenport, Meadsville. 
Benjamin Est.il, Abingdon. 
John Floyd, Newbern. 
Robert S. Garnett, Lloyds 



Littleton W. Tazewell, Norfolk. 



Joseph Johnson, Bridgeport. 
William McCoy, Franklin. 
Charles F. Mercer, Aldie. 
Thomas Newton, jr., Norfolk. 
Alfred H. Powell, Winchester. 
William C. Rives, Milton. 
William Smith, Lewisburg. 
Andrew Stevenson, Richmond. 
John Taliaferro, Fredericksburg. 
Robert Taylor, Orange. 
James Trezvant, Jerusalem. 



ARKANSAW TERRITORY. 

DELEGATE. 

Henry W. Conway, Little Rock. 
TERRITORY OF FLORIDA. 

DELEGATE. 

Joseph M. White, Pensacola. 
MICHIGAN TERRITORY. 

DELEGATE. 

Austin E. Wing, Detroit. 



i Resigned March 27, 1825. 

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2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of James Bar- 
bour, and took his seat December 26," 1825. 



TWENTIETH CONGRESS. 



MARCH 4, 1827, TO MARCH 3, 1829. 



FIRST SESSION— December 3, 1827, to May 26, 1828. SECOND SESSION— December 1, 

1828, to March 3, 1829. 



VICE PRESIDENT— John C. Calhoun, of South Carolina. PRESIDENTS OF THE SENATE 
PRO TEMPORE— Samuel Smith, 1 of Maryland. SECRETARY OF THE SENATE— Walter Lowrie, 
of Pennsylvania. 

SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE— Andrew Stevenson, of Virginia. 2 CLERK OF THE HOUSE — 
Matthew St. Clair Clarke, of Pennsylvania. 



William R. King, Selma. 



John McKee, Tuscaloosa. 
Gabriel Moore, Huntsville. 



Calvin Willey, Toland. 



ALABAMA. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 

CONNECTICUT. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



John Baldwin, Windham. 

Noyes Barber, Groton. 

Ralph I. Ingersoll, New Haven. 



DELAWARE. 

SENATORS. 



Henry M. Ridgeley, Dover. 



John McKinley, Huntsville. 



George W. Owen, Claiborne. 



Samuel A. Foot, Cheshire. 



Orange Merwin, New Milford. 
Elisha Phelps, Simsbury. 
David Plant, Stratford. 



Louis McLane, Wilmington. 



REPRESENTATIVE. 

Kensey Johns, jr., Newcastle. 
GEORGIA. 

SENATORS. 



Thomas W. Cobb, 3 Greensboro. 
Oliver H. Prince, 4 Macon. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John Floyd, Jefferson. 
Tomlinson Fort, Milledgeville. 
George R. Gilmer, Lexington. 
Charles E. Haynes, Sparta. 



John McPherson Berrien, Savannah. 



Wilson Lumpkin, Madison. 
Wiley Thompson, Elberton. 
Richard H. Wilde, Augusta. 



> Elected May 15, 1828. Nathaniel Maeon, of North Caro- » ReslgiDed in 1828. 
' ia, was first elected on the f— 
" Elected December 3, 1827. 

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TWENTIETH CONGRESS. 



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ILLINOIS. 

SENATORS. 

Jeeee B. Thomas, Edwardeville. Elias K. Kane, Kaekaskia. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

Joseph Duncan, Brownsville. 
INDIANA. 



James Noble, Brookville. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVE. 



Thomas H. Blake, Terre Haute. 
Jonathan Jennings, Charleston. 

KENTUCKY. 

SENATORS. 

Richard M. Johnson, Great Crossings. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Richard A. Buckner, Greensburg. 
Thomas Chilton, Elizabeth town. 
James Clark, Winchester. 
Henry Daniel, Mount Sterling. 
Joseph Lecompte, Newcastle. 
Robert P. Letcher, Lancaster. 
Chittenden Lyon, Eddyville. 

LOUISIANA. 

SENATORS. 

Josiah S. Johnston, Alexandria. 



William Hendricks, Madison. 



Oliver H. Smith, Connersville. 



John Rowan, Louisville. 



Robert McHatton, Georgetown. 
Thomas Metcalfe, 1 Carlisle. 
John Chambers, J Washington. 
Thomas P. Moore, Harrodsburg. 
Charles A. Wickliffe, Bardstown. 
Joel Yancey, Glasgow. 



Dominique Bov.ligny, New Orleans. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William L. Brent, St. Martinsville. 
Henry II. Gurley, Baton Rouge. 



MAINE. 



Edward Livingston, New Orleans. 



John Chandler, Monmouth. 



SENATORS. 



Albion K. Parris, 3 Portland. 
John Holmes, 4 Alfred. 



John Anderson, Portland. 
Samuel Butman, Dixmont. 
Rufus Mclntire, Parsonsfleld. 
Jeremiah O'Brien, Machias. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



MARYLAND. 



James W. Ripley, Fryeburg. 
Peleg Sprague, Hallowell. 
Joseph F. Wingate, Bath. 



Samuel Smith, Baltimore. 



John Barney, Baltimore. 
Clement Dorsey, Chaptico. 
Levin Gale, Elkton. 
John L. Kerr, Easton. 
Peter Little, Freedom. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Ezekiel F. Chambers, Chestertown. 

Michael C. Sprigg, Frostburg. 
George C. Washington, Rockville. 
John C. Weems, Waterloo. 
Ephraim K. Wilson, Snow Hill. 



i Resigned June 1. 1828. 5 Resigned August 26, 1828. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation ol Thomas 4 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resgination of Albion K. 
Metcalfe, and took his seat December 1, 1828. Parris, and took his seat January 20, 1829. 



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MASSACHUSETTS. 



Nathaniel Silsbee, Salem. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Samuel C. Allen, Greenfield. 

John Bailey, Milton. 

Isaac 0. Bates, Northampton. 

Benjamin W. Crowninshield, Salem. 

John Davis, Worcester. 

Henry W. Dwight, Stockbridge. 

Edward Everett, Cambridge. 



Daniel Webster, Boston. 



Benjamin Gorham, Boston. 
James L. Hodges, Taunton. 
John Locke, Asbby. 
John Reed, Yarmouth. 
Joseph Richardson, Hingham. 
John Varaum, Haverhill. 



MISSISSIPPI. 

SENATORS. 

Thomas H. Williams, Washington. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

William Haile, 1 Woodville. 

MISSOURI. 

SENATORS. 

Thomas H. Benton, St. Louis. 



Powhatan Ellis, Winchester. 



Thomas Hinds, 2 Greenville. 



David Barton, St. Louis. 



REPRESENTATIVE. 

Edward Bates, St. Louis. 



NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

SENATORS. 



Samuel Bell, Chester. 



r.EPRESENTATIVES. 



David Barker, jr., Rochester. 
Ichabod Bartlett, Portsmouth. 
Titus Brown, Francestown. 



Levi Woodbury, Portsmouth. 



Jonathan Harvey, Sutton. 
Joseph Healy, Washington. 
Thomas Whipple, jr., Wentworth. 



NEW JERSEY. 



SENATORS. 



Ephraim Bateman, 3 Cedarville. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Lewis Condit, Morristown. 
George Holcombe, 5 Allentown. 
James F. Randolph, 6 New Brunswick. 
Isaac Pierson, Orange. 



Mahlon Dickerson, 4 Suckasunny. 



Hedge Thompson, 7 Salem. 
Thomas Sinmckson, 8 Salem. 
Samuel Swan, Somerville. 
Ebenezer Tucker, Tuckerton. 



1 Resigned in 1828. 

3 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of William 
Haile, and took his seat December 8, i828. 

3 A remonstrance against the legality of his election was 
considered by a select committee of five Senators; it revealed 
that, as chairman of the joint convention of the general assem- 
bly of New Jersey, Mr. Bateman had voted for himself for 
Senator, had broken a tie vote thereby, and upon such state 
of facts the certificate had been Issued to him; May 22, 1828, 
the committee reported, holding that he had only exercised a 
legal right by thus voting, and, upon Its request, was dis- 
charged; resigned January 12, 1829. 



< Resigned January 30. 1829: subsequently elected to fill va- 
cancy caused by resignation of Ephraim Bateman, and took 
his seat February 9, 1829. State unrepresented in this class 
from January 30, 1829, to March 3, 1829. 

6 Died January 14. 1828. 

8 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of George Holcombe, 
and took his seat December 1, 1828. 

i Died July 23, 1828. 

8 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Hedge Thomp- 
son, and took his seat December 1, 1828. 



TWENTIETH CONGRESS. 



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NEW YORK. 



Martin Van Buren, 1 Albany. 
Charles E. Dudley, 2 Albany. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Daniel D. Barnard, Rochester. 
Thomas Beekman, Peterboro. 
George O. Belden, Monticello. 
Rudolph Buuner, Oswego. 
Churchill. C. Cambreleng, New York. 
Samuel Chase, Cooperstown. 
John C. Clarke, Bainbridge. 
John I. De Graff, Schenectady. 
John D. Dickinson, Troy. 
Jonas Earll, jr., Onondaga. 
Daniel G. Garnsey, Fredonia. 
Nathaniel Garrow, Auburn. 
John Hallock, jr., Ridgebury. 
Selah R. Hobbie, Delhi. 
Michael Hoffman, Herkimer. 
Jeromus Johnson, New York. 
Richard Keese, Keeseville. 
John Magee, Bath. 



Nathan Sanford, Albany. 



Henry Markell, Palatine. 
Henry C. Martindale, Sandy Hill. 
Dudley Marvin, Canandaigua. 
John Maynard, Ovid Village. 
Thomas J. Oakley, 3 Poughkeepsie. 
Thomas Taber, 2d, 4 Dover. 
Henry R. Storrs, Whitestown. 
John G. Stower, Hamilton. 
James Strong, City of Hudson. 
John W. Taylor, Ballston Spa. 
Phineas L. Tracy, Batavia. 
Stephen Van Rensselaer, Albany. 
Gulian C. Verplanck, New York. 
Aaron Ward, Mount Pleasant. 
John J. Wood, Clarkstown. 
Silas Wood, Huntingdon. 
David Woodcock, Ithaca. 
Silas Wright, jr., 6 Canton. 



NORTH CAROLINA. 



Nathaniel Macon, Warrenton. 
James Iredell, 7 Edenton. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Willis Alston, jr., Hyde Park. 
Daniel L. Barringer, Raleigh. 
John H. Brvan, Newbem. 
Samuel P. Carson, Pleasant Garden. 
Henry W. Conner, Sherrills Ford. 
John Culpepper, Beards Store. 
Thomas H. Hall, Tarboro. 



John Branch, Enfield. 



Gabriel Holmes, Montpelier. 
John Long, Longs Mills. 
Lemuel Sawyer, Elizabeth. 
Augustine H. Shepperd, Germantown. 
Daniel Turner, Warrenton. 
Lewis Williams, Panther Creek. 



OHIO. 



SENATORS. 



Benjamin Ruggles, St. Clairsville. 



William Henry Harrison, 8 Cincinnati. 
Jacob Burnet, 9 Cincinnati. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Mordecai Bartley, Mansfield. 
Philemon Beecher, Lancaster. 
William Creighton, jr., 6 Chillicothe. 
Francis S. Muhlenburg. 10 
John Davenport, Barnesville. 
James Findlay, Cincinnati. 
William McLean, Piqua. 
William Russell, West Union. 



John Sloane, Wooster. 
William Stanberry, Newark. 
Joseph Vance, Urbana. 
Samuel F. Vinton, Gallipolis. 
Elisha Whittlesey, Canfield. 
John Woods, Hamilton. 
John C. Wright, Steuben ville. 



PENNSYLVANIA. 



William Marks, Pittsburg. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William Addams, Reading. 
Samuel Anderson, Providence. 
Stephen Barlow, Meadville. 
James Buchanan, Lancaster. 



Isaac D. Barnard, West Chester. 



Richard Coulter, Greensburg. 
Chauncey Forward, Somerset. 
Joseph Fry, jr., Fryburg. 
Innis Green, Dauphin. 



> Resigned December 20, 1828. 

' Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Martin Van 
liuren, and took his seat January 29, 1829. 

a Resigned May 9, 1828. 

< Elected to All vacancy caused by resignation of Thomas J. 
Oakley, and took his seat December 1 , 1828. 

» Resigned February 16, 1829. 

» Resigned In 1828. 



' Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Nathaniel 
Macon, and took his seat December 23, 1828. 

8 Resigned May 20. 1828. 

9 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of William 
Henry Harrison, and took his seat December 29, 1828. 

10 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of William 
Creighton, jr., and took his seat December 19, 1828. 



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Samuel D. Ingham, New Hope. 
Adam King, York. 
George Kremer, Lewisburg. 
Joseph Lawrence, Washington. 
Samuel McKean, Burlington. 
Daniel H. Miller, Philadelphia. 
Charles Miner, West Chester. 
John Mitchell, Bellefonte. 
Robert Orr, jr., Kittanning. 



William Ramsay, Carlisle. 
John Sergeant, 1 Philadelphia. 
John B. Sterigere, Upper Dublin. 
James S. Stevenson, Pittsburgh. 
Andrew Stewart, Uniontown. 
Joel B. Sutherland, Philadelphia. 
Espy "Van Home, Williamsport. 
James Wilson, Fairfield. 
George Wolf, Easton. 



RHODE ISLAND. 

SENATORS. 



Nehemiah R. Knight, Providence. 



Asher Robbins, Newport. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Dutee J. Pearce, Newport. 



SOUTH CAROLINA. 



Robert Y. Hayne, Charleston. 



SENATORS. 



William Smith, Charleston. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John Carter, Camden. 
Warren R. Davis, Pendleton. 
William Drayton, Charleston. 
James Hamilton, jr., Charleston. 
George McDuffie, Edgefield. 



William D. Martin, Barnwell. 
Thomas R. Mitchell, Georgetown. 
William T. Nuckolls, Spartanburg. 
Starling Tucker, Mountain Shoals. 



TENNESSEE. 



SENATORS. 



John H. Eaton, Nashville. 



Hugh L. White, Knoxville. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John Bell, Nashville. 
John Blair, Jonesboro. 
David Crockett, Trenton. 
Robert Desha, Gallatin. 
Jacob C. Isacks, Winchester. 



Pryor Lea, Knoxville. 
John H. Marable, Yellow Creek. 
James C. Mitchell, Athens. 
James K. Polk, Columbia. 



VERMONT. 



SENATORS. 

Horatio Seymour, Middlebury. Dudley Chase, Randolph. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 



Daniel A. A. Buck, Chelsea. 
Jonathan Hunt, Brattleboro. 
Rollin C. Mallary, Poultney. 



Benjamin Swift, St. Albans. 
George E. Wales, Hartford. 



i Election questioned by sundry citizens of Pennsylvania. On January 14, 1826, resolution was adopted declaring him 
entitled to nis seat. 



TWENTIETH CONGKESS. 



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VIRGINIA. 



SENATORS. 



Littleton W. Tazewell, Norfolk. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Mark Alexander, Lombardy Grove. 
Robert Allen, Mount Jackson. 
William S. Archer, Elkhill. 
William Armstrong, Romney. 
John S. Barbour, Culpeper. 
Philip P. Barbour, Gordonsville. 
Burwell Bassett, Williamsburg. 
Nathaniel H. Claiborne, Rocky Mount. 
Thomas Davenport, Meadsville. 
John Floyd, Newbern. 
Isaac Leffler, Wheeling. 



John Tyler, Charles City. 



Lewis Maxwell, Weston. 
Charles F. Mercer, Aldie. 
William McCoy, Franklin. 
Thomas Newton, jr., Norfolk. 
John Randolph, Charlotte. 
William C. Rives, Milton. 
John Roane, Rumford Academy. 
Alexander Smyth, Wythe. 
Andrew Stevenson, Richmond. 
John Taliaferro, Fredericksburg. 
James Trezvant, Jerusalem. 



AKKANSAW TERRITORY. 

DELEGATE. 

Ambrose H. Sevier, Little Rock. 
TERRITORY OF FLORIDA. 

DELEGATE. 

Joseph M. White, Pensacola. 
MICHIGAN TERRITORY. 



DELEGATE. 

Austin E. Wing, Detroit. 



TWENTY-FIRST CONGRESS. 






MARCH 4, 1829, TO MARCH 3, 1831. 



FIRST SESSION— December 7, 1829, to May 31, 1830. SECOND SESSION— December 6, 
1830, to March 3, 1831. SPECIAL SESSION OF THE SENATE— March 4, 1829, to 
March 17, 1829. 



VICE PRESIDENT— John C. Calhoun, of South Carolina. PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE 
PRO TEMPORE— Samuel Smith, 1 of Maryland. SECRETARY OF THE SENATE— Walter Lowrie, 
of Pennsylvania. 

SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE— Andrew Stevenson, of Virginia. CLERK OF THE HOUSE— 
Matthew St. Clair Clarke, of Pennsylvania. 



ALABAMA. 



SENATORS. 



William R. King, Selma. 



John McKinley, Florence. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Robert E. B. Baylor, Tuscaloosa. 
Clement C. Clay, Huntsville. 



CONNECTICUT. 



Dixon H. Lewis, Montgomery. 



SENATORS. 



Calvin Willey, Tolland. 



Samuel A. Foot, Cheshire. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Noyes Barber, Groton. 

William W. Ellsworth, Hartford. 

Jabez W. Huntington, Litchfield. 



DELAWARE. 



SENATORS. 



Louis McLane, 2 Wilmington. 
Arnold Naudain, 3 Wilmington. 



Ralph I. Ingersoll, New Haven. 
William L. Storrs, Middletown. 
Ebenezer Young, Killingly. 



John M. Clayton, Dover. 



REPRESENTATIVE. 

Kensey, Johns, jr., Newcastle. 
GEORGIA. 



SENATORS. 



John Macpherson Berrien, 4 Savannah. 
John Forsyth, 5 Augusta. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Thomas F. Foster, Greensboro. 
Charles E. Haynes, Sparta. 
George R. Gilmer, 6 Lexington. 
Henry G. Lamar, 7 Macon. 



George M. Troup, Dublin. 



Wilson Lumpkin, Monroe. 
Wiley Thompson, Elberton. 
James M. Wayne, Savannah. 
Richard H. Wilde, Augusta. 



' Elected March 13, 1829 (special session of the Senate); 
May 29, 1830; March 1, 1831; Littleton W. Tazewell, of Vir- 
ginia, was first elected on the last-named date, but declined 
to serve. 

2 Resigned April 16,1829. 

3 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Louis 
McLane, and took his seat January 13, 1830. 

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i Resigned March 9, 1829. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of John Mac- 
pherson Berrien, and took his seat December 8, 1829. 

6 Resigned in September, 1829, having been elected gov- 
ernor. 

' Elected to fill vacany caused by the resignation of George R. 
Gilmer, and took his seat December 7, 1829. 



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ILLINOIS. 



SENATORS. 



Elias K. Kane, Kaskaskia. 



John McLean, 1 Shawneetown. 
David J. Baker, 2 Shawneetown. 
John M. Robinson, 3 Carmi. 



REPRESENTATIVE. 

Joseph Duncan, Brownsville. 
INDIANA. 



James Noble, 4 Brookville. 



SENATORS. 



RErRESENTATIVES. 



Ratlin" Boon, Boonville. 
Jonathan Jennings, Charleston. 



John Rowan, Louisville. 



KENTUCKY. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Thomas Chilton, Elizabethtown. 
James Clark, Winchester. 
Nicholas D. Coleman, Washington. 
Henry Daniel, Mount Sterling. 
Nathan Gaither, Columbia. 
Richard M. Johnson, Great Crossing. 



William Hendricks, Madison. 



John Test, Lawrenceburg. 



George M. Bibb, Yellow Banks. 



John Kincaid, Stanford. 
Joseph Lecompte, Newcastle. 
Robert P. Letcher, Lancaster. 
Chittenden Lyon, Eddyville. 
Charles A. Wickliffe, Bardstown. 
Joel Yancey, Glasgow. 



LOUISIANA. 



SENATORS. 



Josiah S. Johnston, Alexandria. Edward Livingston, New Orleans. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Edward D. White, Donaldsonville. 



Henry H. Gurley, Baton Rouge. 
Walter H. Overton, Alexandria. 



John Holmes, Alfred. 



John Anderson, Portland. 
Samuel Butman, Dixmont. 
George Evans, Gardiner. 
Leonard Jarvis, Ellsworth. 



MAINE. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



MARYLAND. 



Peleg Sprague, Hallowell. 



Rufus Mclntire, Parsonfield. 
James W. Ripley, 5 Fryeburg. 
Cornelius Holland, 6 Canton. 
Joseph F. Wingate, Bath. 



SENATORS. 



Samuel Smith, Baltimore. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 

Elias Brown, Freedom. 
Clement Dorsey, Chaptico. 
Benjamin O. Howard, Baltimore. 
George E. Mitchell, Elkton. 
Benedict I. Semmes, Piscataway. 



Ezekiel F. Chambers, Chestertown. 



Richard Spencer, Easton. 
Michael C. Sprigg, Frostburg. 
George C. Washington, Rockville. 
Ephraim K. Wilson, Snow Hill. 



1 Died October 14, 1830. 

3 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by death of John McLean, 
and took his seat December 6, 1830. 

3 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of John McLean, 
and took his seat January 4, 1831. 



< Died February 26, 1831. 

6 Election unsuccessfully contested by Reuel Washburn; 
resigned March 12, 1830. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of James W. 
Ripley, and took his seat December 6, 1830. 



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CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 



Nathaniel Silsbee, Salem. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John Bailey, Milton. 

Isaac C. Bates, Northampton. 

Benjamin W. Crowninshield, Salem. 

John Davis, Worcester. 

Henry W. Dwight, Stockbridge. 

Edward Everett, Charlestown. 

Benjamin Gorham, Boston. 



Daniel Webster, Boston. 



George Grennell, jr., Greenfield. 
James L. Hodges, Taunton. 
Joseph G. Kendall, Leominster. 
John Reed, Yarmouth Port. 
Joseph Richardson, Hingham. 
John Yarnum, Haverhill. 



MISSISSIPPI. 



Powhatan Ellis, Winchester. 



SENATORS. 



Thomas B. Reed, 1 Natchez. 
Robert H. Adams, 2 Natchez. 
George Poindexter, 3 Natchez. 



REPRESENTATIVE. 

Thomas Hinds, Greenville. 
MISSOURI. 

SENATORS. 



David Barton, St. Louis. 



Thomas H. Benton, St. Louis. 



REPRESENTATIVE . 



Spencer Pettis, Fayette. 



NEW HAMPSHIRE. 



Samuel Bell, Chester. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES . 



John Brodhead, New Market. 
Thomas Chandler, Hillsboro. 
Joseph Hammons, Farmington. 



NEV7 JERSEY. 



Levi Woodbury, Portsmouth. 



Jonathan Harvey, Sutton. 
Henry Hubbard, Charlestown. 
John W. Weeks, Lancaster. 



SENATORS. 



Mahlon Dickerson, Suckasunny. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Lewis Condit, Morristown. 
Richard M. Cooper, Camden. 
Thomas H. Hughes, Cold Spring. 



Theodore Frelinghuysen, Newark. 



Isaac Pierson, Orange. 

James F. Randolph, North Brunswick. 

Samuel Swan, Bound Brook. 



NEW YORK. 



Nathan Sanford, Albany. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William G. Angel, Burlington. • 
Benedict Arnold, Amsterdam. 
Abraham Bockee, Federal Store. 
Peter I. Borst, Middleburg. 
Churchill C. Cambreleng, New York. 
Timothy Childs, Rochester. 



Charles E. Dudley, Albany. 



Henry B. Cowles, Carmel. 
Hector Craig, 4 Craigville. 
Samuel W. Eager, 5 Montgomery. 
Jacob Crocheron, Smithfield. 
Charles G. De Witt, Kingston. 
John D. Dickinson, Troy. 



i Died November 26, 1829. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy in term ending March 3, 1835, caused 
by death of Thomas B. Reed, and took his seat February 8, 1830; 
died July 2, 1830. 

3 Appointed to fill vacancy in term ending March 3, 1835, 



caused by death of Robert H. Adams, and took his seat De- 
cember 6, 1830; subsequently elected. 

1 Resigned July 12, 1830. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Hector Craig, 
and took his seat December 6, 1830. 



TWENTY-FIRST CONGRESS. 



123 



Jonas Earll, jr., Onondaga. 
Isaac Finch, Jay. 
George Fisher, 1 Oswego. 
Jonah Sanford, 2 Oswego. 
Jehiel H. Halsey, Lodi. 
Joseph Hawkins, Henderson. 
Michael Hoffman, Herkimer. 
Perkins King, Freehold. 
James W. Lent, Newtown. 
John Magee, Bath. 
Henry C. Martindale, Sandy Hill. 
Thomas Maxwell, Elmira. 



Robert Monell, 5 Greene. 
Ebenezer F. Norton, Buffalo. 
Gershom Powers, Auburn. 
Robert S. Rose, Geneva. 
Ambrose Spencer, Albany. 
James Strong, Hudson. 
Henry R. Storrs, Whitestown. 
John W. Taylor, Ballston Spa. 
Phineas L. Tracy, Batavia. 
Gulian C. Verplanck, New York. 
Campbell P. White, New York. 



NORTH CAROLINA. 



SENATORS. 



John Branch, 4 Enfield. 
Bedford Brown, s Browns Store. 



James Iredell, Edenton. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Willis Alston, jr., Fortunes Fork. 
Daniel L. Barringer, Raleigh. 
Samuel P. Carson, Pleasant Garden. 
Henry W. Conner, Sherrills Ford. 
Edmund Deberry, Lawrenceville. 
Edward B. Dudley, Wilmington. 
Thomas H. Hall, Tarboro. 



Robert Potter, Oxford. 
Abraham Rencher, Pittsboro. 
William B. Shepard, Elizabeth City. 
Augustine H. Shepperd, Germantown. 
Jesse Speight, Speights Bridge. 
Lewis Williams, Panther Creek. 



OHIO. 



SENATORS. 



Benjamin Ruggles, St. Clairsville. 



Jacob Burnet, Cincinnati. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Mordecai Bartley, Mansfield. 
Joseph H. Crane, Dayton. 
William Creighton, jr., Chillicothe. 
James Findlay, Cincinnati. 
John M. Goodenow, 6 Steubenville. 
Humphrey H. Leavitt, 7 Steubenville. 
William W. Irvin, Lancaster. 
William Kennon. St. Clairsville. 



William Russell, West Union. 
James Shields, Dicks Mills. 
William Stanberry, Newark. 
John Thomson, New Lisbon. 
Joseph Vance, Urbana. 
Samuel F. Vinton, Gallipolis. 
Elisha Whittlesey, Canfield. 



PENNSYLVANIA. 



SENATORS. 



William Marks, Pittsburg. 



Isaac D. Barnard, West Chester. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



James Buchanan, Lancaster. 
Richard Coulter, Greensburg. 
Thomas H. Crawford, Chambersburg. 
Harmar Denny, Pittsburgh. 
Joshua Evans, Paoli. 
James Ford, Lawrenceville. 
Chauncey Forward, Somerset. 
Joseph Fry, jr., Fryburg. 
John Gilmore, Butler. 
Innis Green, Dauphin. 
Joseph Hemphill, Philadelphia. 
Peter Ihrie. jr., Easton. 
Thomas Irwin, Unioutown. 
Adam King, York. 



George C. Leiper, Leiperville. 
AlemMarr, Danville. 
William McCreedy, Bricelands Cross- 
roads. 
Daniel H. Miller, Philadelphia. 
Henry A. Muhlenberg, Reading. 
William Ramsey, Carlisle. 
John Scott, Alexandria. 
Thomas H. Sill, Erie. 
Samuel A. Smith, Doylestown. 
Philander Stephens, Montrose. 
John B. Sterigere. Norristown. 
Joel B. Sutherland, Philadelphia. 



i Served until February 5, 1830; election successfully con- 
tested by Silas Wright, jr.-, who thereafter declined to take the 
seat. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by Silas Wright, jr., declin- 
ing to take his seat. 

"Resigned February 21, 1831. 



* Resigned March 9, 1829. 

& Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of John Branch, 
and took his seat December 28, 1829. 

6 Resigned April 9, 1830. 

7 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of John M. 
Goodenow, and took his seat December6, 1830. 



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RHODE ISLAND. 



SENATORS. 



Nehemiah R. Knight, Providence. 



Aslier Robbins, Newport. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 

Tristam Burges, Providence. Dutee J. Pearce, Newport. 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 



SENATORS. 



Robert Y. Hayne, Charleston. 



William Smith, Charleston. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Robert W. Barnwell, Beaufort. 
James Blair, Camden. 
John Campbell, Brownsville. 
Warren R. Davis, Pendleton. 
William Drayton, Charleston. 



TENNESSEE. 



William D. Martin, Barnwell. 
George McDuffie, Edgefield. 
William T. Nuckolls, Hancockville. 
Starling Tucker, Mountain Shoals. 



John H. Eaton, 1 Nashville. 
Felix Grundy, 2 Nashville. 



SENATORS. 



Hugh L. White, Knoxville. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John Bell, Nashville. 
John Blair, Jonesboro. 
David Crockett, Crocketts. 
Robert Desha, Gallatin. 
Jacob C. Isacks, Winchester. 



Cave Johnson, Clarksville. 
Pryor Lea, s Knoxville. 
James K. Polk, Columbia. 
James Standifer, Mount Airy. 



VERMONT. 



SENATORS. 

Horatio Seymour, Middlebury. Dudley Chase, Randolph. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 



William Cahoon, Lyndon. 
Horace Everett, Windsor. 
Jonathan Hunt, Brattleboro. 



Roll in C. Mallary, Poultney. 
Benjamin Swift, St. Albans. 



VIRGINIA. 



SENATORS. 



Littleton W. Tazewell, Norfolk. 



John Tyler, Charles City. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Mark Alexander, Lombardy Grove. 
Robert Allen, Mount Jackson. 
William S. Archer, Elkhill. 
William Armstrong, Romney. 
John S. Barbour, Culpeper. 
Philip P. Barbour, 4 Gordonsville. 
John M. Patton, 6 Fredericksburg. 
Thomas T. Bouldin, Charlotte. 
Nathaniel H. Claiborne, Rocky Mount. 
Richard Coke, jr., Williamsburg. 
Robert Craig, Montgomery. 
Thomas Davenport, Meadsville. 
Philip Doddridge, Wellsburg. 



Alexander Smyth, Wythe. 
Joseph Draper, 7 Wythe. 
Thomas Newton, jr., 8 Norfolk. 
George Loyall, 9 Norfolk. 
William C. Rives, 10 Milton. 
William F. Gordon, 11 Lindseys Store. 
Lewis Maxwell, Weston. 
William McCoy, Franklin. 
Charles F. Mercer, Leesburg. 
John Roane, Rumford Academy. 
Andrew Stevenson, Richmond. 
John Taliaferro, Fredericksburg. 
James Trezvant, Jerusalem. 



1 Resigned March 9, 1S29. 

2 Elected to fill vacancv caused by resignation of John H. 
Eaton, and took his seat December 7, 1829. 

3 Election unsuccessfully contested by Thomas D. Arnold. 
1 Resigned May 31, 1830. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Philip P. 
Barbour, and took his seat December 6, 1830. 

« Died April 17, 1830. 

7 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Alexander 
Smyth, and took his seat December 6, 1830. 



* Served until March 9, 1830; succeeded by George Loyall, 
who contested his election. 

9 Successfully contested the election of Thomas Newton, and 
took his seat March 9, 1830. 

" Resigned in 1829. 

ii Elected to fill vacancy caused by the resignation of 
William C. Rives, and took his seat January 25, 1830. 



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ABKANSAW TERRITORY. 

DELEGATE. 

Ambrose H. Sevier, Little Rock. 
TERRITORY OF FLORIDA. 

DELEGATE. 

Joseph M. White, Monticello. 
MICHIGAN TERRITORY. 

DELEGATE. 

John B'ddle, 1 Detroit. 
1 Resigned February 21, 1831. 



TWENTY-SECOND CONGRESS. 



MARCH 4, 1831, TO MARCH 3, 1833. 



FIRST SESSION— December 5, 1831, to July 16, 1832. SECOND SESSION— December 3, 

1832, to March 2, 1833. 



VICE PRESIDENT— John C. Calhoun, 1 of South Carolina. PRESIDENTS OF THE SENATE 
PRO TEMPORE— Littleton W. Tazewell, 2 of Virginia; Huge L. White, 3 of Tennessee. SECRETARY 
OF THE SENATE — Walter Lowrie, of Pennsylvania. 

SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE— Andrew Stevenson, of Virginia. CLERK OF THE HOUSE— 
Matthew St. Clair Clarke, of Pennsylvania. 



William R. King, Selma. 



ALABAMA. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



Clement C. Clay, Huntsville. 
Dixon H. Lewis, Montgomery. 



Gabriel Moore, Huntsville. 



Samuel W. Mardis, Montevallo. 



CONNECTICUT. 

SENATORS. 

Samuel A. Foot, Cheshire. Gideon Tomlinson, Fairfield. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 



Noyes Barber, Groton. 

William W. Ellsworth, Hartford. 

Jabez W. Huntington, Litchfield. 



DELAWARE. 

SENATORS. 



John M. Clayton, Dover. 



Ralph I. Ingersoll, New Haven. 
William L. Storrs, Middletown. 
Ebenezer Young, Killingly Center. 



Arnold Naudain, Middletown. 



REPRESENTATIVE. 

John J. Milligan, Wilmington. 
GEORGIA. 



SENATORS. 

George M. Troup, 4 Dublin. John Forsyth, Augusta. 

REPRESENTATIVES . 



Augustin Smith Clayton, Athens. 
Thomas F. Foster, Greensboro. 
Henry G. Lamar, Macon. 
Daniel Newnan, McDonough. 



Wiley Thompson, Elberton. 
James M. Wayne, Savannah. 
Richard H. Wilde, Augusta. 



' Resigned December 28, 1832, to become United States Senator. 
2 Elected July 9, 1832. 

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a Elected December 3, 1832. 
' Resigned Marcb 2, 1833. 



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127 



ILLINOIS. 

SENATORS. 

Elias K. Kane, Kaskaskia. John M. Robinson, Carmi. 

REPRESENTATIVE . 

Joseph Duncan, Jacksonville. 
INDIANA. 

SENATORS. 



William Hendricks, Madison. 



Robert Hanna, 1 Brookville. 
John Tipton, 2 Logansport. 



Ratliff Boon, Booneville. 
John Carr, Charleston. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



KENTUCKY. 



Jonathan McCarty, Connersville. 



SENATORS. 



George M. Bibb, Yellow Banks. 



Henry Clay, Lexington. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John Adair, Harrodsburg. 
Chilton Allan, Winchester. 
Henry Daniel, Mount Sterling. 
Nathan Gaither, Columbia. 
Albert G. Hawes, Hawesville. 
Richard M. Johnson, Great Crossing. 



Joseph Lecompte, Newcastle. 
Robert P. Letcher, Lancaster. 
Chittenden Lyon, Eddyville. 
Thomas A. Marshall, Paris. 
Christopher Tompkins, Glasgow. 
Charles A. Wickliffe, Bardstown. 



LOUISIANA. 

SENATORS. 

Josiah S. Johnston, Alexandria. Edward Livingston, 3 New Orleans. 

George A. Waggaman, 4 New Orleans. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Henry A. Bullard, Alexandria. 
Philemon Thomas, Baton Rouge. 



Edward D. White, Donaldsonville. 



John Holmes Alfred. 



MAINE. 

SENATORS. 



Peleg Sprague, Hallowell. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 

John Anderson, Portland. Leonard Jarvis, Ellsworth. 

James Bates, Norridgewock. Edward Kavanagh, Damariscotta Mills. 

George Evans, Gardiner. Rufus Mclntire, Parsonsfield. 
Cornelius Holland, Canton. 

MARYLAND. 



Samuel Smith, Baltimore. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Benjamin C. Howard, Baltimore. 
Daniel Jenifer, Aliens Fresh. 
John L. Kerr, Eaton. 
George E. Mitchell, 5 Elkton. 
Charles S. Sewall, 6 Elkton. 



Ezekiel F. Chambers, Chestertown. 



Benedict I. Semmes, Piscataway. 
John S. Spence, Berlin. 
Francis Thomas, Frederick. 
George C. Washington, Rockville. 
John T. H. Worthington, Golden. 



1 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by death of James Noble, 
in preceding Congress, and took his seat December 5, 18.31. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of James Noble, in 
preceding Congress, and took his seat January 3, 1832. 

3 Resigned May 24. 1831, having been appointed Secretary of 
State. 



* Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Edward 
Livingston, and took his seat January 3, 1832. 

= Died June 28, 1832. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of George E. 
Mitchell, and took his seat December 3, 1832. 



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CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 



Nathaniel Silsbee, Salem. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John Quincy Adams, Quincy. 

Nathan Appleton, Boston. 

Isaac C. Bates, Northampton. 

George N. Briggs, Lanesboro. 

Rufus Choate, Salem. 

John Davis, Worcester. 

Henry A. S. Dearborn, Brookline. 



Daniel Webster, Boston. 

John Reed, Yarmouth. 
Jeremiah Nelson, Essex. 
Joseph G. Kendall, Leominster. 
James L. Hodges, Bristol. 
George Grennell, jr., Greenfield. 
Edward Everett, Charlestown. 



MISSISSIPPI. 

SENATORS. 



Powhatan Ellis, 1 Winchester. 
John Black, 2 Monroe. 



George Poindexter, Wilkinson. 



REPRESENTATIVE. 

Franklin E. Plummer, Westville. 
MISSOURI. 

SENATORS. 

Thomas H. Benton, St. Louis. Alexander Buckner, Jackson. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

William H. Ashley, St. Louis. 
NEW HAMPSHIRE. 



Samuel Bell, Chester. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John Brodhead, Newmarket. 
Thomas Chandler, Piscataquog. 
Joseph Hammons, Farmington. 



NEW JERSEY. 



SENATORS. 



Mahlon Dickerson, Suckasunny. 



Lewis Condit, Morristown. 
Silas Condit, Newark. 
Richard M. Cooper, Camden. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



NEW YORK. 



Isaac Hill, Concord. 



Joseph M. Harper, Canterbury. 
Henry Hubbard, Charlestown. 
John W. Weeks, Lancaster. 



Theodore Frelinghuysen, Newark. 



Thomas H. Hughes, Coldspring. 
James F. Randolph, New Brunswick. 
Isaac Southard, Somerville. 



Charles E. Dudley, Albany. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William G. Angel, Burlington. 
William Babcock, Penn Yan. 
Gamaliel H. Barstow, Nichols. 
Samuel Beardsley, Utica. 
John T. Bergen, Brooklyn. 
Joseph Bouck, Middleburg. 



William L. Marcy, 3 Albany. 
Silas Wright, jr., 4 Canton. 



John C. Brodhead, Modena. 
Churchill C. Cambreleng, New York. 
John A. Collier, Binghamton. 
Bates Cooke, Lewiston. 
Charles Dayan, Lowville. 
John Dickson, West Bloomfield. 



1 Resigned July 16, 1832, having been appointed judge of 
United States court. 

2 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Pow- 
hatan Ellis, and took his seat December 12, 1832; subsequently 
elected. 



a Resigned July 18, 1832. 

* Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of William L. 
Marcy. and took his seat January 14, 1833. • 



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129 



Ulysses F. Doubleday, Auburn. 
Michael Hoffman, Herkimer. 
William Hogan, Hogansburg. 
Freeborn G. Jewett, Skaneateles. 
John King, North Lebanon. 
Gerrit Y. Lansing, Albany. 
James Lent, 1 Newtown. 
Edmund H. Pendleton, Hyde Park. 
Job Pierson, Schaghticoke. 
Nathaniel Pitcher, Sandyhill. 
Edward C. Reed, Homer. 



Erastus Root, Delhi. 
Nathan Soule, Fort Plain. 
John W. Taylor, Ballston Spa. 
Phineas L. Tracy, Batavia. 
Gulian C. Verplanck, New Y r ork. 
Aaron Ward, Mount Pleasant. 
Daniel Wardwell, Mannsville. 
G rattan H. Wheeler, Wheeler. 
Campbell P. White, New York. 
Frederick Whittlesey, Rochester. 
Samuel J. Wilkin, Goshen. 



NORTH CAROLINA. 



SENATORS 



Bedford Brown. Browns Store. 



Willie P. Mangum, Red Mountain. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Daniel L. Barringer, Raleigh. 
Laughlin Bethune, Fayetteville. 
John Branch, Enfield. 
Samuel P. Carson, Pleasant Garden. 
Henry W. Conner, Sherills Ford. 
Thomas H. Hall, Tarboro. 
Micajah T. Hawkins, Granville. 



James J. McKay, Elizabeth. 
Abraham Rencher, Pittsboro. 
William B. Shepard, Elizabeth City. 
Augustine H. Shepperd, Gerniantuwu. 
Jesse Speight, Stantonsburg. 
Lewis Williams, Panther Creek. 



OHIO. 



SENATORS. 



Benjamin Ruggles, St. Clairsville. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



• Eleutheros Cooke. Sandusky. 
'Thomas Corwiu, Lebanon. 

• Joseph H. Crane, Dayton. 
William Creighton, jr., Chillicothe. 
James Findlay, Cincinnati. 
William W. Irvin, Lancaster. 
William Kennon, St. Clairsville. 



Thomas Ewing, Lancaster. 



Humphrey H. Leavitt, Steubenville. 
William Russel, West Union. 
William Stanberry, Newark. 
John Thomson, New Lisbon. 
Joseph Vance, Urbana. 
■ Samuel F. Vinton, Gallipolis. 
Elisha Whittlesey, Garfield. 



PENNSYLVANIA. 



SENATORS. 



Isaac D. Barnard, 2 West Chester. 
George M. Dallas, 3 Philadelphia. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Robert Allison, Huntingdon Center. 

John Banks, Mercer. 

John C. Bucher, Harrisburg. 

George Burd, Bedford. 

Richard Coulter, Greensburg. 

Thomas H. Crawford, Chambersburg. 

Harmar Denny, Pittsburgh. 

Lewis Dewart, Sunbury. 

Joshua Evans, Paoli. 

James Ford, Lawrenceville. 

John Gilmore, Butler. 

William Heister, New Holland. 

Henry Horn, Philadelphia. 



William Wilkins, Pittsburg. 



Peter Ihrie, jr.. Easton. 
Adam King, Y'ork. 
Henry King. Allentown. 
Joel K. Mann, Jenkentown. 
Henry A. Muhlenberg. Reading. 
Thomas M. T. McKennan, Washington. 
Robert McCoy, Carlisle. 
David Potts, jr., Pottstown. 
Samuel A. Smith, Rock Hill. 
Philander Stephens, Montrose. 
Andrew Stewart, Uniontown. 
Joel B. Sutherland, Philadelphia. 
John G. Watmough. Philadelphia. 



RHODE ISLAND. 

SENATORS. 

Nehemiah R. Knight, Providence. Asher Robbins, Newport. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 



Tristam Burges, Providence. 



Dutee J. Pearce, Newport. 



' Died February 22, 1833. 
2 Resigned December 6, 1831. 

50346°— S. Doc. 654, 61-2- 



3 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Isaac D. 
Barnard, and took his seat December 21, 1831. 



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CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY. 
SOUTH CAROLINA. 



SENATORS. 



Robert Y. Hayne, 1 Charleston. 
John C. Calhoun, 2 Fort Hill. 



Stephen D. Miller, 3 Camden. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Robert W. Barnwell, Beaufort. 
James Blair, Lynchwood. 
Warren R. Davis, Pendleton. 
William Drayton, Charleston. 
John M. Felder, Orangeburg. 



TENNESSEE. 



John K. Griffin, Milton. 
Thomas R. Mitchell, Georgetown. 
George McDuffie, Edgefield. 
William T. Nuckolls, Hancockville. 



Hugh L. White, Knoxville. 



SENATORS. 



Felix Grundy, Nashville. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Thomas D. Arnold, Campbell Station. 
John Bell, Nashville. 
John Blair, Jonesboro. 
William Fitzgerald, 4 Dresden. 
William Hall, Green Garden. 



Jacob C. Isacks, Winchester. 
Cave Johnson, Clarksville. 
James K. Polk, Columbia. 
James Standifer, Mount Airy. 



VERMONT. 

SENATORS. 



Horatio Seymour, Middlebury. 



Samuel Prentiss, Montpelier. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Heman Allen, Franklin. 
William Cahoon, Lyndon. 
Horace Everett, Windsor. 



Hiland Hall, Bennington. 
Jonathan Hunt, 5 Brattleboro. 
William Slade, Middlebury. 



VIRGINIA. 



SENATORS. 



Littleton W. Tazewell, 6 Norfolk. 
William C. Rives, Milton. 7 



John Tyler, Gloucester. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Mark Alexander, Lombardy Grove. 
Robert Allen, Mount Jackson. 
William S. Archer, Elkhill. 
William Armstrong, Romney. 
John S. Barbour, Culpeper. 
Thomas T. Bouldin, Charlotte. 
Joseph W. Chinn, Nuttsville. 
Nathaniel H. Claiborne, Rockymount. 
Richard Coke, jr., Williamsburg. 
Robert Craig, Montgomery. 
Thomas Davenport, Meadsville. 
Philip Doddridge, 8 Wellsburg. 



Joseph Johnson, 9 Bridgeport. 
William F. Gordon, Lindseys Store. 
Charles C. Johnston, 10 Abingdon. 
John Y. Mason, Hicksford. 
Lewis Maxwell, Weston. 
Charles Fenton Mercer, Leesburg. 
William McCoy, Franklin. 
Thomas Newton, jr., Norfolk. 
John M. Patton, Fredericksburg. 
John J. Roane, Rumford Academy. 
Andrew Stevenson, Richmond. 



' Resigned in December, 1832, having been elected governor. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Robert Y. 
Hayne, and took his seat January 4, 1833. 

3 Resigned March 2, 1833. 

* Election unsuccessfully contested by David Crockett. 
<• Died May 14, 1832. 
« Resigned July 16, 1832. 



' Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Littleton W. 
Tazewell, and took his seat January 4, 1833. 

8 Died November 19, 1832. 

9 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Philip Dod- 
dridge, and took his seat January 21, 1833. 

10 Election unsuccessfully contested by Joseph Draper; died 
June 17, 1832. 



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AEKANSAW TERRITORY. 

DELEGATE. 

Ambrose H. Sevier, Little Rock. 
TERRITORY OF FLORIDA. 

DELEGATE. 

Joseph M. White, Monticello. 
MICHIGAN TERRITORY. 

DELEGATE. 

Austin E. Wing, Monroe. 



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TWENTY-THIRD CONGRESS. 



MARCH 4, 1833, TO MARCH 3, 1835. 



FIRST SESSION— December 2, 1833, to June 30, 1834. SECOND SESSION- 

December 1, 1834, to March 3, 1835. 



VICE PRESIDENT— Martin Van Buren, of New York. PRESIDENTS OF THE SENATE 
PRO TEMPORE — Hugh L. White, of Tennessee; George Poindexter, 1 of Mississippi; John Tyler, 2 
of Virginia. SECRETARY OF THE SENATE— Walter Lowrie, of Pennsylvania. 

SPEAKERS OF THE HOUSE— Andrew Stevenson,-' of Virginia; John Bell, 4 of Tennessee. 
SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE PRO TEMPORE — Henry Hubbard, of New Hampshire. CLERK 
OF THE HOUSE— Walter S. Franklin, of Pennsylvania. 



ALABAMA. 



William R. King, Selma. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Clement C. Clay, Huntsville. 
Dixon H. Lewis, Lowndesboro. 
John McKinley, Florence. 



Gabriel Moore, Huntsville. 



Samuel W. Mardis, Montevallo. 
John Murphy, Claiborne. 



CONNECTICUT. 

SENATORS. 



Gideon Tomlinson, Fairfield. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Noyes Barber, Groton. 
William W. Ellsworth, 5 Hartford. 
Joseph Trumbull, 6 Hartford. 
Samuel A. Foot, 7 Cheshire. 
Ebenezer Jackson, 8 Middletown. 



Nathan Smith, New Haven. 



Jabez W. Huntington, 9 Litchfield. 
Phineas Miner, 10 Litchfield. 
Samuel Tweedy, Danbury. 
Ebenezer Young, Killingly Center. 



DELAWARE. 



John M. Clayton, Dover. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVE. 



Arnold Naudain, Wilmington. 



John J. Milligan, Wilmington. 



i Elected June 28, 1834. 
= Elected March 3, 1835. 
s Resigned from the House June 2, 1834. 
« Elected June 2, 1834. 
s Resigned July 8, 1834. 

« Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of William W. 
Ellsworth, and took his seat December 1, 1834. 

132 



7 Resigned May 9, 1834. having been elected governor. 

« Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Samuel A. 
Foot, and took his seat December 1 1834. 

'Resigned August 16, 1834, having been appointed judge of 
the supreme court of errors. 

10 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Jabez W. 
Huntington, and took his seat December 1, 1S34. 



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133 



John P. King, 1 Augusta. 



GEORGIA. 

SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Augustin S. Clayton, Athens. 
John Coffee, Jacksonville. 
Thomas F. Foster, Greensboro. 
Roger L. Gamble, Louisville. 
George R. Gilmer, Lexington. 



John Forsyth, 2 Columbus. 
Alfred Cuthbert. 3 Monticello. 



Seaborn Jones, Columbus. 
William Schley, Augusta. 
James M. Wayne, 4 Savannah. 
Richard II. Wilde, Augusta. 



Elias K. Kane, Kaskaskia. 



Zadoc Casey, Mount Vernon. 
Joseph Duncan, 5 Jacksonville. 
William L. May, Springfield. 



William Hendricks, Madison. 



ILLINOIS. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 

INDIANA. 

SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Ratliff Boon, Booneville. 
John Carr, Charleston. 
John Ewing, Vincennes. 
Edward A. Hannegan, Covington. 



John M. Robinson, Carmi. 



Charles Slade, 7 Carlyle. 
John Reynolds, 8 Belleville. 



John Tipton, Logansport. 



George L. Kinnard, Indianapolis. 
Amos Lane, Lawrenceburg. 
Jonathan McCarty, Fort Wayne. 



George M. Bibb, Yellow Banks. 



KENTUCKY. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



Chilton Allan, Winchester. 
Martin Beaty, South Fork. 
Thomas Chilton, Elizabethtown. 
Amos Davis, Mount Sterling. 
Benjamin Hardin, Bardstown. 
Albert G. Hawes, Hawesville. 
Richard M. Johnson, Great Crossings. 



Henry Clay, Lexington. 



Robert P. Letcher, 9 Lancaster. 
James Love, Barbourville. 
Chittenden Lyon, Eddyville. 
Thomas A. Marshall, Paris. 
Patrick H. Pope, Louisville. 
Christopher Tompkins, Glasgow. 



LOUISIANA. 



SENATORS. 



Josiah S. Johnston, 
Alexander Porter, 11 



n Alexandria. 
New Orleans. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Henry A. Bullard, 12 Alexandria. 
Rice Garland, 13 Opelousas. 



George A. Waggaman, New Orleans. 



Philemon Thomas, Baton Rouge. 
Edward D. White, 14 Donaldsonville. 
Henry Johnson, 15 Donaldsonville. 



1 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of George M. 
Troup in preceding Congress, and took his seat December 31, 
1833. 

2 Resigned June 27, 1834, having been appointed secretar 
state. 

3 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of John For- 
syth, and took his seat January 12, 1835. 

* Resigned January 13, 1835. 

'Resigned September 21, 1834, having been elected governor. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Joseph 
Duncan, and took his seat December i , 1834. 

' Died July 26, 1834. 

8 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Charles Slade, and 
took his seat December 1, 1834. 



Election contested by Thomas P.Moore; House did not 
seat either party but declared a new election necessary; sub- 
sequently elected and took his seat December 1, 1S34 

i» Died May 19, 1833. . 

" Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Josiah S. John- 
ston, and took his seat January G, 1834. 

12 Resigned November 15, 1S34, having been appointed judge 
of the supreme court of Louisiana. 

13 Elected to fill vacancy caused bv resignation of Henry A. 
Bullard, and took his seat April 28, 1S34. 

" Resigned November 15, 1834, having been elected governor. 
15 Elected to fill vacancy caused bv resignation of Edward D. 
White, and took his seat December 1, 1834. 



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CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY. 



MAINE. 



Peleg Sprague, 1 Hallowell. 
John Ruggles, 2 Thomaston. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



George Evans, Gardiner. 
Joseph Hall, Camden. 
Leonard Jarvis, Ellsworth. 
Edward Kavanagh, Damariscotta. 



Ether Shepley, Saco. 



Moses Mason, jr., Bethel. 
Rufus Mclntire, Parsonsfield . 
Gorham Parks, Bangor. 
Francis 0. J. Smith, Portland. 



MARYLAND. 



SENATORS. 



Ezekiel F. Chambers, 3 Chestertown. 
Robert H. Goldsborough, 4 Easton. 



Joseph Kent, Bladensburg. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Richard B. Carmichael, Centerville. 
Littleton P. Dennis, 5 Princess Anne. 
John N. Steele, Vienna. 
James P. Heath, Baltimore. 
William Cost Johnson, Jefferson. 



Isaac McKim, Baltimore. 
John T. Stoddart, Harris Lot. 
Francis Thomas, Frederick. 
James Turner, Wiseburg. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 



Nathaniel Silsbee, Salem. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John Quincy Adams, Quincy. 
Isaac C. Bates, Northampton. 
William Baylies, West Bridgewater. 
George N. Briggs, Lanesboro. 
John Davis, 7 Worcester. 
Levi Lincoln, 8 Worcester. 
Edward Everett, Charlestown. 



Daniel Webster, Boston. 

Benjamin Gorham, Boston. 
George Grennell, jr., Greenfield 
William Jackson, Newton. 
Gayton P. Osgood, North Andover. 
Rufus Choate, 9 Salem. 
Stephen C. Phillips, 10 Salem. 
John Reed, Yarmouth. 



John Black, Monroe. 
Harry Cage, Woodville. 



MISSISSIPPI. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



MISSOURI. 



George Poindexter, Wilkinson. 



Franklin E. Plummer, Westville. 



SENATORS. 



Thomas H. Benton, St. Louis. 



Alexander Buckner, 11 Jackson. 
Lewis F. Linn, 12 St. Louis. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 

William H. Ashley, St. Louis. John Bull, Chariton. 

NEW HAMPSHIRE. 



Samuel Bell, Chester. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Benning M. Bean, Moultenboro. 
Robert Burns, Hebron. 
Joseph M. Harper, Canterbury. 



Isaac Hill, Concord. 



Henry Hubbard, Charlestown. 
Franklin Pierce, Hillsboro. 



'Resigned January 1, 1835. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Peleg 
Sprague, and took his seat February 6,1835. 

3 Resigned in 1834. 

4 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Ezekiel F. 
Chambers, and took his seat January 23, 1S35. 

» Died April 14, 1834. - 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Littleton P. 
Dennis, and took his seat June 9, 1834. 
' Resigned January 14, 1834, having been elected governor. 



8 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of John Davis, 
and took his seat March "5, 1834. 
» Resigned June 30, 1834. 

10 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Rufus 
Choate, and took his seat December 1, 1834. 

11 Died June 15, 1833. 

12 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by death of Alexander 
Buckner, and took his seat December 16, 1833; subsequently 
elected. 



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135 



NEW JERSEY. 

SENATORS. 

Theodore Frelinghuysen, Newark. Samuel L. Southard, Trenton. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Philemon Dickerson, Paterson. 
Samuel Flower, Hamburg. 
Thomas Lee, Port Elizabeth. 



James Parker, Perth Amboy. 
Ferdinand S. Sohenck, Six Mile Run. 
William N. Shinn, Mount Holly. 



NEW YORK. 



Silas Wright, jr., Canton. 



SENATORS. 



Nathaniel P. Tallmadge, Poughkeepsie 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John Adams, Catskill. 
Samuel Beardsley, Utica. 
Abraham Bockee, Federal Store. 
Charles Bodle, Bloomingburg. 
John W. Brown, Newburgh. 
Churchill C. Cambreleng, New York. 
Samuel Clark, Waterloo. 
John Cramer, Waterford. 
Rowland Day, Sempronius. 
John Dickson, West Bloomfield. 
Dudley Selden, 1 New York. 
Charles G. Ferris, 2 New York. 
Millard Fillmore, Buffalo. 
Philo C. Fuller, Geneseo. 
William K. Fuller, Chittenango. 
Ransom H. Gillet, Ogdensburg. 
Nicoll Halsey, Trumansburg. 
Gideon Hard, Albion. 
Samuel G. Hathaway, Solon. 
Abner Hazeltine, Jamestown. 
Edward Howell, Bath. 



Abel Huntington, East Hampton. 
Noadiah Johnson, Delhi. 
Gerrit Y. Lansing, Albany. 
Cornelius W. Lawrence, 3 New York. 
John J. Morgan, 4 New York. 
George W. Lay, Batavia. 
Abijah Mann, jr., Fairfield. 
Henry C. Martindale, Sandy Hill. 
Henry Mitchell, Norwich. 
Charles McVean, Canajoharie. 
Sherman Page, Unadilla. 
Job Pierson, Schaghticoke. 
William Taylor, Manlius. 
Joel Turrell, Oswego. 
Aaron Vanderpoel, Kinderhook. 
Isaac B. Van Houten, Clarkstown. 
Aaron Ward, Mount Pleasant. 
Daniel Wardwell, Mannsville. 
Reuben Whallon, Split Rock. 
Campbell P. White, New York. 
Frederick Whittlesey, Rochester. 



NORTH CAROLINA. 



SENATORS. 



Bedford Brown, Browns Store. 



Willie P. Mangum, Red Mountain. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Daniel L. Barringer, Raleigh. 
Jesse A. Bynum, Halifax. 
Henry W. Conner, Sherrills Ford. 
Edmund Deberry, Lawrenceville. 
James Graham, Rutherford. 
Thomas H. Hall, Tarboro. 
Micajah T. Hawkins, Warrenton. 



OHIO. 



James J. McKay, Elizabeth town. 
Abraham Rencher, Pittsboro. 
William B. Shepard, Elizabeth City. 
Augustine H. Shepperd, German town. 
Jesse Speight, Stantonsburg. 
Lewis Williams, Panther Creek. 



Thomas Ewing, Lancaster. 



William Allen, 5 Chillicothe. 
James M. Bell, Cambridge 
John Chaney, Courtwright. 
Thomas Corwin, Lebanon. 
Joseph H. Crane, Dayton. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Thomas Morris, Bethel. 



Thomas L. Hamer, Georgetown. 
Benjamin Jones, Worcester. 
Humphrey H. Leavitt, 6 Steubenville. 
Daniel Kilgore, 7 Cadiz. 
Robert T. Lytle, 8 Cincinnati. 



i Resigned July 1, 1834. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Dudley Sel- 
den, and took his seat December 1, 1834. 

3 Resigned May 14, 1834, having been elected mayor of New 
York City. 

* Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Cornelius W. 
Lawrence, and took his seat December 1, 1834. 



s Election unsuccessfully contested by Duncan McArrhut. 
> Resigned July 10, 1834, having been appointed judge of the 
United States district court. 

7 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Hum- 
phrey II. Leavitt. and took his seat December 1, 1834. 

8 Resigned March 10, 1834; elected to fill the vacancy caused 
by his own resignation, and took his seat December 27, 1834. 



136 



CONGRESSIONAL DIEECTOEY. 



Jeremiah McLene, Columbus. 
Robert Mitchell, Zanesville. 
William Patterson, Mansfield. 
Jonathan Sloane, Ravenna. 
David Spangler, Coshocton. 



John Thomson, New Lisbon. 
Joseph Vance, Urbana. 
Samuel F. Vinton, Gallipolis. 
Taylor Webster, Hamilton. 
Elisha Whittlesey, Canfield. 



PENNSYLVANIA. 



William Wilkins, 1 Pittsburg. 
James Buchanan, 2 Lancaster. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Joseph B. Anthony, Williamsport. 
John Banks, Mercer. 
Charles A. Barnitz, York. 
Andrew Beaumont, Wilkes-Barre. 
Horace Binney, Philadelphia. 
George Burd, Bedford. 
George Chambers, Chambersburg. 
William Clark, Dauphin. 
Richard Coulter, Greensburg. 
Edward Darlington, Chester. 
Harmar Denny, Pittsburgh. 
John Galbraith, Franklin. 
James Harper, Philadelphia. 
Samuel S. Harrison, Kitanning. 



RHODE ISLAND. 



Samuel McKean, Burlington. 



Joseph Henderson, Browns Mills. 

William Hiester, New Holland. 

Henry King, Allentown. 

John Laporte, Asylum. 

Thomas M. T. McKennan, Washington. 

Joel K. Mann, Jenkintown. 

Jesse Miller, Landisburg. 

Henry A. Muhlenberg, Reading. 

David Potts, jr., Pottstown. 

Robert Ramsey, Hartsville. 

Andrew Stewart, Uniontown. 

Joel B. Sutherland, Philadelphia. 

David D. Wagener, Easton. 

John G. Watmough, Philadelphia. 



SENATORS. 

Nehemiah R. Knight, Providence. Asher Robbins, 3 Newport. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Tristam Burges, Providence. Dutee J. Pearce, Newport. 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 



John C. Calhoun, Fort Hill. 

James Blair, 5 Lynch wood. 
Richard I. Manning, 6 Fulton. 
William K. Clowney, Union. 
Warren R. Davis, 7 Pendleton. 
John M. Felder, Orangeburg. 
William J . Grayson, Beaufort. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William C. Preston, 4 Columbia. 

John K. Griffin, Milton. 

George McDuffie, 8 Willington. 

Francis W. Pickens, 9 Edgefield. 

Henry L. Pinckney, Charleston. 

Thomas D. Singleton. 10 

Robert B. Campbell, 11 Brownsville. 



TENNESSEE. 



Felix Grundy, Nashville. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John Bell, Nashville. 

John Blah, Jonesboro. 

Samuel Bunch, Rutledge. 

David Crockett, Crockett. 

David W. Dickinson, Murfreesboro. 

William C. Dunlap, Bolivar. 

John B. Forester, McMinnville. 



Hugh L. White, Knoxville. 

William M. Inge, Fayetteville. 
Cave Johnson, Clarksville. 
Luke Lea, Campbells Station. 
Balie Peyton, Gallatin. 
James K. Polk, Columbia. 
James Standifer, Mountairy. 



i Resigned June 30, 1S34, having been appointed minister to 
Russia. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of William 
Wilkins, and took his seat December 15, 1834. 

'Election unsuccessfully contested by Elisha R. Potter. 

4 Elected to fill vacancycaused by resignation of Stephen D. 
Miller in preceding Congress and took his seat December 9, 
1833. 

'Died March 27, 1834. 



6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of James Blair, and 
took his seat December-S, 1S34. 
' Died January29, 1835. 

8 Resigned in i834. 

9 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of George Mc- 
Duffie, and took his seat'December S, 1834. 

'"Died November 25, 1833, before the convening of the Con- 
gress. 

11 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Thomas D. Sin- 
gleton, and took his seat'February 27, 1834. 



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137 



Samuel Prentiss, Montpelier. 



VERMONT. 



.SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Heman Allen, Burlington. 
Benjamin F. Deming, 1 Danville. 
Henry F. Janes, 2 Waterbury. 



VIRGINIA. 



Benjamin Swift, St. Albans. 



Horace Everett, Windsor. 
]Iiland Hall, Bennington. 
William Slade, Middlebury. 



SENATORS. 



William C. Rives, 3 Lindseys Store. 
Benjamin W. Leigh, 4 Richmond. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John J. Allen, Clarksburg. 
William S. Archer, Elk Hill. 
James M. H. Beale, New Market. 
Nathaniel H. Claiborne, Rockymount. 
Thomas Davenport, Meadville. 
John H. Fulton, Abingdon. 
James H. Gholson, Percivals. 
William F. Gordon, Lindseys Store. 
George Loyall, Norfolk. 
Edward Lucas, Charlestown. 
John Y. Mason, Hicksford. 
William McComas, Greenbrier. 



John Tyler, Gloucester. 



Thomas T. Bouldin, 5 Charlotte. 
James W. Bouldin, 6 Charlotte. 
Joseph W. Chinn, Nuttsville. 
Samuel McDowell Moore, Lexington. 
Charles F. Mercer, Aldie. 
John M. Patton, Fredericksburg. 
Andrew Stevenson," Richmond. 
John Robertson, 8 Richmond. 
William P. Taylor, Fredericksburg. 
Edgar C. Wilson, Morgantown. 
Henry A. Wise, Onancock. 



ARKANSAW TERRITORY. 

DELEGATE. 

Ambrose H. Sevier, Little Rock. 
TERRITORY OF FLORIDA. 

DELEGATE. 

Joseph M. White, Monticello. 
MICHIGAN TERRITORY. 

DELEGATE. 

Lucius Lyon, Bronson. 



i Died July 11, 1S34. 

-Elected to till vacancy caused by death of Benjamin F. 
Deming, and took his seat December 2, 1834. 

s Resigned February 22. 1834. 

* Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of William 
0. Rives, and took his seat March 5, 1834. 



5 Died February 11, 1834, while addressing the House. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Thomas T. 
Bouldin, and took his seat March 28, 1834. 

7 Resigned June 2, 1834. 

8 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Andrew 
Stevenson, and took his seat December 8, 1834. 



TWENTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. 



MARCH 4, 1835, TO MARCH 3, 1837. 



FIRST SESSION— December 7, 1835, to July 4, 1836. SECOND SESSION— December 5, 

1836, to March 3, 1837. 



VICE PRESIDENT— Martin Van Buren, of New York. PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE PRO 
TEMPORE— William R. King, 1 of Alabama. SECRETARIES OF THE SENATE— Walter Lowrie, 
of Pennsylvania; Asbury Dickens, 2 of North Carolina. 

SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE^James K. Polk, of Tennessee. CLERK OF THE HOUSE— 
Walter S. Franklin, of Pennsylvania. 



William R. King, Selma. 



ALABAMA. 

SENATORS. 



Gabriel Moore, Huntsville. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 

Reuben Chapman, Somerville. Dixon H. Lewis, Lowndesboro. 

Joshua L. Martin, Athens. Francis S. Lyon, Demopolis. 

Joab Lawler, Mardisville. 

ARKANSAS. 3 

SENATORS. 

William S. Fulton, 4 Little Rock. Ambrose H. Sevier, 5 Lake Port. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

Archibald Yell, 6 Fayetteville. 
CONNECTICUT. 



Gideon Tomlinson, Fairfield. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Elisha Haley, Mystic. 
Andrew T. Judson. 9 Canterbury. 
Orrin Holt, 10 Willington. 
Samuel Ingham, Saybrook. 



Nathan Smith, 7 New Haven. 
John M. Niles, 8 Hartford. 

Lancelot Phelps, Hitchcockville. 
Isaac Toucey, Hartford. 
Zalmon Wildman, 11 Danbury. 
Thomas T. Whittlesey, 12 Danbury. 



DELAWARE. 



SENATORS. 



John M. Clayton, 13 Dover. 
Thomas Clayton, 14 New Castle. 



REPRESENTATIVE. 



Arnold Naudain, 15 Wilmington. 
Richard H. Bayard, 10 Wilmington. 



John J. Milligan, Wilmington. 



' Elected July 1, 1830; January 28, 1837. 

2 Elected December 12, 1836. 

a Admitted as a State into the Union June 15, 1836. 

i Took his seat December 5, 1836; term to expire, as deter- 
mined by lot, March 3, 1841. 

■' Took his seat December 5, 1836; term to expire, as deter- 
mined by lot, March 3, 1837. 

« Took his seat December 5, 1836. 

' Died December 6, 1835. 

8 Appointed to till vacancy caused by death of Nathan Smith, 
and took his seat December 21, 1835; subsequently elected. 

» Resigned July 4, 1836. 

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10 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Andrew 
T. Judson, and took his seat December 5, 1836. 

» Died December 10, 1835. 

i 2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Zalmon Wild- 
man, and took his seat April 29, 1836. 

13 Resigned December 2a, 1836. 

14 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of John M. 
Clayton, and took his seat January 19, 1837. 

1 5 Resigned June 16, 1836. 

11 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Arnold 
Naudain, and took his seat June 20, 1830. 



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GEORGIA. 



John P. King, Augusta. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



George W. B. Towns, 1 Talbotton. 
Julius C. Alford, 2 La Grange. 
Jesse F. Cleveland, Decatur. 
John Coffee, 3 Jacksonville. 
William C. Dawson, 4 Greensboro. 
Thomas Glascock, Augusta. 



Alfred Cuthbert, Monticello. 



Seaton Grantland, Milledgeville. 
Charles E. Haynes, Sparta. 
Hopkins ITolsey, Hamilton. 
Jabez Jackson, Clarkesville. 
George W. Owens, Savannah. 



ILLINOIS. 

SENATORS. 



Elias K. Kane, 5 Kaskaskia. 
William L. D. Ewing, 6 Vandalia. 



John Reynolds. Belleville. 
Zadoc Casey, Mount Vernon. 



William Hendricks, Madison. 



Ratliff Boon, Boonville. 
John W. Davis, Carlisle. 
John Carr, Charleston. 
Amos Lane, Lawrenceburg. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 

INDIANA. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



John M. Robinson. Carmi. 



William L. May, Springfield. 



John Tipton, Logansport. 



Jonathan McCarty, Fort Wayne. 
George L. Kinnard, 7 Indianapolis. 
William Herod, 8 Columbus. 
Edward A. Hannegan. Covington. 



KENTUCKY. 



Henry Clay, Lexington. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES 



Linn Boyd. New Design. 
Albert G. Hawes, Hawesville. 
Joseph R. Underwood, Bowling Green. 
Sherrod Williams, Monticello. 
James Harlan, Harrodsburg. 
John Calhoun, Hardinsburg. 
Benjamin Hardin, Bardstown. 



John J. Crittenden. Frankfort. 



William J. Graves, Newcastle. 
John White, Richmond. 
Chilton Allan, Winchester. 
Richard French, Mount Sterling. 
John Chambers, Washington. 
Richard M. Johnson, Great Crossing. 



LOUISIANA. 



SENATORS. 



Alexander Porter, 9 Attakapas. 
Alexander Mouton, 10 Vermilion ville. 



Henry Johnson, Donaldsonville. 
Eleazer W. Ripley, Jackson. 



REPRESENTATIVES 



Robert C. Nicholas, 11 Donaldsonville. 



Rice Garland, Opelousas. 



> Resigned September 1, 1836. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of George W. 
Towns, and took his seat January 31, 1837. 

s Died in 1836. 

4 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of John Coffee, and 
took his seat December 26, 1836. 

s Died December 11, 1835. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Elias K. Kane, 
and took his seat January 25, 1836. 

' Died November 25, 1836. 



8 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of George L. Kin- 
nard, and took his seat January 25, 1837. 

9 Resigned January 5, 1837. 

" Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Alexander 
Porter, and took his seat February 2, 1837. 

ii Elected for the term beginning March 4, 183.5, and took his 
seat March 4. 1836. Charles E. A. Gayarre was elected, but 
resigned on account of ill health before qualifving; vacancy in 
this class from March 4, 1835, to January 13, 1836. 



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Ether Shepley, 1 Saco. 
Judah Dana, 2 Pryeburg. 



Jeremiah Bailey, "Wiscasset. 
George Evans, Gardiner. 
John Fairfield, Saco. 
Joseph Hall, Camden. 



MAINE. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



MARYLAND. 



SENATORS. 



Robert H. Goldsborough, 3 Easton. 
John S. Spence, 4 Berlin. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John N. Steele, Vienna. 
James A. Pearce, Chestertown. 
James Turner, Wiseburg. 
Benjamin C. Howard, Baltimore. 



Leonard Jarvis, Ellsworth. 
Moses Mason, jr., Bethel. 
Gorham Parks, Bangor. 
Francis 0. J. Smith, Portland. 



Joseph Kent, Bladensburg. 



Isaac McKim, Baltimore. 
George C. Washington, Rookville. 
Francis Thomas, Frederick. 
Daniel Jenifer, Harrisons Lot. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 



John Davis, Worcester. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Abbott Lawrence, Boston. 
Stephen C. Phillips, Salem. 
Caleb dishing, Newburyport. 
Samuel Hoar, Concord. 
Levi Lincoln, Worcester. 
George Grennell, jr., Greenfield. 



Daniel Webster, Boston. 



George N. Briggs, Lanesboro. 
William B. Calhoun, Springfield. 
William Jackson, Newton. 
Nathaniel B. Borden, Fall River. 
John Reed, Yarmouth. 
John Quincy Adams, Quincy. 



MICHIGAN. 

SENATORS. 



Lucius Lyon, 6 Bronson. 



John Norvell, 7 Detroit. 



REPRESENTATIVE. 

Isaac E. Crary, 8 Marshall. 
MISSISSIPPI. 



John Black, Monroe. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John F. II. Claiborne, Madisonville. 



Robert J. Walker, Madisonville. 



David Dickson, 9 Jackson. 
Samuel J. Gholson,"' Athens. 



MISSOTTRI. 



SENATORS. 

Thomas H. Benton, St. Louis. Louis F. Linn, St. Genevieve. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

William II. Ashley, St. Louis. Albert G. Harrison, Fulton. 



1 Resigned March 3, 1S36. 

2 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Ether 
Sheplev, and took his seat December 21," 1836. 

' Died October 5, 1836. 

« Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Robert H. Golds- 
borough, and took his seat January 11, IS37. 

'•> Admitted as a State into the Union January 26, 1S37. 

e Took his seat January 26, 1837; term to expire, as deter- 
mined by lot, March 3, 1839/ 



7 Took his seat January 26, 1837; term to expire, as deter- 
mined by lot, March 3, 1841. 

8 Took his seat January 27, 1837. 

9 Died in 1836. 

]0 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of David Dickson, 
and took his seat January 7, 1837. 



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NEW HAMPSHIRE 



SENATORS. 



Henry Hubbard, Charlestown. 



Isaac Hill, 1 Concord. 
John Page, 2 Haverhill. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Benning M. Bean, Moultonboro. 
Robert Burns, Plymouth. 
Samuel Cushman, Portsmouth. 



Franklin Pierce, Hillsboro. 
Joseph Weeks, Richmond. 



NEW JERSEY 



Samuel L. Southard, Trenton. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Philemon Dickerson, 3 Paterson. 
William Chetwood,* Elizabethtown. 
Samuel Fowler, Hamburg. 
Thomas Lee, Port Elizabeth. 



Garret I>. Wall, Burlington. 



James Parker, Perth Amboy. 
Ferdinand S. Schenck, Six Mile Run. 
William N. Shiun, Mount Holly. 



Nathaniel P. 



NEW YORK 

SENATORS. 

Pallmadge. Poughkeepsie. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 



Abel Huntington, East Hampton. 
Samuel Barton, Richmond. 
Churchill C. Cambreleng, New York. 
Gideon Lee, New York. 
John McKeon, New York. 
Ely Moore, New York 
Aaron Ward, Mount Pleasant. 
Abraham Bockee, Federal Stone. 
John W. Brown, Newburgh. 
Nicholas Sickles, Kingston. 
Valentine Effner, Jefferson. 
Aaron Vanderpoel, Kinderhook. 
Hiram P. Hunt, Troy. 
Gerrit Y. Lansing, Albany. 
John Cramer. Waterford. 
David Russell, Salem. , 
Dudley Farlin, Warrensburg. 
Ransom II. Gillet, Ogdensburg. 
Matthias J. Bovee, Amsterdam. 
Abijah Mann, jr., Fairfield. 
Samuel Beardsley, 5 Utica. 



Silas Wright, jr., Canton. 



Rutger B. Miller, Utica. 
Joel Turrell, Oswego. 
Daniel Wardwell, Mannsville. 
Sherman Page, Unadilla. 
William Seymour, Binghamton. 
William Mason, Preston. 
Stephen B. Leonard, Owego. 
Joseph Reynolds, Virgil. 
William K. Fuller, Chittenango. 
William Taylor, Manliu-. 
Ulysses K. Doubleday, Auburn. 
Graham II. Chapin, Lyons. 
Francis Granger, Canandaigua. 
Joshua Lee, Penn Yan. 
Timothy Childs, Rochester. 
George W. Lay, Batavia. 
Philo C. Fuller, 7 Geneseo. 
John Young, s Geneseo. 
Abner Hazeltine, Jamestown. 
Thomas C. Love, Buffalo. 
Gideon Hard, Albion. 



NORTH CAROLINA. 



SENATORS. 



Bedford Brown, Browns Store. 



Willie P. Mangum, 7 Red Mountain. 
Robert Strange, 9 Fayetteville. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William B. Shepard, Elizabeth City. 
Jesse A. Bynum, Halifax 
Ebenezer Pettigrew, Cool Spring. 
Jesse Speight, Stantonsburg. 
James J. McKay, Elizabethtown. 
Micajah T. Hawkins, Warrenton. 
Edmund Deberry, Lawrenceville. 



William Montgomery, Albrights. 
Augustine II. Shepperd, Germantown 
Abraham Rencher, Pittsboro. 
Henry W. Conner, Sherrills Ford. 
James Graham, 1 " Rutherfordton. 
Lewis Williams, Panther Creek. 



i Resigned May 30, 1830, having been elected governor. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Isaac Hill, 
and took his seat June 13, 1S36. 

3 Resigned November 3, 1N30. 

* Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Philemon 
Dickerson, and took his seat December 5, 1830. 

s Resigned March 29, 1836. 

< Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Samuel 
Beardsley, and took his seat December 5, 1836. 



' Resigned September 2, 1836. 

8 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Philo C. 
Fuller, and took his seat December 6, 1836. 

9 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Willie P. 
Mangum, and took his seat December 15, 1836. 

10 Seat declared vacant March 29, 1836, on account of irregu- 
larities in election; subsequently elected and took his seat 
December 5. 1836. 



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CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY. 



OHIO. 



Thomas Ewing, Lancaster. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Bellamy Storer, Cincinnati. , 
Taylor Webster, Hamilton. 
Joseph H. Crane, Dayton. 
Thomas Corwin, Lebanon. 
Thomas L. Hamer, Georgetown. 
Samuel F. Vinton, Gallipolis. 
William K. Bond, Chillicothe. 
Jeremiah McLene, Columbus. 
John Chaney, Courtwright. 
Samson Mason, Springfield. 

PENNSYLVANIA. 



Thomas Morris, Bethel. 

William Kennon, St. Clairsville. 
Elias Howell, Newark. 
David Spangler, Coshocton. 
William Patterson, Mansfield. 
Jonathan Sloane, Ravenna. 
Elisha Whittlesey, Canfield. 
John Thomson, New Lisbon. 
Benjamin Jones, Wooster. 
Daniel Kilgore, Cadiz. 



SENATORS. 



James Buchanan, Lancaster. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Joel B. Sutherland, Philadelphia. 
Joseph R. Ingersoll, Philadelphia. 
James Harper, Philadelphia. 
Michael W. Ash, Philadelphia. 
Edward Darlington, Chester. 
William Hiester, New Holland. 
David Potts, jr., Pottstown. 
Jacob Fry, jr., Trappe. 
Mathias Morris, Doylestown. 
David D. Wagener, Easton. 
Edward B. Hubley, Orwigsburg. 
Henry A. Muhlenberg, Reading. 
William Clark, Dauphin. 
Henry Logan, Dillsburg. 
George Chambers, Chambersburg. 



Samuel McKean, Burlington. 



Jesse Miller, 1 Landisburg. 

James Black, 2 Newport. 

Joseph Henderson, Browns Mills. 

Andrew Beaumont, Wilkes-Barre. 

Joseph B. Anthony, Williamsport. 

John Laporte, Asylum. 

Job Mann, Bedford. 

John Kilgensmith, jr., Stewartsville. 

Andrew Buchanan, Waynesburg. 

Thomas M. T. McKennan, Washington. 

Harmar Denny, Pittsburgh. 

Samuel S. Harrison, Kittatinning. 

John Banks, 1 Mercer. 

John J. Pierson, 3 Mercer. 

John Galbraith, Franklin. 



RHODE ISLAND. 



SENATORS. 



Nehemiah R. Knight, Providence. Asher Robbins, Newport. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Dutee J. Pearce, Newport. William Sprague, jr., Natick. 

SOUTH CAROLINA. » 



John C. Calhoun, Fort Hill. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Robert B. Campbell, Brownsville. 
William I. Grayson, Beaufort. 
John K. Griffin, Milton. 
James H. Hammond, 1 Silverton. 
Franklin H. Elmore, 4 Columbia. 



William C. Preston, Columbia. 



Francis W. Pickens, Edgefield. 
Henry L. Pinckney, Charleston. 
Richard I. Manning, 5 Fulton. 
John P. Richardson, 6 Fulton. 
James Rogers, Yorkville. 
Waddy Thompson, jr., Greenville. 



TENNESSEE. 



Felix Grundy, Nashville. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William B. Carter, Elizabethton. 
Samuel Bunch, Rutledge. 
Luke Lea, Campbells Station. 
James Standifer, Mount Airy. 
John B. Forester, McMinnsville. 
Balie Peyton, Gallatin. 
John Bell, Nashville. 



Hugh Lawson White, Knoxville. 

Abraham P. Maury, Franklin. 
James K. Polk, Columbia. 
Ebenezer J. Shields, Pulaski. 
Cave Johnson, Clarksville. 
Adam Huntsman, Jackson. 
William C. Dunlap, Bolivar. 



i Resigned October 30, 1836. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Jesse Miller, 
and took his seat December 5, 1836. 

3 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of John 
Banks, and took his seat December 5, 1836. 



< Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of James H. 
Hammond, and took his seat December 19, 1836. 

s Died May 1, 1836. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Richard I. Man- 
ning, and took his seat December 19, 1836. 



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143 



VERMONT. 

SENATORS. 

Samuel Prentiss, Montpelier. Benjamin Swift, St. Albans. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Heman Allen, Burlington. 



Hiland Hall, Bennington. 
William Slade, Middlebury. 
Horace Everett, Windsor. 



VIRGINIA. 



Henry F. Janes, Waterbury. 



SENATORS. 



Benjamin W. Leigh, 1 Richmond. 
Richard E. Parker, 2 Snickersville. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



James M. H. Beale, Mount Jackson. 
James W. Bouldin, Charlotte. 
Nathaniel H. Claiborne, Rocky Mount. 
Walter Coles, Robertsons Store. 
Robert Craig, Christiansburg. 
George C. Dromgoole, Gholsonville. 
James Garland, Lovingston. 
George W. Hopkins, Lebanon. 
Joseph Johnson, Bridgeport. 
John W. Jones, Petersburg. 
George Loyall, Norfolk. 



John Tyler, 3 Gloucester. 

William C. Rives, 4 Lindseys Store. 



Edward Lucas, jr., Charlestown. 
William McComas, Cabell. 
John Y. Mason, 5 Hicksford. 
Charles F. Mercer, Aldie. 
William S. Morgan, White Day. 
John M. Patton, Fredericksburg. 
John Roane, Rumford Academy. 
John Robertson, Richmond. 
John Taliaferro, Fredericksburg. 
Henry A. Wise, Accomac. 



ARKANSAW TERRITORY. 

DELEGATE. 

Ambrose H. Sevier, 6 Lake Port. 
TERRITORY OF FLORIDA. 

DELEGATE. 

Joseph M. White, Monticello. 
MICHIGAN TERRITORY. 7 

DELEGATE. 

George W. Jones, 8 Sinsinawa Mound. 
TERRITORY OF WISCONSIN.' 

DELEGATE. 

George W. Jones, 10 Sinsinawa Mound. 



' Resigned July 4, 1S36. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Benjamin 
W. Leigh, and took his seat December 15, 1830. 

a Resigned February 29, 1836. 

* Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of John Tyler, 
and took his seat March 14, 1836. 

' Resigned January 11, 1837. 

6 Became Senator upon the granting of Statehood to the ter- 
ritory. 



' A portion of the territory was given statehood as the State 
of Michigan January 26, 1837. 

8 Served until after the Territory of Wisconsin had been 
created out of Michigan Territory, or until December, 1835. 

9 Formed from a portion of Michigan Territory and granted 
a Delegate in Congress by Act of April 20, 1836. 

i° Elected the first Delegate from the newly-formed terri- 
tory, qualified, and took his seat December 5, 1836. 



TWENTY-FIFTH CONGRESS. 



MARCH 4, 1837, TO MARCH 3, 1839. 



FIRST SESSION— September 4, 1837, to October 16, 1837. SECOND SESSION— Decem- 
ber 4, 1837, to July 9, 1838. THIRD SESSION— December 3, 183S, to March 3, 1839. 
SPECIAL SESSION OF THE SENATE— March 4, 1837, to March 10, 1837. 



VICE PRESIDENT— Richard M. Johnson, of Kentucky. PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE 
PRO TEMPORE— William R. King, 1 of Alabama. SECRETARY OF THE SENATE— Asbury 
Dickens, of North Carolina. 

SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE— James K. Polk, of Tennessee. CLERKS OF THE HOUSE— 
Walter S. Franklin, of Pennsylvania; Hugh A. Garland,- of Virginia. 



John McKinley, 3 Florence. 
Clement C. Clay, 4 Huntsville. 



ALABAMA. 

SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Reuben Chapman, Somerville. 
Joshua L. Martin, Athens. 
Joab Lawler, 5 Mardisville. 



William R. King, Selma. 



George W. Crabb, 6 Tuscaloosa. 
Dixon H. Lewis, Lowndesboro. 
Francis S. Lyon, Demopolis. 



ARKANSAS. 

SENATORS. 

William S. Fulton, Little Rock. 

REPRESENTATIVE . 

Archibald Yell, Fayetteville. 
CONNECTICUT. 

SENATORS. 



Ambrose H. Sevier, Lake Port. 



John M. Niles, Hartford. 



Perry Smith, New Milford. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 

Isaac Toucey, Hartford. Elisha Haley, Mystic. 

Samuel Ingham, Saybrook. Lancelot Phelps, Hitchcockville. 

Thomas T. Whittlesey, Danbury. Orrin Holt, Willington. 

DELAWARE. 



.SENATORS. 



Richard H. Bayard, Wilmington. 



Thomas Clayton, New Castle. 



REPRESENTATIVE. 

John J. Milligan, Wilmington. 



1 Elected March 7, 1837 (special session of the Senate); Octo- i Elected to fill vacancy caused by the resignation of John 
ber 13, 1837; July 2, 1838; February 25, 1839. McKinley, and took his seat September 4, 1837. 

2 Elected December 3, 1838. '- Died May 8, 1838. 

s Resigned April 22, 1837. 6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Joab Lawler, 

and took his seat December 3. 1838. 
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145 



Alfred Cuthbert, Monticello. 



GEORGIA. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESS NTATIVKS. 



Jesse F. Cleveland, Decatur. 
William C. Dawsen, Greensboro. 
Thomas Glascock, Augusta. 
Seaton Grantland, Milledgeville. 
Charles E. Haynes, Sparta. 



John P. King, 1 Augusta. 
Wilson Lumpkin, 2 Athens. 



Hopkins Holsey, Hamilton. 
Jabez Jackson, Clarkesville. 
George W. Owens, Savannah. 
George W. Towns, Talbotton. 



ILLINOIS. 



SENATORS. 

John M. Robinson, Carmi. Richard M. Young, Quincy. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Adam W. Snyder, Belleville. William L. May, Springfield. 

Zadoc Casey, Mount Vernon. 



Oliver H. Smith, Connersville. 



INDIANA. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Ratliff Boon, Boonville. 
John Ewing, Vincenncs. 
William Graham, Vallonia. 
George H. Dunn, Lawrenceburg. 



Henry Clay, Lexington. 



KENTUCKY. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John L. Murray, Wadesboro. 
Edward Rumsey, Greenville. 
Joseph R. Underwood, BowlingGreen. 
Sherrod Williams, Monticello. 
James Harlan, Harrodsburg. 
John Calhoun, Hardinsburg. 
John Pope, Springfield. 



John Tipton, Logansport. 



James Rariden, Centerville. 
William Herod, Columbus. 
Albert S. White, Lafayette. 



John J. Crittenden, Frankfort. 

William J. Graves, New Castle. 
John White, Richmond. 
Richard Hawes, Winchester. 
Richard II. Menifee, Mount Sterling. 
John Chambers, Washington. 
William W. Southgate, Covington. 



LOUISIANA. 

SENATORS. 

Alexander Mouton, Vormilionville. Robert C. Nicholas, Donaldsonville. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 



Henry Johnson, Bringiers. 
Eleazer W. Ripley, Jackson. 



Rice Garland, Opelousas. 



MAINE. 



John Ruggles, Thomaston. 

Hugh J. Anderson, Belfast. 
Timothy J. Carter, 4 Paris. 
Virgil D. Parris, 6 Buckfield. 
Jonathan Cilley, 6 Thomastown. 
Edward Robinson, 7 Thomaston. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Reuel Williams, 3 Augusta. 

John Fairfield, Saco. 
Joseph C. Noyes, Eastport. 
Francis O. J. Smith, Portland. 
Thomas Davee, Blanchard. 
George Evans, Gardiner. 



i Resigned November 1. 1837. 

2 Elected tofill vacaneycausedbvresignationofJohnP. King, 
and took his seat December 13, 1837. 

s Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Ether 
Shepley in preceding Congress, and took his seat March 4, 1837. 

< Died March 14, 1S38. 



6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Timothy J. Car- 
ter, and took his seat May 29, 1S38. 

» Killed in a duel with William J. Graves, of Kentuckv, 
February 24, 1838. 

' Elected to till vacancy caused by death of Jonathan Cilley, 
and took his seat April 28, 1838. 



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CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY. 



MARYLAND. 



SENATORS. 



Joseph Kent, 1 Bladensburg. 
William D. Merrick, 2 Aliens Fresh. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John Dennis, Princess Anne. 
James A. Pearce, Chestertown. 
John T. H. Worthington, Golden. 
Benjamin C. Howard, Baltimore. 
Isaac McKim, 3 Baltimore. 



John S. Spence, Berlin. 



John P. Kennedy, 4 Baltimore. 
William C. Johnson, Jefferson. 
Francis Thomas, Frederick. 
Daniel Jenifer, Harrisons Lot. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 



Daniel Webster, Boston. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Richard Fletcher, Boston. 
Stephen C. Phillips, 5 Salem. 
Leverett Saltonstall, 6 Salem. 
Caleb Cushing, Newburyport. 
William Parmenter, East Cambridge. 
Levi Lincoln, Worcester. 
George Grennell, jr., Greenfield. 



John Davis, Worcester. 



George N. Briggs, Lanesboro. 
William B. Calhoun, Springfield. 
William S. Hastings, Mendon. 
Nathaniel B. Borden, Fall River. 
John Reed, Yarmouth. 
John Quincy Adams, Quincy. 



Lucius Lyon, Bronson. 



MICHIGAN. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVE. 

Isaac E. Crary, Marshall. 
MISSISSIPPI. 



John Norvell, Detroit. 



SENATORS. 



John Black, 7 Monroe. 

James F. Trotter, s Holly Springs. 

Thomas H. Williams, 6 Pontitoc. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John F. H. Claiborne, 10 Madisonville. 
Samuel J. Gholson, 11 Athens. 



MISSOURI. 



Robert J. Walker, Madisonville. 



Sergeant S. Prentiss, 11 Vicksburg. 
Thomas J. Word, 11 Pontitoc. 



Thomas H. Benton, St. Louis. 



AlbertG. Harrison, Fulton. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Lewis F. Linn, St. Genevieve. 



John Miller, Boonville. 



NEW HAMPSHIRE. 



SENATORS. 



Henry Hubbard, Charlestown. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Charles G. Atherton, Nashua. 
Samuel Cushman, Portsmouth. 
James Farrington, Rochester. 



Franklin Pierce, Hillsboro. 



Joseph Weeks, Richmond. 
Jared W. Williams, Lancaster. 






i Died November 24, 1S37. 

- Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Joseph Kent, 
and took his seat January 5, 1838. 

a Died April 1. 1838. 

* Elected to All vacancy caused by death of Isaac McKim, 
and took his seat April 30, 1838. 

o Resigned in 1838. 

G Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Stephen C. 
Phillips, and took his seat December 5, 1838. 

7 Resigned January 22, 1838. 



8 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of John Black, 
and took his seat February 19, 1838; resigned July 10, 1S38. 

9 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by resignation of James F. 
Trotter, and took his seat' December 13, 1S3S; subsequently 
elected. 

i° Declared to have been duly elected October 3, 1837: decision 
subsequently reversed, and seat declared vacant January 31, 
1838. 

u Elected to fill vacancy caused by the House declaring the 
seats of John H. F. Claiborne and Samuel J. Gholson vacant, 
and took his seat May 30, 183S. 



TWENTY-FIFTH CONGBESS. 



147 



NEW JERSEY. 



Samuel L. Southard, Trenton. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John B. Ayerigg, Hackensack. 

William Halstcad, Trenton. 
John P. B. Maxwell, Belvidere. 



Garret D. Wall, Burlington 



Joseph F. Randolph, Freehold. 
Charles C. Stratton, Swedesboro. 
Thomas Jones Yorke, Salem. 



NEW YORK. 



Silas Wright, jr., Canton. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Thomas B. Jackson, Newtown. 
Abraham Vanderveer, Brooklyn. 
Ogden Hoffman, New York. 
Edward Curtis, New York. 
Churchill C. Cambreleng, New York. 
Ely Moore, New York. 
Gouverneur Kemble, (.'old Spring. 
Obadiah Titus, Washington. 
Nathaniel Jones, Warwick. 
John C. Brodhead, Modena. 
Zadock Pratt, Prattsville. 
Robert McClellan, Middleburg. 
Henry Vail, Troy. 
Albert Gallup, East Berne. 
John J. De Graff, Schenectady. 
David Russell. Salem. 
John Palmer, Plattsburg. 
James B. Spencer, Fort Covington. 
John Edwards, Ephratah. 
Arphaxed Loomis, Little Falls. 
Henry A. Foster, Rome. 



Nathaniel P. Tallmadge, Poughkeepsie. 

Abraham P. Grant, Oswego. 
Isaac H. Bronson, Watertown. 
John H. Prentiss, Cooperstown. 
Amasa J. Parker, Delhi. 
John C. Clarke, Bainbridge. 
Andrew D. W. Bruyn, 1 Ithaca. 
Cyrus Beers, 2 Ithaca. 
Hiram Gray, Elmira. 
William Taylor, Manlius. 
Bennet Bicknell, Morrisville. 
William H. Noble, Cato. 
Samuel Birdsall, Waterloo. 
Mark H. Sibley, Canandaigua. 
John T. Andrews, North Reading. 
Timothy Childs, Rochester. 
William Patterson, 3 Warsaw. 
Harvey Putnam, 4 Attica. 
Luther C. Peck, Pike. 
Richard P. Marvin, Jamestown. 
Millard Fillmore, Buffalo. 
Charles F. Mitchell, Lockport. 



NORTH CAROLINA. 



SENATORS. 



Bedford Brown, Browns Store. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Samuel T. Sawyer, Edenton. 
Jesse A. Bynum, Halifax. 
Edward Stanly, Washington. 
Charles Shepard, Newbern. 
James J. McKay, Elizabethtown. 
Micajah T. Hawkins, Warrenton. 
Edmon Deberry, Lawrenceville. 



OHIO. 



Robert Strange, Fayetteville. 



William Montgomery, Albrights. 
Augustine H. Shepperd, Bethania. 
Abraham Rencher, Pittsboro. 
Henry W. Conner, Sherrills Ford. 
James Graham, Rutherfordton. 
Lewis Williams, Panther Creek. 



William Allen, Chillicothe. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Alexander Duncan, Cincinnati. 
Taylor Webster, Hamilton. 
Patrick G. Goode, Sydney. 
Thomas Corwin, Lebanon. 
Thomas L. Ilamer, Georgetown. 
Calvary Morris, Athens. 
William K. Bond, Chillicothe. 
Joseph Ridgway, Columbus. 
John Chaney, Courtwright. 
Samson Mason, Springfield. 
James Alexander, jr., St. Clairsville. 



Thomas Morris, Bethel. 



Alexander Harper, Zanesville. 
Daniel P. Leadbetter, Millersburg. 
William H. Hunter, Sandusky. 
John W. Allen, Cleveland. 
Elisha Whittlesey, 5 Canfield 
Joshua R. Giddings, 6 Jefferson. 
Andrew W. Loomis, 7 New Lisbon. 
Charles D. Coffin, 8 New Lisbon. 
Matthias Sheplor, Bethlehem. 
Daniel Kilgore, 9 Cadiz. 
Henry Swearingen, 10 Smithfield. 



i Died July 27, 1838. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Andrew D. W. 
Bruyn, and took his seat December 3, 1838. 

3 Died August 14, 1838. 

* Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of William Patter- 
son, and took his seat December 3, 1838. 

' Resigned July 9, 1838. 

*> Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Elisha 
Whittlesey, and took his seat December 3, 1838. 



7 Resigned October 20, 1S37. 

8 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Andrew 
W. Loomis. and took his seat December 20, 1837. 

9 Resigned in 1838. 

10 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Daniel Kil- 
gore, and took his seat December 3, 1838. 



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PENNSYLVANIA. 



SENATORS. 



Samuel McKean, Burlington. 



James Buchanan, Lancaster. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Lemuel Paynter, Philadelphia. 
John Sergeant, Philadelphia. 
George W. Toland, Philadelphia. 
Francis J. Harper, 1 Frankford. 
Charles Nay lor, 2 Philadelphia. 
Edward Da vies, Churchtown. 
David Potts, jr., Pottstown. 
Edward Darlington, Chester. 
Jacob Fry, jr., Trappe. 
Mathias Morris, Doylestown. 
David D. Wagener, Easton. 
Edward B. Hubley, Orwigsburg. 
Henry A. Muhlenberg, 3 Reading. 
George M. Keim, 4 Reading. 
Luther Reily, Harrisburg. 



Henry Logan, Dillsburg. 

Daniel Sheft'er, York. 

Charles McClure, Carlisle. 

William W. Potter, Bellefonte. 

David Petrikin, Danville. 

Robert H. Hammond, Milton. 

Samuel W. Morris, Wellsboro. 

Charles Ogle, Somerset. 

John Klingensmith, jr., Stewartsville. 

Andrew Buchanan, Waynesburg. 

Thomas M. T. McKennan, Washington. 

Richard Biddle, Pittsburgh. 

William Beatty, Butler. 

Thomas Henry, Beaver. 

Arnold Plumer, Franklin. 



RHODE ISLAND. 



SENATORS. 



Nehemiah R. Knight, Providence. Asher Robbins, Newport. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Robert B. Cranston, Newport. Joseph L. Tillinghast, Providence. 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 



John C. Calhoun, Fort Hill. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John Campbell, Parnassus. 
William K. Clowney, Union. 
Franklin H. Elmore, Columbia. 
John K. Griffin, Milton. 
Hugh S. Legare, Charleston. 



TENNESSEE. 



SENATORS. 



Felix Grundy, 5 Nashville. 
Ephraim H. Foster, 6 Nashville. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William B. Carter, Elizabeth ton. 
Abraham McClellan, Blountsville. 
Joseph L. Williams, Knoxville. 
William Stone, Delphi. 
Hopkins L. Turney, Winchester. 
William B. Campbell, Carthage. 
John Bell, Nashville 



William C. Preston, Columbia. 

Francis W. Pickens, Edgefield. 
Robert Barnwell Rhett, Beaufort. 
John P. Richardson, Fulton. 
Waddy Thompson, jr., Greenville. 



Hugh L. White, Knoxville. 



Abraham P. Maury, Franklin. 
James K. Polk, Columbia. 
Ebenezer J. Shields, Pulaski. 
Richard Cheatham, Springfield. 
John W. Crockett, Paris. 
Christopher H. Williams, Lexington. 



VERMONT. 



SENATORS. 

Samuel Prentiss, Montpelier. Benjamin Swift, St. Albans. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 



Hiland Hall, Bennington. 
William Slade, Middlebury. 
Horace Everett, Windsor. 



Heman Allen, Burlington. 
Isaac Fletcher, Lyndon. 



1 Died March 18, 1837, before the convening of the Congress. 

' Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Francis J. Har- 
per, and took his seat September 4, 1837. 

s Resigned February 9, 1838. 

* Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Henry A. 
Muhlenberg, and took his seat March 17, 1838. 



6 Resigned July 4, 1838. 

6 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Felix 
Grundy, and took his seat December 3, 1838, subsequently 
elected for full term commencing March 4, 1839, and resigned 
March 3, 1839. 



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149 



VIRGINIA. 



SENATORS. 



William C. Rives, Lindseys Store. 



Richard E. Parker, 1 Sniekersville. 
William II. Roane, 2 Richmond. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Andrew Beime, Union. 
James W. Bouldin, Charlotte. 
Walter Coles, Robertsons Store. 
Robert Craig, Christiansburg. 
George C. Dromgoole, Belfast. 
James Garland, Lovingston. 
George W. Hopkins, Lebanon. 
Robert M. T. Hunter, Lloyds. 
Joseph Johnson, Bridgeport. 
John W. Jones, Petersburg. 
Francis Mallory, Hampton. 



James M. Mason, Winchester. 
Charles F. Mercer, Aldie. 
William S. Morgan, White Day. 
John M. Patton, 3 Fredericksburg. 
Linn Banks, 4 Madison. 
Isaac S. Pennybacker, Harrisonburg. 
Francis E. Rives, Littleton. 
John Robertson, Richmond. 
Archibald Stuart, Mount Airy. 
John Taliaferro, Fredericksburg. 
Henry A. Wise, Accomac. 



TERRITORY OF FLORIDA 

DELEGATE. 

Charles Downing, St. Augustine. 
TERRITORY OF IOWA. 5 

DELEGATE. 

William W. Chapman, Burlington. 



TERRITORY OF WISCONSIN. 



DELEGATES. 

George W. Jones, 6 Sinsinawa Mound. 



James D. Doty, 7 Astor. 



' Resigned March 13, 1837. 

3 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Richard E. 
Parker, and took his seat September 4, 1837. 

» Resigned in 1838. 

4 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of John M. 
Patton, and took his seat May 19, 1838. 



& Form from a portion of the Territory of Wisconsin and 
gronted a delegate in Congress by Act of June 12, 1838. 

6 Served until January 14, 1839; succeeded by James D. 
Doty, who contested his election. 

7 Successfully contested the election of George W. Jones, 
and took his seat January 14, 1839. 






TWENTY-SIXTH CONGRESS. 



MARCH 4, 1839, TO MARCH 3, 1841. 



FIRST SESSION— December 2, 1S39, to July 21, 1840. SECOND SESSION— December 7, 

1840, to March 3, 1841. 



VICE PRESIDENT— Richard M. Johnson, of Kentucky. PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE 
PRO TEMPORE— William R. King, 1 of Alabama. SECRETARY OF THE SENATE— Asbury 
Dickens, o! North Carolina. 

SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE— Robert M. T. Hunter, 2 of Virginia. CIERK OF THE HOUSE— 
Hugh A. Garland, of Virginia. 



William R. Kins, Selma. 



ALABAMA. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Reuben Chapman, Somerville. 
David Hubbard, Courtland. 
George W. Crabb, Tuloosasca. 



Clement C. Clay, Huntsville. 



Dixon H. Lewis, Lowndesboro. 
James Dellet, Claiborne. 



ARKANSAS. 

SENATORS. 

William S. Fulton, Little Rock. Ambrose H. Sevier, Lake Port. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

Edward Cross, Washington. 
CONNECTICUT. 



Perry Smith, New Milford. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Joseph Trumbull, Hartford. 
William L. Storrs, 5 Middletown. 
William W. Boardman. 6 New Haven. 
Thomas W. Williams, New London. 



Thaddeus Betts, 3 Norwalk. 
Jabez W. Huntington, 4 Norwich. 

Thomas B. Osborne, Fairfield. 
Truman Smith, Litchfield. 
John H. Brockway, Ellington. 



DELAWARE. 



SENATORS. 



Richard n. Bayard," Wilmington. Thomas Clayton, New Castle. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

Thomas Robinson, jr., Georgetown. 



i Continuing from preceding session; reelected July 3, 1840; 
March 3, 1841. 

z Elected December 16, 1S39. 

a Died April 7, 1840. 

< Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Thaddeus Betts, 
and took his seat June 2, 1840. 

& Resigned in June, 1S40, to become associate judge of the 
court of errors. 

150 



6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of William L. 
Storrs, and took his seat "December 7, 1840. 

7 Resigned September 19, 1839, to become chief justice of 
Delaware; reelected for the term beginning March 4, 1839, and 
took his seat January 19, 1841; vacancy' in this class from 
September 19, 1839, to January 15, 1841. 



TWENTY-SIXTH CONGRESS. 
GEORGIA. 



151 



Alfred Cuthbert, Monticello. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Julius C. Alford, Lagiange. 
Edward J. Black, Jacksonboro. 
Walter T. Colquitt, 1 Columbus. 
Hines Holt, 2 Columbus. 
Mark A. Cooper, Columbus. 



John M. Robinson, Carmi. 



John Reynolds, Belleville. 
Zadok Casey, Mount Vernon. 



ILLINOIS. 



SENATORS 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



INDIANA. 



Wilson Lumpkin, Athens. 



William C. Dawson, Greensboro. 
Richard W. Habersham, Clarkesville. 
Thomas Butler Kim;, Waynesville. 
Eugenius A. Nisbet, Macon. 
Lott Warren, Palmyra. 



Richard M. Young, Quincy. 



John T. Stuart, Springfield. 



SENATORS. 



Oliver H. Smith, Indianapolis. 



George H. Proffit, Petersburg. 
John W. Davis, Carlisle. 
John Carr, Charlestown. 
Thomas Smith, Versailles. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Albert S. White, Lafayette. 



James Rariden, Centerville. 
William W. Wick, Indianapolis. 
Tilghman A. Howard, 3 Rockville. 
Henry S. Lane, 4 Crawfordsville. 



Henry Clay, Lexington. 



KENTUCKY. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Linn Boyd, Belleview. 
Philip Triplet.t, Owensboro. 
Joseph R. Underwood, Bowling Green 
Sherrod Williams, Monticello. 
Simeon H. Anderson, 5 Lancaster. 
John B. Thompson, 6 Harrodsburg. 
Willis Green, Green. 



LOUISIANA. 



SENATORS. 



John J. Crittenden, Frankfort. 



John Pope, Springfield. 
William J. Graves, Newcastle. 
John White, Richmond. 
Richard Hawes. Winchester. 
Landaff W. Andrews, Flemingsburg. 
Garrett Davis, Paris. 
William 0. Butler, Carrollton. 



Robert C. Nicholas, Donaldsonville. Alexander Mouton, Vermilionville. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 



Edward D. White, Thibodeauxvillc 
Thomas W. Chinn, Baton Rouge. 



Rice Garland, 7 Opelousas. 
John Moore, 8 Franklin. 



MAINE. 



John Ruggles, Thomaston. 

Hugh J. Anderson, Belfast. 
Nathan Clifford, Newfield. 
Thomas Davee, Blanchard. 
George Evans, Gardiner. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Reuel Williams, Augusta. 

Joshua A. Lowell, East Machias. 
Virgil D. Parris, Buckfield. 
Benjamin Randall, Bath. 
Albert Smith, Portland. 



1 Resigned July 21, 1840. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Walter T. 
Colquitt, and took his seat February 1, 1841. 

3 Resigned August 1, 1840. 

> Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Tilghman 
A. Howard, and took his seat December 7. 1840. 



s Died August 11, 1840. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Simeon H. 
Anderson, and tojk his seat December 7. 1840. 

' Resigned July 21, 1840. 

8 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Rice Gar- 
land, and took his seat December 17". 1S40. 



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CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY. 
MARYLAND. 



John S. Spence, 1 Berlin. 
John L. Kerr, 2 Easton. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John Dennis, Princess Anne. 
Philip F. Thomas, Easton. 
JohnT. H. Worthington, Shawan. 
Solomon Hillen, jr., Baltimore. 



William D. Merrick, Aliens Fresh. 



James Carroll, Baltimore. 
William Cost Johnson, Jefferson. 
Francis Thomas, Frederick. 
Daniel Jenifer, Milton Hill. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 



Daniel Webster, 3 Boston. 
R,ufus Choate, 4 Boston. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Abbott Lawrence, 7 Boston. 
Robert C. Winthrop, 8 Boston. 
Leverett Saltonstall, Salem. 
Caleb Cushing, Newburyport. 
William Parmenter, East Cambridge. 
Levi Lincoln, Worcester. 
James C. Alvord, 9 Greenfield. 



MICHIGAN. 



SENATORS. 



John Norvell, Detroit. 



John Davis, 5 Worcester. 
Isaac C. Bates, 6 Northampton. 



Osmyn Baker, 10 Amherst. 
George N. Briggs, Lanesboro. 
William B. Calhoun, Springfield. 
William S. Hastings, Mendon. 
Henry Williams, Taunton. 
John Reed, Yarmouth. 
John Quincy Adams, Quincy. 



Augustus S. Porter, Detroit. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 

Isaac E. Crary, Marshall. 
MISSISSIPPI. 

SENATORS. 

Robert J. Walker, Madisonville. John Henderson, Pass Christian. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Albert G. Brown, Gallatin. Jacob Thompson, Pontotoc. 

MISSOURI. 

SENATORS. 

Thomas H. Benton, St. Louis. Lewis F. Linn, St. Genevieve. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

John Miller, Conners Mills. 



Albert G. Harrison, 11 Fulton. 
John Jameson, 12 Fulton. 



NEW HAMPSHIRE. 



SENATORS. 



Henry Hubbard, Charlestown. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Charles G. Atherton, Nashua. 
Edmund Burke, Newport. 
Ira A. Eastman, Gilmanton. 



Franklin Pierce, Concord. 



Tristram Shaw, Exeter. 
Jared W. Williams, Lancaster. 



1 Died October 29, 1840. 

- Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of John S. Spence, 
and took his seat January 13, 1841. 

s Resigned February 22, 1841. 

< Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Daniel Web- 
ster, and took his seat March 1, 1841. 

6 Resigned January 5, 1841. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of John Davis, 
and took his seat January 21, 1841. 
' Resigned September 18, 1840. 



" Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation ot Abbott 
Lawrence, and took his seat December 7, 1840. 

9 Died September 27, 1839, before the assembling of the 
Congress. 

10 Elected to fin vacancy caused by death of James C. Alvord, 
and took his seat January 14, 1840. 

11 Died September 7, 1839. 

12 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Albert G. Har- 
rison, and took his seat December 12, 1839. 



TWENTY-SIXTH CONGRESS. 



153 



NEW JERSEY. 



SENATORS. 



Samuel L. Southard, Trenton. 



Garret D. Wall, Burlington. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William R. Cooper, 1 Swedesboro. 
Philemon Dickerson, 1 Paterson. 
Joseph Kille, 1 Salem. 



NEW YORK. 



Joseph F. Randolph, New Brunswick. 
Daniel B. Ryall, 1 Freehold. 
Peter D. Vroom, 1 Somerville. 



Silas Wright, jr.. Canton. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Thomas B. Jackson, Newtown. 
James De la Montanya, Haverstraw. 
Ogden Hoffman, New York. 
Edward Curtis, New York. 
Moses II. Grinnell, New York. 
James Munroe, New York. 
Gouverneur Kemble, Cold Spring. 
Charles Johnston, Poughkeepsie. 
Nathaniel Jones, Warwick. 
Rufus Palen, Fallsburg. 
Aaron Vanderpoel, Kinderhook. 
John Ely, CoxsacMe. 
Hiram P. Hunt, Troy. 
Daniel D. Barnard, Albany. 
Anson Brown, 2 Ballston. 
Nicholas B. Doe, 3 Waterford. 
David Russell, Salem. 
Augustus C. Hand, Elizabethtown. 
John Fine, Ogdensbur^ 
Peter J. Wagner, Fort Plain. 
Andrew W. Boig, Lowvillc 



Nathaniel P. Tallmadge, Poughkeepsie. 



John G. Floyd, Utica. 
David P. Brewster, Oswego. 
Thomas C. Chittenden, Adams. 
John II. Prentiss, Cooperstown. 
Judson Allen, Harpersville. 
John C. Clarke, Bainbridge. 
Stephen B. Leonard, Owego. 
Amasa Dana, Ithaca. 
Edward Rogers, Madison. 
Nehemiah H. Earl, Syracuse. 
Christopher Morgan, Aurora. 
Theron R. Strong, Palmyra. 
Francis Granger, Canandaigua. 
Meredith Mallory, Hammoudsport. 
Thomas Kempshall, Rochester. 
Seth M. Gates, Leroy. 
Luther C. Peck, Pike. 
Richard P. Marvin, Jamestown. 
Millard Fillmore, Buffalo. 
Charles F. Mitchell, Lockport. 



NORTH CAROLINA. 



SENATORS. 



Bedford Brown, 4 Browns Store. 
Willie P. Mangum, 5 Red Mountain. 



Robert Strange, 4 Fayetteville. 
William A. Graham, Hillsboro. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Kenneth Rayner, Winton. 
Jesse A. Bynum, Halifax. 
Edward Stanly, Washington. 
Charles Shepard, Newborn. 
James J. McKay, Elizabethtown. 
Micajah T. Hawkins, Warrenton. 
Edmund Deberrv, Lawrenceville. 



William Montgomery, Albrights. 
John Hill, Germantown. 
Charles Fisher, Salisbury. 
Henry W. Conner, Sherrells Curd. 
James Graham, Rutherford ton. 
Lewis Williams, Panther Creek. 



OHIO. 



William Allen, Chillicothe. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Alexander Duncan, Cincinnati. 
John B. Weller, Hamilton. 
Patrick G. Goode, Sidney. 
Thomas Corwin, 4 Lebanon. 
Jeremiah Morrow, 7 Twentymile Stand. 
William Doan, Withamsville. 
Calvary Morris, Athens. 
William Key Bond, Chillicothe. 
Joseph Ridgway, Columbus. 
William Medill, Lancaster. 



Benjamin Tappan, Steubenville. 



Samson Mason, Springfield. 

Isaac Parrish, Cambridge. 

Jonathan Taylor, Newark. 

Daniel P. Leadbetter, Millersburg. 

George Sweeny, Bucyrus. 

John W. Allen, Cleveland. 

Joshua R. Giddings, Jefferson. 

John Hastings, Salem. 

David A. Starkweather, Canton. 

Henry Swearingen, Smithfield. 



1 Election unsuccessfully contested; took his seat March 10, 
1840. 

2 Died June 14, 1840. 

3 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Anson Brown, 
and took his seat December 7, 1840. 

• Resigned February 22, 1840, to take effect May 1, 1840. 



6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Bedford 
Brown, and took his seat December 9, 1840. 

e Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Robert 
Strange, and took his seat December 10, 1840. 

7 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Thomas 
Corwin, and took his seat December 7, 1840. 



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CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY. 



PENNSYLVANIA. 



James Buchanan, Lancaster. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Lemuel Paynter, Philadelphia. 
John Sergeant, Philadelphia. 
George W. Toland, Philadelphia. 
Charles Naylor, 1 Philadelphia. 
Edward Davies, Church town . 
John Edwards, Ivy Mills. 
Francis James, West Chester. 
Joseph Fornance, Norristown. 
John Davis, Davisville. 
David D. Wagener, Easton. 
Peter Newhard, Allen town. 
George M. Keim, Reading. 
William Simon ton, Hummelstown. 
James Gerry, Shrewsbury. 
James Cooper, Gettysburg. 
William S. Ramsey, 2 Carlisle. 



Daniel Sturgeon, L'niontown. 



Charles McClure, 3 Carlisle. 
William W. Potter,' 1 Philadelphia. 
George McCulloch, 5 Center Line. 
David Petrikin, Danville. 
Robert H. Hammond, Milton. 
Samuel W. Morris, Wellsboro. 
Charles Ogle, Somer-et. 
Albert G. Marchand, Greensburg. 
Enos Hook, Waynesburg. 
Isaac Leet, Washington. 
Richard Biddle, 6 Pittsburgh. 
Henry M. Breckenridge, 7 Tarentum. 
William Beatty, Butler. 
Thomas Henry, Beaver. 
John Galbraith, Erie. 



RHODE ISLAND. 

SENATORS. 

Nehemiah R. Knight, Providence. Nathan F. Dixon, Westerly. 

REPRESENTATIVES . 

Robert B. Cranston, Newport. Joseph L. Tillinghast, Providence. 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 



John C. Calhoun, Fort Hill. 

Samson II. Butler, Barnwell. 
John Campbell, Parnassus. 
John K. Griffin, Newberry. 
Isaac E. Holmes, Charleston. 
Francis W. Pickens, Edgefield. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William C. Preston, Columbia. 



R. Barnwell Rhett, Blue House. 
James Rogers, Maybinton. 
Thomas D. Sumter, Slatesburg. 
Waddy Thompson, jr., Greenville. 



TENNESSEE. 



SENATORS. 



Hugh L. White," Knoxville. 
Alexander Anderson, 9 Knoxville. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William B. Carter, Elizabeth ton. 
Abraham McClellan, Blountsville. 
Joseph L. Williams, Knoxville. 
Julius W. Blackwell, Athens. 
Hopkins L. Turney, Winchester. 
William B. Campbell, Carthage. 
John Bell, Nashville. 



Felix Grundy, 10 Nashville. 

Alfred O. P. Nicholson, 11 Columbia. 



Meredith P. Gentry, Harpeth. 
Harvey M. Watterson, Shelby ville. 
Aaron V. Brown, Pulaski. 
Cave Johnson, Clarksville. 
John W. Crockett, Trenton. 
Christopher II. Williams, Lexington. 



VERMONT. 



Samuel Prentiss, Montpelier. 

Hiland Hall, Bennington. 
William Slade, Middlebury. 
Horace Everett, Windsor. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Samuel S. Phelps, Middlebury. 

John Smith, St. Albans. 
Isaac Fletcher, Lyndon. 



1 Election unsuccessfully contested bv Charles J. Ingersoll. 

= Died October 17, 1840. 

3 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of William S. 
Ramsey, and took his seat December 7, 1840. 

< Died October 28, 1839, before tho assembling of the Con- 
gress. 

s Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of William W. 
Potter, and took his seat December 2, 1839. 

6 Resigned in 1840. 

7 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Richard 
Biddle, and took his seat "December. 10, 1840. 



8 Resigned January 13, 1840. 

9 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Hugh L. 
White, and took his seat February 26, 1840. 

10 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Ephraim 
H. Foster in preceding Congress, and took his seat January 3, 
1840; vacancy in this class from March 4, 1839, to December 
14, 1839; died December 19, 1840. 

" Appointed to fill vacancy caused by death of Felix Grundy, 
and took his seat January 11, 1841. 



TWENTY-SIXTH CONGRESS. 



155 



\ r IRGINIA. 



SENATORS. 



William C. Rives, 1 Lindseya Store. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William II. Roane, Riehmniiil. 



Robert M. T. Hunter, Lloyds. 
John W. Jones, Petersburg. 
William Lucas, Charlestown. 
Charles F. Mercer, 4 Aldie. 
William M. McCarty, 6 Alexandria. 
Francis E. Rives, Littleton. 
Green B. Samuels, Woodstock. . 
Lewis Steenrod, Wheeling. 
John Taliaferro, Fredericksburg. 
Henry A. Wise, Accomac. 



Linn Banks, Madison. 
Andrew Beirne, Union. 
John M. Botts, Richmond. 
Walter Coles, Robertsons Store. 
Robert Craig, Christiansburg. 
George C. Dromgoole, Gaston 
James Garland, Lovingston. 
William L. Goggin, Liberty. 
John Hill, Buckingham. 
Joel Holleman, 2 Burwell Bay. 
Francis Mallory, 3 Hampton. 
George W. Hopkins, Lebanon 
Joseph Johnson, Bridgeport. 

TERRITORY OF FLORIDA. 

DELEGATE. 

Charles Downing, St. Augustine. 
TERRITORY OF IOWA. 

DELEGATES. 

William W. Chapman, Burlington. Augustus C. Dodge, 6 Burlington. 

TERRITORY OF WISCONSIN. 



DELEGATE. 

James D. Doty, Ash ton. 



1 Elected to fill vacancy caused by expiration of his preced- 
ing term, March 3, 1839, and took his seat January 31), 1841; 
vacancy in this class from March 4, 1839, to January 18, 1841. 

2 Resigned in 1840. 

8 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Joel Holle- 
man, and took his seat January 7, 1S41. 



< Resigned December 26, 1839. 

5 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Charles F. 
Mercer, and took his seat January 25, 1840. 
« Took his seat December 8, 1840. 



TWENTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. 



MARCH 4, 1841, TO MARCH 3, 1843. 



FIRST SESSION, May 31, 1841, to September 13, 1841. SECOND SESSION, December 6, 
1841, to August 31, 1842. THIKD SESSION, December 5, 1842, to March 3, 1843. 
SPECIAL SESSION OF THE SENATE, March 4, 1841, to March 15, 1841. 



VICE-PRESIDENT— John Tyler, 1 of Virginia. PRESIDENTS OF THE SENATE PRO TEM- 
PORE — William R. King, 2 of Alabama; Samuel L. Southard, 1 of New Jersey; Willie P. Mangum, 4 of 
North Carolina. SECRETARY OF THE SENATE— Asbury Dickens, of North Carolina. 

SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE— John White, of Kentucky. CLERK OF THE HOUSE— Matthew 
St. Clair Clarke, of Pennsylvania. 



William R. King, Selma. 



ALABAMA. 

SE1JATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



Reuben Chapman, Somerville. 
George S. Houston, Athens. 
Dixon H. Lewis, Lowndesboro. 



Clement C. Clay, 5 Huntsville. 
Arthur P. Bagby, Tuscaloosa. 



William W. Payne, Gainesville. 
Benjamin G. Shields, Demopolis. 



ARKANSAS. 

SENATORS. 

William S. Fulton, Little Rock. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

Edward Cross, Washington 
CONNECTICUT. 

SENATORS. 



Ambrose H. Sevier, Lake Port. 



Perry Smith, New Milford. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Joseph Trumbull, Hartford. 
William W. Boardman, New Haven. 
Thomas W. Williams, New London. 



Jabez W. Huntington, Norwich. 



Thomas B. Osborne, Fairfield. 
Truman Smith, Litchfield. 
John H. Brockway, Ellington. 



DELAWARE. 

SENATORS. 

Richard H. Bayard, Wilmington. Thomas Clayton, New Castle 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

George B. Rodney, New Castle. 

i President on the death of William Henry Harrison (April < Elected May 31, 1842. 

4, 1841). s Resigned in 1841. 

- Elected March 4, 1841 (special session of the Senate). « Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Clement. 

3 Elected March 11, 1841, (special session of the Senate); C. Clay, and took his seat December 27, 1841. 
resigned as President pro tempore May 31, 1842. 

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157 



Alfred Cuthbert, Montioello. 



GEORGIA. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Julius 0. Alford, 1 Lagrange. 
Edward J. Black, 2 Jacksonboro. 
'Walter T. Colquitt, 3 Columbus. 
Mark A. Cooper, 3 Columbus. 
William C. Dawson, 1 Greensboro. 
Thomas F. Foster, Columbus. 



J. Macpherson Berrien, Savannah. 

Roger L. Gamble, Louisville. 
Richard W. Habersham, 4 Clarkesvillc. 
George W. Crawford, 5 Augusta. 
Thomas Butler King, Waynesville. 
James A. Meriwether, Edenton. 
Eugenius A. Nisbet, 1 Macon. 
Lott Warren, Palmyra. 



ILLINOIS. 



SENATORS. 

Richard M. Young, Quincy. Samuel MeRoberts, Danville. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

John Reynolds, Belleville. John T. Stuart, Springfield. 

Zadok Casey, Mount Vernon. 

INDIANA. 



SENATORS. 



Oliver H. Smith, Indianapolis. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



George H. Proffit, Petersburg. 
Richard W. Thompson, Bedford. 
Joseph L. White. Madison. 
James H. Cravens, Marion. 



Albert S. White, Lafayette. 



Andrew Kennedy, Muncietown. 
David Wallace, Indianapolis. 
■Henry S. Lane, ( rawfordsville. 



KENTUCKY. 



SENATORS. 



Henry Clay, 6 Lexington. 
John J. Crittenden, 7 Frankfort. 



James T. Morehead, Covington. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 

Linn Boyd, Belleview. 

Philip Triplett, Owensboro. 

Joseph R. Underwood, Bowling Green. 

Bryan Y. Owsley, Jamestown. 

John B. Thompson, Harrodsburg. 

Willis Green, Green. 

John Pope, Springfield. 

LOUISIANA. 



James C. Sprigg, Shelbyville. 
John White, Richmond. 
Thomas F. Marshall, Versailles. 
Landaff W. Andrews, Flemingsburg. 
Garrett Davis, Paris. 
William O. Butler, Carrollton. 



SENATORS. 



Alexander Mouton, 8 Vermilion ville. 
Charles M. Conrad, 9 New Orleans. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Edward D. White, Thibodeauxville. 
John B. Dawson, St. Francisville. 



MAINE. 



Alexander Barrow, Baton Rouge. 



John Moore, Franklin. 



Reuel Williams, Augusta. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Elisha H. Allen, Bangor. 
David Bronson, Anson. 
Nathan Clifford, Newfield. 
William P. Fessenden, Portland. 



George Evans, Gardiner. 



Nathaniel S. Littlefield, Bridgeton. 
Joshua A. Lowell, 10 East Machias. 
Alfred Marshall, China. 
Benjamin Randall, Bath. 



> Resigned in 1S42. 

2 Elected at large to nil, in part, vacancies caused by resig- 
nations of Julius C Alford, William C. Dawson, and Eugenius A. 
Nisbet, and took his seat March 2, 1842. 

3 Elected at large to fill, in part, vacancies caused by resig- 
nations of Julius C. Alford, William C. Dawson, and Eugenius A. 
Nisbet, and took his seat February 1, 1S42. 

< Died December 2, 1842. 

5 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Richard W. 
Habersham , and took his seat February 1 , 1843. 



s Resigned March 31, 1842. 

7 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Henry 
Clav and took his seat March 31, 1S42. 

8 Resigned March 1, 1S42. 

9 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Alexander 
Mouton, and took his seat April 14, 1842. 

10 Election unsuccessfully protested by sundry citizens of 
Maine. 



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MARYLAND. 

SENATORS. 

William D. Merrick, Aliens Fresh. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Isaac D. Jones, Princess Anne. 
James A. Pearce, Chestertown. 
James W. Williams. 1 Churchville. 
Charles S. Sewall, 2 Elkton. 
John P. Kennedy, Baltimore. 



John L. Kerr. Easton. 



Alexander Randall, Annapolis. 
William Cost Johnson, Jefferson. 
John T. Mason, Hagerstown. 
Augustus R. Sollers, Prince Frederic. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 



Isaac C. Bates, Northampton. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Robert C. Winthrop, 3 Boston. 
Nathan Appleton, 4 Boston. 
Leverett Saltonstall, Salem. 
Caleb Cushing, Newburyport. 
William Parmenter, East Cambridge. 
Charles Hudson, Westminster. 
Osmyn Baker, Amherst. 



Rufus Choate, Boston. 



George N. Briggs, Lanesboro. 
William B. Calhoun, Springfield. 
William S. Hastings, 5 Mendon. 
Nathaniel B. Borden, Fall River. 
Barker Burnell, Nantucket. 
John Quincy Adams, Quincy. 



MICHIGAN. 

SENATORS. 



Augustus S. Porter, Detroit. 



William Woodbridge, Detroit. 



REPRESENTATIVE. 

Jacob M. Howard, Detroit. 
MISSISSIPPI. 

SENATORS. 

Robert J. Walker, Madisonville. John Henderson, Pass Christian. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

William M. Gwin, Vicksburg. Jacob Thompson, Oxford. 

MISSOURI. 

SENATORS. 

Thomas H. Benton, St. Louis. Lewis F. Linn, St. Genevieve. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

John C. Edwards, Jefferson City. John Miller, Conners Mills. 

NEW HAMPSHIRE. 



Franklin Pierce, 6 Concord. 
Leonard Wilcox, 7 Oxford. 



Charles G. Atherton, Nashua. 
Edmund Burke, Newport. 
Ira A. Eastman, Gilmanton. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Levi Woodbury, Portsmouth. 



John R. Reding, Haverhill. 
Tristram Shaw, Exeter. 



i Died December 2, 1S42. 

« Elected to All vacancy caused by death of James W. Wil- 
liams, and took his seat January 7, 1843. 

3 Resigned May 25, 1S42; subsequently elected to fill vacancy 
caused bv resignation of Nathan Appleton, who had been 
elected as his successor, but who in turn resigned in 1842; 
took his seat for a second time December 5, 1842. 



* Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Robert C. 
Winthrop, and took his seat June 9, 1S42; resigned Septem- 
ber 28, 1842. 

« Died June 17, 1842. 

6 Resigned February 28, 1842. 

7 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Franklin 
Pierce, and took his seat March, 7, 1842; subsequently elected. • 



TWENTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. 



159 



NEW JERSEY. 



SENATORS. 



Samuel L. Southard,' Trenton. 
William L. Dayton, 2 Trenton. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John B. Aycrigg, Pyramus. 
William Halstead, Trenton. 
John P. 13. Maxwell. Belvidere. 



Jacob W. Miller, Morristown. 



Joseph F. Randolph, New Brunswick. 
Charles C. Stratlon, Swedesboro. 
Thomas Jones Yorke, Salem. 



Silas Wright, jr., Canton. 



NEW YORK. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Charles A. Floyd, Commaek. 
Joseph Egbert, Tompkinsville. 
John McKeon, New York. 
James I. Roosevelt, New York. 
Fernando Wood, New York. 
Charles G. Ferris, New York. 
Aaron Ward, Mount Pleasant. 
Richard D. Davis, Poughkeepsie. 
James G. Clinton, Newburg. 
John Van Buren, Kingston. 
Robert McClellan, Hudson. 
Jacob Houck, jr., Schoharie. 
Hiram P. Hunt, Troy. 
Daniel D. Barnard, Albany. 
Archibald L. Linn, Schenectady. 
Barnard Blair, Salem. 
Thomas A. Tomlinson, Keeseville. 
Henry Van Rensselaer, Ogdensburg. 
John Sanford, Amsterdam. 
Andrew W. Doig, Lowville. 
John G. Floyd, Utica. 



Nathaniel P. Tallmadge, Poughkeepsie. 



David P. Brewster, Oswego. 
Thomas C. Chittenden, Adams. 
Samuel S. Bowne, Cooperstown. 
Samuel Gordon, Delhi. 
John C. Clarke, Bainbridge. 
Lewis Riggs, Homer. 
Samuel Partridge, Elmira. 
Victory Birdseye, Pompey. 
A. Law T rence Foster, Morrisville. 
Christopher Morgan, Aurora. 
John Maynard, Seneca Falls. 
John Greig, 3 Canandaigua. 
Francis Granger, 4 Canandaigua. 
William M. Oliver, Penn Yan. 
Timothy Childs, Rochester. 
Seth M. Gates, Leroy. 
John Young, Geneseo. 
Staley N. Clarke, Ellicottsville. 
Millard Fillmore, Buffalo. 
Alfred Babcock, Baines. 



NORTH CAROLINA. 



SENATORS. 

Willie P. Mangum, Red Mountain. 

REPRESENTATIVES . 

Kenneth Rayner. Winton. 
John R. J. Daniel, Halifax. 
Edward Stanly, Washington. 
William H. Washington, Newbem. 
James J. McKay, Elizabethtown. 
Archibald H. Arrington, Hilliardston. 
Edmund Deberry, Lawrenceville. 

OHIO. 



William A. Graham, Hillsboro. 



Romulus M. Saunders, Raleigh. 
Augustine H. Shepperd, Salem. 
Abraham Rencher, Pittsboro. 
Green W. Caldwell, Charlotte. 
James Graham, Rutherfordton. 
Lewis Williams. 5 Panther Creek. 
Anderson Mitchell, 6 Wilkesboro. 



William Allen, Chillicothe. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Nathaniel G. Pendleton, Cincinnati. 
John B. Weller, Hamilton. 
Patrick G. Goode, Sidney. 
Jeremiah Morrow, Twentymile Stand. 
William Doan, Withamsville. 
Calvary Morris, Athens. 
William Russell, Portsmouth. 
Joseph Ridgway, Columbus. 
William Medill, Lancaster. 
Samson Mason, Springfield. 



Benjamin Tappan, Steubenville. 



Benjamin S. Cowen, St. Clairsville. 
Joshua Mathiot, Newark. 
James Mathews, Coshocton. 
George Sweeny. Bucyrus. 
Sherlock J. Andrews, Cleveland. 
Joshua R. Giddings, 7 Jefferson. 
John Hastings, Salem. 
Ezra Dean, Wooster. 
Samuel Stokely, Steubenville. 



1 Died June 20, 1842. 

2 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by death of Samuel L. 
Southard, and took his seat July 0, 1842; subsequently elected. 

3 Resigned September 25, 1841 . 

4 Klected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of John Greig, 
and took his seat December 7, 1S41. 



5 Died February 23, 1842. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Lewis Williams, 
and took his seat April 27, 1842. 

7 Resigned March 22, 1842; subsequently elected to fill va- 
cancy caused by his own resignation, and took his seat Decem- 
ber 5, 1842. 



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PENNSYLVANIA. 



SENATORS. 



James Buchanan, Lancaster. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Charles Brown, Philadelphia. 
John Sergeant, 1 Philadelphia. 
Joseph R. Ingersoll, 2 Philadelphia. 
George W. Toland, Philadelphia. 
Charles J. Ingersoll, Philadelphia. 
Jeremiah Brown, Goshen. 
Francis James, West Chester. 
John Edwards, Ivy Mills. 
Joseph Fornance, Norristown. 
Robert Ramsey, Hartsville. 
John Westbrook, Dingmans Ferry. 
Peter Newhard, Allentown. 
George M. Keim, Reading. 
William Simonton, Hummelstown. 
James Gerry, Shrewsbury. 
James Cooper, Gettysburg. 
Amos Gustine, Mifflin town. 



Daniel Sturgeon, Uniontown. 



James Irvin, Milesburg. 

Benjamin A. Bidlack, Wilkes-Barre. 

John Snyder, Selinsgrove. 

Davis Dimock, jr., 3 Montrose. 

Almon H. Read, 4 Montrose. 

Albert G. Marchand, Greensburg. 

Enos Hook, 6 Waynesburg. 

Henry W. Beeson, 6 Uniontown. 

Joseph Lawrence, 7 Washington. 

Thomas M. T. McKennan, 8 Washington. 

William W. Irwin, Pittsburgh. 

William Jack, Brookville. 

Thomas Henry, Beaver. 

Arnold Plumer, Franklin. 

Charles Ogle, 9 Bedford. 

Henry Black, 10 Somerset. 

James M. Russell," Bedford. 



RHODE ISLAND. 



SENATORS. 



Nathan F. Dixon, 12 Westerly. 
William Sprague, 13 Natick. 



James F. Simmons, Providence. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 

Robert B. Cranston, Newport. Joseph L. Tillinghast, Providence. 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 



John C. Calhoun '* Fort Hill. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Samson H. Butler, 17 Barnwell. 
Samuel W. Trotti, 18 Barnwell. 
William Butler, Greenville. 
Patrick C. Caldwell, Newberry. 
John Campbell, Parnassus. 



TENNESSEE. 



William C. Preston, 15 Columbia. 
George McDuffie," 3 Edgefield. 



Isaac E. Holmes, Charleston. 
Francis W. Pickens, Edgefield. 
Robert Barnwell Rhett, Blue House. 
James Rogers, Maybinton. 
Thomas D. Sumter, Statesburg. 



SENATORS. 



Alfred O. P. Nicholson, Columbia. 



Spencer Jarnagin, Athens. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Thomas D. Arnold, Greenville. 
Abraham McClellan, Blountsville. 
Joseph L. Williams, Knoxville. 
Thomas J. Campbell, Athens. 
Hopkins L. Turney, Winchester. 
William B. Campbell, Carthage. 
Robert L. Carutners, Lebanon. 



Meredith P. Gentry, Harpeth. 
Harvey M. Watterson, Shelbyville. 
Aaron V. Brown, Pulaski. 
Cave Johnson, Clarksville. 
Milton Brown, Jackson. 
Christopher H. Williams, Lexington. 



i Resigned September IS, 1841. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of John Ser- 
geant, and took his seat December 9, 1841. 

3 Died January 13, 1S42. 

i Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Davis Dimock, 
jr., and took his seat March 18, 1842. 

5 Resigned April 18, 1841. 

8 Elected to nil vacancy caused by the resignation of Enos 
Hook, and took his seat May 31, 1841. 

' Died April 17, 1842. 

8 Elected to till vacancy caused by death of Joseph Law- 
rence, and took his seat May 30, 1842. 

9 Died May 10, 1841. 



io Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Charles Ogle, 
and took his seat June 28, 1841; died November 28, 1841. 

" Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Henry Black, 
and took his seat January 3, 1842. 

'" Died January 29, 1842. 

" Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Nathan F. 
Dixon, and took his seat February 18, 1842. 

» Resigned March 3, 1843. 

15 Resigned in December, 1842. 

is Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of William C. 
Preston, and took his seat January 3, 1843. 

17 Resigned in 1842. 

i 8 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Samson H. 
Butler, and took his seat December 17, 1842. 






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161 



Samuel S. Phelps, Middlebury. 



Hiland Hall, Bennington. 
William Slade, Middlebury. 
Horace Everett, Windsor. 



VERMONT. 

SENATORS. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 
VIRGINIA. 



SENATORS. 



William C. Rives, Lindseys Store. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Francis Mallory, Hampton. 
George B. Cary, Bethlehem. 
John W. Jones, Petersburg. 
William O. Goode, Boydton. 
Edmund W. Hubard, Curdsville. 
Walter Coles, Robertsons Store. 
William L. Goggin, Otter Bridge. 
Henry A. Wise, Accomac. 
Robert M. T. Hunter, Lloyds. 
John Taliaferro, Fredericksburg. 
John M. Botts, Richmond. 



Samuel Prentiss, 1 Montpelier. 

Samuel C. Crafts, 2 Craftsbury. 



Augustus Young, Johnson. 
John Mattocks, Peacham. 



William S. Archer, Elk Hill. 



Thomas W. Gilmer, Charlottesville. 
Linn Banks, 3 Madison. 
William Smith, 4 Culpeper. 
Cuthbert Powell, Upperville. 
Richard W. Barton, Winchester. 
William A. Harris, Luray. 
Alexander H. H. Stuart, Staunton. 
George W. Hopkins, Lebanon. 
George W. Summers, Kanawha. 
Samuel L. Hays, Stuards Creek. 
Lewis Steenrod, Wheeling. 



TERRITORY OF FLORIDA. 

DELEGATE. 

David Levy, St. Augustine. 
TERRITORY OF IOWA. 

DELEGATE. 

Augustus C. Dodge, Burlington. 
TERRITORY OF WISCONSIN. 

DELEGATE. 

Henry Dodge, Dodgeville. 



1 Resigned April 11, 1842. 
- 2 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Samuel 
Prentiss, and took hisseat April 30, 1842; subsequently elected. 
3 Served until December 6, 1841; succeeded by William 
Smith, who contested his election. 

50346°— S. Doc. 654, 61-2 11 



* Successfully contested the election of Linn Banks, and 
took his seat December G, 1841. 



TWENTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS. 



MARCH 4, 1843, TO MARCH 3, 1845. 



FIRST SESSION— December 4, 1843, to June 17, 1844. SECOND SESSION— December 2, 

1844, to March 3, 1845. 



VICE PRESIDENT. 1 . PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE PRO TEMPORE— Willie P. Man- 

gnm, of North Carolina. SECRETARY OF THE SENATE— Asbury Dickens, of North Carolina. 

SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE— John W. Jones, of Virginia. SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE 
PRO TEMPORE— George W. Hopkins,- of Virginia. CLERKS OF THE HOUSE— Matthew St. 
Clair Clarke, of Pennsylvania; Caleb J. McNulty, :i of Ohio; Benjamin B. French, 4 of New Hampshire. 



ALABAMA. 



SENATORS. 



William R. King, 5 Selma. 
Dixon H. Lewis, 6 Lowndesboro. 



REPRESENTATIVES . 



James Dellet, Claiborne. 
James E. Belser, Montgomery. 
Dixon H. Lewis, 7 Lowndesboro. 
William L. Yancey, 8 Wetumpka. 



ARKANSAS. 



William S. Fulton, 9 Little Rock. 
Chester Ashley, 10 Little Rock. 



SENATORS. 



Arthur P. Bagby, Tuscaloosa. 



William W. Payne, Gainesville. 
George S. Houston, Athens. 
Reuben Chapman, Somerville. 
Felix G. McConnell, Talladega. 



Ambrose H. Sevier, Lake Port. 



REPRESENTATIVE . 

Edward Cross, Washington. 
CONNECTICUT. 

SENATORS. 

Jabez W. Huntington, Norwich. John M. Niles, Hartford. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 



Thomas H. Seymour, Hartford. 
John Stewart, Middle Haddam. 



George S. Catlin, Windham. 
Samuel Simons, Bridgeport. 



DELAWARE. 



SENATORS. 

Richard H. Bayard, Wilmington. Thomas Clayton, New Castle. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

George B. Rodney, New Castle. 



i Jonn Tyler became President on the death of William 
Henry Harrison in preceding Congress. 

* Elected February 28, 1845. i 
3 Elected December 6, 1842. 

« Elected January 18, 1845. 

* Resigned April 15, 1844, to become Minister to France. 

e Appointed to fill vacancy caused by resignation of William 
R. King, and took his seat May 7, 1844; subsequently elected. 

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7 Resigned April 22, 1844, having been appointed Senator. 

8 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Dixon H. 
L^vis, and took his seat December 2, 1844. 

» Died August 15, 1844. 

10 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of William S. Ful- 
ton, and took his seat December 4, 1844. 



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163 



GEORGIA. 

SENATORS. 

J. Macpherson Berrien, Savannah. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Edward J. Black, Jacksonboro. 
Absalom H. Chappell, Macon. 
Howell Cobb, Athena. 
Hugh A. Haralson, Lagrange. 
William H. Stiles, Cassville. 

ILLINOIS. 

SENATORS. 

Samuel McRoberts, 5 Danville. 
James Semple, Alton. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Robert Smith, Upper Alton. 
John A. McClernand, Shawneetown. 
Orlando B. Ficklin, Charleston. 
John Wentworth, Chicago. 



Walter T. Colquitt, Columbus. 



John H. Lumpkin, Rome. 
John Millen, 1 Savannah. 
Duncan L. Clinch, 2 St. Marys. 
Mark A. Cooper, 3 Columbus. 
Alexander H. Stephens, 4 Crawford ville. 



Sidney Breese, Carlyle. 



Stephen A. Douglas, Quincy. 
Joseph P. Hoge, Galena. 
John J. Hardin, Jacksonville. 



Albert S. White, La Fayette. 



INDIANA. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



Robert D. Owen, New Harmony. 
Thomas J. Henley, New Washington. 
Thomas Smith, Versailles. 
Caleb B. Smith, Connersville. 
William J. Brown, Indianapolis. 



James T. Morehead, Covington. 



KENTUCKY. 

SENATORS. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 



Linn Boyd, Belleview. 
Willis Green, Green. 
Henry Grider, Bowling Green. 
George A. Caldwell, Columbia. 
James W. Stone, Taylorsville. 

LOUISIANA. 

SENATORS. 

Alexander Barrow, Baton Rouge. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

John Slidell, New Orleans. 
Alcee Labranche, New Orleans. 
John B. Dawson, St. Francisville. 



Edward A. Hannegan, Covington. 

John W. Davis, Carlisle. 
Joseph A. Wright, Rockville. 
John Pettit, La Fayette. 
Samuel C. Sample, South Bend. 
Andrew Kennedy, Muncietown. 



John J. Crittenden, Frankfort. 

John White, Richmond. 

William P. Thomassoii, Louisville. 

Garrett Davis, Paris. 

Richard French, Mount Sterling. 

John W. Tibbatts, Newport. 



Henry Johnson," New River. 

Peter E. Bossier, 8 Natchitoches. 
Isaac E. Morse, 9 St. Martinsville. 



MAINE. 



Reuel William 
John Fairfield, 



>,'" Augusta. 
Saco. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Joshua Herrick, Kennebunkport. 
Robert P. Dunlap, Brunswick. 
Luther Severance, Augusta. 
Freeman H. Morse, Bath. 



George Evans, Gardiner. 



Benjamin White,' 2 Montville. 
Hannibal Hamlin, 13 Hampden. 
Shepard Cary, 13 Houlton. 



i Died October 15, 1843. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of John Millen, and 
took his seat February 15, 1844. 

3 Resigned in 1843. 

< Elected to fill vacancy caused by the resignation of Mark 
A. Cooper, and took his seat December 4, 1843. 

5 Died March 27, 1843. 

6 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by death of Samuel 
McRoberts, and took his seat December 4, 1843; subsequently 
elected. 

1 Electedfor term beginning March 4, 1843, and took his seat 
March 4, 1844. Alexander Porter was elected for this term 
but his credentials were not presented, and he died January 



23, 1844; out of consideration of his prior service, 1833-1837, 
the Senate adopted resolutions and adjourned in respect to 
his memory February 2, 1S44; vacancy in this clas from 
March 4, 1843, to February 12, 1844. 

8 Died April 24, 1844. 

9 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Peter E. Bossier, 
and took his seat December 2, 1844. 

'» Resigned in 1843. 

11 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Reuel 
Williams, and took his seat December 4, 1843. 

12 Took his seat May 10, 1844. 

13 Took his seat December 2, 1844. 



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MARYLAND. 



SENATORS. 



William D. Merrick, Aliens Fresh. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John M. S. Causin, Leonardtown. 
Francis Brengle, Frederickto wn . 
John Wethered, Franklin. 



James A. Pearce, Chestertown. 



John P. Kennedy, Baltimore. _ 
Jacob A. Preston, Perrymansville. 
Thomas A. Spence, Snow Hill. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 

SENATORS. 



Isaac C. Bates, Northampton 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Robert C. Winthrop, Boston. 
Daniel P. King, South Danvers. 
Amos Abbott, ' Andover. 
William Parmenter, East Cambridge. 
Charles Hudson, Westminster. 
Osmyn Baker, 2 Amherst. 

MICHIGAN. 

SENATORS. 



Augustus S. Porter, Detroit. 

Robert McClelland, Monroe. 
James B. Hunt, Pontiac. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 

MISSISSIPPI. 

SENATORS. 



Robert J. Walker, Madisonville. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William H. Hammett, Princeton. 
Robert W. Roberts, Hillsboro 



MISSOURI. 

SENATORS. 



Thomas H. Benton, St. Louis. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Gustavus M. Bower, Paris. 
James B. Bowlin, St. Louis. 
James M. Hughes, Liberty. 



Rufus Choate, Boston. 



Barker Burnell, 3 Nantucket. 
Julius Rockwell, 4 Pittsfield. 
John Quincy Adams, Quincy. 
Henry Williams, Taunton. 
Joseph Grinnell, New Bedford. 



William Woodbridge, Detroit. 
Lucius Lyon, Grand Rapids. 

John Henderson, Pass Christian. 



Jacob Thompson, Oxford. 
Tilghman M. Tucker, 4 Columbus. 



Lewis F. Linn, 5 St. Genevieve. 
David R. Atchison, 6 Platte City. 

John Jameson, Fulton. 
James H. Relfe, Caledonia. 



NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

SENATORS. 



Levi Woodbury, Portsmouth. 



Edmund Burke, Newport. 
John P. Hale, Dover. 



Jacob W. Miller, Morristown. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 

NEW JERSEY. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



Lucius Q. C. Elmer, Bridge ton. 
George Sykes, Mount Holly. 
Isaac G. Farlee, Flemington. 



Charles G. Atherton, Nashua. 



Moses Norris, jr., Pittsfield. 
John R. Reding, Haverhill. 



William L. Dayton, Trenton. 



Littleton Kirkpatrick, New Brunswick. 
William Wright, Newark. 



i Took his seat February 15, 1844. 
2 Took his seat January 22, 1844. 
a Died June 15, 1843. 
• Took his seat February 2, 1844. 



s Died October 3, 1843. 

6 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by death of Lewis F. Linn, 
and took his seat December 4, 1843; subsequently elected. 



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NEW YORK. 



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SENATORS. 



Silas Wright, jr.,' Canton. 
Henry A. Foster, 2 Rome. 
John A. Dix, 1 Albany. 



Nathaniel P. Tallmadge, 4 Poughkeepsie. 
Daniel S. Dickinson, 5 Binghamton. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Selah B. Strong, Setauket. 
Henry C. Murphy, Brooklyn. 
J. Phillips Phoenix, New York. 
William B. Maclay, New York. 
Moses G. Leonard, New York. 
Hamilton Fish, New York. 
Joseph H. Anderson, White Plains. 
Richard D. Davis, Poughkeepsie. 
James G. Clinton, Newburg. 
Jeremiah Russell, Saugerties. 
Zadock Pratt, Prattsville. 
David L. Seymour, Troy. 
Daniel D. Barnard, Albany. 
Charles Rogers, Sandy Hill. 
Lemuel Stetson, Keeseville. 
Chesselden Ellis, Waterford. 
Charles S. Benton, Mohawk. 
Preston King, Ogdensburg. 



Orville Hungerford, Watertown. 
Samuel Beardsley, 6 Utica. 
Levi D. Carpenter, 7 Waterville. 
Jermiah E. Cary, Cherry Valley. 
Smith M. Purdy, Norwich. 
Orville Robinson, Mexico. 
Horace Wheaton, Pompey. 
George Rathbun, Auburn. 
Amasa Dana, Ithaca. 
Byram Green, Sodus. 
Thomas J. Patterson, Rochester. 
Charles H. Carroll, Groveland Center. 
William S. Hubbell, Bath. 
Asher Tyler, Ellicottsville. 
William A. Moseley, Buffalo. 
Albert Smith, Batavia. 
Washington Hunt, Lockport. 



NORTH CAROLINA. 



SENATORS. 



Willie P. Mangum, Red Mountain. 



William H. Haywood, Raleigh. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Thomas L. Clingman, Asheville. 
Daniel M. Barringer, Concord. 
David S. Reid, Reidsville. 
Edmund Deberry, Lawrenceville. 
Romulus M. Saunders, Raleigh. 



James J. McKay, Elizabeth town. 
John R. J. Daniel, Halifax. 
Archibald H. Arrington, Hilliardston. 
Kenneth Rayner, Winton. 



OHIO. 



William Allen, Chillicothe. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Alexander Duncan, Cincinnati. 
John B. Weller, Hamilton. 
Robert C. Schenck, Dayton. 
Joseph Vance, Urbana. 
Emery D. Potter, Toledo. 
Henry St. John, Tiffin. 
Joseph J. McDowell, Hillsboro. 
John J. Vanmeter, Piketon. 
Elias Florence, Circlesville. 
Heman Allen Moore, s Columbus. 
Alfred P. Stone, 9 Columbus. 
Jacob Brinkerhoff, Mansfield. 



Benjamin Tappan, Steubenville. 



Samuel F. Vinton, Gallipolis. 
Perley B. Johnson, McConnellsville. 
Alexander Harper, Zanesville. 
Joseph Morris, Woodsfield. 
James Mathews, Coshocton. 
William C. McCauslen, Steubenville. 
Ezra Dean, Wooster. 
Daniel R. Tilden, Ravenna. 
Joshua R. Giddings, Jefferson. 
Henrv R. Brinkerhoff, 10 Plymouth. 
Edward S. Hamlin, 11 Elyria. 



1 Resigned December 1, 1844. 

2 Appointed to to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Silas 
Wright, jr., and took his seat December 9, 1844. 

3 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Silas Wright , 
jr. , and took his seat January 27, 1845. 

• Resigned June 17, 1844, having been appointed governor of 
Wisconsin Territory. 

5 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Nathaniel 
P. Tallmadge, and took his seat December 9, 1S44; subsequently 
elected. 



e Resigned March C>, 1844. 

' Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Samuel 
Beardsley, and took his seat December 2, 1844. 

» Died April 3, 1844. 

" Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Heman Allen 
Moore, and took his seat December 2, 1844. 

i» Died April 30, 1844. 

11 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Henry R. Brink- 
erhoff, and took his seat 'December 2, 1844. 



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PENNSYLVANIA. 



James Buchanan, Lancaster. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Edward Joy Morris, Philadelphia. 
Joseph R. Ingersoll, Philadelphia. 
John T. Smith, Philadelphia. 
Charles J. Ingersoll, Philadelphia. 
Jacob S. Yost, Pottstown. 
Michael H. Jenks, Newtown. 
A. R. Mcllvaine, Brandywine. 
Jeremiah Brown, Goshen. 
John Ritter, Reading. 
Richard Brodhead, Easton. 
Benjamin A. Bidlack, Wilkes-Barre. 
Almon H. Read, 1 Montrose. 
George Fuller, 2 Montrose. 
Henry Prick, 3 Milton. 



Daniel Sturgeon, Uniontown. 



James Pollock, 4 Milton. 
Alexander Ramsey, Harrisburg. 
Henry Nes, York. 
James Black, Newport. 
James Irvin, Milesburg. 
Andrew Stewart, Uniontown. 
Henry D. Foster, Greensburg. 
John Dickey, Beaver. 
William Wilkins, 5 Pittsburgh. 
Cornelius Darragh, Pittsburgh. 
Samuel Hays, Franklin. 
Charles M. Reed, Erie. 
Joseph Bufhngton, Kittanning. 



RHODE ISLAND. 



SENATORS. 



James F-. Simmons, Providence. 



William Sprague, 7 Natick. 
John B. Francis, 8 Providence. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 

Henry Y. Cranston, Newport. Elisha R. Potter, Kingston. 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 



George McDuffie, Edgefield. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



James A. Black, Cherokee Iron Works. 
Richard F. Simpson, Pendletonville. 
Joseph A. Woodward, Winnsboro. 
John Campbell, Parnassus. 



Spencer Jarnagin, Athens. 



TENNESSEE. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Andrew Johnson, Greenville. 
William T. Senter, Panther Springs. 
Julius W. Blackwell, Athens. 
Alvan Cullom, Livingston. 
George W, Jones, Fayetteville. 
Aaron V. Brown, Pulaski. 



Daniel E. Huger, 9 Charleston. 



Armistead Burt. Abbeville. 
Isaac E. Holmes, Charleston. 
R. Barnwell Rhett, Blue House. 



Ephraim H. Foster, Nashville. 



David W. Dickinson, Murfreesboro. 
Joseph H. Peyton, Gallatin. 
Cave Johnson, Clarksville. 
John B. Ashe, Brownsville. 
Milton Brown, Jackson. 



VERMONT. 



SENATORS. 

Samuel S. Phelps, Middlebury. William Upham, Montpelier. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 



Solomon Foot, Rutland. 
Jacob Collamer, Woodstock. 



George P. Marsh, Burlington. 
Paul Dillingham, jr., Waterbury. 



• Died June 3, 1844. 

8 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Almon H. Read, 
and took his seat December 2, 1844. 
^ Died March 1, 1844. 

• Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Henry Frick, and 
took his seat April 23, 1844. 

• Resigned February 14, 1844, having been appointed Secre- 
tary of War. 



« Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of William 
Wilkins, and took his seat March 26, 1844. 

7 Resigned January 17, 1844. 

« Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of William 
Sprague, and took his seat February 7, 1844. 

9 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of John C. Cal- 
houn, in preceding Congres, and took his seat December 7,1843; 
resigned March 3, 1845, in order that Mr. Calhoun might return 
to the Senate. 



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VIRGINIA. 

SENATORS. 

William C. Rives, Bentivoglio. William S. Archer, Elk Hill. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Archibald Atkinson, Smithfield. Willoughby Newton, Hague. 

George C. Dromgoole, Summit. Samuel Chilton. Warrenton. 

Walter Coles, Robertsons Store. William Lucas, Charlestown. 

Edmund W. Hubard, Curdsville. William Taylor, Lexington. 

Thomas W. Gilmer, 1 Charlottesville. Augustus A. Chapman, Union. 

William L. Goggin, 2 Otter Bridge. George W. Hopkins, Abingdon. 

John W. Jones, 3 Petersburg. George W. Summers, Kanawha. 

Henry A. Wise, 4 Accomac. Lewis Steenrod, Wheeling. 
Thomas H. Bayly, 5 Accomac. 

TERRITORY OF FLORIDA. 6 

DELEGATE. 

David Levy, St. Augustine. 
TERRITORY OF IOWA. 

DELEGATE. 

Augustus C. Dodge. Burlington. 
TERRITORY OF WISCONSIN. 

DELEGATE. 

Henry Dodge, Dodgeville. 

1 Election unsuccessfully contested by William L. Goggin; ' Election unsuccessfully contested by John M. Botts. 
resigned February 18, 1844. * Resigned February 15, 1844. 

2 Unsuccessfully contested the election of Thomas W. Gil- 5 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Henry A. 
mer; subsequently elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation Wise, and took his seat Mav 6, 1844. 

of Mr. Gilmer, and took his seat May 10, 1844. 6 Raised to statehood by Act of March 3, 1845. 



TWENTY-NINTH CONGRESS. 



MARCH 4, 1845, TO MARCH 3, 1847. 



FIRST SESSION— December 1, 1845, to August 10, 1846. SECOND SESSION— December 
7, 1846, to March 3, 1847. SPECIAL SESSION OF THE SENATE— March 4, 1845, to 
March 20, 1845. 



VICE PRESIDENT— George M. Dallas, of Pennsylvania. PRESIDENTS OF THE 
SENATE PRO TEMPORE— Ambrose H. Sevier, 1 of Arkansas; David K. Atchison, 2 of Missouri. 
SECRETARY OF THE SENATE— Asbury Dickens, of North Carolina. 

SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE— John W. Davis, of Indiana. CLERK OF THE HOUSE— 
Benjamin B. French, of New Hampshire. 



Arthur P. Bagby, Tuscaloosa. 



ALABAMA. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Reuben Chapman, Somerville. 
Edmund S. Dargan, Mobile. 
Henry W. Hilliard, Montgomery. 
George S. Houston, Athens. 



Dixon H. Lewis, Lowndesboro. 



Felix G. McConnell, 3 Talladega. 
Franklin W. Bowdon," 1 Talladega. 
William W. Payne, Gainesville. 
William L. Yancey, 5 Wetumpka. 
James L. F. Cottrell, 6 Hayneville. 



ARKANSAS. 



Ambrose H. Sevier, Lake Port. 



SENATORS. 



Chester Ashley, Little Rock. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 

Archibald Yell, 7 Fayetteville. Thomas W. Newton, s Little Rock. 

CONNECTICUT. 



SENATORS. 



Jabez W. Huntington, Norwich. 



John M. Niles, Hartford. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 

James Dixon, Hartford. John A. Rockwell, Norwich. 

Samuel D. Hubbard, Middletown. Truman Smith, Litchfield. 

DELAWARE. 

SENATORS. 

Thomas Clayton, New Castle. John M. Clayton, New Castle. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

John W. Houston, Georgetown. 






1 Served as President pro tempore one day, Saturday, De- 
cember 27, 1845, under designation bv the Vice President. 

2 Elected August 8, 1846; January 11, 1847; March 3, 1847. 

3 Died September 10, 1846. 

4 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Felix G. McCon- 
nell, and took his seat December 7. 184G 

6 Resigned September 1, 1846. 

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6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of William L. 
Yancey, and took his seat December 7, 1846. 

7 Resigned July 1, 1846, having been appointed colonel in the 
Army in Mexico. 

8 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Archibald 
Yell, and took his seat February 6, 1847. 



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169 



SENATORS. 

David Levy (Yulee), 2 St. Augustine. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Edward C. Cabell, 4 Tallahassee. 

GEORGIA. 

SENATORS. 

J. Macpherson Berrien, 6 Savannah. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Howell Cobb, Athens. 
Hugh A. Haralson, Lagrange. 
Seaborn Jones, Columbus. 
Thomas Butler King, Frederica. 
John H. Lumpkin, Rome. 

ILLINOIS. 



Sidney Breese, Carlyle. 



SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



Edward D. Baker, 9 Springfield. 
John Henry, 10 Springfield. 
Stephen A. Douglas, Quincy. 
Orlando B. Ficklin, Charleston. 



INDIANA. 

SENATORS. 



Edward A. Hannegan, Covington. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Charles W. Cathcart, Laporte. 
John W. Davis, Carlisle. 
Thomas J. Henley, New Washington. 
Andrew Kennedy, Muncietown. 
Edward W. McGaughey, Greeneastle. 



James D. Westcott, jr., 3 Tallahassee. 
William H. Brockenbrough, 'Tallahassee. 

Walter T. Colquitt, Columbus. 



Washington Poe, 7 Talbotton. 
George W. Towns, 8 Talbotton. 
Alexander H. Stephens, Crawfordville. 
Robert Toombs, Washington. 



James Semple, Alton. 



Joseph P. Hoge, Galena. 
John A. McClernand, Shawneetown. 
Robert Smith, LTpper Alton. 
John Wentworth, Chicago. 



Jesse D. Bright, Madison. 



Robert D. Owen, New Harmony. 
John Pet tit, l.a Fayette. 
Caleb B. Smith, Connersville. 
Thomas Smith, Versailles. 
William W. Wick, Indianapolis. 



IOWA." 

SENATORS. 

Vacant.' 2 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

S. Clinton Hastings, 13 Bloomington. 



Vacant. 



Shepherd Leffler, 13 Burlington. 



KENTUCKY. 



SENATORS. 



James T. Morehead, Covington. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Joshua F. Bell, Danville. 
Linn Boyd, Cadiz. 
Garrett Davis, Paris. 
Henry Grider, Bowling Green. 
John P. Martin, Prestonburg. 



John J. Crittenden, Frankfort. 



John H. McHenry, Hartford. 
William P. Thomasson, Louisville. 
John W. Tibbatts, Newport. 
Andrew Trumbo, Owingsville. 
Bryan R. Young, Elizabethtown. 



' Admitted as a State into the Union March 3, 1845. 

2 Took his seat December 1, 1845; term to expire, as deter- 
mined by lot, March 3. 1861. On January 12, 1846, the Senate 
ordered the surname of Yulee to be added to the name of the 

•Senator ( David Levy Yulee), in conformity with an act of the 
Legislature of Florida. 

3 Took his seat December 1, 1845; term to expire, as deter- 
mined by lot, March 3. 1849. 

* Served until January 24, 1846; succeeded by William H. 
Brockenbrough, who contested his election. 

• Successfully contested the election of Edward C. Cabell, and 
took his seat January 24, 1846. 

« Resigned during the summer of 1S45, to accept a judicial 
appointment in Georgia; was reelected to fill vacancy caused 



by his resignation, and took his seat December 8. 1845, thus 
making his second service in the Senate practically continuous. 

1 Resigned in 1845, having never taken his seat. 

8 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Washington 
Poe, who did not qualify, and took his seat January 27, 1846. 

8 Resigned December 24, 1846, "to take effect January 15, 
1847, or sooner if successor is elected." 

10 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Edward D. 
Baker, and took his seat February 5, 1847. 

u Admitted as a State into the Union December 28, 1846. 

12 The Senators did not take their seats in this Congress. 

13 Took his seat December 29, 1846. 



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CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY. 



LOUISIANA. 

SENATORS. 



Alexander Barrow, 1 Baton Rouge. 
Pierre Soule\ 2 New Orleans. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John H. Harmanson, Simmsport. 
Isaac E. Morse, St. Martinsville. 
John Slidell, 3 New Orleans. 



Henry Johnson, New River. 



Emile La Sere, 4 New Orleans. 
Bannon G. Thibodeaux, Thibodeaux- 
ville. 



MAINE. 



George Evans, Gardiner. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Robert P. Dunlap, Brunswick. 
Hannibal Hamlin, Hampden. 
John D. McCrate, Wiscasset. 
Cullen Sawtelle, Norridgewock. 



John Fairfield, Saco. 



John F. Scammon, Saco. 
Luther Severance, Augusta. 
Hezekiah Williams, Castine. 



MARYLAND. 

SENATORS. 



James A. Pierce, Chestertown. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John G. Chapman, Port Tobacco. 
Albert Constable, Perryville. 
William F. Giles, Baltimore. 



Reverdy Johnson, Baltimore. 



Thomas W. Ligon, Ellicotts Mills. 
Edward H. Long, Princess Anne. 
Thomas Perry, Cumberland. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 



Isaac C. Bates, 5 Northampton. 
John Davis, 6 Worcester. 

Amos Abbott, Andover. 
John Quincy Adams, Quincy. 
George Ashmun, Springfield. 
Joseph Grinnell, New Bedford. 
Artemas Hale, Bridgewater. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



MICHIGAN. 



SENATORS. 



Daniel Webster, Boston. 



Charles Hudson, Westminster. 
Daniel P. King, South Danvers. 
Julius Rockwell, Pittsfield. 
Benjamin Thompson, Charlestown. 
Robert C. Winthrop, Boston. 



William Woodbridge, Detroit. Lewis Cass, Detroit. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Robert McClelland, Monroe. 



John S. Chipman, Centerville. 
James B. Hunt, Pontiac. 



MISSISSIPPI. 



SENATORS. 



Robert J. Walker," Madisonville. 
Joseph W. Chalmers, 8 Holly Springs. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Stephen Adams, Aberdeen. 
Jefferson Davis, 9 Warrenton. 
Henry T. Ellett. 10 



Jesse Speight, Plymouth. 



Robert W. Roberts, Hillsboro. 
Jacob Thompson, Oxford. 



i Died December 29, 1846. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Alexander Bar- 
row, and took his seat February 3, 1847. 

3 Resigned November 10, 1845. 

* Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of John 
Slidell, and took his seat January 29, 1840. 

6 Died March 16, 1845. 

« Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Isaac C. Bates, 
and took his seat December 1, 1S45. 



7 Resigned March 5, 1845, having been appointed Secretary 
of the Treasury. 

8 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Robert 
J. Walker, and took his seat December 1, 1845; subsequently 
elected. 

Resigned in June, 1846, to participate in the war with 
Mexico. 

10 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Jefferson 
Davis, and took his seat January 20, 1847. 



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MISSOURI. 



171 



Thomas H. Benton, St. Louis 

James B. Bowlin, St. Louis. 
John S. Phelps, Springfield. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



David R. Atchison, Platte City. 

Sterling Price, 1 Keytersville. 
William McDaniel, 2 Palmyra. 
James H. Relfe, Caledonia. 
Leonard H. Sims, Springfield. 



NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

SENATORS. 



Levi Woodbury, 5 Portsmouth. 
Benning W. Jenness, 4 Strafford. 
Joseph Cilley, 5 Nottingham. 

James H. Johnson, Bath. 
Mace Moulton, Manchester. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



NEW JERSEY. 



Charles G. Atherton, Nashua. 



Moses Norris, jr.. Pittsfield. 



SENATORS. 

Jacob W. Miller, Morristown. William L. Dayton, Trenton. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Joseph E. Edsall, Hamburg. George Sykes, Mount Holly. 

James G. Hampton, Bridgeton. 
John Runk, 6 Kingwood. 

NEW YORK. 



William Wright, Newark. 



SENATORS. 



Daniel S. Dickinson, Binghamton. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Joseph H. Anderson, White Plains. 
Charles S. Benton, Mohawk. 
William W. Campbell, New York. 
Charles H. Carroll, Groveland Center. 
John F. Collin, Hillsdale. 
Erastus D. Culver, Greenwich. 
Samuel S. Ellsworth, Penn Yan. 
Charles Goodyear, Schoharie. 
Samuel Gordon, Delhi. 
Martin Grover, Angelica. 
Richard P. Herrick, 7 Greenbush. 
Thomas C. Ripley, 8 Schaghticoke. 
Elias B. Holmes, Brockport. 
William J. Hough, Cazenovia. 
Orville Hungerford, Watertown. 
Washington Hunt, Lockport. 
Timothy Jenkins, Oneida Castle. 
Preston King, Ogdensburg. 



John A. Dix, Albanv. 



John W. Lawrence. Flushing. 
Abner Lewis, Panama. 
William B. Maclay, New York. 
William S. Miller, New York. 
William A. Moseley, Buffalo. 
John De Mott. Lodi. 
Archibald C. Niven, Monticello. 
George Rathbun, Auburn. 
Joseph Russell, Warrensburg. 
Henry J. Seaman, Richmond. 
Albert Smith, Batavia. 
Stephen Strong, Owego. 
Horace Wheaton, Pompey. 
Hugh White. Cohoes. 
Bradford R. Wood, Albany. 
Thomas M. Woodruff, New York. 
William W. Woodworth, Hyde Park. 



NORTH CAROLINA. 



SENATORS. 



Willie P. Mangum, Red Mountain. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Daniel M. Barringer, Concord. 
Asa Biggs, Williamston. 
Henry S. Clark, Washington. 
John R. J. Daniel, Halifax. 
James C. Dobbin, Fayetteville. 



William H. Haywood, 9 Raleigh. 
George E. Badger, 10 Raleigh. 

Alfred Dockery, Dockerys Store. 
James Graham, Rutherfordton. 
James J. McKav. Elizabeth town. 
David S. Reid,"Reidsville. 



i Resigned August 12. 1846, to command a cavalry regiment 
In the war with Mexico. 

* Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Sterling 
Price, and took his seat December 7, 1846. 

3 Resigned November 20, 1845, having been appointed to the 
Supreme Court of the United States. 

1 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Levi 
Woodbury, and toot his seat December 1, 1845. 

Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Levi 
Woodbury, and took his seat June 22, 1846. 



« Election unsuccessfully contested by Isaac G. Farlee. 

' Died June 20, 1846. 

8 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Richard P. Her- 
rick, and took his seat December 7, 1846. 

» Resigned July 25. 1846. 

10 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of William If. 
Haywood , and took his seat December 14, 1846. 



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CONGRESSIONAL DIBECTOEY. 
OHIO. 



William Allen, Chillicothe. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Jacob Brinkerhoff, Mansfield. 
John D. Cummins, New Philadelphia. 
Francis A. Cunningham, Eaton. 
Columbus Delano, Mount Vernon. 
James J. Faran, Cincinnati. 
George Fries, Hanoverton. 
Joshua R. Giddings, Jefferson. 
Alexander Harper, Zanesville. . 
Joseph J. McDowell, Hillsboro. 
Joseph Morris, Woodsfield. 
Isaac Parrish, Parrishs Mills. 



Thomas Corwin, Lebanon. 



Augustus L. Perrill, Lithopolis. 
Joseph M. Root, Norwalk. 
William Sawyer, St. Marys. 
Robert C. Schenck, Dayton. 
Henry St. John, McCutchenville. 
David A. Starkweather, Canton. 
Allen G. Thurman, Chillicothe. 
Daniel R. Tilden, Ravenna. 
Joseph Vance, Urbana. 
Samuel F. Vinton, Gallipolis. 



PENNSYLVANIA. 



SENATORS. 

James Buchanan, 1 Lancaster. 
Simon Cameron, 2 Middletown. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

James Black, Newport. 
John Blanchard, Bellefonte. 
Richard Brodhead, jr., Easton. 
Joseph Buffington, Kittannmg. 
John H. Campbell, Philadelphia. 
Cornelius Darragh, Pittsburgh. 
Jacob Erdman, Coopersburg. 
John H. Ewing, Washington. 
Henry D. Foster, Greensburg. 
William S. Garvin, Mercer. 
Charles J. Ingersoll, Philadelphia. 
Joseph R. Ingersoll, Philadelphia. 



Daniel Sturgeon, Lniontown. 



Owen D. Leib, Catawissa. 
Lewis C. Levin, Philadelphia. 
Moses McLean, Gettysburg. 
Abraham R. Mcllvaine, Brandywine. 
James Pollock, Milton. 
Alexander Ramsey, Harrisburg. 
John Ritter, Reading. 
Andrew Stewart, Uniontown. 
John Strohm, New Providence. 
James Thompson, Erie. 
David Wilmot, Towanda. 
Jacob S. Yost, Pottstown. 



RHODE ISLAND. 

SENATORS. 

James F. Simmons, Providence. Albert C. Greene, Providence. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Lemuel H. Arnold, Wakefield. Henry Y. Cranston, Newport. 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 



George McDuffie, 3 Cherry Hill. 
Andrew P. Butler, 4 Edgefield. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



James A. Black, Cherokee Iron Works. 
Armistead Burt, Wilmington. 
Isaac E. Holmes, Charleston. 
R. Barnwell Rhett, Ashepoo. 



John C. Calhoun, 5 Pendleton. 



Richard F. Simpson, Pendleton. 
Alexander D. Sims, Darlington. 
Joseph A. Woodward, Winnsboro. 



TENNESSEE. 



Spencer Jarnagin, Athens. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Lucien B. Chase, Clarkesville. 
William M. Cocke, Rutledge. 
John H. Crozier, Knoxville. 
Alvan Cullom, Livingston. 
Joseph H. Peyton, 6 Gallatin. 
Edwin H. Ewing, 7 Nashville. 



Hopkins L. Turney, Winchester. 



Milton Brown, Jackson. 
Meredith P. Gentry, Franklin. 
Andrew Johnson, Greenville. 
George W. Jones, Fayetteville. 
Barclay Martin, Columbia. 
Frederick P. Stanton, Memphis. 



1 Resigned March 5, 1845. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of James 
Buchanan, and took his seat March 17, 1845. 

3 Resigned August 17, 1846. 

* Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of George 
McDuffie, and took his seat December 21, 1846; vacancy in this 
class from January 17, 1846, to December 4, 1846. 



5 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Daniel E. 
Huger, in preceding Congress, and took his seat December 22, 
1845: vacancy in this class from March 4, 1845, to November 
26, 1845. 

6 Died November 12. 1845. 

' Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Joseph H. 
Peyton, and took his seat January 2, 1846. 



TWENTY-NINTH CONGRESS. 



173 



TEXAS. 1 

SENATORS. 

Sam Houston, 2 Raven Hill. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

David S. Kaufman, 4 Lowes Ferry. 

VERMONT. 

SENATORS. 

Samuel S. Phelps, Middlebury. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Jacob Collamer, Woodstock. 
Paul Dillingham, jr., Waterbury. 



William S. Archer, Lodore. 



VIRGINIA. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



Archibald Atkinson, Smithfield. 
Thomas H. Bayly, Aecomac. 
Henry Bedinger, Charlestown. 
William G. Brown, Kingwood. 
Augustus A. Chapman, Union. 
George C. Dromgoole, Summit. 
George W. Hopkins, Abingdon. 
Edmund W. Hubard, Curdsville. 



Thomas J. Rusk, 3 Nacogdoches. 



Timothy Pillsbury, 5 Brazoria. 



William Upham, Montpelier. 



Solomon Foot, Rutland. 
George P. Marsh, Burlington. 



Isaac S. Pennybacker, 6 New Market. 
James M. Mason, 7 Winchester. 



Robert M. T. Hunter, Lloyds. 
Joseph Johnson, Bridgeport. 
Shelton F. Leake, Charlottesville. 
John S. Pendleton, Culpeper. 
James A. Seddon, Richmond. 
William Taylor, 8 Lexington. 
James McDowell, 9 Lexington. 
William M. Tredway, Danville. 



TERRITORY OF IOWA. 10 

DELEGATE. 

Augustus C. Dodge, 11 Burlington. 
TERRITORY OF WISCONSIN. 

DELEGATE. 

Morgan L. Martin, Green Bay. 



i Admitted as a State into the Union December 20, 1845. 

? Took his seat March 30, 1840; term to expire, as determined 
by lot, March 3, 1847. 

» Took his seat March 20, 1840; term to expire, as determined 
by lot, March 3. 1851. 

« Took his seat June 1, 1840. 

' Took his seat June 10, 1840. 

o Died January 12, 1847. 



' Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Isaac S. Penny- 
backer, and took his seat January 25, 1847. 

8 Died January 17, 1846. 

9 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of William Taylor, 
and took his seat March 0. 1840. 

10 Raised to statehood December 28, 1840. 

n Served until December 28, 1846, when the territory be- 
came the state of Iowa. 



THIRTIETH CONGRESS. 



MARCH 4, 1847, TO MARCH 3, 1849. 



FIRST SESSION— December 6, 1847, to August 14, 1848. SECOND SESSION— December 

4, 1848, to March 3, 1S49. 



VICE PRESIDENT— George M. Dallas, of Pennsylvania. PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE 
PRO TEMPORE— David R. Atkinson, 1 of Missouri. SECRETARY OF THE SENATE— Asbury 
Dickens, of North Carolina. 

SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE— Robert C. Winthrop, of Massachusetts. SPEAKER OF THE 
HOUSE PRO TEMPORE— Armisted Burt, of South Carolina. CLERKS OF THE HOUSE— 
Benjamin B. French, of New Hampshire; Thomas J. Campbell, 2 of Tennessee. 



Arthur P. Bagby, 3 Tuscaloosa. 
William R. King, 4 Selma. 



ALABAMA. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



John Gayle, Mobile. 
Henry W. Hilliard, Montgomery. 
Sampson W. Harris, Wetumpka. 
Samuel W. Inge, Livingston. 



Dixon H. Lewis, 5 Lowndesboro. 
Benjamin Fitzpatrick, 6 Wetumpka. 



George S. Houston, Athens. 
Williamson R. W. Cobb, Bellefont. 
Franklin W. Bowdon, Talladega. 



ARKANSAS. 

SENATORS. 



Ambrose H. Sevier,' Pine Bluff. 
Solon Borland, 8 Hot Springs. 



Chester Ashley, 9 Little Rock. 
William K. Sebastian, 10 Helena. 



REPRESENTATIVE . 

Robert W. Johnson, Little Rock. 
CONNECTICUT. 



SENATORS. 



Jabez W. Huntington, 11 Norwich. 
Roger S. Baldwin, 12 New Haven. 



John M. Niles, Hartford. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



James Dixon, Hartford. 

Samuel D. Hubbard, Middletown. 



John A. Rockwell, Norwich. 
Truman Smith, Litchfield. 






"Elected February 2, 1848; June 1. 1848; June 26, 1S48; July 
29, 1848; December 20, 1848; March 2, 1849. 

2 Elected December 7, 1847. 

3 Resigned June 16, 1S48. 

< Appointed to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Arthur 
P. Bagby, and took his seat July 13, 1848; subsequently elected. 

= Died October 25, 1848. 

G Appointed to fill vacancy caused by death of Dixon H. 
Lewis, and took his seat December 11, 1848. 

' Resigned March 15, 1848. 

174 



8 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Ambrose 
H. Sevier, and took his seat April 24, 184S; subsequently 
elected. 

9 Died April 29, 1848. 

10 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by death of Chester Ash- 
lev, and took his seat May 31, 1848; subsequently elected. 

11 Died November 1, 1847. 

12 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by death of Jabez W. 
Huntington, and took his seat December 7, 1847; subsequently 
elected. 



THIBTIETH CONGRESS. 
DELAWARE. 



175 



SENATORS. 



John M. Clayton, 1 New Castle. 
John Wales,- Wilmington. 



Presley Spruance, Smyrna. 



REPRESENTATIVE. 

John W. Houston, Georgetown. 
FLORIDA. 

SENATORS. 



David L. Yulee, St. Augustine. 



James D. Westcott, jr., Tallahassee. 



REPRESENTATIVE. 

Edward C. Cabell, Tallahassee. 
GEORGIA. 



SENATORS. 



J. Maepherson Berrien, Savannah. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Thomas Butler King, Frederica. 
Alfred Iverson, Columbus. 
John W. Jones, Griffin. 
Hugh A. Haralson, La Grange. 



Sidney Breese, Carlyle. 



ILLINOIS. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



Robert Smith, Alton. 
John A. McClernand, Shawneetown. 
Orlando B. Ficklin, Charleston. 
John Went worth, Chicago. 



INDIANA. 



SENATORS. 



Edward A. Hannegan, Covington. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Elisha Embree, Princeton. 
Thomas J. Henley, New Washington. 
John L. Robinson, Rushville. 
Caleb B. Smith, Connersville. 
William W. Wick, Indianapolis. 



Walter T. Colquitt, 3 Columbus. 
Herschell V. Johnson, 4 Milledgeville. 



John H. Lumpkin, Rome. 

Howell Cobb, Athens. 

Alexander H. Stephens, Crawford ville. 

Robert Toombs, Washington. 



Stephen A. Douglas, Quincy. 



William A. Richardson, Rushville. 
Thomas J. Turner, Freeport. 
Abraham Lincoln, Springfield. 



Jesse D. Bright, Madison. 



George G. Dunn, Bedford. 
Richard W. Thompson, Terre Haute. 
John Pettit, La Fayette. 
Charles W. Cathcart, Laporte. 
William Rockhill, Fort Wayne. 



IOWA. 



Augustus C. Dodge, 6 Burlington. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William Thompson, Mount Pleasant. 



George W. Jones, 7 Dubuque. 



Shepherd Leffler, Burlington. 



1 Resigned March 3, 1849, to become Secretary of State. 

5 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of John M. 
Clayton, and took his seat February 20, 1849. 

3 Resigned in February, 1848. 

< Appointed to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Walter 
T. Colquitt, and took his seat February 14, 1848. 



5 Admitted as a State in preceding Congress. 

» Took his seat December 26, 1848; term to expire, as deter- 
mined by lot. March 3, 1849. 

7 Took his seat December 26, 1848; term to expire, as deter- 
mined by lot, March 3, 1853. 



176 



CONGRESSIONAL DIBECTOEY. 






KENTUCKY. 



SENATORS. 



John J. Crittenden, 1 Frankfort. 
Thomas Metcalfe, 2 Forest Retreat. 



Joseph R. Underwood, Bowling Green. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Linn Boyd, Cadiz. 
Beverly L. Clarke, Franklin. 
Samuel 0. Peyton, Hartford. 
Aylett Buckner, Greensburg. 
John B. Thompson, Harrodsburg. 



Henry Johnson, New River. 



LOUISIANA. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Emile La Sere, New Orleans. 
Bannon G. Thibodeaux, Thibodeaux. 



John Fairfield, 3 Saco. 
Wyman B. S. Moor, 4 Bangor. 
Hannibal Hamlin, 5 Hampden. 



David Hammons, Lovell. 
Asa W. H. Clapp, Portland. 
Hiram Belcher, Farmington. 
Franklin Clark, Wiscasset. 



MAINE. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



MARYLAND. 



SENATORS. 



James A. Pearce, Chestertown. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John G. Chapman, Port Tobacco. 
J. Dixon Roman, Hagerstown. 
Thomas W. Ligon, Ellieotts Mills. 



Green Adams, Barbourville. 
Garnett Duncan, Louisville. 
Charles S. Morehead, Frankfort. 
Richard French, Mount Sterling. 
John P. Gaines, Walton. 



Solomon W. Downs, Monroe. 



John H. Harmanson, Simmsport. 
Isaac E. Morse, St. Martinsville. 



James W. Bradbury, Augusta. 



Ephraim K. Smart, Camden. 
James S. Wiley, Dover. 
Hezekiah Williams, Castine. 



Reverdy Johnson, Baltimore. 



Robert M. McLane, Baltimore. 

Alexander Evans, Elkton. 

John W. Crisfield, Princess Anne. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 



Daniel Webster, Boston. 

Robert C. Winthrop, Boston. 
Daniel P. King, South Danvers. 
Amos Abbott, Andover. 
John G. Palfrey, Cambridge. 
Charles Hudson, Westminster. 
George Ashmun, Springfield. 



Lewis Cass, s Detroit. 

Thomas Fitzgerald, 9 St. Joseph. 

Robert McClelland, Monroe. 
Edward Bradley. 10 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



MICHIGAN. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John Davis, Worcester. 

Julius Rockwell, Pittsfield. 
John Quincy Adams, 6 Quincy. 
Horace Mann," West Newton. 
Artemas Hale, Bridgewater. 
Joseph Grinnell, New Bedford. 



Alpheus Felch, Ann Harbor. 



Charles E. Stuart, 11 ICalamazoo. 
Kinsley S. Bingham, Kensington. 






i Resigned June 12, 1848. 

- Appointed to fill vacancy caused by resignation of John J. 
Crittenden, and took his seat July 3, 1848; subsequently elected. 

3 Died December 24, 1847. 

* Appointed to fill vacancy caused by death of John Fairfield, 
and took his seat January 17, 1848. 

5 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of John Fairfield, 
and took his seat June 12, 1848. 

6 Died in the Speaker's room at the Capitol, February 23, 
1S4S. 



7 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of John Quincy 
Adams, and took his seat April 13, 1848. 

8 Resigned May 29, 1848; subsequentlv elected to fill the 
vacancy caused by his own resignation, and took his seat March 
3, 1S49. 

9 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Lewis 
Cass, and took his seat June 20, 1848. 

10 Died August 5, 1847, before the convening of Congress. 

11 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Edward Brad- 
ley, and took his seat December 6, 1847. 



THIRTIETH CONGRESS. 
MISSISSIPPI. 



177 



Jesse Speight, 1 Plymouth. 
Jefferson Davis, 2 Warrenton. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Jacob Thompson, Oxford. 
Winfield S. Featherston, Houston. 



Henry S. Foote, Jackson. 



Patrick W. Tompkins, Vicksburg. 
Albert G. Brown, Gallatin. 



MISSOURI. 



SENATORS. 

Thomas H. Benton, St. Louis. David R. Atchison, Platte City. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 



James B. Bowlin, St. Louis. 
John Jameson, Fulton. 
James S. Green, Monticello. 



Willard P. Hall, St. Joseph. 
John S. Phelps, Springfield. 



NEW HAMPSHIRE. 



SENATORS. 

Charles G. Atherton, Nashua. John P. Hale, Dover. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 



Amos Tuck, Exeter. 
Charles H. Peaslee, Concord. 



James Wilson, Keene. 
James H. Johnson, Bath. 



Jacob W. Miller, Morristown. 



NEW JERSEY. 

SENATORS. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 



James G. Hampton, Bridgeton. 
William A. Newell, Allentown. 
Joseph E. Edsall, Hamburg. 



William L. Dayton, Trenton. 



John Van Dyke, New Brunswick. 
Dudley S. Gregory, Jersey City. 



NEW YORK. 



SENATORS. 



Daniel S. Dickinson, Binghamton. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Frederick W. Lord, Greenport. 
Henry C. Murphy, Brooklyn. 
Henry Nicoll, New York. 
William B. Maclay, New York. 
Frederick A. Tallmadge, New York. 
David S. Jackson, 3 New York. 
Horace Greeley, 4 New York. 
William Nelson, Peekskill. 
Cornelius Warren, Cold Spring. 
Daniel B. St. John, Monticello. 
Eliakim Sherrill, Shandaken. 
Peter H. Silvester, Coxsackie. 
Gideon Reynolds, Hoosick. 
John I. Slingerland, Bethlehem. 
Orlando Kellogg, Elizabethtown. 
Sidney Lawrence, Moira. 
Hugh White, Cohoes. 
George Petrie, Little Falls. 



John A. Dix, Albany. 



William Collins, Lowville. 
Joseph Mullin, Watertown. 
Timothy Jenkins, Oneida Castle. 
George A. Starkweather, Cooperstown. 
Ausburn Birdsall, Binghamton. 
William Duer, Oswego. 
Daniel Gott, Pompey. 
Harmon S. Conger, Courtland. 
William T. Lawrence, Cayutaville. 
John M. Holley, 5 Lyons. 
Esbon Blackmar, 6 Newark. 
Elias B. Holmes, Brockport. 
Robert L. Rose, Aliens Hill. 
David Rumsey, jr., Bath. 
Dudley Marvin, Ripley. 
Nathan K. Hall, Buffalo. 
Harvey Putnam, Attica. 
Washington Hunt, Lockport. 



> Died May 1, 1847. 

3 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by death of Jesse Speight, 
and took his seat December 6, 1847; subsequently elected. 

3 Election contested by James Monroe, but the House de- 
clared on April 19, 1848, that neither was entitled to a seat. 

50346"— S. Doc. G54, Gl-2 12 



4 Elected to fill vacancy declared to exist by resolutions of 
April 19, 1848, and took his seat December 4, 1S48. 

■ r > Died March 8, 1848. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of John M. Holley, 
and took his seat December 4, 1848. 



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CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY. 



NORTH CAROLINA 

SENATORS. 

Willie P. Mangum, Red Mountain. 



George E. Badger, Raleigh. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Thomas L. Clingman, Asheville. 
Nathaniel Boyden, Salisbury. 
Daniel M. Barringer, Concord. 
Augustine H. Shepperd, Salem. 
Abraham W. Venable, Brownsville. 



John R. J. Daniel, Halifax. 
James J. McKay, Elizabethtown. 
Richard S. Donnell, Newbern. 
David Outlaw, Windsor. 



William Allen, Chillicothe. 



OHIO. 

SENATORS. 



Thomas Corwin, Lebanon. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



James J. Faran, Cincinnati. 
David Fisher, Wilmington. 
Robert C. Schenck, Dayton. 
Richard S. Canby, Bellefontaine. 
William Sawyer, St. Marys. 
Rudolphus Dickinson, Lower Sandusky. 
Jonathan D. Morris, 1 Batavia. 
John L. Taylor, Chillicothe. 
Thomas O. Edwards, Lancaster. 
Daniel Duncan, Newark. 
John K. Miller, Mount Vernon. 



Samuel F. Vinton, Gallipolis. 
Thomas Richey, Somerset. 
Nathan Evans, Cambridge. 
William Kennon, jr., St. Clairsville. 
John D. Cummins, New Philadelphi: 
George Fries, Hanoverton. 
Samuel Lahm, Canton. 
John Crowell, Warren. 
Joshua R. Giddings, Jefferson. 
Joseph M. Root, Norwalk. 



PENNSYLVANIA. 



Daniel Sturgeon, Uniontown. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Lewis C. Levin, Philadelphia. 
Joseph R. Ingersoll, Philadelphia. 
Charles Brown, Philadelphia. 
Charles J. Ingersoll, Philadelphia. 
John Freedley, Norristown. 
John W. Hornbeck, 2 Allentown. 
Samuel A. Bridges, 3 Allentown. 
Abraham R. Mcllvaine, Brandywine. 
John Strohm, New Providence. 
William Strong, Reading. 
Richard Brodhead, Easton. 
Chester Butler, Wilkes-Barre. 
David Wilmot, Towanda. 



Simon Cameron, Middletown. 



James Pollock, Milton. 
George N. Eckert, Pottsville. 
Henry Nes, York. 
Jasper E. Brady, Chambersburg. 
John Blanchard, Bellefonte. 
Andrew Stewart, Uniontown. 
Job Mann, Bedford. 
John Dickey, Beaver. 
Moses Hampton, Pittsburgh. 
John W. Farrelly, Meadville. 
James Thompson, Erie. 
Alexander Irvin, Clearfield. 



RHODE ISLAND. 



SENATORS. 



Albert C. Greene, Providence. 



John II. Clarke, Providence. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 

Robert B. Cranston, Newport. Benjamin B. Thurston, Ilopkinton. 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 



John C. Calhoun, Pendleton. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



James A. Black, 4 Cherokee Iron Works. 
Daniel Wallace, 5 Union. 
Richard F. Simpson, Pendleton. 
Joseph A. Woodward, Winnsboro. 
Alexander D. Sims, 6 Darlington. 



Andrew P. Butler, Edgefield. 



John McQueen, 7 Bennettsville. 
Armistead Burt, Willington. 
Isaac E. Holmes, Charleston. 
R. Barnwell Rhett, Ashepoo. 



1 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Thomas L. 
Hamer, who died before the commencement of the Congress 
while serving in the War with Mexico. 

2 Died January 16, 1848. 

a Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of John W. Horn- 
beck, and took his seat March fi, 184S. 



' Died April 3, 1848. 

b Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of James A. Black, 
and took his seat June 12, 1848. 

« Died November 16, 1848. 

7 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Alexander D. 
Sims, and took his seat February 12, 1849. 



THIRTIETH CONGRESS. 



179 



TENNESSEE. 

SENATORS. 

Hopkins L. Turney, Winchester. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Andrew Johnson, Greenville. 
William M. Cocke, Rutledge. 
John H. Crozier, Knoxville. 
Bugh L. W. Hill, Irving College. 
George W. Jones, Fayetteville. 
James H. Thomas, Columbia. 

TEXAS. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



Sam Houston, Raven Hill. 



David S. Kaufman, Sabinetown. 



VERMONT. 

SENATOHS. 



Samuel S. Phelps, Middlebury. 



William Henry, Bellows Falls. 
Jacob Collamer. Woodstock. 



James M. Mason, Winchester. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



VIRGINIA. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Archibald Atkinson, Smithfield. 
Richard K. Meade, Petersburg. 
Thomas S. Flournoy, Halifax. 
Thomas S. Bocock, Appomattox. 
William L. Goggin, Otter Bridge. 
John M. Botts, Richmond. 
Thomas H. Bayly, Accomac. 
Richard L. T. Beale, Hague. 



WISCONSIN. 



John Bell, Nashville. 



Meredith P. Gentry, Franklin. 
Washington Barrow, Nashville. 
Lucien B. Chase, Clarksville. 
Frederick P. Stanton, Memphis. 
William T. Haskell, Jackson. 



Thomas J. Rusk, Nacogdoches. 



Timothy Pillsbury, Brazoria. 



William Fpham, Montpelier. 



George P. Marsh, Burlington. 
Lucius B. Peck, Montpelier. 



Robert M. T. Hunter, Lloyds. 



John S. Pendleton, Culpeper. 
Henry Bedinger, Charlestown. 
James McDowell, Lexington. 
William B. Preston, Blactsburg. 
Andrew S. Fulton, Wytheville. 
Robert A. Thompson, Kanawha. 
William G. Brown, Kingwood. 



SENATORS. 

Henry Dodge, 2 Dodgeville. Isaac P. Walker, 3 Milwaukee. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Mason C. Darling, 4 Fond du Lac. William P. Lynde, 5 Milwaukee. 

TERRITORY OF WISCONSIN. 11 



DELEGATES. 



Henry II. Sibley, 7 Mendota. 



John II. Tweedy, Milwaukee. 



1 The State of "Wisconsin, which was admitted into the Union 
May 29, 1848, was only a portion of the Territory of Wisconsin 
which continued to' retain its territorial organization , until 
March 3, 1849, when it was reorganized as the Territory of Min- 
nesota. 

2 Took his seat June 23, 1848; term to expire, as determined 
by lot, March 3, 1851. 

3 Took his seat June 2G, 1848; term to expire, as determined 
by lot, March 3, 1849. 



* Took his seat June 9, 1848. 
'- Took his seat June 5, 1848. 

• The western portion of the Territory of Wisconsin retained 
its territorial organization under the same name until reor- 
ganized into the Territory of Minnesota by Act of March 3, 1849. 

7 Took his seat January 15, 1849. 



THIRTY-FIRST CONGRESS. 



MARCH 4, 1849, TO MARCH 3, 1851. 



FIRST SESSION— December 3, 1849, to September 30, 1850. SECOND SESSION— Decem- 
ber 2, 1850, to March 3, 1851. SPECIAL SESSION OF THE SENATE— March 5, 1849, 
to March 23, 1849. 



VICE PRESIDENT— Millard Fillmore,' of New York. PRESIDENTS OF THE SENATE PRO 
TEMPORE— David R. Atchison,- of Missouri; William R. King, ; of Alabama. SECRETARY OF 
THE SENATE — Asbury Dickins, of North Carolina. 

SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE— Howell Cobb, of Georgia. SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE PRO 
TEMPORE— Robert C. Winthrop, of Massachusetts. CLERKS OF THE HOUSE— Thomas J. 
Campbell, of Tennessee; Richard M. Young, 4 of Illinois. 



ALABAMA. 

SENATORS. 

William R. King, Selma. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

William J. Alston, Linden. 
Henry W. Hilliard, Montgomery. 
Sampson W. Harris, Wetumpka. 
Samuel W. Inge, Livingston. 

ARKANSAS. 

SENATORS. 

Solon Borland, Hot Springs. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

Robert W. Johnson, Little Rock 



Jeremiah Clemens, 5 Huntsville. 

David Hubbard, Kinlock. 
Williamson R. W. Cobb, Bellefont. 
Franklin W. Bowdon, Talladega. 



William K. Sebastian, Helena. 



CALIFORNIA. 



John C. Fremont, 8 San Francisco. 



SENATORS. 

William M. Gwin, 7 San Francisco. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Edward Gilbert, 9 San Francisco. George W. Wright, 9 San Francisco. 

CONNECTICUT. 



SENATORS. 



Roger S. Baldwin, New Haven. 



Truman Smith, Litchfield. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Loren P. Waldo, Tolland. 
Walter Booth, Meriden. 



Chauncey F. Cleveland, Hampton. 
Thomas B. Butler, Norwalk. 



1 Became President by death of Zachary Taylor, July 9, 
1850. 

s Elected March 5, 1849, and again March 16, 1849 (special 
session of the Senate). 

a Elected May 6, 1850; July 11, 1850. 

* Elected April 17. 1850. 

<> Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Dixon H. Lewis 
in preceding Congress, and took his seat December G, 1849. 

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6 Admitted as a State into the Union September 9, 1850. 

' Took his seat September 10, 1S50; term to expire, as deter- 
mined by lot, March 3, 1855. 

» Took his seat September 10, 1S50; term to expire, as deter- 
mined by lot, March 3, 1S51. 

oTook his seat September 11, 1850. 



THIRTY-FIRST CONGRESS. 



181 



DELAWARE. 



Presley Spruance, Smyrna 



SENATORS. 

John Wales, Wilmington. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

John W. Houston, Georgetown. 



Jackson Morton, Pensacola. 



FLORIDA. 



SENATORS. 



David L. Yulee, St. Augustine. 



REPRESENTATIVE. 

Edward C. Cabell, Tallehassee. 



GEORGIA. 



J. Macpherson Berrien, Savannah. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Thomas B. King, 1 Waynesville. 
Joseph W. Jackson, 2 Savannah. 
Marshall J. Wellborn, Columbus. 
Allen F. Owen, Talbotton. 
Hugh A. Haralson, La Grange. 



ILLINOIS. 



William ('. Dawson, Greensboro. 



Thomas C. Hackett, Rome. 

Howell Cobb, Athens. 

Alexander II. Stephens, Crawfordeville. 

Robert Toombs, Washington. 



Stephen A. Douglas, Chicago. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William H. Bissell, Belleville. 
John A. McClernand, Shawneetown. 
Timothy R. Young, Marshall. 
John Wentworth, Chicago. 

INDIANA. 



James Shields, 3 Belleville. 

William A. Richardson, Quincy. 
Edward D. Baker, Galena. 
Thomas L. Harris, Petersburg. 



Jesse D. Bright, Madison. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Nathaniel Albertson, Greenville. 
Cyrus L. Dunham, Salem. 
John L. Robinson, Rushville. 
George W. Julian, Centerville. 
William J. Brown, Indianapolis. 



James Whitcomb, Indianapolis. 

Willis A. Gorman, Bloomington. 
Richard W. McGaughey, Rockville. 
Joseph E. McDonald, Crawfordsville. 
Graham N. Fitch, Logansport. 
Andrew J. Harlan, Marion. 



IOWA. 

SENATORS. 

Augustus C. Dodge, Burlington. George W. Jones, Dubuque. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

William Thompson, 4 Mount Pleasant. 
Daniel F. Miller, 5 Fort Madison. 

KENTUCKY. 



Shepherd Leffler, Burlington. 



SENATORS. 

Joseph R. Underwood, Bowling Green. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Linn Boyd. Belleview. 
James L. Johnson, Owensboro. 
Finis E. McLean, Elkton. 
George A. Caldwell, Columbia. 
John B. Thompson, Ilarrodsburg. 



Henry Clay, Lexington. 

Daniel Breck, Richmond. 
Humphrey Marshall, Drennons Lick. 
Charles S. Morehead, Frankfort. 
John C. Mason, Owingsville. 
Richard II. Stanton, Maysville. 



1 Resigned February 27, 1851, to become collector of the port 
of San Francisco, Cal. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Thomas B. 
King, and took his seat March 4, 1850. 

3 There was a vacancy in this class from March 1G, 1849. to 
December 2, 1849, Mr. Shields "not having been a citizen of 
the United States the term of years required at the com- 
mencement of the term for which he was elected." He was 



subsequently elected for the term commencing March 4, 1849, 
and took his seat December 3, 1849. 

* Election contested by Daniel F. Miller; served until June 
29, 1850, when the House declared that neither was entitled to 
the seat. 

6 Unsuccessfully contested the election pi William Thomp- 
son; subsequently elected at special elcction,4UKl took his seat 
December 20. 1850. 



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LOUISIANA. 

SENATORS. 

Solomon W. Downs, Monroe. 

EEPKESENTATI VES . 

Emile La Sere, New Orleans. 
Charles M. Conrad, 1 New Orleans. 
Henry A. Bullard, 2 New Orleans. 

MAINE. 



Pierre Soule, New Orleans. 

John II. Harmanson, 3 Simmsport. 
Alexander G. Penn, 4 Covington. 
Isaac E. Morse, St. Martinsville. 



SENATORS. 

James W. Bradbury, Augusta. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Elbridge Gerry, Waterford . 
Nathaniel S. Littlefield, Bridgeton. 
John Otis, Hallowell. 
Rufus K. Goodenow, Paris. 

MARYLAND. 



Hannibal Hamlin, Hampden. 

Cullen Sawtelle, Norridgewock. 
Charles Stetson, Bangor. 
Thomas J. D. Fuller, Calais. 



James A. Pearce, Chestertown. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 

Richard I. Bowie, Rockville. 
William T. Hamilton, Hagerstown. 
Edward Hammond, Ellicotts Mills. 



Reverdy Johnson, 3 Baltimore. 
David Stewart,'' Baltimore. 
Thomas G. Pratt, 7 Annapolis. 

Robert M. McLane, Baltimore. 
Alexander Evans, Elkton. 
John B. Kerr, Easton. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 



Daniel Webster, 8 Boston. 
Robert C. Winthrop, 9 Boston. 
Robert Rantoul, jr., 10 Boston. 

Robert C. Winthrop, 11 Boston. 
Samuel A. Eliot, 12 Boston. 
James H. Duncan, Haverhill. 
Charles Allen, Worcester. 
George Ashmun, Springfield. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



MICHIGAN. 



John Davis, Worcester. 



Julius Rockwell, Pittsfield. 
Horace Mann, West Newton. 
Orin Fowler, Fall River. 
Joseph Grinnell, New Bedford. 
Daniel P. King, 13 South Danvers. 



Lewis Cass, Detroit. 

Alexander W. Buel, Detroit. 
William Sprague, Kalamazco. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



MISSISSIPPI. 



Alpheus Felch, Ann Arbor. 
Kingsley S. Bingham, Kensington. 



Henry S. Foote, Jackson. 



SENATORS. 



Jacob Thompson, Oxford. 
Winfield S. Featherston, Houston. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Jefferson Davis, Palmyra. 

William McWillie, Camden. 
Albert G. Brown, Gallatin. 



MISSOURI. 



Thomas H. Benton, St. Louis. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



James B. Bowlin, St. Louis. 
William V. N. Bay, Union. 
James S. Green, Canton. 



David R. Atchison, Platte City. 

Willard P. Hall, St. Joseph. 
John S. Phelps, Springfield. 



1 Resigned August 17, 1850. 

' Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Charles M. 
Conrad, and took his seat December 5, 1850. 

a Died October 25, 1850. 

* Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of John II. Har- 
manson, and took his seat December 30, 1850. 

5 Resigned March 9, 1S49. 

8 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Reverdy 
Johnson, and took his seat December 8, 1849. 

'Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Reverdy 
Johnson, and took his seat January 14, 1850. 



8 Resigned July 22, 1850, having been appointed Secretary of 
State. 

9 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Daniel 
Webster, and took his seat July 30, 1850; served until Febru- 
ary 1, 1851. 

"Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Daniel 
Webster, and took his seat February 22, 1851. 

11 Resigned July 27, 18>), having been appointed Senator. 

l - Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Robert C. 
Winthrop, and took his seat August 22, 1850. 

■s Died July 25, 1850. 



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183 



John P. Hale, Dover. 

Amos Tuck, Exeter. 
Charles H. Peaslee, Concord. 
James Wilson,- Keene. 



NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 

NEW JERSEY. 



Muses Norris, jr., Manchester. 

(icorge W. Morrison, 1 Manchester. 
Harry Hibbard, Bath. 



William L. Dayton, Trenton. 

Andrew K. Hay, Winslow. 
William A. Newell, Allentown. 
Isaac Wildrick, Blairstowa. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



NEW YORK. 



Jacob W. Miller, Morristown. 

John Van Dyke, New Brunswick. 
James G. King, Hoboken. 



SENATORS. 



Daniel S. Dickinson, Bingham ton. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

John A. King, Jamaica. 
David A. Bokee, Brooklyn. 
J. Phillips Phoenix, New York. 
Walter Underhill, New York. 
George Briggs, New York. 
James Brooks, New York. 
William Nelson, Peekskill. 
Ransom Halloway, Beekman. 
Thomas McKissock, Newburgh. 
Herman D. Gould, Delhi. 
Peter H. Silvester, Coxsackie. 
Gideon Reynolds, Hoosick. 
John L. Schoolcraft, Albany. 
George R. Andrews, Ticonderoga. 
John R. Thurman, Chestertown. 
Hugh White, Cohoes. 
Henry P. Alexander, Little Falls. 

NORTH CAROLINA. 



William II. Seward, Auburn. 

Preston King, Ogdensburg. 
Charles E. Clarke, Great Bend. 
Orsanms B. Matteson, Utica. 
Hiram Walden, Waldensville. 
Henry Bennett, New Berlin. 
William Duer, Oswego. 
Daniel Gott, Pompey. 
Harmon S. Conger, Cortland. 
William T. Jackson, Havana. 
William A. Sackett, Seneca Falls. 
Abraham M. Schermerhorn, Rochester. 
Robert L. Rose, Aliens Hill. 
David Rumsey, jr., Bath. 
Elijah Risley, Fredonia. 
Elbridge G. Spaulding, Buffalo. 
Harvey Putnam, Attica. 
Lorenzo Burrows, Albion. 



SENATORS. 



Willie P. Mangum, Red Mountain. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Thomas L. Clingman, Asheville. 
Joseph P. Caldwell, Statesville. 
Edmund Deberry, Mount Gilead. 
Augustine H. Shepperd, Salem. 
Abraham W. Venable, Brownsville. 



OHIO. 



George E. Badger, Raleigh. 



John R. J. Daniel, Halifax. 
William S. Ashe, Wilmington. 
Edward Stanly, Washington. 
David Outlaw, Windsor. 



SENATORS. 

Thomas Corwin, 3 Lebanon. 
Thomas Ewing, 4 Lancaster. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

David T. Disney, Cincinnati. 

Lewis D. Campbell, Hamilton. 

Robert C. Schenck, Dayton. 

Moses B. Corwin, Urbana. 

Emery D. Potter, Toledo. 

Rudolphus Dickinson, 6 Lower Sandusky . 

Amos E. Wood, 6 Woodville. 

John Bell, 7 Fremont. 

Jonathan D. Morris, Batavia. 

John L. Taylor, Chillicothe. 

Edson B. Olds, Circleville. 

Charles Sweetser, Delaware. 



Salmon P. Chase, Cincinnati. 



John K. Miller, Mount Vernon. 
Samuel F. Vinton, Gallipolis. 
William A. Whittlesey, Marietta. 
Nathan Evans, Cambridge. 
William F. Hunter, Woodsfield. 
Moses Hoagland, Millersburg. 
Joseph Cable, Carrollton. 
David K. Cartter, Massillon. 
John Crowell, Warren. 
Joshua R. Giddings, Jefferson. 
Joseph M. Root, Sandusky. 



1 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of James Wil- 
son, and took his seat December 2, 1850; election unsuccessfully 
contested by Jared Perkins. 

2 Resigned September 9, 1850. 

3 Resigned July 20, 1850, having been appointed Secretary of 
the Treasury. 

* Appointed to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Thomas 
Corwin, and took his seat July 27, 1850. 



•■' Died March 12, 1S49. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by the death of Rudolphus 
Dickinson, and took his seat December 3, 1849; died Novem- 
ber 19, 1850. 

7 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Amos E. Wood, 
and took his seat January 7, 1851. 



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PENNSYLVANIA. 



SENATORS. 



Daniel Sturgeon, Union town. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Lewis C. Levin, Philadelphia. 
Joseph R. Chandler, Philadelphia. 
Henry D. Moore, Philadelphia. 
John Robbins, jr., 3 Philadelphia. 
John Freedley, Norristown. 
Thomas Ross, Doylestown. 
Jesse C. Dickey, New London. 
Thaddeus Stevens, Lancaster. 
William Strong, Reading. 
Milo M. Dimmick, Stroudsburg. 
David Wilmot, Towanda. 
Joseph Casey, New Berlin. 
Charles W. Pitman, Pottsville. 



James Cooper, Pottsville. 



Henry Nes, 1 York. 

Joel B. Danner, 2 Gettysburg. 

James X. McLanahan, Chambersburg. 

Samuel Calvin, Hollidaysburg. 

Andrew J. Ogle, Somerset. 

Job Mann, Bedford. 

Robert R. Reed, Washington. 

Moses Hampton, Pittsburgh. 

John W. Howe, Franklin. 

James Thompson, Erie. 

Alfred Gilmore, Butler. 

Chester Butler, 4 Wilkes-Barre. 

John Brisbin, 5 Wilkes-Barre. 






RHODE ISLAND. 



John H. Clarke, Providence. 



George G. King, Newport. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Albert C. Greene, Providence. 



Nathan F. Dixon, Westerly. 
SOUTH CAROLINA. 



SENATORS. 



John C. Calhoun, 6 Pendleton. 
Franklin H. Elmore. 7 
Robert W. Barnwell. 8 
R. Barnwell Rhett, 9 Charleston. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Daniel Wallace, Union. 
James L. Orr, Anderson. 
Joseph A. Woodward, Winnsboro. 
John McQueen, Bennettsville. 



TENNESSEE. 

SENATORS. 



Hopkins L. Turney, Winchester. 



Andrew P. Butler, Edgefield. 



Armistead Burt, Willington. 
Isaac E. Holmes, Charleston. 
William F. Colcock, Grahamville. 



John Bell, Nashville. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Andrew Johnson, Greenville. 
Albert G. Watkins, Panther Springs. 
Josiah M. Anderson, Fairview. 
John H. Savage, Smith ville. 
George W. Jones, Fayetteville. 
James H. Thomas, Columbia. 



Meredith P. Gentry, Franklin. 
Andrew Ewing, Nashville. 
Isham G. Harris, Paris. 
Frederick P. Stanton, Memphis. 
Christopher H. Williams, Lexington. 



TEXAS. 

SENATORS. 

Sam Houston, Huntsville. Thomas J. Rusk, Nacogdoches. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

David S. Kaufman, 10 Sabine. Volney E. Howard, San Antonio. 



i Died September 10, 1850. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Henry Nes, and 
took his seat December 2, 1850. 

3 Election unsuccessfully contested by John S. Littell. 
< Died October 5, 1850. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Chester Butler, 
and took his seat January 13, 1851. 

> Died March 31, 1850. 

7 Appointed to fill vacancy in term ending March 3, 1853, 
caused by death of John C. Calhoun, and took his seat May 6, 
1850; died May 29, 1850. 



8 Appointed to fill vacancy in term ending March 3, 1853, 
caused by deaths of John C. Calhoun and Franklin H. El- 
more, and took his seat June 24, 1850. 

9 Elected to fill vacancy in term ending March 3, 1853, 
caused by deaths of John C. Calhoun and Franklin H. El- 
more, and took his seat January 6, 1851. 

i° Died January 31, 1S51. 



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185 



VERMONT. 



SENATORS. 



Samuel S. Phelps, Middlebury. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William Henry, Bellows Falls. 
William Hebard, Chelsea. 
George P. Marsh, 1 Burlington 



James M. Mason, Winchester. 



VIRGINIA. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John S. Millson, Norfolk. 
Richard K. Meade, Petersburg. 
Thomas H. Averett, Halifax. 
Thos. S. Bocock, Appomattox. 
Paulus Powell, Amherst. 
James A. Seddon, Richmond. 
Thomas H. Bayly, Accomac. 
Alexander R. Holladay, Mansfield. 



William Upham, Montpelier. 



James Meacham, 2 Middlebury. 
Lucius B. Peck, Montpelier. 



Robert M. T. Hunter, Lloyds. 



Jeremiah Morton, Raccoon Ford. 
Richard Parker, Berryville. 
James McDowell, Lexington. 
Henry A. Edmundson, Salem. 
Fayette McMullen, Rye Cove. 
James M. H. Beale, Point Pleasant. 
Alexander Newman, 3 Wheeling. 
Thomas S. Haymond, 4 Fairmount. 



WISCONSIN. 



SENATORS. 



Henry Dodge, Dodgeville. Isaac P. Walker, Milwaukee. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 



Charles Durkee, Southport 
Orsamus Cole, Potosi 



James Duane Doty, Menasha. 
TERRITORY OF MINNESOTA. 5 



DELEGATE. 

Henry H. Sibley, Mendota. 
TERRITORY OF OREGON. 6 

DELEGATE. 

Samuel R. Thurston, Linn City. 



i Resigned to 1849 to become Minister to Turkey. 

2 Elected to ill vacancy caused by the resignation of George 
P. Marsh, and took his seat December 3, 1849. 

3 Died September 8, 1849, before the convening of Congress. 
• Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Alexander New- 
man, and took his seat December 3, 1849. 



6 Formed March 3, 1849, from the portion of Wisconsin Terri- 
tory remaining after the erection of the State of Wisconsin, 
(May 29, 1S4S), and granted a Delegate in Congress. 

6 Formed August 14, 1S48, from territory ceded to the United 
States by the treaty with France of April 30, 1S03, the treaty 
with Spain of February 22, 1S19, and the treaty with Great 
Britain of June 15, 1846. 



THIRTY-SECOND CONGRESS. 



MARCH 4, 1851, TO MARCH 3, 1853. 



FIRST SESSION— December 1, 1851, to August 31, 1852. SECOND SESSION— December 6, 
1852, to March 3, 1853. SPECIAL SESSION OF THE SENATE— March 4, 1851, to 
March 13, 1851. 



VICE PRESIDENT ' . PRESIDENTS OF THE SENATE PRO TEMPORE William 

R. King,- of Alabama; David R. Atchison, 3 of Missouri. SECRETARY OF THE SENATE— Asbury 
Dickens, of North Carolina. 

SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE— Linn Boyd, of Kentucky. CLERK OF THE HOUSE— John W. 
Forney, of Pennsylvania. 



ALABAMA. 



SENATORS. 



William R. King, 4 Selma. 
Benjamin Fitzpatrick, 5 Wetumpka. 



REPRESENTATIVE. 



John Bragg, Mobile. 
James Abercrombie, Girard. 
Sampson W. Harris, Wetumpka. 
William R. Smith, Fayette. 



Jeremiah Clemens, Huntsville. 



George S. Houston, Athens. 
Williamson R. W. Cobb, Bellefont. 
Alexander White, Talladega. 



ARKANSAS. 

SENATORS. 

William K. Sebastian, Helena. Solon Borland, Hot Springs. 

REPRESENTATIVE . 

Robert W. Johnson, Little Rock. 
CALIFORNIA. 

SENATORS. 

William M. Gwin, San Francisco. John B. Weller, 6 San Francisco. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Edward C. Marshall, Sonora. Joseph W. McCorkle, Marysville. 

CONNECTICUT. 



Truman Smith, Litchfield. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Charles Chapman, Hartford. 
Colin M. Ingersoll, New Haven. 



Isaac Toucey," Hartford. 



Chauncey F. Cleveland, Hampton. 
Origen S. Seymour, Litchfield. 



iVlce President Millard Fillmore became President on the Ham R. King, and took his seat January 20, 1853; subse- 

death oi Zachary Taylor in preceding Congress. quently elected. 

•- Resigned as President pro tempore December 20, 1852. sTook his seat March 17, 1852; vacancy from March 4, 1851, 

3 Elected December 20, 1852. to March 17, 1852. 

• Resigned in January, 1853. 'Took his seat May 14, 1852; vacancy from March 4, 1851, 

s Appointed to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Wil- to May 12, 1852. 



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THIRTY-SECOND CONGRESS. 187 

DELAWARE. 

SENATORS. 

Presley Spruance, Smyrna. James A. Bayard, Wilmington. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

George Read Riddle, Wilmington. 
FLORIDA. 

SENATORS. 

Jackson Morton, Pensacola. Stephen R. Mallory, 1 Jacksonville. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

Edward C. Cabell, Tallehassee. 
GEORGIA. 



SEN ATI IRS. 



John Macpherson Berrien, 2 Savannah. 
Robert M. Charlton, 3 Savannah. 



Joseph W. Jackson, Savannah. 
James Johnson, Columbus. 
David J. Bailey, Jackson. 
Charles Murphy, Decatur. 



Stephen A. Douglas, Chicago. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



ILLINOIS. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



William H. Bissell, Belleville. 
Willis Allen, Marion. 
Orlando B. Ficklin, Charleston. 
Richard S. Molony, Belvidere. 



Jesse D. Bright, Madison. 



INDIANA. 

SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



James Lockhart, Evansville. 
Cyrus L. Dunham, Salem. 
John L. Robinson, Rushville. 
Samuel W. Parker, Connersville. 
Thomas A. Hendricks, Shelbyville. 



William C. Dawson, Greensboro. 



Elijah W. Chastain, Tacoah. 

Junius Hillyer, Monroe. 

Alexander H. Stephens, Crawfordville. 

Robert Toombs, Washington. 



James Shields, Belleville. 



William A. Richardson, Quincy. 
Thompson Campbell, Galena. 
Richard Yates, Jacksonville. 



James Whilcomb, 4 Indianapolis. 
Charles W. Cathcart, 5 Laporte. 
John Pettit, 6 La Fayette. 



Willis A. Gorman, Bloomington. 
John G. Davis, Rockville. 
Daniel Mace, LaFayette. 
Graham N. Fitch, Logansport. 
Samuel Brenton, Fort Wayne. 



IOWA. 



SENATORS. 

Augustus C. Dodge, Burlington. George W. Jones, Dubuque. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Bernhart Henn, Fairfield. Lincoln Clark, Dubuque. 



1 Election unsuccessfully contested by David L. Yulee. 
1 Resigned May 28, 1852. 

3 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by resignation of John 
Macpherson Berrien, and took his seat June 11, 1852. 
< Died October 4, 1852. 



5 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by death of James Whit- 
comb, and took his seat December 6, 1852. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of James Whilcomb, 
and took his seat January 18, 1853. 



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KENTUCKY. 

SENATORS. 

Joseph R. Underwood, Bowling Green. 



Henry Clay, 1 Lexington. 
David Meriwether. 2 Louisville. 
Archibald Dixon, 3 Henderson. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Linn Boyd, Paducah. 
Benjamin E. Grey, Hopkinsville. 
Presley U. Ewing, Russellville. 
William T. Ward, Greensburg. 
James W. Stone, Elizabethtown. 
Addison White, Richmond. 



LOUISIANA. 



Humphrey Marshall, 4 Newcastle. 
William Preston, 5 Louisville. 
John C. Breckinridge, Lexington. 
John C. Mason, Owensville. 
Richard H. Stanton, Maysville. 



Solomon W. Downs, Monroe. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Louis St. Martin, New Orleans. 

J. Aristide Landry, Donaldson ville. 



Pierre Soule, New Orleans. 



Alexander G. Penn, Covington. 
John Moore, New Iberia. 



James W. Bradbury, Augusta. 

Moses McDonald, Biddeford. 
John Appleton, Portland. 
Robert Goodenow, Farmington. 
Charles Andrews, 6 Paris. 
Isaac Reed, 7 Waldoboro. 



MAINE. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES . 



Hannibal Hamlin, Hampden. 

Ephraim K. Smart, Camden. 
Israel Washburn, jr., Orono. 
Thomas J. D. Fuller, Calais. 



MARYLAND. 



SENATORS. 



James A. Pearce, Chestertown. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Richard I. Bowie, Rockville. 
William T. Hamilton, Hagerstown. 
Edward Hammond, Ellicotts Mills. 



Thomas G. Pratt, Annapolis. 

Thomas Yates Walsh, Baltimore. 
Alexander Evans, Elkton. 
Joseph S. Cottman, Upper Trappe. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 



John Davis, Worcester. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William Appleton, Boston. 
Orin Fowler, 8 Fall River. 
Edward P. Little, 9 Marshfield. 
James H. Duncan, Haverhill. 
Robert Rantoul, jr., 10 Beverly. 
Francis B. Fay, 11 Chelsea. 
Charles Allen, Worcester. 



Charles Sumner, Boston. 

George T. Davis, Greenfield. 
John Z. Goodrich, Glendale. 
Horace Mann, West Newton. 
Benjamin Thompson, 12 Charlestown. 
Lorenzo Sabine, 13 Framingham. 
Zeno Scudder, Barnstable. 



i Tendered his resignation December 15, 1S51, "to take 
effect on the first Monday of September, 1852"; died June 29, 
1852, 

' Appointed July 6, 1852, to fill vacancy caused by death of 
Henry Clay and to serve "until the time the resignation of 
Henry Clay takes effect" ; took his seat July 15, 1S52, and 
served until the adjournment of the session, August 31, 1852. 

8 Elected December 30, 1851, to fill vacancy anticipated by 
the resignation of Henry Clay; credentials presented and he 
appeared to qualify December 6, 1852; the seat was vacant 
until December 20, 1852, when a resolution was adopted de- 
claring him duly elected "to fill the vacancy occasioned by 
the resignation of Mr. Clay," and entitled to the seat; took 
his seat the same day. 

' Resigned August 4, 1852. 



c Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Humphrey 
Marshall, and took his seat December 6, 1S52. 

<• Died April 30, 1852. 

7 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Charles Andrews, 
and took his seat June 25, 1852. 
"Died September .3, 1852. 

9 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Orin Fowler, and 
took his seat December 30, 1S52. 

'"Died August 7, 1852. 

n Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Robert Rantoul 
jr., and took his seat December 29, 1852. 

12 Died September 24, 1852. 

'3 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Benjamin 
Thompson, and took his seat December 28, 1852. 



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189 



Lewis Cass, Detroit. 



MICHIGAN. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



Ebenezer J. Penaiman, Plymouth. 
Charles E. Stuart, Kalamazoo. 



Henry S. Foote, 1 Jackson. 
Walter Brooke, 2 Lexington. 



MISSISSIPPI. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Benjamin D. Nabers, Hickory Flat. 
John A. Wilcox, Aberdeen. 



David R. Atchison, Platte City. 



MISSOURI. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



John F. Darby, St. Louis. 
Gilchrist Porter, Bowling Green. 
John G. Miller, Boonville. 



Alpheus Felch, Ann Arbor. 
James L. Conger, Mount Clemens. 



Jefferson Davis. 3 Palmyra. 
John J. McRae,' Enterprise. 
Stephen Adams, 5 Aberdeen. 

John D. Freeman, Jackson. 
Albert G. Brown, Gallatin. 



Henry S. Geyer, St. Louis. 

Willard P. Hall, St. Joseph. 
John S. Phelps, Springfield. 



John P. Hale, Dover. 

Amos Tuck, Exeter. 
Charles H. Peaslee, Concord. 



Jacob W. Mi 



Morristown. 



NEW HAMPSHIRE . 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 

NEW JERSEY. 

SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Nathan T. Stratton, Mullica Hill. 
Charles Skelton, Trenton. 
Isaac Wildrick, Blairstown. 



Moses Norris, jr., Manchester. 

Jared Perkins, Winchester. 
Harry Hibbard, Bath. 



Robert F. Stockton, 6 Princeton. 



George H. Brown, Somerville. 
Rodman M. Price, Hoboken. 



NEW YORK. 



William H. Seward, Auburn. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John G. Floyd, Moriches. 
Obadiah Bowne, Richmond. 
Emanuel B. Hart, New York. 
J. H. Hobart Haws, New York. 
George Briggs, New York. 
James Brooks, New York. 
Abraham P. Stephens, Nyack. 
Gilbert Dean, Poughkeepsie. 
William Murray, Goshen. 
Marius Schoonmaker, Kingston. 
Josiah Sutherland, Hudson. 
David L. Seymour, Troy. 
John L. Schoolcraft, Albany. 
John H. Boyd, Whitehall. " 
Joseph Russell, Warrensburg. 
John Wells, Johnstown. 
Alexander H. Buell, 7 Fairfield. 



Hamilton Fish, New York. 

Preston King, Ogdensburg. 
William Ives, Watertown. 
Timothy Jenkins, Oneida Castle. 
William W. Snow, Oneonta. 
Henry Bennett, New Berlin. 
Leander Babcock, Oswego. 
Daniel T. Jones, Baldwinsville. 
Thomas Y. Howe, jr., Auburn. 
Henry S. Walbridge, Ithaca. 
William A. Sackett, Seneca Falls. 
A. M. Schermerhorn, Rochester. 
Jedediah Horsford, Moscow. 
Reuben Robie, Bath. 
Frederick S. Martin, Olean. 
Solomon G. Haven, Buffalo. 
Augustus P. Hascall, Le Roy. 
Lorenzo Burrows, Albion. 



1 Resigned in 1S52. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused I >v resignation of Henry S. 
Foote, and took his seat March II, 1852. 

3 Resigned November — — , 1851. 

'Appointed to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Jefferson 
Davis, and took his seat December 19, 1851. 



6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Jefferson 
Davis, and took his seat March 17, 1852. 

« Resigned January 10, 1853; vacancy during remainder of 
the Congress. 

' Died January 29, 1853. 






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NORTH CAROLINA. 



SENATORS. 



Willie P. Mangum, Red Mountain. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Thomas L. Clingman. Asheville. 
Joseph P. Caldwell, Statesville. 
Alfred Dockery, Dockerys Store. 
James T. Morehead, Greensboro. 
Abraham W. Venable, Brownsville. 



OHIO. 



SENATORS. 



Salmon P. Chase, Cincinnati. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



David T. Disney, Cincinnati. 
Lewis D. Campbell, Hamilton. 
Hiram Bell,' Greenville. 
Benjamin Stanton, Bellefontaine. 
Alfred P. Edgerton, Hicksville. 
Frederick W. Green, Tiffin. 
Nelson Barrere, Hillsboro. 
John L. Taylor, Chillicothe. 
Edson B. Olds. Circleville. 
Charles Sweetser, Delaware. 
George H. Busby, Marion. 



George E. Badger, Raleigh. 



John R. J. Daniel, Halifax. 
William S. Ashe, Wilmington. 
Edward Stanly, Washington. 
David Outlaw, Windsor. 



Benjamin F. Wade, Jefferson. 



John Welch, Athens. 
James M. Gaylord, McConnellsville. 
Alexander Harper, Zanesville. 
William F. Hunter, Woodsfield. 
John Johnson, Coshocton. 
Joseph Cable, Carrollton. 
David K. Cartter, Massillon. 
Eben Newton, Canfield. 
Joshua R. Giddings, Jefferson. 
Norton S. Townshend, Avon. 



PENNSYLVANIA. 



James Cooper, Pottsville. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Thomas B. Florence, Philadelphia. 
Joseph R. Chandler, Philadelphia. 
Henry D. Moore, Philadelphia. 
John Robbins, jr., Kensington. 
John McNair, Norristown. 
Thomas Ross. Doylestown. 
John A. Morrison, Cochransville. 
Thaddeus Stevens. Lancaster. 
J. Glancy Jones. Reading. 
Milo M. Dimmick, Stroudsburg. 
Henry M. Fuller, 1 Wilkes-Barre. 
Galusha A. Grow, Glenwood. 



Richard Brodhead. Eastoh. 



James Gamble, Jersey Shore. 

Thomas M. Bibighaus, Lebanon. 

William H. Kurtz, York. 

James X. McLanahan, Chambersburg. 

Andrew Parker, Mifflintown. 

John L. Dawson, Brownsville. 

Joseph H. Kuhns, Greensburg. 

John Allison, Beaver. 

Thomas M. Howe, Allegheny City. 

John W. Howe, Franklin. 

Carlton B. Curtis, Warren. 

Alfred Gilmore, Butler. 



RHODE ISLAND. 



SENATORS. 



John H. Clarke, Providence. Charles T. James, Providence. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

George G. King, Newport. Benjamin B. Thurston, Hopkinton. 



SOUTH CAROLINA. 

SENATORS. 



Andrew P. Butler, Edgefield. 



R. Barnwell Rhett, 2 Charleston. 
William F. De Saussure, 3 Columbia. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Daniel Wallace, Jonesville. 
James L. Orr, Anderson. 
Joseph A. Woodward, Winnsboro. 
John McQueen, Bennettsville. 



Armistead Burt, Willington. 
William Aiken, Charleston. 
William F. Colcock, Grahamvillc. 



' Resigned in 1852. 



3 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by resignation of R. B 
well Rhett, and took his seat May'24, 1852; subsequently 
elected. 



THIRTY-SECOND CONGRESS. 
TENNESSEE. 



191 



John Bell, Nashville. 



SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



Andrew Johnson, Greeneville. 
Albert G. Watkins, Panther Springs. 
William M. Churchwell, Rnoxville. 
John H. Savage, Smithville. 
George W. Jones. Fayetteville. 
William II. Polk, Columbia. 



Sam Houston, Huntsville. 
Richardson Scurry, Clarksville 

Solomon Foot, Rutland. 



Ahiman L. Miner, Manchester. 
William Hebard, Chelsea. 



TEXAS. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 

VERMONT. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 

VIRGINIA. 

SENATORS. 



Robert M. T. Hunter, Lloyds. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

John S. Millson, Norfolk. 
Richard K. Meade, Petersburg. 
Thomas H. Averett, Halifax. 
Thomas S. Bocock, Appomattox. 
Paulus Powell, Amherst. 
John S. Caskie, Richmond. 
Thomas H. Bayly, Aecomac. 
Alexander R. Holladay. Mansfield. 

WISCONSIN. 

SENATORS. 

Henry Dodge, Dodgeville. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Charles Durkee, Kenosha. 
Benjamin C. Eastman. Platteville. 



James C. Jones, Memphis. 

Meredith P. Gentry, Franklin. 
William Cullom, Carthage. 
Isham G. Harris, Paris. 
Frederick P. Stanton, Memphis. 
( hristopher II. Williams, Lexington. 



Thomas J. Rusk. Nacogdoches. 
\ olney E. Howard, San Antonio. 



William Upham, 1 Montpelier. 
Samuel S. Phelps, 2 Middlebury. 

James Meacham, Middlebury. 
Thomas Bartlett, jr., Lyndon. 



James M. Mason, Winchester. 

James F. Strother, Rappahannock. 
Charles J. Faulkner, Martinsburg. 
John Letcher, Lexington. 
Henry A. Edmundson, Salem. 
Fayette McMullen, Rye Cove. 
James M. H. Beale, Point Pleasant. 
George W. Thompson. 3 
Sherrard Clemens, 4 Wheeling. 



Isaac P. Walker, Milwaukee. 
James Duane Doty, Menasha. 



TERRITORY OF MINNESOTA. 

DELEGATE. 

Henry H. Sibley, Mendota. 
TERRITORY OF NEW MEXICO. 5 

DELEGATE. ■ 

Richard H. Weightman. 6 Santa Fe. 
TERRITORY OF OREGON. 



DELEGATE. 

Joseph Lane, Oregon City. 
TERRITORY OF UTAH. 5 

DELEGATE. 

John M. Bernhisel, 6 Salt Lake City. 



1 Died January 14, 1853. 

8 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by death of William Up- 
ham, and took his seat January 19, 1853. 

* Resigned in 1852. 

4 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of George W. 
Thompson, and took his'seat December 6, 1852. 



6 Formed from a portion of the territory ceded to the 
United States by Mexico by the treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo 
of February 2, 1848, and erected into a territorial government, 
and granted a Delegate in Congress by Act of September 9, 
1850. 

6 Took his seat December 1, 1851. 



THIRTY-THIRD CONGRESS. 



MARCH 4, 1853, TO MARCH 3, 1855. 



FIRST SESSION— December 5, 1853, to August 7, 1854. SECOND SESSION— December 
4, 1854, to March 3, 1855. SPECIAL SESSION OF THE SENATE—March 4, 1853, to 
April 11, 1853. 



VICE-PRESIDENT— William R. King, 1 of Alabama. PRESIDENTS OF THE SENATE PRO 
TEMPORE — David R. Atchison, 2 of Missouri; lewis Cass, 3 of Michigan; Jesse D. Bright, 4 of Indiana. 
SECRETARY OF THE SENATE— Asbury Dickens, of North Carolina. 

SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE— Linn Boyd, of Kentucky. CLERK OF THE HOUSE— John W. 
Forney, of Pennsylvania. 



ALABAMA. 

SENATORS. 



Benjamin Fitzpatrick, Wetumpka. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Philip Phillips, Mobile. 
James Abercrombie, Girard. 
Sampson W. Harris, Wetumpka. 
William R. Smith, Fayette. 



ARKANSAS. 



Clement C. Clay, jr., Huntsville. 

George S. Houston, Athens. 
Williamson R. W. Cobb, Bellefont. 
James F. Dowdell, Chambers. 






SENATORS. 

William K. Sebastian, Helena. Solon Borland, 6 Hot Springs. 

Robert W. Johnson, 6 Little Rock. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Alfred B. Greenwood, Bentonville. Edward A. Warren, Camden. 

CALIFORNIA. 

SENATORS. 

William M. Gwin, San Francisco. John B. Weller, San Francisco. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Milton S. Latham, Sacramento City. James A. McDougall, San Francisco. 

CONNECTICUT. 

SENATORS. 



Isaac Toucey, Hartford. 



Truman Smith, 7 Litchfield. 
Francis Gillette, 8 Hartford. 

R E PR E S E NT ATI V E S . 

James T. Pratt, Rockyhill. Nathan Belcher, New London. 

Colin M. Ingersoll, New Haven. Origen S. Seymour, Litchfield. 

DELAWARE. 



SENATORS. 

James A. Bayard, Wilmington. John M. Clayton, Chippewa. 

REPRESENTATIVE . 

George Read Riddle, Wilmington. 






i Died April 18, 1853, after taking the oath of office at Ha- 
vana, a privilege accorded by special act of Congress. 
' Elected March 4, 1863. 



6 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Solon 
Borland, and took his seat December 5, 1853; subsequently 
elected. 

' Resigned to take effect May 24, 1854. 

8 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Truman 



3 Elected December 4, 1854, for one day only, 
i Elected December 5, 1854. 

' Resigned April 3, 1853, to become minister to Central Smith, and took his seat May 25, 1854. 
America. 

192 



THIRTY-THIRD CONGRESS. 



193 



FLORIDA. 

SENATORS. 



Jackson Morton. Pensacola. 



Stephen R. Mallory, Jacksonville. 



REPRESENTATIVE. 

Augustus E. Maxwell, Tallahassee. 
GEORGIA. 

SENATORS. 



William C. Dawson, Greensboro. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



James L. Seward, Thomasville. 
Alfred H. Colquitt, Newton. 
David J. Bailey, Jackson. 
William B. W. Dent, Newnan. 



Stephen A. Douglas, Chicago. 



ILLINOIS. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Elihu B. Washburne, Galena. 
John Wentworth, Chicago. 
Jesse O. Norton, Joliet. 
James Knox, Knoxville. 
William A. Richardson, Quincy. 



Jesse D. Bright, Madison. 



INDIANA. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Smith Miller, Patoka. 
William H. English, Lexington. 
Cyrus L. Dunham, Valley Farm. 
James H. Lane, Lawrenceburg. 
Samuel W. Parker, Connersville . 
Thomas A. Hendricks, Shelbyville. 



IOWA. 



SENATORS. 



Augustus C. Dodge, Burlington. 



Bernhart Henn, Fairfield. 



Archibald Dixon, Henderson. 



REPRESENTATIVES . 



KENTUCKY. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Linn Boyd, Paducah. 
Benjamin E. Grey, Hopkinsville 
Presley Ewing, 1 Russell ville. 
Francis M. Bristow, 2 Elkton. 
James S. Chrisman, Monticello. 
Clement S. Hill, Lebanon. 



Pierre Soule, 3 New Orleans. 
John Slidell, 4 New Orleans. 



LOUISIANA. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William Dunbar, New Orleans. 
Theodore G. Hunt. New Orleans. 



Robert Toombs, Washington. 



Elijah W. Chastain, Tacoah. 
Junius Hillyer, Monroe. 
David A. Reese, Monticello. 
Alexander H. Stephens, Crawfordville. 



James Shields, Belleville. 



Richard Yates, Jacksonville. 
James C. Allen, Palestine. 
William H. Bissell, Belleville. 

Willis Allen, Marion. 



John Pettit, La Fayette. 

John G. Davis, Rockville. 
Daniel Mace, La Fayette. 
Norman Eddy, South Bend. 
Ebenezer M. Chamberlain, Goshen. 
Andrew J. Harlan, Marion. 



George W. Jones, Dubuque. 
John P. Cook, Davenport. 

John B. Thompson, 1 Harrodsburg. 



John M. Elliott, Prestonburg. 
William Preston, Louisville. 
John C. Breckinridge, Lexington. 
Leander M. Cox, Flemingsburg. 
Richard H. Stanton, Maysville. 



Judah P. Benjamin, New Orleans. 



John Perkins, jr., Ash wood. 
Roland Jones, Shreveport. 



1 Died September 27, 1S54. 

"Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Presley Ewing. 



and took his seat December 4, 1854. 

50346°— S. Doc. 654, 61-2 



3 Resigned April 11, 1853. 

< Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Pierre Soulfi, 
and took his seat December 5, 1853. 



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CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY. 
MAINE. 



Hannibal Hamlin, Hampden. 



Moses McDonald, Portland. 

Samuel Mahall, Gray. 

E. Wilder Farley, Newcastle. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



MARYLAND. 



SENATORS. 



James A. Pearce, Chestertown. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John R. Franklin, Snow Hill. 
Jacob Shower, Manchester. 
Joshua Vansant, Baltimore. 
Henry May, Baltimore. 



William Pitt Fessenden, 1 Portland. 



Samuel P. Benson, Winthrop. 
Israel Washburn, jr., Orono. 
Thomas J. D. Fuller, Calais. 



Thomas G. Pratt, Annapolis. 



William T. Hamilton, Hagerstown. 
Augustus R. Sollers, Prince Frederick- 
town. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 



Edward Everett, 2 Boston. 
Julius Rockwell, 3 Pittsfield. 
Henry Wilson, 4 Natick. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Zeno Scudder, 5 Barnstable. 
Thomas D. Eliot, 6 New Bedford. 
Samuel L. Crocker, Taunton. 
J. Wiley Edmands, Lawrence. 
Samuel H. Walley, Roxbury. 
William Appleton, Boston. 



Lewis Cass, Detroit. 



David Stuart, Detroit. 
David A. Noble, Monroe. 



Stephen Adams, Aberdeen. 



MICHIGAN. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



MISSISSIPPI. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Daniel B. Wright, Salem. 
William T. S. Barry, Greenwood. 
Otho R. Singleton, Canton. 



Charles Sumner, Boston. 



Charles W. Upham, Salem. 
Nathaniel P. Banks, jr., Waltham. 
Tappan Wentworth, Lowell. 
Alexander De Witt, Oxford. 
Edward Dickinson, Amherst. 
John Z. Goodrich, Glendale. 



Charles E. Stuart. Kalamazoo. 



Samuel Clark, Kalamazoo. 
Hestor L. Stevens, Pontiac. 



Albert G. Brown, 7 Newton. 



Wiley P. Harris, Monti cello. 
William Barksdale, Columbus. 



MISSOURI. 



SENATORS. 



David R. Atchison, Platte City. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Thomas H. Benton, St. Louis. 
Alfred W. Lamb, Hannibal. 
James J. Lindley, Monticello. 
Mordecai Oliver, Richmond. 



Henry S. Geyer, St. Louis. 



John G. Miller, Boonville. 
John S. Phelps, Springfield. 
Samuel Caruthers, Fredericktown. 



i Elected for the terra commencing March 4, 1853, and took 
his seat February 23, 1854; vacancy in the meantime. 

2 Resigned May 17, 1854. 

3 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Edward 
Everett, and took his seat June 15, 1854. 

4 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Edward 
Everett, and took his seat February 10, 1855. 



5 Resigned March 4, 1854. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Zeno 
Scudder, and took his seat April 17, 1854. 

7 Elected for the term beginning March 4, 1853; took his 
seat January 2G, 1854. 



THIRTY-THIRD CONGRESS. 



195 



Moses Norris, jr., 1 Manchester. 
John S. Wells, 2 Exeter. 



NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



George W. Kittredge, Newmarket. 
George W. Morrison, Manchester. 



John R. Thomson, 5 Princeton. 



NEW JERSEY. 

SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Nathan T. Stratton, Mullica Hill. 
Charles Skelton, Trenton. 
Samuel Lilly, Lambertvillc. 



NEW YORK. 



Charles G. Atherton, 3 Nashua. 
Jared W. Williams/ Lancaster. 

Harry llibbard, Bath. 



William Wright, Newark. 



George Vail, Morristown. 

Alexander C. M. Pennington, Newark. 



SENATORS. 

W : illiam H. Seward, Auburn. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

James Maurice, Maspeth. 
Thomas W. Cumming, Brooklyn. 
Hiram Walbridge, New York. 
Mike W T alsh, New York. 
William M. Tweed, New York. 
John Wheeler, New York. 
William A. W T alker, New York. 
Francis B. Cutting, New York. 
Jared V. Peck, Port Chester. 
William Murray, Goshen. 
Theodore R. Westbrook, Kingston. 
Gilbert Dean, 6 Poughkeepsie. 
Isaac Teller, 7 Mattawan. 
Russell Sage, Troy. 
Rufus W. Peckham, Albany. 
Charles Hughes, Sandy Hill. 
George A. Simmons, Keeseville. 
Bishop Perkins, Ogdensburg. 



Hamilton Fish, New York. 

Peter Rowe, Schenectady. 
George W. Chase, Schenevus' 
Orsamus B. Matteson, Utica. 
Henry Bennett, New Berlin. 
Gerrit Smith, 8 Petersboro. 
Henry C. Goodwin, 9 Hamilton. 
Caleb Lyon, Lyonsdale. 
Daniel T. Jones, Baldwinsville. 
Edwin B. Morgan, Aurora. 
Andrew Oliver, Penn Yan. 
John J. Taylor, Owego. 
George Hastings, Mount Morris. 
Davis Carpenter, 10 Brockport. 
Benjamin Pringle, Batavia. 
Thomas T. Flagler, Lockport. 
Solomon G. Haven, Buffalo. 
Reuben E. Fenton, Frewsburg. 



NORTH CAROLINA. 



George E. Badger, Raleigh. 

Henry M. Shaw, Indian Town 
Thomas Ruffin, Goldsboro. 
William S. Ashe, Wilmington. 
Sion H. Rogers, Raleigh. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



OHIO. 



David S. Reid," Wentworth. 

John Kerr, Yanceyville . 
Richard C. Puryear, Huntsville. 
Burton Craige, Salisbury. 
Thomas L. Clingman, Asheville. 



Salmon P. Chase, Cincinnati. 

David T. Disney, Cincinnati. 
John Scott Harrison, Cleves. 
Lewis D. Campbell, Hamilton. 
Matthias H. Nichols, Lima. 
Alfred P. Edgerton, Hicksville. 
Andrew Ellison, Georgetown. 
Aaron Harlan, Yellow Springs. 
Moses B. Corwin, Urbana. 
Frederic W. Green, Tiffin. 
John L. Taylor, Chillicothe. 
Thomas Richey, Somerset. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Benjamin F. W T ade, Jefferson. 

Edson B. Olds, Circleville. 
William D. Lindsley, Sandusky. 
Harvey H. Johnson, Ashland. 
William R. Sapp, Mount Vernon. 
Edward Ball, Zanesville. 
Wilson Shannon, St. Clairsville. 
George Bliss, Akron. 
Edward W T ade, Cleveland. 
Joshua R. Giddings, Jefferson. 
Andrew Stuart, Steubenville. 



1 Died January 11, 1855. 

8 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by death of Moses Norris 
and took his seat January 22, 1855. 

3 Died November 15, 1853. 

i Appointed to fill vacancy caused by dealh of Charles G. 
Atherton, and took his seat December 12, 1S53; by resolution. 
August 3, 1854, Senate declared representation linder the ap- 
pointment had expired. 

s Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Robert. 
.F. Stockton in preceding Congress, aiid took his seat March 4. 
1853 (special session of the Senate). 



8 Resigned July 3. 1854. 

: Elected to fi'll vacancy caused bv resignation of Gilbert 
Dean, and took his seat. December 4, 1854. 

' Resigned in 1854. 

s Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Gerrit 
Smith, and took his seat December 4, 1854. 

io Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Azariah 
Boodyin October, 1853, who did not qualify, and took his seat 
Decembers, 1853. 

" Elected for the term commencing March 4, 1853, and took 
his seat December 11, 1854. 



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CONGKESSIONAL DIRECTORY. 



PENNSYLVANIA. 



James Cooper, Pottaville. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Thomas B. Florence, Philadelphia. 
Joseph R. Chandler, Philadelphia. 
John Robbins, jr., Kensington. 
William H. Witte, Richmond. 
John McNair, Norristown. 
William Everhart, West Chester. 
Samuel A. Bridges, Allentown. 
Henry A. Muhlenberg, 1 Berks. 
J. Glancy Jones, 2 Reading. 
Isaac E. Hiester, Lancaster. 
Ner Middleswarth, Beavertown. 
Christian M. Straub, Pottsville. 
Hendrick B. Wright, Wilkes-Barre. 



Richard Brodhead, Easton. 



Asa Packer, Mauch Chunk. 
Galusha A. Grow, Glen wood. 
James Gamble, Jersey Shore. 
Carlton B. Curtis, Warren. 
Samuel L. Russell, Bedford. 
John McCulloch, Shavers Creek. 
Augustus Drum, Indiana. 
John L. Dawson, Brownsville. 
David Ritchie, Pittsburgh. 
Thomas M. Howe, Allegheny City. 
Michael C. Trout, Sharon. 
John Dick, Meadville. 
William H. Kurtz, York. 



RHODE ISLAND. 

SENATORS. 

Charles T. James, Providence. Philip Allen, Providence. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Thomas Davis, Providence. Benjamin B. Thurston, Hopkinton. 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 



Andrew P. Butler, Edgefield. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John McQueen, Marlboro. 
William Aiken, Charleston. 
Lawrence M. Keitt, Orangeburg. 



John Bell, Nashville. 



TENNESSEE. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Nathaniel G. Taylor, 3 Happy Valley. 
William M. Churchwell, Knoxville. 
Samuel A. Smith, Charleston. 
William Cullom, Carthage. 
Charles Ready, Murfreesboro. 



Josiah J. Evans, Society Hill. 



Preston S. Brooks, Ninety Six. 
James L. Orr, Anderson. 
William W. Boyce, Winnsboro. 



James C. Jones, Memphis. 



George W. Jones, Fayetteville. 
Robert M. Bugg, Lynnfield. 
Felix K. Zollicoffer, Nashville. 
Emerson Etheridge, Dresden. 
Frederick P. Stanton, Memphis. 






TEXAS. 



SENATORS. 



Sam Houston, Huntsville. Thomas J. Rusk, Nacogdoches. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

George W. Smyth, Jasper. Peter H. Bell, Austin. 

VERMONT. 



SENATORS. 



Solomon Foot, Rutland. 



Samuel S. Phelps, 4 Middlebury. 
Lawrence Brainerd, 5 St. Albans. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 

James Meacham, Middlebury. Alvah Sabin, Georgia. 

Andrew Tracy, Woodstock. 



i Died January 9, 1S54. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Henry A. Muhlen- 
berg, and took his seat February 13, 1854. 

' Elected to fill vacancy caused by deatli of Brookins Camp- 
bell, December 25, 1853, who did not qualify, and took his seat 
March 30, 1854. 



1 Appointed in preceding Congress to fill vacancy caused by 
death of William Upham; by resolution of Senate of March 16, 
1854, declared not entitled to retain his seat. 

5 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of William Upham 
in preceding Congress, and took his seat December 4, 1854. 



THIRTY-THIRD CONGRESS. 



197 



Robert M. T. Hunter, Lloyds. 



VIRGINIA. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESS VTATIVES. 



Thomas H. Bayly, Accomac. 
John S. Millson, Norfolk. 
John S. Oaskie, Richmond. 
William O. Goode, Boydton. 
Thomas S. Bocock, Appomattox. 
Paulus Powell, Amherst. 
William Smith, Warrenton. 



WISCONSIN. 

SENATORS. 



Henry Dodge, Dodgeville. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Daniel Wells, jr.. Milwaukee. 
Benjamin C. Eastman, Platteville. 



James M. Mason, Winchester. 

Charles J. Faulkner, Martinsburg. 
John Letcher, Lexington. 
Zedekiah Kidwell, Fairmont. 
John F. Snodgrass, 1 Parkersburg. 
Charles S. Lewis, 2 Clarksburg. 
Henry A. Edmundson, Salem. 
Fayette McMullen, Rye Cove. 



Isaac P. Walker, Milwaukee. 
John B. Macy, Fond du Lac. 



TERRITORY OF KANSAS. 3 

DELEGATE. 

John W. Whitfield, 4 Tecumseh. 
TERRITORY OF MINNESOTA. 

DELEGATE. 

Henry M. Rice, St. Paul. 
TERRITORY OF NEBRASKA. 6 

DELEGATE. 

Napoleon B. Giddings. 6 
TERRITORY OF NEW MEXICO. 

DELEGATE. 

Jose Manuel Gallegos," Albuquerque. 
TERRITORY OF OREGON. 

DELEGATE. 

Joseph Lane, Winchester. 
TERRITORY OF TJTAH. 

DELEGATE. 

John M. Bernhisel, Salt Lake City. 
TERRITORY OF WASHINGTON. 5 

DELEGATE. 

Columbia Lancaster, 9 St. Helena. 



1 Died June a, 1^54. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused bv death of John F. Snod- 
grass, and took his seat December 4, 1854. 

s Formed from territory ceded to the United States by 
France by the treaty of Paris of April 30, 1803, and by the 
State of Texas, in the settlement of her boundaries in 1850; 
erected into a territorial government, and granted a Delegate 
in Congress, by Act of May 30, 1854. 

* Took his seat December 20, 1854. 

5 Formed from a portion of theterritorv ceded to the United 
States by France by the treaty of April* 30, 1803; erected into 



a territorial government, and granted a Delegate in Congress 
by Act of May 30, 1854. 

6 Took his seat January 5, 1855. 

1 Took his seat December 5. 1853; election unsuccessfully 
contested by William Carr Lane. 

8 Formed from territory ceded to the United States by 
France by treaty of April 30, 1803, the northern boundary 
determined by treaty with Great Britain of June 15, 1846; 
territorial government established, and a Delegate in Congress 
provided, by Act of August 14, 1848. 

9 Took his seat April 12, 1854. 



THIRTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. 



MARCH 4, 1855, TO MARCH 3, 1857. 



FIRST SESSION— December 3, 1855, to August 18, 1856. SECOND SESSION— August 
21, 1856, to August 30, 1856. THIRD SESSION— December 1, 1856, to March 3, 
1857. 



VICE PRESIDENT,' 



PRESIDENTS OF THE SENATE PRO TEMPORE— Charles E. 



Stuart,- of Michigan; Jesse D. Bright/ 1 of Indiana; James M. Mason,' of Virginia. SECRETARY 
OF THE SENATE — Asbury Dickens, of North Carolina. 

SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE— Nathaniel P. Banks, 5 of Massachusetts. CLERKS OF THE 
HOUSE — John W. Forney, of Pennsylvania; William Cullom, 1 * of Tennessee. 



ALABAMA. 

SENATORS. 

Benjamin Fitzpatrick. Wetumpka. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Percy Walker, Mobile. 
Eli S. Shorter, Eufaula. 
James F. Dowdell, Chambers. 
William R. Smith, Fayette. 

ARKANSAS. 

SENATORS. 

William K. Sebastian, Helena. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Alfred B. Greenwood, Bentomdlle. 

CALIFORNIA. 

SENATORS. 

John B. Weller, San Francisco. 



James W. Denver, Weaverville. 



Isaac Toucey, Hartford. 

Ezra Clark, jr., Hartford. 
John Woodruff, New Haven. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 

CONNECTICUT. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



Clement C. Clay, jr., Huntsville. 



George S. Houston, Athens 
Williamson R. W. Cobb, Bellefont. 
Sampson W. Harris, Wetumpka. 



Robert W. Johnson, Pine Bluff. 



Albert Rust, El Dorado. 



William M. Gwin, 7 San Francisco. 



Philemon T. Herbert, Mariposa City. 



Lafayette S. Foster, Norwich. 

Sidney Dean, Putnam. 
William W. Welch, Norfolk. 






Vice President William R. King died in preceding Con- third viva voce vote and the fourth vote under a plurality 

ss. resolution adopted that day. 

2 Elected June 9, 1856. « Elected February 4, 1856. 

3 Elected June 11, 1856. 7 Elected for the term commencing March 4, 1855, and took 
« Elected January 6, 1857. his seat February 16, 1857; vacancy from March 4, 1856, to 
<■ Elected February 2, 1856, upon the one hundred and thirty- February 16, 1857. 



198 



THIRTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. 



199 



John M. Clayton, 1 Chippewa. 
Joseph P. Comegys, 2 Dover. 



DELAWARE. 

SENATORS. 

James A. Bayard, Wilmington. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

Elisha D. Cullen, Georgetown. 
FLORIDA. 

SENATORS. 

Stephen R. Mallory, Key West. Da\ i.l L. Yulee, Homasassa. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

Augustus E. Maxwell, Tallahassee. 
GEORGIA. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



Robert Toombs, Washington. 



Alfred Iverson, Columbus. 



James I.. Seward, Thomasville. 
Martin J. Crawford, Columbus. 
Robert P. Trippe, Forsyth. 
Hiram Warner, Greenville. 



John II. Lumpkin, Rome. 
Howell Cobb, Athens. 
Nathaniel G. Foster, Madison. 
Alexander II. Stephens, Crawfordville. 



Stephen A. Douglas, Chicago. 



ILLINOIS. 3 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



Elihu B. Washburne, Galena. 
James H. Woodworth, Chicago. 
Jesse O. Norton, Joliet. 
James Knox, Knoxville. 
William A. Richardson. 4 Quincy. 



Jesse D. Bright, Madison. 

Smith Miller, Pat oka. 
William H. English, Lexington. 
George G. Dunn, Bedford. 
William Cumback, Greensburg. 
David P. Holloway, Richmond. 
Lucien Barbour. Indianapolis. 



INDIANA. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



George W. Jones, Dubuque. 
Augustus Hall," Keosauqua. 



IOWA. 

SENATORS. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

KENTUCKY. 



Lyman Trumbull, Alton. 

Jacob C. Davis, 5 Warsaw. 
Thomas L. Harris, Petersburg. 
James C. Allen, 6 Palestine. 
James L. D. Morrison, 7 Belleville. 
Samuel S. Marshall, 8 McLeansboro. 



Graham N. Fitch, 9 Logansport. 

Harvey D. Scott, Terre Haute. 
Daniel Mace, Lafayette. 
Schuyler Colfax, South Bend. 
Samuel Brenton, Fort Wayne. 
John U. Pettit, Wabash. 



James Harlan, 10 Mount Pleasant. 
James Thorington, Davenport. 



SENATORS. 

John B. Thompson, Harrodsburg. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Henry G. Burnett, Cadiz. 

John "P. Campbell, Belleview. 

Warner L. Underwood, Bowling Green. 

Albert G. Talbott, Danville. 

Joshua H. Jewett, Elizabethtown. 



John J. Crittenden, Frankfort. 

John M. Elliott, Prestonburg. 
Humphrey Marshall, Springport. 
Alexander K. Marshall, Nicholasvil 
LeanderM. Cox, Flemingsburg. 
Samuel F. Swope, Falmouth. 



i Died November 9, 1856. 

2 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by death of John M. 
( 'Union, and took his seat December 4, 1856. 

' House decided, April 10, 1856, that Philip B. Fouke, 
claiming a seat as a member from the Eighth District, was 
not entitled to it, and that the seat was vacant. 

4 Resigned August 25, 1856. 

5 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of William A. 
Richardson, and took his seat December 4, 1856. 

'Election contested by William B. Archer, and seat de- 
clared vacant July 18, 1856; subsequently elected, and took 
his seat December 1, 1856. 



7 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Lyman 
Trumbull, who was elected Senator before the beginning of 
the Congress, and took his seat December 1, 1856. 

8 Election unsuccessfully contested by L. Jay S. Turney. 

9 Elected for the term commencing March 4, 1855, and" took 
his seat February 9, 1857; vacancy in this class from March 4, 
1855, to February 4, 1857. 

10 Seat declared vacant by resolution, January 12, 1857; sub- 
sequently elected, and took his seat January 29, 1857. 

11 Election unsuccessfully contested by R. L. B. Clarke. 



200 



CONGBESSIONAL DIKECTOEY. 



LOUISIANA. 

SENATORS. 

Judah P. Benjamin, New Orleans. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

George Eustis, jr., ' New Orleans. 
Miles Taylor, Donaldsonville. 

MAINE. 

SENATORS. 

Hannibal Hamlin, - Hampden. 
Amos Nourse, 3 BatL. 

REPRESENTATIVES . 

John M. Wood, Portland. 

John J. Perry, Oxford. 

Ebenezer Knowlton, South Montville. 

MAKYLAND. 

SENATORS. 



James A. Pearce, Chestertown. 



REPRESENTATIVES . 



James A. Stewart, Cambridge. 
James B. Ricaud, Chestertown. 
J. Morrison Harris, Baltimore. 



John Slidell, New Orleans. 



Thomas G. Davidson, East Feliciana. 



William Pitt Fessenden, Portland. 



Samuel P. Benson, Winthrop. 
Israel Washburn, jr., Orono. 
Thomas J. D. Fuller, 4 Calais. 



Thomas G. Pratt, Annapolis. 



H. Winter Davis, Baltimore. 
Henry W. Hoffman, Cumberland. 
Thomas F. Bowie, Upper Marlboro. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 

SENATORS. 



Charles Sumner, Boston. 



REPRESENTATIVES . 



Robert B. Hall, Plymouth. 
James Buffinton, Fall River. 
William S. Damrell, Dedham. 
Linus B. Comins, Roxbury. 
Anson Burlingame, Cambridge. 
Timothy Davis, Gloucester. 



Lewis Cass, Detroit. 

William A. Howard, Detroit. 
Henry Waldron, Hillsdale. 



Stephen Adams, Aberdeen. 

Daniel B. Wright, Salem. 
Hendley S. Bennett, Grenada. 
William Barksdale, Columbus. 



MICHIGAN. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 

MISSISSIPPI. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 

MISSOURI. 



Henry Wilson, Natick. 

Nathaniel P. Banks, Waltham 
Chauncey L. Knapp, Lowell. 
Alexander De Witt, Oxford. 
Calvin C. Chaffee, Springfield. 
Mark Trafton, Westfield. 



Charles E. Stuart, Kalamazoo. 



David S. Walbridge, Kalamazoo. 
George W. Peck, Lansing. 



Albert G. Brown, Newton. 

William A. Lake, Vicksburg. 
John A. Quitman, Natchez. 



Henry S. Geyer, St. Louis. 

Luther M. Kennett, St. Louis. 
Gilchrist Porter, Hannibal. 
James J. Lindley, Monticello. 
Mordecai Oliver, Richmond. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



James S. Green, 6 Canton. 



John G. Miller, 6 Boonville. 
Thomas P. Akers, 7 Lexington. 
John S. Phelps, Springfield. 
Samuel Caruthers, Gape Girardeau. 



i Election unsuccessfully contested by Albert Fabre. 

2 Resigned January 7, 1857, having been elected governor. 

3 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Hannibal 
Hamlin, and took his seat January 24, 1857. 

* Election unsuccessfully contested by James A. Mllllken. 



6 Elected for the term commencing March 4, 1855 and took 
his seat January 21, 1857; vacancy in this class from March 
4, 1855, to January 12, 1857. 

« Died May 11, 1856. 

' Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of John G. Miller, 
and took his seat August 18, 1856. 



THIRTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. 



201 



NEW HAMPSHIRE. 



James Bell, 1 Laconia. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



James Pike, South Newmarket. 
Mason W. Tappan, Bradford. 



John R. Thomson, Trenton. 



NEW JERSEY. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Isaiah D. Clawson, Woodstown. 
George R. Robbing, Hamilton Square 
James Bishop, New Brunswick. 



NEW YORK. 



SENATORS. 



William II. Seward, Auburn. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William W. Valk, Flushing. 
James S. T. Stranahan, Brooklyn. 
Guy R. Pelton, New York. 
John Kelly, New York. 
Thomas R. Whitney, New York. 
John Wheeler, New York. 
Thomas Childs, jr., 2 New York. 
Abram Wakeman, New York. 
Bayard Clarke, New York. 
Ambrose S. Murray, Goshen. 
Rufus H. King, Catskill. 
Killian Miller, Hudson. 
Russell Sage, Troy. 
Samuel Dickson, New Scotland. 
Edward Dodd, Argyle. 
George A. Simmons, Keeseville. 
Francis E. Spinner, Mohawk. 



John P. Hale, Dover. 



Aaron II. Cragin, Lebanon. 



William Wright, Newark. 



George Vail, Morristown. 

Alexander C. M. Pennington, Newark. 



Hamilton Fish, New York. 

Thomas R. Horton, Fultonville. 
Jonas A. Hughston, Delhi. 
Orsamus B. Matteson, 3 Utica. 
Henry Bennett, New Berlin. 
Andrew Z. McCarty, Pulaski. 
William A. Gilbert, 3 Adams. 
Amos P. Granger, Syracuse. 
Edwin B. Morgan, Aurora. 
Andrew Oliver, Penn Yan. 
John M. Parker, Owego. 
William H. Kelsey, Geneseo. 
John Williams, Rochester. 
Benjamin Pringle, Batavia. 
Thomas T. Flagler, Lockport. 
Solomon G. Haven, Buffalo. 
Francis S. Edwards, 4 Fredonia. 



NORTH CAROLINA. 



David S. Reid, Pleasantville. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Robert T. Paine, Edenton. 
Thamas Ruffin, Goldsboro. 
Warren Winslow, Fayette ville. 
Lawrence O'B. Branch, Raleigh. 



OHIO. 



Asa Biggs, Williamston. 



Edwin G. Reade, Roxboro. 
Richard C. Puryear, Huntsville. 
Burton Craige, Salisbury. 
Thomas L. Clingman, Asheville. 



SENATORS. 



Benjamin F. Wade, Jefferson. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Timothy C. Day, Cincinnati. 
John Scott Harrison, Clevea. 
Lewis D. Campbell, Hamilton. 
Matthias H. Nichols, Lima. 
Richard T. Mott, Toledo. 
Joseph R. Emrie, Hillsboro. 
Aaron Harlan, Yellow Springs. 
Benjamin Stanton, Bellefontaine. 
Cooper, K. Watson, Tiffin. 
Oscar F. Moore, Portsmouth. 
Valentine B. Horton, Pomeroy. 



George E. Pugh, Cincinnati. 



Samuel Galloway, Columbus. 
John Sherman, Mansfield. 
Philemon Bliss, Elyria. 
William R. Sapp, Mount Vernon. 
Edward Ball, Zanesville. 
Charles J. Albright, Cambridge. 
Benjamin F. Leiter, Canton. 
Edward Wade, Cleveland. 
Joshua R. Giddings, Jefferson. 
John A. Bingham, Cadiz. 



> Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Charles G. Ather- 
ton, in preceding Congress, and took his seat December 4, 1855. 
' Never took his seat owing to prolonged illness. 



a Resigned February 27, 1857. 
> Resigned February 28, 1857. 



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CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY. 



PENNSYLVANIA. 



Richard Brodhead, Easton. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Thomas B. Florence, Philadelphia. 
Job R. Tyson, Philadelphia. 
William Millward, Philadelphia. 
Jacob Broom, Philadelphia. 
John Cadwalader, Philadelphia. 
John Hickman, West Chester. 
Samuel C. Bradshaw, Quakertown. 
J. Glancy Jones, Reading. 
Anthony E. Roberts, Lancaster. 
John C. Kunkel, Harrisburg. 
James H. Campbell, Pottsville. 
Henry M. Fuller, Wilkes-Barre. 
Asa Packer, Mauch Chunk. 



William Bigler, Philadelphia. 



Galusha A. Grow, Glenwood. 
John J. Pearce, Williamsport. 
Lemuel Todd, Carlisle. 
David F. Robison, Chambersburg. 
John R. Edie, Somerset. 
John Covode, Lockport. 
Jonathan Knight, East Bethlehem. 
David Ritchie, Pittsburgh. 
Samuel A. Purviance, Butler. 
John Allison, New Brighton. 
David Barclay, Punxsutawney. 
John Dick, Meadville. 



RHODE ISLAND. 



SENATORS. 

Charles T. James, Providence. Philip Allen, Providence. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 



Nathaniel B. Durfee, Tiverton. 



Benjamin B. Thurston, Hopkinton. 



SOUTH CAROLINA. 



Andrew P. Butler, Edgefield. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John McQueen, Marlboro. 
William Aiken, Charleston. 
Lawrence M. Keitt, 1 Orangeburg. 



Josiah J. Evans, Society Hill. 



Preston S. Brooks, 2 Ninety-Six. 
James L. Orr, Anderson. 
William W. Boyce, Winnsboro. 



John Bell, Nashville. 



TENNESSEE. 

SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Albert G. Watkins, Panther Springs. 
William H. Sneed, Knoxville. 
Samuel A. Smith, Charleston. 
John H. Savage, Smithville. 
Charles Ready, Murfreesboro. 



Sam Houston, Huntsville. 



Lemuel D. Evans, Marshall. 



Solomon Foot, Rutland. 



TEXAS. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 

VERMONT. 

SENATORS. 



James C. Jones, Memphis. 



George W. Jones, Fayetteville. 
John V. Wright, Purdy. 
Felix K. Zoilicoffer, Nashville. 
Emerson Etheridge, Dresden. 
Thomas Rivers, Somerville. 



Thomas J. Rusk, Nacogdoches! 



Peter H. Bell, Austin. 



Jacob Collamer, Woodstock 






REPRESENTATIVES. 



James Meacham, 3 Middlebury. 
George T. Hodges, 4 Rutland. 



Justin S. Morrill, Strafford. 
Alvah Sabin, Georgia. 



' Resigned July 10, 1850; subsequently elected, and took his 3 Died August 23, 1850. 

seat August 0, 1856. 4 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of James Meacham, 

2 Resigned July 14, 1S56; subsequently elected, and took his and took his seat December 1, 1850. 
seat August 1, 1850; died January 27, 1857. 



THIRTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. 203 

VIRGINIA. 

SENATORS. 

Robert M. T. Hunter, Lloyds. James M. Mason, Winchester. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Thomas H. Bayly, 1 Accomac. William Smith, Warrenton. 

Muscoe R. H. Garnett, 2 Lloyds. Charles J. Faulkner, Martinsburg. 

John S Millson, Norfolk. John Letcher, Lexington. 

John S. Caskie, Richmond. Zedekiah Kidwell, Fairmount. 

William O. Goode, Boydtou. John S. Carlile, Clarksburg. 

Thomas S. Bocock, Appomattox. Henry A. Edmundson, Salem. 

Paulus Powell, Amherst. Fayette McMullen, Rye Cove. 

WISCONSIN. 

SENATORS. 

Henry Dodge, Dodgeville. Charles Uurkee, Kenosha. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Daniel Wells, jr., Milwaukee. Charles Billingshurst, Juneau. 

Cadwallader C. Washburn, Mineral Point. 

TERRITORY OF KANSAS. 

DELEGATE. 

John W. Whitfield, 3 Teeumseh. 
TERRITORY OF MINNESOTA. 

DELEGATE. 

Henry M. Rice, St. Paul. 
TERRITORY OF NEBRASKA. 

DELEGATE. 

Bird B. ('hapman, 4 Omaha City. 
TERRITORY OF NEW MEXICO. 

DELEGATES. 

Jose Manuel Gallegos, 5 Albuquerque. Miguel A. Otero, 6 Albuquerque. 

TERRITORY OF OREGON. 

DELEGATE. 

Joseph Lane, Winchester. 
TERRITORY OF UTAH. 

DELEGATE. 

John M. Bernhisel, Salt Lake City. 
TERRITORY OF WASHINGTON. 

DELEGATE. 

J. Patton Anderson, Olympia. 

' Died June 23, 1856. < Election unsuccessfully contested by Hiram P. Bennett. 

! Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Thomas H. Bayly, s Served unlil July 23, 1856; succeeded bv Miguel A. Otero 

and look his seat December 1, 1856. who contested his election. 

3 Election unsuccessfully contested by Andrew II. Reeder, 6 Successfully contested the election of Jose Manuel Gallegos 

but seat was declared vacant August 1, 1856. and took his seat July 23, 1850. 



THIRTY-FIFTH CONGRESS. 



MARCH 4, 1857, TO MARCH 3, 1859. 



FIRST SESSION— December 7, 1857, to June 14, 1858. SECOND SESSION— December 6, 
1858, to March 3, 1859. SPECIAL SESSION OF THE SENATE— March 4, 1857, to 
March 14, 1857; June 15, 1858 to June 16, 1858. 



VICE PRESIDENT— John C. Breckinridge, of Kentucky. PRESIDENTS OF THE SENATE PRO 
TEMPORE— James M. Mason, 1 of Virginia; 1 Thomas J. Rusk, 2 of Texas; Benjamin Fitzpatrick, 3 of 
Alabama. SECRETARY OF THE SENATE— Asbury Dickens, of North Carolina. 

SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE— James L. Orr, of South Carolina. CLERK OF THE HOUSE— 
James C. Allen, of Illinois. 



ALABAMA. 

SENATORS. 

Benjamin Fitzpatrick, We'tumpka. Clement C. Clay, jr., Huntsville. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

James A. Stallworth, Evergreen. George S. Houston, Athens. 

Eli S. Shorter, Eufaula. Williamson R, W. Cobb, Bellefont. 

James P. Dowdell, Chambers. Jabez L. M. Curry, Talladega. 
Sydenham Moore, Greensboro. 

ARKANSAS. 

SENATORS. 

William K. Sebastian, Helena. Robert W. Johnson, Pine Bluff. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Alfred B. Greenwood, Bentonville. Edward A. Warren, Camden. 

CALIFORNIA. 

SENATORS. 

William M. Gwin, San Francisco. David C. Broderick, San Francisco. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Joseph C. McKibbin, Downieville. Charles L. Scott, Sonora. 

CONNECTICUT. 

SENATORS. 

Lafayette S. Foster, Norwich. James Dixon, Hartford. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Ezra Clark, jr., Hartford. Sidney Dean, Putnam. 

Samuel Arnold, Haddam. William D. Bishop, Bridgeport. 

i Elected March 4, 1857 (special session of the Senate). 3 Elected December 7, 1857; March 29, 1&5S; June 14, 1858; 

- Elected March 14, 1857 (special session of the Senate). January 25, 1859. 

204 



THIRTY-FIFTH CONGRESS. 
DELAWARE. 

SENATORS. 

Jame3 A. Bayard, Wilmington. Marlin \V. Bates, 1 Dover. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

William G. Whiteley, New Castle. 
FLORIDA. 

SENATORS. 

Stephen K. Mallory, Key West. David L. Yulee, Homasassa. 

KEPRESENTATIVE. 

George S. Hawkins, Pensacola. 
GEORGIA. 



205 



SENATORS. 



Robert Toombs, Washington. 



Alfred Iverson, Columbus. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



James L. Seward, Thomasville. 
Martin J. Crawford, Columbus. 
Robert P. Trippe, Forsyth. 
Lucius J. Gartrell, Atlanta. 



ILLINOIS. 



Augustus R. Wright, Rome. 

James Jackson, Athens. 

Joshua Hill, Madison. 

Alexander H. Stephens, Crawfordville. 



Stephen A. Douglas, Chicago. 



SENATORS. 



Lyman Trumbull, Alton. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Elihu B. Washburne, Galena. 
John F. Farnsworth, Chicago. 
Owen Lovejoy, Princeton. 
William Kellogg, Canton. 
Isaac N. Morris, Quincy. 



INDIANA. 



Thomas L. Harris, 2 Petersburg. 
Charles D. Hodges, 3 Carrollton. 
Aaron Shaw, Lawrenceville. 
Robert Smith, Alton. 
Samuel S. Marshall, McLeansboro. 



SENATORS. 



Jesse D. Bright, Joffersonville. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



James Lockhart, 5 Evansville. 
William E. Niblaek, 6 Vincennes. 
William H. English, Lexington. 
James Hughes, Bloomington. 
James B. Foley, Greensburg. 
David Kilgore, York town. 
James M. Gregg, Danville. 



Graham N. Fitch, Logansport. 



John G. Davis, Rockville. 
James Wilson, Crawfordsville. 
Schuyler Colfax, South Bend. 
Samuel Brenton, 7 Fort Wayne. 
Charles Case, 8 Fort Wayne. 
John U. Pettit, Wabash. 



1 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of John M. Clayton, 
in preceding Congress, and took his seat March 4, 1857 (special 
session of the Senate). 

2 Died November 24, 1858. 

» Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Thomas L. Harris, 
and took his seat January 20, 1859. 

* A protest of certain members of the legislature was pre- 
sented in the preceding Congress against the legality of the 
election of both Mr. Fitch and Mr. Bright, setting out " they 
were not elected by the legislature, but by a convocation of a 
portion of the members thereof, not authorized by state law, 
legislative resolution, or Constitutiona provision"; both the 
Senators were seated upon their credentials, and the creden- 
tials and protest were referred to the committee on the Judi- 
ciary; the committee reported. May 24, 1858, that the sitting 
Senators were entitled to their seats, and this report was agreed 



to June 12, 1S5S. On January 24, 1859, a memorial of the 
State of Indiana was presented representing that it was the 
wish of the state that Henry S. Lane and William M. McCarty 
be admitted to seats as the only legally-chosen Senators; 
February 3, 1859, the Senate committee on the Judiciary, to 
whom were referred the memorial, reported there was no 
vacancy in the Setatefrom the State of Indiana, and that the 
election of Messrs. Lane and McCarthy was void; the Senate 
agreed to this report, February 14, ls.59. 

& Died September 7, 1857 — before the convening of the 
Congress. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of James Lockhart, 
and took his seat December 7, 1857. 

' Died March 29, 1857. 

8 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Samuel BrentOQ, 
and took his seat December 7, 1857. 



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CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY. 
IOWA. 



George W. Jones, Dubuque. 
Samuel R. Curtis, Keokuk. 



SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 

KENTUCKY. 

SENATORS. 

John B. Thompson, Harrodsburg. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Henry C. Burnett, Cadiz. 

Samuel O. Peyton, Hartford. 

Warner L. Underwood, Bowling Green. 

Albert G. Talbott, Danville. 

Joshua H. Jewett, Elizabethtown. 

LOUISIANA. 

SENATORS. 

Judah P. Benjamin, New Orleans. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

George Eustis, jr., New Orleans. 
Miles Taylor, Donaldsonville. 

MAINE. 

SENATORS. 

William Pitt Fessenden, Portland. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

John M. Wood, Portland. 
Charles J. Gilman, Brunswick. 
Nehemiah Abbott, Belfast. 

MARYLAND. 

SENATORS. 

James A. Pearce, Chestertown. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



James A. Stewart, Cambridge. 
James B. Ricaud, Chestertown. 
J. Morrison Harris, 1 Baltimore. 



James Harlan, Mount Pleasant. 
Timothy Davis, Dubuque. 

John J. Crittenden, Frankfort. 



John M. Elliott, Prestonburg, 
Humphrey Marshall, Springport. 
James B. Clay, Lexington. 
John C. Mason, Owingsville. 
John W. Stevenson, Covington. 



John Slidell, New Orleans. 



Thomas G. Davidson, East Feliciana. 
John M. Sandidge, Pineville. 



Hannibal Hamlin, Hampden. 



Freeman H. Morse, Bath. 
Israel Washburn, jr., Orono. 
Stephen C. Foster, Pembroke. 



Anthony Kennedy, Baltimore. 



H. Winter Davis, 2 Baltimore. 
Jacob M. Kunkel, Frederick. 
Thomas F. Bowie, Upper Marlboro. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 

SENATORS. 



Charles Sumner, 3 Boston. 



REPRESE NTATIVE S . 



Robert B. Hall, Plymouth. 
James Buffinton, Fall River. 
William S. Damrell, Dedham. 
Linus B. Comins, Boston. 
Anson Burlingame, Cambridge. 
Timothy Davis, Gloucester. 



Charles E. Stuart, Kalamazoo. 



William A. Howard, Detroit. 
Henry Waldron, Hillsdale. 



MICHIGAN. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



Henry Wilson, Natick. 

Nathaniel P. Banks.' Waltham. 
Daniel W. Gooch, 5 Melrose. 
Chauncey L. Knapp, Lowell. 
Eli Thayer, Worcester. 
Calvin C. Chaffee, Springfield. 
Henry L. Dawes, North Adams. 



Zachariah Chandler, Detroit. 

David S. Walbridge, Kalamazoo. 
DeWitt C. Leach, Lansing. 



i Election unsuccessfully contested by William Pinkney * Resigned December 24, 1857. 
Whyte. ' Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Nathaniel 

2 Election unsuccessfully contested by Henry P. Brooks. P. Banks, and took his seat January 21, 1S5S. 

3 Owing to ill health was present in this Congress but one 
day (December 7, 1857). 



THIRTY-FIFTH CONGRESS. 



207 



MINNESOTA.' 

SENATORS. 

Henry M. Rice, 2 St. Paul. James Shields, 3 St. Paul. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

James M. Cavanaugh, 4 Chatfleld. William W. Phelps, 4 Red Wing. 

MISSISSIPPI. 



Albert G. Brown, Newton. 

Lucius Q. C. Lamar, Abbeville 
Reuben Davis, Aberdeen. 
William Barksdale, Columbus. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



MISSOURI. 



Jefferson Davis, Hurricane. 

Otho R. Singleton, Canton. 
John A. Quitman, 5 Natchez. 
John J. McRae, State Line. 



James S. Green, Canton. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Francis P. Blair, jr., St. Louis. 
Thomas L. Anderson, Palmvra. 
John B. Clark, Fayette. 
James Craig, St. Joseph. 



Trusten Polk, St. Louis. 

Samuel H. Woodson, Independence. 
John S. Phelps, Springfield. 
Samuel Caruthers, Cape Girardeau. 



NEW HAMPSHIRE. 



James Bell, 7 Laeonia. 
Daniel Clark, 8 Manchester. 

James Pike, Sanbornton Bridge. 
Mason W. Tappan, Bradford. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John P. Hale, Dover. 



Aaron H. Cragin, Lebanon. 



NEW JERSEY. 



SENATORS. 



John R. Thomson, Princeton. William Wright, Newark. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 



Isaiah D. Clawson, Woodstown. 
George R. Robbins, Hamilton Square. 
Garnett B. Adrian, New Brunswick. 



John Huyler, Hackensack. 

Jacob R. Wortendyke, Jersey City. 



NEW YORK. 



William H. Seward, Auburn. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John A. Searing, Hempstead Branch. 
George Taylor, Brooklyn. 
Daniel E. Sickles, New York. 
John Kelly, 9 New York. 
Thomas J. Barr, 10 New York. 
William B. Maclay, New York. 
John Cochrane, New York. 
Elijah Ward, New York. 
Horace F. Clark, New York. 
John B. Haskin, Fordham. 
Ambrose S. Murray, Goshen. 
William F. Russell, Saugerties. 
John Thompson, Poughkeepsie. 
Abram B. Olin, Troy. 
Erastus Corning, Albany. 
Edward Dodd, Argyle. 
George W. Palmer, Plattsburg. 



Preston King, Ogdensburg. 

Francis E. Spinner, Mohawk. 
Clark B. Cochrane, Schenectady. 
Oliver A . Morse, Cherry Valley. 
Orsamus B. Matteson, fjtica. 
Henry Bennett, New Berlin. 
Henry C. Goodwin, Hamilton. 
Charles B. Hoard, Watertown. 
Amos P. Granger, Syracuse. 
Edwin B. Morgan, Aurora. 
Emory B. Pottle, Naples. 
John M. Parker, Owego. 
William H. Kelsey, Geneseo. 
Samuel G. Andrews, Rochester. 
Judson W. Sherman, Angelica. 
Silas M. Burroughs, Medina. 
Israel T. Hatch,' Buffalo. 
Reuben E. Fenton, Frewsburg. 



• Admitted as a State into the Union May 11, 1858. 

' Took his seat May 12, 1858; terra to expire, as determined 
by lot, March 3, 1863. 

3 Took his seat May 12, 1858; term to expire, as determined 
by lot, March 3, 1859. 

< Took his seat May 22, 185S. 

' Died July 17, 1858. 

» Elected to fill vacancy caused by deal h of John A. Quitman, 
and took his seat December 7, 1S58. 



' Died May 2f., 1857. 

8 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of James Bell, and 
took his seat December 7, 1857. 

s Resigned December 25, 1858. 

10 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of John Kelly, 
took his seat January 17,1859. 



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CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY. 



NORTH CAROLINA. 



David S. Reid, Pleasant ville. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Henry M. Shaw, Indian Town. 
Thomas Ruffin, Goldsboro. 
Warren Winslow, Fayette ville. 
Lawrence O'B. Branch, Raleigh. 
John A. Gilmer, Greensboro. 



Benjamin F. Wade, Jefferson. 



OHIO. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



George H. Pendleton, Cincinnati. 
William S. Groesbeck, Cincinnati. 
Lewis D. Campbell, 5 Hamilton. 
Clement L. Vallandigham, 6 Dayton. 
Matthias H. Nichols, Lima. 
Richard T. Mott, Toledo. 
Joseph R. Cockerill, West Union. 
Aaron Harlan, Yellow Springs. 
Benjamin Stanton, Belief ontaine. 
Lawrence W. Hall, Bucyrus. 
Joseph Miller, Chillicothe. 



Asa Biggs, 1 Williamston. 
Thomas L. Clingman, 2 Asheville. 



Alfred M. Scales, Madison. 
Burton Craige, Salisbury. 
Thomas L. Clingman, 3 Asheville. 
Zebulon B. Vance, 4 Asheville. 



George E. Pugh, Cincinnati. 



Valentine B. Horton, Pomeroy. 

Samuel S. Cox, Columbus. 

John Sherman, Mansfield. 

Philemon Bliss, Elyria. 

Joseph Burns, Coshocton. 

Cydnor B. Tompkins, McConnellsville. 

William Lawrence, Washington. 

Benjamin F. Leiter, Canton. 

Edward Wade, Cleveland. 

Joshua R. Giddings, Jefferson 

John A. Bingham, Cadiz. 



OREGON. 7 

SENATORS. 

Joseph Lane, 8 Winchester. Delazon Smith, 9 Portland. 

REPRESENTATIVE . 

La Fayette Grover, 10 Salem. 
PENNSYLVANIA. 



William Bigler, Clearfield. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Thomas B. Florence, Philadelphia. 
Edward Joy Morris, Philadelphia. 
James Landy, Philadelphia. 
Henry M. Phillips, Philadelphia. 
Owen Jones, Cabinet. 
John Hickman, West Chester. 
Henry Chapman, Doylestown. 
J. Glancy Jones, 11 Reading. 
William H. Keim, 12 Reading. 
Anthony E. Roberts, Lancaster. 
John C. Kunkel, Harrisburg. 
William L. Dewart, Sunbury. 
John G. Montgomery, 13 
Paul Leidy, 14 Danville. 



Simon Cameron, Harrisburg. 



William H. Dimmick, Honesdale. 
Galusha A. Grow, Glen wood. 
Allison White, Lock Haven. 
John A. Ahl, Newville. 
Wilson Reilly, Chambersburg. 
John R. Edie, Somerset. 
John Covode, Lockport. 
William Montgomery, Washington. 
David Ritchie, Pittsburgh. 
Samuel A. Purviance, Butler. 
William Stewart, Mercer. 
James L. Gillis, Ridgeway. 
John Dick, Meadville. 



1 Resigned in May, 1858. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused bj T resignation of Asa Biggs, 
and took his seat December 6, 1858; subsequently elected. 

3 Resigned in October, 1858, having been elected Senator. 

4 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Thomas L. 
Clingman, and took his seat December 7, 1858. 

'Served until May 25, 1858; succeeded by Clement L. Val- 
landingham, who contested his election. 

6 Successfully contested the election of Lewis D. Campbell, 
and took his seat May 25, 1858. 

; Admitted as a State into the Union February 14, 1859. 



8 Took his seat February 14, 1859; term to expire, as deter- 
mined by lot, March 3, 1861. 

9 Took his seat February 14, 1859; term to expire, as deter- 
mined by lot, March 3, 1859. 

i° Took his seat February .15, 1S59. 

ii Resigned October 30, 1858. 

12 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignat ion of J. Glancy 
Jones, and took his seat December 7, 1858. 

"Died April 24, 1857. 

» Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of John G. Mont- 
gomery, and took his seat December 7, 1857. 



THIRTY-FIFTH CONGRESS. 



209 



RHODE ISLAND. 

SENATORS. 

Philip Allen, Providence. James F. Simmons, Providence. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Nathaniel B. Durfee, Tiverton. William D. Brayton, Warwick. 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 



SENATORS. 



Andrew P. Butler,' Edgefield. 
James H. Hammond, 2 Beech Island. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John McQueen, Marlboro. 
William P. Miles, Charleston. 
Lawrence M. Keitt, Orangeburg. 



John Bell, Nashville. 



TENNESSEE. 



SENATORS 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Albert G. Watkins, Panther Springs. 
Horace Maynard, Knoxville. 
Samuel A. Smith, Charleston. 
John H. Savage, Smithville. 
Charles Ready, Murfreesboro. 



Sam Houston, Huntsville. 



John II. Reagan, Palestine. 



Solomon Foot,. Rutland. 



TEXAS. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Josiah J. Evans, 3 Society Hill. 
Arthur P. Hayne, 4 Charleston. 
James Chesnut, jr., 5 Kershaw. 



Milledge L. Bonham, Edgefield. 
James L. Orr, Anderson. 
William W. Boyce, Monticello. 



Andrew Johnson, Greeneville. 



George W. Jones, Fayetteville. 
John V. Wright, Purdy. 
Felix K. Zollicoffer, Nashville. 
John D. C. Atkins, Paris. 
William T. Avery, Memphis. 



Thomas J. Rusk, 6 Nacogdoches. 

J. Pinckney Henderson, 7 Marshville. 

Matthias Ward, 8 Jefferson. 



Guy M. Bryan, Brazoria. 



VERMONT. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Ezekiel P. Walton, Montpelier. 
Justin S. Morrill, Strafford. 



Jacob Collamer, Woodstock. 



Homer E. Royce, Berkshire. 



VIRGINIA. 



Robert M. T. Hunter, Lloyds. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Muscoe R. H. Garnett, Lovettsville. 
John S. Millson, Norfolk. 
John S. Caskie, Richmond. 
William O. Goode, Boydton. 
Thomas S. Bocock, Appomattox. 
Paulus Powell, Amherst. 
William Smith, Warrenton. 



James M. Mason, Winchester. 



Charles J. Faulkner, Martinsburg. 
John Letcher, Lexington. 
Sherrard Clemens, WTieeling. 
Albert G. Jenkins, Green Bottom. 
Henry A. Edmundson, Salem. 
George W. Hopkins, Abington. 



1 Died May 25, 1857. 5 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Josiah J. Evans 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death ol Andrew P. Butler, and took his seat January 5, 1859. 
and took his seat January 7, 1858. " 6 Died July 29, 1857. 

3 Died May 6, 1858. 7 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Thomas J. Rusk, 

4 Appointed tofill vacancy caused by death of Josiah J. Evans, and took his seat March 1, 1858; died June 4, 1858. 

and took his seat May 20, 1858. 8 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by death of J. Pinckney 

Henderson, and took his seat December 6, 1858. 



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210 CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY. 

WISCONSIN. 

SENATORS. 

Charles Durkee, Kenosha. ' James R. Doolittle, Racine. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

John F. Potter, East Troy. Charles Billinghurst, Juneau. 

CadwalladerC. Washburn, Mineral Point. 

TERRITORY OF KANSAS. 

DELEGATE. 

Marcus J. Parrott, Leavenworth. 
TERRITORY OF MINNESOTA. 1 

DELEGATE. 

William W. Kingsbury, 2 Endion. 
TERRITORY OF NEBRASKA. 

DELEGATE. 

Fenner Ferguson, 3 Belleview. 
TERRITORY OF NEW MEXICO. 

DELEGATE. 

Miguel A. Otero, Albuquerque. 
TERRITORY OF OREGON. 4 

DELEGATE. 

Joseph Lane, 5 Winchester. 
TERRITORY OF UTAH. 

DELEGATE. 

John M. Bernhisel, Salt Lake City. 
TERRITORY OF WASHINGTON. 

DELEGATE. 

Isaac I. Stevens, Olympia. 

i Erected into a state May 11, 1858. * Erected into a state February 14, 1859. 

2 Served until May 11, 1858, when the territory was elevated & Served until February 14, 1S59, when the territory was 
to statehood. elevated to statehood; then became one of the Senators from 

3 Election unsuccessfully contested by Bird B. Chapman. the new state. 



THIRTY-SIXTH CONGRESS. 



MARCH 4, 1859, TO MARCH 3, 1861. 



FIRST SESSION— December 5, 1859, to June 25, 1860. SECOND SESSION— December 3, 
I860, to March 3, 1861. SPECIAL SESSIONS OF THE SENATE— March 4, 1859, to 
March 10, 1859; June 26, 1860, to June 28, 1860. 



VICE PRESIDENT— John C. Breckinridge, of Kentucky. PRESIDENTS OF THE SENATE PRO 
TEMPORE— Benjamin Fitzpatrick, 1 of Alabama. Jesse D. Bright, 2 of Indiana; Solomon Foot, 3 of Ver- 
mont. SECRETARY OF THE SENATE— Asbury Dickens, of North Carolina. 

SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE— William Pennington, of New Jersey. CLERKS OF THE HOUSE— 
James C. Allen, of Illinois; John W. Forney, 4 of Pennsylvania. 



ALABAMA.'' 

SENATORS. 

Benjamin Fitzpatrick, 6 Wetumpka. Clement C. Clay, jr., 6 Hunteville. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



James A. Stallwork, 7 Evergreen. 
James L. Pugh, 7 Eufaula. 
David Clopton,' Tuskegee. 
Sydenham Moore, 7 Greensboro. 



George S. Houston, 7 Athens. 
Williamson R. W. Cobb, 8 Bellefonte. 
Jabez L. M. Curry, 7 Talladega. 



ARKANSAS. 



SENATORS. 

William K. Sebastian, Helena. Robert W. Johnson, Pine Bluff. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Thomas C. Hindman, Helena. Albert Rust, Little Rock. 

CALIFORNIA. 



SENATORS. 



William M. Gwin, San Francisco. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Charles L. Scott, Sonora. 



David C. Broderick, 9 San Francisco. 
Henry P. Haun, 10 Marysville. 
Milton S. Latham," San Francisco. 



John C. Burch, Weaverville. 



1 Elected March 9, 1859 (special session); December 19, 1859; 
February 20, 1860; June 26, 1800, In special session. 

: Elected June 12. 1860. 

s Elected February 10, 1801. 

« Elected February 3, 1860. 

6 Secededfrom the Union January 11, 1801. 

• On January 21, 1861, David L. Yulee. Stephen R. Mallory, 
Clement C. Clay, jr.. Benjamin Fitzpatrick, and Jefferson 
Davis announced in the Senate their intention to withdraw 
from the body, and they did withdraw. The Senate Journal 
of the date makes no record or notice of the action. On the 
day following the Vice President was directed to fill vacancies 
In the standing committees, and on January 24, 1861, the Vice 



President announced the appointment of members to fill places 
upon the standing committees, including assignments thereto- 
fore held by the Senators named. 

' Presented a signed communication declaring his intention 
and withdrew January 21, 1861. 

» Presented asigned communication declaring his intention 
and withdrew January 30, 1861. 

s Died September 16, 1859. 

>° Appointed to fill vacancy caused by death of David C. 
Brodenck, and took his seat December 5, 1859. 

11 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of David C. Brod- 
erick, and took his seat March 5, 1860. 

211 



212 



CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY. 
CONNECTICUT. 



SENATORS. 

Lafayette S. Foster, Norwich. James Dixon, Hartford. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 



Dwight Loomia, Rockville. 
John Woodruff, New Haven. 



Alfred A. Burnham, Windham. 
Orris S. Ferry, Norwalk. 



DELAWARE. 



SENATORS. 

James A. Bayard, Wilmington. Willard Saulsbury, Georgetown. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

William G. Whiteley, New Castle. 
FLORIDA. 1 

SENATORS. 

Stephen R. Mallory, 2 Pensacola. David L. Yulee, 2 Homasassa. 

REPRESENTATIVE . 

George S. Hawkins, Pensacola. 
GEORGIA. 3 



Robert Toombs, 4 Washington. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Peter E. Love, 6 Thomasville. 
Martin J. Crawford, 6 Columbus. 
Thomas Hardeman, jr., 6 Macon. 
Lucius J. Gartrell, 6 Atlanta. 



Stephen A. Douglas, Chicago. 



ILLINOIS. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Elihu B. Washburne, Galena. 
John F. Farnsworth, Chicago. 
Owen Lovejoy, Princeton. 
William Kellogg, Canton. 
Isaac N. Morris, Quincy. 



Alfred Iverson, 5 Columbus. 



John W. H. Underwood, 6 Rome. 
James Jackson, 6 Athens. 
Joshua Hill, 7 Madison. 
John J. Jones, 6 Waynesboro. 



Lyman Trumbull, Alton. 



John A. McClernand, Springfield. 
James C. Robinson, Marshall. 
Philip B. Fouke, Belleville. 
John A. Logan, Benton. 



INDIANA. 



SENATORS. 



Jesse D. Bright, Jeffersonville. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William E. Niblack, Vincennes. 
William H. English, Lexington. 
William M. Dunn, Madison. 
William S. Holman, Lawrenceburg. 
David Kilgore, Muncietown. 
Albert G. Porter, Indianapolis. 



Graham N. Fitch, Logansport. 



John G. Davis, Rockville. 
James Wilson, Crawfordsville. 
Schuyler Colfax, South Bend. 
Charles Case, Fort Wayne. 
John U. Pettit, Wabash. 



■ Seceded from the Union January 11, 1861. 
J Withdrew Jannary 21, 1801. 
3 Seceded from the Union January 28, 1861. 
* Did not occupy his seat after February 4, 1861. 
6 Presented a signed communication declaring his intention 
and withdrew January 28, 1861. 



6 Joined with his colleagues in presenting a signed com- 
munication declaring their intention, and withdrew January 
23, 1861. 

7 Resigned January 23, 1861, (in written communication 
addressed to the Speaker. J 



THIRTY-SIXTH CONGRESS. 
IOWA. 



213 



James Harlan, Mount Pleasant. 



Samuel R. Curtis, Keokuk. 



SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 

KENTUCKY. 

SENATORS. 



John J. Crittenden, Frankfort. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 

Henry C. Burnett, Cadiz. 
Samuel 0. Peyton, Hartford. 
Francis M. Bristow, Elkton. 
William C. Anderson, 1 Danville. 
John Young Brown, Elizabeth town. 

LOTJISIANA.- 

SENATORS. 

Judah P. Benjamin, 3 New Orleans. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

John E' Bouligny, New Orleans. 
Miles Taylor, 5 Donaldsonville. 

MAINE. 

SENATORS. 

William Pitt Fessenden, Portland. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Daniel E. Somes, Biddeford. 
John J. Perry, Oxford. 
Ezra B. French, Damariscotta. 
Freeman H. Morse, Bath. 



James A. Pearce, Chestertown. 



James A. Stewart, Cambridge. 
Edwin H. Webster, Belair. 
J. Morrison Harris, Baltimore. 



MARYLAND. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



James W. Grimes, Burlington. 
William Vandever Dubuque. 

Lazarus W. Powell, Henderson. 



Green Adams, Barboursville. 
Robert Mallory, Lagrange. 
William E. Simms, Paris. 
Laban T. Moore, Louisa. 
John W. Stevenson, Covington. 



John Slidell, 3 New Orleans. 



Thomas G. Davidson, 4 Baton Rouge. 
John M. Landrum, 4 Shreveport. 



Hannibal Hamlin, 6 Hampden. 
Lot M. Morrill, 7 Augusta. 



Israel Washburn, jr., s Orono. 
Stephen Coburn, 9 Skowhegan. 
Stephen C. Foster, Pembroke. 



Anthony Kennedy, Baltimore. 



H. Winter Davis, Baltimore. 
Jacob M. Kunkel, Frederick. 
George W. Hughes, West River. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 



Charles Sumner, Boston. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Thomas D. Eliot, New Bedford. 
James Buffington, Fall River. 
Charles F. Adams, Quincy. 
Alexander H. Rice, Boston. 
Anson Burlingame, Cambridge. 
John B. Alley, Lynn. 



Henry Wilson, Natiek. 



Daniel W. Gooch, Melrose. 
< harles R. Train, Framingham. 
Eli Thayer, Worcester. 
Charles Delano, Northampton. 
Henry L. Dawes, North Adams. 



1 Election unsuccessfully contested by James 8. Chisman. 

2 Seceded from the Union January 26, 1861. 

* Presented a signed communication declaring his intention 
and withdrew January 28, 1861. 
' Did not occupy his seat after February 5, 1861. 
6 Bade formal adieu and withdrew February 5, 1861. 



s Resigned to take effect January 17, 1861. 

' Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Hannibal 
Hamlin, and took his seat January 17, 1861. 

8 Resigned, to take effect January 1, 1861. 

"Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Israel Wash- 
burn, jr., and took his seat January 2, 1861. 



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CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY. 
MICHIGAN. 



SENATORS. 

Zachariah Chandler, Detroit. Kingsley S. Bingham, Kensington. 



George B. Cooper, 1 Jackson. 
William A. Howard, 2 Detroit. 
Henry Waldron, Hillsdale. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Francis W. Kellogg, Grand Pvapids 
De Witt C. Leach, Lansing. 



MINNESOTA. 

SENATORS. 

Henry M. Rice, St. Paul. Morton S. Wilkinson, Mankato. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Cyrus Aldrich, Minneapolis. William Windom, Winona. 



MISSISSIPPI. 5 

SENATORS. 

Albert G. Brown, 4 Terry. Jefferson Davis, 5 Hurricane. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 



Lucius Q. C. Lamar, 6 Abbeville. 
Reuben Davis, 6 Aberdeen. 
William Barksdale, 6 Columbus. 



Otho R. Singleton, 6 Canton. 
John J. McRae, 6 State Line. 



James S. Green, Canton. 



MISSOURI. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



James R. Barrett, 7 St. Louis. 
Francis P. Blair, 8 St. Louis. 
Thomas L. Anderson, Palmyra. 
John B. Clark, Fayette. 



Trustcn Polk, St. Louis. 



James Craig, St. Joseph. 
Samuel H. Woodson, Independence. 
John S. Phelps, Springfield. 
John W. Noell, Perryville. 



John P. Hale, Dover. 



NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



Gilman Marston, Exeter. 
Mason W. Tappan, Bradford. 



Daniel Clark, Manchester. 



Thomas M. Edwards, Keene. 



NEW JERSEY. 



John R. Thomson, Princeton. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John T. Nixon, Bridgeton. 

John L. N. Stratton, Mount Holly. 

Garnett B. Adrain, New Brunswick. 



John C. Ten Eyck, Mount Holly. 



Jetur R. Riggs, Paterson. 
William S. Pennington, Newark. 



' Served until May 15, 1860; succeeded by William A. How- 
ard, who contested his election. 

2 Successfully contested the election of George B. Cooper, and 
took his seat May 15, 1860. 

3 Seceded from the Union January 9, 1861. 
* Withdrew January 12, 1861. 

s Withdrew January 21, 1861. 



6 Was not present in his seat after January 21, 1861. 

7 Served until June 8, 1860; succeeded by Francis P. Blair, 
who contested his election; subsequently elected to rill vacancy 
caused by resignation of Francis P. Blair, and took his seat 
December 3, 1860. 

8 Successfully contested the election of James E. Barrett, and 
took his seat June 8, 1860; resigned , 1860. 



THIRTY-SIXTH CONGRESS. 



215 



NEW YORK. 



William H. Seward, Auburn. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Luther C. Carter, Flushing. 
James Humphrey, Brooklyn. 
Daniel E. Sickle's, 1 New York. 
Thomas J. Barr, New York. 
William B. Maclay, New York. 
John Cochrane, New York. 
George Briggs, New York. 
Horace F. Clark, New York. 
John B. Haskin, Fordham. 
Charles H. Van Wyck, Bloomingburg. 
William S. Kenyon, Kingston 
Charles L. Beale, Kinderhook. 
Abram B. Olin, Troy. 
John H. Reynolds, Albany. 
James B. McKean, Saratoga. 
George W. Palmer, Plattsburg. 
Francis E. Spinner, Mohawk. 



Preston King, Ogdensburg. 



Clark B. Cochrane, Schenectady. 
James H. Graham, Delhi. 
Roscoe Conkling, Utica. 
R. Holland Duell, Cortland. 
M. Lindley Lee, Fulton. 
Charles B. Hoard, Watertown. 
Charles B. Sedgwick, Syracuse. 
Martin Butterfield, Palmyra. 
Emory B. Pottle, Naples! 
Alfred Wells, Ithaca. 
William Irvine, Corning. 
Alfred Ely, Rochester. 
Augustus Frank, Warsaw. 
Silas M. Burroughs, 2 Medina. 
Edwin R. Reynolds, 3 Albion. 
Elbridge G. Spaulding, Buffalo. 
Reuben E. Fenton, Frewsburg. 



NORTH CAROLINA. 

SENATORS. 

Thomas L. Clingman, Asheville. Thomas Bragg, Raleigh. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William N. H. Smith, Murfreesboro. 
Thomas Ruffin, Goldsboro. 
Warren Winslow, Fayetteville. 
Lawrence O'B. Branch, Raleigh. 



John A. Gilmer, Greensboro. 
James M. Leach, Lexington. 
Burton Craige, Salisbury. 
Zebulon B. Vance, Asheville. 



OHIO. 



Benjamin F. Wade, Jefferson. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



George H. Pendleton, Cincinnati. 
John A. Gurley, Cincinnati. 
Clement L. Vallandigham, Dayton. 
William Allen, Greenville. 
James M. Ashley, Toledo. 
William Howard, Batavia. 
Thomas Corwin, Lebanon. 
Benjamin Stanton, Bellefontaine. 
John Carey, Carey. 
Carey A. Trimble, Chillicothe. 
Charles D. Martin, Lancaster. 



George E. Pugh. Cincinnati. 



Samuel S. Cox, Columbus. 
John Sherman, Mansfield. 
Harrison G. Blake, 4 Medina. 
William Helmick, New Philadelphia 
Cydnor B. Tompkins, McConnellsville. 
Thomas C. Theaker, Bridgeport. 
Sidney Edgerton, Tallmadge. 
Edward Wade, Cleveland. 
John Hutchins, Warren. 
John A. Bingham, Cadiz. 



OREGON. 



Joseph Lane, Winchester. 



SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVE. 

Lansing Stout, Portland. 



Edward D. Baker, 5 Oregon City. 



1 Election unsuccessfully contested by Amor J. Williamson. 
» Died June 3, 1860. 

3 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Silas M. Bur- 
roughs, and took his seat December 5, 1860. 



* Elected to fill vacancy caused bythedeathof Cyrus Spink, 
in 1859, before the assembling of the Congress. 

5 Took his seat December 5, 1860; seat vacant from March 4, 
1859, to December 5, 1860. 



216 



CONGRESSIONAL DIEECTORY. 



PENNSYLVANIA. 



William Bigler, Clearfield. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Thomas B. Florence, Philadelphia. 
Edward Joy Morris, Philadelphia. 
John P. Verree, Philadelphia. 
William Millward, Philadelphia. 
John Wood, Conshohocken. 
John Hickman, West Chester. 
Henry C. Longnecker, Allentown. 
John Schwartz, 1 Reading. 
Jacob K. McKenty, 2 Reading. 
Thaddeus Stevens, Lancaster. 
John W. Killinger, Lebanon. 
James H. Campbell, Pottsville. 
George W. Scranton. 



Simon Cameron, Harrisburg. 



William H. Dimmick, Honesdale. 
Galusha A. Grow, Glenwood. 
James T. Hale, Bellefonte. 
Benjamin F. Junkin, New Bloomfield. 
Edward McPherson, Gettysburg. 
Samuel S. Blair, Holidaysburg. 
John Covode, Lockport. 
William Montgomery, Washington. 
James K. Moorhead, Pittsburgh. 
Robert Mc Knight, Pittsburgh. 
William Stewart, Mercer. 
Chapin Hall, Warren. 
Elijah Babbitt, Erie. 



RHODE ISLAND. 

SENATORS. 

James F. Simmons, Providence. Henry B. Anthony, Providence. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Christopher Robinson, Woonsocket. William D. Brayton, Warwick. 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 3 



SENATORS. 

James H. Hammond, 4 Beech Island. James Chesnut, jr., 5 Camden. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 



John McQueen, Marlboro. 
W. Porcher Miles, Charleston. 
Lawrence M. Keitt, Orangeburg. 



Milledge L. Bonham, 6 Edgefield. 
John D. Ashmore, 6 Anderson. 
William W. Boyce, 6 Winnsboro. 



TENNESSEE. 



SENATORS. 



Andrew Johnson, Greeneville. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Thomas A. R. Nelson, Jonesboro. 
Horace Maynard, Knoxville. 
Reese B. Brabson, Chattanooga. 
William B. Stokes, Alexandria. 
Robert Hatton, Lebanon. 



Alfred O. P. Nicholson, 7 Columbia. 



James H. Thomas, Columbia. 
John V. Wright, Purdy. 
James M. Quarles, Clarksville. 
Emerson Etheridge, Dresden. 
William T. Avery, Memphis. 



TEXAS. 1 



Matthias Ward, Jefferson. 
Louis T. Wigfall, 9 Marshall. 



John H. Reagan, Palestine. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John Hemphill, Austin. 



Andrew J. Hamilton, Austin. 



i Died June 20, 1860. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of John Schwartz, 
and took his seat December 3. 1860. 

s Seceded from the Union December 20, 1860. 

< Withdrew November 11, 1860. 

■- Withdrew November 10, 1860. 

'Withdrew December 21, 1860; signed declaration of inten- 
tion, of date December 21, 1860, which was read and ordered 
printed December 24, 1860. 



' Withdrew March 3, 1861. 

8 Seceded from the Union February 1, 1861. 

9 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of J. Pinckney 
Henderson, and took his seat January 4, 1S60. 



THIRTY-SIXTH CONGRESS. 



217 



Solomon Foot, Rutland. 



VERMONT. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Justin S. Morrill, Strafford. 
Ezekiel P. Walton, Montpelier. 



Robert M. T. Hunter, Lloyds. 



VIRGINIA. 

SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Muscoe R. H. Garnett, Loretto. 

John S. Millson, Norfolk. 

Daniel C. De Jarnette, BowlingGreen. 

William O. Goode. 1 

Roger A. Pryor, 2 Petersburg. 

Thomas S. Bocoek, Appomattox. 

Shelton F. Leake, Charlottesville. 



Charles Durkee, Kenosha. 



WISCONSIN. 

SENATOR. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



John F. Potter, East Troy. 
Cadwallader C. Washburn, La Crosse. 



Jacob Collamer, Woodstock. 



Homer E. Royce, East Berkshire. 



James M. Mason. Winchester. 



William Smith, Warrenton. 
Alexander R. Boteler, Shepherdstown. 
John T. Harris, Harrisonburg. 
Sherrard Clemens, Wheeling. 
Albert G. Jenkins, Green Bottom. 
Henry A. Edmundson, Salem. 
Elbert S. Martin, Lee. 



James R. Doolittle, Racine. 



Charles H. Larrabee, Horicon. 



TERRITORY OF KANSAS. 3 

DELEGATE. 

Marcus J. Parrott, 4 Leavenworth. 
TERRITORY OF NEBRASKA. 

DELEGATES. 

Experience Estabrook, 5 Omaha. Samuel G. Daily, 6 Peru. 

TERRITORY OF NEW MEXICO. 

DELEGATE. 

Miguel A. Otero, Albuquerque. 
TERRITORY OF UTAH. 

DELEGATE. 

William H. Hooper, Salt Lake City. 
TERRITORY OF WASHINGTON. 

DELEGATE. 

Isaac I. Stevens, Olympia. 



> Died July 2. 1859. 

3 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of William O. 
Goode, and took his seat December 7, "1859. 

3 Erected into a state January 29, 1S61. 

* Served until January 29, 1861, when the territory was ele- 
vated to statehood. 



5 Served until May 18, 1860; succeeded by Samuel G. Daily, 
who contested his election. 

6 Successfully contested the election of Experience Esta- 
brook, and took his seat May 18, 1860. 



THIRTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. 



MARCH 4, 1861, TO MARCH 3, 1863. 



FIRST SESSION— July 4, 1861, to August 6, 1861. SECOND SESSION— December 2, 
1861, to July 17, 1862. THIRD SESSION— December 1, 1862, to March 3, 1863. 
SPECIAL SESSION OF THE SENATE— March 4, 1861, to March 28, 1861. 



VICE PRESIDENT— Hannibal Hamlin, of Maine. PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE PRO 
TEMPORE— Solomon Foot, 1 of Vermont. SECRETARIES OF THE SENATE— Asbury Dickens, of 
North Carolina ; John W. Forney, 2 of Pennsylvania. 

SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE— Galusha A. Grow, of Pennsylvania. CLERK OF THE 
HOUSE — Emerson Etheridge, of Tennessee. 



ALABAMA. 

SENATORS. 

Vacant. Vacant. 3 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Vacant. 
ARKANSAS. 

SENATORS. 

William K. Sebastian, 4 Helena. Charles B. Mitchel, 4 Little Rock. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Vacant. 
CALIFORNIA. 

SENATORS. 

Milton S. Latham, Sacramento. James A. McDougall, San Francisco. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Frederick F. Low, 5 San Francisco. Aaron A. Sargent, Nevada. 

Timothy G. Phelps, San Mateo. 

CONNECTICUT. 

SENATORS. 

Lafayette S. Foster, Norwich. James Dixon, Hartford. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Alfred A. Burnham, Windham. Dwight Loomis, Rockville. 

James E. English, New Haven. George C. Woodruff, Litchfield. 

•Elected March 23, 1861; July 18, 1861; January 15, 1862; <• Presented credentials and claimed a seat as a third repre- 

March 31, 1862; June 19, 1862, and February 18, 1863. sentative from the state December 2, 1861; declared not en- 

2 Elected July 15, 1861. titled to a seat by resolution ol May 6, 1802; upon approval of 

a Seat of Clement C. Clay , jr., declared vacant by resolution the act of June 2, 1S62, allowing the state of California an 

of March 14, 1861 (special session of the Senate). additional representative, appeared and took his seat June 3, 

< Expelled by resolution of July 11, 1861. The resolution 1862. 
with its preamble was revoked and annulled, so far as Mr. 
Sebastian was concerned, by resolution of the Senate of March 
3, 1877. 

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THIRTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. 
DELAWARE. 

SENATORS. 

James A. Bayard, Wilmington. Willard Saulsbury, Georgetown. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

George P. Fisher, Dover. 



219 



FLORIDA. 

SENATORS. 



Vacant. 1 



Vacant. 



REPRESENTATI V KS . 

Vacant. 



GEORGIA. 

SENATORS. 



Vacant. 2 



Vacant. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 

Vacant. 
ILLINOIS. 



SENATORS. 



Stephen A. Douglas, 3 Chicago. 
Orville H. Browning, 4 Quincy. 
William A. Richardson, 5 Quincy. 



Lyman Trumbull, Alton. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Isaac N. Arnold, Chicago. 
Philip B. Foulke, Belleville. 
William Kellogg, Canton. 
John A. Logan, Benton. 
William J. Allen, 7 Marion. 
Owen Lovejoy, Princeton. 



John A. McClernand, 8 Springfield. 
Anthony L. Knapp, 9 Jerseyville. 
William A. Richardson, 10 Quincy. 
James C. Robinson, Marshall. 
Elihu B. Washburne, Galena. 



INDIANA. 



SENATORS. 



Jesse D. Bright, 11 Jeffersonville. 
Joseph A. Wright, 12 Indianapolis. 
David Turpie, 13 Indianapolis. 



Henry S. Lane, Crawfordsville. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Schuyler Colfax, South Bend. 
James A. Cravens, Hardinsburg. 
William McKee Dunn, Madison. 
William S. Holman, Aurora. 
George W. Julian, Centerville. 
John Law, Evansville. 



William Mitchell, Kendallville. 
Albert G. Porter, Indianapolis. 
John P. C. Shanks, Jay Court House. 
Daniel W. Voorhees, Terre Haute. 
Albert S. White, Stockwell. 



> Seat of Stephen R Mallory declared vacant by resolution 
of March 14, 1861 (special session of the Senate). 

2 Seat of Robert Toombs declared vacant by resolution of 
March 14, 1861 (special session). 

3 Died June 3, 1861. 

•Appointed to fill vacancy caused by death of Stephen A. 
Douglas, and took his seat July 4, 1861. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Stephen A. 
Douglas, and took his seat' January 30,' 1863. 

8 Resigned April 2, 1862. 

' Elected to fdl vacancy caused by resignation of John A. 
Logan, and took his scat June 2, 1862. 



9 Resigned October 28, 1861. 

"Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of John A. 
McClernand, and took his seat December 12, 1861. 

i° Resigned January 29, 1863, having been elected Senator, 
to fill vacancy caused by death of Stephen A. Douglas. 

u Expelled February 5, 1862. 

12 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by expulsion of Jesse D. 
Bright, and took his seat March 3, 1862. 

"Elected to fill vacancy caused by expulsion of Jesse D. 
Bright, and took his seat January 22, 1863. 



220 CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY. 

IOWA. 

SENATORS. 

James Harlan, Mount Pleasant. James W. Grimes, Burlington. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Samuel R. Curtis, 1 Keokuk. 
James F. Wilson, 2 Fairfield. 



William Vandever, 3 Dubuque. 



KANSAS. 4 

SENATORS. 

Samuel C. Pomeroy, 5 Atchison. James H. Lane, Lawrence. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

Martin F. Conway, Lawrence. 



KENTUCKY. 

SENATORS. 



Lazarus W. Powell, Henderson. 



John C. Breckinridge, 7 Lexington. 
Garrett Davis, 6 Paris. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Henry C. Burnett, 9 Cadiz. 
Samuel L. Casey, 10 Caseyville. 
John J. Crittenden, Frankfort. 
George W. Dunlap, Lancaster. 
Henry Grider, Bowling Green. 
Aaron Harding, Greensburg. 



LOUISIANA. 



James S. Jackson, 11 Hopkinsville. 
George H. Yeaman, 1 ' 2 Owensboro. 
Robert Mallory, La Grange. 
John W. Menzies, Covington. 
Wm. H. Wadsworth, Maysville. 
Charles A. Wickliffe, Bardstown. 



SENATORS. 

Vacant. 13 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Benjamin F. Flanders, 14 New Orleans. 



Vacant. 



Michael Halm, 15 New Orleans. 



MAINE. 



SKXATORS. 



William Pitt Fessenden, Portland. 



Lot M. Morrill, Augusta. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Samuel C. Fessenden, Rockland. 
John N. Goodwin, South Berwick. 
Anson P. Morrill, Readfield. 



Frederick A. Pike, Calais. 
John H. Rice, Foxcroft. 
Charles W. Walton, 10 Auburn. 
Thomas A. D. Fessenden, " Auburn. 



i Resigned August 4. 1861. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation ol Samuel R. 
Curtis, and took his seat December 2, 1861. 

3 Took his seat July 4, 1861; election contested by Le 
Grand Byington. By resolution of January '20, 1863, it was 
declared contestee had not been entitled to a seat since Sep- 
tember 24, 1861, the day he was mustered into the military 
service of the United States as a colonel of volunteers. Case 
of contestant remained undisposed of at close of the Congress. 

< Admitted as a State into the Union January 29, 1861. 

5 Took his seat July 4, 1861; term to expire, as determined 
by lot, March 3, 1867. 

c Took his seat July 4, 1861; term to expire, as determined 
by Jot, March 3, 1865. Election unsuccessfully contested by 
Frederick P. Stanton. 

7 Expelled by resolution of December 4, 1861. 

8 Elected to fill vacancy caused by expulsion of John C. 
Breckinridge, and took his seat December 23, 1861. 



B Expelled by resolution of December 3, 1861. 

io Elected to fill vacancy caused by expulsion of Henry C. 
Burnett, and took his seat March 10, 1862. 

11 Resigned in December, 1861, to enter the Union Army; 
(killed at the battle of Perryville, Ky., October 8, 1862). 

15 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Jamce S. Jaek- 
son, and took his seat December 1, 1862. 

« Seat of Judah P. Benjamin declared vacant by resolution 
ofMarch 14, 1861 (special session of the Senate). 

» Credentials presented December 19, 1862; declared entitled 
to his seat by resolution of February 17, 1863, and took his 
ssat February 23, 1863. 

> 5 Credentials presented December 22, 1862; declared entitled 
to his seat by resolution of February 17, 1863, and took his 
seat the same day. 

16 Resigned May 26, 1S62. 

17 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Charles W. 
Walton, and took his seat December 1, 1862. 



THIRTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. 221 

MARYLAND. 



SENATORS. 



James A. Pearce, ' Chestertown. Anthony Kennedy, Ellicotts Mills. 

Thomas H. Hicks, 2 Cambridge. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Charles B. Calvert, Bladensburg. Henry May, Baltimore. 

John VV. Crisfield, Princess Anne. Francis Thomas, Frankville. 

Cornelius L. L. Leary, Baltimore. Edwin H. Webster, Belair. 

MASSACHUSETTS. 

SENATORS. 

Charles Sumner, Boston. Henry Wilson, Natick. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

John B. Alley, Lynn. Charles Delano, Northampton. 

William Appleton, 3 Boston. Thomas D. Eliot, New Bedford. 

Samuel W. Hooper, 4 Boston. Daniel W. Gooch, Melrose. 

Goldsmith F. Bailey, 5 Fitchburg. Alexander H. Rice, Boston. 

Amasa Walker, 6 North Brookrield. Benjamin F. Thomas, Boston. 

James Burlington, Fall River. Charles R. Train, Framingham. 
Henry L. Dawes, North Adams. 

MICHIGAN. 

SENATORS. 

Zachariah Chandler, Detroit. Kinsley S. Bingham, 7 Oak Grove. 

Jacob M. Howard, s Detroit. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Fernando C. Beaman, Adrian. Francis W. Kellogg, Grand Rapids. 

Bradley F. Granger, Ann Arbor. Rowland E. Trowbridge, Birmingham. 

MINNESOTA. 

SENATORS. 

Henry M. Rice, St. Paul. Morton S. Wilkinson, Mankato. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Cyrus Aldrich, Minneapolis. William Windom, Winona. 

MISSISSIPPI. 

SENATORS. 

Vacant. 9 Vacant. 9 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Vacant. 

1 Died December 20, 1862. « Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Goldsmith F. 

s Appointed to fill vacancy caused by death of James A. Bailey, and took his seat December 1, 1S62. 

Pearce, and took his seat January 14, 1863. ' Died October 5, 1861. 

3 Resigned September 27, 1S61. s Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Kinsley S. Bing- 

< Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of William ham, and took his seat January 17, 1862. 

Appleton, and took his seat December 2, 1861. 9 Seats of Albert G. Brown and Jefferson Davis declared 

6 Died May 8- 1862. vacant by resolution of March 14, 1861 (special session). 



222 



CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY. 
MISSOURI. 



SENATORS. 



Trusten Polk, ' St. Louis. 

John B. Henderson, 2 Louisiana. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Francis P. Blair, jr., 5 St. Louis. 
John W. Noell, Perrvville. 
Elijah H. Norton, Platte City. 
Johns S. Phelps, Springfield. 



Waldo Porter Johnson, 3 Osceola. 
Robert Wilson, 4 St. Joseph. 



John W. Reid, G Jefferson City. 
Thomas L. Price, 7 Jefferson City. 
James S. Rollins, Columbia. 
John B. Clark, 8 Fayette. 
William A. Hall, 9 Huntsville. 



NEW HAMPSHIRE. 



John P. Hale, Dover. 



• Thomas M. Edwards, Keene. 
Oilman Marston, Exeter. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Daniel Clark, Manchester. 



Edward H. Rollins, Concord. 



NEW JERSEY. 



SENATORS. 



John R. Thomson, 10 Princeton. 
Richard S. Field, u Princeton. 
James W. Wall, 12 Burlington. 



George T. Cobb, Morristown. 
John T. Nixon, Bridgeton. 
Nehemiah Perry, Newark. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



NEW YORK. 



John C. Ten Eyck, Mount Holly. 



William G. Steele, Somerville. 
J. L. N. Stratton, Mount Holly. 



Preston King, Ogdensburg. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Stephen Baker, Poughkeepsie. 
Jacob P. Chamberlain. Seneca Falls. 
Ambrose W. Clark, Watertown. 
Frederick A. Conkling, New York. 
Roscoe Conkling, Utica. 
Erastus Coming, Albany. 
Isaac C. Delaplain, New York. 
Alexander S. Diven,' Elmira. 
R. Holland Duell, Courtland. 
Alfred Ely, Rochester. 
Reuben E. Fen ton, Frewsburg. 
Richard Franchot, Schenectady. 
Augustus Frank, Warsaw. 
Edward Haight, West Chester. 
James E. Kerrigan, New York. 
William E. Lansing, Chittenango. 
James B. McKean, Saratoga Springs. 



Ira Hams, Albany. 



Moses F. Odell, Brooklyn. 
Abram B. Olin, Troy. 
Theodore M. Pomeroy, Auburn. 
Charles B. Sedgwick, Syracuse. 
Socrates N. Sherman, Ogdensburg. 
Edward H. Smith, Smithtown. 
Elbridge G. Spaulding, Buffalo. 
John B. Steele, Kingston. 
Burt Van Horn, Newfane. 
Robert B. Van Valkenburgh, Bath. 
Charles H. Van Wyck, Bloomingburg. 
Chauncey Vibbard, Schenectady. 
William Wall, Brooklyn. 
Elijah Ward, New York. 
William A. Wheeler, Malone. 
Benjamin Wood, New York. 



i Expelled by resolution of January 10, 1862. 

2 Appointed to fill the vacancy caused by expulsion of 
Trusten Polk, and took his seat January 29, 1862. 

a Expelled by resolution of January 10, 1862. 

4 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by expulsion of Waldo 
P. Johnson, and took his seat January 24, 1862. 

s Resigned in July, 1862. 

6 Expelled by resolution of December 2, 1861. 

7 Elected to fill vacancy caused by expulsion of John W. 
Reid, and took his seat January 21, 1862. 



B Expelled by resolution of July 13, 1861. 
9 Elected to fill vacancy caused by expulsion of John B 
Clark, and took his seat January 20, 1S62. 
io Died September 12, 1862. 

u Appointed to fill vacancy caused by death of John R. 
Thomson, and took his seat December 1. 1862. 

> 2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of John R. Thom- 
son, and took his seat January 21, 1863. 



THIRTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. 



223 



NORTH CAROLINA.' 

SENATORS. 

Thomas L. Clingman, 2 Asheville. Thomas Bragg, 2 Raleigh. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Vacant. 



OHIO. 

SENATORS. 



Benjamin F. Wade, Jefferson. 



Salmon P. Chase, 3 Cincinnati. 
John Sherman, 4 Mansfield. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William Allen, Greenville. 
James M. Ashley, Toledo. 
John A. Bingham, Cadiz. 
Harrison G. Blake, Medina. 
Samuel S. Cox, Columbus. 
William P. Cutler, Constitution. 
Sidney Edgerton, Tallmadge. 
John A. Gurley, Cincinnati. 
Thomas Corwin, a Lebanon. 
Richard A. Harrison, London. 
Valentine B. Horton, Pomeroy. 



John Hutchins, Warren. 
James R. Morris, Woodstield. 
Warren P. Noble, Tiffin. 
Robert H. Nugen, New Comerstown. 
George H. Pendleton, Cincinnati. 
Albert G. Riddle, Cleveland. 
Samuel Shellabarger, Springfield. 
Carey A. Trimble, Chillicothe. 
Clement L. Yallandigham, Dayton. 
Chilton A. White, Georgetown. 
Samuel T. Worcester, Norwalk. 



Edward D. Baker, 7 Oregon City. 
Benjamin Stark, 8 Portland. 
Benjamin F. Harding, 9 Salem. 



OREGON. 

SENATORS. 



James W. Nesmith, Salem. 



REPRESENTATIVE. 



Andrew J. Thayer. 10 



George K. Shiel," Salem. 



PENNSYLVANIA. 



SENATORS. 



Simon Cameron, 12 Harrisburg. 
David Wilmot, 13 Towanda. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Svdenham E. Ancona, Reading. 
Elijah Babbitt, Erie. 
Joseph Baily, Newport. 
E. Joy Morris, 14 Philadelphia. 
Charles J. Biddle, 15 Philadelphia. 
Samuel S. Blair, Hollidaysburg. 
James H. Campbell. Pottsville. 
Thomas B. Cooper, 10 Coopersburg. 
John D. Stiles, 17 Allentown. 
John Covode, Lockport Station. 
William Morris Davis, Milestown. 
Galusha A. Grow, Glenwood. 
James T. Hale, Bellefonte. 
John Hickman, W T est Chester. 
Philip Johnson. Easton. 



Edgar Cowan, Greensburg. 



William D. Kelley, Philadelphia. 
John W. Killinger, Lebanon. 
Jesse Lazear, Waynesburg. 
William E. Lehman, ls Philadelphia. 
Robert McKnight. Pittsburgh. 
Edward McPherson, Gettysburg. 
James K. Moorhead, Pittsburgh. 
John Patton, Curwinsville. 
Thaddeus Stevens, Lancaster. 
John P. Verree, 19 Philadelphia. 
John W. Wallace, Newcastle. 
George W. Scranton, 20 Scranton. 
Hendrick B. Wright, 21 Wilkes-Barre. 



iSeceeded from the Union May 21, 1861. Charles Henry 
Foster claimed the right to represent the first congressional 
district. 

2 Expelled by resolution of July 11, 1861. 
' s Resigned March 5, 1861, to become Secretary of the 
Treasury. 

* Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Salmon P. 
Chase, and took his seat March 23, 1861. 

5 Resigned March 12, 1871, to become Minister to Mexico. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by the resignation of 
Thomas Corwin, and took his seat July 4, 1861. 

'Died October 21, 1861. 

8 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by death of Edward D. 
Baker, and took his seat February 27, 1S62. 

9 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Edward D. Baker, 
and took his seat December 1 , 1862. 

10 Served until July 30 1861; succeeded by George K. Shiel, 
who contested his election. 



11 Successfully contested the election of Andrew J. Thayer, 
and took his se'at July 30, 1861. 

12 Resigned March 4, 1861, to become Secretary of War. 

13 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Simon 
Cameron, and took his seat March 18, 1861. 

i* Resigned Jnne 8, 1S61, to become minister resident to 
Turkey. 

"* Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of E. Joy 
Morris, and took his seat December 2," 1861. 

■6 Died April 4. 1862. 

17 Elected to till vacancy caused by death of Thomas B. 
Cooper, and took his seat June 3. 1862. 

18 Election unsuccessfully contested by John M. Butler. 

19 Election unsuccessfully contested by John Kline. 
*> Died March 24. 1861. 

31 Elected to fill vacancy caused by the death of George W. 
Scranton, and took his seat July 4, 1861. 



224 



CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY. 
RHODE ISLAND. 



SENATORS. 



Henry B. Anthony, Providence. 



James F. Simmons, 1 Providence. 
Samuel G. Arnold, 2 Providence. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 

George H. Browne, Providence. William P. Sheffield, Newport. 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 

SENATORS. 



Vacant. 



James Chestnut, jr., 3 Camden. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 

Vacant. 
TENNESSEE." 

SENATORS. 

Andrew Johnson, 5 Greeneville. Alfred O. P. Nicholson, 6 Columbia. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Horace Maynard, Knoxville. 



George W. Bridges, 7 Athens. 
Andrew J. Clements, 8 Lafayette. 



TEXAS. 



SENATORS. 

Louis T. Wigfall, 9 Marshall. John Hemphill, 9 Austin. 

* REPRESENTATIVES. 

Vacant. 
VERMONT. 



Solomon Foot, Rutland. 



Portus Baxter, Derby Line. 
Justin S. Morrill, Strafford. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Jacob Collamer Woodstock. 



Ezekiel P. Walton, Montpelier. 



VIRGINIA. 



SENATORS. 



Robert M. T. Hunter, 11 Lloyds. 
John S. Carlile, 12 Wheeling. 



REPRESENTATIVES . 



William G. Brown, Kingwood. 
John S. Carlile, 14 Wheeling. 
Jacob B. Blair, 15 Parkersburg. 
Joseph E. Segar, 16 Elizabeth City. 



James M. Mason, 11 Winchester. 
Waitman T. Willey, 13 Morgan town. 



Charles H. Upton, " Falls Church. 
Lewis McKenzie, 18 Alexandria. 
Killian V. Whaley, Ceredo. 



>• Resigned August 15, 1862. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of James F. 
Simmons, and took his seat December 1, 1862. 

3 Expelled by resolution of July 11, 1861. 
1861. 

< Seceded from the Union May 6, 1861. 
5 Resigned March 4, 1862, to become military governor of 
Tennessee. 
8 Expelled by resolution of July 11, 1861. 
' Elected in August, 1861; took'his seat February 25, 1863. 
8 Took his seat January 13, 1862. 
' Expelled by resolution of July 11, 1861. 

10 Seceded from the Union April 17, 1861. Unrepresented in 
this Congress from March 28, 1861, to July 9, 1861. 

11 Withdrew March 28, 1861; formally expelled by resolu- 
tion of July 11, 1861. 



12 Elected to fill vacancy caused by withdrawal of Robert M. 
T. Hunter, and took his seat July 13, 1861. 

13 Elected to fill vacancy caused by withdrawal of James M. 
Mason, and took his seat July 13, 1861. 

14 Resigned July 9, 1861, having been elected senator. 

16 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of John S. 
Carlile, elected Senator, and took his seat December 2, 1861. 

16 Declared not entitled to his seat under first credentials 
by resolution of February 11, 1862; subsequently elected and 
declared entitled to seatunder second credentials by resolution 
of May 6, 1862; qualified and took his seat the same day. 

•' Unseated by resolution of February 27, 1862; S. Furguson 
Beach, contestant, delared not entitled to scat by resolution 
of March 31, 1862. 

'« Elected to fill vacancy caused by the unseating of Charles 
H. Upton, and took his seat February 16, 1S63. 



THIRTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. 225 

WISCONSIN. 

SENATORS. 

James R. Doolittle, Racine. Timothy 0. Howe, Green Hay. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Luther Hanchett, ' Plover. John F. Potter, East Troy. 

Walter D. Mclndoe, 2 Warsaw. A. Scott Sloan, Beaver Dam. 

TERRITORY OF COLORADO. 3 

DELEGATE. 

Hiram P. Bennett, Denver. 
TERRITORY OF DAKOTA. 4 

DELEGATE. 

John B. S. Todd, Fort Randall. 
TERRITORY OF NEBRASKA. 

DELEGATE. 

Samuel G. Daily, 5 Peru. 
TERRITORY OF NEVADA. 6 

DELEGATE. 

John Cradlebaugh, Carson City. 
TERRITORY OF NEW MEXICO. 

DELEGATE. 

John S. Watts, Santa Fe. 
TERRITORY OF UTAH. 

DELEGATE. 

John M. Bernhisel, Salt Lake City. 
TERRITORY OF WASHINGTON. 

DELEGATE. 

William H. Wallace, Steilacoom. 

' Died November 24, 18f>2. States by France by treaty of April 30, 1S03; territorial gov- 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Luther Hanchett, eminent provided, with Delegate representation in Congress 
and took his seat Januay 26, 1863. by Act of March 2, 1861. 

3 Formed from portions of the territory ceded to the United '- Election unsuccessfully contested by J. Sterling Morton 
States by France Tiy the treaty of Paris of April 30, 1803, and « Formed from a portiou of the territory ceded to the Uniten 
of that ceded by Mexico by the treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo of States by Mexico by the treaty of (1 uadalupe Hidalgo, of Feb- 
February 2, 1848; erected into a territorial government, and ruarv 2, 1S4S; erected into a" territorial government, and a 
a Delegate in Congress granted, by Act of February 28, 1861. Delegate in Congress granted, by Act of March 2, 1861. 

1 Formed from a portion of the territory ceded to the United 

50346°— S. Doc. 654, 61-2 15 



THIRTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS. 



MARCH 4, 1863, to MARCH 3, 1865. 



FIRST SESSION— December 7, 1863, to July 4, 1864. SECOND SESSION— December 5, 
1864, to March 3, 1865. SPECIAL SESSION OF THE SENATE— March 4, 1863, to 
March 14, 1863. 



VICE PRESIDENT— Hannibal Hamlin, of Maine. PRESIDENTS OF THE SENATE PRO 
TEMPORE— Solomon Foot, 1 of Vermont; Daniel Clark, 2 of New Hampshire. SECRETARY OF THE 
SENATE — John W. Forney, of Pennsylvania. 

SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE— Schuyler Colfax, of Indiana. CLERKS OF THE HOUSE— 
Emerson Etheridge, of Tennessee; Edward McPherson, 3 of Pennsylvania. 



Vacant. 



Vacant. 



ALABAMA. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 

Vacant. 
ARKANSAS. 

SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 

Vacant. 4 



Vacant. 



Vacant. 



CALIFORNIA. 

SENATORS. 

James A. McDougall, San Francisco. John Conness, Sacramento. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 



Cornelius Cole, Santa Cruz. 
William Higby, Mokelumne Hill. 



Thomas B. Shannon, Quincy. 



CONNECTICUT. 



SENATORS. 

La Fayette S. Foster, Norwich. James Dixon, Hartford. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 



Augustus Brandegee, New London. 
Henry C. Deming, Hartford 



James E. English, New Haven. 
John H. Hubbard, Litchfield. 



JElected March 4, 1863 (special session); December 18, 1863; 
February 23, 1864: March 11, 1864, and April 11, 1864. 
2 Elected April 26, 1864; February 9, 1865. 
^Elected December 8, 1863. 

226 



* James M. Johnson, T. M. Jacks, and Anthony A. C. Rogers 
presented credentials as members-elect., but their claims were 
not finally disposed of. By resolution of March 3, 1865, each 
was allowed the sum of S2.000 for " compensation, expenses, 
and mileage." 



THIRTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS. 
DELAWARE. 



227 



SENATORS. 

James A. Bayard, 1 Wilmington. Willard Saulsbury, Georgetown. 

George R. Riddle, 2 Wilmington. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

William Temple, 3 Smyrna. Nathaniel B. Smithers, 4 Dover. 

FLORIDA. 

SENATORS. 



Vacan* 



Vacant. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 

Vacant. 
GEORGIA. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 

Vacant. 
ILLINOIS. 

SENATORS. 



Lyman Trumbull, Alton. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



James ('. Allen, Palestine. 
William J. Allen, Marion. 
Isaac N. Arnold, Chicago. 
John R. Eden, Sullivan. 
John F. Farnsworth, St. Charles. 
Charles M. Harris, Oquawka. 
Anthony L. Knapp, Jerseyville. 



Henry S. Lane, Crawfordsville. 



INDIANA. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Schuyler Colfax, South Bend. 
James A. Cravens, Hardinsburg. 
Ebenezer Dumont, Indianapolis. 
Joseph K. Edgerton, Fort Wayne. 
Henry W. Harrington, Madison. 
William S. Holman, Aurora. 



James Harlan, Mount Pleasant. 



IOWA. 



SENATORS. 



William B. Allison, Dubuque. 
Josiah B. Grinnell, 7 Grinnell. 
Asahel W. Hubbard, Sioux City. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Vacant. 



Vacant. 



William A. Richardson, Quincy. 

Owen Lovejoy, 5 Princeton. 
Ebon C. Ingersoll, 6 Peoria. 
William R. Morrison, Waterloo. 
Jesse O. Norton, Joliet. 
James C. Robinson, Marshall. 
Lewis W. Ross, Lewistown. 
John T. Stuart, Springfield. 
Elihu B. Washburne, Galena. 



Thomas A. Hendricks, Indianapolis. 



George W. Julian, Centerville. 
John Law, Evansville. 
James F. McDowell, Marion. 
Godlove S. Orth, La Fayette. 
Daniel W. Voorhees, Terre Haute. 



James W. Grimes, Burlington. 

John A. Kasson, Des Moines. 
Hiram Price, Davenport. 
James F. Wilson, Fairfield. 



KANSAS. 



SENATORS. 

Samuel C. Pomeroy, Atchison. James H. Lane, Lawrence. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

A. Carter Wilder, Lawrence. 



1 Resigned January 29, 18f>4. 

2 Elected to fill vacancv caused by resignation of James A. 
Bayard, and took his seat February 2, 1864. 

3 Died May 28, 1863, before the assembling of the Congress. 
'Elected to fill vacancv caused bv the death of William 

Tremple, and took his seat December 7, 1863. 



' Died March 25, 1864. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Owen Lovejoy, 
and took his seat May 20, 1864. 

7 Election unsuccessfully contested by Hugh M. Martin. 



228 



CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY. 
KENTUCKY. 



SENATORS. 



Lazarus W. Powell, Henderson. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Lucien Anderson, Mayfield. 
Brutus J. Clay, Paris. 
Henry Grider, Bristol. 
Aaron Harding, Greensburg. 
Robert Mallory, Lagrange. 



Garrett Davis, Paris. 



William H. Randall, London. 
Green Clay Smith, Covington. 
William H. Wadsworth, Maysville. 
George H. Yeaman, 1 Owensboro. 



Vacant. 



LOUISIANA. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 

Vacant. 2 



Vacant. 



MAINE. 

SENATORS. 



William Pitt Fessenden, 3 Portland. 
Nathan A. Farwell, 4 Rockland. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Jame G. Blaine, Augusta. 
Sidney Perham, Paris. 
Frederick A. Pike, Calais. 



Lot M. Morrill, Augusta. 



John H. Rice, Foxcroft. 
Lorenzo D. M. Sweat, Portland. 



MARYLAND. 

SENATORS. 



Thomas H. Hicks, 5 Cambridge. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 

John A. J. Creswell, Elkton. 
Henry Winter Davis, Baltimore. 
Benjamin G. Harris, Leonardtown. 



Reverdy Johnson, Baltimore. 



Francis Thomas, Frankville. 
Edwin H. Webster, 6 Bel Air. 



- MASSACHUSETTS. 

SENATORS. 



Charles Sumner, Boston. 



John B. Alley, Lynn. 
Oakes Ames, North Easton. 
John D. Baldwin, Worcester. 
George S. Boutwell, Groton. 
Henry L. Dawes, Pittsfield. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Henry Wilson, Natick. 

Thomas D. Eliot, New Bedford. 
Daniel W. Gooch, Melrose. 
Samuel W. Hooper, Boston. 
Alexander H. Rice, 7 Boston. 
William B. Washburn, Greenfield 



MICHIGAN. 



Zachariah Chandler, Detroit. 

Augustus C. Baldwin, Pontiac. 
Fernando C. Beaman, Adrian. 
John F. Driggs, East Saginaw. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Jacob M. Howard, Detroit. 

Francis W. Kellogg, Grand Rapids. 
John W. Longyear, Lansing. 
Charles Upson, Coldwater. 



1 Election unsuccessfully contested by John H. McHenry, jr. 

*M. F. Bonzano, A. P' Field, W. D. Mann, T. M. Welles, 
and Robert W . Taliaferro presented credentials as members- 
elect, but their claims were not finally disposed of. By reso- 
lution of March ;i, 1865, each was allowed the sum of 82,000 for 
'compensation, expenses, and mileage." 

3 Resigned July 1, 1804, to become Secretary of the Treasury 



* Appointed to fill vacancy caused by resignation of William 
Pitt Fessenden, and took his seat December 5, 1S64. 

6 Died February 13, 1865. 

6 Resigned in February, 1805, to become collector of the port 
of Baltimore. 

' Election unsuccessfully contested by John S. Sleeper. 



THIRTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS. 
MINNESOTA. 



229 



SENATORS. 

Morton S. Wilkinson, Mankato. Alexander Ramsey, St. Paul. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 



Ignatius Donnelly, Nininger. 



William Windom, Winona. 



Vacant. 



MISSISSIPPI. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 

Vacant. 
MISSOURI. 



Vacant. 



SENATORS. 



John B. Henderson, Louisiana. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Francis P. Blair, jr., 2 St. Louis. 
Samuel Knox, 3 St. Louis. 
Henry T. Blow, St. Louis. 
Sempronius H. Boyd, Springfield. 
William A. Hall, Huntsville. 
Austin A. King, Richmond. 



NEVADA. 8 



SENATORS 

William M. Stewart, 9 Virginia City. 



Robert Wilson, St. Joseph. 
B. Gratz Brown, 1 St. Louis. 



Benjamin F. Loan, 4 St. Joseph. 
Joseph W. McClurg, 6 Linn Creek. 
James S. Rollins, Columbia. 
John W. Noell, 6 Perryville. 
John G. Scott, 7 Irondale. 



James W. Nye, 10 Carson City. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

Henry G. Worthington," Austin. 



NEW HAMPSHIRE. 



John P. Hale, Dover. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Daniel Marcy, Portsmouth. 
James W. Patterson, Hanover. 



Daniel Clark, Manchester. 



Edward H. Rollins, Concord. 



NEW JERSEY. 



SENATORS. 



John C. Ten Eyck, Mount Holly. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



George Middleton, Allentown. 
Nehemiah Perry, Newark. 
Andrew J. Rogers, Newton. 



William Wright, Newark. 



John F. Starr, Camden. 
William G. Steele, Somerville. 



1 Elected to fill vacancy caused by expulsion of Waldo Por- 
ter Johnson in preceding Congress, and took his seat Decem- 
ber 14, 1863, succeeding Robert Wilson, who had been ap- 
pointed in the preceding Congress to fill such vacancy. 

2 Served until June 10, 1864; succeeded by Samuel Knox, 
who contested his election. 

: Successfully contested the election of Francis P. Blair, jr., 
and took his seat June 15, 1864. 
* Election unsuccessfully contested by John P. Bruce. 
5 Election unsuccessfully contested by Thomas L. Price. 
1 Died March. 14, 1863. 



■ Elected to fill vacancy caused by the death of John W. 
Noell, and took his seat December 7, 1863; election unsuccess- 
fully contested by James Lindsay. 

s Admitted as a State into the Union October 31 1864. 

9 Took his seat February 1, 1865; term to expire, as deter 
mined by lot, March 3, 1S69. 

10 Took his seat February 1, 1865; term to expire, as deter- 
mined by lot, March 3, 1867. 

11 Took his seat December 21, 1864. 



230 



CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY. 



NEW YORK. 



SENATORS. 



Ira Harris, Albany. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



James Brooks, New York. 
John W. Chanler, New York. 
Ambrose W. Clark, Watertown. 
Freeman Clarke, Rochester. 
Thomas T. Davis, Syracuse. 
Reuben E. Fenton, 1 Frewsburg. 
Augustus Frank, Warsaw. 
John Ganson, Buffalo. 
John A. Griswold, Troy. 
Anson Herrick, New York. 
Giles W. Hotchkiss, Binghamton. 
Calvin T. Hulburd, Brasher Falls. 
Martin Kalbfleisch, Brooklyn. 
Orlando Kellogg, Elizabethtown. 
Francis Kernan, Utica. 
De Witt C. Littlejohn, Oswego. 



Edwin D. Morgan, New York. 

James M. Marvin, Saratoga Springs. 
Samuel F. Miller, Franklin. 
Daniel Morris, Penn Yan. 
Homer A. Nelson, Poughkeepsie. 
Moses F. Odell, Brooklyn. 
Theodore M. Pomeroy, Auburn. 
John V. L. Pruyn, 2 Albany. 
William Radford, Yonkers. 
Henry G. Stebbins, 3 New Brighton. 
Dwight Townsend, 4 Clifton. 
John B. Steele, Kingston. 
Robert B. Van Valkenburgh, Bath. 
Elijah Ward, New York. 
Charles H. Winfield, Goshen. 
Benjamin Wood, New York. 
Fernando Wood, New York. 



NORTH CAROLINA. 

SENATORS. 



Vacant. 



Vacant. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 

Vacant. 
OHIO. 

SENATORS. 



Benjamin F. Wade, Jefferson. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



James M. Ashley, Toledo. 
George Bliss, Wooster. 
Samuel S. Cox, Columbus. 
Ephraim R. Eckley, Carrollton. 
William E. Finck, Somerset. 
James A. Garfield, Hiram. 
Wells A. Hutchins, Portsmouth. 
William Johnson, Mansfield. 
Francis C. Le Blond, Celina. 
Alexander Long, Cincinnati. 



OREGON. 



SENATORS. 



John Sherman, Mansfield. 

John F. McKinney, Piqua. 
James R. Morris, Woodsfield. 
Warren P. Noble, Tiffin. 
John O'Neill, Zanesville. 
George H. Pendleton, Cincinnati. 
Robert C. Schenck, Dayton. 
Rufus P. Spalding, Cleveland. 
Chilton A. White, Georgetown. 
Joseph W. White, Cambridge. 



James W. Nesmith, Salem. Benjamin F. Harding, Salem. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

John R. McBride, La Fayette. 
PENNSYLVANIA. 



Edgar Cowan, Greensburg. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Sydenham E. Ancona, Reading. 
Joseph Baily, Newport. 
John M. Broomall, Media. 
Alexander H. Coffroth, Somerset. 
John L. Dawson, Brownsville. 



Charles R. Buckalew, BloomBburg. 



Charles Dension, Wilkes-Barre. 
James T. Hale, Bellefonte. 
Philip Johnson, Easton. 
William D. Kelley, Philadelphia. 
Jesse Lazear, Waynesburg. 



' Resigned to take effect December 20, 1S64. 

s Elected to fill vacancy caused by the resignatian of Erastus 
Corning, prior to the convening of the Congress, and took his 
seat December 7, 1863. 



3 Resigned October. 24, 1864. 

1 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Henry G. 
Stebbins, and took his seat December 5, 1864. 



THIRTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS. 231 

Archibald McAllister, Springfield Furnace. Glenni W. Scofield, Warren. 

William H. Miller, Harnsburg. Thaddeus Stevens, Lancaster. 

James K. Moorhead, Pittsburgh. Johnl). Stiles, Alleutown. 

Amos Myers, Clarion. Myer Strouse, Pottsville. 

Leonard Myers, 1 Philadelphia. M. Russell Thayer, 2 Chestnut Hill. 

Charles O'Neill, Philadelphia. Henry W. Tracy, Standing Stone. 

SamuelJ. Randall, Philadelphia. Thomas Williams, Pittsburgh. 

RHODE ISLAND. 

SENATORS. 

Henry B. Anthony, Providence. William Sprague, Providence. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Nathan F. Dixon, Westerly. Thomas A. Jenckes, Providence. 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 

SENATORS. 

Vacant. Vacant. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Vacant. 
TENNESSEE. 

SENATORS. 

Vacant. Vacant. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Vacant. 
TEXAS. 

SENATORS. 

Vacant. Vacant. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Vacant. 
VERMONT. 

SENATORS. 

Solomon Foot, Rutland. Jacob Collamer, Woodstock. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Portus Baxter, Derby Line. Frederick E. Woodbridge, Vergennes. 

Justin S. Morrill, Strafford. 

VIRGINIA. 

SENATORS. 

John S. Carlile, Clarksburg. Lemuel J. Bowden, 3 Williamsburg. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Vacant. 4 
WEST VIRGINIA. 

SENATORS. 

Peter G. Van Winkle, 6 Parkersburg. Waitman T. Willey, 7 Morgantown. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Jacob B. Blair, s Parkersburg. Killian V. Whaley, 8 Point Pleasant. 

William G. Brown, 8 Kingwood. 

1 Election unsuccessfully contested by John Kline. Lewis McKenzie also claimed to have been elected from the 

2 Election unsuccessfully contested by Charles W. Carrigan. seventh district, and was declared not entitled to the seat by 
s Died January 2, 1S64. On February 17, 1865, the creden- resolution of February 26, 1864. The first three claimants 

tials of Joseph Segar, to fill vacancy caused by the death of were subsequently allowed mileage and pay to the dates of 

Lemuel J. Bowden, were presented but were ordered to lie on the adoption of the resolutions. 

1 he table; no further action taken. State unrepresented in 6 Set off from the State of Virginia and admitted into the 

'this class from this date to October 20, 1869. Union December 31 , 1862. 

^Joseph E. Segar, from the first district; Lucius H. » Took his seat December 7, 1863; term to expire, as deter- 

Chandler, from the second district, and Bethuel M. Kitchen. mined by lot, March 3, 1869. 

from the second district, presented credentials. They were ' Took his seat December 7, 1863 ; term to expire, as deter- 

declared not entitled to seats, the first two by resolution of mined by lot, March 3, 1865. 
May 17, 1864; the last-named by resolution of April 16, 1864. > Took his seat December 7, 1863. 



232 CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY. 

WISCONSIN. 



SENATORS. 

James R. Doolittle, Racine. Timothy O. Howe, Green Bay. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

James S. Brown, Milwaukee. Walter D. Mclndoe, Warsaw. 

Amasa Cobb, Mineral Point. Ithamar C. Sloan, Janesville. 

Charles A. Eldridge, Fond du Lac. Ezra Wheeler, Berlin. 

TERRITORY OF ARIZONA. 1 

DELEGATE. 

Charles D. Poston, Tubac. 
TERRITORY OF COLORADO. 

DELEGATE. 

Hiram P. Bennett, Denver. 
TERRITORY OF DAKOTA. 

DELEGATES. 

William Jayne, 2 Yankton. John B. S. Todd, 3 Yankton. 

TERRITORY OF IDAHO. 4 

DELEGATE. 

William H. Wallace, Lewiston. 
TERRITORY OF MONTANA. 6 

DELEGATE. 

Samuel McLean, 6 Bannack City. 
TERRITORY OF NEBRASKA. 

DELEGATE. 

Samuel G. Daily, Peru. 



TERRITORY OF NEVADA 



7 



DELEGATES. 

Henry G. Worthington, 8 Austin. Gordon N. Mott, 9 Carson City. 

TERRITORY OF NEW MEXICO. 

DELEGATE. 

Francisco Perea, 10 Bernalillo. 
. TERRITORY OF UTAH. 

DELEGATE. 

John F. Kinney, Salt Lake City. 
TERRITORY OF WASHINGTON. 

DELEGATE. 

George E. Cole, Walla Walla. 

i Formed from territory ceded to the United States by 6 Formed Irom a portion of the territory ceded to the 

Mexico, part by the treaty ot Guadalupe Hidalgo of February United States by France by treaty of April 30, 1S03; granted 

2, 1848, and part by what is known as the " Gadsden Pur- territorial government, and right to Delegate representation 

chase," in 1852; erected into a territorial government, and right in Congress, by act of May 26, 1864. 
to Delegate representation in Congress granted, by act of Feb- 6 Took his seat January 6, 1865. 

ruary 24, 1863. ' Erected into a state October 31, 1864. 

2 Served until June 17, 1864; succeeded by John B.S.Todd, 8 Resigned December 21, 1864, and took his seat as tho 

who contested his election. first Representative from the new state of Nevada the same 

s Successfully 'contested the election of William Jayne, and day. 
took his seat June 17, 1864. 9 Took his seat January 11, 1864, and served until October 

< Formed from a portion of the territory ceded to the 31, 1864, when the territory was elevated to statehood. 
United States by France by treaty of April 30, 1803; granted i° Election unsuccessfully contested by Jose M. Gallegos. 

territorial government, and right to Delegate representation 
in Congress, by act of March 3, 1863. 



THIRTY-NINTH CONGRESS. 



MARCH 4, 1865, TO MARCH 3, 1867 



FIRST SESSION— December 4, 1865, to July 28, 1866. SECOND SESSION— December 3, 
1866, to March 3, 1867. SPECIAL SESSION OF THE SENATE— March 4, 1865, to 
March 11, 1865. 



VICE PRESIDENT— Andrew Johnson, 1 of Tennessee. PRESIDENTS OF THE SENATE PRO 
TEMPORE— Lafayette S. Foster,- of Connecticut; Benjamin F. Wade, 3 of Ohio. SECRETARY OF 
THE SENATE— John W. Forney, of Pennsylvania. 

SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE— Schuyler Colfax, of Indiana. CLERK OF THE HOUSE— 
Edward McPherson, of Pennsylvania. 



Vacant. 



ALABAMA. 

SENATORS. 



Vacant. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 

Vacant. 



Vacant. 



ARKANSAS. 

SENATORS. 



Vacant. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 

Vacant. 
CALIFORNIA. 

SENATORS. 

James A. McDougall, San Francisco. John Conness, Sacramento. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

William Higby, Calaveras. 



Donald C. McRuer, San Francisco. 
John Bidwell, Chico. 



CONNECTICUT. 



SENATORS. 

Lafayette S. Foster, Norwich. James Dixon, Hartford. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 



Henry C. Deming, Hartford. 
Samuel L. Warner, Middletown 



Augustus Brandegee, New London. 
John H. Hubbard, Litchfield. 



1 Vice President Andrew Johnson became President on the serve in the absence of the Vice President," and did serve un- 
death of Abraham Lincoln, April 15, 1865. til March 2, 1867. 

* Elected March 7, 1865 (special session of the Senate), "to » Elected March 2, 1867. 

233 



234 



CONGRESSIONAL DIEECTOEY. 
DELAWARE. 



SENATORS. 

Willard Saulsbury, Georgetown. George R. Riddle, Wilmington. 

REPRESENTATIVE . 

John A. Nicholson, Dover. 



Vacant. 



FLORIDA. 

SENATORS. 



Vacant. 



REPRESENTATIVE . 

Vacant. 



Vacant. 



GEORGIA. 

SENATORS. 



Vacant. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 

Vacant. 
ILLINOIS. 



Lyman Trumbull, Chicago. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John Wentworth, Chicago. 

John F. Farnsworth, St. Charles. 

Elihu B. Washburne, Galena. 

Abner C. Harding, Monmouth. 

Ebon C. Ingersoll, Peoria. 

Burton C. Cook, Ottawa. 

Henry P. H. Bromwell, Charleston. 



Richard Yates, Jacksonville. 

Shelby M. Cullom, Springfield. 
Lewis W. Ross, Lewistown. 
Anthony Thornton, Shelbyville. 
Samuel S. Marshall, McLeansboro. 
Jehu Baker, Belleville, 
Andrew J. Kuykendall, Vienna. 
Samuel W. Moulton, Shelbyville. 



Henry S. Lane, Crawfordsville. 



INDIANA. 

SENATORS. 

REPRESENTATIVES . 



William E. Niblack, Vincennes. 
Michael C. Kerr, New Albany. 
Ralph Hill, Columbus. 
John H. Farquhar, Brookville. 
George W. Julian, Centreville. 
Ebenezer Dumont, Indianapolis. 



Thomas A. Hendricks, Indianapolis. 



Daniel W. Voorhees, 1 Terre Haute. 
Henry D. Washburn, 2 Clinton. 
Godlove S. Orth, La Fayette. 
Schuyler Colfax, South Bend. 
Joseph H. Defrees, Goshen. 
Thomas N. Still well, Anderson. 



IOWA. 



SENATORS. 



James Harlan, 3 Mount Pleasant. 
Samuel J. Kirkwood, 4 Iowa City. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



James F. Wilson, Fairfield. 
Hiram Price, Davenport. 
William B. Allison, Dubuque. 



James W. Grimes, Burlington. 



Josiah B. Grinnell, Grinnell. 
John A. Kasson, Des Moines. 
Asahel W. Hubbard, Sioux City. 



i Served until February 23, 1866; succeeded by Henry D. 
Washburn, who contested his election. 

s Successfully contested the election of Daniel W. Voorhees. 
and took his seat February 23, 1866. 



3 Resigned May 15, 1S65, having been appointed Secretary of 
the Interior. 

* Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of lames Har- 
lan, and took his seat January 24, 1866. 



TUIKTY-NINTH CONGRESS. 
KANSAS. 



235 



SENATORS. 



Samuel C. Pomeroy, Atchison. 



James II. Lane,' Lawrence. 
Edmund G. Ross, 2 Lawrence. 



REPRESENTATIVE. 



Sidney Clarke, Lawrence. 



KENTUCKY. 



Garrett Davis, Paris. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Lawrence S. Trimble, Paducah. 
Burwell C. Ritter, Hopkinsville. 
Henry Grider, 3 Bowling Green. 
Elijah Hise, 1 Russellville. 
Aaron Harding, Greensburg. 
Lovell H. Rousseau, 5 Louisville. 



James Guthrie, Louisville. 



Green C. Smith, 6 Covington. 
Andrew H. Ward, 7 Cynthiana. 
George S. Shanklin, Nicholasville. 
Samuel McKee, Mount Sterling. 
William H. Randall, London. 



Vacant. 



LOUISIANA. 

SENATORS. 



Vacant. 



Lot M. Morrill, Augusta. 

John Lynch, Portland. 
Sidney Perham, Paris. 
James G. Blaine, Augusta. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 

Vacant. 
MAINE. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



MARYLAND. 



William Pitt Fessenden, Portland. 



John H. Rice, Foxcroft. 
Frederick A. Pike, Calais. 



Reverdy Johnson, Baltimore. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Hiram McCullough, Elkton. 
John L. Thomas, jr., Baltimore. 
Charles E. Phelps, Baltimore. 



John A. J. Creswell, 8 Elkton. 



Francis Thomas, Frankville. 
Benjamin G. Harris, Leonardtown. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 



Charles Sumner, Boston. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Thomas D. Eliot, New Bedford. 
Oakes Ames, North Easton. 
Alexander H. Rice, Boston. 
Samuel W. Hooper, Boston. 
John B. Alley, Lynn. 



Henry Wilson, Natick. 

Daniel W. Gooch, 9 Melrose. 
Nathaniel P. Banks, 10 Waltham. 
George S. Boutwell, Groton. 
John D. Baldwin, Worcester. 
William B. Washburn, Greenfield. 
Henry L. Dawes, Pittsfield. 



' Died July 11, 1866. 

2 Appointed to till vacancy caused by death of James H. 
Lane, and took his seat July 25, 1866; subsequently elected. 

3 Died .September 14, 1866. 

4 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Henry Grider, 
and took Ms seat December 3, 1866. 

' Resigned July 21, 1866; subsequently reelected, and took 
bis scat DecembeY3, 1866. 
» Resigned in 1866. 



' Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Green Clay 
Smith, and took his seat December 3, 1866. 

8 Elected tofillvacancycaused bvdeathof Thomasll Hicks 
in preceding Congress, and took his seat December 4, 1865. 

s Resigned September 1, 1865, before the convening of the 
Congress. 

» Elected to fill vacancy occasioned bv resignation of Daniel 
W. Gooch, and took his seat December 4, 1865. 



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Zachariah Chandler, Detroit. 

Fernando C. Beaman, Adrian. 
Charles Upson, Cold water. 
John W. Longyear, Lansing. 



Alexander Ramsey, St. Paul. 



MICHIGAN. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



MINNESOTA. 



SENATORS. 



Jacob M. Howard, Detroit. 



Thomas W. Ferry, Grand Haven. 
Rowland E. Trowbridge,' Birmingham 
John F. Driggs, East Saginaw. 



Daniel S. Norton, Winona. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 

William Windom, Winona. Ignatius Donnelly, Hastings. 

MISSISSIPPI. 



Vacant. 



John B. Henderson, Louisiana. 



SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 

Vacant. 
MISSOURI. 

SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John Hogan, St. Louis. 
Henry T. Blow, St. Louis. 
Thomas E. Noell, Perryville. 
John R. Kelso, 2 Springfield. 
Joseph W. McClurg, Linn Creek. 



Vacant. 



B. Gratz Brown, St. Louis. 

Robert T. Van Horn, Kansas City. 
Benjamin F. Loan, St. Joseph. 
John F. Benjamin, Shelbyville. 
George W. Anderson, Louisiana. 



Vacant. 



NEBRASKA. 3 



SENATORS. 



Vacant. 



REPRESENTATIVE. 

Turner M. Marquett, 4 Plattsmouth. 
NEVADA. 



SENATORS. 

William M. Stewart, Virginia City. James W. Nye, Carson City. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

Delos R. Ashley, Virginia City. 
NEW HAMPSHIRE. 



Daniel Clark, 5 Manchester. 
George G. Fogg, 6 Concord. 

Gilman Marston, Exeter. 
Edward H. Rollins, Concord. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



NEW JERSEY. 



SENATORS. 

William Wright, 7 Newark. 

Frederick T. Frelinghuysen, 3 Newark. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John F. Starr, Camden. 
William A. Newell, Allentown. 
Charles Sitgreaves, Phillipsburg. 



Aaron H. Cragin, Lebanon. 



James W. Patterson, Hanover. 



John P. Stockton, 9 Trenton. 
Alexander G. Cattell, 10 Camden. 



Andrew J. Rogers, Newton. 
Edwin R. V. Wright, Hudson City. 



i Election unsuccessfully contested by Augustus C. Baldwin. 
2 Election unsuccessfully contested by S. H. Boyd, 
a Admitted as a state into the Union, March 1, 1867. 
4 Took his seat March 2, 1867. 

6 Resigned July 27, 1866. 

Appointed to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Daniel 
Clark, and took his seat December 3, 1866. 

7 Died November 1, 1806. 

' Appointed to fill vacancy caused by death of William 



Wright, and took his seat December 3, 1866; subsequently 
elected. 

9 Presented credentials and qualified December 4, 1S65; pro- 
test of members of New Jersey Legislature against his admis- 
sion filed the same day; served until March 27, 1S66, when the 
seat was declared vacant. 

10 Elected to fill vacancy caused by the Senate declaring the 
seat of John P. Stockton vacant, and took his seat December 
3, 1866. 



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237 



NEW YORK 



SENATORS. 

Ira Harris, Albany. 

REPRESENTATIVES . 

Stephen Taber, Roslyn. 
Tennis G. Bergen, New Utrechl . 
James Humphrey, 1 Brooklyn 
John W. Hunter, 2 Brooklyn. 
Morgan Jones, New York. 
Nelson Taylor, New Y T ork. 
Henry J. Raymond, New York. 
John W. Chanler, New York. 
James Brooks, 3 New York . 
William E. Dodge, 4 New York. 
William A. Darling, New York. 
William Radford, Yonkers. 
Charles H. Winfield, Goshen. 
John H. Ketcham, Dover. 
Edwin N. Hubbell, Coxsaekie. 
Charles Goodyear, Schoharie. 
John A. Griswold, Troy. 



Edwin D. Morgan, New York. 

Robert S. Hale, Elizabethtown. 
Orlando Kellogg, 5 Elizabethtown. 
Calvin T. Hulburd, Brasher Falls. 
James M. Marvin, Saratoga Springs. 
Demas Hubbard, jr., Smyrna. 
Addison H. Laflin, Herkimer. 
Roscoe Conkling, Utica. 
Sidney T. Holmes, Morrisville. 
Thomas T. Davis, Syracuse. 
Theodore M. Pomeroy, Auburn. 
Daniel Morris, Penn Yan. 
Giles W. Hotchkiss, Binghamton. 
Hamilton Ward, Belmont. 
Roswell Hart, Rochester. 
Burt Van Horn, Newfane. 
James M. Humphrey, Buffalo. 
Henrv Van Aernam, Franklinville. 



NORTH CAROLINA. 



Vacant. 



SENATORS. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Vacant. 



Vacant. 



Benjamin F. Wade, Jefferson. 



OHIO. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Benjamin Eggleston, Cincinnati. 
Rutherford B. Hayes, Cincinnati. 
Robert C. Schenck, Dayton. 
William Lawrence, Bellefontaine. 
Francis C. Le Blond, Celina. 
Reader W. Clarke, Batavia. 
Samuel Shellabarger, Springfield. 
James R. Hubbell, Delaware. 
Ralph P. Buckland, Fremont. 
James M. Ashlev, Toledo. 



OREGON. 



SENATORS. 



John Sherman, Mansfield. 



Hezekiah S. Bundy, Reeds Mill. 
William. E. Finck, Somerset. 
Columbus Delano, 6 Mount Vernon. 
Martin Welker, Wooster. 
Tobias A. Plants, Pomeroy. 
John A. Bingham, Cadiz. 
Ephriam R. Eckley, Carrollton. 
Rufus P. Spalding, Cleveland. 
James A Garfield, Hiram. 



James W. Nesmith, Salem. George H. Williams, Portland. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

John II. D. Henderson, Eugene City. 
PENNSYLVANIA. 



Edgar Cowan, Greensburg. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Samuel J. Randall, Philadelphia. 
Charles O'Neill, Philadelphia. 
Leonard Myers, Philadelphia. 
William D. Kelley, Philadelphia. 

> Died June 16, 1866. 

'Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of James Hum- 
phrey, and took his seat December 4, 1866. 

3 Served until April 7, 1866; succeeded by William E. Dodge, 
who contested his election. 



Charles R. Buckalew, Bloomsburg. 



M . Russell Thayer, Chestnut Hill. 
Benjamin M. Boyer, Norristown. 
John M. Broomall, Media. 
Sydenham E. Ancona, Reading. 

* Successfully contested the election of James Brooks, and 
took his seat April 7, 1866. 

5 Died August 24, 1S66. 

6 Election unsuccessfully contested by Charles Follett. 



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Thaddeus Stevens, Lancaster. 
Myer Strouse, Pottsville. 
Philip Johnson, 1 Easton. 
Charles Dennison, Wilkes-Barre. 
Ulysses Mercur, Towanda. 
George F. Miller, Lewisburg. 
Adam J. Glossbrenner, York. 
Alexander H. Coffroth, 2 Somerset. 
William H. Koontz, 3 Somerset. 



Abraham A. Barker, Edenburg. 
Stephen F. Wilson, Wellsboro. 
Glenni W. Scorield, Warren. 
Charles V. Culver, Franklin. 
John L. Dawson, 4 Brownsville. 
James K. Moorhead, Pittsburgh. 
Thomas Williams, Pittsburgh. 
George V. Lawrence, Monongahela City. 



RHODE ISLAND. 

SENATORS. 

Henry B. Anthony, Providence. William Sprague, Providence. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Thomas A. Jenckes, Providence. Nathan F. Dixon, Westerly. 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 

SENATORS. 



Vacant. 



Vacant. 



Joseph S. Fowler, 6 Nashville. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 

Vacant. 
TENNESSEE/' 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



Nathaniel G. Taylor, 8 Happy Valley. 
Horace Maynard, s Knoxville. 
William B. Stokes, 8 Liberty. 
Edmund Cooper, 9 Shelbyville. 



David T. Patterson, 7 Greeneville. 



William B. Campbell, 10 Lebanon. 
Samuel M. Arnell, 10 Columbia. 
Isaac R. Hawkins, 8 Huntingdon. 
John W. Leftwich, 9 Memphis. 



Vacant. 



TEXAS. 

SENATORS. 
RREPRESENTATIVES. 

Vacant. 
VERMONT. 



Vacant. 



SENATORS. 



Solomon Foot, 11 Rutland. 

George F. Edmunds, 12 Burlington. 



Jacob Collamer. 13 

Luke P. Poland, 11 St. Johnsbury. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Frederick E. Woodbridge, Vergennes. 
Justin S. Morrill, Strafford. 



Portus Baxter, Derby Line. 



Vacant. 



VIRGINIA. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 

Vacant. 



Vacant. 



' Died January 29, 1867. 

2 Took his seat February 19, 1866; served until July 18, 1866; 
succeeded by William H. Koontz who contested his election. 

3 Successfully contested the election of Alexander H. Coff- 
roth, and took his seat July 18, 1806. 

4 Election unsuccessfully contested by_ Smith Fuller. 

b Readmitted to representation by joint resolution of July 
24, 1866. 
e Took his seat July 25, 1866; term to expire March 3, 1871. 
' Took his seat July 28, 1866; term to expire March 3, 1869. 



s Took his seat July 24, 1866. 

» Took his seat July 25, 1866. 

10 Took his seat December 3, I860; election unsuccessfully con- 
tested by Dorsey B. Thomas. 
" Died March 28, 1866. 

12 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Solomon Foot, 
and took his seat December 3, 1S6G. * 

13 Died November 8, 1865. 

"'Appointed to fill vacancy caused by death of Jacob Colla- 
mer, and took his seat December 4, 1865. 



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WEST VIRGINIA. 

SENATORS. ■ 

Waitman T. Willey, Morgantown. Peter G. Van Winkle, Parkersburg. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Chester D. Hubbard, Wheeling. Killian V. Whaley, Point Pleasant. 

George R. Latham, Grafton. 

WISCONSIN. 

SENATORS. 

James R. Doolittle, Racine. Timothy O. Howe, Green Bay. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Halbert E. Paine, Milwaukee. Charles A. Eldridge, Fond du Lac. 

Ithamar C. Sloan, Janesville. Philetus Sawyer, Oshkosh. 

Amasa Cobb, Mineral Point. Walter D. Mclndoe, Warsaw. 

TERRITORY OF ARIZONA. 

DELEGATE. 

John N. Goodwin, Prescott. 
TERRITORY OF COLORADO 

DELEGATE. 

Allen A. Bradford, Denver. 
TERRITORY OF DAKOTA 

DELEGATE. 

Walter A. Burleigh, Yankton. 
TERRITORY OF IDAHO. 

DELEGATE. 

E. D. Holbrook, Idaho City. 
TERRITORY OF MONTANA 

DELEGATE. 

Samuel McLean, Bannack City. 
TERRITORY OF NEBRASKA. 1 

DELEGATE. 

Phineas W. Hitchcock, Omaha. 
TERRITORY OF NEW MEXICO. 

DELEGATE. 

J. Francisco Chaves, Santa Fe. 
TERRITORY OF UTAH. 

DELEGATE. 

William H. Hooper, Salt Lake City. 
TERRITORY OF WASHINGTON. 

DELEGATE. 

Arthur A. Denny, Seattle, 
i Became a State March 1, 1867. 



FORTIETH CONGRESS. 



MARCH 4, 1867, TO MARCH 3, 1869. 



FIRST SESSION— March 4, 1867, to March 30, 1867; July 3, 1867, to July 20, 1867; Novem- 
ber 21, 1867, to December 2, 1867. SECOND SESSION— December 2, 1867, to July 27, 
1868; September 21, 1868, for one day only; October 16, 1868, for one day only; 
November 10, 1868, for one day only. THIRD SESSION— December 7, 1868, to March 3 
1869. SPECIAL SESSION OF THE SENATE— April 1, 1867, to April 20, 1867. 



VICE PRESIDENT ' . PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE PRO TEMPORE— Benjamin 

F. Wade, of Ohio. SECRETARIES OF THE SENATE — John W. Forney, of Pennsylvania; George 
C. Gorham, 2 of California. 

SPEAKERS OF THE HOUSE— Schuyler Colfax, of Indiana; Theodore M. Pomeroy, 3 of New 
York. CLERK OF THE HOUSE— Edward McPherson, of Pennsylvania. 



George E. Spencer, 5 Decatur. 



ALABAMA. 4 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Francis W. Kellogg, 7 Mobile. 
Charles W. Buckley, s Montgomery. 
Benjamin W. Norris, s Elmore. 



Willard Warner, 6 Montgomery. 



Charles W. Pierce, s Demopolis. 
John B. Callis, 8 Huntsville. 
Thomas Haughey, 8 Decatur. 



ARKANSAS. 9 



SENATORS. 

Alexander McDonald, 10 Little Rock. Benjamin F. Rice," Little Rock. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 



Logan H. Roots, 12 Devall Bluff. 
James Hinds, ,3 Little Rock. 



James T. Elliott, 14 Camden. 
Thomas Boles, 12 Dardanelle. 



CALIFORNIA. 



SENATORS. 

John Conness, Georgetown. Cornelius Cole, San Francisco. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 



Samuel B. Axtell, 15 San Francisco. 
William Higby, 15 Calaveras. 



James A. Johnson, 15 Downieville. 



i Vice President Andrew Johnson became President ii 
preceding Congress on the death of Abraham Lincoln. 
* Elected June 4, 1868. 
3 Elected March 3. 1869. 
' Readmitted to representation July 13, 186S. 
s Took his seat July 25, 1868; term to expire March 3, 1873. 
« Took his seat July 25, 1868; term to expire March 3, 1871. 
i Took his seat July 22, 1S68. 
> Took his seat July 21, 1868. 

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9 Readmitted to representation by passage of bill in both 
houses over the veto of President Johnson, June 22. 1868. 

i° Took his seat June 23, 1868; term to expire March 3, 1871. 

u Took his seat June 23 , 1868; term to expire March 3. 1873. 

'2 Took his seat June 24, 1868. 

« Took his seat June 24, 1868; died October 22, 1868. 

14 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of James Hinds, 
and took his seat January 13, 1869. 

" Took his seat November 21, 1867. 



FORTIETH CONGRESS. 
CONNECTICUT. 



241 



James Dixon, Hartford. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Richard P. Hubbard, Hartford. 
Julius Hotchkiss, Middletown. 



DELAWARE. 



SENATORS. 



George R. Riddle, 1 Wilmington. 
James A. Bayard, 2 Wilmington. 



Orris S. Ferry, Norwalk. 



Henry H. Starkweather, Norwich. 
William H. Barnum, Lime Rock. 



Willard Saulsbury, Georgetown. 



REPRESENTATIVE. 

John A. Nicholson, Dover. 
FLORIDA. 1 

SENATORS. 

Thomas W. Osborn, 4 Pensacola. Adonijah S. Welch, 5 Jacksonville. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

Charles M. Hamilton, 9 Marianna. 



Vacant. 



Joseph W. Clift, 9 Savannah. 
Nelson Tift, 9 Albany. 
William P. Edwards, 9 Butler. 



GEORGIA. 7 

SENATORS. 8 

REPRESENTATIVES. 



Vacant. 



Samuel F. Gove, 9 Griswoldville. 
Charles H. Prince, 11 Augusta. 
Pierce M. B. Young, 9 Cartersville. 



Lyman Trumbull, Chicago. 



ILLINOIS. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Norman B. Judd, Chicago. 

John F. Farnsworth, St. Charles. 

Elihu B. Washburne, Galena. 

Abner C. Harding, Monmouth. 

Ebon C. Ingersoll, Peoria. 

Burton C. Cook, Ottawa. 

Henry P. H. Bromwell, Charleston. 



Richard Yates, Jacksonville. 



Shelby M. Cullom, Springfield. 
Lewis W. Ross, Lewiston. 
Albert G. Burr, Winchester. 
Samuel S. Marshall, McLeansboro. 
Jehu Baker, Belleville. 
Green B. Raum, Harrisburg. 
John A. Logan, Carbondale. 



1 Died March 27, 1867. 

'Appointed to fill vacancy caused by death of George R. 
Riddle, and tookhisseat April 11, 1867;"subsequently elected. 
» Readmitted to representation June 25, 1868. 
' Took his seat June 30, 1868; term to expire March 3, 1873. 
s Took his seat July 2 1868; term to expire March 3, 1869. 

6 Took his seat July 1, 1868. 

7 Although Georgia did not comply with the requirements 
of the act of June 2.5, 1868. permitting her rerepresentation in 
Congress, and was not readmitted until July 15, 1870 (in the 
succeeding Congress) her Representatives were given seats as 
indicated. 



00346°— S. Doc. 654. 61-2- 



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8 On December 7. 1S6S, the credentials of Joshua Hill, elected 
by the legislature to fill vacancy in the term beginning March 
4, 1867, were presented and referred to the Committee on the 
Judiciary; on January 11. 1869, the credentials of Homer V. M. 
Miller, elected in the same manner, for the term beginning 
March 4, 1865, were presented and were similarily referred- on 
January 25, 1869, the committee reported that the State of 
Georgia had not complied with the conditions of an act pro- 
viding for her admission to representation, and that Mr Hill 
"ought not now to be admitted;" February 17, 1869, the com- 
mittee reported against admitting Mr. Miller to his seat and 
the cases remained undisposed of. 

9 Took his seat July 25, 1868. 



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INDIANA. 



SENATORS. 



Thomas A. Hendricks, Indianapolis. 



Oliver P. Morton, Indianapolis. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William E. Niblack, Vincennes. 
Michael C. Kerr, New Albany. 
Morton C. Hunter, Bloomington. 
William S. Holman, Aurora. 
George W. Julian, Centerville. 
John Coburn, Indianapolis. 



Henry D. Washburn, Clinton. 
Godlove S. Orth, La Fayette. 
Schuyler Colfax, South Bend. 
William Williams, Warsaw. 
John P. C. Shanks, Jay Court House. 



James W. Grimes, Burlington. 



IOWA. 

SENATORS. 



James Harlan, Mount Pleasant. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



James F. Wilson, Fairfield. 
Hiram Price, Davenport. 
William B. Allison, Dubuque. 



William Loughridge, Oskaloosa. 
Grenville M. Dodge, Council Bluffs. 
Asahel W. Hubbard, Sioux City. 



KANSAS. 

SENATORS. 

Samuel C. Pomeroy, Atchison. Edmund G. Ross, Lawrence. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

Sidney Clarke, Lawrence. 



Garrett Davis, Paris. 



KENTUCKY. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



Lawrence S. Trimble, 3 Paducah. 
Elijah Hise, 4 Russellville. 
Jacob S. Golladay, 5 Allensville. 
J. Proctor Knott, 6 Lebanon. 
Asa P. Grover, 6 Louisville. 



James Guthrie, 1 Louisville. 
Thomas C. McCreery, 2 Owensboro. 



Thomas L. Jones, 7 Newport. 
James B. Beck, 6 Lexington. 
George M. Adams, 8 Barbourville. 
Samuel McKee, 9 Mount Sterling. 



LOUISIANA. 



John S. Harris, 11 Vidalia. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



J. Hale Sypher, 13 New Orleans. 
James Mann, 14 New Orleans. 
Joseph P. Newsham, 13 Francesville. 



William Pitt Kellogg, 12 New Orleans. 



Michel Vidal, 13 Opelousas. 

W. Jasper Blackburn, 13 Homer. 



i Resigned February 7, 1SG8. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of James 
Guthrie, and took his seat February 28, 186S. 

3 Election unsuccessfully contested by G. G. Symmes; took 
his seat January 10, 1808. 

• Died May 8, 1867. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Elijah Hise; 
election unsuccessfully contested by 'George D. Blakey; took 
his seat December 5, 1867. 

6 Protests were presented against the seating of all members- 
elect from Kentucky on the ground they had been guilty of 
acts of disloyalty; pending an ordered investigation, the 
members were not sworn; a subcommittee visited Kentucky 
and reported the charg. s against him as unsustained, and rec- 
ommended that he be seated; qualified and took his seat 
December 3, 1867. 



' Charges of disloyalty preferred against him unsustained; 
took his seat December 4. 1867. 
» Took his seat July 8, 1867. 

9 Successfully contested the election of John D. Young, who 
was not permitted to qualify, and took his seat June 22, 1868. 

10 Readmitted to representation July 9, 1868. 

11 Took his seat July 17, 1S68; term to expire March 3, 1871. 

12 Took his seat July 17, 1S6S; term to expire March 3, 1873. 
" Took his seat July 1 8, 1868. 

h Took his seat July 18, 1S68; died August 26, 1868; Caleb S. 
Hunt and J. "H illis Menard claimed to have been elected to 
fill the vacancy , and Simon Jones claimed he was elected , in- 
stead of Manri. in the first instance. The House decided 
against all claimants, and the seat remained vacant for the 
remainder of the session. 



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MAINE. 



243 



Lot M. Morrill, Augusta. 



John Lynch, Portland. 
Sidney Perham, Paris. 
James G. Blaine, Augusta. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William Pitt Fessenden, Portland. 



John A. Peters, Bangor. 
Frederick A. Pike, Calais. 



MARYLAND. 

SENATORS. 



Reverdy Johnson, 1 Baltimore. 
William Pinkney Whyte, 2 Baltimore. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Hiram McCullough, Elkton. 

Stevenson Archer, Bel Air. 
Charles E. Phelps, Baltimore. 



George Vickers, 3 Chestertown. 



Francis Thomas, Frankville. 
Frederick Stone, Port Tobacco. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 

SENATORS. 



Charles Sumner, Boston. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Thomas D. Eliot, New Bedford. 
Oakes Ames, North Easton. 
Ginery Twichell, Brookline. 
Samuel Hooper, Boston. 
Benjamin F. Butler, Gloucester. 



Henry Wilson, Natick. 



Nathaniel P. Banks, Waltham. 
George S. Boutwell, Groton. 
John D. Baldwin, Worcester. 
William B. Washburn, Greenfield. 
Henry L. Dawes, Pittsfield. 



MICHIGAN. 

SENATORS. 

Zachariah Chandler, Detroit. Jacob M. Howard, Detroit. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 



Fernando C. Beaman, Adrian. 
Charles Upson, Coldwater. 
Austin Blair, Jackson. 



Thomas W 7 . Ferry, Grand naven. 
Rowland E. Trowbridge, Birmingham. 
John F. Driggs, East Saginaw. 



MINNESOTA. 

SENATORS. 

Alexander Ramsey, St. Paul. Daniel S. Norton, Winona. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

William Windom, Winona. Ignatius Donnelly, Hastings. 

MISSISSIPPI. 

SENATORS. 



Vacant. 



Vacant. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 

Vacant 



1 Resigned July 10, 1868. 

2 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Reverdy 
Johnson, and took his seat July 14. 1868. 

a Elected for term beginning March 4. 1807, and took his 
seat March 9, 1868. The credentials of Philip F. Thomas, 



member-elect, were presented March 18, 1867, but he was not 
permitted to qualify; on February 19, 1868, the Senate adopted 
a resolution that he was not entitled to qualify as he had 
"voluntarily given aid, countenance, and encourgement to 
persons engaged in armed hostility to the United States." 



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MISSOURI. 



SENATORS. 



John B. Henderson, Louisiana. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William A. Pile, 1 St. Louis. 
Carman A. Newcomb, Vineland. 
Thomas E. Noell, 2 Perryville. 
James R. McCormick, 3 Ironton. 
Joseph J. Gravely, Stockton. 
Joseph W. McClurg, 4 Linn Creek. 



Charles D. Drake, St. Louis. 



John H. Stover, 5 Versailles. 
Robert T. Van Horn, 6 Kansas City. 
Benjamin F. Loan, St. Joseph. 
John F. Benjamin, Shelbyville. 
George W. Anderson, 7 Louisiana. 



John M. Thayer, 8 Omaha. 



Thomas W. Tipton, 9 Brownville. 



NEBRASKA. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVE. 

John Taffe, Omaha. 
NEVADA. 

SENATORS. 

James W. Nye, Carson City. William M. Stewart, Virginia City. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

Delos R. Ashley, Austin. 
NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

SENATORS. 

Aaron H. Cragin, Lebanon. James W. Patterson, Hanover. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Jacob Benton, Lancaster. 



Jacob H. Ela, Rochester. 
Aaron F. Stevens, Nashua. 



NEW JERSEY. 



SENATORS. 

Alexander G. Cattell, Camden. Frederick T. Frelinghuysen, Newark. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

William Moore, Mays Landing. John Hill, Boon ton. 






Charles Haight, Freehold. 
Charles Sitgreaves, Phillipsburg. 



George A. Halsey, NewarK. 



NEW YORK. 



SENATORS. 



Edwin D. Morgan, New York. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Stephen Taber, Roslyn. 
Demas Barnes, Brooklyn. 
William E. Robinson, Brooklyn. 
John Fox, New York. 
John Morrissey, New York. 
Thomas E. Stewart, New York. 
John W. Chanler, New York. 
James Brooks, New York. 
Fernando Wood, New York. 
William H. Robertson, Katonah. 



Roscoe Conkling, Utica. 

Charles H. Van Wyck, Middletown. 
John H. Ketcham, Dover. 
Thomas Cornell, Rondout. 
John V. L. Pruyn, Albany. 
John A. Griswold, Troy. 
Orange Ferriss, Glens Falls. 
Calvin T. Hulburd, Brasher Falls. 
James M. Marvin, Saratoga Springs. 
William C. Fields, Laurens. 
Addison H. Laflin, Herkimer. 



1 Election unsuccessfully contested by John Hogan. 

2 Died October 4, 1867. 

s Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Thomas E. 
Noell, and took his seat December 17, 1867. 

« Resigned 1868. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Joseph W. 
McClurg, and took his seat December 7, 1868. 



6 Election unsuccessfully contested by James H. Birch. 

7 Election unsuccessfully contested by William F. Switzler. 

8 Took his seat March 4, 1867; term to expire, as determined 
by lot, March 3, 1871. 

» Took his seat March 4, 1867; term to expire, as determined 
by lot, March 3, 1869. 



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Roscoe Conkling, 1 Utica. 
Alexander H. Bailey, 2 Rome. 
John C. Churchill, Oswego. 
Dennis McCarthy, Syracuse. 
Theodore M. Pomeroy, Auburn. 
William H. Kelsey, Geneseo. 



William S. Lincoln, Owego. 
Hamilton Ward, Belmont. 
Lewis Selye, Rochester. 
Burt Van Horn, Lockport. 
James M. Humphrey, Buffalo. 
Henry Van Aernam, Franklinville. 



NORTH CAROLINA. 



Joseph C. Abbott, 4 Wilmingtc 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John R. French, 6 Eden ton. 
David Heaton, 7 Newbern. 
Oliver H. Dockery, 8 Richmond. 
John T. Deweese, 6 Raleigh. 



Benjamin F. Wade, Jefferson. 



OHIO. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Benjamin Eggleston, Cincinnati. 
Rutherford B. Hayes, 10 Cincinnati. 
Samuel F. Cary, 11 Cincinnati. 
Robert C. Schenck, Dayton. 
William Lawrence, Bellefontaine. 
William Mungen, Findlay. 
Reader W. Clarke, Batavia. 
Samuel Shellabarger, Springfield. 
Cornelius S. Hamilton, 12 Marysville. 
John Beatty, 13 Cardingt.on. 
Ralph P. Buckland, Fremont. 



John Pool, 5 Elizabeth City. 



Israel G. Lash, 9 Salem. 
Nathaniel Boyden, 8 Salisbury. 
Alexander II. Jones, 6 Asheville. 



John Sherman, Mansfield. 



James M. Ashley, Toledo. 
John T. Wilson, Tranquility. 
Philadelph Van Trump, Lancastenr. 
George W. Morgan, 14 Mount Verno. 
Columbus Delano, 15 Mount Vernon. 
Martin Welker, Wooster. 
Tobias A. Plants, Pomeroy. 
John A. Bingham, Cadiz. 
Ephraim R. Eckley, Carrollton. 
Rufus P. Spalding, Cleveland. 
James A. Garfield, Hiram. 



OREGON. 



SENATORS. 

George H. Williams, Portland. Henry W. Corbett, Portland. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

Rufus Mallory, Salem. 
PENNSYLVANIA. 



SENATORS. 



Charles R. Buckalew, Bloomsburg. 



Simon Cameron, Harrisburg. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Samuel J. Randall, Philadelphia. 
Charles O'Neill, Philadelphia. 
Leonard Myers, Philadelphia. 
William D Kellev, Philadelphia. 
Caleb N. Taylor, Bristol. 
Benjamin M. Boyer, Norristown. 
John M. Broomall, Media. 
J. Lawrence Getz, Reading. 
Thaddeus Stevens, 16 Lancaster. 
Oliver J. Dickey, 17 Lancaster. 
Henry L. Cake, Tamaqua. 
Daniel M. Van Auken, Milford. 
Charles Denison, 18 Wilkes-Barre. 
George W. Woodward, 19 Wilkes-Barre. 



Ulysses Mercur, Towanda. 

George F. Miller, Lewisburg. 

Adam J. Glossbrenner, York. 

William H. Koontz, Somerset. 

Daniel J. Morrell, Johnstown. 

Stephen F. Wilson, Wellsboro. 

Glenni W. Scofield, Warren. 

Darwin A. Finney, 20 Meadville. 

S. Newton Pettis, 21 Meadville. 

John Covode, Lockport. 

James K. Moorhead, Pittsburgh. 

Thomas Williams, Allegheny. 

George V.Lawrence, MonongahelaCity. 



' Resigned in 1S67, having been elected Senator. 

5 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Roscoe 
Conkling, elected Senator, and took his seat November 30, 1807. 

3 Readmitted to representation July 4, 1868. 

< Took his seat July 17,1868; term to expire March 3, 1871. 

> Took his seat July 17, 1868; term to expire March 3, 1873. 

e Took h is seat July 6, 1868. 

' Took his seat July 15, 1868. 

8 Took his seat July 13, 1868. 

s Took his seat July 20. 1868. 
'o Resigned in December, 1867. 

u Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Rutherford 
B. Hayes, and took his seat November 21, 1867. 
» Died December 21, 1867. 

13 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Cornelius S. 
Hamilton, and took his seat February 5, 1868. 



11 Served until June 3, 18C8; succeeded by Columbus Delano, 
who contested his election. 

15 Successfully contested the election of George W. Morgan, 
and took his seat June 3, 1868. 

is Died August 11, 1868. 

i' Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Thaddeus Stevens, 
and took his seat December 7, 1868. 

's Died June 27, 1867. 

19 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Charles Denison, 
and took his seat November 21, 1867. 

» Died August 25, 1868. 

!l Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Darwin A. Fin- 
ney, and took his seat December 7, 1868. 



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RHODE ISLAND. 

SENATORS. 

Henry B. Anthony, Providence. William Sprague, Providence. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Thomas A. Jenckes, Cumberland. Nathan F. Dixon, Westerly. 

SOUTH CAROLINA.' 

SENATORS. 

Thomas J. Robertson, 2 Columbia. Frederick A. Sawyer, 3 Bolton. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



B. Frank Whittemore, 4 Darlington. 
Christopher C. Bowen, 6 Charleston. 



Manuel Simeon Corley, 6 Lexington. 
James H. Goss, 4 Union Court House. 



TENNESSEE. 

SENATORS. 

Joseph S. Fowler, Nashville. David T. Patterson, Greenville. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 7 



Roderick R. Butler, 8 Mountain City. 
Horace Maynard, 9 Knoxville. 
William B. Stokes, 9 Alexandria. 
James Mullins, 9 Shelbyville. 



John Trimble, 9 Nashville. 
Samuel M. Arnell, 10 Columbia. 
Isaac R. Hawkins, 9 Huntingdon. 
David A. Nunn, 9 Brownsville. 



Vacant. 



TEXAS. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 

Vacant. 
VERMONT. 



Vacant. 



SENATORS. 

George F. Edmunds, Burlington. Justin S. Morrill, Strafford. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Fred. E. Woodbridge, Vergennes. 
Luke P. Poland, St. johnsbury. 



Vacant. 



VIRGINIA. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 

Vacant. 



Worthington C. Smith, St. Albans. 



Vacant. 



WEST VIRGINIA. 



SENATORS. 



Peter G. Van Winkle, Parkersburg. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Chester D. Hubbard, Wheeling. 
Bethuel M. Kitchen, Martinsburg. 



Wait man T. Willey, Morgantown. 



Daniel Polsley, Point Pleasant. 



1 Readmitted to representation July 9, 18G8. 

* Took his seat July 20, 1868: term to expire March 3, 1871. 
a Took his seat July 22, 1868; term to expire March 3, 1873. 
« Took his seat July 18, 1868. 

s Took his seat July 20, 1868. 

• Took his seat July 25, 1868. 

T The credentials of Thomas A. Hamilton, claiming to be a 
member-elect from the State at large, were presented; claimant 
held that, inasmuch as Tennessee had voluntarily emanci- 
pated and enfranchised her slaves, she had added to her repre- 



sentative population a sufficient number to give her nine, In- 
stead of eight, Representatives and he had been elected as such 
ninth member. It was the first of many similar claims made 
by other readmitted States; the majority report was adverse 
to the claimant and, although the House took no formal action, 
he was not seated. 

= Took his seat June 26, 1868. 

» Took his seat November 21, 1867. 
i° Took his seat November 25, 1867. 



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WISCONSIN. 

SENATORS. 

James R. Doolittle, Racine. Timothy O. Howe, Green Bay. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Halbert E. Paine, Milwaukee. Charles A. Eldridge, Fond du Lac. 

Benjamin F. Hopkins, Madison. Philetus Sawyer, Ohkosh. 

Amasa Cobb, Mineral Point. Cadwallader C. Washburn, La Crosse. 

TERRITORY OF ARIZONA. 

DELEGATE. 

Coles Bashford, Tucson. 
TERRITORY OF COLORADO. 

DELEGATE. 

George M. Chilcott, Excelsior. 
TERRITORY OF DAKOTA. 

DELEGATE. 

Walter A. Burleigh, Yankton. 
TERRITORY OF IDAHO. 

DELEGATE. 

E. D. Holbrook, Idaho City. 
TERRITORY OF MONTANA. 

DELEGATE. 

James M. Cavanaugh, Helena. 
TERRITORY OF NEW MEXICO. 

DELEGATES. 

Charles P. Clever, 1 Santa Fe. J. Francisco Chaves. 2 

TERRITORY OF UTAH. 

DELEGATE. 

William H. Hooper, 3 Salt Lake City. 
TERRITORY OF WASHINGTON. 

DELEGATE. 

Alvan Flanders, Walla Walla. 

' Served until February 20, 1869; succeeded by J. Francisco 3 Election unsuccessfully contested by William McGrorty. 
Chaves, who contested his election. 

! Successfully contested the election of Charles P. Clever, 
and took his seat February 20, 1869. 



FORTY-FIRST CONGRESS. 



MARCH 4, 1869, TO MARCH 3, 1871. 



FIRST SESSION— March 4, 1869, to April 10, 1869. SECOND SESSION— December 6, 
1869, to July 15, 1870. THIRD SESSION— December 5, 1S70, to March 3, 1871. 
SPECIAL SESSION OF THE SENATE— April 12, 1869, to April 22, 1S69. 



VICE PRESIDENT— Schuyler Colfax, of Indiana. PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE PRO TEM- 
PORE— Henry B. Anthony, 1 of Rhode Island. SECRETARY OF THE SENATE— George C. Gorham, 
of California. 

SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE— James G. Blaine, of Maine. CLERK OF THE HOUSE— Edward 
McPherson, of Pennsylvania. 



ALABAMA. 

SENATORS. 

George E. Spencer, Decatur. Willard Warner, Montgomery. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Alfred E. Buck, Mobile. Charles Hays, 2 Eutaw. 

Charles W. Buckley, Montgomery. Peter M. Dox, 3 Huntsville. 

Robert S. Heflin, 2 Opelika. William C. Sherrod, 2 Courtland. 

ARKANSAS. 

SENATORS. 

Alexander McDonald, Little Rock. ' Benjamin F. Rice, Little Rock. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Logan H. Roots, Duvalls Bluff. Thomas Boles, Dardanelle. 

Anthony A. C. Rogers, Pine Bluff. 

CALIFORNIA. 

SENATORS. 

Cornelius Cole, San Francisco. Eugene Casserly, San Francisco. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Samuel B. Axtell, San Francisco. James A. Johnson, Downieville. 

Aaron A. Sargent, Nevada City. 

CONNECTICUT. 

SENATORS. 

Orris S. Ferry, Norwalk. William A. Buckingham, Norwich. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Julius L. Strong, Hartford. Henry H. Starkweather, Norwich. 

Stephen W. Kellogg, Waterbury. William H. Barnurn, Lime Rock. 

1 Elected March 23, 1869; April 9,1869; May 2S, 1870; July 1, 3 Qualified underact of July 2,1862,and took his seat Decem- 
1870; July 14. 1870. ber 7, 1869. 

2 Qualified under act of July 11, 1868, and took his seat 
December 7, 1869. 

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249 



DELAWARE. 

SENATORS. 



Willard Saulsbury, Georgetown. 



Thomas F. Bayard, Wilmington. 



REPRESENTATIVE. 

Benjamin T. Biggs, Summit Bridge. 
FLORIDA. 

SENATORS. 



Thomas W. Osborn, Pensacola. 



Abijah Gilbert, St. Augustine. 



REPRESENTATIVE. 

Charles M. Hamilton, Jacksonville. 
GEORGIA. 1 

SENATORS. 2 



Joshua Hill, 3 Madison. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William W. Paine, 6 Savannah. 
Richard H. Whiteley,' Bainbridge. 
Marion Bethune, 8 Talbotton. 
Jefferson F. Long, 9 Macon. 



Lyman Trumbull, Chicago. 



ILLINOIS. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Norman B. Judd, Chicago. 
John F. Farnsworth, St. Charles. 
Elihu B. Washburne, 10 Galena. 
Horatio C. Burchard, 11 Freeport. 
John B. Hawley, Rock Island. 
Ebon C. Ingersoll, Peoria. 
Burton C. Cook, Ottawa. 
Jesse H. Moore, Decatur. 



Homer V. M. Miller, 4 Rome. 



Stephen A. Corker, 6 Waynesboro. 
William P. Price, 8 Dahlonega. 
Pierce M. B. Young, 8 Cartersville. 



Richard Yates, Jacksonville. 



Shelby M. Cullom, Springfield. 
Thompson W. McNeely, Petersburg. 
Albert G. Burr, Carrcllton. 
Samuel S. Marshall, McLeansboro. 
John B. Hay, Belleville. 
John M. Cre'bs, Carmi. 
John A. Logan, Carbondale. 



INDIANA. 



Oliver P. Morton. Indianapolis. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William E. Niblack, Yincennes. 
Michael C. Kerr, New Albany. 
William S. Holman, Aurora. 
George W. Julian, 12 Centerville. 
John Coburn, Indianapolis. 
Daniel W. Voorhees, Terre Haute. 



Daniel D. Pratt, Logansport. 



Godlove S. Orth, La Fayette. 
James N. Tyner, 13 Peru. 
John P. C. Shanks, Jay Court House. 
William Williams, Warsaw. 
Jasper Packard, Laporte. 



1 Readmitted to representation by act of July 15, 1870. 

■ The credentials of Mr. Hill and Mr. Miller, presented in 
the Fortieth Congress, and undisposed ot on the files of the 
Senate, were referred again to the Committee on the Judi- 
ciary March 9, 18G9; they were reported back without rec- 
ommendation and ordered to lie on the table March IT, 1869; 
they were again referred to the committee February 14, 1870. 
A new election was held in Georgia, and on July 15, 1870, the 
credentials of Richard- H. Whiteley and Henry P. Farrow 
were presented and ordered to lie on the table, but were 
subsequently referred; on the same day of their presentation 
the act was approved readmitting Georgia to representation 
in Congress. The committee reported upon all the creden- 
tials January 23, 1871, resolving that Messrs. Hill and Miller 
were duly elected: that Mr. Hill should be permitted to take 
hisseat, but that Mr. Miller was disqualified by reason of his 
service in the Confederate Army: this report was adopted 
February 1, 1871. A joint resolution prescribing a qualifica- 
tion oath for Mr. Miller was approved February 24, 1871; took 
his seat the same day. 

3 Took his seat under the resolut ion of February 1 , 1871, on 
that day; term to expire March 3, 1873. 

* Qualified under the terms of the joint resolution approved 
February 24, 1871, and took his seat on that date; term to 
expire March 3, 1871. 



5 Pierce M. B. Young, Nelson Tift, W. P. Edwards, J. W. 
Clift, Samuel F. Gove, and C. H. Prince presented credentials 
alleging their election as representatives, April 20, 1868, the 
same election in which they were elected to the Fortieth Con- 
gress; by resolution of January 28, 1S70, they were declared not 
entitled toseats. Pierce M. B.Young subsequently presented 
credentials under a subsequent election and was seated. 

6 Qualified under act of July 11, 1868, and took his seat Jan- 
uary 24, 1871; election unsuccessfully contested by Thomas P. 
Beard. 

' Qualified under act of July 11, 1868, and took his seat 
February 9, 1871. 

8 Qualified under act of July 11, 1S6S, and took his seat Jan- 
uary 16, 1871. 

' Qualified under act of July 2, 1862, and took his seat Jan- 
uary 16, 1871. 

i° Resigned March 6, 1869. 

11 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Elihu B. 
Washburne, and took his seat December 6, 1S69. 

12 Election unsuccessfully contested by John S. Reid. 

13 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Daniel D. 
Pratt, elected Senator, and took his seat March 4, 1869. 



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CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY. 
IOWA. 

SENATORS. 



James W. Grimes, 1 Burlington. 
James B. Howell, 2 Keokuk. 



James Harlan, Mount Pleasant. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



George W. McCrary, Keokuk. 
J. William Smyth, 3 Marion. 
William P. Wolf, 4 Tipton. 
William B. Allison, Dubuque. 



William Loughridge, Oskaloosa. 
Frank W. Palmer, Des Moines. 
Charles Pomeroy, Fort Dodge. 



KANSAS. 

SENATORS. 



Samuel C. Pomeroy, Atchison. 



Edmund G. Ross, Lawrence. 



REPRESENTATIVE. 

Sidney Clarke, Lawrence. 
KENTUCKY. 



Garrett Davis, Paris. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Lawrence S. Trimble, Paducah. 
William N. Sweeney, Owensboro. 
Jacob S. Golladay, 6 Allensville. 
Joseph H. Lewis, 6 Glasgow. 
J. Proctor Knott, Lebanon. 



Thomas C. McCreery, Owensboro. 



Boyd Winchester, Louisville. 
Thomas L. Jones, Newport. 
James B. Beck, Lexington. 
George M. Adams, 7 Barbourville. 
John M. Rice, 8 Louisa. 



LOUISIANA. 



John S. Harris, Vidalia. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



J. Hale Sypher, 9 New Orleans. 
Lionel A. Sheldon, 10 New Orleans. 
Chester B. Darrall, 11 Brashear. 



William Pitt Kellogg, New Orleans. 



Joseph P. Newsham, 12 St. Francisville, 
Frank Morey, 13 Monroe. 



MAINE. 



SENATORS. 



William Pitt Fessenden, 14 Portland. 
Lot M. Morrill, 15 Augusta. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John Lynch, Portland. 
Samuel P. Morrill, Farmington. 
James G. Blaine, Augusta. 



Hannibal Hamlin, Bangor. 



John A. Peters, Bangor. 
Eugene Hale, Ellsworth. 



' Resigned December 6, 1869. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of James W. 
Grimes, and took his seat January 26, 1870. 

s Died September 30, 1870. 

< Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of William Smyth, 
and took his seat December 6, 1870. 

'' Resigned February 28, 1S70; the Governor of Kentucky 
peremptorily refused to accept the resignation and requested 
its withdrawal; the request was complied with; on March 7, 
1870, a resolution was presented in the House as a question 
of privilege, citing these facts and granting him the right to 
resume his seat; the House refused to entertain it. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Jacob S. 
Golladay, and took his seat May 10, 1870. 

' Election unsuccessfully contested by Sidney M. Barnes. 

8 Seated by resolution of March 5, 1869; election unsuccess- 
fully contested by John T. Zeigler. 

3 Election contested by Louis St. Martin; committeereported 
in favor of seating Mr. Sypher, and House adopted the report 
by a vote of 78 to 73, moved to reconsider by a vote of S6 to 



79, then adopted a substitute resolution declaring the sea 
vacant by a vote ol 99 to 70 (April 20, 1870); subsequently 
elected, and took bis seat December 5, 1870. 

i° Election unsuccessfully contested by Caleb S. Hunt; took 
his seat April 8, 1869. 

u Election unsuccessfully contested by Adolphe Bailey; took 
his seat July 6, 1870; 

12 Successfully contested the election of Michael Ryan, and 
took his seat May 23, 1870. 

13 Frank Morey, G.W. McCranie, and P. J. Kennedy each pre- 
sented credentials claiming to be the member-elect from the 
fifth congressional district; by resolution of April 28, 1870, it 
was declared there was no lawful election in the district. 
Morey subsequently presented credentials under a subsequent 
election, and took his seat December 6, 1870. 

" Died September 8, 1869. 

15 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by death of William Pitt 
Fessenden, and took his seat December 6, 1S69; subsequently 
elected. 



FORTY-FIRST CONGRESS. 
MARYLAND. 

SENATORS. 



251 



George Vickers, Chestertown. 



Samuel Hambleton, Easton. 
Stevenson Archer, Bel Air. 
Thomas Swann, Baltimore. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William T. Hamilton, 1 Ilagerstown. 



Patrick Hamill, Oakland. 
Frederick Stone, Port Tobacco. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 



Charles Sumner, Boston. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



James Buffinton, Fall River. 
Oakes Ames, North Easton. 
Ginery Twichell, Brookline. 
Samuel Hooper, Boston. 
Benjamin F. Butler, Lowell. 
Nathaniel P. Banks, Waltham. 



Henry Wilson, Natick. 



George S. Bout.well, 2 Groton. 
George M. Brooks, 3 Concord. 
George F. Hoar, Worcester. 
William B. Washburn, Greenfield. 
Henry L. Dawes, Pittsfield. 



MICHIGAN. 



Zachariah Chandler. Detroit. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Fernando C. Beaman, Adrian. 
William L. Stoughton, Sturgis. 
Austin Blair, Jackson. 



Jacob M. Howard, Detroit. 



Thomas W. Ferry, Grand Haven. 
Omar D. Conger, Port Huron. 
Randolph Strickland, St. Johns. 



MINNESOTA. 



Alexander Ramsey, St. Paul. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Morton S. Wilkinson, Mankato. 



Daniel S. Norton, 4 Winona. 
William Windom, 5 Winona. 
Ozora P. Stearns, 6 Rochester. 



Eugene M. Wilson, Minneapolis. 



MISSISSIPPI. 



Hiram R. Revels, 8 Natchez. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



George E. Harris, 10 Hernando. 
Joseph L. Morphis, 10 Pontotoc. 
Henry W. Barry, 11 Columbus. 



Adelbert Ames, 9 Natchez. 



George C. McKee, 12 Vicksburg. 
Legrand W. Perce, 12 Natchez. 



' Elected to All vacancy caused by resignation of Reverdy 
Johnson (in preceding Congress), and took his seat March 25, 
1809. 

s Resigned March 12, 1809, Jiaving been appointed Secretary 
of the Treasury. 

3 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of George S. 
Boutwell. and took his seat December 0, 1809. 

« Died July 13, 1870. 

5 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by death of Daniel S. Nor- 
ton, and took his seat December 1, 1870. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Daniel S. Norton, 
and took his seat January 23, 1871. 



7 Readmitted to representation by act of February 23, 1870. 

8 Took his seat February 25, 1870; term to expire March 3, 
1871. 

3 Took his seat April 1, 1870; term to expire March 3, 1875. 

10 Qualified under acl of July ll,lS08,and took his seat Febru- 
ary 23, 1870. 

» Took his seat April 8, 1870. 

> : Qualified under act of July 2, 1802, and took his scat Febru- 
ary 23, 1870. 



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CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY. 
MISSOURI. 

SENATORS. 



Charles D. Drake, 1 St. Louis. 
Daniel T. Jewett, 2 St. Louis. 
Francis P. Blair, jr., 3 St. Louis. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Erastus Wells, St. Louis. 
Gustavus A. Finkelnburg, St. Louis. 
James R. McCormick, Ironton. 
Sempronius H. Boyd, Springfield. 
Samuel S. Burdett, Osceola. 



John M. Thayer, Omaha. 



NEBRASKA. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVE. 

John Taffe, Omaha. 
NEVADA. 

SENATORS. 



Carl Schurz, St. Louis. 



Robert T. Van Horn, 4 Kansas City. 
Joel F. Asper, Chillicothe. 
John F. Benjamin, Shelbyville. 
David P. Dyer, 5 Louisiana. 



Thomas W. Tipton, Brownville. 



James W. Nye, Carson City. 



William M. Stewart, Virginia City. 



REPRESENTATIVE. 

Thomas Fitch, Belmont. 
NEW HAMPSHIRE. 



Aaron H. Cragin, Lebanon. 



Jacob H. Ela, Rochester. 
Aaron F. Stevens, Nashua. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



NEW JERSEY. 



James W. Patterson, Hanover. 



Jacob Benton, Lancaster. 



SENATORS. 



John P. Stockton, Trenton. 



Alexander G. Cattell, Camden. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

William Moore, Mays Landing. John Hill, Boonton. 

Charles Haight, Freehold. Orestes Cleveland, Jersey City. 

John T. Bird, Flemington. 

NEW YORK. 



Roscoe Conkling, Utica. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Henry A. Reeves, Greenport. 
John G. Schumaker, Brooklyn. 
Henry W. Slocum, Brooklyn. 
John Fox, New York. 
John Morrissey, New York. 
Samuel S. Cox, New York. 
Hervey C. Calkin, New York. 
James Brooks, New York. 
Fernando Wood, New York. 
Clarkson N. Potter, New Rochelle. 
George W. Greene, 6 Goshen. 
Charles H. Van Wyck, 7 Middletown. 



Reuben E. Fenton, Jamestown. 

John H. Ketcham, Dover. 
John A. Griswold, Catskill. 
Stephen L. Mayhatn, Schoharie. 
Adolphus H. Tanner, Whitehall. 
Orange Ferriss, Glens Falls. 
William A. Wheeler, Malone. 
Stephen Sanford, Amsterdam. 
Charles Knapp, Deposit. 
Addison H. Laflin, Herkimer. 
Alexander H. Bailey, Rome. 
John C. Churchill, Oswego. 
Dennis McCarthy, Syracuse. 



' Resigned December 19, 1870. 

2 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Charles 
D. Drake, and took his seat December 22, 1870. 

3 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Charles D. 
Drake, and took his seat January 25, 1871. 

* Election unsuccessfully contested by James Shields. 



5 Election unsuccessfully contested by "William F. Switzler. 

6 Served until February 17, 1870; succeeded by Charles H. 
Van Wyck, who contested his election. 

7 Successfully contested the election of George W. Greene, and 
took his seat February 17, 1870. 



FORTY-FIRST CONGRESS. 



253 



George W. Cowles, Clyde. 
William H. Kelsey, Geneseo. 
Giles W. Hotchkiss, Binghamton. 
Hamilton Ward, Belmont. 
Noah Davis, 1 Albion. 



Charles H. Holmes, 2 Albion. 
John Fisher, Batavia. 
David S. Bennett, Buffalo. 
Porter Sheldon, Jamestown. 



NORTH CAROLINA. 



SENATORS. 



Joseph C. Abbott, Wilmington. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Clinton L. Cobb, Elizabeth City. 
David Heaton, 3 Newbern. 
Joseph Dixon, 4 Hookerton. 
Oliver H. Dockery, Mangum. 
John T. Deweese, 5 Raleigh. 



OHIO. 



John Pool, Elizabeth City. 



John Manning, jr., 6 Pittsboro. 
Israel G. Lash, Salem. 
Francis E. Shober, 7 Salisbury. 
Alexander H. Jones, 8 Asheville. 



SENATORS. 



John Sherman, Mansfield. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Peter W. Strader, 9 Cincinnati. 
Job E. Stevenson, Cincinnati. 
Robert C. Schenck, Dayton. 
William Lawrence, Bellefontaine. 
William Mungen, Find lay. 
John A. Smith, Hillsboro. 
James J. Winans, Xenia. 
John Beatty, Cardington. 
Edward F. Dickinson, Fremont. 
Truman H. Hoag, 10 Belmont. 
Erasmus D. Peck, 11 Perrysburg. 



Allen G. Thurman, Columbus. 

John T. Wilson, Tranquility. 
Philadelph Van Trump, Lancaster. 
George W. Morgan, Mount Vernon. 
Martin Welker, Wooster. 
Eliakim H. Moore, Athens. 
John A. Bingham, Cadiz. 
Jacob A. Ambler, Salem. 
William H. Upson, Akron. 
James A. Garfield, Hiram. 



OREGON. 

SENATORS. 

George H. Williams, Portland. Henry W. Corbett, Portland. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

Joseph S. Smith, Portland. 
PENNSYLVANIA. 



Simon Cameron, Harrisburg. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Samuel J. Randall, Philadelphia. 
Charles O'Neill, Philadelphia. 
John Moffet, 12 Philadelphia. 
Leonard Myers, 13 Philadelphia. 
William D. Kelley, Philadelphia. 
John R. Reading, 14 Somerton. 
Caleb N. Taylor, 15 Bristol. 
John D. Stiles, Allentown. 
Washington Townsend, West Chester. 



John Scott, Huntingdon. 



J. Lawrence Getz, Reading. 
Oliver J. Dickey, Lancaster. 
Henry L. Cake, Tamaqua. 
Daniel M. Van Auken, Milford. 
George W. Woodward, Wilkes-Barre. 
Ulysses Mercur, Towanda. 
John B. Packer, Sunbury. 
Richard J. Haldeman, Harrisburg. 
John Cessna, Bedford. 



i Resigned July 15, 1870. 

- Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Noah Davis, 
and took his seat December 6, 1870. 

s Died June 25, 1870. 

* Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of David Heaton, 
and took his seat December 5, 1870. 

6 Resigned February 28, 1870; on March 1, 1870, the Commit- 
tee on Military Affairs reported a resolution declaring that he 
had made " an appointment to the United States Naval Acad- 
emy in violation of law, and that such appointment was in- 
fluenced by pecuniary considerations," and condemning the 
action; upon a roll call the resolution was agreed to by a vote 
of 170 too. 

s Elected to fill vacancy caused by the resignation of John 
T. Deweese, and took his seat December 7, 1870. 



7 Election unsuccessfully contested by Nathaniel Boyden. 

8 Election unsuccessfully contested by Plato Durham. 

9 Election unsuccessfully contested by Benjamin Eggleston. 
io Died February 1870. 

n Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Truman H. 
Hoag, and took his seat April 23. 1870. 

'2 Served until April 9, 1869; succeeded by Leonard Myers, 
who contested his election. 

»» Successfully contested the election of John Moffet, and took 
his seat April 9, 1869. 

» Served until April 13, 1870; succeeded by Caleb N. Taylor, 
who contested his election. 

is Successfully contested the election of John R. Reading, and 
took his seat April 13, 1870. 



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CONGRESSIONAL, DIEECTOEY. 



Daniel J. Morrell, Johnstown. 
William H. Armstrong, Williamsport. 
Glenni W. Scofield, Warren. 
Calvin W. Gilfillan, Franklin. 



Henry D. Foster, 1 Greensburg. 
James S. Negley, Pittsburgh. 
Darwin Phelps, Kittanning. 
Joseph B. Donley, Waynesburg. 



RHODE ISLAND. 

SENATORS. 

Henry B. Anthony, Providence. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Thomas A. Jenckes, Providence. 



William Sprague, Providence. 
Nathan F. Dixon, Westerly. 



SOUTH CAROLINA. 

SENATORS. 



Thomas J. Robertson, Columbia. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



B. Franklin Whittemore, 2 Darlington. 
Joseph H. Rainey, 3 Georgetown. 
Christopher C. Bowen, Charleston. 



Frederick A. Sawyer, Charleston. 



Solomon L. Hoge, 4 Columbia. 
Alexander S. Wallace, 5 Yorkville. 



Joseph S. Fowler, Nashville. 



TENNESSEE. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Roderick R. Butler, Taylorsville. 
Horace Maynard, Knoxville. 
William B. Stokes, Alexandria. 
Lewis Tillman, 7 Shelbyville. 



TEXAS. s 



SENATORS. 

James W. Flanagan, 9 Wallings Ferry. 



George W. Whitmore, 11 Tyler. 
John C. Conner, 12 Sherman. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



VERMONT. 



William G. Brownlow, Knoxville. 



William F. Prosser, Nashville. 
Samuel M. Arnell, Columbia. 
Isaac R. Hawkins, Huntingdon. 
William J. Smith, Memphis. 



Morgan C. Hamilton, 10 Austin. 



William T. Clark," Galveston. 
Edward Degener, 12 San Antonio. 



SENATORS. 



George F. Edmunds, Burlington. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Charles W. Willard, Montpelier. 
Luke P. Poland, St. Johnsbury. 



Justin S. Morrill, Strafford. 



Worthington C. Smith, St. Albans. 



i Both John Covode and Henry D. Foster claimed to have 
been elected, while the governor refused to sign a certificate 
or declare either elected; the House at first refused admission 
to either; ease was recommitted for investigation and on Feb- 
ruary 9, 1870, the House declared Mr. Foster entitled to the 
seat; took his seat the same day. Mr. Covode died January 11, 
1871. 

2 February 21, 1870, the Committee on Military Affairs pre- 
sented a report showing he had been ' ' influenced by improper 
pecuniary considerations in making appointments to the Mili- 
tary and Naval academies," and a resolution for his expul- 
sion; pending action he resigned February 24,1870; following 
the announcement, the House adopted a resolution, without 
a dissenting vote, declaring he had made such appointments 
in violation of law, that they were influenced by pecuniary 
considerations, that he was unworthy of a seat in the body, 
and condemning his conduct. June 18, 1870, credentials of his 
reelection were presented; on June 21, 1870, the JJouse passed 
a resolution citing its previous action, declining to allow him 
to be sworn, and directing the return of his credentials. 



3 Elected to fill vacancy caused by B. Frank Whittemore 
being refused his seat; took his seat December 12, 1870. 

4 Successfully contested the election of J. P. Reed, and took 
his seat April 8, 1869; the House had refused to permit Mr. 
Reed to qualify upon the ground of disloyalty. 

? Successfully contested the election of William D. Simpson , 
who was not permitted to qualify on his credentials, and took 
his seat May 27, 1S70. 

6 John B. Rogers claimed a seat as Representative at large, 
but claim was not seriously considered. 

7 Election unsuccessfully contested by C. A. Sheafe. 

» Readmitted to representation by act of March 30, 1870. 
'Took his seat March 31, 1870; term to expire March 3, 1875. 
i» Took his seat March 31, 1870; term to expire March 3,1877. 
" Took his seat March 31, 1870. 

12 Took his se/it March 31, 1870; election unsuccessfully con- 
tested by Benjamin F. Grafton. 



FORTY-FIRST CONGRESS. 

VIRGINIA. 1 

SENATORS. 

John W. Johnston, 2 Abingdon. John F. Lewis, 3 Port Republic. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 4 



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Richard S. Ayer, 5 Warsaw. 
James H. Piatt, jr., 6 Petersburg. 
< h;;rles II. Porter, Richmond. 
George W. Booker, 7 Martinsville. 
Robert Ridgway, 8 Cool Well. 



Richard T. W. Duke, 9 Charlottesville. 
William Milnes, jr., 6 Shenandoah Iron 

Works. 
Lewis McKenzie," Alexandria. 
James King Gibson, 6 Abingdon. 



WEST VIRGINIA. 

SENATORS. 

Waitman T. Willey, Morgantown. Arthur I. Boreman, Parkersburg. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 



Isaac II. Duval, Wellsburg. 
James C. McGrew, Kingwood. 



John S. Witcher, Guyandotte. 



WISCONSIN. 



SENATORS. 



Timothy O. Howe, Green Bay. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Halbert E. Paine, Milwaukee. 
Benjamin F. HopkiDs, 10 Madison. 
David Atwood, 11 Madison. 
Amasa Cobb, Mineral Point. 



Matthew H. Carpenter, Milwaukee. 



Charles A. Eldridge, Fond du Lac. 
Philetus Sawyer, Oshkosh. 
Cadwallader C. Washburn, La Crosse. 



TERRITORY OF ARIZONA. 

DELEGATE. 

Richard C. McCormick, Tucson. 
TERRITORY OF COLORADO. 

DELEGATE. 

Allen A. Bradford, Pueblo. 
TERRITORY OF DAKOTA. 

DELEGATE. 

Samuel L. Spink, Yankton 
TERRITORY OF IDAHO. 

DELEGATE. 

Jacob K. Shafer, Idaho City. 



i Readmitted to representation by act of January 26, 1870. 

2 Took his seat January 28, 1870*; term to expire March 3, 
1871. 

3 Took his seat January 27, 1870; term to expire March 3, 
1875. 

* The Virginia constitutional convention called under re- 
construction laws passed an ordinance providing for a ninth 
Representative at large; credentials of Joseph Segar as such 
Repres nlative were presented January 25. 1870; on July 11, 
1870, the House adopted a resolution, without division, declar- 
ing him not entitled to a seat. 

5 Qualified under act of July 2, 1862, and took his seat Jan- 
uary 31, 1S70. 



6 Took his seat January 27, 1870. 

6 Took his seat January 28, 1870. 

7 Election unsuccessfully contested by Charles Whittlesey; 
took his seat January 31, 1870. 

7 Qualified under act of July2, 1862, and took hisseat Febru- 
ary 1, 1870; election unsuccessfully contested by George 
Tucker. 

8 Took his seat January 27, 1870; died 1S70. 

* Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Robert Ridgway, 
and took his seat December 5, 1870. 

10 Died January i, 1870. 

11 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Benjamin F. 
Hopkins, and took his seat February 23, 1870. 



256 CONGRESSIONAL DIEECTOEY. 

TERRITORY OF MONTANA. 

DELEGATE. 

James M. Cavanaugh, Helena. 
TERRITORY OF NEW MEXICO. 

DELEGATE. 

J. Francisco Chaves, Santa Fe. 
TERRITORY OF UTAH. 

DELEGATE. 

William H. Hooper, Salt Lake City. 
TERRITORY OF WASHINGTON. 

DELEGATE. 

Selucius Garfielde, Olympia. 
TERRITORY OF WYOMING. 1 

DELEGATE. 

Stephen F. Nuckolls, Cheyenne. 



i Formed from a portion of the territory ceded to the United States by France by treaty of Paris of April 30, 1803; provided 
a territorial government, and the right to Delegate representation in Congress, by act of July 25, 1868. 



FORTY-SECOND CONGRESS. 



MARCH 4, 1871, TO MARCH 3, 1873. 



FIRST SESSION— March 4, 1871, to April 20, 1871. SECOND SESSION— December 4, 1871, 
to June 10, 1S72. THIRD SESSION— December 2, 1872, to March 3, 1873. SPECIAL 
SESSION OF THE SENATE— May 10, 1871, to May 27, 1871. 



VICE PRESIDENT— Schuyler Colfax, of Indiana. PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE PRO TEM- 
PORE— Henry B. Anthony, 1 of Rhode Island. SECRETARY OF THE SENATE— George C. Gorham, 
of California. 

SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE— James G. Blaine, of Maine. CLERK OF THE HOUSE— Edward 
McPherson, of Pennsylvania. 



ALABAMA. 

SENATORS. 



George E. Spencer, Decatur. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Benjamin S. Turner, Selma. 
Charles W. Buckley, Montgomery. 
William A. Handley, 3 Roanoke. 



George Goldthwaite, 2 Montgomery. 



Charles Hays, Eutaw. 
Peter M. Dox, Huntsville. 
Joseph H. Sloss, Tuseumbia. 



ARKANSAS. 

SENATORS. 

Benjamin F. Rice, Little Rock. Powell Clayton, Little Rock. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 



James M. Hanks, Helena. 
Oliver P. Snyder, Pine Bluff. 



John Edwards, 4 Fort Smith. 
Thomas Boles, 5 Dardanelle. 



CALIFORNIA. 



Cornelius Cole, San Francisco. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Sherman 0. Houghton, San Jose. 
Aaron A. Sargent, Nevada City. 



Eugene Casserly, San Francisco. 



John M. Coghlan, Suisun City. 



' Elected March 10, 1871; April 17, 1871; May 23, 1871 (special 
session of the Senate); December 21, 1871; February 23, 1872; 
June 8, 1872; December 4, 1872; December 13, 1872; December 
20, 1872; and January 24, 1873. 

2 Credentials presented February 6, 1871, in the preceding 
Congress; appeared to take the oath of office March 4, 1871; 
protest against his being seated presented the same day, and 
he was not permitted to qualify; on January 9, 1872, Senate, 

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by resolution, gave him permission to take his seat, pending 
further investigation; took his seat January 15, 1872; no fur- 
ther action. 

3 Election unsuccessfully contested by B. W. Norris. 

* Served until February 9, 1872; succeeded by Thomas Boles, 
who contested his election. 

6 Successfully contested the election of John Edwards, and 
took his seat February 9, 1872. 

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258 CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY. 

CONNECTICUT. 

SENATORS. 

Orris S. Perry, Norwalk. William A. Buckingham, Norwich. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 



Julius L. Strong, 1 Hartford. 
Joseph R. Hawley, 2 Hartford. 
Stephen W. Kellogg, Waterbury. 



Henry H. Starkweather, Norwich. 
William H. Barnum, Lime Bock. 



DELAWARE. 

SENATORS. 

Thomas F. Bayard, Wilmington. Eli Saulsbury, Dover. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

Benjamin T. Biggs, Summit Bridge. 
FLORIDA. 

SENATORS. 

Thomas W. Osborn, Pensacola. Abijah Gilbert, St. Augustine. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Josiah T. Walls, 3 Gainesville. Silas L. Niblack, 4 Gainesville. 



Joshua Hill, Madison. 



GEORGIA. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



Archibald T. Mclntyre, 6 Thomasville. 
Richard H. Whiteley, 7 Bainbridge. 
John S. Bigby, Newnan. 
Thomas J. Speer, 8 Barnesville. 



Thomas M. Norwood, 5 Savannah. 



Erasmus W. Beck, 9 Griffin. 
Dudley M. Du Bose, 10 Washington. 
William P. Price, Dahlonega. 
Pierce M. B. Young, Cartersville. 



ILLINOIS. 



Lyman Trumbull, Chicago. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Charles B. Farwell, Chicago. 
John F. Farnsworth, St. Charles. 
Horatio C. Burchard, Freeport. 
John B. Hawley, Rock Island. 
Bradford N. Stevens, Tiskilwa. 
Burton C. Cook, 11 Ottawa. 
Henry Snapp, 12 Joliet. 
Jesse H. Moore, Decatur. 



John A. Logan, Carbondale. 



James C. Robinson, Springfield. 

Thompson W. McNeely, Petersburg. 

Edward Y. Rice, Hillsboro. 

Samuel S. Marshall, McLeansboro. 

JohnB. Hay, Belleville. 

John M. Crebs, Carmi. 

John L. Beveridge, 13 Evanston. 



' Died September 7, 1872. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Julius L. Strong, 
and took his seat December 2, 1872. 

s Served until January 29, 1873; succeeded by Silas L. 
Niblack, who contested his election. 

4 Successfully contested the election of Josiah T. Walls, and 
took his seat January 29, 1873. 

5 Eleotion unsuccessfully contested by Foster Blodgett; took 
his seat December 19, 1871. 

• Election unsuccessfully contested by Virgil Hilyer. 



7 Election unsuccessfully contested by Nelson Tift. 

s Died August IS, 1872. 

9 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Thomas J. 
Speer, and took his seat December 2, 1872. 
10 Election unsuccessfully contested by J. S. Fannin. 
" Resigned August 26, 1871. 

12 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Burton C. 
Cook, and took his seat December 4, 1871. 

13 Took his seat December 4, 1871; resigned January 4, 1873. 



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259 



INDIANA. 



SENATORS. 



Oliver P. Morton, Indianapolis. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William E. Niblaek, Vincennes. 
Michael C. Ken - , New Albany. 
William S. Holman, Aurora. 
Jeremiah M. Wilson, 1 Connersville. 
JohnCoburn, Indianapolis. 
Daniel W. Vorhees, Terre Haute. 



Daniel D. Pratt, Logansport. 



Mahlon D. Manson, Crawfordsville. 
James N. Tyner, Peru. 
John P. C. Shanks, Jay Court House. 
William Williams, Warsaw. 
Jasper Packard, La Porte. 



James Harlan, Mount Pleasant. 



IOWA. 

SENATORS. 
IEPRESENTATIVES. 



George W. McCrary, Keokuk. 

Aylett R. Cotton, Lyons. 

William G. Donnan, Independence. 



George G. Wright, Des Moines. 



Madison M. Walden, CenterviUe. 
Frank W. Palmer, Des Moines. 
Jackson Orr, Montana. 



KANSAS. 

SENATORS. 2 

Samuel C. Pomeroy, Atchison. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

David P. Lowe, Fort Scott 



Alexander Caldwell, Leavenworth. 



KENTUCKY. 



SENATORS. 



Garrett Davis, 3 Paris. 

Willis B. Machen, 4 Eddyville. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Edward Crossland, Mayfield. 
Henry D. McHemy. Hartford. 
Joseph H. Lewis, Glasgow. 
William B. Read, Hodgensville. 
Boyd Winchester, Louisville. 



LOUISIANA. 



John W. Stevenson, Covington. 



William E. Arthur, Covington. 
James B. Beck, Lexington. 
George M. Adams, Barbourville. 
John M. Rice, Louisa. 



SENATORS. 



William Pitt Kellogg, 5 New Orleans. 



J. Rodman West, New Orleans. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



J. Hale Sypher, New Orleans. 
Lionel A. Sheldon, New Orleans. 
Chester B. Darrall, Brashear. 



Aleck Boarman, 6 Shreveport. 
Frank Morey, Monroe. 



' Election unsuccessfully contested by David S. Gooding. 

> May 11, 1872, the Committee on Privileges and Elections 
was authorized to investigate charges of bribery and corruption 
in connection with the election of both the sitting Senators; 
June 3, 1S72, it reported that iu the case of Mr. Pomerov such 
charges were totally unsustained; in the case of Mr. Caldwell 
the report was directly to the contrary, and on February 17, 
1873, it reported a resolution declaring him "not duly and 
legally elected;" this report was not acted upon during the 
Congress, but early in the succeeding Congress, and in the spe- 
cial session of the Senate, while the report was pending and 
under discussion, Mr. Caldwell resigned (March 24, 1873). 

3 Died September 22, 1872. 

4 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by death of Garrett Davis, 
and took his seat December 2, 1872. 



s Resigned November 1, 1872; January 22, 1873, credentials 
of John Ray and William L. McMillen, each claiming to have 
been elected to fill the vacancy, were presented and referred; 
February 20, 1873, the committee reported that neither of the 
claimants was entitled to a seat, as no state government ex- 
isted at the time in Louisiana, and recommended the passage 
of a bill ordering a new election; such a bill was rejected 
February 27, 1873; no further action was taken on the creden- 
tials and the seat remained vacant to the close of the session. 

' Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of James McCleery, 
November 5, 1871, before the convening of Congress, and took 
his seat December 3, 1872. Resigned March 3, 1873. 



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CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY. 

MAINE. 

SENATORS. 



Hannibal Hamlin, Bangor. 



John Lynch, Portland. 
William P. Frye, Lewiston. 
James G. Blaine, Augusta. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Lot M. Morrill, Augusta. 



John A. Peters, Bangor. 
Eugene Hale, Ellsworth. 



George Vickers, Chestertown. 



Samuel Hambleton, Easton. 
Stevenson Archer, Bel Air. 
Thomas Swann, Baltimore. 



MARYLAND. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



William T. Hamilton, Hagerstown. 



John Ritchie, Frederick City. 
William M. Merrick, Ilchester. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 



Charles Sumner, Boston. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



James Buffinton, Fall River. 
Oakes Ames, North Easton. 
Ginery Twichell, Brookline. 
Samuel Hooper, Boston. 
Benjamin F. Butler, Lowell. 
Nathaniel P. Banks, Waltham. 



Henry Wilson, Natick. 



George M. Brooks, 1 Concord. 
Constantine C. Esty, 2 Framingham. 
George F. Hoar, Worcester. 
William B. Washburn, 3 Greenfield. 
Alvah Crocker, 4 Fitchburg. 
Henry L. Dawes, Pittsfield. 



Zachariah Chandler, Detroit. 



MICHIGAN. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



Austin Blair, Jackson. 
Omar D. Conger, Port Huron. 
Wilder D. Foster, 5 Grand Rapids. 



Thomas W. Ferrv. Grand Haven. 



William L. Stoughton, Sturgis. 
Jabez G. Sutherland, Saginaw. 
Henry Waldron, Hillsdale. 



MINNESOTA. 

SENATORS. 

Alexander Ramsey, St. Paul. William Windom, Winona. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Mark H. Dunnell, Owatonna. John T. Averill, St. Paul. 

MISSISSIPPI. 



Adelbert Ames, Natchez. 



George E. Harris, Hernando. 
Joseph L. Morphis, Pontotoc. 
Henry W. Barry, Columbus. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



James L. Alcorn, Friars Point. 



George C. McKee, Vicksburg. 
Legrand W. Perce, Natchez. 



1 Resigned May 13, 1872. •> Elected to fill vacancy caused bv resignation of William B. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of George M. Washburn, and took his seat February 14, 1872. 

Brooks, and took his seat December 2, 1872. e Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Thomas W. 

3 Resigned December 5, 1871, having been elected governor. Ferry, and took his seat'December 4, 1871. 



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MISSOURI. 



261 



Carl Schurz, St. Louis. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Erastus Wells, St. Louis. 
Gustavus A. Finkelnburg. St. Louis. 
James R. McCormick, Arcadia. 
Harrison E. Havens. Springfield. 
Samuel S. Burdett. Osceola. 



NEBRASKA. 

SENATORS. 



Thomas W. Tipton, Brownville. 



Francis P. Blair, jr., St. Loui . 



Abram Comingo, Independence. 
[saac 0. Parker, St. Joseph. 
James (S. Blair, Canton. 
Andrew King, St. Charles. 



Phineas W. Hitchcock. Omaha. 



REPRESENTATIVE. 

John Taffe, Omaha. 
NEVADA. 

SENATORS. 



James W. Nye, Carson City. 



William M. Stewart, Virginia City. 



REPRESENTATIVE. 

Charles W. Kendall, Hamilton. 
NEW HAMPSHIRE. 



Aaron H. Cragin, Lebanon. 



Ellery A. Hibbard, Laconia. 
Samuel N. Bell, Manchester. 



John P. Stockton, Trenton. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



NEW JERSEY. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John W. Hazelton, Mulltca Hill. 
Samuel C. Forker, Bordentown. 
John T. Bird. Flemington. 



James W. Patterson. 1 Hanover. 



Hosea W. Parker, Claremont. 



Frederick T. Frelinghuysen, Newark. 

John Hill, Boonton. 
George A. Halsey, Newark. 



NEW YORK. 



Roscoe Conkling, Utica. 



SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



Dwight Townsend, Stapleton. 
Thomas Kinsella, Brooklyn. 
Henry W. Slocum, Brooklyn. 
Robert B. Roosevelt, New York. 
William R. Roberts. New York. 
Samuel S. Cox, New York. 
Smith Ely, jr., New York. 
James Brooks, New York. 
Fernando Wood, New York. 
darkson N. Potter, New Rochelle. 
Charles St. John, Port Jervis. 
John H. Ketcham, Dover Plains. 
Joseph H. Tuthill, Ellenville. 
Eli Perry, Albany. 
Joseph M. Wan-en, Troy. 
John Rogers, Black Brook. 



Reuben E. Fenton, Jamestown. 

William A. Wheeler, Malone. 
John M. Carroll, Johnstown. 
Elizur H. Prindle, Norwich. 
Clinton L. Merriam, Locust Grove. 
Ellis H. Roberts, Utica. 
William E. Lansing, Chittenango. 
R. Holland Duell, Cortland. 
John E. Seeley, Ovid. 
William H. Lamport, Canandaigua. 
Milo Goodrich, Dryden. 
H. Boardman Smith, Elmira. 
Freeman Clarke, Rochester. 
Seth Wakeman, Batavia. 
William Williams, Buffalo. 
Walter L. Sessions, Panama. 



1 February 5, 1S73, a select committee was appointed to con- 
sider matters presented in a communication from the House 
of Representatives and accompanying testimony, reflecting 
upon the conduct of certain Senators in connection with the 
••Credit Mobilier of America"; February 27, 1873, the com- 



mittee reported, exonerating other Senators mentioned in the 
report, and a resolution favoring the expulsion of Mr. Patter- 
son; as the Congress and Mr. Patterson's term expired simul- 
taneously on March 3, 1873, no final action was reached. 



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CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY. 



NORTH CAROLINA. 



John Pool, Elizabeth City. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Clinton L. Cobb, Elizabeth City. 
Charles R. Thomas, Newbern. 
Alfred M. Waddell, Wilmington. 
Sion H. Rogers,- Raleigh. 



OHIO. 



Matt W. Ransom, 1 Weldon. 



James M. Leach, Lexington. 
Francis E. Shober, Salisbury. 
James C. Harper, Patterson. 



SENATORS. 



John Sherman, Mansfield. 



Allen G Thurman, Columbus. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 

Aaron F. Perry, 3 Cincinnati. 
Ozro T. Dodds, 4 Cincinnati. 
Job E. Stevenson, Cincinnati. 
Lewis D. Campbell, 5 Hamilton. 
John F. McKinney, Piqua. 
Charles N. Lamison, Lima. 
John A. Smith, Hillsboro. 
Samuel Shellabarger, Springfield. 
John Beatty, Cardington. 
Charles Foster. Fostoria. 

OREGON. 

SENATORS. 

Henry W. Corbett, Portland. James K. Kelly, Portland. 

REPRESENTATIVE . 

James H Slater, Le Grande. 
PENNSYLVANIA. 



Erasmus D. Peck, Perrysburg. 

John T. Wilson, Tranquility. 

Philadelph Van Trump, Lancaster. 

George W. Morgan, Mount Vernon. 

James Monroe, Oberlin. 

William P. Sprague, McConnellsville. 

John A. Bingham, Cadiz. 

Jacob A. Ambler, Salem. 

William H. Upson, Akron. 

James A. Garfield, Hiram. 



Simon Cameron, Harrisburg. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Samuel J. Randall, Philadelphia. 
John V. Creely, Philadelphia. 
Leonard Myers, Philadelphia. 
William D. Kelley, Philadelphia. 
Alfred C. Harmer, Germantown. 
Ephraim L. Acker, Norristown. 
Washington Townsend, West Chester. 
J. Lawrence Getz, Reading. 
Oliver J. Dickey, Lancaster. 
John W. Killinger, Lebanon. 
John B. Storm, Stroudsburg. 
Lazarus D. Shoemaker, Wilkes-Barre. 
Ulysses S. Mercur, 6 Towanda. 



John Scott, Huntingdon. 



Frank C. Burnett, 7 Tunkhannock. 
John B. Packer, Sunbury. 
Richard J. Haldeman, Harrisburg. 
Benjamin F. Meyers, 3 Bedford. 
R. Milton Speer, Huntingdon. 
Henry Sherwood, Wellsboro. 
Glenni W. Scofield, Warren. 
Samuel Griffith, Mercer. 
Henry D. Foster, Greensburg. 
James S. Negley, Pittsburgh. 
Ebenezer McJunkin, Butler. 
William McClelland, Mount Jackson. 



RHODE ISLAND. 



SENATORS. 



Henry B. Anthony, Providence. 



William Sprague, Providence. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Benjamin T. Eames, Providence. 



James M. Pendleton, Westerly. 



i Joseph C. Abbott was a claimant for this seat; the Com- 
mittee on Privileges and Elections reported February 28, 1872, 
that Zebulon B . Vance had received ' ' a majority of the whole 
number of votes cast in each house," and Mr. Abbott received 
the next highest number of votes; the next day Mr. Vance 
was declared duly elected. Mr. Abbott rested his claim on 
what he assumed to be the legal result of the conceded ineli- 
gibility of Mr. Vance, who was barred by the provisions of the 
fourteenth amendment; Mr. Vance made no claim to the seat; 
on February 5, 1S72, credentials of Mr. Ransom were pre- 
sented, certifyiughe had been elected January 30, 1S72, " to fill a 
vacancy existing by reason of the resignation of Zebulon B. 
Vance"; April 23, 1872, Senate declared, by resolution, that 
Mr. Abbott had not been elected , and the day following that 
Mr. Ransom was declared entitled to the seat; took his seat 



April 24, 1S72; resolutions were subsequently adopted allow- 
ing mileage and salary to Mr. Abbott from March 4, 1871, to 
April 23, 1872, and fixing Mr. Ransom's term and pay as be- 
ginning March 4, 1871. 

2 Took his seat May 23, 1872; election unsuccessfully contested 
by James H. Harris. 

3 Resigned in 1S72. 

« Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Aaron F. 
Perrv, and took his seat December 2, 1872. 
» E'leetion unsuccessfully contested by R. C. Schenck. 

6 Resigned December 2, 1872. 

7 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Ulysses S. 
Mercur, and took his seat January 7, 1873. 

8 Election unsuccessfully contested by John Cessna. 



FORTY-SECOND CONGEESS. 
SOUTH CAROLINA. 



263 



SENATORS. 

Thomas J. Robertson, Columbia. Frederick A. Sawyer, Charleston. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Joseph H. Rainey, Georgetown. 

Robert C. De Large, 1 Charleston. 



Robert B. Elliott. 2 Columbia 
Alexander S. Wallace, 3 Yorkville. 



TENNESSEE. 

SENATORS. 



William G. Brownlow, Knoxville. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Roderick R. Butler, Taylorsville. 
Horace Maynard, Knoxville. 
Abraham E. Garrett, Carthage. 
John M. Bright, Fayetteville. 
Edward I. Golladay, Lebanon. 



Henry Cooper, Nashville. 



Washington C. Whitthorne, Columbia. 
Robert P. Caldwell, Trenton. 
Sohn W. Leftwich, 4 Memphis. 
William W. Vaughan, Brownsville. 



TEXAS. 

SENATORS. 

James W. Flanagan, Flanagans Mills. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

William S. Herndon, Tyler. 
John C. Conner, Sherman. 
William T. Clark, 6 Galveston. 

VERMONT. 

SENATORS. 

George F. Edmunds, Burlington. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Charles W. Willard, Montpelier. 
Luke P. Poland, St. Johnsbury. 



Morgan C. Hamilton, 5 Austin. 



De Witt C. Giddings, 7 Brenham. 
John Hancock, Austin. 



Justin S. Morrill, Strafford. 



Worthington C. Smith, St. Albans. 



John W. Johnston, Abingdon. 



VIRGINIA. 

SENATORS. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 



John Critcher, Oak Grove. 

James H. Piatt, jr., Petersburg. 

Charles H. Porter, Richmond. 

William H. H. Stowell, Halifax Court House. 



John F. Lewis, Port Republic. 



Richard T. W. Duke, Charlottesville. 
John T. Harris, Harrisonburg. 
Elliott M. Braxton, 8 Fredericksburg. 
William Terry, Wytheville. 



WEST VIRGINIA. 



SENATORS. 



Arthur I. Boreman, Parkersburg. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John J. Davis, Clarksburg. 
James C. McGrew, Kingwood. 



Henry G. Davis, Piedmont. 



Frank Hereford, Union. 



1 Election contested by Christopher C. Bowen; seat declared 
vacant January 24. 1873.* 

2 Resigned in January, 1873. 

3 Election unsuccessfully contested by Isaac G. McKissick. 
< Died March 6, 1871. 

* Presented himself to take the oath of office March 4, 1871; 
a certified copy of a joint resolution of the Texas Legislature 
declaring his election by the preceding legislature illegal was 
offered and he was not permitted to qualify; March 15, 1871, 
credentials of Joseph J. Reynolds, claiming to be the Senator- 



elect, were presented; March 18, 1871, the Senate agreed to a 
reported resolution declaring Mr. Hamilton duly elected; took 
his seat March 20, 1871. 

6 Given a seat by resolution of January 10, 1872; served until 
May 13, 1S72; succeeded by DeWitt C. Giddings, who con- 
tested his election. 

' Successfully contested the election of William T. Clark, and 
took his seat May 13 1872, 

» Election unsuccessfully contested by Lewis McKenzie. 



264 CONGRESSIONAL DIEECTORY. 

WISCONSIN. 

SENATORS. 

Timothy O. Howe, Green Bay. Matthew H. Carpenter, Milwaukee. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Alexander Mitchell, Milwaukee. Charles A. Eldredge, Fond du Lac. 

Gerry W. Hazelton, Columbus. Philetus Sawyer, Oshkosh. 

J. Allen Barber, Lancaster. Jeremiah M. Rusk, Viroqua. 

TERRITORY OF ARIZONA. 

DELEGATE. 

Richard C. McCormick, Tucson. 
TERRITORY OF COLORADO. 

DELEGATE. 

Jerome B. Chaffee, Denver. 
TERRITORY OF DAKOTA. 

DELEGATE. 

Moses K. Armstrong, 1 Yankton. 
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 2 

DELEGATE. 

Norton P. Chipman, Washington. 
TERRITORY OF IDAHO. 

DELEGATE. 

Samuel A. Merritt, Idaho City. 
TERRITORY OF MONTANA. 

DELEGATE. 

William H. Clagett, Deer Lodge City. 
TERRITORY OF NEW MEXICO. 

DELEGATE. 

Jose Manuel Gallegos, Sante F6. 
TERRITORY OF UTAH. 

DELEGATE . 

William H. Hooper, 3 Salt Lake City. 
TERRITORY OF WASHINGTON. 

DELEGATE. 

Selucius Garfielde, Olympia. 
TERRITORY OF WYOMING. 

DELEGATE. 

William T. Jones, Cheyenne. 

1 Election unsuccessfully contested by W. A. Burleigh and bounds were established by proclamation of the President, 
S. L. Spink. George Washington, March 30, 1791. By Act of July 9, 1846, 

2 Established under the seventeenth clause of the eighth sec- Congress retroceded the county of Alexandria, incorporated in 
tion of Article I of the Constitution of the United States; the District, to the state of Virginia; territorial form of govern- 
formcd from territory ceded to the United States by the state ment provided, with the right to Delegate representation in 
of Maryland, legislative act of December 23, 17SS; and by the Congress, by act of February 21, 1871. 

state ot Virginia, legislative act of December 3, 1789; cessions 3 Election unsuccessfully contested by G. R. Maxwell, 
accepted by Congress by Act of July 10, 1790, and lines and 



FORTY-THIRD CONGRESS. 



MARCH 4, 1873, TO MARCH 3, 1875. 



FIRST SESSION— December 1, 1873, to June 23, 1874. SECOND SESSION— December 7, 
1874, to March 3, 1875. SPECIAL SESSION OF THE SENATE— March 4, 1873, to 
March 26, 1873. 



VICE PRESIDENT— Henry Wilson, 1 of Massachusetts. PRESIDENTS OF THE SENATE PRO 
TEMPORE— Matthew H. Carpenter, 2 of Wisconsin; Henry B. Anthony, 3 of Rhode Island. SECRE- 
TARY OF THE SENATE — George C. Gorham, of California. 

SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE— James G. Blaine, of Maine. CLERK OF THE HOUSE— Edward 
McPherson, of Pennsylvania. 



George E. Spencer, 4 Decatur. 



ALABAMA. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Frederick G. Bromberg, Mobile. 
James T. Rapier, Montgomery. 
Charles Pelham, Talladega. 
Charles Hays, Eutaw. 



George Goldthwaite, Montgomery. 



John H. Caldwell, Jacksonville. 
Joseph H. Sloss, Tuscumbia. 
Alexander White, Selma. 
('. Christopher Sheats, Decatur. 



ARKANSAS. 



SENATORS. 



Powell Clayton, Little Rock. Stephen W. Dorsey, Helena. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Asa Hodges, 5 Marion 



Oliver P. Snyder, 6 Pine Bluff. 
William W. Wilshire, 7 Little Rock. 



Thomas M. Gunter, 8 Fayetteville. 
William J. Hynes, Little Rock. 



CALIFORNIA. 



SENATORS. 



Eugene Casserly, 9 San Francisco. 
John S. Hager,' San Francisco. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Charles Clayton, San Francisco. 
Horace F. Page, Placerville. 



Aaron A. Sargent, Nevada City. 



John K. Luttrell, Santa Rosa. 
Sherman O. Houghton, San Jose\ 



'Died November 22. 1875. 

2 Elected March 12, 1873 (special session); March 26, 1873; 
December 11, 1873; December 23, 1874. 

3 Elected January 25, 1875, and February 15, 1875. 

* Appeared to take the oath of office on credent ials presented 
in the preceding Congress, March 6, 1873 (special session of the 
Senate); objection was made, as a memorial was on file from 
Francis W. Sykes, claiming the seat; March 7, 1873, a motion 
to refer the credentials and memorial to the Committee on 
Privileges and Elections was defeated , and Mr. Spencer was 
permitted to qualify; December 8, 1873, the memorial of Mr. 
Sykes was referred, and April 20, 1874, the committee, upon 
its motion, was discharged from its further consideration. 



s Election unsuccessfully contested by Lucien C. Gause; 
took his seat February 4, 1874. 

6 Election unsuccessfully contested by Marcus L. Bell. 

7 Served until June 16, 1874; succeeded by Thomas M. 
Gunter, who contested his election. 

8 Successfully contested the election of William W. Wil- 
shire, and took his seat June 16, 1874. 

' Resigned November 29, 1873. 

10 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Eugene 
Casserly, and took his seat February 9, 1874. 



265 



266 



CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY. 
CONNECTICUT. 



SENATORS. 



Orris S. Ferry, Norwalk. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 

Joseph R. Hawley, Hartford. 
Stephen W. Kellogg, Waterbury. 



William A. Buckingham, 1 Norwich. 
William W. Eaton, 2 Hartford. 



Henry H. Starkweather, Norwich. 
William H. Barnum, Lime Rock. 



DELAWARE. 

SENATORS. 



Thomas F. Bayard, Wilmington. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

James R. Lofland, Milford. 



Eli Saulsbury, Dover. 



FLORIDA. 



SENATORS. 



Abijah Gilbert, St. Augustine. Simon B. Conover, Tallahassee. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

William J. Purman, 3 Tallahassee. Josiah T. Walls, Gainesville. 



GEORGIA. 



SENATORS. 



Thomas M. Norwood, Savannah. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Morgan Rawls, 4 Guyton. 
Andrew Sloan, 5 Savannah. 
Richard H. Whiteley, Bainbridge. 
Philip Cook, Americus. 
Henry R. Harris, Greenville. 



John A. Logan, Chicago. 



ILLINOIS. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John B. Rice, s Chicago. 
Barnard G. Caulfield, 9 Chicago. 
Jasper D. Ward, Chicago. 
Charles B. Farwell, Chicago. 
Stephen A. Hurlbut, Belvidere. 
Horatio C. Burchard, Freeport. 
John B. Hawley, Rock Island. 
Franklin Corwin, Peru. 
Geenberry L. Fort, Lacon. 
Granville Barrere, Canton. 



John B. Gordon, Atlanta. 

James C. Freeman, Griffin. 

James H. Blount, Macon. 

Pierce M. B. Young, Cartersville. 

Alexander H. Stephens, 7 Crawfordville. 

Hirani P. Bell, Cumming. 



Richard J. Oglesby, Decatur. 

William H. Ray, Rushville. 
Robert M. Knapp, Jerseyville. 
James C. Robinson, Springfield. 
John McNulta, Bloomington. 
Joseph G. Cannon, Tuscola. 
John R. Eden, Sullivan. 
James S. Martin, Salem. 
William R. Morrison, Waterloo. 
Isaac Clements, Carbondale. 
Samuel S. Marshall, McLeansboro. 



INDIANA. 



SENATORS. 



Oliver P. Morton, Indianapolis. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William E. Niblack, Vincennes. 
Simeon K. Wolfe, New Albany. 
William S. Holman, Aurora. 
Jeremiah M. Wilson, Connersville. 
John Coburn, Indianapolis. 
Morton C. Hunter, Bloomington. 
Thomas J. Cason, Lebanon. 



Daniel D. Pratt, Logansport. 



James N. Tyner, Peru. 
John P. C. Shanks, 10 Portland. 
Henry B. Sayler, Huntington. 
Jasper Packard, Laporte. 
William Williams, Warsaw. 
Godlove S. Orth, La Fayette. 



i Died February 5, 1875. 

2 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by death of William A. 
Buckingham, and took his seat February 13, 1S75; subsequently 
elected. 

a Resigned February 16, 1875. 

* Served until March 24, 1874; succeeded by Andrew Sloan, 
who contested his election. 

'- Successfully contested the election of Morgan Itawls, and 
took his seat March 24, 1S74. 



' Election unsuccessfully contested by M. Bethune. 

' Elected to fill vacancy caused by the death of Ambrose R. 
Wright (December 21, 1872), before the beginning of the Con- 
gress, and took his seat December 1, 1873. 

» Died December 16, 1874. 

» Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of John B. Rice, 
and took his seat February 1, 1875. 
i° Election unsuccessfully contested by John E. Neff. 



FORTY-THIRD CONGRESS. 



267 



IOWA. 

SENATORS. 

George G. Wright, Des Moines. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

George W. McCrary, Keokuk. 
Aylett R. Cotton, Lyons. 
William G. Donnan, Independence. 
Henry 0. Pratt, Charles City. 
James Wilson, Traer. 



William B. Allison, Dubuque. 

William Loughridge, Oskaloosa. 
John A. Kasson, Des Moines. 
James W. McDill, Afton. 
Jackson Orr, Boone. 



KANSAS. 

SENATORS. 

Alexander Caldwell,' Leavenworth. 
Robert Crozier, 2 Leavenworth. 
James M. Harvey, 3 Vinton. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

David P. Lowe, Fort Scott. 
Stephen A. Cobb, Wyandotte. 

KENTUCKY. 



John J. Ingalls, Atchison. 



William A. Phillips, Salina. 



SENATORS. 



John W. Stevenson, Covington. 



Thomas C. MeCreery, Owensboro. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Edward Crossland, May field. 
John Y. Brown, Henderson. 
Charles W. Milliken, Franklin. 
William B. Read, Hodgensvillc. 
Elisha D. Standeford, Louisville 



William E. Arthur, Covington. 
James B. Beck, Lexington. 
Milton J. Durham, Danville. 
George M. Adams, Barbourville. 
John D. Young,* Owingsville. 



LOUISIANA. 



J. Rodman West, New Orleans. 



SENATORS. 



Vacant. 5 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



J. Hale Sypher, 6 New Orleans. 
Effingham Lawrence, 7 New Orleans. 
Lionel A. Sheldon, 8 New Orleans. 
Chester B. Darrall, Brashear. 



MAINE. 



George L. Smith, 9 Shreveport. 

Frank Morey, Monroe. 

George A. Sheridan, 10 Lake Providence. 



SENATORS. 



Hannibal Hamlin, Bangor. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John H. Burleigh, South Berwick. 
William P. Frye, Lewiston. 
James G. Blaine, Augusta. 



Lot M. Morrill, Augusta. 



Samuel F. Hersey, 11 Bangor. 
Eugene Hale, Ellsworth. 



MARYLAND. 



SENATORS. 



William T. Hamilton, Hagerstown. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Ephraim K. Wilson, Snow Hill. 
Stevenson Archer, Bel Air. 
William J. O'Brien, Baltimore. 



George R. Dennis, Kingston. 



Thomas Swann, Baltimore. 
William J. Albert, Baltimore. 
Lloyd Lowndes, jr., Cumberland. 



i Resigned March 24, 1873, while a resolution was pending 
and under discussion declaring he " was not duly and legally 
elected." 

2 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Alex- 
ander Caldwell, and took his' seat December 1, 1873. 

3 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Alexander 
Caldwell, and took his seat February 12, 1874. 

* Election unsuccessfully contested bv John M. Burns. 

* Pinckney B. S. Pinchback and William L. McMillen were 
claimants for the seat and the contest continued throughout 
the session without settlement. 

« Served until March 3, 1875; succeeded, by Effingham Law- 
rence, who contested his election. 



' Successfully contested the election of J. Hale Sypher, and 
took his seat March 3, 1S75. 

■ Election unsuccessfully contested by Randall L. Gibson; 
took his seat December 2, 1873. 

» Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Samuel Peters, 
who never qualified, and took his seat December 3, 1873; 
election unsuccessfully contested by E. C. Davidson. 

10 Election contested by Pinckney B. S. Pinchback; new 
election ordered aud Sheridan was seated March 3, 1875. 
» Died February 3, 1875. 



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CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 



SENATORS. 



Charles Sumner, 1 Boston. 

Willis m B. Washburn, 2 Greenfield. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



James Buffinton, Fall River. 
Benjamin W. Harris, East Bridgewater. 
William Whiting, 4 Boston. 
Henry L. Pierce, 5 Boston. 
Samuel Hooper, 6 Boston. 
Daniel W. Gooch, Melrose. 
Benjamin F. Butler, Lowell. 



MICHIGAN. 



George S. Boutwell, 3 Groton. 



E. Rockwood Hoar, Concord. 
JohnM. S. Williams, Cambridge. 
George F. Hoar, Worcester. 
Alvah Crocker, 7 Fitchburg. 
Charles A. Stevens, 8 Ware. 
Henry L. Dawes, Pittsfield. 



SENATORS. 



Zachariah Chandler, Detroit. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 

Moses W. Field, Detroit. 
Henry Waldron, Hillsdale. 
George Willard, Battle Creek. 
Julius C. Burrows, Kalamazoo. 
Wilder D. Foster, 9 Grand Rapids. 

MINNESOTA. 



Thomas W. Ferry, Grand Haven. 



William B. Williams, 10 Allegan. 
Josiah W. Begole, Flint. 
Omar D. Conger, Port Huron. 
Nathan B. Bradley, Bay City. 
Jay A. Hubbell, Houghton. 



SENATORS. 

Alexander Ramsey, St. Paul. William Windom, Winona. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 



Mark H. Dunnell, Owatonna. 
Horace B. Strait, Shakopee. 



Adelbert Ames, 11 Natchez. 
Henry R. Pease, 12 Jackson. 

Lucius Q. C. Lamar, Oxford. 
Albert R. Howe, Sardis. 
Henry W. Barry, Columbus. 



Carl Schurz, St. Louis. 



MISSISSIPPI. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



MISSOtTRI. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Edwin 0. Stanard, St. Louis. 
Erastus Wells, St. Louis. 
William H. Stone, St. Louis. 
Robert A. Hatcher, New Madrid. 
Richard P. Bland, Lebanon. 
Harrison E. Havens, Springfield. 
Thomas T. Crittenden, Warrensburg. 



John T. Averill, St. Paul. 



James L. Alcorn, Friar's Point. 



Jason Niles, Kosciusko. 
George C. McKee, Vicksburg. 
John R. Lynch, Natchez. 



Lewis V. Bogy, St. Louis. 



Abram Comingo, Independence. 
Isaac C. Parker, St. Joseph. 
Ira B. Hyde, Princeton. 
John B. Clark, jr., Fayette. 
John M. Glover, La Grange. 
Aylett H. Buckner, Mexico. 



NEBRASKA. 



SENATORS. 



Thomas W. Tipton, Brownsville. 

REPRESENTATIVE . 

Lorenzo Crounse, Fort Calhoun. 



Phineas W. Hitchcock, Omaha. 



i Died March 11, 1S74. 

2 Elected to nil vacancy caused by death of Charles Sumner, 
and took his seat May 1, 1874. 

3 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Henry 
Wilson, in preceding Congress, and took his seat March 17, 1873. 

i Died June 29, 1873. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by the death of William 
Whiting, prior to the beginning of the Congress, and took his 
seat December 1, 1873. 

« Died February 13, 1S75. 



» Died December 26, 1874. 

* Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Alvah Crocker, 
and took his seat January 27, 1875. 

s Died September 20, 1S73. 

i» Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Wilder D. Foster, 
and took his seat December 1, 1873. 

" Resigned in January, 1874, having been elected governor 
of Mississippi. 

" Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Adelbert 
Ames, and took his seat February 12, 1874. 



FORTY-THIRD CONGRESS. 
NEVADA. 



269 



SENATORS. 



William M. Stewart, Virginia City. 



John P. Joues, Gold Hill. 



REPRESENTATIVE. 

Charles W. Kendall, Hamilton. 
NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

SENATORS. 



Aaron H. Cragin, Lebanon. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William B. Small, New Market. 
Austin F. Pike, Franklin. 



NEW JERSEY. 



Bainbridge Wadleigh, Milford. 



Hosea W. Parker, Claremont. 



SENATORS. 



John P. Stockton. Trenton. 



Frederick T. Frelinghuvsen, Newark. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John W. Hazleton, Mullica Hill. 

Samuel A. Dobbins, Mount Holly. 
Amos Clark, jr., Elizabeth. 
Robert Hamilton, Newton. 



William W. Phelps, Englewood. 
Marcus L. Ward. Newark. 
Isaac W. Scudder, Jersey City. 



NEW YORK. 



Roscoe Conkling. CJtica. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Henry J. Scudder, New York. 
John G. Schumaker, Brooklyn. 
Stewart L. Woodford, 1 Brooklyn. 
Simeon B. Chittenden, 2 Brooklyn. 
Philip S. Crooke, Flatbush. 
William R. Roberts, New York. 
James Brooks, 3 New York. 
Samuel S. Cox, 4 New York. 
Thomas J. Creamer, New Y r ork. 
John D. Lawson, New York. 
David B. Mellish, 5 New York. 
Richard Schell, 6 New York. 
Fernando Wood, New York. 
Clarkson N. Potter, New Rochelle. 
Charles St. John, Port Jervis. 
John O. Whitehouse, Poughkeepsie. 
David M. De Witt, Kingston. 
Eli Perry, Albany. 



Reuben E. Fenton, Jamestown. 



James S. Smart, Cambridge. 
Robert S. Hale, Elizabethtown. 
William A. Wheeler, Malone. 
Henry II. Hathorn, Saratoga Springs. 
David Wilber, Milford. 
Clinton L. Merriam. Locust Grove. 
Ellis H. Roberts, Utica. 
William E. Lansing, Chittenango. 
R. Holland Duell, Cortland. 
Clinton D. MacDougall, Auburn. 
William H. Lamport, Canandaigua. 
Thomas C. Piatt, Owego. 
H. Boardman Smith, Elmira. 
Freeman Clarke, Rochester. 
George G. Hoskins, Attica. 
Lyman K. Bass, Buffalo. 
Walter L. Sessions, Panama. 
Lyman Tremain, Albany. 



NORTH CAROLINA. 



Matt W. Ransom, Weldon. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Clinton L. Cobb, Elizabeth City. 
Charles R. Thomas, Newbern. 
Alfred M. Waddell, Wilmington. 
William A. Smith, Princeton. 



Augustus S. Merrimon, Raleigh. 



James M. Leach. Lexington. 
Thomas S. Ashe, Wadesboro. 
William M. Robbins, Statesville. 
Robert B. Vance, Asheville. 



i Resigned July 1, 1874. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Stewart L. 
Woodford, and took his seat December 7, 1874. 
a Died April 30, 1873. 



< Elected to fill vacancy caused by the death of James 
Brooks, and took his seat December 1,1873. 

e Died May 23, 1874. 

8 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of David B. Mel- 
lish, and took his seat December 7. 1874. 



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CONGRESSIONAL DIKECTOEY. 



OHIO. 



SENATORS. 



John Sherman, Mansfield. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Milton Sayler, Cincinnati. 
Henry B. Banning, Cincinnati. 
John Q. Smith, Oakland. 
Lewis B. Gunckel, Dayton. 
Charles N. Lamison. Lima. 
Isaac K. Sherwood, Bryan. 
Lawrence T. Neal, Chillicothe. 
William Lawrence, Bellefontaine. 
James W. Robinson, Marysville. 
Charles Foster, Fostoria. 
Hezekiah S. Bundy, Wellston. 



Allen G. Thurman, Columbus. 



Hugh J. Jewett, 1 Columbus. 
William E. Finck, 2 Somerset. 
Milton I. Southard, Zanesville. 
John Berry, Upper Sandusky. 
William P. Sprague, McConnellsville. 
Lorenzo Danford, St. Clairsville. 
Laurin D. Woodworth, Youngstown. 
James Monroe, Oberlin. 
James A. Garfield, Hiram. 
Richard C. Parsons, Cleveland. 



OREGON. 

SENATORS. 

James K. Kelly, Portland. John H. Mitchell, Portland. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

James W. Nesmith, 3 Ricreal. 
PENNSYLVANIA. 



Simon Cameron, Harrisburg. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Samuel J. Randall, Philadelphia. 
Charles O'Neill, Philadelphia. 
Leonard Myers, Philadelphia. 
William D. Kelley, Philadelphia. 
Alfred C. Harmer, Germantown. 
James S. Biery, Allentown. 
Washington Townsend, West Chester. 
Hiester Clymer, Reading. 
A. Herr Smith, Lancaster. 
John W. Killinger, Lebanon. 
John B. Storm, Stroudsburg. 
Lazarus D. Shoemaker, Wilkes-Barre. 
James D. Strawbridge, Danville. 
John B. Packer, Sunbury. 



John Scott, Huntingdon. 



John A. Magee, New Bloomfield. 
John Cessna, Bedford. 
R. Milton Speer, Huntingdon. 
Sobieski Ross, Coudersport. 
Carlton B. Curtis, Erie. 
Hiram L. Richmond, Meadville. 
Alexander W. Taylor, Indiana. 
James S. Negley, Pittsburgh. 
Ebenezer McJunkin, 4 Butler. 
John M. Thompson, 5 Butler. 
William S. Moore, Washington. 
Lemuel Todd, Carlisle. 
Glenni W. Scofield, Warren. 
Charles Albright, Mauch Chunk. 



RHODE ISLAND. 

SENATORS. 

Henry B. Anthony, Providence. William Sprague, Providence. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Benjamin T. Eames, Providence. James M. Pendleton, Westerly. 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 



SENATORS. 



Thomas J. Robertson, Columbia. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Joseph H. Rainey, Georgetown. 
Alonzo J. Raneier, Charleston. 
Robert B. Elliott, 6 Columbia. 



John J. Patterson, Columbia. 



Lewis C. Carpenter, 7 Columbia. 
Alexander S. Wallace, Yorkville. 
Richard H. Cain, Columbia. 






1 Resigned June 23, 1874. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Hugh J. 
Jewett, and took his seat December 7, 1874. 

3 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of J. G. Wilson, in 
1873, having never takenhis seat. 

4 Resigned January 1, 1875. 



6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Ebenezer 
McJunkin, and took his seat January. 5 1875. 

6 Resigned in November, 1874. 

7 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Robert B. 
Elliott, and took his seat December 7, 1874'. 



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TENNESSEE. 



271 



William <i. Brownie 



SENATORS. 

Knoxville. 

REPRKSEXTATIVES. 



Roderick R. Butler, Taylorsville. 
Jacob M. Thornburgh, Knoxville. 

William Crutchm-ld, < 1 1.1 1 la mxitja, 
John M. Bright, Fayetteville. 
Horace II. Harrison, Nashville. 

TEXAS. 

SENATORS. 

James W. Flanagan, Flanagans Mills. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

William S. Herndon, Tyler. 
William P. McLean, Mount Pleasant. 
De Witt C. Giddings, Brenham. 

VERMONT. 

SENATORS. 

George F. Edmunds, Burlington. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Charles W. Willard, Montpelier. 
Luke P. Poland, St. Johnsbury. 

VIRGINIA. 

SENATORS. 

John W. Johnston, Abingdon. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

James B. Sener, Fredericksbtirg. 
James II. Piatt, jr., Norfolk. 
J. Ambler Smith, Richmond. 
William H. H. Stowell, Burkeville. 
Alexander M. Davis, 1 Independence. 



Henry Cooper, Nashville. 



Washington C. Whitthorne, Columbia. 
John D. C. Atkins, Paris. 
David A. Nunn, Brownsville. 
Barbour Lewis, Memphis. 
Horace Maynard, Knoxville. 



Morgan C. Hamilton, Austin. 



John Hancock, Austin. 
Roger Q. Mills, Corsica na. 
Asa H. Willie, Galveston. 



Justin S. Morrill, Strafford. 
George W. Hendee, Morrisville. 

John F. Lewis, Port Republic. 



Christopher Y. Thomas, 2 Martinsville. 
Thomas Whitehead, Amherst. 
John T. Harris, Harrisonburg. 
Eppa Hunton, Warrenton. 
Rees T. Bowen, Maiden Spring. 



WEST VIRGINIA. 

SENATORS. 



Arthur I. Boreman, Parkersburg 



John J. Davis, 3 Clarksburg. 
John M. Hagans, 4 Morgantown. 



Timothy O. Howe, Green Bay. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 
WISCONSIN. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



Charles G. Williams, Janesville. 
Gerry W. Hazelton, Columbus. 
J. Allen Barber, Lancaster. 
Alexander Mitchell, Milwaukee. 



Henry G. Davis, Piedmont. 
Frank Hereford, Union. 

Matthew II. Carpenter, Milwaukee. 



Charles A. Eldridge, Fond du Lac. 
Philetus Sawyer, Oshkosh. 
Jeremiah M. Rusk, Viroqua. 
Alexander S. McDill, Plover. 



1 Served until March 5, 1874; succeeded by Christopher Y. 
Thomas, who contested his election, 

2 Successfully contested the election of Alexander M. Davis, 
and took his seat March 5, 1874. 



3 Election unsuccessfully contested by Benjamin Wilson; 
took his seat January 27, 1874. 

< Election unsuccessfully contested by Benjamin F. Martin; 
took his seat January 27, 1874. 



272 CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY. 

TERRITORY OF ARIZONA. 

DELEGATE. 

Richard C. McCormick, Tucson. 
TERRITORY OF COLORADO. 

DELEGATE. 

Jerome B. Chaffee, Denver. 
TERRITORY OF DAKOTA. 

DELEGATE. 

Moses K. Armstrong, Yankton. 
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 1 

DELEGATE. 

Norton P. Chipman, Washington. 3 
TERRITORY OF IDAHO. 

DELEGATE. 

John Hailey, Boiae City. 
TERRITORY OF MONTANA. 

DELEGATE. 

. Martin Maginnis, Helena. 

TERRITORY OF NEW MEXICO. 

DELEGATE. 

Stephen B. Elkins, Santa Fe. 
TERRITORY OF UTAH. 

DELEGATE. 

George Q. Cannon, 3 Salt Lake City. 
TERRITORY OF WASHINGTON. 

DELEGATE. 

Obadiah B. McFadden, Olympia. 
TERRITORY OF WYOMING. 

DELEGATE. 

William R. Steele, Cheyenne. 

i Territorial form of government withdrawn and a govern- 2 Served until June 20, 1S74, when the territorial form of 

ment administered by a board of three commissioners, ap- government for the District of Columbia was superceded by 

pointed by the President, by and with the advice and con- a commission form of government, 
sent of the Senate, established by Act of June 20, 1874. a Election unsuccessfully contested by George R. Maxwell. 



FORTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. 



MARCH 4, 1875, TO MARCH 3, 1877. 



FIRST SESSION— December 6, 1875, to August 15, 1876. SECOND SESSION— December 
4, 1876, to March 3, 1877. SPECIAL SESSION OF THE SENATE— March 5, 1875, to 
March 24, 1875. 



VICE PRESIDENT 1 
W. Ferry,- of Michigan. 



— -. PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE PRO TEMPORE— Thomas 

SECRETARY OF THE SENATE— George C. Gorham, of California. 
SPEAKERS OF THE HOUSE— Michael C. Kerr, 3 of Indiana; Samuel J. Randall, 4 of Pennsyl- 
vania. CLERK OF THE HOUSE— George M. Adams, 5 of Kentucky. 



George E. Spencer, Decatur. 



ALABAMA. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



Jere Haralson, 6 Selma. 
Jeremiah N. Williams, Clayton. 
Taul Bradford, Talladega. 
Charles Hays, Hayaville. 



Powell Clayton, Little Rock. 



ARKANSAS. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



Lucien C. Gause, Jacksonport. 
William F. Slemons, Monticello. 



George Goldthwaite, Montgomery. 



John II. Caldwell, Jacksonville. 
Goldsmith W. Hewitt, Birmingham. 
William H. Forney, Jacksonville. 
Burwell B. Lewis, Tuscaloosa. 



Stephen W. Dorsey, Helena. 



William W. Wilshire, Little Rock. 
Thomas M. Gunter, Favetteville. 



CALIFORNIA. 



SENATORS. 



Aaron A. Sargent, Nevada City. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William A. Piper, San Francisco. 
Horace Francis Page, Placerville. 



COLORADO. 



Newton Booth, Sacramento. 



John K. Luttrell, Santa Rosa. 
Peter D. Wigginton, Merced. 



SENATORS. 

Jerome B. Chaffee, 8 Denver. nenry M. Teller, 9 Central City. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

James B. Belford, 10 Central City. 



'Vice President Henry Wilson died in preceding Congress. 

2 Elected March 9, 1875; March 19, 1875 (special session of the 
Senate); December 20, 1875. 

3 Died August 19, 1S76. 

'Elected December 4, 1876. 

6 Elected December G, 1875. 

6 Election unsuccessfully contested by Frederick G. Brom- 
berg. 



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7 Admitted as a State into the Union August 1, 1876. 

8 Took his seat December 4, 1876; term to expire, as deter- 
mined by lot, March 3, 1S79. 

9 Took his seat December 4, 1876; term to expire, as deter- 
mined by lot, March 3, 1877. 

"Took his seat January 31, 1877. 



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274 



CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY. 



William W. Eaton, Hartford. 



CONNECTICUT. 

SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 

George M. Landers, New Britain. 

James Phelps, Essex. 

Henry H. Starkweather, 4 Norwich. 

DELAWARE. 

SENATORS. 

Thomas F. Bayard, Wilmington. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

James Williams, Kenton, 
FLORIDA. 



Orris S. Ferry, 1 Norwalk. 
James E. English, 2 New Haven. 
William H. Barnum, 3 Lime Rock. 

John Turner Wait, 5 Norwich. 
William H. Barnum, 6 Lime Rock. 
Levi Warner, 7 Norwalk. 



Eli Saulsbury, Dover. 



Simon B. Conover, Tallahassee. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William J. Purman, Tallahassee. 



Thomas M. Norwood, Savannah. 



Julian Hartridge, Savannah. 
William E. Smith, Albany. 
Philip Cook, Americus. 
Henry R. Harris, Greenville. 
Milton A. Candler, Atlanta. 



GEORGIA. 

SENATORS. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 



ILLINOIS 



Charles W. Jones, Pensacola. 



Josiah T. Walls, 8 Gainesville. 
Jesse J. Finley, 9 Jacksonville. 



John B. Gordon, Atlanta. 

James H. Blount, Macon. 
William H. Felton, Cartersville. 
Alexander H. Stephens, Crawfordsville. 
Benjamin H. Hill, 10 Atlanta. 



John A. Logan, Chicago. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Bernard G. Caulfield, Chicago. 
Carter H. Harrison, Chicago. 
Charles B. Farwell, 11 Chicago. 
John V. Le Moyne, 12 Chicago. 
Stephen A. Hurlbut, Belvidere. 
Horatio C. Burchard, Freeport. 
Thomas J. Henderson, Princeton 
Alexander Campbell, LaSalle. 
Greenbury L. Fort, Lacon. 
Richard H. Whiting, Peoria. 



INDIANA. 



Richard J. Oglesby, Decatur. 

John C. Bagby, Rushville. 
Scott Wike, Pittsfield. 
William M. Springer, Springfield. 
Adlai E. Stevenson, Bloomington. 
Joseph G. Cannon, Danville. 
John R. Eden, Sullivan. 
William A. J. Sparks, Carlyle. 
William R. Morrison, Waterloo. 
William Hartzell, Chester. 
William B. Anderson, Elk Prairie. 



SENATORS. 

Oliver P. Morton, Indianapolis. 

REPRESENTATr : 

Benoni S. Fuller, Boonville. 
James D. Williams, 13 Wheatland. 
Andrew Humphreys, 14 Linton. 
Michael C. Kerr, 15 New Albany 
Nathan T. Carr, 16 Columbus. 
Jeptha D. New, Vernon. 
William S. Holman, Aurora. 
Milton S. Robinson, Anderson. 



Joseph E. McDonald, Indianapolis. 

Franklin Landers, Indianapolis. 
Morton C. Hunter, Bloomington. 
Thomas J. Cason, Lebanon. 
William S. Haymond, Monticello. 
James L. Evans, Noblesville. 
Andrew H. Hamilton, Fort Wayne. 
John II. Baker, Goshen. 



i Died November 21, 1875. 

2 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by death of Orris S. 
Ferry, and took his seat December 7, 1875. 

3 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Orris S. Ferry, 
and took his seat May 22, 1876. 

< Died January 28, 1876. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Henry H. Stark- 
weather, and took his seat April 12, 1S76. 

« Resigned May 12, 1876, having been elected Senator. 

7 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of William H. 
Barnum, and took his seat December 4, 1876. 

8 Served until April 19, 1876; succeeeded by Jesse J. Finley, 
who contested his election. 

» Successfully contested the election of Josiah T. Walls, and 
took his seat April 19, 1876. 



10 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Garnett McMillan 
before the convening of the Congress. 

11 Served until May 6, 1876; succeeded by John V. Le Moyne, 
who contested his election. 

12 Successfully contested the election of Charles B. Farwell, 
and took his seat May 6, 1876. 

" Resigned December 1, 1876, having been elected governor 
of Indiana. 

'< Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of James D. 
Williams, and took his seat December 5, 1876. 

is Died August 19. 1S76. 

11 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Michael C. Kerr, 
and took his seat December 5, 1876. 



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275 



IOWA. 

SENATORS. 

William B. Allison, Dubuque. George G. Wright, Des Moines. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 



George W. McCrary, Keokuk. 
John Q. Tufte, Wilton Junction. 
Lucien L. Ainsworth, West Union. 
Henry O. Pratt, Charles City. 
James Wilson, Traer. 



John J. Ingalls, Atchison. 



William A. Phillips, Salina. 
John R. Goodin, Humboldt. 



KANSAS. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



KENTUCKY. 



SENATORS. 



John W. Stevenson, Covington. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Andrew R. Boone, Mayfield. 
John Y. Brown, Henderson. 
Charles W. Milliken, Franklin. 
J. Proctor Knott, Lebanon. 
Edward Y. Parsons, 1 Louisville. 
Henry Watterson, 2 Louisville. 



LOUISIANA. 



SENATORS. 



J. Rodman West, New Orleans. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Randall L. Gibson, New Orleans. 
E. John Ellis, New Orleans. 
Chester B. Darrall, 4 Brashear. 
William M. Levy, Natchitoches. 



Hannibal Hamlin, Bangor. 



MAINE. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John H. Burleigh, South Berwick. 
William P. Frye, Lewiston. 
James G. Blaine, 9 Augusta. 



Ezekiel S. Sampson, Sigourney. 
John A. Kasson, Des Moines. 
James Wilson McDill, Afton. 
Addison Oliver, Onawa. 



James M. Harvey, Vinton. 



William R. Brown, Hutchinson. 



Thomas C. McCreery, Owensboro. 



Thomas L. Jones, Newport. 
Joseph C. S. Blackburn, Versailles. 
Milton J. Durham, Danville. 
John D. White, Manchester. 
John B. Clarke, Brooksville. 



James B. Eustis, 3 New Orleans. 



Frank Morey, 5 Monroe. 
William B. Spencer, 6 Vidalia. 
Charles E. Nash, Washington. 



Lot M. Morrill, 7 Augusta. 
James G. Blaine, 8 Augusta. 



Edwin Flye, 10 New Castle. 
Harris M. Plaisted, Bangor. 
Eugene Hale, Ellsworth. 



MARYLAND. 



George R. Dennis, Kingston. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Philip F. Thomas, Easton. 
Charles B. Roberts, Westminster. 
William J. O'Brien, Baltimore. 



William Pinkney Whyte, Baltimore. 



Thomas Swann, Baltimore. 
Eli J. Henkle, Brooklyn. 
William Walsh, Cumberland. 



■ Died July 8, 1876. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused bv death of Edward Y. Tar- 
sons, and took his seat August 12, 1876. 

3 While it is true that Mr. Eustis and no other claimant 
occupied this seat during the Forty-fourth Congress, when 
the rights of Mr. Eustis were finally determined, December 
10, 1877 (in the succeeding Congress), his term of service was 
held to have commenced January 12, 1876 — the day upon 
which his credentials were signed— and he was allowed com- 
pensation from that date; he actually took his seat December 
10, 1877. 

4 Election unsuccessfully contested by J. A. Breux. 



6 Served until June 8, 1876; succeeded by William Ii. Spen- 
cer, who contested his election. 

6 Successfully contested the election of Frank Morey, and took 
his seat June 8, 1876; resigned January 8, 1877. 

7 Resigned July 7, 1870, having been appointed Secretary of 
the Treasury. 

8 Appointed to till vacancy caused by the resignation of Lot 
M. Morrill, and took his seat December 4, 1876; subsequently 
elected. 

s Resigned July 10, 1876. 

10 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of James G. 
Blaine, and took his seat December 4, 1876. 



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CONGRESSIONAL DIEECTOEY. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 

SENATORS. 

George S. Boutwell, Groton. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

James Buffinton, 1 Fall River. 
William W. Crapo, 2 New Bedford. 
Benjamin W. Harris, Bast Bridgewater. 
Henry L. Pierce, Boston. 
Rufus S. Frost, 3 Chelsea. 
Josiah G. Abbott, 4 Boston. 
Nathaniel P. Banks, Waltham. 

MICHIGAN. 

SENATORS. 

Thomas W. Ferry, Grand Haven. 

REPRESENTATIVES . 

Alpheus S. Williams, Detroit. 
Henry Waldron, Hillsdale. 
George Willard, Battle Creek. 
Allen Potter, Kalamazoo. 
William B. Williams, Allegan. 

MINNESOTA. 

SENATORS. 



William Windom, Winona. 

Mark H. Dunnell, Owatonna. 
Horace B. Strait, 5 Shakopee. 



James L. Alcorn, Friars Point. 



Lucius Q. C. Lamar, Oxford. 
G. Wiley Wells, Holly Springs. 
Hernando D. Money, Winona. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 

MISSISSIPPI. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES . 

MISSOURI. 

SENATORS. 



Lewis V. Bogy, St. Louis. 



REPRESENTATIVES . 



Edward C. Kehr, St. Louis. 
Erastus Wells, St. Louis. 
William H. Stone, St. Louis. 
Robert A. Hatcher, New Madrid. 
Richard P. Bland, Lebanon. 
Charles H. Morgan, Lamar. 
John F. Philips, Sedalia. 



Phineas W. Hitchcock, Omaha. 



NEBRASKA. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVE . 



Henry L. Dawes, Pittsfield. 

Charles P. Thompson, Gloucester. 
John K. Tarbox, Lawrence. 
William W. Warren, Boston. 
George F. Hoar, Worcester. 
Julius H. Seelye, Amherst. 
Chester W. Chapin, Springfield. 



Isaac P. Christiancy, Lansing. 

George H. Durand, Flint. 
Omar D. Conger, Port Huron. 
Nathan B. Bradley, Bay City. 
Jay A. Hubbell, Houghton. 



Samuel J. R. McMillan, St. Paul. 
William S. King, Minneapolis. 

Blanche K. Bruce, Floreyville. 

Otho R. Singleton, Canton. 
Charles E . Hooker, Jackson. 
John R. Lynch, Natchez. 

Francis M. Cockrell, Warrensburg. 

Benjamin J. Franklin, Kansas City. 
David Rea, Savannah. 
Rezin A. De Bolt, Trenton. 
John B. Clark, jr., Fayette. 
John M. Glover, La Grange. 
Aylett H. Buckner, Mexico. 

Algernon S. Paddock, Beatrice. 



Lorenzo Crounse, Fort Calhoun. 



NEVADA. 



SENATORS. 



John P. Jones, Gold Hill. 



William Sharon, Virginia City. 



REPRESENTATIVE. 

William Woodburn, Virginia City. 



i Died March 7, 1875, before the convening of Congress. 

3 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of James Buffinton, 
and took his seat December 6, 1875. 

3 Served until July 28, 1876; succeeded by Josiah G. Abbott, 
who contested his election. 



i Successfully contested the election of Rufus S. Frost, and 
took his seat July 28, 1876. 
s Election unsuccessfully contested by E. St. Julien Cox. 



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277 



NEW HAMPSHIRE. 



Aaron H. Cragin, Lebanon. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Frank Jones, Portsmouth. 
Samuel N. Bell, Manchester. 

NEW JERSEY. 

SENATORS. 

Frederick T. Frelinghuysen, Newark. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Clement H. Sinnickson, Salem. 
Samuel A. Dobbins, Mount Holly. 
Miles Ross, New Brunswick. 
Robert Hamilton, Newton. 

NEW YORK. 



Roscoe Conkling, Utica. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Henry B. Metcalfe, Westfield. 
John G. Schumaker, Brooklyn. 
Simeon B. Chittenden, Brooklyn. 
Archibald M. Bliss, Brooklyn. 
Edwin R. Meade, New York. 
Samuel S. Cox, New York. 
Smith Ely, jr., 1 New York. 
David Dudley Field, 2 New York. 
Elijah Ward, New York. 
Fernando Wood, New York. 
Abram S. Hewitt, New York. 
Benjamin A. Willis, New York. 
N. Holmes Odell, White Plains. 
John O. Whitehouse, Poughkeepsie. 
George M. Beebe, Monticello. 
John H. Bagley, jr., Catskill. 
Charles n. Adams, Cohoes. 



Bainbridge Wadleigh, Milford. 
Henry W. Blair, Plymouth. 

Theodore F. Randolph, Morristown. 



Augustus W. Cutler, Morristown. 
Frederick H. Teese, Newark. 
Augustus A. Hardenbergh, Jersey City. 



Francis Kernan, Utica. 



Martin I. Townsend, Troy. 
Andrew Williams, Plattsburg. 
William A. Wheeler, Malone. 
Henry H. Hathorn, Saratoga Springs. 
Samuel F. Miller, North Franklin. 
George A. Bagley, Watertown. 
Scott Lord, Utica. 
William H. Baker, Constantia. 
Elias W. Leavenworth, Syracuse. 
Clinton D. MacDougall, Auburn. 
Elbridge G. Lapham, Canandaigua. 
Thomas C. Piatt, Owego. 
Charles C. B. Walker, Corning. 
John M. Davy, Rochester. 
George G. Hoskins, Attica. 
Lyman K. Bass, Buffalo. 
Nelson I. Norton, 3 Hinsdale. 



NORTH CAROLINA. 



Matt W. Ransom, Weldon. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Jesse J. Yeates, Murfreesboro. 
John A. Hyman, Warrenton. 
Alfred M. Waddell, Wilmington. 
Joseph J. Davis, Louisburg. 



OHIO. 



SENATORS. 



John Sherman, Mansfield. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Milton Sayler, Cincinnati. 
Henry B. Banning, Cincinnati. 
John S. Savage, Wilmington. 
John A. McMahon, Dayton. 
Americus V. Rice, Ottawa. 
Frank H. Hurd, Toledo. 
Lawrence T. Neal, Chillicothe. 
William Lawrence, Bellefontaine. 
Early F. Poppleton, Delaware. 
Charles Foster, Fostoria. 



Augustus S. Merrimon, Raleigh. 



Alfred M. Scales, Greensboro. 
Thomas S. Ashe, Wadesboro. 
William M. Robbins, Statesville. 
Robert B. Vance, Asheville. 



Allen G. Thurman, Columbus. 



John L. Vance, Gallipolis. 
Ansel T. Walling, Circleville. 
Milton I. Southard, Zanesville. 
Jacob P. Cowan, Ashland. 
Nelson H. Van Vorhes, Athens. 
Lorenzo Danford, St. Clairsville. 
Laurin D. Woodworth, Youngstown. 
James Monroe, Oberlin. 
James A. Garfield, Hiram. 
Henry B. Payne, Cleveland. 



1 Resigned December II, 1876, having been elected mayor of 
New York City. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Smith Ely, 
jr., and took his scat January 11, 1877. 



3 Elected to fill vacancy caused bv death of Augustus P. 
Allen (J anuary 22, 1875) in preceding Congress, and took his seat 
December 0, 1875. 



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CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY. 



OREGON. 

SENATORS. 

James K. Kelly, Portland. JohnH. Mitchell, Portland. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

George A. La Dow, 1 Pendleton. La Fayette Lane, 2 Roseburg. 

PENNSYLVANIA. 



Simon Cameron, Harrisburg. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Chapman Freeman, Philadelphia. 
Charles O'Neill, Philadelphia. 
Samuel J. Randall, Philadelphia. 
William D. Kelley, Philadelphia. 
John Robbins, Philadelphia. 
Washington Townsend, West Chester. 
Alan Wood, jr., Conshohocken. 
Hiester Clymer, Reading. 
A. Herr Smith, Lancaster. 
William Mutchler, Easton. 
Francis D. Collins, Scranton. 
Winthrop W. Ketchum, 3 Wilkes-Barre. 
William H. Stanton, 4 Scranton. 
James B. Reilly, Pottsville. 



William A. Wallace, Clearfield. 



John B. Packer, Sunbury. 

Joseph Powell, Towanda. 

Sobieski Ross, Coudersport. 

John Reilly, Altoona. 

William S. Stenger, Chambersburg. 

Levi Maish, York. 

Levi A. Mackey, Lockhaven. 

Jacob Turney, Greensburg, 

James H. Hopkins, Pittsburgh. 

Alexander G. Cochrane, Allegheny City. 

John W. Wallace, New Castle. 

George A. Jenks, Brookville. 

James Sheakley, Greenville. 

Albert G. Egbert, Franklin. 



RHODE ISLAND. 

SENATORS. 






Henry B. Anthon)', Providence. 



Ambrose E. Burnside, Providence. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 

Benjamin T. Eames, Providence. Latimer W. Ballou, Woonsocket. 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 



SENATORS. 



Thomas J. Robertson, Columbia. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Joseph H. Rainey, 6 Georgetown. 
Edmund W. M. Mackey, 6 Charleston. 
Charles W. Buttz, 7 Charleston. 



TENNESSEE. 



SENATORS. 



Henry Cooper, Nashville. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William McFarland, Morristown. 
Jacob M. Thornburgh, Knoxville. 
George G. Dibrell, Sparta. 
John W. Head, 11 Gallatin. 
Samuel M. Fite, 12 Carthage. 
Haywood Y. Riddle, 13 Lebanon. 
John M. Bright, Fayetteville. 



John J. Patterson, Charleston. 



Solomon L. Hoge, Columbia. 
Alexander S. Wallace, Yorkville. 
Robert Smalls, Beaufort. 



Andrew Johnson, s Greenville. 
David M. Key, 9 Chattanooga. 
James E. Bailey, 10 Clarksville. 



John F. House, Clarksville. 
Washington C. Whitthorne, Columbia. 
John D. C. Atkins, Paris. 
William P. Caldwell, Gardner. 
Casey Young, Memphis. 









i Died May 8, 1875, before the convening of the Congress. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy causedby death of GeorgeA. La Dow, 
and took his seat December 6, 1875. 

3 Resigned July 19, 1876. 

* Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Winthrop 
W. Ketchum, and took his seat December, 4, 1876. 

B Election unsuccessfully contested by Samuel Lee. 

• Election contested by Charles W. Buttz; seat declared 
vacant by resolution of July 19, 1876. 

7 Contested the election of Edmund W. M. Mackey; by 
resolution July 19, 1876, House declared neither contestant 
nor contestee duly elected and the seat to be vacant; subse- 
quently elected, and took his seat January 23, 1877. 



» Died July 31, 1875. 

9 Appointed to fill vacancy caused bydeath of Andrew John- 
son, and took his seat December 6, 1875. 

10 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Andrew Johnson, 
and took his seat January 29, 1877. 

u Died May 3, 1875, before the convening of the Congress. 

I! Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of John W. Head; 
died October 23, 1875, before the convening of Congress. 

13 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Samuel M. Fite, 
and took his seat Jannary 5, 1876. 



FORTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. 



279 



Morgan C. Hamilton, Austin. 



TEXAS. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



John II. Reagan, Palestine. 
David B. Culberson, Jefferson. 
James W. Throckmorton, McKinney. 

VERMONT. 

SENATORS. 

George F. Edmunds, Burlington. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Charles H. Joyce, Rutland. 
Dudley C. Denison, Royalton. 

VIRGINIA. 

SENATORS. 



John W. Johnston, Abingdon. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Beverly B. Douglas, Ayletts. 
John Goode, jr., 1 Norfolk. 
Gilbert C. Walker, Richmond. 
William H. H. Stowell, Burkeville. 
George C. Cabell, Danville. 



Samuel B. Maxey, Paris. 



Roger Q. Mills, Corsicana. 
John Hancock, Austin. 
Gustave Schleicher, Cuero. 



Justin S. Morrill, Strafford. 



George W. Hendee, Morrisville. 



Robert E. Wither?, Wytheville. 



John R. Tucker, Lexington. 
John T. Harris, Harrisonburg. 
Eppa Hunton, Warrenton. 
William Terry, Wytheville. 



WEST VIRGINIA. 

SENATORS. 



Henry G. Davis, Piedmont. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Benjamin Wilson, Wilsonburg. 
Charles J. Faulkner. Martinsfeurg. 



WISCONSIN. 

SENATORS. 



Timothy O. Howe, Green Bay. 



REPRESENTATIVES 



Charles G. Williams, Janesville. 
Lucien B. Caswell, Fort Atkinson. 
Henry S. Magoon, Darlington. 
William P. Lynde, Milwaukee. 



Allen T. Caperton, 2 Union. 
Samuel Price, 3 Lewisburg. 
Frank Hereford, 4 Union. 



Frank Hereford, 5 Union. 



Angus Cameron, La Crosse. 



Samuel D. Burchard, Beaver Dam. 
Alanson M. Kimball, Pine River. 
Jeremiah M. Rusk, Viroqua. 
George W. Cate, Stevens Point. 



TERRITORY OF ARIZONA. 

DELEGATE. 

Hiram S. Stevens, Tucson. 
TERRITORY OF COLORADO. 5 

DELEGATE. 

Thomas M. Patterson, Denver. 
TERRITORY OF DAKOTA. 



DELEGATE. 

Jefferson P. Kidder, Vermilion. 



1 Election unsuccessfully contested by James H. Piatt, jr. 
^ Died July 2i., J876. 

3 Appointed to fdl vacancy caused by death of Allen T. 
Caperton, and took his seat December 4, 1876. 



* Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Allen T . Caperton 
and took his seat January 31 , 1877. 
& Resigned January 31, 1877, having been elected Senator. 
6 Elevated to statehood August 1 , 1876. 



280 CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY. 

TERRITORY OF IDAHO. 

DELEGATES. 

Thomas W. Bennett, 1 Boise City. Stephen S. Fenn, 2 Mount Idaho. 

TERRITORY OF MONTANA. 

DELEGATE. 

Martin Maginnis, Helena. 
TERRITORY OF NEW MEXICO. 

DELEGATE. 

Stephen B. Elkins, Santa Fe\ 
TERRITORY OF UTAH. 

DELEGATE. 

George Q. Cannon, Salt Lake City. 
TERRITORY OF WASHINGTON. 

DELEGATE. 

Orange Jacobs, Seattle. 
TERRITORY OF WYOMING. 

DELEGATE. 

William R. Steele, Cheyenne. 

> Served until June 23. 1876; succeeded by Stephen S. Fenn, » Successfully contested the election of Thomas W. Bennett, 
who contested his election. and took his seat June 23, 1876. 



FORTY-FIFTH CONGRESS. 



MARCH 4, 1877, TO MARCH 3, 1879. 



FIRST SESSION— October 15, 1877, to December 3, 1877. SECOND SESSION— Decem- 
ber 3, 1877, to June 20, 1878. THIRD SESSION— December 2, 1878, to March 3, 1879. 
SPECIAL SESSION OF THE SENATE— March 5, 1877, to March 17, 1877. 



VICE PRESIDENT— William A. Wheeler, of New York. PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE PRO 
TEMPORE— Thomas W. Ferry, 1 of Michigan. SECRETARY OF THE SENATE— George C. Gorham, 
of California. 

SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE— Samuel 3. Randall, 2 of Pennsylvania. CLERK OF THE HOUSE— 
George M. Adams, of Kentucky. 



ALABAMA. 



SENATORS. 



George E. Spencer, Decatur. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



James T. Jones, Demopolis. 
Hilary A. Herbert, Montgomery. 
Jeremiah N. Williams, Clayton. 
Charles M. Shelley, Selma. 



ARKANSAS. 



John T. Morgan, Selma. 

Robert F. Ligon, Tuskegee. 
Goldsmith W. Hewitt, Birmingham. 
William H. Forney, Jacksonville. 
William W. Garth, Huntsville. 



Stephen W. Dorsey, Helena. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Lucien C. Gause. Jacksonport. 
William F. Slemons, Monticello. 



Augustus H. Garland, Little Rock. 

Jordan E. Cravens, Clarksville. 
Thomas M. Gunter, Fayetteville. 



CALIFORNIA. 



SENATORS. 



Aaron A. Sargent, Nevada City. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Horace Davis, San Francisco. 
Horace F. Page, Placerville. 
John K. Luttrell, Santa Rosa. 



COLORADO. 



Newton Booth, Sacramento. 



Romualdo Pacheco, 3 San Luis Obispo. 



SENATORS. 

Jerome B. Chaffee, Denver. Henry M. Teller, Central City. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

James B. Belford, 5 Central City. Thomas M. Patterson, 6 Denver. 



i Elected March 5, 1877 (special session); February 26, 1878; 
April 17, 1878; and March 3, 1879. 

- Elected October 15. 1877. 

= Served until February 7, 1878; succeeded by Peter D. 
Wigginton, who contested his election. 

< Successfully contested the election of Romualdo Pacheco, 
en J took his seat February 7, 1878. 



s Served until December 13, 1877; succeeded by Thomas M. 
Patterson, who contested his election. 

6 Successfully contested the election of James B. Belford 
and took his seat December 13, 1877. 



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282 



CONGRESSIONAL, DIRECTOBY. 



CONNECTICUT. 

SENATORS. 



William W. Eaton, Hartford. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



George M. Landers, New Britain. 
James Phelps, Essex. 



William H. Barnum, Lime Rock. 



John T. Wait, Norwich. 
Levi Warner, Norwalk. 



DELAWARE. 

SENATORS. 

Thomas F. Bayard, Wilmington. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

James Williams, Kenton. 



Eli Saulsbury, Dover. 



Simon B. Conover, Tallahassee. 



FLORIDA. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



Horatio Bisbee, 1 jr., Jacksonville. 
Jesse J. Finley, 2 Jacksonville. 



Charles W. Jones, Pensacola. 



Robert H. M. Davidson, Quincy. 



John B. Gordon, Atlanta. 



Julian Hartridge, 3 Savannah. 
William E. Smith, Albany. 
Philip Cook, Americus. 
Henry R. Harris, Greenville. 
Milton A. Candler, Atlanta. 



Richard J. Oglesby, Decatur. 



GEORGIA. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



ILLINOIS. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William Aldrich, Chicago. 
Carter H. Harrison, Chicago. 
Lorenzo Brentano, Chicago. 
William Lathrop, Rockford. 
Horatio C. Burchard, Freeport. 
Thomas J. Henderson, Princeton. 
Philip C. Hayes, Morris.* 
Greenbury L. Fort, Lacon. 
Thomas A. Boyd, Lewiston. 
Benjamin F. Marsh, Warsaw. 



Benjamin H. Hill, Atlanta. 

James H.. Blount, Macon. 
William H. Felton, Cartersville. 
Alexander H. Stevens, Crawfordville. 
Hiram P. Bell. Gumming. 



David Davis, Bloomington. 

Robert M. Knapp, Jerseyville. 
William M. Springer, Springfield. 
Thomas F. Tipton, Bloomington. 
Joseph G. Cannon, Danville. 
John R. Eden, Sullivan. 
William A. J. Sparks, Carlyle. 
William R. Morrison, Waterloo. 
William Hartzell, Chester. 
Richard W. Townshend, Shawneetown. 



INDIANA. 



Oliver P. Morton, 4 Indianapolis. 
Daniel W. Voorhees, 5 Terre Haute. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Benoni S. Fuller, Boonville. 
Thomas R. Cobb, Vincennes. 
George A. Bicknell, New Albany. 
Leonidas Sexton, Rushville. 
Thomas M. Browne, Winchester. 
Milton S. Robinson, Anderson. 
John Hanna, Indianapolis. 



Joseph E. McDonald, Indianapolis. 



Morton C. Hunter, Bloomington. 
Michael D. White, Crawfordsville. 
William H. Calkins, Laporte. 
James L. Evans, Noblesville. 
Andrew H. Hamilton, Fort Wayne. 
John H. Baker, Goshen. 



1 Served until February 20, 1879; succeeded by Jesse J. Fin- 
ley, who contested his election. 

3 Successfully contested the election of Horatio Bisbee, jr., 
and took his seat February 20, 1879. 

' Died January 8, 1879. 



' Died November 1, 1877. 

5 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by death of Oliver P. 
Morton, and took his seat November 12, 1877; subsequently 
elected. 



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283 



IOWA. 



William B. Allison. Dubuque. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Joseph C. Stone, Burlington. 
Hiram Price, Davenport, 
Theodore W. Burdick, Decorah. 
Nathaniel C. Deering, Osage. 
Rush Clark, Iowa City. 



John J. Ingalls, Atchison. 

William A. Phillips, Salina. 
Dudley C. Haskell, Lawrence. 



KANSAS. 

SENATORS. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

KENTUCKY. 

SENATORS. 



Thomas C. McCreery, Owensboro. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Andrew R. Boone, Mayfield. 
James A. McKenzie, Long View. . 
John W. Caldwell, Russellville. 
J. Proctor Knott, Lebanon. 
Albert S. Willis, Louisville. 

LOUISIANA. 



Samuel J. Kirkwood, Iowa City. 



Ezekiel S. Sampson, Sigourney. 
Henry J. B. Cummings, Winterset. 
William F. Sapp, Council Bluffs. 
Addison Oliver, Onawa. 



Preston B. Plumb, Emporia. 
Thomas Ryan, Topeka. 

James B. Beck, Lexington. 



John G. Carlisle, Covington. 
Joseph C. S. Blackburn, Versailles. 
Milton J. Durham, Danville. 
Thomas Turner, Mount Sterling. 
John B. Clarke, Brookville. 



SENATORS. 



William Pitt Kellogg, 1 New Orleans. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Randall L. Gibson, New Orleans. 
E. John Ellis, New Orleans. 
Joseph H. Acklen, 3 Pattersonville. 
Joseph B. Elam, 4 Mansfield. 



MAINE. 



James B. Eustis, 2 New Orleans. 



John E. Leonard, 5 Monon. 

John S. Young, 6 Homer. 

Edward W. Robertson, 7 Baton Rouge. 



SENATORS. 

Hannibal Hamlin, Bangor. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Thomas B. Reed, Portland. 
William P. Frye, Lewiston. 
Stephen D. Lindsey, Norridgewock. 

MARYLAND. 



James G. Blaine, Augusta. 

Llewellyn Powers, Houlton. 
Eugene Hale, Ellsworth. 



SENATORS. 

George R. Dennis, Kingston. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Daniel M. Henry, Cambridge. 
Charles B. Roberts, Westminster. 
William Kimmel, Baltimore. 



William Pinkney Whyte, Baltimore. 

Thomas Swann, Baltimore. 
Eli J. Henkle, Brooklyn. 
William Walsh, Cumberland. 



1 This seat was claimed by Henry M. SpotTord; March 5, 
1877 (in the special session of the Senate), Mr. Kellogg pre- 
sented himself to be sworn, but objection was mads and his 
credentials were ordered to lie on the table; October 17, 1877, 
the credentials of Mr. SpotTord were presented and they, with 
the credentials of Mr. Kellogg, were referred to the Committee 
on Privileges and Elections; November 26, 1877, the com- 
mittee reported in favor of Mr. Kellogg; the report was 
adopted November 30, 1877; took his seat the same day. In 
the succeeding Congress the case was reopened upon petition 
of Mr. Spofford and a report was made in his favor, but he 
died August 20, 1880, before action was taken. 

2 In the preceding Congress the Committee on Privileges and 
Elections twice reported that Pinekney B. S. Pinchback was 
entitled to the seat upon credentials presented from two 
elections; the committee, after these decisions, was instructed 
to pass upon credentials of James B. Eustis and held that, 
inasmuch as Mr. Pinchback had a clear title, there was no 



vacancy; the Senate refused to adopt the report of the com- 
mittee "and declared Mr. Pinchback" not entitled to the seat " 
by a vote of 32 to 29. March 9, 1877 (in the special session of 
the Senate), the credentials of Mr. Eustis were taken from the 
filesand a'^ain referred; the committee reported December 1, 
1877, holding that the Senate's action in the case of Mr. Pinch- 
back was a final adjudication, and a resolution declaring Mr. 
Eustis entitled to his seat, his term of service to date from 
January 12, 1S.G; this report and resolution were adopted 
December 10, 1877, and Mr. Eustis appeared, qualified, and 
took his seat the same day. 
3 Election unsuccessfully contested by Chester B. Darrall. 

* Election unsuccessfully contested by George S. Smith. 

* Died March 15, 1878. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of John E. Leon- 
ard and took his seat December 2, 1878. 

7 Election unsuccessfully contested by Charles E. Nash. 



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CONGRESSIONAL, DIKECTOEY. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 



Henry L. Dawes, Pittsfield. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESEXTATIVES. 



William W. Crapo, New Bedford. 
Benjamin W. Harris, East Bridgewater. 
Walbridge A. Field, 1 Boston. 
Benjamin Dean, 2 Boston. 
Leopold Morse, Boston. 
Nathaniel P. Banks, Waltham. 



George F. Hoar, Worcester. 



George B. Loring, Salem. 
Benjamin F. Butler, Lowell. 
William Claflin, Newton. 
William W. Rice, Worcester. 
Amasa Norcross, Fitchburg. 
George D. Robinson, Chicopee. 



MICHIGAN. 



SENATORS. 



Thomas W. Ferry, Grand Haven. 



Isaac P. Christiancy, 3 Lansing. 
Zachariah Chandler, 4 Detroit. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 

Alpheus S. Williams, 5 Detroit. 
Edwin Willits, Monroe. 
Jonas H. McGowan, Coldwater. 
Edwin W. Keightley, Constantine. 
John W. Stone, Grand Rapids. 

MINNESOTA. 



Mark S. Brewer, Pontiac. 
Omar D. Conger, Port Huron. 
Charles C. Ellsworth, Greenville. 
Jay A. Hubbell, Houghton. 



SENATORS.' 



William Windom, Winona. 



Samuel J. R. McMillan, St. Paul. 



Mark H. Dunnell, Owatonna. 
Horace B. Strait, Shakopee. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



MISSISSIPPI. 



Jacob H. Stewart, St. Paul. 



SENATORS. 



Blanche K. Bruce, Floreyville. 



Lucius Q. C. Lamar, Oxford. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Henry L. Muldrow, Starkville. 
Van H. Manning, Holly Springs. 
Hernando D. Money, Winona. 



MISSOURI. 



Otho R. Singleton, Canton. 
Charles E. Hooker, Jackson. 
James R. Chalmers, 6 Vicksburg. 



Lewis V. Bogy, 7 St. Louis. 
David H. Armstrong. 8 
James Shields, 9 Carrollton. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Anthony Ittner, St. Louis. 
Nathan Cole, St. Louis. 
Lyne S. Metcalfe, St. Louis. 
Robert A. Hatcher, Charleston. 
Richard P. Bland, Lebanon. 
Charles H. Morgan, Lamar. 
Thomas T. Crittenden, Warrensburg. 



Francis M. Cockrell, Warrensburg. 



Benjamin J. Franklin, Kansas City. 
David Rea, Savannah. 
Henry M. Pollard, Chillicothe. 
John B. Clark, jr., Fayette. 
John M. Glover, La Grange. 
Aylett H. Buckner, Mexico. 



NEBRASKA. 



SENATORS. 



Algernon S. Paddock, Beatrice. 



Alvin Saunders, Omaha. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Frank Welch, 10 Norfolk. 



Thomas J. Majors, 11 Peru. 



> Served until March 28, 1878; succeeded by Benjamin Dean, 
who contested his election. 

2 Successfully contested the election of Walbridge A. Field, 
and took his seat March 28, 1878. 

3 Resigned February 10, 1879. 

* Elected to fill vacancy caused by the resignation of Isaac 
P. Christiancy, and took his seat February 22, 1879. 
s Died December 20, 1878. 
c Election unsuccessfully contested by John R. Lynch. 



' Died September 20, 1877. 

8 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by death of Lewis V. Bogy, 
and took his seat October 15, 1877. 

s Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Lewis V. Bogy, 
and took his seat January 27, 1879. 

i° Died September 4, 1878. 

11 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Frank Welch, 
and took his seat December 2, 1878. 



FORTY-FIFTH CONGRESS. 

NEVADA. 

SENATORS. 

John P. Jones, Gold Hill. William Sharon, Virginia ( ity. 

REPRESENTATIVE . 

Thomas Wren, Eureka. 



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NEW HAMPSHIRE 

SENATORS. 

Bainbridge Wadleigh, Milford. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Frank Jones, Portsmouth. 



Edward H. Rollins, Concord. 



Henry W. Blair, Plymouth. 



NEW JERSEY. 



SENATORS. 



Theodore F. Randolph, Morristown. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Clement H. Sinnickson, Salem. 
John H. Pugh, Burlington. 
Miles Ross, New Brunswick. 
Alvah A. Clark, Somerville. 



John R. MacPherson, Jersey City. 



Augustus W. Cutler. Morristown. 
Thomas B. Peddie, Newark. 
Augustus A. Hardenbergh, Jersey City. 



NEW YORK. 



Roscoe Conkling, Utica. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



James W. Covert, Flushing. 
William D. Veeder, Brooklyn. 
Simeon B. Chittenden, Brooklyn. 
Archibald M. Bliss, Brooklyn. 
Nicholas Muller, New York. 
Samuel S. Cox, New York. 
Anthony Eickhoff, New York. 
Anson G. McCook, New York. 
Fernando Wood, New York. 
Abram S. Hewitt, New York. 
Benjamin A. Willis, New York. 
Clarkson N. Potter, New Rochelle. 
John H. Ketcham, Dover Plains. 
George M. Beebe, Monticello. 
Stephen L. Mayham, Schoharie. 
Terence J. Quinn, 1 Albany. 
John M. Bailey,- Albany. 



Francis Kernan, Utica. 



Martin I. Townsend, Troy. 
Andrew Williams, Plattsburg. 
Amaziah B. James, Ogdensburg. 
John H. Starin, Fultonville. 
Solomon Bundy, Oxford. 
George A. Bagley, Watertown. 
William J. Bacon, Utica. 
William H. Baker, Constantia. 
Frank Hiscock, Syracuse. 
John H. Camp, Lyons. 
Elbridge G. Lapham, Canandaigua. 
Jeremiah W. Dwight, Dryden. 
John N. Hungerford, Corning. 
E. Kirke Hart, Albion. 
Charles B. Benedict, Attica. 
Daniel N. Lockwood, Buffalo. 
George W. Patterson, Westerfield. 



NORTH CAROLINA. 



Matt W. Ransom, Weldon. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Jesse J. Yeates, Murfreesboro. 
Curtis H. Brogden, Goldsboro. 
Alfred M. Waddell, Wilmington. 
Joseph J. Davis, Louisburg. 



Augustus S. Merrimon, Raleigh. 



Alfred M. Scales, Greensboro. 
Walter L. Steele, Rockingham. 
William M. Robbins, Statesville. 
Robert B. Vance, Asheville. 



' Died June IS, 1S78. 



= Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Terence J. 
Quinn, and took his seat December 2, 1878. 



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CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY. 
OHIO. 



John Sherman, 1 Mansfield. 
Stanley Matthews, 2 Glendale. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Milton Sayler, Cincinnati. 
Henry B. Banning, Cincinnati. 
Mills Gardner, Washington. 
John A. McMahon, Dayton. 
Americus V. Rice, Ottawa. 
Jacob D. Cox, Toledo. 
Henry L. Dickey, Greenfield. 
J. Warren Keifer, Springfield. 
John S. Jones, Delaware. 
Charles Foster, Fostoria. 



Allen G. Thurman, Columbus. 



Henry S. Neal, Ironton. 
Thomas Ewing, Lancaster. 
Milton I. Southard, Zanesville. 
Ebenezer B. Finley, Bucyrus. 
Nelson H. Van Vorhes, Athens. 
Lorenzo Danford, St. Clairsville. 
William McKinley, jr., Canton. 
James Monroe, Oberlin. 
James A. Garfield, Mentor. 
Amos Townsend, Cleveland. 



OREGON. 



SENATORS. 



John H. Mitchell, Portland. 



La Fayette Grover, Salem. 



REPRESENTATIVE. 

Richard Williams, 3 Portland. 
PENNSYLVANIA. 



SENATORS. 



Simon Cameron, 4 Harrisburg. 
J. Donald Cameron, 5 Harrisburg. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Chapman Freeman, Philadelphia. 
Charles O'Neill, Philadelphia. 
Samual J. Randall, Philadelphia. 
William D. Kelley, Philadelphia. 
Alfred C. Harmer, Germantown. 
William Ward, Chester. 
I. Newton Evans, Hatboro. 
Hiester Clymer, Reading. 
A. Herr Smith, Lancaster. 
Samuel A. Bridges, Allentown. 
Francis D. Collins, Scran ton. 
Hendrick B. Wright, Wilkes-Barre. 
James B. Reilly, Pottsville. 
John W. Killinger, Philadelphia. 



William A. Wallace, Clearfield. 



Edward Overton, jr., Towanda. 
John I. Mitchell, Wellsboro. 
Jacob M. Campbell, Johnstown. 
William S. Stenger, Chambersburg. 
Levi Maish, York. 
Levi A. Mackey, Lock Haven. 
Jacob Turney, Greensburg. 
Russell Errett, Pittsburgh. 
Thomas M. Bayne, Allegheny. 
William S. Shallenberger, Rochester. 
Harry White, Indiana. 
John M. Thompson, Butler. 
Lewis F. Watson, Warren. 



RHODE ISLAND. 



SENATORS. 



Henry B. Anthony, Providence. Ambrose E. Burnside, Providence. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Benjamin T. Eames, Providence. Latimer W. Ballou, Woonsocket. 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 



SENATORS. 



John J. Patterson, Charleston. 



REPRESENTATIVES . 



Joseph H. Rainey, Georgetown. 
Richard H. Cain, Charleston. 
D. Wyatt Aiken, Cokesbury. 



Matthew C. Butler, 6 Edgefield. 



John H. Evins, Spartanburg. 
Robert Smalls, Beaufort. 



1 Resigned March 8, 1877, having been appointed Secretary 
of the Treasury. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of John Sher- 
man, ..nd took his seat October 16, 1877. 

a Election unsuccessfully contested by Samuel W. McDowell. 

» Resigned March 5, 1877. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Simon 
Cameron, and took his seat October 16, 1877. 

« David T. Corbin claimed this seat; his credentials, with 
those of Mr. Butler, were referred to the Committee on 
Privileges and Elections; November 26, 1877, the committee, 



upon its request, was discharged from further consideration of 
Mr. Butler's credentials; November 30, 1877, a resolution that 
Mr. Butler be sworn in was agreed to by a vote of 29 to 28, the 
Vice-President voting to break a tie; appeared and qualified 
the same day. On February 4, 1879, the committee reported 
that Mr. Corbin was entitled to the seat, and a resolution that 
he be sworn; the Senate refused to consider this report, Feb- 
ruary 25, 1879, and on February 2S. following, the Vice-Presi- 
dent laid before the Senate a letter from Mr. Corbin with- 
drawing his claim, and no further action was taken. 



FORTY-FIFTH CONGRESS. 
TENNESSEE. 



287 



James E. Bailey, Clarksville. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



James H. Randolph, Newport. 
Jacob M. Thornburgh, Knoxville. 
George G. Dibrell, Sparta. 
Haywood Y. Riddle, Lebanon. 
John M. Bright, Fayetteville. 



Samuel B. Maxey, Paris. 



TEXAS. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



John H. Reagan, Palestine. 
David B. Culberson, Jefferson. 
James W. Throckmorton, McKinney. 

VERMONT. 

SENATORS. 

George F. Edmunds, Burlington. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Charles H. Joyce, Rutland. 
Dudley C. Denison, Royalton. 

VIRGINIA. 

SENATORS. 



John W. Johnston, Abingdon. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Beverly B. Douglas, 2 Ayletts. 
Richard Lee T. Beale, 3 Hague. 
John Goode, jr., Norfolk. 
Gilbert C. Walker, Richmond. 
Joseph Jorgensen, Petersburg. 



Isham G. Harris, Memphis. 



John F. House, Clarksville. 
Washington C. Whitthorne, Columbia. 
John D. 0. Atkins, Paris. 
William P. Caldwell, Gardner. 
Casey Young, Memphis. 



Richard Coke, Waco. 



Roger Q. Mills, Corsicana. 
DeWitt C. Giddings, Brenham. 
Gustave Schleicher, 1 Cuero. 



Justin S. Morrill, Strafford. 
George W. Hendee, Morrisville. 

Robert E. Withers, Wytheville. 



George C. Cabell, Danville. 
John R. Tucker, Lexington. 
John T. Harris, Harrisonburg. 
Eppa Hunton, Warren ton. 
Auburn L. Pridemore, Jonesville. 



WEST VIRGINIA. 

SENATORS. 



Henry G. Davis, Piedmont. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Benjamin Wilson, Wilsonburg. 
Benjamin F. Martin, Pruntytown. 



WISCONSIN. 

SENATORS. 



Timothy 0. Howe, Green Bay. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Charles G. Williams, Janesville. 
Lucien B. Caswell, Fort Atkinson. 
George C. Hazelton, Boscobel. 
William P. Lvnde, Milwaukee. 



Frank Hereford, Union. 



John E. Kenna, Kanawha. 



Angus Cameron, La Crosse. 



Edward S. Bragg, Fond du Lac. 
Gabriel Bouck, Oshkosh. 
Herman L. Humphrey, Hudson. 
Thaddeus C. Pound, Chippewa falls. 



TERRITORY OF ARIZONA 

DELEGATE. 

Hiram S. Stevens, Tucson. 



1 Died January 11, 1879. 

2 Died December 22, 1878. 



3 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Beverly B. 
Douglas, and took his seat February 8, 1S79. 



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TERRITORY OF DAKOTA. 

DELEGATE. 

Jefferson P. Kidder, Vermillion. 
TERRITORY OF IDAHO. 

DELEGATE. 

Stephen S. Fenn, Mount Idaho. 
TERRITORY OF MONTANA. 

DELEGATE. 

Martin Maginnis, Helena. 
TERRITORY OF NEW MEXICO. 

DELEGATE. 

Trinidad Romero, Las Vegas. 
TERRITORY OF UTAH. 

DELEGATE. 

George Q. Cannon, Salt Lake City. 
TERRITORY OF WASHINGTON. 

DELEGATE. 

Orange Jacobs, Seattle. 
TERRITORY OF WYOMING. 

DELEGATE. 

William W. Corlett, Cheyenne. 



FORTY- SIXTH CONGRESS. 



MARCH 4, 1879, TO MARCH 3, 1881. 



FIRST SESSION— March 18, 1879, to July 1, 1S79. SECOND SESSION— December 1, 1879, 
to June 16, 1880. THIRD SESSION— December 6, 1880, to March 3, 1881. 



VICE PRESIDENT— William A. Wheeler, of New York. PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE 
PRO TEMPORE— Allen G. Thurman, 1 of Ohio. SECRETARY OF THE SENATE^John C. Burch, 
of Tennessee. 

SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE— Samuel J. Randall, of Pennsylvania. CLERK OF THE 
HOUSE — George M. Adams, of Kentucky. 



ALABAMA. 



John T. Morgan, Sehna. 



Thomas H. Herndon, Mobile. 
Hilary A. Herbert, Montgomery. 
William J. Samford, Opelika. 
Charles M. Shelley, Selma. 
Thomas Williams, Wetumpka. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



George S. Houston, 2 Athens. 
Luke Pryor, 3 Athens. 
James L. Pugh, 4 Eufaula. 

Burwell B. Lewis, 5 Tuscaloosa. 
Newton N. Clements, 6 Tuscaloosa. 
William H. Forney, Jacksonville. 
William M. Lowe, Huntsville. 



ARKANSAS. 



SENATORS. 

Augustus H. Garland, Little Rock. James D. Walker, Fayetteville. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 



Poindexter Dunn, Forest City. 
William F. Slemons, 7 Monticello. 



Newton Booth, San Francisco. 



CALIFORNIA. 

SENATORS. 



Jordan E. Cravens, Clarksville. 
Thomas M. Gunter, Fayetteville. 



James T. Farley, Jackson. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 

Horace Davis, San Francisco. Campbell P. Berry, Wheatland. 

Horace F. Page, Placerville. Romualdo Pacheco, San Luis Obispo. 

COLORADO. 



Henry M. Teller, Central City. 



SENATORS. 



Nathaniel P. Hill, Denver. 



REPRESENTATIVE. 

James B. Belford, Central City. 
CONNECTICUT. 



William W. Eaton, Hartford. 

Joseph R. Hawley, Hartford. 
James Phelps, Essex. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Orville H. Piatt, West Meriden. 

John T. Wait, Norwich. 
Frederick Miles, Chapinville. 



i Elected April 15. 1879; April 7, 18S0, and May G, 1880. 
* Died December 31, 1879. 

3 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by death of George S. 
Houston, and took his seat January 15, 1880. 

4 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of George S. 
Houston, and took his seat December 6, 1880. 



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i Resigned October 1, 1880. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Burwell B. 
Lewis, and took his seat December 8, 1880. 

7 Election unsuccessfully contested by John M. Bradley. 



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290 



CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY. 



DELAWARE. 



SENATORS. 



Thomas F. Bayard, Wilmington. Eli Saulsbury, Dover. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

Edward L. Martin, Seaford. 
FLORIDA. 



SENATORS. 

Charles W. Jones, Pensacola. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Robert H. M. Davidson, Quincy. 



John B. Gordon, 3 Atlanta. 
Joseph E. Brown, 4 Atlanta. 



GEORGIA. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES . 



John C. Nicholls, Blackshear. 
William E. Smith, Albany. 
Philip Cook, Americus. 
Henry Persons, Geneva. 
Nathaniel J. Hammond, Atlanta. 



David Davis, Bloomington. 



ILLINOIS. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William Aldrich, Chicago. 
George R. Davis, Chicago. 
Hiram Barber, jr., Chicago. 
John C. Sherwin, Aurora. 
Robert M. A. Hawk, Mount Carroll. 
Thomas J. Henderson, Princeton. 
Philip C. Hayes, Morris. 
Greenbury L. Fort, Lacon. 
Thomas A. Boyd, Lewiston. 
Benjamin F. Marsh, Warsaw. 



Wilkinson Call, Jacksonville. 

Noble A. Hull, 1 Sanford. 
Horatio Bisbee, jr., 2 Jacksonville. 



Benjamin H. Hill, Atlanta. 



James H. Blount, Macon. 
William H. Felton, Cartersville. 
Alexander H. Stephens, Crawfordsville. 
Emory Speer, Athens. 



John A. Logan, Chicago. 

James W. Singleton, Quincy. 
William M. Springer, Springfield. 
Adlai E. Stevenson, Bloomington. 
Joseph G. Cannon, Danville. 
Albert P. Forsythe, Isabel. 
William A. J. Sparks, Carlyle. 
William R. Morrison, Waterloo. 
John R. Thomas, Metropolis. 
Richard W. Townshend, Shawneetown. 



INDIANA. 



SENATORS. 



Joseph E. McDonald, Indianapolis. 



Daniel W. Voorhees, Terre Haute. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William Heilman, Evansville. 
Thomas R. Cobb, Vincennes. 
George A. Bicknell, New Albany. 
Jeptha D. New, Vernon. 
Thomas M. Browne, Winchester. 
William R. Myers, Anderson. 
Gilbert De La Matyr, Indianapolis. 



IOWA. 



Abraham J. Hostetler, Bedford. 
Godlove S. Orth, 5 La Fayette. 
William H. Calkins, Laporte. 
Calvin Cowgill, Wabash. 
Walpole G. Colerick, Fort Wayne. 
John H. Baker, Goshen. 



William B. Allison, Dubuque. 

Moses A. McCoid, Fairfield. 
Hiram Price, Davenport. 
Thomas Updegraff , McGregor. 
Nathaniel C. Deering, Osage. 
Rush Clark, 6 Iowa City. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Samuel J. Kirkwood, Iowa City. 

William G. Thompson, 7 Marion. 
James B. Weaver, Bloomfield. 
Edward H. Gillette, Des Moines. 
William F. Sapp, Council Bluffs. 
Cyrus C. Carpenter, Fort Dodge. 



1 Served until January 22, 1881; succeeded by Horatio 
Bisbee. jr., who contested his election. 

2 Successfully contested the election of Noble A. Hull, and 
took his seat January 22. 1881. 

• 1 Resigned May Id, 188P. 



' Appointed to fill vacancy caused by resignation of John B. 
Gordon, and took his seat May 26, 1880; subsequently elected. 

'■> Election unsuccessfully contested by James McCabe. 

« Died April 29, 1879. 

7 Elected to fill vacancy caused by the death of Rush Clark 
and took his seat December 1, 1879. 



FORTY-SIXTH CONGRESS. 



291 



KANSAS. 



John J. Ingalls, Atchison. 

John A. Anderson, Manhattan. 
Dudley C. Haskell, Lawrence. 



SENATORS. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

KENTUCKY. 

SENATORS. 



James B. Beck, Lexington. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Oscar Turner, Oscar. 
James A. McKenzie, Long View. 
John William Caldwell, Russellville. 
J. Proctor Knott, Lebanon. 
Albert S. Willis, Louisville. 

LOUISIANA. 

SENATORS. 

William Pitt Kellogg, 1 New Orleans. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Randall L. Gibson, New Orleans. 
E. John Ellis, New Orleans. 
Joseph H. Acklen, Franklin. 

MAINE. 



Preston 1!. Plumb, Emporia. 
Thomas Ryan, Topeka. 

John S. Williams, Mount Sterling. 

John G. Carlisle, Covington. 
Joseph ('. S. Blackburn, Versailles. 
Philip B. Thompson, jr., Harrodsburg. 
Thomas Turner, Mount Sterling. 
Elijah C. Phister, Maysville. 

Benjamin F. Jonas, New Orleans. 



Joseph B. Elam, Mansfield. 

J. Floyd King, Vidalia. 

Edward W. Robertson, Baton Rouge. 



James G. Blaine, Augusta. 



SENATORS. 

Hannibal Hamlin, Bangor. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Thomas B. Reed, Portland. George W. Ladd, Bangor. 

William P. Frye, Lewiston. Thompson H. Murch, Rockland. 

Stephen D. Lindsey, Norridgewock. 

MARYLAND. 



SENATORS. 

William Pinkney Whyte, Baltimore. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Daniel M. Henry, Cambridge. 
J. Fred C. Talbot, Towsontown. 
William Kimmel, Baltimore. 



James B. Groome, Elkton. 



Robert M. McLane, Baltimore. 
Eli J. Henkle, Brooklyn. 
Milton G. Urner, Frederick. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 



Henry L. Dawes, Pittsfield. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William W. Crapo, New Bedford. 
Benjamin W. Harris, East. Bridgewater. 
Walbridge A. Field, Boston. 
Leopold Morse, Boston. 
Selwyn Z. Bowman, Somerville. 
George B. Loring, 2 Salem. 

MICHIGAN. 



SENATORS. 



Thomas W. Ferry, Grand Haven. 



John S. Newberry, Detroit. 
Edwin Willits, Monroe. 
Jonas H. McGowan, Coldwater. 
Julius C. Burrows, Kalamazoo. 
John W. Stone, Grand Rapids. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



George F. Hoar, Worcester. 



William A. Russell, Lawrence. 
William Claflin, Newton. 
William W. Rice, Worcester. 
Amasa Norcross, Fitchburg. 
George D. Robinson, Chicopee. 



Zachariah Chandler, s Detroit 
Henry P. Baldwin, 4 Detroit. 

Mark S. Brewer, Pontiac. 
Omar D. Conger, Port Huron. 
Roswell G. Horr, East Saginaw. 
Jay A. Hubbell, Houghton. 



1 The credentials of Thomas C. Manning, appointed to fill 
vacancy caused by the death of Henry M. Spofford, contestant 
for this seat in the preceding Congress (August 20, 1880), were 
presented December 7, 1880; inasmuch as the Senate had taken 
no action upon the report that was favorable to Mr. Spofford, 
no action was taken upon Mr. Manning's credentials beyond 
referring them to the committee. 



2 Election unsuccessfully contested by E. Moody Boynton. 

3 Died November 1, 1879. 

4 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by death of Zachariah 
Chandler, and took his seat 'December 3, 1879; subsequently 
elected. 



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CONGRESSIONAL DIKECTOEY. 



William Windom, Winona. 

Mark H. Dunnell, Owatonna. 
Henry Poehler, Henderson. 



MINNESOTA, 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 

MISSISSIPPI. 

SENATORS. 



Blanche K. Bruce, Floreyville. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Henry L. Muldrow, Starkville. 
Van H. Manning, Holly Springs. 
Hernando D. Money, Winona. 



MISSOTJPvI. 



SENATORS. 



Francis M. Cockrell, Warrensburg. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Martin L. Clardy, Farmington. 
Erastus Wells, St. Louis. 
Richard G. Frost, St. Louis. 
Lowndes H. Davis, Jackson. 
Richard P. Bland, Lebanon. 
James R. Waddill, Springfield. 
Alfred M. Lay, 1 Jefferson City. 



NEBRASKA. 



Samuel J. R. McMillan, St. Paul. 
William D. Washburn, Minneapolis. 

Lucius Q. C. Lamar, Oxford. 



Otho R. Singleton, Canton. 
Charles E. Hooker, Jackson. 
James R. Chalmers, Vicksburg. 



George G. Vest, Kansas City. 



John F. Philips, 2 Sedalia. 
Samuel L. Sawyer, Independence. 
Nicholas Ford, Rochester. 
Gideon F. Rothwell, Moberly. 
John B. Clark, jr., Fayette. 
William H. Hatch, Hannibal. 
Avlett H. Buckner, Mexico. 



SENATORS. 

Algernon S. Paddock, Beatrice. Alvin Saunders, Omaha. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

Edward K. Valentine, West Point. 
NEVADA. 

SENATORS. 

John P. Jones, Gold Hill. William Sharon, Virginia City. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

Rollin M. Daggett, Virginia City. 
NEW HAMPSHIRE. 



Edward H. Rollins, Concord. 



Joshua G. Hall, Dover. 
James F. Briggs, Manchester. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



NEW JERSEY. 



SENATORS. 



Theodore F. Randolph, Morristown. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



George M. Robeson, Camden. 
Hezekiah B. Smith, Smith ville. 
Miles Ross, New Brunswick. 
Alvah A. Clark, Somerville. 



Charles H. Bell, 3 Exeter. 
Henry W. Blair, 4 Plymouth. 

Evarts W. Farr, 5 Littleton. 
Ossian Ray, G Lancaster. 



John R. MacPherson, Jersey City. 



Charles H. Voorhis, Hackensack. 

John L. Blake, Orange. 

Lewis A. Brigham, Jersey City. 



i Diod December 8, 1879. 

^ Elected to All vacancy caused by the death of Alfred M. 
Lay, and took his seat March 18, 1879. 

3 "Appointed to fill vacancy in term commencing March 4, 
1879; credentials presented and referred March 18, 1S79; ma- 
jority of Committee on Privileges and Elections reported reso- 
lution, April 2, 1879, declaring him not entitled to seat; by 



resolution, April 10, 1S79, was declared entitled to seat; ap- 
peared and qualified same day. 

4 Elected to fill vacancy in term commencing March 4, 1S79, 
and took his seat June 20, 1879. 

c Died November 30, 1880. 

" Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Evarts W. Farr, 
and took his seat January S, 1SS1. 



FORTY-SIXTH CONGRESS. 



293 



NEW YORK. 



SENATORS. 



Roscoe Oonkling, Utica. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



James W. Covert, Flushing. 
Daniel O'Reilly, Brooklyn. 
Simeon B. Chittenden, Brooklyn. 
Archibald M. Bliss, Brooklyn. 
Nicholas Muller, New York. 
Samuel S. Cox, New York. 
Edwin Einstein, New York. 
Anson G. McCook, New York. 
Fernando Wood, 1 New York. 
James O'Brien, New York. 
Levi P. Morton, New York. 
Waldo Hutching, Kingsbridge. 
John H. Ketcham, Dover Plains. 
John W. Ferdon, Piermont. 
William Lounsberry, Kingston. 
John M. Bailey, Albany. 
Walter A. Wood, Hoosi'ck Falls. 



Francis Kernan, Utica. 



John Hammond, Crown Point. 
Amaziah B. James, Ogdensburg. 
John H. Starin, Fultonville. 
David Wilber, Milford. 
Wanier Miller, Herkimer. 
Cyrus D. Prescott, Rome. 
Joseph H. Mason, 2 Hamilton. 
Frank Hiscock, Syracuse. 
John H. Camp, Lyons. 
Elbridge G. Lapham, Canandaigua. 
Jeremiah W. Dwight, Dryden. 
David P. Richardson, Angelica. 
John Van Voorhis, Rochester. 
Richard Crowley, Lockport. 
Ray V. Pierce, 3 Buffalo. 
Jonathan Scoville, 4 Salisbury. 
Henry Van Aernam, Franklinville. 



NORTH CAROLINA. 



SENATORS. 



Matt W. Ransom, Weldon. 



Zebulon B. Vance, Charlotte. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Joseph J. Martin, 5 Williamston. 
Jesse J. Yeates, 6 Murfreesboro. 
William H. Kitchin, Scotland Neck. 
Daniel L. Russell, Wilmington. 
Joseph J. Davis, Louisburg. 



Alfred M. Scales, Greensborough. 
Walter L. Steele, Rockingham. 
Robert F. Armfield, Statesville. 
Robert B. Vance, Asheville. 



OHIO. 



SENATORS. 



Allen G. Thurman, Columbus. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Benjamin Butterworth, Cincinnati. 
Thomas L. Young, Cincinnati. 
John A. McMahon, Dayton. 
Joseph Warren Keifer, Springfield. 
Benjamin LeFevre, Sidney. 
William D. Hill, Defiance. 
Frank H. Hurd, Toledo 
Ebenezer B. Finley, Bucyrus. 
George L. Converse, Columbus. 
Thomas Ewing, Lancaster. 
Henry L. Dickey, Greenfield. 



George H. Pendleton, Cincinnati. 



Henry S. Neal, Ironton. 

Adoniram J. Warner, Marietta. 

Gibson Atherton, Newark. 

George W. Geddes, Mansfield. 

William McKinley, jr., Canton. 

James Monroe, Oberlin. 

Jonathan T. Updegraff, Mount Pleasant. 

James A. Garfield, 7 Mentor. 

Ezra B. Taylor. 8 Warren. 

Amos Townsend, Cleveland. 



OREGON. 

SENATORS. 

La Fayette Grover, Salem. James II. Slater, La Grande. 

REPRESENTATI V E . 

John Whiteaker, Pleasant Hill. 



■ Died February 14, 1881. 

a Election unsuccessfully contested by Sebastian Duffy. 

3 Resigned September 18, 1880. 

* Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Ray V. 
Pierce, and took his seat January 29, 1881. 

s Served until January 29, 1881; succeeded by Jesse J . Yeates, 
who contested his election. 



6 Successfully contested the election of Joseph J. Martin, and 
took his seat January 29, 1881. 

7 Resigned Novembers, 18S0, having been elected President 
of the United States. 

8 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Jamea A. 
Garfield, and took his seat December 13, 1880. 



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CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY. 



PENNSYLVANIA. 



SENATORS. 



William A. Wallace, Clearfield. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Henry H. Bingham, Philadelphia. 
Charles O'Neill, Philadelphia. 
Samuel J. Randall, Philadelphia. 
William D. Kelley, Philadelphia. 
Alfred C. Harmer, Germantown. 
William Ward, Chester. 
William Godshalk, New Britain. 
Hiester Clymer, Reading. 
A. Herr Smith, Lancaster. 
Reuben K. Bachman, Durham. 
Robert Klotz, Mauch Chunk. 
Hendrick B. Wright, Wilkes-Barre. 
John W. Ryon, Pottsville. 
John W. Killinger, Lebanon. 



J. Donald Cameron, Harrisburg. 



Edward Overton, jr., Towanda. 
John I. Mitchell, Wellsboro. 
Alexander H. Coffroth, Somerset. 
Horatio G. Fisher, Huntingdon. 
Frank E. Beltzhoover, Carlisle. 
Seth H. Yocum, 1 Bellefonte. 
Morgan R. Wise, Waynesburg. 
Russell Errett, Pittsburgh. 
Thomas M. Bayne, Allegheny. 
William S. Shallenberger, Rochester. 
Harry White, Indiana. 
Samuel B. Dick, Meadville. 
John H. Osmer, Franklin. 



RHODE ISLAND. 

SENATORS. 

Henry B. Anthony, Providence. Ambrose E. Burnside, Providence. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Nelson W. Aldrich, Providence. Latimer W. Ballou, Woonsocket. 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 



SENATORS. 



Matthew C. Butler, Edgefield. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 

John S. Richardson, Sumter. 
Michael P. O'Connor, Charleston. 
D. Wyatt Aiken, Cokesbury. 



James E. Bailey, Clarksville. 



TENNESSEE. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



Robert L. Taylor, Jonesboro. 
Leonidas C. flouk, Knoxville. 
George G. Dibrell, Sparta. 
Benton McMillin, Carthage. 
John M. Bright, Fayetteville. 



TEXAS. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 

VERMONT. 

SENATORS. 

George F. Edmunds, Burlington. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Charles H. Joyce, Rutland. 
James M. Tyler, Brattleboro. 



Samuel B. Maxey, Paris. 



John H. Reagan, Palestine. 
David B. Culberson, Jefferson. 
Olin Wellborn, Dallas. 



Wade Hampton, Charleston. 



John H. Evins, Spartanburg. 
George D. Tillman, Edgefield. 



Isham G. Harris, Memphis. 



John F. House, Clarksville. 
Washington C. Whitthorne, Columbia. 
John D. C. Atkins, Paris. 
Charles B. Simonton, Covington. 
Casey Young, Memphis. 



Richard Coke, Waco. 



Roger Q. Mills, Corsicana. 
George W. Jones, Bastrop. 
Columbus Upson, San Antonio. 



Justin S. Morrill, Strafford. 
Bradley Barlow, St. Albans. 



Election unsuccessfully contested by Andrew G. Curtin. 



FORTY-SIXTH CONGRESS. 295 

VIRGINIA. 

SENATORS. 

John W. Johnston, Abingdon. Robert E. Withers, Wytheville. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Richard Lee T. Beale, Hague. John R. Tucker, Lexington. 

John Goode, jr., Norfolk. John T. Harris, Harrisonburg. 

Joseph E. Johnston, Longwood. Eppa Hunton, Warrenton. 

Joseph Jorge nsen, Petersburg. James B. Richmond, Estillville. 
George C. Cabell, Danville. 

WEST VIRGINIA. 

SENATORS. 

Henry G. Davis, Piedmont. Frank Hereford, Union. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Benjamin Wilson, Wilsonburg. John E. Kenna, Kanawha. 

Benjamin F. Martin, Pruntytown. 

WISCONSIN. 

SENATORS. 

Angus Cameron, La Crosse. Matthew H. Carpenter, 1 Milwaukee. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Charles G. Williams, Janesville. Edward S. Bragg, Fond du Lac. 

Lucien B. Caswell, Fort Atkinson. Gabriel Bouck, Oshkosh. 

George C. Hazelton, Boscobel. Herman L. Humphrey, Hudson. 

Peter V. Deuster, Milwaukee. Thaddeus C. Pound, Chippewa Falla. 

TERRITORY OF ARIZONA. 

DELEGATE. 

John G. Campbell, Prescott. 
TERRITORY OF DAKOTA. 

DELEGATE. 

Granville G. Bennett, Yankton. 
TERRITORY OF IDAHO. 

DELEGATE. 

George Ainslie, Idaho City. 
TERRITORY OF MONTANA. 

DELEGATE. 

Martin Maginnis, Helena. 
TERRITORY OF NEW MEXICO. 

DELEGATE. 

Mariano S. Otero, Peralta. 
TERRITORY OF UTAH. 

DELEGATE. 

George Q. Cannon, Salt Lake City. 
TERRITORY OF WASHINGTON. 

DELEGATE. 

Thomas H. Brents, Walla Walla. 
TERRITORY OF WYOMING. 

DELEGATE. 

S. W. Downey, Laramie City. 
' Died February 24, 1881. 



FORTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. 



MARCH 4, 1881, TO MARCH 3, 1883. 



FIRST SESSION— December 5, 1881, to August 8, 1882. SECOND SESSION— December 
4, 1882, to March 3, 1883. SPECIAL SESSIONS OF THE SENATE— March 4, 1881, to 
May 20, 1881; October, 10, 18S1, to October 29, 1881. 



• VICE PRESIDENT— Chester A. Arthur, 1 of New York. PRESIDENTS OF THE SENATE PRO 
TEMPORE — Thomas F. Bayard,- of Delaware; David Davis, 3 of Illinois; George F. Edmunds, 4 of Ver- 
mont. SECRETARY OF THE SENATE— Francis E. Shober, 5 Chief Clerk (Acting Secretary), of 
North Carolina. 

SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE— J. Warren Keifer, of Springfield, Ohio. CLERK OF THE 
HOUSE — Edward McPherson, of Pennsylvania. 



ALABAMA. 



John T. Morgan, Selma. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Thomas H. Herndon, Mobile. 
Hilary A. Herbert, Montgomery. 
William C. Oates, Abbeville. 
Charles M. Shelley, 6 Selma. 
Thomas Williams, Wetumpka. 

ARKANSAS. 

SENATORS. 

Augustus H. Garland, Little Rock. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Poindexter Dunn, Forest City. 
James K. Jones, Washington. 

CALIFORNIA. 



James L. Pugh, Eufaula. 



Goldsmith W. Hewitt, Birmingham. 
William H. Forney, Jacksonville. 
Joseph Wheeler, 7 Wheeler. 
William M. Lowe, 8 Huntsville. 



James D. Walker, Fayetteville. 



Jordan E. Cravens, Clarksville. 
Thomas M. Gunter, Fayetteville. 



James T. Farley, Jackson. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William S. Rosecrans, San Francisco. 
Horace F. Page, Placerville. 



John F. Miller, San Francisco. 



Campbell P. Berry, Wheatland. 
Romualdo Pacheco, San Luis Obispo. 



i Became President on the death of James A. Garfield Sep- 
tember 19, 1881. 

- Elected October 10, 1881 (special session of the Senate). 

s Elected October 13, 1881 (special session of the Senate). 

< Elected March 3, 1883. 

'Appointed by resolution of October 24, 1881, to fill va- 
cancy caused by death of John C. Burch; served throughout 
the Congress. 

• Election contested by James Q. Smith; report of the com- 
mittee favorable to contestant, but contestant died and seat 

296 



was declared vacant; subsequently elected to fill vacancy 
thus caused, and took his seat December 4, 1882; this elec- 
tion was contested by John W. Jones, but was undisposed 
of at close of the Congress. 

'Served until June 3, 1882; succeeded by "William M. Lowe, 
who contested his election; subsequently elected to fill vacancy 
caused by the death of Mr. Lowe, and took his seat January 
lo,18S3. 

b Successfully contested the election of Joseph Wheeler, and 
took his seat June 3, 1S82; died August 16, 1882. 



FOETY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. 



297 



Henry M. Teller, 1 Denver. 
George M. Chilcott, 2 Denver. 
Horace A. W. Tabor, 3 Denver. 



COLORADO. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVE. 



Nathaniel P. Hill, Denver. 



James 13. Belford, Central City. 
CONNECTICUT. 

SENATORS. 

Orville II. Piatt, West Meriden. Joseph R. Hawley, Hartford. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 



John It. Buck, Hartford. 
James Phelps, Essex. 



John T. Wait, Norwich. 
Frederick Miles, Chapinville. 



DELAWARE. 



SENATORS. 

Thomas F. Bayard, Wilmington. Eli Saulsbury, Dover. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

E. Livingston Martin, Seaford. 
FLORIDA. 

SENATORS. 

Charles W. Jones, Pensacola. Wilkinson Call, Jacksonville 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Robert H. M. Davidson, Quincy. 



Horatio Bisbee, jr., 5 Jacksonville. 
Jesse J. Finley, 4 Jacksonville. 



GEORGIA. 



Benjamin H. Hill, 6 Atlanta. 
Pope Barrow, 7 Athens. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



George R. Black, Sylvania. 
Henry G. Turner, Quitman. 
Philip Cook, Americus. 
Hugh Buchanan, Newman. 
Nathaniel J. Hammond, Atlanta. 



ILLINOIS. 



SENATORS. 



David Davis, Bloomington. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

William Aldrich, Chicago. 

George R. Davis, Chicago. 

Charles B. Farwell, Chicago. 

John C. Sherwin, Aurora. 

Robert M. A. Hawk, 10 Mount Carroll. 

Robert R. Hitt, 11 Mount Morris. 

Thomas J. Henderson, Princeton. 

William Cullen, Ottawa. 

Lewis E. Payson, Pontiac. 

John H. Lewis, Knoxville. 



Joseph E. Brown, Atlanta. 



James II. Blount, Macon. 
Judson C. Clements, La Payette. 
Alexander H. Stephens, 8 Crawfordsville. 
Seaborn Reese, 9 Sparta. 
Emory Speer, Athens. 



John A. Logan, Chicago. 



Benjamin F. Marsh, Warsaw. 
James W. Singleton, Quincy. 
William M. Springer, Springfield. 
Dietrich C. Smith, Pekin. 
Joseph G. Cannon, Danville. 
Samuel W. Moulton, Shelbyville. 
William A. J. Sparks, Carlyle. 
William R. Morrison, Waterloo. 
John P. Thomas, Metropolis. 
Richard W. Townshend, Shawneetown. 



1 Resigned April 17, 1882, to become Secretary of the Inte- 
rior. 

2 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Henry 
M. Teller, and took his seat April 17, 1882. 

3 Elected to fill the vacancy caused by resignation of Henrv 
M. Teller, and took his seat February 2, 1883. 

* Served until June 1. 1SS2; succeeded by Horatio Bisbee, jr., 
who contested his elect ion. 

6 Successfullv contested the election of Jesse J. Finley. and 
took his seat June 1, 1882. 



• Died August 16, 1882. 

7 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Benjamin H. 
Hill, and took his seat December 5, 1882. 

8 Resigned November 4, 1882, having been elected Governor. 
'' Elected to fill the vacancy caused by resignation of Alex- 
ander H. Stephens, and took his seat December 4, 1882. 

10 Died June 29, 1882. 

" Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Robert M. A. 
Hawk, and took his seat December 4, 1882. 



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INDIANA. 



SENATORS. 



Daniel W. Voorhees, Terre Haute. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William Heilman, Evansville. 
Thomas R. Cobb, Vincennes. 
Strother M. Stockslager, Corydon. 
William S. Hoi man, Aurora. 
Courlland C. Matson, Greencastle. 
Thomas M. Browne, Winchester. 
Stanton J. Peelle, Indianapolis. 



IOWA. 



Benjamin Harrison, Indianapolis. 



Robert B. F. Peirce, Crawfordsville. 
Godlove S. Orth, 1 La Fayette. 
Charles T. Doxey, 2 Anderson. 
Mark L. DeMotte, Valparaiso. 
George W. Steele, Marion. 
Walpole G. Colerick, Fort Wayne. 
William H. Calkins, Laporte. 



William B. Allison, Dubuque. 



SENATORS. 



Samuel J. Kirkwood, 3 Iowa City. 
James W. McDill, 4 Afton. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Moses A. McCoid, Fairfield. 
Sewall S. Farwell, Monticello. 
Thomas Updegraff, McGregor. 
Nathaniel C. Deering, Osage. 
William G. Thompson, Marion. 



John J. Ingalls, Atchison. 

John A. Anderson, Manhattan. 
Dudley C. Haskell, Lawrence. 



KANSAS. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 

KENTUCKY. 



Marsena E. Cutts, 5 Oskaloosa. 
John C. Cook, 6 Newton. 
John A. Kasson, Des Moines. 
William P. Hepburn, Clarinda. 
Cyrus C. Carpenter, Fort Dodge. 



Preston B. Plumb, Emporia. 
Thomas Ryan, Topeka. 



SENATORS. 

James B. Beck, Lexington. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Oscar Turner, Oscarr. 
James A. McKenzie, Long View. 
John W. Caldwell, Russellville. 
J. Proctor Knott, Lebanon. 
Albert S. Willis, Louisville. 

LOUISIANA. 

SENATORS. 

William Pitt Kellogg, New Orleans. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Randall Lee Gibson, New Orleans. 
E. John Ellis, New Orleans. 
Chester B. Darrall, Morgan City. 

MAINE. 



John S. Williams, Mount Sterling. 

John G. Carlisle, Covington. 
Joseph C. S. Blackburn, Versailles. 
Philip B. Thompson, jr., Harrodsburg. 
John D. White, Manchester. 
Elijah C. Phister, Maysville. 



Benjamin F. Jonas, New Orleans. 



Newton C. Blanchard, Shreveport. 

J. Floyd King, Vidalia. 

Edward W. Robertson, Baton Rouge. 



James G. Blaine," Augusta. 
William P. Frye, 8 Lewiston. 

Thomas B. Reed, 9 Portland. 
William P. Frye, 10 Lewiston. 
Nelson Dingley," jr., Lewiston. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Eugene Hale, Ellsworth. 



Stephen D. Lindsey, Norridgewock. 
George W. Ladd, Bangor. 
Thompson H. Murch, Rockland. 



'Died December 16, 1882. 

2 Elected to All vacancy caused by death of Godlove S. Orth, 
and took his seat January 17, 1883. 

3 Resigned March 7, 1881, to become Secretary of the Interior. 
* Appointed to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Samuel 

J. Kirkwood, and took his seat March 14, 1881 (special ses- 
sion of the Senate); subsequently elected. 

6 Served until March 3, 1883, succeeded by John C. Cook, 
who contested his election. 

6 Successfully contested election of Marsena E. Cutts, and 
took his seat March 3, 1883— closing day of the Congress. 



7 Resigned March 5, 1881 , to become Secretary of State. 

8 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of James G. 
Blaine, and took his seat March 18, 1881 (special session of the 
Senate). 

9 Election unsuccessfully contested by Samuel J. Anderson. 

10 Resigned March 17, 1881, having been elected Senator. 

1 1 Elected September 12, 1881, to fill vacancy caused by the 
resignation of William P. Frve, and took his seat December 
5, 1881. 



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299 



MARYLAND. 

SENATORS. 



James B. Groome. Elkton. 



Arthur I'm' Gorman, Laurel. 



REPRESEXTATIVES. 



Georee W. Covington, Snow Hill. 
J. Fred C. Talbott, Towsontown. 
Fetter S. Hoblitzell, Baltimore. 



Roberl M. McLane, Baltimore. 
Andrew G. Chapman, La Plata. 
Milton G. Urner, Frederick City. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 



Henrv L. Dawes, Pittsfield. 



SENATORS. 



.REPRESEXTATIVKS. 



William W. Crapo, New Bedford. 
Benjamin W. Harris, East Bridgewater. 
Ambrose A. Ranney, Boston. 
Leopold Morse, Boston. 
Selwyn Z. Bowman, Somerville. 
Eben F. Stone, Newburyport. 



George F. Hoar, Worcester. 



William A. Russell, Lawrence. 
John W. Candler, Brookline. 
William W. Rice, Worcester. 
Amasa Norcross, Fitchburg. 
George D. Robinson, Chicopee. 



MICHIGAN. 



SEXATORS. 



Thomas W. Ferrv, Grand Haven. 



Omar D. Conger, Port Huron. 



REPRESEXTATIVES. 



Henry W. Lord, Detroit. 
Edwin Willits, Monroe. 
Edward S. Lacey, Charlotte. 
Julius C. Burrows, Kalamazoo. 
George W. Webber, Ionia. 



Oliver L. Spaulding, St. Johns. 
John T. Rich, Elba. 
Roswell G. Hon', East Saginaw. 
Jay A. Hubbell, Houghton. 



MINNESOTA. 

SEXATORS. 



Samuel J. R. McMillan, St. Paul. 



Mark H. Dunnell, Owatonna 
Horace B. Strait, Shakopee. 



REPRESEXTATIVES. 



William Windom, 1 Winona. 
Alonzo J. Edgerton, 2 Kasson. 
William Windom, 3 Winona. 



Willliam D. Washburn, Minneapolis. 



MISSISSIPPI. 



Lucius Q. C. Lamar, Oxford. 



SEXATORS. 



James Z. George, Jackson. 



REPRESEXTATIVES. 



Henry L. Muldrow, Starkville. 
Van H. Manning, 4 Holly Springs. 
Hernando De Soto Money, Winona. 
Otho R. Singleton, Canton. 



Charles E. Hooker, Jackson. 
James R. Chalmers, 5 Vicksburg. 
John R. Lynch, 6 Natchez. 



1 Resigned March 4, 1S81, to become Secretary of the 
Treasury. 

3 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by resignation of William 
Windom, and took his seat March 17, 1881 (special session of 
tbe Senate). 

3 Elected to fill vacancy caused by his own resignation, and 
took his seat December 5, 1881. 



'Election unsuccessfully contested by George M.Buchanan. 

1 Served until April 29, 18S2; succeeded by John R. Lynch, 
who contested bis election. 

6 Successfully contested the election of James R. Chalmers, 
and took his seat April 29, 1882. 



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MISSOURI. 



SENATORS. 



Francis M. Cockrell, Warrensburg. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Martin L. Clardy, Farmington. 
Thomas Allen, 1 St. Louis. 
James H. McLean, 2 St. Louis. 
Richard G. Frost, 3 St. Louis. 
Gustavus Sessinghaus, 4 St. Louis. 
Lowndes H. Davis, Jackson. 
Richard P. Bland, Lebanon. 
Ira S. Hazeltine, Springfield. 



NEBRASKA. 



SENATORS. 



Alvin Saunders, Omaha. 



George G. Vest, Kansas City. 



Theron M. Rice, Booneville. 
Robert T. Van Horn, Kansas City. 
Nicholas Ford, Rochester. 
Joseph H. Burrows, Cainsville. 
John B. Clark, jr., Fayette. 
William H. Hatch, Hannibal. 
Aylett H. Buckner, Mexico. 



Charles H. Van Wyck, Nebraska City. 



REPRESENTATIVE. 5 

Edward K. Valentine, West Point. 
NEVADA. 



SENATORS. 



John P. Jones, Gold Hill. 



James G. Fair, Virginia City. 



REPRESENTATIVE. 

George W. Cassidy, Eureka. 
NEW HAMPSHIRE. 






SENATORS. 

Edward H. Rollins, Concord. Henry W. Blair, Plymouth. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Ossian Ray, Lancaster. 



Joshua G. Hall, Dover. 
James F. Briggs, Manchester. 



NEW JERSEY. 



SENATORS. 



John R. McPherson, Jersey City. 



George M. Robeson, Camden. 
J. Hart Brewer, Trenton. 
Miles Ross, New Brunswick. 
Henry S. Harris, Belvidere. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



NEW YORK. 



SENATORS. 

Roscoe Conkling, 6 Utica. 

Elbridge G. Lapham, 7 Canandaigua. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Perry Belmont. Babylon. 
William E. Robinson, Brooklyn. 
J. Hyatt Smith, Brooklyn. 
Archibald M. Bliss, Brooklyn. 
Benjamin Wood, New York. 



William J. Sewell, Camden. 



John Hill, Boonton. 

Phineas Jones, Newark. 

Augustus A. Hardenberg, Jersey City. 



Thomas C. Piatt, 6 Owego. 
Warner Miller, s Herkimer. 



Samuel S. Cox, New York. 
P. Henry Dugro, New York. 
Anson G. McCook, New York. 
John Hardy, 9 New York. 
Abram S. Hewitt, New York. 



•Died April 8, 1882. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Thomas Allen, 
and took his seat December 15. 1882. 

3 Served until March 2, 18S3; succeeded by Gustavus Ses- 
singhaus, who contested his election. 

'Successfully contested the election of Richard G. Frost, 
and took his seat March 2, 1883. 

b Thomas J. Majors, of Peru, presented credentials as a 
contingent (or additional) representative, but was not per- 
mitted to take a seat. 



6 Resigned May 16, 1881. 

t Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Roscoe 
Conkling, and took his seat October 11, 1881 (special session of 
the Senate). 

8 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Thomas C. 
riatt, and took his seat October 11, 1881 (special session of the 
Senate). 

9 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Fernando 
Wood before the beginning of the Congress, and took his 
seat December 5, 1881. 



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301 



Roswell P. Flower, New York. 
Waldo Hutchins, Kingsbridge. 
John H. Ketcham, Dover Plains. 
Lewis Beach, Cornwall. 
Thomas Cornell, Rondout. 
Michael N. Nolan, Albany. 
Walter A. Wood, Hoosick Falls. 
John Hammond, Crown Point. 
Abraham X. Parker, Potsdam. 
George West, Ballston Spa. 
Ferris Jacobs, jr., Delhi. 
Warner Miller, 1 Herkimer. 



Charles R. Skinner, 2 Watertown. 
Cyrus D. Prescott, Rome. 
Joseph H. Mason, Hamilton. 
Frank Hiscock, Syracuse. 
John II. Camp, Lyons. 
James W. Wadsworth, Livingstone. 
Jeremiah W. Dwight, Dryden. 
David P. Richardson, Angelica. 
John Van Voorhis, Rochester. 
Richard Crowley, Lockport. 
Jonathan Scoville, Buffalo. 
Henry Van Aernam, Franklinville. 



NORTH CAROLINA. 



SENATORS. 

Matt W. Ransom, Weldon. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Louis C. Latham, Greenville. 
Orlando Hubbs, Newbern. 
John W. Shackleford, 3 Jacksonville. 
William R. Cox, Raleigh. 

OHIO. 



Zebuloii B. Vance, Charlotte. 



Alfred M. Scales, Greensboro. 
Clement Dowd, Charlotte. 
Robert F. Armfield, Statesville. 
Robert B. Vance, Asheville. 



SENATORS. 



George H. Pendleton, Cincinnati. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Benjamin Butterworth, Cincinnati. 
Thomas L. Young, Cincinnati. 
Henry L. Morey, Hamilton. 
Emanuel Shultz, Dayton. 
Benjamin LeFevre, Sidney. 
James M. Ritchie, Toledo. 
John P. Leedom, West Union. 
Joseph W. Keifer, Springfield. 
James S. Robinson, Kenton. 
John B. Rice, Fremont. 
Henry S. Neal, Ironton. 



John Sherman, 4 Mansfield. 



George L. Converse, Columbus. 

Gibson Atherton, Newark. 

George W. Geddes, Mansfield. 

Rufus R. Dawes, Marietta. 

Jonathan T. L T pdegraff. 5 Mount Pleasant. 

Joseph D. Taylor, 6 Cambridge. 

William McKinley, jr., Canton. 

Addison S. McClure, Wooster. 

Ezra B. Taylor, Wan-en. 

Amos Townsend, Cleveland. 



OREGON. 



La Fayette Grover, Salem. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVE. 



James II . Slater, La Grande. 



Melvin C. George, Portland. 
PENNSYLVANIA. 



J. Donald Cameron, Harrisburg. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John I. Mitchell, Wellsboro. 



Henry H. Bingham, Philadelphia. 
Charles O'Neill, Philadelphia. 
Samuel J. Randall, Philadelphia. 
William D. Kelley, Philadelphia. 
Alfred C. Harmer, Philadelphia. 
William Ward, Chester. 
William Godshalk, New Britain. 
Daniel Ermentrout, Reading. 
A. Herr Smith, Lancaster. 
William Mutchler, Easton. 
Robert Klotz, Mauch Chunk. 
Joseph A. Scranton, Scranton. 
Charles N. Brumm, Minersville. 
Samuel F. Barr, Harrisburg. 



Cornelius C. Jadwin, Honesdale. 
Robert J. C. Walker, Williamsport. 
Jacob M. Campbell, Johnstown. 
Horatio G. Fisher, Huntingdon. 
Frank E. Beltzhoover, Carlisle. 
Andrew G. Curtin, Bellefonte. 
Morgan R. Wise, Waynesburg. 
Russell Errett, Pittsburgh. 
Thomas M. Bayne, Allegheny. 
William S. Shallenberger, Rochester. 
James Mosgrove, Kittanning. 
Samuel N. Miller, Mercer. 
Lewis F. Watson, Warren. 



1 Resigned , 1881, having been elected Senator. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Warner 
Miller, and took his seat December 5, 18S1. 

a Died January 18, 1883. 

■ Elected for the term commencing March 4, 1S81. James 



A. Garfield was elected but resigned December 23, 1880, hav- 
ing been elected President of the United States. 
6 Died November 30. 1882. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by the death of Jonathan 
T. UpdegraS, and took his seat January. 16, 1882. 



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RHODE ISLAND. 

SENATORS. 



Henry B. Anthony, Providence. 



Ambrose E. Burnside, 1 Providence. 
Nelson W. Aldrich,'- Providence. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Henry J. Spooner, Providence. 



Jonathan Chace, Providence. 



SOUTH CAROLINA. 

SENATORS. 



Matthew C. Butler, Edgefield. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

John S. Richardson, Sumter. 
Michael P. O'Connor, 3 Charleston. 
Samuel Dibble, 4 Orangeburg. 
Edmund W. M. Mackey, 5 Charleston. 



Wade Hampton, Charleston. 



D. Wyatt Aiken, Cokesbury. 
John H. Evins, Spartanburg. 
George D. Tillman, Edgefield. 
Robert Smalls, 7 Beaufort. 



Isham G. Harris, Memphis. 



TENNESSEE. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



Augustus II. Pettibone, Greenville. 
Leonidas C. Houk, Knoxville. 
George G. Dibrell, Sparta. 
Benton McMillin, Carthage. 
Richard Warner, Lewisburg. 



Samuel B. Maxey, Paris. 



TEXAS. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John H. Reagan, Palestine. 
David B. Culberson, Jefferson. 
Olin Wellborn, Dallas. 



VERMONT. 



SENATORS. 



Howell E. Jackson. Jackson. 



John F. House, Clarksville. 
Washington C. Whitthorne, Columbia. 
John D. C. Atkins, Paris. 
Charles B. Simonton, Covington. 
William R. Moore, Memphis. 



Richard Coke, Waco. 



Roger Q. Mills, Corsicana. 
George W. Jones, Bastrop. 
Columbus Upson, San Antonio. 



George F. Edmunds, Burlington. Justin S. Morrill, Strafford. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 



Charles H. Joyce, Rutland. 
James M. Tyler, Brattleboro. 



William W. Grout, Barton. 



VIRGINIA. 



John W. Johnston, Abingdon. 



George T. Garrison, Accomac. 
John F. Dezendorf, Norfolk. 
George D. Wise, Richmond. 
Joseph Jorgensen, Petersburg. 
George C. Cabell, s Danville. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William Mahone, Petersburg. 



John R. Tucker, Lexington. 
John Paul, Harrisonburg. 
John S. Barbour, 9 Alexandria. 
Abram Fulkerson, Bristol. 






i Died September 13, 1881. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Ambrose E. 
Burnside, and took his seat December 5, 1881. 

3 Died April 26, 1881, while a contest of his election wag 
pending, instituted by Edmund W. M. Mackey. 

* Elected to fill vacancy caused by the death of Michael P. 
O'Connor; took his seat December 5, 1881, and served until 
May 31, 1882; succeeded bv Edmund W. M. Mackey, who 
contested the election of Mr. O'Connor in the first instance 
and who continued the contest as against him. 



5 Successfully contested the election of Samuel Dibble, as 
the successor of the original contestee, Mr. 0'Connor,and took 
the seat May 31, 1882. 

e Served until July 19, 1882; succeeded by Robert Smalls, 
who contested his election. 

7 Successfully contested the election of George D. Tillman, 
and took his seat July 19, 1882. 

B Election unsuccessfully contested by John T. Stove]]. 

9 Election unsuccessfully contested by S. P. Bayley. 



FORTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. 303 

WEST VIRGINIA. 

SENATORS. 

Henry G. Davis, Piedmont. Johnson N. Camden, Parkersburg. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Benjamin Wilson, Clarksburg. John E. Kenna, Kanawha. 

John B. Hoge, Martinsburg. 

WISCONSIN. 

SENATORS. 

Angus Cameron, 1 La Crosse. Philetus Sawyer. Oshkosh. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Charles G. Williams, Janesville. Edward S. Bragg, Fond du lac. 

Lucien B. Caswell, Fort Atkinson. Richard Guenther, Oshkosh. 

George C. Hazelton, Boscobel. Herman L. Humphrey, Hudson. 

Peter V. Deuster, Milwaukee. Thaddeus C. Pound, Chippewa Falls. 

TERRITORY OF ARIZONA. 

DELEGATE. 

Granville H. Oury, Florence. 
TERRITORY OF DAKOTA. 

DELEGATE. 

Richard F. Pettigrew, Sioux Falls. 
TERRITORY OF IDAHO. 

DELEGATE. 

George Ainslie, Idaho City. 
TERRITORY OF MONTANA. 

DELEGATE. 

Martin Maginnis, Helena. 
TERRITORY OF NEW MEXICO 

DELEGATE. 

Tranquilino Luna, Los Lunas. 
TERRITORY OF UTAH. 

DELEGATE. 

John T. Caine, 2 Salt Lake City. 
TERRITORY OF WASHINGTON. 

DELEGATE. 

Thomas H. Brents, Walla Walla. 
TERRITORY OF WYOMING. 

DELEGATE. 

Morton E. Post, Cheyenne. 

i Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Matthew H. ants for this seat; by resolution of April 20, 1882, it was 

Carpenter in preceding Congress, and took his seat October 10, declared that neither was entitled to it and seat was declared 

1881. vacant; presented credentials under subsequent election, and 

s Allen G. Campbell and George Q. Cannon were contest- took his seat January 17, 1883. 



FORTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS. 



MARCH 4, 1883, TO MARCH 3, 1885. 



FIRST SESSION— December 3, 1883, to July 7, 1884. SECOND SESSION— December 1, 

1884, to March 3, 1885. 



VICE PRESIDENT, 1 



PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE PRO TEMPORE— George 



F. Edmunds, 2 of Vermont. SECRETARY OF THE SENATE— Anson G. McCook, 3 of New York. 

SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE— John G. Carlisle, of Kentucky. CLERK OF THE HOUSE- 
John B. Clark, jr., of Missouri. 



John T. Morgan, Selma. 



ALABAMA. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



Thomas H. Herndon, 4 Mobile. 
James T. Jones, 5 Demopolis. 
Hilary A. Herbert, Montgomery. 
William C. Oates, Abbeville. 
Charles M. Shelley, 6 Selma. 



ARKANSAS. 



James L. Pugh, Eufaula. 

George H. Craig, 7 Selma. 
Thomas Williams, Wetumpka. 
Goldsmith W. Hewitt, Birmingham. 
William H. Forney, Jacksonville. 
Luke Pryor, Athens. 



SENATORS. 

Augustus II . Garland, Little Rock. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Poindexter Dunn, Forest City. 
James K. Jones, Washington. 
John H. Rogers, Fort Smith. 

CALIFORNIA. 

SENATORS. 



James T. Farley, Jackson. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Charles A. Sumner, San Francisco. 
John R. Glascock, Oakland. 
William S. Rosecrans, San Francisco. 

COLORADO. 

SENATORS. 

Nathaniel P. Hill, Denver. 

REPRESENTATIVE . 

James B. Belford, Central 
CONNECTICUT. 



James D. Walker, Fayetteville. 



Samuel W. Peel, Bentonville. 
Clifton R. Breckinridge, Pine Bluff. 



John F. Miller, San Francisco. 



James H. Budd, Stockton. 
Barclay Henley, Santa Rosa. 
Pleasant B. Tulley, Gilroy. 



Thomas M. Bowen, Del Norte. 
City. 



Orville H. Piatt, West Meriden. 



SENATORS. 



William W. Eaton, Hartford. 

C. Le Moyne Mitchell, New Haven. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Joseph R. Hawley, Hartford. 

John T. Wait, Norwich. 
Edward W. Seymour, Litchfield. 



'Chester A. Arthur became President on the death of 
James A. Garfield in preceding Congress. 
■ Elected January 14, 1884. 
3 Elected December 18, 1883. 
(Died March 28, 1S83, before the convening of Congress. 

304 



B Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Thomas II. 
Herndon, and took his seat December 3, 1883. 

6 Served until January 9, 1S85; succeeded by George H. Craig, 
who contested his election. 

7 Successfully contested the election of Charles M. Shelley, 
and took his seat January 9, 1SS5; resigned March 3, 1885. 



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305 



DELAWARE. 

SENATORS. 

Thomas F. Bayard, Wilmington. Eli Saulsbury, Dover. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

Charles B. Lore, Wilmington. 
FLORIDA. 



SENATORS. 

Charles W. Jones, Pensacola. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Robert II. M. Davidson, Quincy. 

GEORGIA. 

SENATORS. 



Joseph E. Brown, Atlanta. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John C. Nicholls, Blackshear. 
Henry G. Turner, Quitman. 
Charles F. Crisp, Americus. 
Hugh Buchanan, Newnan. 
Nathaniel J. Hammond, Atlanta. 



John A. Logan, Chicago. 



ILLINOIS. 

SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Ransom W. Dunham, Chicago. 
John F. Finerty, Chicago. 
George R. Davis, Chicago. 
George E. Adams, Chicago. 
Reuben Ellwood, Sycamore. 
Robert R. Hitt, Mount Morris. 
Thomas J. Henderson, Princeton. 
William Cullen, Ottawa. 
Lewis E. Payson, Pontiac. 
Nicholas E. Worthington, Peoria. 



INDIANA. 



SENATORS. 



Daniel W. Voorhees, Terre Haute. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

John J. Kleiner, Evansville. 
Thomas R. Cobb, Vincennes. 
Strother M. Stockslager, Corydon. 
William S. Holman, Aurora. 
Courtland C. Matson, Greencastle. 
Thomas M. Browne, Winchester 
Stanton J. Peelle, 1 Indianapolis. 
William E. English, 2 Indianapolis. 



William B. Allison, Dubuque. 



IOWA. 

SENATORS. 



Moses A. McCoid, Fairfield. 

Jeremiah H. Murphy, Davenport. 

David B. Henderson, Dubuque. 

Luman H. Weller, Nashua. 

James Wilson, 5 Traer. 

Benjamin T. Frederick, 6 Marshalltown. 

John C. Cook, Newton. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Wilkinson Call, Jacksonville. 
Horatio Bisbee, jr., Jacksonville. 

Alfred H. Colquitt, Atlanta. 

James H. Blount, Macon. 
Judson C. Clements, La Fayette. 
Seaborn Reese, Sparta. 
Allen D. Candler, Gainesville. 
Thomas Hardeman, Macon. 

Shelby M. Cullom, Springfield. 

William H. Neece, Macomb. 
James M. Riggs, Winchester. 
William M. Springer, Springfield. 
Jonathan H. Rowell, Bloomington. 
Joseph G. Cannon, Danville. 
Aaron Shaw, Olney. 
Samuel W. Moulton, Shelbyville. 
William R. Morrison, Waterloo. 
Richard W. Townshend, Shawneetowa. 
John R. Thomas, Metropolis. 

Benjamin Harrison, Indianapolis. 

John E. Lamb, Terre Haute. 
Thomas B. Ward, La Fayette. 
Thomas J. Wood, Crown Point. 
George W. Steele, Marion. 
Robert Lowry, Fort Wayne. 
William II. Calkins, 3 Laporte. 
Benjamin F. Shivery, 4 North Bend. 

James F. Wilson, Fairfield. 

John A. Kasson, 7 Des Moines. 
Hiram Y. Smith, 8 Des Moines. 
William P. Hepburn, Clarinda. 
William H. M. Pusey, Council Bluffs. 
Adoniram J. Holmes, Boone. 
Isaac S. Struble, Le Mars. 



'Sared until May 22, 1884; succeeded by William E. Eng- 
lish, who contested his election. 

* S jccessfully contested the election of Stanton J. Teelle, and 
took his seat May 22, 1S84. 

1 Resigned October 20, 1884. 

* Elected to fill vacancy caused bv resignation of William H. 
Calkins, and took his seat December 1 , 1884. 

50346°— S. Doc. 654, 61-2 20 



'Served until March 3, 18S5 (closing day of the Congress); 
succeeded by Benjamin T. Frederick, who contested hiselection. 

'Successfully contested the election of James Wilson, and 
took his seat March 3, 1885. 

' Resigned July 13. 1884. 

8 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of John A. 
Kasson, and took his seat December 2, 1SS4. 



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John J. Ingalls, Atchison. 



KANSAS. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES . 



John A. Anderson, Manhattan. 
Dudley C. Haskell, 1 Topeka. 
Edward H. Funston, 2 Iola. 
Thomas Ryan, Topeka. 



James B. Beck, Lexington. 



KENTUCKY. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES . 



Oscar Turner, Oscar. 
James F. Clay, Henderson. 
John E. Halsell, Bowling Green. 
Thomas A. Robertson, Elizabeth town. 
Albert S. Willis, Louisville. 
John G. Carlisle, Covington. 



Preston B. Plumb, Emporia. 



Edmund N. Morrill, Hiawatha. 
Lewis Hanback, Osborne. 
Samuel R. Peters, 3 Newton. 
Bishop W. Perkins, Oswego. 



John S. Williams, Mount Sterling. 



Joseph C. S. Blackburn, Versailles. 
Philip B. Thompson, jr., Harrodsburg. 
William W. Culbertson, Ashland. 
John D. White, Manchester. 
Frank L. Wolford, Columbia. 



LOUISIANA. 



SENATORS. 



Benjamin F. Jonas, New Orleans. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Carleton Hunt, New Orleans. 
E. John Ellis, New Orleans. 
William Pitt Kellogg, New Orleans. 



Randall L. Gibson, New Orleans. 



Newton C. Blanchard, Shreveport. 
J. Floyd King, Vidalia. 
Edward T. Lewis/ Opelousas. 



Eugene Hale, Ellsworth. 

Thomas B. Reed, Portland. 
Nelson Dingley, jr., Lewiston. 



MAINE. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



William P. Frye, Lewiston. 



Charles A. Boutelle, Bangor. 
Seth L. Milliken, Belfast. 



James B. Groome, Elkton. 



MARYLAND. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



George W. Covington, Snow Hill. 
J. Fred C. Talbott, Towsontown. 
Fetter S. Hoblitzell, Baltimore. 



Arthur Pue Gorman, Laurel. 



John V. L. Findlay, Baltimore. 
Hart B. Holton, Powhatan. 
Louis E. McComas, Hagerstown. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 



Henry L. Dawes, Pittsfield. 



Robert T. Davis, Fall River. 
John D. Long, Hingham. 
Ambrose A. Ranney, Boston. 
Patrick A. Collins, Boston. 
Leopold Morse, Boston. 
Henry B. Lovering, Lynn. 
Eben F. Stone, Newburyport 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



George F. Hoar, Worcester. 



William A. Russell, Lawrence. 
Theodore Lyman, Brookline. 
William W. Rice, Worcester. 
William Whiting, Holyoke. 
George D. Robinson, 5 Chicopee. 
Francis W. Rockwell," Pittsfield. 



i Died December 16, 1S83. 

" Elected to fill vacancy caused bydeath of Dudley C. Haskell, 
and took his seat March 21, 1884. 

a Election unsuccessfully contested by Samuel N. Wood. 

i Took his seat March 4, 1883. Andrew S. Herron was 
elected but died before the commencement of the Congress. 



5 Resigned January 7, 1884. 

« Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of George D 
Robinson, and took his seat January 26, 1884. 



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MICHIGAN. 



307 



Omar D. Conger, Port Huron. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William C. Maybury, Detroit. 
Nathaniel B. Eldredge, Adrian. 
Edward S. Lacey, Charlotte. 
George L. Yaple. Mendon. 
Julius Houseman, Grand Rapids. 
Edwin B. Winans, Hamburg. 

MINNESOTA. 

SENATORS. 

Samuel J. R. McMillan, St. Paul. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Milo White, Chatfield. 

James B. Wakefield, Blue Earth City. 

Horace B. Strait, Shakopee. 

MISSISSIPPI. 



Lucius Q. C. Lamar, Oxford. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Henry L. Muldrow, Starkville. 
James R. Chalmers, 1 Sardis. 
Elza Jeffords, Mayersville. 
Hernando D. Money, Winona. 



MISSOURI. 

SENATORS. 



Francis M. Cockrell, Warrensburg. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

William H. Hatch, Hannibal. 
Armstead M. Alexander, Paris. 
Alexander M. Dockery, Gallatin. 
James X. Burnes, St. Joseph. 
Alexander Graves, Lexington. 
John Cosgrove, Boonville. 
Aylett H. Buckner, Mexico. 

NEBRASKA. 

SENATORS. 

Charles H. Van Wyck, Nebraska City. 



Archibald J. Weaver, Falls City. 
James Laird, Hastings. 



John P. Jones, Gold Hi 



REPRESENTATIVES. 

NEVADA. 

SENATORS. 



Thomas W. Palmer, Detroit. 



Ezra C. Carleton, Port Huron. 
Roswell G. Horr, East Saginaw. 
Byron M. Cutcheon, Manistee. 
Herschel H. Hatch, Bay City. 
Edward Breitung, Negaunee. 



Dwight M. Sabin, Stillwater. 



William D. Washburn, Minneapolis. 
Knute Nelson, Alexandria. 



James Z. George, Jackson. 



Oiho R. Singleton, Forest. 
Henry S. Van Eaton, Woodville. 
Ethelbert Barksdale, Jackson. 



George G. Vest, Kansas City. 



John J. O'Neill, St. Louis. 
James O. Broadhead, St. Louis. 
Martin L. Clardy, Farmington. 
Richard P. Bland, Lebanon. 
Charles H. Morgan, Lamar. 
Robert W. Fyan, Marshfield. 
Lowndes H. Davis, Jackson. 



Charles F. Manderson, Omaha. 
Edward K. Valentine, West Point. 

James G. Fair, Virginia City. 



REPRESENTATIVE. 

George W. Cassidy, Eureka. 
NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

SENATORS. 

Henry W. Blair, Manchester. Austin F. Pike, Franklin. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Martin A. Haynes, Lake Village. Ossian Ray, Lancaster. 



1 Successfully contested the election of Van H. Manning, and took his seat June 25, 1884; pending the determination of the 
contest the seat was vacant. 



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NEW JERSEY. 

SENATORS. 

John R. McPherson, Jersey City. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Thomas M. Ferrell, Glassboro. 
J. Hart Brewer, Trenton. 
John Kean, jr., Elizabeth. 
Benjamin F. Howey, Columbia. 

NEW YORK. 



William J. Sewell, Camden. 



William W. Phelps, Teaneck, Engle- 

wood. 
William H. F. Fiedler, Newark. 
William MeAdoo, Jersey City. 



Warner Miller, Herkimer. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Perry Belmont, Babylon. 
William E. Robinson, Brooklyn. 
Darwin R. James, Brooklyn. 
Felix Campbell, Brooklyn. 
Nicholas Muller, New York. 
Samuel S. Cox, New York. 
William Dorsheimer, New York. 
John J. Adams, New York. 
John Hardy, New York. 
Abram S. Hewitt, New York. 
Orlando B. Potter, New York. 
Waldo Hutchins, Kingsbridge. 
John H. Ketcham, Dover Plains. 
Lewis Beach, Cornwall. 
John H. Bagley, jr., Catskill. 
Thomas J. Van Alstyne, Albany. 
Henry G. Burleigh, Whitehall. 



Elbridge G. Lapham, Canandaigua. 

Frederick A. Johnson, Glens Falls. 
Abraham X. Parker, Potsdam. 
Edward Wemple, Fultonville. 
George W. Ray, Chenango. 
Charles R. Skinner, Watertown. 
John T. Spriggs, Utica. 
Newton W. Nutting, Oswego. 
Frank Hiscock, Syracuse. 
Sereno E. Payne, Auburn. 
James W. Wadsworth, Geneseo. 
Stephen C. Millard, Binghamton. 
John Arnot, jr., Elmira. 
Halbert S. Greenleaf, Rochester. 
Robert S. Stevens, Attica. 
William F. Rogers, Buffalo. 
Francis B. Brewer, Westfield. 
H. Warner Slocum, Brooklyn. 



NORTH CAROLINA. 



Matt W. Ransom, Weldon. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Walter R. Poole, 1 
Thomas G. Skinner, 2 Hertford. 
James E. O'Hara, Enfield. 
Wharton J. Green, Fayetteville. 
William R. Cox, Raleigh. 
Alfred M. Scales, 3 Greensboro. 



Zebulon B. Vance, Charlotte. 

James W. Reid, 4 Wentworth. 
Clement Dowd, Charlotte. 
Tyre York, Trap Hill. 
Robert B. Vance, Asheville. 
Risden T. Bennett, Wadesboro. 



OHIO. 



SENATORS. 



Gfiorge H. Pendleton, Cincinnati. 



John F. Follett, Cincinnati. 
Isaac M. Jordan, Cincinnati. 
Robert M. Murray, Piqua. 
Benjamin LeFevre, Maplewood. 
George E. Seney, Tiffin. 
William D. Hill, Defiance. 
Henry L. Morey, 5 Hamilton. 
James E. Campbell, 6 Hamilton. 
Joseph W. Keifer, Springfield. 
James S. Robinson, 7 Kenton. 
Frank H. Hurd, Toledo. 
John W. McCormick, Gallipolis. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John Sherman, Mansfield. 

Alphonso Hart, Hillsboro. 
George L. Converse, Columbus. 
George W. Geddes, Mansfield. 
Adoniram J. Warner, Marietta. 
Beriah Wilkins, Urichsville. 
Joseph D. Taylor, Cambridge. 
William McKinley, jr., 8 Canton. 
Jonathan H. Wallace, 9 New Lisbon. 
Ezra B. Taylor, Warren. 
David R. Paige, Akron. 
Martin A. Foran, Cleveland. 



OREGON. 



James H. Slater, La Grande. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIV 



E. 



Joseph N. Dolph, Portland, 



i Died August 25, 1S83, before the assembling of Congress. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Walter E. Poole, 
and took his seat December 19, 1S83. 

a Resigned December 30, 1884, to become Governor. 

« Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Alfred M. 
Scales, and took his seat Januarv 2S, 1885. 

•- Served until June 20, 1884; succeeded by James E. Camp- 
bell, who contested his election. 



< Successfully contested the election of Henry L. Morey, and 
took his seat June 20, 1884. 

7 Resigned January 12, 1885. 

8 Served until May 27, 1884; succeeded by Jonathan H. Wal- 
lace, who contested his election. 

» Successfully contested the election of William McKinley, jr.. 
and took his seat May 27, 1884. 



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PENNSYLVANIA. 



SENATORS. 



J. Donald Cameron, Harrisburg. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Henry H. Bingham, Philadelphia. 
Charles O'Neill, Philadelphia. 
Samuel J. Randall, Philadelphia. 
William D. Kelley, Philadelphia. 
Alfred C. Harmer, Philadelphia. 
James B. Everhart, West Chester. 
I. Newton Evans, Hatboro. 
Daniel Ermentrout, Reading. 
A. Herr Smith, Lancaster. 
William Mutchler, Easton. 
John B. Storm, Stroudsburg. 
Daniel W. Connolly, Scranton. 
Charles N. Brumm, Minersville. 
Samuel F. Barr, Harrisburg. 
George A. Post, Susquehanna. 



John I. Mitchell, Wellsboro. 



William W. Brown, Bradford. 
Jacob M. Campbell, Johnstown. 
Louis E. Atkinson, Mifflintown. 
William A. Duncan, 1 Gettysburg. 
John A. Swope, 2 Gettysburg. 
Andrew G. Curtin, Bellefonte. 
Charles E. Boyle, Uniontown. 
Jamea H. Hopkins, Pittsburgh. 
Thomas M. Bayne, Allegheny. 
George V. Lawrence, Monongahela. 
John D. Patten, Indiana. 
Samuel H. Miller, Mercer. 
Samuel M. Brainerd, Erie. 
Mortimer F. Elliott, Wellsboro. 



RHODE ISLAND. 



Nelson W. Aldrich, Providence. 



SENATORS. 

Henry B. Anthony, 3 Providence. 
William P. Sheffield, 4 Newport. 
Jonathan Chace, 5 Providence. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Henry J. Spooner, Providence. Jonathan Chace, Providence. 

Nathan F. Dixon, 7 Westerly. 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 



SENATORS. 



Matthew C. Butler, Edgefield. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Samuel Dibble, Orangeburg. 
George D. Tillman, Clarks Hill. 
D. Wyatt Aiken, Cokesbury. 
John H. Evins, 8 Spartanburg. 
John Bratton, 9 White Oak. 



Isham G. Harris, Memphis. 



TENNESSEE. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Augustus H. Pettibone, Greeneville. 
Leonidas C. Houk, Knoxville. 
George G. Dibrell, Sparta. 
Benton McMillin, Carthage. 
Richard Warner, Lewisburg. 



Wade Hampton, Charleston. 

John J.Hemphill, Chester. 
George W. Dargan, Darlington. 
Edmund W. M. Mackey, 10 

Pleasant. 
Robert Smalls," Beaufort. 



Howell E. Jackson, Nashville. 



Andrew J. Caldwell, Nashville. 
John G. Ballentine, Pulaski. 
John M. Taylor, Lexington. 
Rice A. Pierce, Union City. 
Casey Young, Memphis. 



Mount 



TEXAS. 



SENATORS. 

Samuel B. Maxey, Paris. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Charles Stewart, Houston. 
John H. Reagan, Palestine. 
James H. Jones, Henderson. 
David B. Culberson, Jefferson. 
James W. Throckmorton, McKinney. 
Olin Wellborn, Dallas. 



Richard Coke, Waco. 

Thomas P. Ochiltree, Galveston. 

James F. Miller, Gonzales. 

Roger 0- Mills, Corsicana. 

John Hancock, Austin. 

Samuel W. T. Lanham, Weatherford. 



i Died November 14, 1884. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused hy death of William A. Dun- 
can, and took his seat January 5, 1885. 

3 Died September 2, 1884. 

4 Appointed to fill vacancy can se. I I « > <li ith of Henry B. An- 
thony, and took his seat December 2, 1884. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Henry B. An- 
thony, and took his seat January 26, 1885. 
•Resigned January 26, 1885, having been elected Senator. 



7 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Jonathan 
("liarc, elected Seisin] . : t m i tuuk liis seal February L2.18S5 

s Died October 20, 1884. 

i Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of John H. Evins, 
and took his seat December 8, 188 I 

io Died January 27, 1884. 

11 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Edmund W. M. 
Mackey, and took his seat March 31*. 1884. 



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VERMONT. 



SENATORS. 

George F. Edmunds, Burlington. 

REPRESENTATIVES . 

John W. Stewart, Middlebury. 

VIRGINIA. 



SENATORS. 



William Mahone, Petersburg. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Robert M. Mayo, 1 Hague. 
George T. Garrison, 2 Accomac. 
Harry Libbey, Old Point Comfort. 
George D. Wise, Richmond. 
Benjamin S. Hooper, Farmville. 
George C. Cabell, Danville. 



Justin S. Morrill. Strafford. 



Luke P. Poland, St. Johnsbury. 



Harrison H. Riddleberger, Woodstock. 



John R. Tucker, Lexington. 
John Paul, 3 Harrisonburg. 
Charles T. O'Ferrall, 4 Harrisonburg. 
John S. Barbour, Alexandria. 
Henry Bowen, Tazewell. 
John S. Wise, Richmond 



WEST VIRGINIA. 

SENATORS. 

Johnson N. Camden, Parkersburg. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Nathan Goff, jr., Clarksburg. 
William L. Wilson, Charlestown. 



John E. Kenna, Kanawha. 



Charles P. Snyder, Charleston. 
Eustace Gibson, Huntington. 



Angus Cameron, La Crosse. 



WISCONSIN. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John Winans, Janesville. 
Daniel H. Sumner, Waukesha. 
Burr W. Jones, Madison. 
Peter V. Deuster, Milwaukee. 
Joseph Rankin, Manitowoc. 



Philetus Sawyer, Oshkosh. 



Richard Guenther, Oshkosh. 
Gilbert M. Woodward, La Crosse. 
William T. Price, Black River Falls. 
Isaac Stephenson, Marinette. 



TERRITORY OF ARIZONA. 

DELEGATE. 

Granville H. Oury, Florence. 
TERRITORY OF DAKOTA. 

DELEGATE. 

John B. Raymond, Fargo. 
TERRITORY OF IDAHO. 

DELEGATE. 

Theodore F. Singiser, Boise City. 
TERRITORY OF MONTANA. 

DELEGATE. 

Martin Maginnis, 6 Helena. 



• Served until March 20, 1884; succeeded by George T. Gar- 
rison, who contested his election. 

2 Successfully contested the election of Robert M. Mayo, 
and took his seat March 20, 1884. 

s Served until May 5, 1884; succeeded by Charles T. O'Fer- 
lall, who contested his election. 



* Successfully contested the election of John Paul, and took 
his seat. May 5, 18S4. 
& Election unsuccessfully contested by A. C. Bottln. 



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TERRITORY OF NEW MEXICO. 

DELEGATES. 

Tranquilino Luna, 1 Las Lunas. Francisco A. Manzanares, 2 Las Vegas. 

TERRITORY OF UTAH. 

DELEGATE. 

John T. Caine, Salt Lake City. 
TERRITORY OF WASHINGTON. 

DELEGATE. 

Thomas H. Brents, Walla Walla. 
TERRITORY OF WYOMING. 

DELEGATE. 

Morton E. Post, Cheyenne. 

'Served until March 5, 18S4; succeeded by Francisco A. 2 Successfully contested the election of Tranquilino Luna 

Manzanares, who contested his election. and took his seat March 5, 1884. 



FORTY-NINTH CONGRESS. 



MARCH 4, 1885, TO MARCH 3, 1887. 



FIRST SESSION— December 7, 1885, to August 5, 1886. SECOND SESSION— December 
6, 1886, to March 3, 1887. SPECIAL SESSION OF SENATE— March 4, 1S85, to April 

2, 1885. 



VICE PRESIDENT— Thomas A. Hendricks, 1 of Indiana. PRESIDENTS OF THE SENATE 
PRO TEMPORE— John Sherman, 2 of Ohio; John J. Ingalls, 3 of Kansas. SECRETARY OF THE 
SENATE — Anson G. McCook, of New York. 

SPEAEER OF THE HOUSE— John G. Carlisle, of Kentucky. CLERK OF THE HOUSE— 
John B. Clark, jr., of Missouri. 



John T. Morgan, Selma. 



ALABAMA. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



James T. Jones, Demopolis. 
Hilary A. Herbert, Montgomery. 
William C. Oates, Abbeville. 
Alexander C. Davidson, Uniontown. 



James L. Pugh, Eufaula. 

Thomas W. Sadler, Prattville. 
John M. Martin, Birmingham. 
William H. Forney, Jacksonville. 
Joseph Wheeler, Wheeler. 



ARKANSAS. 



SENATORS. 



Augustus H. Garland, 4 Little Rock. 
James H. Berry, 5 Bentonville. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Poindexter Dunn, Forest City. 
Clifton R. Breckinridge, Pine Bluff. 
Thomas C. McRae, Prescott. 

CALIFORNIA. 



James K. Jones, Washington. 



John H. Rogers, Fort Smith. 
Samuel W. Peel, Bentonville. 



John F. Miller, San Francisco. 
George Hearst, 7 San Francisco. 
Abrarn P. Williams, 15 San Francisco. 



SENATORS. 



Barclay Henley, Santa Rosa. 
J. A. Loutt.it, Stockton. 
Joseph McKenna, Suisun. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



COLORADO. 



Leland Stanford, San Francisco. 



William W. Morrow, San Francisco. 
Charles N. Felton, San Francisco. 
Henry H. Markham, Pasadena. 



SENATORS. 

Thomas M. Bowen, Del Norte. Henry M. Teller, Central City. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

George G. Symes, Denver. 



iDied November 25, 1885. 

2 Elected December 7, 1885; resigned February 22, 1S87. 

3 Elected February 25, 18S7. 

' Resigned March 6, 18S5, to become Attorney General. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Augustus 
H. Garland, and took his seat March 25, 1885 (special session 
of the Senate). 

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" Died March 8, 1SS6. 

' Appointed to fill vacancy caused by death of John F. Miller, 
and took his seat April 9, 1886. 

8 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of John F. Miller, 
and took his seat December (i, 1886. 



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313 



Orville H. Piatt, Meriden. 



CONNECTICUT. 



•SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John R. Buck. Hartford. 

C. Le Moyne Mitchell, New Haven. 



DELAWARE. 



SENATORS. 



Thomas F. Bayard, 1 Wilminj 
George Gray,- New Castle. 



ton . 



Joseph R. Hawley, Hartford. 

John T. Wait, Norwich. 
Edward W. Seymour, Litchfield. 



Eli Saulsbury, Dover. 



REPRESENTATIVE. 

Charles B. Lore, Wilmington. 
FLORIDA. 

SENATORS. 

Charles W. Jones, Pensacola. Wilkinson Call, Jacksonville. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Robert H. M. Davidson, Quincy. Charles Dougherty, Port Orange. 

GEORGIA. 



Joseph E. Brown, Atlanta. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Thomas M. Norwood. Savannah. 
Henry G. Turner, Quitman. 
Charles F. Crisp, Americus. 
Henry R. Harris, Greenville. 
Nathaniel J. Hammond, Atlanta. 



John A. Logan, 3 Chicago. 
Charles B. Farwell, 4 Chicago. 



ILLINOIS. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Ransom W. Dunham, Chicago. 
Frank Lawler, Chicago. 
James H. Ward, Chicago. 
George E. Adams, Chicago. 
Reuben Ellwood, 5 Sycamore. 
Albert J. Hopkins, 6 Aurora. 
Robert R. Hitt, Mount Morris. 
Thomas J. Henderson, Princeton. 
Ralph Plumb, Streator. 
Lewis E. Payson, Pontiac. 
Nicholas E. Worthington, Peoria. 



Alfred H. Colquitt, Atlanta. 



James H. Blount, Macon. 
Judson C. Clements, La Fayette. 
Seaborn Reese. Sparta. 
Allen D. Candler, Gainesville. 
George T. Barnes, Augusta. 



Shelby M. Cullom, Springfield. 



William H. Neece, Macomb. 
James M. Riggs, Winchester. 
William M. Springer, Springfield. 
Jonathan H. Rowell, Bloomington. 
Joseph G. Cannon, Danville. 
Silas Z. Landes, Mount Carmel. 
John R. Eden, Sullivan. 
William R. Morrison, Waterloo. 
Richard W. Townshend, Shawneetown. 
John R. Thomas, Metropolis. 



INDIANA. 



SENATORS. 



Daniel W. Voorhees, Terre Haute. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John J. Kleiner, Evansville. 
Thomas R. Cobb, Vincennes. 
Jonas G. Howard, Jeffersonville. 
William S. Holman, Aurora. 
Courtland C. Matson, Greencastle. 
Thomas M. Browne, Winchester. 
William D. Bynum, Indianapolis. 



Benjamin Harrison, Indianapolis. 

James T. Johnston, Rockville. 
Thomas B. Ward, La Fayette. 
William D. Owen, Logansport. 
George W. Steele, 7 Marion. 
Robert Lowry, Fort Wayne. 
George Ford, South Bend. 



1 Resigned March 6, 18S5, to become Secretary of State. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Thomas F. 
Bayard, and took his seat March 19, 18S5 (special session of 
the Senate). 

3 Died December 2(i, 1886. 

4 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of John A. Logan, 
and took his seat January 2.5, 1887. 



6 Died July 1, 1SS.5, before the convening of the Congress. 
6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Reuben Ell- 
wood, and took his seat December 7, 1885. 
1 Election unsuccessfully contested by Meredith H. Kidd. 



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CONGRESSIONAL, DIEECTOEY. 



IOWA. 



William B. Allison, Dubuque. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Benton J. Hall, Burlington. 
Jeremiah H. Murphy, Davenport. 
David B. Henderson, Dubuque. 
William E. Fuller, West Union. 
Benjamin T. Frederick, Marshall town. 
James B. Weaver, 1 Bloomfield. 

KANSAS. 



James F. Wilson, Fairfield. 

Edwin H. Conger, Des Moines. 
William P. Hepburn, Clarinda. 
Joseph Lyman, Council Bluffs. 
Adoniram J. Holmes, Boone. 
Isaac S. Struble, Le Mars. 



John J. Ingalls, Atchison. 

Edmund N . Morrill, Hiawatha. 
Edward H. Funston, Iola. 
Bishop W. Perkins, Oswego. 
Thomas Ryan, Topeka. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES . 



KENTUCKY. 



Preston B. Plumb, Emporia. 

John A. Anderson, Manhattan. 
Lewis Hanback, Osborne. 
Samuel R. Peters, Newton. 



James B. Beck, Lexington. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William J. Stone, Kuttawa. 
Polk Laffoon, Madison ville. 
John E. Halsell, Bowling Green. 
Thomas A. Robertson, Elizabethtown. 
Albert S. Willis, Louisville. 
John G. Carlisle, Covington. 

LOUISIANA. 



Joseph C. S. Blackburn, Versailles. 

William C. P. Breckinridge, Lexington. 
James B. McCreary, Richmond. 
William H. Wadsworth, Maysville. 
William P. Taulbee, Saylersville. 
Frank L. Wolford, Columbia. 



SENATORS. 

Randall L. Gibson, New Orleans. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Louis St. Martin, New Orleans. 
Michael Hahn, 2 New Orleans. 
Nathaniel D. Wallace, 3 New Orleans. 
Edward J. Gay, Plaquemine. 



Eugene Hale, Ellsworth. 

Thomas B. Reed, Portland. 
Nelson Dingley, jr., Lewiston. 



MAINE. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES . 

MARYLAND. 



James B. Eustis, New Orleans. 



Newton C. Blanchard, Shreveport. 
J. Floyd King, Vidalia. 
Alfred B. Irion, Marksville. 



William P. Frye, Lewiston. 

Seth L. Milliken, Belfast. 
Charles A. Boutelle, Bangor. 



Arthur Pue Gorman, Laurel. 

Charles H. Gibson, Easton. 
Frank T. Shaw, Westminster. 
William H. Cole, 4 Baltimore. 
Henry W. Rusk, 5 Baltimore. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Ephraim K. Wilson, Snow Hill. 

John V. L. Findlay, Baltimore. 
Barnes Compton, Laurel. 
Louis E. McComas, Hagerstown. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 



Henry L. Dawes, Pittsfield. 

Robert T. Davis, Fall River. 
John D. Long, Hingham. 
Ambrose A. Ranney, Boston. 
Patrick A. Collins, Boston. 
Edward D. Hayden, Woburn. 
Henry B. Lovering, Lynn. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



1 Election unsuccessfully contested by Frank G. Campbel. 

2 Died March 15, 1886. 

» Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Michael Hahn, 
and took his seat December 9, 1886. 



George F. Hoar, Worcester. 

Eben F. Stone, Newburyport. 
Charles H. Allen, Lowell. 
Frederick D. Ely, Dedham. 
William W. Rice, Worcester. 
William Whiting, Holyoke. 
Francis W. Rockwell, Pittsfield. 



' Died July 8, 188C. 

» Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of William H. Cole, 
and took his seat December 6, 1S86. 



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Omar D. Conger, Port Huron. 



MICHIGAN. 

SENATORS. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 



William C. Maybury, Detroit. 
Nathaniel B. Eldredge, Adrian. 
James O'Donnell, Jackson. 
Julius C. Burrows, Kalamazoo. 
Charles C. Comstock, Grand Rapids. 
Edwin B. Winans, Hamburg. 

MINNESOTA. 

SENATORS. 

Samuel J. R. McMillan, St. Paul. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Milo White, Chatfield. 

James B. Wakefield, Blue Earth City. 

Horace B. Strait, Shakopee. 

MISSISSIPPI. 



James Z. George, Jackson. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John M. Allen, Tupelo. 
James B. Morgan, Hernando. 
Thomas C. Catchings, Vicksburg. 
F. G. Barry, West Point. 

MISSOURI. 

SENATORS. 

Francis M. Cockrell, Warrensburg. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

William H. Hatch, Hannibal. 
John B. Hale, Carrollton. 
Alexander M. Dockery, Gallatin. 
James N. Burnes, St. Joseph. 
William Warner, Kansas City. 
John T. Heard, Sedalia. 
John E. Hutton, Mexico. 

NEBRASKA. 

SENATORS. 

Charles H. Van Wyck, Nebraska City. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Archibald J. Weaver, Falls City. 
James Laird, Hastings. 

NEVADA. 

SENATORS. 



Jonn P. Jones, Gold Hill. 



Thomas W. Palmer, Detroit. 



Ezra C. Carleton, Port Huron. 
Timothy E. Tarsney, East Saginaw. 
Byron M. Cutoheon, Manistee. 
Spencer O. Fisher, West Bay City. 
Seth C. Moffatt, Traverse City. 



D wight M. Sab in, Stillwater. 



John B. Gilfillan, Minneapolis. 
Knute Nelson, Alexandria. 



Lucius Q. C. Lamar, 1 Oxford. 
Edward C. Walthall, 2 Grenada. 



Otho R. Singleton, Forest. 
Henry S. Van Eaton, Woodville. 
Ethelbert Barksdale, Jackson. 



George G. Vest, Kansas City. 



John J. O'Neill, St. Louis. 
John M. Glover, St. Louis. 
Martin L. Clardy, Farmington. 
Rirhard P. Bland, Lebanon. 
William J. Stone, Nevada. 
William H. Wade, Springfield. 
William Dawson, New Madrid. 



Charles F. Manderson, Omaha. 
George W. E. Dorsey, Fremont. 

James G. Fair, Virginia City. 



REPRESENTATIVE. 

William Woodburn, Virginia City. 
NEW HAMPSHIRE. 



Henry W. Blair, Manchester. 



SENATORS. 

Austin F. Pike, 3 Franklin. 
Person C. Cheney, 4 Manchester. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Martin A. Haynes, Lake Village. Jacob H. Gallinger, Concord. 

i Resigned March 6, 1885. 3 Died October 8, 1886. 

2 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Lucius « Appointed to fill vacancy caused by death of Austin t. 

Q. C. Lamar, and took his seat March 12, 1885 (in special ses- Pike, and took his seat December 7, 1886. 
sion of the Senate). 



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NEW JERSEY. 



John R. McPherson, Jersey City. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



George Hires, Salem. 
James Buchanan, Trenton. 
Robert S. Green, 1 Elizabeth. 
James N. Pidcock, White House. 



NEW YORK. 



SENATORS. 



Warner Miller, Herkimer. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Perry Belmont, Babylon. 
Felix Campbell, Brooklyn. 
Darwin R. James, Brooklyn. 
Peter P. Mahoney, Brooklyn. 
Archibald M. Bliss, Brooklyn. 
Nicholas Muller, New York. 
John J. Adams, New York. 
Timothy J. Campbell, New York. 
Joseph Pulitzer, New York. 
Samuel S. Cox, 3 New York. 
Abraham S. Hewitt, 4 New York. 
Truman A. Merriman, New York. 
Abram Dowdney, 5 New York. 
Egbert L. Viele, New York. ' 
William G. Stahlnecker, Yonkers. 
Lewis Beach, 6 Cornwall. 
Henry Bacon, 7 Goshen. 
John H, Ketcham, Dover Plains. 



William J. Sewell, Camden. 

William W. Phelps, Teaneck, Engle- 

wood. 
Herman Lehlbach, Newark. , 
William McAdoo, Jersey City. 



William M. Evarts, New York City. 

James G. Lindsley, Rondout. 
Henry G. Burleigh, Whitehall. 
John Swinburne, Albany. 
George West, Ballston Spa. 
Frederick A. Johnson, Glens Falls. 
Abraham X. Parker, Potsdam. 
John T. Spriggs, Utica. 
John S. Pindar, Cobleskill. 
Frank Hiscock, Syracuse. 
Stephen C. Millard, Binghamton. 
Sereno E. Payne, Auburn. 
John Arnot, jr., 8 Elmira. 
Ira Davenport, Bath. 
Charles S. Baker, Rochester. 
John G. Sawyer, Albion. 
John M. Farquhar, Buffalo. 
John B. Weber, Buffalo. 
Walter L. Sessions, Jamestown. 



NORTH CAROLINA. 



Matt W. Ransom, Wei don. 

Thomas G. Skinner, Hertford. 
James E. O'Hara, Enfield. 
Wharton J. Green, Fayetteville. 
William R. Cox, Raleigh. 
James W. Reid, 9 Wentworth. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Zebulon B. Vance, Charlotte. 

Risden T. Bennett, Wadesboro. 
John S. Henderson, Salisbury. 
William H. H. Cowles, Wilkesboro. 
Thomas D. Johnston, Asheville. 



OHIO. 



John Sherman, Mansfield. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATl VES. 



Benjamin Butterworth, Cincinnati. 

Charles E. Brown, Cincinnati. 

James E. Campbell, Hamilton. 

Charles M. Anderson, Greenville. 

Benjamin LeFevre, Maplewood. 

William D. Hill, Defiance. 

George E. Seney, Tiffin. 

John Little, Xenia. 

William C. Cooper, Mount Vernon. 

Jacob Romeis, 1 " Toledo. 

William W. Ellsberry, Georgetown. 



Henry B. Payne, Cleveland. 

Albert C. Thompson, Portsmouth. 
Joseph H. Outhwaite, Columbus. 
Charles H. Grosvenor, Athens. 
Beriah Wilkins, Uhrichsville. 
George W. Geddes, Mansfield. 
Adoniram J. Warner, Marietta. 
Isaac H. Taylor, Carrollton. 
Ezra B. Taylor, Warren. 
William McKinley, Canton. 
Martin A. Foran, Cleveland. 



OREGON. 



Joseph N. Dolph, Portland. 



SENATORS. 



John H. Mitchell, Portland. 



REPRESENTATIVE. 

Binger Hermann. Roseburg. 



i Resigned January 17, 1887. 

2 Resigned April 10, 1886. 

3 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Joseph Pu- 
litzer, and took his seat December 6, 1886. 

< Resigned December 30, 1886. 

' Died December 10, 1886; seat vacant for remainder of the 
Congress. 



• Died August 10, 1886. 

7 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Lewis Beach , and 
took his seat December 6, 1886. 

*Died November 20, 1SS6; seat vacant for remainder of the 
Congress. 

9 Resigned December 31 , 1S86. 

10 Election unsuccessfully contested by Frank H. Hurd. 



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PENNSYLVANIA. 



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SENATORS. 



J. Donald Cameron. Harrisburg. 



REPRESENT TIVES. 



Henry H. Bingham, Philadelphia. 
Charles O'Neill, Philadelphia. 
Samuel J. Randall, Philadelphia. 
William D. Kelley, Philadelphia. 
Alfred C. Harmer, Philadelphia. 
James B. Everhart, West Chester. 
I. Newton Evans, Hatboro. 
Daniel Ermentrout, Reading. 
John A. Hiestand, Lancaster. 
William H. Sowden, Allentown. 
John B. Storm, Stroudsburg. 
Joseph A. Scranton, Scranton. 
Charles N. Brunim, Minersville. 
Franklin Bound, Milton. 



John I. Mitchell, Wellsboro. 



Frank C. Bunnell, Tunkhannock. 
William W. Brown, Bradford. 
Jacob M. Campbell, Johnstown. 
Louis E. Atkinson, Miftlintown. 
John A. Swope, Gettysburg. 
Andrew G. Curtin, Bellefonte. 
Charles E. Boyle, Uniontown. 
James S. Negley, Pittsburgh. 
Thomas M. Bayne, Allegheny. 
Oscar L. Jackson, New Castle. 
Alexander C. White, Brookville. 
George W. Fleeger, Butler. 
William L. Scott, Erie. 
Edwin S. Osborne, Wilkes-Barre. 



RHODE ISLAND. 

SENATORS. 

Nelson W. Aldrich, Providence. Jonathan Chace, Providence. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Henry J. Spooner, Providence. William A. Pirce, 1 Olneyville. 

Charles H. Page, 2 Scituate. 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 

SENATORS. 

Matthew C. Butler, Edgefield. Wade Hampton, Charleston. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 



Samuel Dibble, Orangeburg. 
George D. Tillman, Clarks Hill. 
D. Wyatt Aiken, Cokesbury. 
William H. Perry, Greenville. 



John J. Hemphill, Chester. 
George W. Dargan, Darlington. 
Robert Smalls, Beaufort. 



TENNESSEE. 



Isham G. Harris, Memphis. 



SENATORS. 



Howell E. Jackson, 3 Nashville. 
Washington C. Whitthorne, 4 Columbia. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Augustus H. Pettibone, Greenville. 
Leonidas C. Houk, Knoxville. 
John R. Neal, Rhea Springs. 
Benton McMillin, Carthage. 
James D. Richardson, Murfreesboro. 



TEXAS. 



Andrew J. Caldwell, Nashville. 
John G. Ballentine, Pulaski. 
John M. Taylor, Lexington. 
Presley T. Glass, Ripley. 
Zachary Taylor, Covington. 



Samuel B. Maxev, Paris. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Charles Stewart, Houston. 
John H. Reagan, Palestine. 
James H. Jones, Henderson. 
David B. Culberson, Jefferson. 
James W. Throckmorton, McKinney. 
Olin Wellborn. Dallas. 



Richard Coke, Waco. 



William H. Crain, Cuero. 

James F. Miller, Gonzales. 

Roger Q. Mills, Corsicana. 

Joseph D. Sayers, Bastrop. 

Samuel W. T. Lanham, Weatherford. 



'Served until January 25, 1887, when seat was declared 
vacant. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by declaring the seat of Wil- 
liam A. Pirce vacant, and took his seat February 25, 1887. 



'Resigned April 14, 1S86, to become United States Circuit 
Judge, Sixth Circuit. 

4 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Howell E. 
Jackson, and took his seat February 3, 1887. 



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VERMONT. 



SENATORS. 

George F. Edmunds, Burlington. Justin S. Morrill, Strafford. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

John W. Stewart, Middlebury. William W. Grout, Barton. 

VIRGINIA. 



SENATORS. 



William Mahone, Petersburg. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Thomas Croxton, Tappahannock . 
Harry Libbey, Old Point Comfort. 
George D. Wise, Richmond. 
James D. Brady, Petersburg. 
George C. Cabell, Danville. 



Harrison H. Riddleberger, Woodstock. 



John W. Daniel, Lynchburg. 
Charles T. O'Ferrall, Harrisonburg. 
John S. Barbour, Alexandria. 
Connally F. Trigg, Abingdon. 
John R. Tucker, Lexington. 



WEST VIRGINIA. 

SENATORS. 

Johnson N. Camden, Parkersburg. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Nathan Goff, jr., Clarksburg. 
William L. Wilson, Charlestown. 

WISCONSIN. 



John E. Kenna, Charleston. 



Charles P. Snyder, Charleston. 
Eustace Gibson, Huntington. 



Philetus Sawyer, Oshkosh. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES . 



Lucien B. Caswell, Fort Atkinson. 
Edward S. Bragg, Fond du Lac. 
Robert M. La Follette, Madison. 
Isaac W. Van Schaick, Milwaukee. 
Joseph Rankin, 1 Manitowoc. 
Thomas R. Hudd, 2 Green Bay. 



John C. Spooner, Hudson. 



Richard Guenther, Oshkosh. 
Ormsby B. Thomas, Prairie du Chien. 
William T. Price, 3 Black River Falls. 
Hugh H. Price, 4 Black River Falls. 
Isaac Stephenson, Marinette. 



TERRITORY OF ARIZONA. 

DELEGATE. 

Curtis C. Bean, Prescott. 
TERRITORY OF DAKOTA. 

DELEGATE. 

Oscar S. Gifford, Canton. 
TERRITORY OF IDAHO. 

DELEGATE. 

John Hailey, Boise City. 
TERRITORY OF MONTANA. 

DELEGATE. 

Joseph K. Toole, Helena. 



> Died January 24, 1886. 

3 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Joseph Rankin, 
and took his seat March 8, 1886. 



3 Died December 6, 1886. 

* Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of William T. Price, 
and took his seat February 2. 1887. 



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TERRITORY OF NEW MEXICO. 

DELEGATE. 

Antonio Joseph, Ojo Caliente. 
TERRITORY OF UTAH. 

DELEGATE. 

John T. Caine, Salt Lake City. 
TERRITORY OF WASHINGTON. 

DELEGATE. 

Charles S. Voorhees, Colfax. 
TERRITORY OF WYOMING. 

DELEGATE. 

Joseph M. Carey, Cheyenne. 



FIFTIETH CONGRESS. 



MARCH 4, 1887, TO MARCH 3, 1889. 



FIRST SESSION— December 5, 1887, to October 20, 1888. SECOND SESSION— December 

3, 1888, to March 3, 1889. 



VICE PRESIDENT, 1 . PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE PRO TEMPORE— John J. 

Ingalls, of Kansas. SECRETARY OF THE SENATE— Anson G. McCook, of New York. 

SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE— John G. Carlisle, of Kentucky. CLERK OF THE HOUSE— 
John B. Clark, jr., of Missouri. 

ALABAMA. 

SENATORS. 

John T. Morgan, Selma. James L. Pugh, Eufaula. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

James T. Jones, Demopolis. James E. Cobb, Tuskegee. 

Hilary A. Herbert, Montgomery. John H. Bankhead, Fayette. 

William C. Oates, Abbeville. William H. Forney, Jacksonville. 

Alexander C. Davidson,- Uniontown. Joseph Wheeler, Wheeler. 

ARKANSAS. 

SENATORS. 

James K. Jones, Washington. James H. Berry, Bentonville. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Poindexter Dunn, Forest City. John H. Rogers, Fort Smith. 

Clifton R. Breckinridge, Pine Bluff. Samuel W. Peel, Bentonville. 

Thomas C. McRae, Prescott. 

CALIFORNIA. 

SENATORS. 

Leland Stanford, San Francisco. George Hearst, San Francisco. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Thomas L. Tompson, Santa Rosa. William W. Morrow, San Francisco. 

Marion Biggs, Gridley. Charles N. Felton, San Francisco. 

Joseph McKenna, Suisun. William Vandever, 3 San Buena Ventura. 

COLORADO. 

SENATORS. 

Thomas M. Bowen, Del Norte. Henry M. Teller, Central City. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

George G. Symes, Denver. 
CONNECTICUT. 

SENATORS. 

Orville H. Piatt, Meriden. Joseph R. Hawley, Hartford. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Robert J. Vance, New Britain. Charles A. Russell, Killingly. 

Carlos French, Seymour. Miles T. Granger, Canaan. 

i Vice President Thomas A. Hendricks died in preceding - Election unsuccessfully contested by John V. McDuiSe. 
Congress. 3 Election unsuccessfully contested by Joseph D. Lynch. 

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321 



Eli Saulsbury, Dover. 



DELAWARE. 

SENATORS. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

John B. Penington, Dove 
FLORIDA. 

SENATORS. 

Wilkinson Call, Jacksonville. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Robert H. M. Davidson, Quincy. 

GEORGIA. 

SENATORS. 



George Gray, New Castle. 



Joseph E. Brown, Atlanta. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Thomas M. Norwood, Savannah. 
Henry G. Turner, Quitman. 
Charles F. Crisp, Americus. 
Thomas W. Grimes, Columbus. 
John D. Stewart, Griffin. 



ILLINOIS. 



SENATORS. 



Shelby M. Cullom, Springfield. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Ransom W. Dunham, Chicago. 
Frank Lawler, Chicago. 
William E. Mason, Chicago. 
George E. Adams, Chicago. 
Albert J. Hopkins, Aurora. 
Robert R. Hitt, Mount Morris. 
Thomas J. Henderson, Princeton. 
Ralph Plumb, Streator. 
Lewis E. Payson, Pontiac. 
Philip S. Post, 1 Galesburg. 



INDIANA. 



SENATORS. 



Daniel W. Voorhees, Terre Haute. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Alvin P. Hovey, 2 Mount Vernon. 
Frank P. Posey, 3 Poseyville. 
John H. O'Neall, Washington. 
Jonas G. Howard, Jefferson ville. 
William S. Holman, Aurora. 
Courtland C. Matson, Greencastle. 
Thomas M. Browne, Winchester. 



Samuel Pasco, Monticello. 



Charles Dougherty, Port Orange. 



Alfred H. Colquitt, Atlanta. 



James H. Blount, Macon. 
Judson C. Clements, Rome. 
Henry H. Carlton, Athens. 
Allen D. Candler, Gainesville. 
George T. Barnes, Augusta. 



Charles B. Farwell, Chicago. 

William H. Gest, Rock Island. 
George A. Anderson, Quincy. 
William M. Springer, Springfield. 
Jonathan H. Rowell, Bloomington. 
Joseph G. Cannon, Danville. 
Silas Z. Landes, Mount Carmel. 
Edward Lane, Hillsboro. 
Jehu Baker, Belleville. 
Richard W. Townshend, Shawneetown. 
John R. Thomas, Metropolis. 



David Turpie, Indianapolis. 



William D. Bynum, Indianapolis. 
James T. Johnston, Rockville. 
Joseph B. Cheadle, Frankfort. 
William D. Owen, Logansport. 
George W. Steele, Marion. 
James B. White, 4 Fort Wayne. 
Benjamin F. Shively, South Bend. 



IOWA. 



SENATORS. 



William B. Allison, Dubuque. 



James F. Wilson, Fairfield. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John H. Gear, Burlington. 
Walter I. Hayes, Clinton. 
David B. Henderson, Dubuque. 
William E. Fuller, West Union. 
Daniel Kerr, Grundy Center. 
James B. Weaver, Bloomfield. 



Edwin H. Conger, Des Moines. 
Albert R. Anderson, Sidney. 
Joseph Lyman, Council Bluffs. 
Adoniram J. Holmes, Boone. 
Isaac S. Struble, Le Mars. 



' Election unsuccessfully contested by Nicholas E. Worth- 
ington. 
2 Resigned January 17, 1889. 



3 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Alvin P. 
Hovev, and took his seat February 6, 1889. 
< Election unsuccessfully contested by Robert Lowry. 



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CONGRESSIONAL MEECTOBY. 



John J. Ingalls, Atchison. 

Edmund N. Morrill, Hiawatha. 
Edward II. Funston, Iola. 
Bishop W. Perkins, Oswego. 
Thomas Ryan, Topeka. 



KANSAS. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



KENTUCKY. 



Preston B. Plumb, Emporia. 

John A. Anderson, Manhattan. 
Erastus J. Turner, Hoxie. 
Samuel R. Peters, Newton. 



SENATORS. 

James B. Beck, Lexington. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

William J. Stone, Kuttawa. 
Polk Laffoon, Madisonville. 
W. Godfrey Hunter, Burksville. 
Alexander B. Montgomery, Elizabeth- 
town. 
Asher G. Caruth, Louisville. 

LOUISIANA. 



Joseph C. S. Blackburn, Versailles. 

John G. Carlisle, 1 Covington. 
William C. P. Breckinridge, Lexington. 
James B. McCreary, Richmond. 
George M. Thomas, Vanceburg. 
William P. Taulbee, Saylersville. 
Hugh F. Finley, Williamsburg. 



SENATORS. 

Randall L. Gibson, New Orleans. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Theodore S. Wilkinson, Plaquemines 

Parish. 
Matthew D. Lagan, New Orleans. 
Edward J. Gay, Plaquemine. 

MAINE. 



James B. Eustis, New Orleans. 



Newton C. Blanchard, Shreveport. 
Cherubusco Newton, Bastrop. 
Edward W. Robertson, 2 Baton Rouge. 
Samuel M. Robertson, 3 Baton Rouge. 



Eugene Hale, Ellsworth. 

Thomas B. Reed, Portland. 
Nelson Dingley, jr., Lewiston. 



Arthur Pue Gorman, Laurel. 

Charles H. Gibson, Easton. 
Frank T. Shaw, Westminster. 
H. Welles Rusk, Baltimore. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



MARYLAND. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William P. Frye, Lewiston. 

Seth L. Milliken, Belfast. 
Charles A. Boutelle, Bangor. 



Ephraim K. Wilson, Snow Hill. 

Isidor Rayner, Baltimore. 
Barnes H. Compton, Laurel. 
Louis E. McComas, Hagerstown. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 



Henry L. Dawes, Pittsfield. 

Robert T. Davis, Fall River. 
John D. Long, Hingham. 
Leopold Morse, Boston. 
Patrick A. Collins, Boston. 
Edward D. Hayden, Woburn. 
Henry C. Lodge, Nahant, 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



George F. Hoar, Worcester. 

William Cogswell, Salem. 
Charles II. Allen, Lowell. 
Edward Burnett, Southboro. 
John E. Russell, Leicester. 
William Whiting Holyoke. 
Francis W. Rockwell, Pittsfield. 



MICHIGAN. 



Thomas W. Palmer, Detroit. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



J. Logan Chipman, Detroit. 
Edward P. Allen, Ypsilanti. 
James O'Donnell, Jackson. 
Julius C. Burrows, Kalamazoo. 
Melbourne H. Ford, Grand Rapids. 
Mark S. Brewer, Pontiac. 



Francis B. Stockbridge, Kalamazoo. 

Justin R. Whiting, St. Clair. 
Timothy E. Tarsney, East Saginaw. 
Byron M. Cutcheon, Manistee. 
Spencer O. Fisher, West Bay City. 
Seth C. Moffatt," Traverse City. 
Henry W. Seymour, 6 Sault Ste. Marie. 



1 Election unsuccessfully contested by George H. Thobe. 

2 Died August 2, 1887. 

3 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Edward W. 
Robertson, and took bis seat December 5, 1887. 



> Died December 22, 1887. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Seth C. Moflatt, 
and took bis seat December 3, 188S. 



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MINNESOTA. 



SENATORS. 



Dwight M. Sabin, Stillwater. 



REPUESENTATIVES. 



Thomas Wilson, Winona. 

John Lind, New Ulm. 

John L. MacDonald, Shakopee. 



James Z. George, Carrollton. 



MISSISSIPPI. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John M. Allen, Tupelo. 
James B. Morgan, Hernando. 
Thomas C. Oatchings, Vicksburg. 
F. G. Barry, West Point 

MISSOURI. 

SENATORS. 

Francis M. Coekrell, Warrensburg. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

William II . Hatch, Hannibal. 
Charles II. Mansur, Chillicothe. 
Alexander M. Dockery, Gallatin. 
James N. Bumes, 1 St. Joseph. 
Charles F. Booher, 2 St. Joseph. 
William Warner, Kansas City. 
James T. Heard, Sedalia. 
John E. Hutton, Mexico. 



Charles F. Manderson, Omaha. 

John A. McShane, Omaha. 
James Laird, Hastings. 



John P. Jones, Gold Hill. 



NEBRASKA. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 

NEVADA. 

SENATORS. 



Cushman K. Davis, St. Paul. 



Edmund Rice, St. Paul. 
Knute Nelson, Alexandria. 



Edward C. Walthall, Grenada. 



Chapman Anderson, Kosciusko. 
Thomas K. Stockdale, Summit- 
Charles E. Hooker, Jackson. 



George G. Vest, Kansas City. 



John J. O'Neill, St. Louis. 
John M. Glover, 3 St. Louis. 
Martin L. Clardy, Farmington. 
Richard P. Bland, Lebanon. 
William J. Stone, Nevada. 
William H. Wade, Springfield. 
James P. Walker, Dexter. 



Algernon S. Paddock, Beatrice. 
George W. E. Dorsey, Fremont. 

William M. Stewart, Carson City. 



REPRESENTATIVE. 

William Woodburn, Virginia City. 
NEW HAMPSHIRE. 



SENATORS. 

Henry W. Blair, Manchester. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Luther F. McKinney, Manchester. 

NEW JERSEY. 



John R. McPherson, Jersey City. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 

George Hires, Salem. 
James Buchanan, Trenton. 
John Kean, jr., Elizabeth. 
James N. Pidcock, White House. 



William E. Chandler, 4 Concord. 
Jacob H. Gallinger, Concord. 

Rufus Blodgett, Long Branch. 



William W. Phelps, Teaneck, Engle- 

wood. 
Herman Lehlbach, Newark. 
William McAdoo, Jersey City. 



1 Died January 23, 1889. 

! Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of James N. Burnes, 
and took his seat February 25, 1889. 



s Election unsuccessfully contested bv Nathan Frank. 
< Elected to fill vacancy caused bv death of Austin F. Pike, 
in preceding Congress, and took his seat December 5. 1887. 



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NEW YORK. 



SENATORS. 



William M. Evarts, New York. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Perry Belmont, 1 Babylon. 
Felix Campbell, Brooklyn. 
Stephen V. White, Brooklyn. 
Peter P. Mahoney, Brooklyn. 
Archibald M. Bliss, Brooklyn. 
Amos J. Cummings, New York. 
Lloyd S. Bryce, New York. 
Timothy J. Campbell, New York. 
Samuel S. Cox, New York. 
Francis B. Spinola, Stony Brook. 
Truman A. Merriman, New York. 
William B. Cockran, New York. 
Ashbel P. Fitch, New York. 
William G. Stahlnecker, Yonkers. 
Henry Bacon, Goshen. 
John H. Ketcham, Dover Plains. 
Stephen T. Hopkins, Catskill. 
Edward W. Greenman, Troy. 



Frank Hiscock, Syracuse. 



Nicholas T. Kane, 2 Albany. 
Charles Tracey, 3 Albany. 
George West, Ballston Spa. 
John H. Moffitt, Chateaugay Lake. 
Abraham X. Parker, Potsdam. 
James S. Sherman, Utica. 
David Wilber, Oneonta. 
James J. Belden, Syracuse. 
Milton De Lano, Canastota. 
Newton W. Nutting, Oswego. 
Thomas S. Flood, Elrnira. 
Ira Davenport, Bath. 
Charles S. Baker, Rochester. 
John G. Sawyer, Albion. 
John M. Farquhar, Buffalo. 
John B. Weber, Buffalo. 
William G. Laidlaw, Ellicottville. 



NORTH CAROLINA. 



Matt W. Ransom, Weldon. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Louis C. Latham, Greenville. 
Furnifold M. Simmons, Newbern. 
Charles W. McClammy, Scotts Hill. 
John Nichols, Raleigh. 
John M. Brower, Mount Airy. 



OHIO. 



Zebulon B. Vance, Charlotte. 

Alfred Rowland, Lumberton. 
John S. Henderson, Salisbury. 
William H. H. Cowles, Wilkesboro. 
Thomas D. Johnston, Asheville. 



John Sherman, Mansfield. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Benjamin Butterworth, Cincinnati. 
Charles E. Brown, Cincinnati. 
Elihu S. Williams, Troy. 
Samuel S. Yoder, Lima. 
George E. Seney, Tiffin. 
M. M. Boothman, Bryan. 
James E. Campbell, Hamilton. 
Robert P. Kennedy, Bellefontaine. 
William C. Cooper, Mount Vernon. 
Jacob Romeis, Toledo. 
Albert C. Thompson, Portsmouth. 



Henry B. Payne, Cleveland. 

Jacob J. Pugsley, Hillsboro. 
Joseph H. Outhwaite, Columbus. 
Charles P. Wickham, Norwalk. 
Charles H. Grosvenor, Athens. 
Beriah Wilkins, Uhrichsville. 
Joseph D. Taylor, Cambridge. 
William McKinley, jr., Canton. 
Ezra B. Taylor, Warren. 
George W. Crouse, Akron. 
Martin A. Foran, Cleveland. 



OREGON. 



SENATORS. 



Joseph N. Dolph, Portland. 



John H. Mitchell, Portland. 



REPRESENTATIVE. 

Binger Hermann, Roseburg. 
PENNSYLVANIA. 



SENATORS. 



J. Donald Cameron, Harrisburg. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Henry H. Bingham, Philadelphia. 
Charles O'Neill, Philadelphia. 
Samuel J. Randall, Philadelphia. 
William D. Kelley, Philadelphia. 



Matthew S. Quay, Beaver. 



Alfred C. Harmer, Philadelphia. 
Smedley Darlington, West Chester. 
Robert M. Yardley, Doylestown. 
Daniel Ermentrout, Reading. 



i Resigned December 1, 1888, to become Minister to Spain; 
seat vacant for remainder of the Congress. 
2 Died September 14, 1887. 



3 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Nicholas T. 
Kane, and took his seat December 5, 1887. 



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325 



John A. Heistand, Lancaster. 
William H. Sowden, Allentown. 
Charles R. Buckalevv, Bloomsburg. 
John Lynch, Wilkes-Barre. 
Charles N. Brumm, Minersville. 
Franklin Bound, Milton. 
Frank C. Bunnell, Tunkhannoek. 
Henry C. McCorraick, Williamsport. 
Edward Scull, Somerset. 
Louis E. Atkinson, Mifflintown. 



Levi Maish, York. 
John Patton, Curwensville. 
Welty McCullogh, Greensburg. 
John'Dalzell, Pittsburgh. 
Thomas M. Bane, Allegheny. 
Oscar L. Jackson, New Castle. 
James T. Maffett, Clarion. 
Norman Hall, Sharon. 
William L. Scott, Erie. 
Edwin S. Osborne, Wilkes-Barre. 



RHODE ISLAND. 

SENATORS. 

Nelson W. Aldrich, Providence. Jonathan Chace, Providence. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Henry J. Spooner, Providence. Warren O. Arnold, Gloucester. 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 

SENATORS. 

Matthew C. Butler, Edgefield. Wade Hampton, Charleston. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Samuel Dibble, Orangeburg. John J. Hemphill, Chester. 

George D. Tillman, Clarks Hill. George W. Dargan, Darlington. 

James S. Cothran, Abbeville. William Elliott, 1 Beaufort. 
William H. Perry, Greenville. 

TENNESSEE. 



Isham G. Harris, Memphis. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Roderick R. Butler, Mountain City. 
Leonidas C. Houk, Knoxville. 
John R. Neal, Rhea Springs. 
Benton McMillin, Carthage. 
James D. Richardson, Murfreesboro. 



William B. Bate, Nashville. 



Joseph E. Washington, Cedar Hill. 
Washington C. Whitthorne, Columbia. 
Benjamin A. Enloe, Jackson. 
Presley T. Glass, Ripley. 
James Phelan, Memphis. 



TEXAS. 



SENATORS. 

Richard Coke, Waco. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Charles Stewart, Houston. 
William H. Martin, Athens. 
Constantine B. Kilgore, Wills Point. 
David B. Culberson, Jefferson. 
Silas Hare, Sherman. 
Jo Abbott, Hillsboro. 

VERMONT. 



John H. Reagan, Palestine. 

William H. Crain, Cuero. 
Littleton W. Moore, Lagrange. 
Roger Q. Mills, Corsicana. 
Joseph D. Sayers, Bastrop. 
Samuel W. T. Lanham, Weatherford. 



SENATORS. 

George F. Edmunds, Burlington. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 



John W. Stewart, Middlebury. 



VIRGINIA. 



Justin S. Morrill, Strafford. 



William W. Grout, Barton. 



SENATORS. 

Harrison H. Riddleberger, Woodstock. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Thomas H. B. Browne, Accomac. 
George E. Bowden, Norfolk. 
George D. Wise, Richmond. 
William E. Gaines, Burkeville. 
John R. Brown, Martinsville. 



John W. Daniel, Lynchburg. 



Samuel J. Hopkins, Lynchburg. 
Charles T. O'Ferrall, Harrisonburg. 
William H. F. Lee, Burkes Station. 
Henry Bowen, Tazewell. 
Jacob Yost, Staunton. 



i Election unsuccessfully contested by Robert Smalls. 



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WEST VIRGINIA. 

SENATORS. 

John E. Kenna, Charleston. Charles J. Faulkner, 1 Martinsburg. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Nathan Goff, jr., Clarksburg, Charles P. Snyder, Charleston. 

William L. Wilson, Charles Town. Charles E. Hogg, Point Pleasant. 

WISCONSIN. 

SENATORS. 

Philetus Sawyer, Oshkosh. John C. Spooner, Hudson. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Lucien B. Caswell, Fort Atkinson. Charles B. Clark, Neenah. 

Richard Guenther, Oshkosh. Ormsby B. Thomas, Prairie du Chien. 

Robert M. La Follette, Madison. Nils P. Haugen, River Falls. 

Henry Smith, Milwaukee. Isaac Stephenson, Marinette. 
Thomas R. Hudd, Green Bay. 

TERRITORY OF ARIZONA. 

DELEGATE. 

Marcus A. Smith, Tombstone. 
TERRITORY OF DAKOTA. 

DELEGATE. 

Oscar S. Gilford, Canton. 
TERRITORY OF IDAHO. 

DELEGATE. 

Fred. T. Dubois, Blackfoot. 
TERRITORY OF MONTANA. 

DELEGATE. 

Joseph K. Toole, Helena. 
TERRITORY OF NEW MEXICO. 

DELEGATE. 

Antonio Joseph, Ojo Caliente. 
TERRITORY OF UTAH. 

DELEGATE. 

John T. Caine, Salt Lake City. 
TERRITORY OF WASHINGTON. 

DELEGATE. 

Charles S. Voorhees, Colfax. 
TERRITORY OF WYOMING. 

DELEGATE. 

Joseph M. Carey, Cheyenne. 

i The legislature of West Virginia had met and adjourned ner was chosen; credentials of both were presented Decem- 

without electing a Senator for the term beginning March 4, her 5, 1887, and Mr. Faulkner appeared to be sworn; objec- 

1887; on March 5, 1887, the Governor appointed Daniel B. tion was made and he was not permitted to qualify; Decem- 

Lucas to fill such vacancy; on the same day he issued a proc- ber 14, 1887, the Senate adopted a report from the Committee 

lamation calling the legislature in extraordinary session for on Privileges and Elections, to whom all papers were referred 

eight specific purposes, the election of Senator not being on the 12th, declaring Mr. Faulkner duly elected and entitled 

named as one of them; immediately it had assembled, the to the seat; appeared, qualified, and took his seat the same 

legislature proceeded to elect a Senator, and Charles J. Faulk- day. 



FIFTY-FIRST CONGRESS. 



MARCH 4, 1889, TO MARCH 3, 1891. 



FIRST SESSION— December 2, 1889, to October 1, 1890. SECOND SESSION-December 
1, 1890, to March 2. 1891. SPECIAL SESSION OF THE SENATE— March 4, 1889, 
to April 2, 1889. 

VICE PRESIDENT— Levi P. Morton, of New York PRESIDENTS OF THE SENATE PRO 
TEMPORE— John J. Ingalls, 1 of Kansas; Charles F. Manderson.- of Nebraska. SECRETARY OF 
THE SENATE— Anson G. McCook, of New York. 

SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE— Thomas B. Reed, of Maine. CLERK OF THE HOUSE— 
Edward McPherson, of Pennsylvania. 



John T. Morgan, Selma. 



ALABAMA. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



Richard H. Clarke, 3 Mobile. 
Hilary A. Herbert, Montgomery. 
William C, Oates, Abbeville. 
Louis W. Turpin, 4 Newbern. 
John V. McDufBe, 5 Hayneville. 



James K. Jones, Washington. 



ARKANSAS. 

SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William H. Gate, 6 Forest City. 
Lewis P. Featherston, 7 Forest City. 



Leland Stanford, San Francisco. 



John J. De Haven, 10 Eureka. 
Thomas J. Geary, 11 Santa Rosa. 
Marion Biggs, Gridley. 
Joseph McKenna, Suisun. 



CALIFORNIA. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



COLORADO. 

SENATORS. 



Henry M. Teller, Central City. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

Hosea Townsend, Silver 



James L. Pugh, Eufaula. 

James E. Cobb, Tuskegee. 
John H. Bankhead, Fayette. 
William H. Forney, Jacksonville. 
Joseph Wheeler, Wheeler. 



James H. Berry, Bentonville. 



Thomas C. McRae, Prescott. 
John H. Rogers, Fort Smith. 
Samuel W. Peel, Bentonville. 



George Hearst, 9 San Francisco. 

William W. Morrow, San Francisco. 
Thomas J. Clunie, San Francisco. 
William Vandever, San Buenaventura. 



Edward O. Wolcott, Denver. 
Cliff. 



1 Elected March 7, 1889 (special session of the Senate); 
April 2, 1889 (special session of the Senate); February 28, 1S90, 
and April 3, 1890; resigned February 19, 1891. 

2 Elected March 2, 1891. 

3 Election unsuccessfully contested by Frank II. Threet. 

i Served until June 4, 1890; succeeded by John V. McDuflie, 
who contested his election. 

s Successfully contested the election of Louis W. Turpin, 
and took his seat June 4, 1890. 

6 Served until March 5, 1890; succeeded by Lewis P. 
Featherston, who contested his election. 



7 Successfully contested the election of William H. Cate,and 
took his seat March 5, 1890. 

8 Election contested by John M. Clayton who died while 
case was pending; served until September 5, 1890, when 
Clayton was declared to have been elected and the seat vacant; 
sub-equently elected to fill vacancy caused by death of John 
M. Clavton,"and took his seat December 1, 1890. 

» Died February 28, 1891. 

10 Resigned October 1, 1890. 

11 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of John J. 
De Haven, and took his seat December 9, 1890. 

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Orville H. Piatt, Meriden. 



CONNECTICUT. 

SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William E. Simonds, Canton. 
Washington F. Wilcox, Chester. 



George Gray, New Castle. 



DELAWARE. 

SENATORS. 



Joseph R. Hawley, Hartford. 

Charles A. Russell, Killingly. 
Frederick Miles, Chapinville. 



Anthony Higgins, Wilmington. 



REPRESENTATIVE. 

John B. Penington, Dover. 



FLORIDA. 

SENATORS. 

Wilkinson Call, Jacksonville. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Robert H. M. Davidson, Quincy. 

GEORGIA. 



Joseph E. Brown, Atlanta. 

RufusE. Lester, Savannah. 
Henry G. Turner, Quitman. 
Charles F. Crisp, Americus. 
Thomas W. Grimes, Columbus. 
John D. Stewart, Griffin. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



IDAHO. 



George L. Shoup, 3 Salmon City. 



senators. - 



Samuel Pasco. Monticello. 
Robert Bullock, Ocala. 

Alfred H. Colquitt, Atlanta. 

James H. Blount, Macon. 
Judson C. Clements, Rome. 
Henry H. Carlton, Athens. 
Allen D. Candler, Gainesville. 
George T. Barnes, Augusta. 

William J. McConnell, 4 Moscow. 



REPRESENTATIVE. 

Willis Sweet, 5 Moscow. 



Shelby M. Cullom, Springfield. 



ILLINOIS. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Abner Taylor, Chicago. 
Frank Lawler, Chicago. 
William E. Mason, Chicago. 
George E. Adams, Chicago. 
Albeit J. Hopkins, Aurora. 
Robert R. Hitt, Mount Morris. 
Thomas J. Henderson, Princeton. 
Charles A. Hill, Joliet. 
Lewis E. Payson, Pontiac. 
Philip S. Post, Galesburg. 
William H. Gest, Rock Island. 



INDIANA. 



Daniel W. Voorhees, Terre Haute. 



.SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 

William F. Parrett, s Evansville. 
John H. O'Neal], Washington. 
Jason B. Brown, Seymour. 
William S. Holman, Aurora. 
George W. Cooper, Columbus. 
Thomas M. Browne, Winchester. 
William D. Bynum, Indianapolis. 



Charles B. Farwell, Chicago. 

Scott Wike, Pittsfield. 
William M. Springer, Springfield. 
Jonathan H. Rowell, Bloomington. 
Joseph G. Cannon, Danville. 
George W. Fithian, Newton. 
Edward Lane, Hillsboro. 
William S. Forman, Nashville. 
Richard W. Townshend, Shawneetown. 
James R. Williams, 7 Carmi. 
George W. Smith, Murphysboro. 



David Turpie, Indianapolis. 

Elijah V. Brookshire, Crawfordsville. 
Joseph B. Cheadle, Frankfort. 
William D. Owen, Logansport. 
Augustus N. Martin, Bluffton. 
Charles A. O. McClellan, Auburn. 
Benjamin F. Shively, South Bend. 



1 Admitted as a State into the Union July 3, 1890. 

2 In addition to those of the Senators named below the cre- 
dentials of Fred T. Dubois, elected "for the term of six years 
from March 4, 1891," were presented December 30, 1890; the 
Senate refused to consider them prior to the beginning of the 
Fifty-second Congress, in which they were to become effective. 

3 Took his seat December 29, 1890; term to expire, as deter- 
mined by lot, March 3, 1895. 



* Took his seat January 5, 1S91; term to expire, as deter- 
mined by lot, March 3, 1891. 
»Took his seat December 1, 1890. 
e Died March 9, 1889. 

7 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Richard W. 
Townsend, and took his seat December 2, 1889. 

8 Election unsuccessfully contested by Francis B. Posey. 






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329 



IOWA. 



SENATORS. 



William B. Allison, Dubuque. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John H. Gear, Burlington. 
Walter I. Hayes, Clinton. 
David B. Henderson, Dubuque. 
Joseph H. Sweney, Osage. 
Daniel Kerr, Grundy Center. 
John F. Lacey, Oskaloosa. 



John J. Ingalls, Atchison. 



KANSAS. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Edmund N. Morrill, Hiawatha. 
Edward H. Funston, Iola. 
Bishop W. Perkins, Oswego. 
Thomas Ryan, 3 Topeka. 



James F. Wilson, Fairfield. 



Edwin H. Conger, 1 Des Moines. 
Edward R. Hays, 2 Knoxville. 
James P. Flick, Bedford. 
Joseph R. Reed, Council Bluffs. 
Jonathan P. Dolliver, Fort Dodge. 
Isaac S. Struble, Le Mars. 



Preston B. Plumb, Emporia. 



Harrison Kelley, 4 Burlington. 
John A. Anderson, Manhattan. 
Erastus J. Turner, Hoxie. 
Samuel R. Peters, Newton. 



KENTUCKY. 



SENATORS. 

James B. Beck, 5 Lexington. 
John G. Carlisle, 6 Covington. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

William J. Stone, Kuttawa. 

William T. Ellis, Owensboro. 

Isaac H. Goodnight, Franklin. 

Alexander B. Montgomery, Elizabethtown. 

Asher G. Caruth, Louisville. 

John G. Carlisle, 7 Covington. 

LOUISIANA. 



Joseph C. S. Blackburn, Versailles. 



William W. Dickerson,* Williamstown. 
William C. P. Breckinridge, Lexington. 
James B. McCreary, Richmond. 
Thomas H. Paynter, Greenup. 
John H. Wilson, Barboursville. 
Hugh F. Finley, Williamsburg. 



SENATORS. 



Randall L. Gibson, New Orleans. 



James B. Eustis. New Orleans. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Theodore S. Wilkinson, Plaquemines Parish. 
Hamilton D. Coleman, New Orleans. 
Edward J. Gay, 9 Lafourche Parish. 
Andrew Price, 1 " Thibodaux. 



Eugene Hale, Ellsworth. 



Thomas B. Reed, Portland. 
Nelson Dingley, jr., Lewiston. 



MAINE. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



MARYLAND. 



Newton C. Blanchard, Shreveport. 
Charles J. Boatner, Monroe. 
Samuel M. Robertson, Baton Rouge. 



William P. Frye, Lewiston. 



Seth L. Milliken, Belfast. 
Charles A. Boutelle, Bangor. 



SENATORS. 



Arthur Pue Gorman, Laurel. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Charles H. Gibson, Easton. 
Herman Stump, Belair. 
Harry Welles Rusk, Baltimore. 
Henry Stockbridge, jr., Baltimore. 



Ephraim K. Wilson, 11 Snow Hill. 



Barnes H. Compton, 12 Laurel. 
Sydney E. Mudd, 13 Bryantown. 
Louis E. McComas, Hagerstown. 



i Resigned October 3, 1890. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused bv resignation of Edwin H. 
Conger, and took his seat December' 1 , 1890. 

3 Resigned April 4, 1889. 

4 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Thomas 
Ryan and took his seat December 2, 1889. 

5 Died May 3, 1890. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of James B. Beck, 
and took his seat May 26, 1890. 

» Resigned May 26, 1890, having been elected Senator. 



8 Elected to fill vacancy caused bv resignation of John r,. 
Carlisle, and took his seat June 30, 1890. 

» Died May 30. 1889. 

io Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Edward 
J. Gay , and took his seat December 2, 1SS9. 

n Died February 24, 1891. 

'2 Served until March 20, 1890; succeeded by Sydney E. 
Mudd, who contested his election. 

> 3 Successfully contested the election of Barnes H. Compton 
and took his seat March 20, 1890. 



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MASSACHUSETTS. 



Henry L. Dawes, Pittsfield. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Charles S. Randall, New Bedford. 
Elijah A. Morse, Canton. 
John F. Andrew, Boston. 
Joseph H. O'Neil, Boston. 
Nathaniel P. Banks, Waltham. 
H. Cabot Lodge. Nahant. 



George F. Hoar, Worcester. 



William Cogswell, Salem. 
Frederic T. Greenhalge, Lowell. 
John W. Candler, Brookline. 
Joseph H. Walker, Worcester. 
Rodney Wallace, Fitchburg. 
Francis W. Rockwell, Pittsfield. 



MICHIGAN. 



SENATORS. 

Francis B. Stockbridge, Kalamazoo. 

REPRESENTATIV3S . 

J. Logan Chipman, Detroit. 
Edward P. Allen, Ypsilanti. 
James O'Donnell, Jackson. 
Julius C. Burrows, Kalamazoo. 
Charles E. Beiknap, Grand Rapids. 
Mark S. Brewer, Pontiac. 

MINNESOTA. 



James McMillan, Detroit. 



Justin R. Whiting, St. Clair. 
Aaron T. Bliss, Saginaw. 
Byron M. Cutcheon, Manistee. 
Frank W. Wheeler, West Bay City. 
Samuel M. Stephenson, Menominee. 



SENATORS. 



Cushman K. Davis, St. Paul. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 

Mark H. Dunnell, Owatonna. Samuel P. Snider, Minneapolis 

John Lind, New Ulm. 
Darwin S. Hall, Stewart. 

MISSISSIPPI. 



William D. Washburn, Minneapolis. 

Samuel P. Snider, Minneapolis. 
Solomon G. Comstock, Moorhead. 



James Z. George, Carroll ton. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John M. Allen, .Tupelo. 
John B. Morgan, 1 Hernando. 
Thomas C. Catchings, Vickaburg. 
Clarke Lewis, Cliftonville. 



MISSOURI. 



Edward C. Walthall, Grenada. 



Chapman L. Anderson, Kosciusko. 
Thomas R. Stockdale, Summit. 
Charles E. Hooker, Jackson. 



SENATORS. 



Francis M. Cockrell, Warrensburg. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William H. Hatch, Hannibal. 
Charles H. Mansur, Chillicothe. 
Alexander M. Dockery, Gallatin. 
Robert P. C. Wilson, 2 Platte City. 
John C. Tarsney, Kansas City. 
John T. Heard, Sedalia. 
Richard H. Norton, Troy. 
Frederick G. Niedringhaus, St. Louis. 



George G. Vest, Kansas City. 



Nathan Frank, St. Louis. 

William M. Kinsey, St. Louis. 

Richard P. Bland, Lebanon. 

William J. Stone, Nevada. 

William H. Wade, Springfield. 

James P. Walker, 3 Dexter. 

Robert H. Whitelaw, 4 Cape Girardeau. 



MONTANA."' 



SENATORS. 



Thomas C. Power, 7 Helena. 



Wilbur F. Sanders, 8 Helena. 



REPRESENTATIVE. 

Thomas H. Carter, 9 Helena. 



1 Election unsuccessfully contested by James R. Chalmers. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of James N. Burnes. 
before the commencement of Congress, and took his seat De- 
cember 2, 1889. 

s Died July 20, 1890. 

4 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of James P. Walker, 
and took his seat December 1, 1S90. 

'- Admitted as a State into the Union November 8, 1889. 

c William A. Clark and Martin Maginnis presented papers 
purporting to be credentialsof their election, January 23, 1890; 



the four claimants were given privileges of the floor pending 
the contest; by resolutions of April 16, 1890, Clark and Ma- 
ginnis were declared not entitled to seats and Power and 
Sanders entitled thereto. 

; Took his seat April 16, 1890; term to expire , as determined 
bvlot, March 3, 1895. 

' 3 Took his seat April 16, 1890; term to expire, as determined 
by lot, March 3, 1893. 

'Took his seat December 2. 1S89. 



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331 



NEBRASKA. 



SENATORS. 



Charles F. Manderson, Omaha. 



William J. Connell, Omaha. 
James Laird, 1 Hastings. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



NEVADA. 



Algernon S. Paddock, Beatrice. 

Gilbert L. Laws. 2 McCook. 
George W. E. Dorsey, Fremont. 



.SENATORS. 



John P. Jones, Gold Hill. 



William M. Stewart, Carson City. 



REPRESENTATIVE. 

Horace F. Bartine, Carson City. 
NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

SENATORS. 



Henry W. Blair, Manchester 
Alonzo Nute, Farmington. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



NEW JERSEY. 



Gilman Maraton, 3 Exeter. 
William E. Chandler. 4 Concord. 



Orren C. Moore, Nashua. 



SENATORS. 



John R. McPherson, Jersey City. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Christopher A. Bergen, Camden. 
James Buchanan, Trenton. 
Jacob A. Geissenhainer, Freehoh 
Samuel Fowler, Newton. 



NEW YORK. 



Rufus Blodsjett, Long Branch. 



Charles D. Beckwith, Paterson. 
Herman Lehlbach, Newark. 
William McAdoo, Jersey City. 



SENATORS. 



William M. Evarts. New York. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



James W. Covert, Long Island City. 
Felix Campbell. Brooklyn. 
William C. Wallace, Brooklyn. 
John M. Clancy, Brooklyn. 
Thomas F. Magner, Brooklyn. 
Frank T. Fitzgerald, 5 New York. 
Charles H. Turner," New York. 
Edward J. Dunphy. New York. 
John H. McCarthy, 7 New Y r ork. 
Samuel S. Cox," New Y'ork. 
Amos J. Cummings," New York. 
Francis B. Spinola. New York. 
John Quinn, New York. 
Roswell P. Flower, New Y'ork. 
Ashbel P. Fitch, New York. 
William G. Stahlnecker, Yonkers. 
Moses D. Stivers, Middletown. 
John H. Ivetcham, Dover Plains. 
Charles J. Knapp, Deposit. 



Frank Hiscock, Syracuse. 

John A. Quackenbush, Stillwater. 
Charles Tracey, Albany. 
John Sanford, Amsterdam. 
John H. Moffitt, Chateaugay Lake. 
Frederick Lansing, Watertown. 
James S. Sherman, Utica. 
David Wilber, 10 Oneonta. 
JohnS. Pindar," Cobleskill. 
James J. Belden, Syracuse. 
Milton De Lano, Canastota. 
Newton W. Nutting, 12 Mexico. 
Sereno E. Payne. 13 Auburn. 
Thomas S. Flood, Elmira. 
John Raines, Canandaigua. 
Charles S. Baker, Rochester. 
John G. Sawyer, Albion. 
John M. Farquhar, Buffalo. 
John M. Wiley, East Aurora. 
William G. Laidlaw, Ellicottville. 



NORTH CAROLINA. 



Matt W. Ransom, Weldon. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Thomas G. Skinner. Hertford. 
Henry P. Cheatham. Henderson. 
Charles W. McClammy, Scotts Hill. 
Benjamin H. Bunn, Rocky Mount. 
John M. Brower, Mount Airy. 



Zebulon B. Vance. Charlotte. 

Alfred Rowland. Lumberton. 
John S. Henderson, Salisbury. 
William H. H. Cowles, W'ilkesboro. 
Hamilton G. Ewart, Hendersonville. 



i Died August 17, 1889. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of James Laird, 
and took his seat December 2, 1889. * 

3 Appointed to fill vacancy in term commencing March 4, 
1889, 'hiring the recess of the legislature. 

* Elected for the term commencing March 4. 1889. 

'- Died November 4, 1889, before the assembling of the Con- 
gress. 

s Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Frank T. 
Fitzgerald and took his seat December 9, 1889. 



7 Resigned January 14. 1891. 

s Died September 10, 18S9. 

" Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Samuel S. Cox, 
and took his scat December 2, 1889. 

i« Died April 1, 1890. 

n Elected to fill vcacany caused by death of David Wilber, 
and took his seat December 1, 1890. 

12 Died October 15, 18S9. 

u Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Newton W. 
Nutting, and took his seat December 2, 1889. 



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CONGRESSIONAL DIBECTOBY. 



NORTH DAKOTA. 1 

SENATORS. 

Lyman R. Casey, 1 ' Jamestown. Gilbert A. Pierce, 3 Fargo. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

Henry C. Hansbrough, 4 Devils Lake. 
OHIO. 



John Sherman, Mansfield. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Benjamin Butterworth, Cincinnati. 
John A. Caldwell, Cincinnati. 
Elihu S. Williams, Troy. 
Samuel S. Yoder, Lima, 
George E. Seney, Tiflin. 
M. M. Boothman, Bryan. 
Henry L. Morey, Hamilton. 
Robert P. Kennedy, Bellefontaine. 
William C. Cooper, Mount Vernon. 
William E. Haynes, Fremont. 
Albert C. Thompson, Portsmouth. 



Henry B. Payne, Cleveland. 



Jacob J. Pugsley, Hillsboro. 
Joseph H. Outhwaite, Columbus. 
Charles P. Wickham, Norwalk. 
Charles H. Grosvenor, Athens. 
James W. Owens, Newark. 
Joseph D. Taylor, Cambridge. 
William McKinley, jr., Canton. 
Ezra B. Taylor, Warren. 
Martin L. Smyser, Wooster. 
Theodore E. Burton, Cleveland. 



OREGON. 



SENATORS. 



Joseph N. Dolph, Portland. 



John H. Mitchell. Portland. 



REPRESENTATIVE. 

Binger Herman, Roseburs 
PENNSYLVANIA. 



SENATORS. 



J. Donald Cameron, Harrisburg. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Henry H. Bingham, Philadelphia. 
Charles O'Neill, Philadelphia. 
Samuel J. Randall, 5 Philadelphia. 
Richard Vaux, 6 Philadelphia. 
William D. Kelley, 7 Philadelphia. 
John E. Reyburn, 8 Philadelphia. 
Alfred C. Harmer, Philadelphia. 
Smedley Darlington, West Chester. 
Robert M. Yardley, Doylestown. 
William Mutchler, Easton. 
David B. Brunner, Reading. 
Marriott Brosius, Lancaster. 
Joseph A. Scranton, Scranton. 
Edwin S. Osborne, Wilkes-Barre. 
James B. Reilly, Pottsville. 
John W. Rife, Middletown. 



Matthew S. Quay, Beaver. 



Myron B. Wright, Susquehanna. 
Henry C. McCormick, Williamsport. 
Charles R. Buckalew, Bloomsburg. 
Louis E. Atkinson, Mifflintown. 
Levi Maish, York. 
Edward Scull, Somerset. 
Samuel A. Craig, Brookville. 
John Dalzell, Pittsburgh. 
Thomas M. Bayne, Allegheny. 
Joseph W. Ray, Waynesburg. 
Charles C. Townsend, New Brighton. 
William C. Culbertson, Girard. 
Lewis F. Watson, 9 Warren. 
Charles W. Stone, 10 Warren. 
James Kerr, Clearfield. 



RHODE ISLAND. 



SENATORS. 



Nelson W. Aldrich, Providence. 



Jonathan Chace, 11 Central Falls. 
Nathan F. Dixon, 12 Westerly. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 

Henry J. Spooner, Providence. Warren O. Arnold, Gloucester. 



i Admitted as a State into the Union November 2, 1889. 

2 Took his seat December 4, 1889; term to expire, as deter- 
mined by lot, March 3, 1893. 

2 Took his seat December 4, 1889; term to expire, as deter- 
mined by lot, March 3, 1891. 

* Took his seat December 2, 1889. 

'Died April 13, 1890. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused bv death of Samuel J. Ran- 
dall, and took his seat May 28, 1890. 



' Died January 9, 1890. 

» Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of William D. 
Kelley, and took his seat February 24, 1890. 
= Died August 25, 1890. 

10 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Lewis F. Watson, 
and took his seat December 1, 1890. 

11 Resigned April 9, 1889. 

12 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Jonathan 
Chace, and took his seat December 2, 1889. 



FIFTY-FIRST CONGRESS. 



333 



SOUTH CAROLINA. 



Matthew C. Butler, Edgefield. 

Samuel Dibble, Orangeburg. 
George D. Tillman, Clarks Hill. 
James S. Cothran, Abbeville. 
William II. Perry, Greenville. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Wade Hampton. Charleston. 

John J. Hemphill, Chester. 
George W. Dargan, Darlington. 
William Elliott, 1 Beaufort. 
Thomas E. Miller, 2 Beaufort. 



SOUTH DAKOTA. 



SENATORS. 

Richard F. Pettigrew, 1 Sioux Falls. Gideon C. Moody, 5 Deadwood. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

TENNESSEE. 



Oscar S. Gifford, 6 Canton. 



John A. Pickler, 6 Faulkton. 



Isham G. Harris, Memphis. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Alfred A. Taylor, Johnson City. 
Leonidas C. Houk, Knoxville. 
H. Clay Evans, Chattanooga. 
Benton McMillin, Carthage. 
James D. Richardson, Murfreesboro. 

TEXAS. 

SENATORS. 

Richard Coke, Waco. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Charles Stewart, Houston. 
William H. Martin, Athens. 
Constantine B. Kilgore, Wills Point. 
David B. Culberson, Jefferson. 
Silas Hare, Sherman. 
Jo Abbott, Hillsboro. 

VERMONT. 

SENATORS. 

George F. Edmunds, Burlington. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

John W. Stewart, Middlebury. 

VIRGINIA. 

SENATORS. 

John W. Daniel, Lynchburg. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Thomas H. B. Browne, Accomac. 
George E. Bowden, Norfolk. 
George D. Wise,** Richmond. 
Edmund Waddill, jr., 9 Henrico County. 
Edward C. Venable, 10 Petersburg. 
John M. Langston," Petersburg. 

WASHINGTON." 



William B. Bate, Nashville. 

Joseph E. Washington, Cedar Hill. 
Washington C. Whitthorne, Columbia. 
Benjamin A. Enloe, Jackson. 
Rice A. Pierce, Union City. 
James Phelan, 7 Memphis. 



John H. Reagan, Palestine. 

William H. Grain, Cuero. 
Littleton W. Moore, La grange. 
Roger Q. Mills, Corsicana. 
Joseph D. Sayers, Bastrop. 
Samuel W. T. Lanham, Weatherford. 



Justin S. Morrill, Strafford. 
William W. Grout, Barton. 

John S. Barbour, Alexandria. 

Posey G. Lester, Floyd. 
Paid C. Edmunds, Halifax County. 
Charles T. O'Ferrall, Harrisonburg. 
William H. F. Lee, Burkes Station. 
John A. Buchanan, 12 Abingdon. 
Henry St. George Tucker, Staunton. 



SENATORS. 

John B. Allen, 14 Walla Walla. Watson C. Squire, 15 Seattle. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

John L. Wilson, 16 Spokane Falls. 



i Served until September 23, 1890; succeeded by Thomas E. 
Miller, who contested his election 

2 Successfully contested the election of William Elliott, and 
took his seat September 24, 1890. 

J Admitted as a State into the Union November 2, 1889. 

4 Took his seat December 2, 1889; term to expire, as deter- 
mined by lot, March 3, 1895. 

5 Took his seat December 2, 1889; term to expire, as deter- 
mined by lot, March 3, 1891. 

« Took his seat December 2, 18S9. 

; Died January 30, 1891. 

8 Served until April 10, 1890; succeeded by Edmund "Wad- 
dill, jr., who contested his election. 

8 Successfully contested the electionof George D. Wise, and 
look his seat April 12, 1890. 



■° Served until September 23, 1890; succeeded by John M. 
Langston, who contested his election. 

" Successfully contested the election of Edward C. Venable, 
and took his seat September 23, 1890. It was in connection 
with this case that the minority party adopted for the first 
time the plan of withdrawing in a body from the hall of the 
House, to avoid being counted as part of a quorum. 

' 2 Election unsuccessfully contested by Henry Bowen. 

1( Admitted as a State into the Union November 11, 1889. 

14 Took his seat December 2, 1889: term to expire, as deter- 
mined by lot, March 3, 1893. 

15 Took his seat December 2, 1889; term to expire, as deter- 
mined by lot, March 3, 1891. 

16 Took his seat December 2, 1889. 



334 



CONGRESSIONAL, DIRECTORY. 
WEST VIRGINIA. 



John E. Kenna, Charleston. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John O. Pendleton, 1 Wheeling. 
George W. Atkinson, 2 Wheeling. 
William L. Wilson, Charlestown. 



WISCONSIN. 

SENATORS. 



Philetus Sawyer, Oshkosh. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Lucien B. Caswell, Fort Atkinson. 
Charles Barwig, Mayville. 
Robert M. La Follette, Madison. 
Isaac W. Van Schaiek, Milwaukee. 
George H. Brickner, Sheboygan. 



WYOMING. 5 

SENATORS. 



Joseph M. Carey, 6 Cheyenne. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

Clarence D Clark, 8 Evanston. 
TERRITORY OF ARIZONA. 

DELEGATE. 

Marcus A. Smith, 9 Tombstone. 
TERRITORY OF IDAHO. 10 

DELEGATE. 

Pred T. Dubois, 11 Blackfoot. 
TERRITORY OF NEW MEXICO. 

DELEGATE. 

Antonio Joseph, Ojo Caliente. 

TERRITORY OF UTAH. 

DELEGATE. 

John T. Caine, Salt Lake City. 
TERRITORY OF WYOMING. 12 

DELEGATE. 

Joseph M. Carey, 13 Cheyenne. 
TERRITORY OF OKLAHOMA. 14 

DELEGATE. 

David A. Harvey, 15 Oklahoma City. 



Charles J. Faulkner, Martinsburg. 

John D. Alderson, Nicholas. 

J. Monroe Jackson, 3 Parkersburg. 

Charles B. Smith, 4 Parkersburg. 



John C. Spooner, Hudson. 



Charles B. Clark, Neenah. 
Ormsby B. Thomas, Prairie du Chien. 
Nils P. Haugen, River Falls. 
Myron H. McCord, Merrill. 



Francis E. Warren, 7 Cheyenne. 



• Served until February 23, 1890; succeeded by George W. 
Atkinson, who contested bis election. 

2 Successfully contested the election of John O. Pendleton, 
and took his seat February 26, 1890. 

■i Served until February 3, 1890; succeeded by Charles B. 
Smith, who contested his election. It was in connection with 
the final votes in this case that Speaker Reed, for the first 
time, made bis parliamentary ruling regarding the " counting 
of a quorum." 

4 Successfully contested the election of J. Monroe Jackson, 
and took his seat February 3, 1890. 

' Admitted as a State into the Union July 10, 1890. 

6 Took his seat December 1, 1890; term to expire, as deter- 
mined bv lot, March 3, 1895. 

' Took his seat December 1, 1890; term to expire, as deter- 
mined by lot, March 3, 1893. 

« Took his seat December 1, 1S90. ■ 



s Took his seat January 6, 1890. 

10 Granted statehood by act of Congress approved July 3, 
1890. 

" Served until July 3, 1S90, when the territory of Idaho was 
elevated to statehood. 

12 Granted statehood by act of Congress approved July 10, 
1890. 

» Served until July 10, 1890, when the territory of Wyoming 
was elevated to statehood; subsequently elected Senator from 
the new state, and took his seat in the Senate December 1, 
1890. 

» Formed from a portion of Indian Territory, and from that 
portion of the United States known as the " Public Land 
Strip"; provided a territorial government and the right to 
Delegate representation in Congress, by act of May 2, 1890. 

is Took his seat December 1, 1890. 



FIFTY-SECOND CONGRESS. 



MARCH 4, 1891, TO MARCH 3, 1893. 



FIRST SESSION— December 7, 1891, to August 5, 1892. SECOND SESSION— December 

5, 1892, to March 3, 1893. 



VICE-PRESIDENT— Levi P. Morton, of New York. PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE PRO 
TEMPORE— Charles F. Manderson, of Nebraska. SECRETARY OF THE SENATE— Anson G. 
McCook, of New York. 

SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE— Charles F. Crisp, of Georgia. CLERK OF THE HOUSE— James 
Kerr, of Pennsylvania. 



ALABAMA. 



John T. Morgan, Selma. 

Richard H. Clarke, Mobile. 
Hilary A. Herbert, Montgomery. 
William C. Oates, Abbeville. 
Louis W. Turpin, 1 Newbern. 



SENATORS. 



HKI'RESE.NTATn KS. 



James L. Pugh, Eufaula. 

James E. Cobb, Tuskegee. 
John H. Bankhead, Fayette. 
William H. Forney, Jacksonville. 
Joseph Wheeler, Wheeler. 



ARKANSAS. 



SENATORS. 

James K. Jones, Washington. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

William H. Cate, Jonesboro. 
Clifton R. Breckinridge, Pine Bluff. 
Thomas C. McRae, Prescott. 

CALIFORNIA. 



James H. Berry, Bentonville. 



William L. Terry, Little Rock. 
Samuel W. Peel, Bentonville. 



SENATORS. 



Leland Stanford, San Francisco. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Thomas J. Geary, Santa Rosa. 
Anthony Caminetti, Jackson. 
Joseph McKenna, 3 Suisun. 
Samuel G. Hilborn, 4 Oakland. 



Henry M. Teller, Central City. 



COLORADO. 

SENATORS. 



Charles N. Felton, 2 San Francisco. 

John T. Cutting, San Francisco. 
Eugene F. Loud, San Francisco. 
William W. Bowers, San Diego. 



Edward O. Wolcott, Denver. 



REPRESENTATIVE. 

Hosea Townsend, Silver C 
CONNECTICUT. 

SENATORS. 



iff. 



Orville H. Piatt, Meriden. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Lewis Sperry, Hartford. 
Washington F. Wilcox, Chester. 



Joseph R. Hawley, Hartford. 

Charles A. Russell, Killingly. 
Robert E. De Forest, Bridgeport. 



i Election unsuccessfully contested by John V. McDuffie. 
2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of George Hearst 
iu preceding Congress, and took his seat December 7, 1891. 



3 Resigned March 23, 1892. 

* Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Joseph 
Mc Kenna, and took his seat December 5, 1892. 

335 



336 CONGRESSIONAL DIKECTOKY. 

DELAWARE. 

SENATORS. 

George Gray, New Castle. Anthony Higgins, Wilmington. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

John W. Causey, Milford. 
FLORIDA. 

SENATORS. 

Wilkinson Call, 1 Jacksonville. Samuel Pasco, Monticello. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Stephen R. Mallory, Pensacola. Robert Bullock, Ocala. 

GEORGIA. 

SENATORS. 

Alfred H. Colquitt, Atlanta. 



John B. Gordon, Atlanta. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Rufus E. Lester, Savannah. 
Henry G. Turner, Quitman. 
Charles F. Crisp, Americus. 
Charles L. Moses, Turin. 
Leonidas F. Livingston, Atlanta. 



James H. Blount, Macon. 
Robert W. Everett, Fish. 
Thomas G. Lawson, Eatonton. 
Thomas E. Winn, Gwinnett county. 
Thomas E. Watson, Thomson. 



IDAHO. 

SENATORS. 

George L. Shoup, Salmon City. Fred T. Dubois, 2 Blackfoot. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

Willis Sweet, Moscow. 



ILLINOIS. 



SENATORS. 



Shelby M. Cullom, Springfield. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Abner Taylor, Chicago. 
Lawrence E. McGann, Chicago. 
Allan C. Durborow, jr., Chicago. 
Walter C. Newberry, Chicago. 
Albert J. Hopkins, Aurora. 
Robert R. Hitt, Mount Morris. 
Thomas J. Henderson, Princeton. 
Lewis Steward, Piano. 
Herman W. Snow, Sheldon. 
Philip S. Post, Galesburg. 



INDIANA. 



SENATORS. 



Daniel W. Voorhees, Terre Haute. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William F. Parrett, Evansville. 
John L. Bretz, Jasper. 
Jason B. Brown, Seymour. 
William S. Holman, Aurora. 
George W. Cooper, Columbus. 
Henry U. Johnson, Richmond. 
William D. Bynum, Indianapolis. 



J. McAuley Palmer, Springfield. 



Benjamin T. Cable, Rock Island. 
Scott Wike, Pittsfield. 
William M. Springer, Springfield. 
Owen Scott, Bloomington. 
Samuel T. Busey, Urbana. 
George W. Fithian, Newton. 
Edward Lane, Hillsboro. 
William S. Forman, Nashville. 
James R. Williams, Carmi. 
George W. Smith, Murphysboro. 



David Turpie, Indianapolis. 



Elijah V. Brookshire, Crawfordsville. 
Daniel Waugh, Tipton. 
David H. Patton, Remington. 
Augustus N. Martin, Bluff ton. 
Charles A. O. McClellan, Auburn. 
Benjamin F. Shively, South Bend. 



1 Election unsuccessfully contested by Robert H. M. 
Davidson. 



2 Election unsuccessfully contested by William H. Clagett. 



FIFTY-SECOND CONGRESS. 
IOWA. 

SENATORS. 



337 



William B. Allison, Dubuque. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John J. Seerley, Burlington. 
Walter I. Hayes, Clinton. 
David B. Henderson, Dubuque. 
Walter H. Butler, West Union. 
John T. Hamilton, Cedar Rapids. 
Frederick E. White, Webster. 



Preston B. Plumb, 1 Emporia. 
Bishop W. Perkins, 2 Oswego. 



KANSAS. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Case Broderick, Holton. 
Edward H. Funston, Iola. 
Benjamin H. Clover, Cambridge. 
John G. Otis, Topeka. 



KENTUCKY. 



SENATORS. 



Joseph C. S. Blackburn, Versailles. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William J. Stone, Kuttawa. 
William T. Ellis, Owensboro. 
Isaac H. Goodnight, Franklin. 
Alexander B. Montgomery, Elizabeth- 
town. 
Asher G. Caruth, Louisville. 
William W. Dickerson, Williamstown. 



James F. Wilson, Fairfield. 



John A. T. Hull, Des Moines. 
James P. Flick, Bedford. 
Thomas Bowman, Council Bluffs. 
Jonathan P. Dolliver, Fort Dodge. 
George D. Perkins, Sioux City. 



William A. Peffer, Topeka. 



John Davis, Junction City. 

William Baker, Lincoln. 

Jerry Simpson, Medicine Lodge. 



John G. Carlisle, 3 Covington. 
William Lindsay, 4 Frankfort. 



William C. P. Breckinridge, Lexington. 
James B. McCreary, Richmond. 
Thomas H. Paynter, Greenup. 
John W. Kendall, 5 West Liberty. 
Joseph M. Kendall, 6 Prestonsburg. 
John H. Wilson, Barboursville. 



LOUISIANA. 



SENATORS. 



Randall L. Gibson, 7 New Orleans. 
Donelson Caffery, 8 Franklin. 



Adolph Meyer, New Orleans. 
Matt D. Lagan, New Orleans. 
Andrew Price, Thibodaux. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



MAINE. 



Edward D. White, New Orleans. 



Newton C. Blanchard, Shreveport. 
Charles J. Boatner, Monroe. 
Samuel M. Robertson. Baton Rouge. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 

Thomas B. Reed, Portland. Seth L. Milliken, Belfast. 



Eugene Hale, Ellsworth. 

Thomas B. Reed, Portlai 
Nelson Dingley, jr., Lewiston. 



William P. Frye, Lewiston. 

Seth L. Milliken, Belfast. 
Charles A. Boutelle, Bangor. 



' Died December 20, 1891. 

2 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by death of Preston B. 
Plumb, and took his seat January 5, 1892. 

3 Resigned February 4, 1893. 

4 Elected to fill vacancy caused bv resignation of John G. 
Carlisle, and took his seat February 21, 1893. 



■• Died March 7, 1892., 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by the death of John W. 
Kfii'iall, and took his seat May 5, 1892. 

; Died December 15, 1S92. 

8 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by death of Randall L. 
Gibson, and took his seat January 14, 1893. 



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CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY. 



MARYLAND. 



SENATORS. 



Arthur Pue Gorman, Laurel. 



Charles H. Gibson, Easton. 



Henry Page, 1 Princess Anne. 
John B. Brown, 2 Centerville. 
Herman Stump, Bel Air. 
Harry W. Rusk, Baltimore. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Isidor Rayner, Baltimore. 

Barnes H. Compton, Laurel. 

W. McMahon McKaig, Cumberland. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 



SENATORS. 



Henry L. Dawes, Pittsfield. 



George F. Hoar, Worcester. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Charles S. Randall, New Bedford. 
Elijah A. Morse, Canton. 
John F. Andrew, Boston. 
Joseph H. O'Neil, Boston. 
Sherman Hoar, Waltham. 
Henry C. Lodge, 3 Nahant. 



MICHIGAN. 



SENATORS. 



William Cogswell, Salem. 
Moses T. Stevens, North Andover. 
George F. Williams, Dedham. 
Joseph H. Walker, Worcester. 
Frederick S. Coolidge, Ashburnham. 
John C. Crosby, Pittsfield. 



Francis B. Stockbridge, Kalamazoo. 



James McMillan, Detroit. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



J. Logan Chipman, Detroit. 
James S. Gorman, Chelsea. 
James O'Donnell, Jackson. 
Julius C. Burrows, Kalamazoo. 
Melbourne H. Ford, 4 Grand Rapids. 
Charles E. Belknap, 5 Grand Rapids. 



Byron G. Stout, Pontiac. 
Justin R. Whiting, St. Clair. 
Henry M. Youmans, Saginaw. 
Harrison H. Wheeler, Ludington. 
Thomas A. E. Weadock, Bay City. 
Samuel M. Stephenson, Menominee. 



MINNESOTA. 



SENATORS. 



Cushman K. Davis, St. Paul. 



William D. Washburn, Minneapolis. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William H. Harries, Caledonia. 
John Lind, New Ulm. 
Osee M. Hall, Red Wing. 



James Z. George, Carrollton. 



MISSISSIPPI. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John M. Allen, Tupelo. 
John C. Kyle, Sardis. 
Thomas C. Catchings, Vicksburg. 
Clarke Lewis, Macon. 



James N. Castle, Stillwater. 
Kittel Halvorson, North Fork. 



Edward C. Walthall, Grenada. 



Joseph H. Beeman, Eley. 
Thomas R. Stockdale, Summit. 
Charles E. Hooker, Jackson. 






1 Resigned September 3, 1892, to become judge of first judi- 
cial district of Maryland. 

- Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Henry Page, 
and took his seat December 5, 1892. 



3 Resigned March 3, 1893, having been elected Senator. 
« Died April 20, 1891. 

& Klected to fill vacancy caused by death of Melbourne H. 
Ford, and took his seat December 7,'l891. 



FIFTY-SECOND CONGRESS. 339 

MISSOURI. 

SENATORS. 

Francis M. Cockrell, Warrensbuig. George <i. Vest, Kansas City. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

William H. Hatch, Hannibal. John J. O'Neill, St. Louis. 

Charles H. Mansur, Chillicothe. Seth VV. Cobb, St. Louis. 

Alexander M. Dockery, Gallatin. Samuel Byrns, Potosi. 

Robert P. C. Wilson, Platte City. Richard P. Bland, Lebanon. 

John C. Tarsney, Kansas City. David A. De Armond, Butler. 

John T. Heard, Sedalia. Robert W. Fyan, Marshfield. 

Richard H. Norton, Troy. Marshall Arnold, Benton. 

MONTANA. 

SENATORS. 

Thomas C. Power, Helena. Wilbur F. Sanders, Helena. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

William W. Dixon, Butte City. 
NEBRASKA. 

SENATORS. 

Charles F. Manderson, Omaha. Algernon S. Paddcok, Beatrice. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

William J. Bryan, Lincoln. Omer M. Kem, Broken Bow. 

William A. McKeighan, Red Cloud. 

NEVADA. 

SENATORS. 

John P. Jones, Gold Hill. William M. Stewart, Carson City. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

Horace F. Bartine, Carson City. 
NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

SENATORS. 

William E. Chandler, Concord. Jacob H. Gallinger, Concord. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Luther F. McKinney, Manchester. Warren F. Daniell, Franklin. 

NEW JERSEY. 

SENATORS. 

John R. McPherson, Jersey City. Rufus Blodgett, Long Branch. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Christopher A. Bergen, Camden. Cornelius A. Cadmus, Paterson. 

James Buchannan, Trenton. Thomas D. English, Newark. 

Jacob A. Geissenhainer, Freehold. Edward F. McDonald, 1 Harrison. 
Samuel Fowler, Newton. 



■ Died November 5, 1892. 



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NEW YORK. 



Frank Hiscock, Syracuse. 



senators: 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



James W. Covert. Long Island City. 
David A. Boody, 1 Brooklyn. 
Alfred C. Chapin, 2 Brooklyn. 
William J. Coombs, Brooklyn. 
John M. Clancy, Brooklyn. 
Thomas F. Magner, Brooklyn. 
John R. Fellows, New York. 
Edward J. Dunphy, New York. 
Timothy J. Campbell, New York. 
Amos J. Cummings, New York. 
Francis B. Spinola, 3 New York. 
W. Bourke Cockran, 4 New York. 
J. De Witt Warner, New York. 
Roswell P. Flower, 6 New York. 
Joseph J. Little, 6 New York. 
Ashbel P. Fitch, New York. 
William G. Stahlnecker, Yonkers. 
Henry Bacon, Goshen. 
John H. Ketcham, Dover Plains. 



David B. Hill, Elmira. 

Isaac N. Cox, Ellenville. 
John A. Quackenbush, Stillwater. 
Charles Tracey, Albany. 
John Sanford, Amsterdam. 
John M. Wever, Plattsburg. 
Leslie W. Russell, 7 Ogdensburg. 
Newton M. Curtis, 8 Ogdensburg. 
Henry W. Bentley, Boonville. 
George Van Horn, Cooperstown. 
James J. Belden, Syracuse. 
George W. Ray, Norwich. 
Sereno E. Payne, Auburn. 
Hosea H. Rockwell, 9 Elmira. 
John Raines, Canandaigua. 
Halbert S. Greenleaf, Rochester. 
James W. Wadsworth, Geneseo. 
Daniel N. Lockwood, Buffalo. 
Thomas L. Bunting, Hamburg. 
Warren B. Hooker, Fredonia. 



NORTH CAROLINA. 

SENATORS. 

Matt W. Ransom, Weldon. Zebulon B. Vance, Charlotte. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 



William A. B. Branch, Washington. 
Henry P. Cheatham, Littleton. 
Benjamin F. Grady, Wallace. 
Benjamin H. Bunn, Rocky Mount. 
Archibald H. A. Williams, Oxford. 



Sydenham B. Alexander, Charlotte. 
John S. Henderson, Salisbury. 
William H. H. Cowles, Wilkesboro. 
William T. Crawford, Waynesville. 



NORTH DAKOTA. 

SENATORS. 

Lyman R. Casey, Jamestown. Henry C. Hansbrough, Devils Lake. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

Martin N. Johnson, Petersburg. 
OHIO. 



SENATORS. 



John Sherman, Mansfield. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Bellamy Storer, Cincinnati. 
John A. Caldwell, Cincinnati. 
George W. Houk, Dayton. 
Martin K. Gantz, Troy. 
Fernando C. Layton, Wapakoneta. 
Dennis D. Donovan, Deshler. 
William E. Haynes, Fremont. 
Darius D. Hare, Upper Sandusky. 
Joseph H. Outhwaite, Columbus. 
Robert E. Doan, Wilmington. 
John M. Pattison, Milford. 



Calvin S. Brice, Lima. 



William H. Enochs, Ronton. 
Irvine Dungan, Jackson. 
James W. Owens, Newark. 
Michael D. Harter, Mansfield. 
John G. Warwick, 10 Massillon. 
Lewis P. Ohliger," Wooster. 
Albert J. Pearson, Woodsfield. 
Joseph D. Taylor, Cambridge. 
Ezra B. Taylor, Warren. 
Vincent A. Taylor, Bedford. 
Tom L. Johnson, Cleveland. 






i Resigned October 13, 1891. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of David A. 
Boody, and took his seat December 7, 1891; resigned Novem- 
ber 16, 1892. 

3 Died April 13, 1891. 

* Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Francis B. 
Spinola, and took his seat December 7, 1891. 

6 Resigned September 16, 1891. 

« Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Roswell 
P. Flower, and took his seat December 7, 1891. 



7 Resigned September 11, 1891. 

9 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Leslie W. 
Russell, and took his seat December 7, 1891. 

o Election unsuccessfully contested by Henrv T. Noyes. 

io Died August 14, 1892. 

11 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of John G. War- 
wick, and took his seat December 5, 1892. 



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OREGON. 



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SENATORS. 



Joseph N. Dolph, Portland. 



John H. Mitchell, Portland. 



REPRESENTATIVE. 

Binger Hermann, Roseburg. 
PENNSYLVANIA. 



SENATORS. 



J. Donald Cameron, Harrisburg. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Henry H. Bingham, Philadelphia. 
Charles O'Neill, Philadelphia. 
William McAleer, Philadelphia. 
John E. Reyburn, Philadelphia. 
Alfred C. Harmer, Philadelphia. 
John B. Robinson, Media. 
Edwin Hallowell, Willow Grove. 
William Mutchler, Easton. 
David B. Brunner, Reading. 
Marriott Brosius, Lancaster. 
Lemuel Amerman, Scranton. 
George W. Shonk, 1 Plymouth. 
James B. Reilly, Pottsville. 
John W. Rife, Middletown. 
Myron B. Wright, Susquehanna. 



Mai (hew S. Quay, Beaver. 



Albert C. Hopkins, Lock Haven. 
Simon P. Wolverton, Sunbury. 
Louis E. Atkinson, MifHintown. 
Frank E. Beltzhoover, Carlisle. 
Edward Scull, Somerset. 
George F. Huff, Greensburg. 
John Dalzell, Pittsburgh. 
William A. Stone, Allegheny. 
Andrew Stewart, jr., 2 Uniontown. 
Alexander K. Craig, 3 Pittsburgh. 
William A. Sipe, 4 Pittsburgh. 
Eugene P. Gillespie, Greenville. 
Matthew Griswold, Erie. 
Charles W. Stone, Warren. 
George F. Kribbs, Clarion. 



RHODE ISLAND. 

SENATORS. 



Nelson W. Aldrich, Providence. 



Nathan F. Dixon, Westerly. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 

Oscar Lapham, Providence. Charles H. Page, Scituate. 



SOUTH CAROLINA. 

SENATORS. 



Matthew C. Butler, Edgefield. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William H. Brawley, Charleston. 
George D. Tillman, Clarks Hill. 
George Johnstone, Newberry. 
George W. Shell, Laurens. 



John L. M. Irby, Laurens. 



John J. Hemphill, Chester. 
Eli T. Stackhouse, 5 Little Rock. 
John L. McLaurin, 6 Marlboro county. 
William Elliott, Beaufort. 



SOUTH DAKOTA. 



SENATORS. 



Richard F. Pettigrew, Sioux Falls. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John R. Gamble, 7 Yankton. 
John L. Jolley, 8 Vermilion. 



James H. Kyle, Aberdeen. 



John A. Pickler, Faulkton. 



' Election unsuccessfully contested by John B. Reynolds. 

2 Served untd February 2(i, 1892; succeeded by Alexander 
K. Craig, who contested his election. 

s Successfully contested the election of Andrew Stewart, 
and took his seat February 20, 1S92; died July 29, 1892. 

* Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Alexander K. 
Craig, and took his seat December 5, 1892. 



6 Died June 14, 1892. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Eli T. Stack- 
house, and took his seat December 5, 1892. 

' Died August 14, 1891. 

» Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of John R. 
Gamble, and took his seat December 7, 1891. 



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Isham G. Harris, Memphis. 



TENNESSEE. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



Alfred A. Taylor, Johnson City. 
Leonidas C. Houk, 1 Knoxville. 
John C. Houk, 2 Knoxville. 
Henry C. Snodgrass, Sparta. 
Benton McMillin, Carthage. 
James D. Richardson, Murfreesboro. 



William B. Bate, Nashville. 



Joseph E. Washington, Cedar Hill. 
Nicholas N. Cox, Franklin. 
Benjamin A. Enloe, Jackson. 
Rice A. Pierce, Union City. 
Josiah Patterson, Memphis. 



Richard Coke, Waco. 



TEXAS. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



Charles Stewart, Houston. 
John B. Long, Rusk. 
Constantine B. Kilgore, Wills Point. 
David B. Culberson, Jefferson. 
Joseph W. Bailey, Gainesville. 
Jo Abbott, Hillsboro. 



John H. Reagan, 3 Palestine. 
Horace Chilton, 4 Tyler. 
Roger Q. Mills, 5 Corsicana. 



William H. Crain, Cuero. 
Littleton W. Moore, La Grange. 
Roger Q. Mills, 6 Corsicana. 
E. Le Roy Antony, 7 Cameron. 
Joseph D. Savers, Bastrop. 
Samuel W. T. Lanham, Weatherford. 



VERMONT. 

SENATORS. 



George F. Edmumnds, s Burlington. 
Redfield Proctor, 9 Procter. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



H. Henry Powers, Morrisville. 



Juston S. Morrill, Strafford. 



William W. Grout, Barton. 



John W. Daniel, Lynchburg. 



VIRGINIA. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



William A. Jones, Warsaw. 
John W. Lawson, Isle of Wight. 
George D. Wise, Richmond. 
James F. Epes, Blackstone. 
Posey G. Lester, Floyd. 
Paul C. Edmunds, Halifax. 



John S. Barbour, 10 Alexandria. 
Eppa Hunton, 11 Warrenton. 



Charles T. O'Ferrall, Harrisonburg. 
William H. F. Lee, 12 Burkes Station. 
Elisha E. Meridith, 13 Brentsville. 
John A. Buchanan, Abingdon. 
H. St. George Tucker, Staunton. 



WASHINGTON. 

SENATORS. 

John B. Allen, Walla Walla. Watson C. Squire, Seattle. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

John L. Wilson, Spokane. 



i Died May 25, 1891. 

2 Elected to fill the vacancy caused by death of Leonidas 
C. Houk, and took his seat December 7, 1891. 

3 Resigned June 10, 1891. 

* Appointed to fill vacancy caused by resignation of John 
R. Reagan, and took his seat December 7, 1S91. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of John II. 
Reagan, and took his seat March 30, 1892. 

8 Resigned March 28, 1892, having been elected Senator. 

7 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Roger Q. 
Mills, and took his seat July 28, 1892. 



» Resigned November 1, 1891. 

9 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of George F. 
Edmunds, and took his seat December 7, 1891. 

io Died May 14, 1892. 

11 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by death of John S. 
Barbour, and took his seat June 1, 1892; subsequently elected. 

'2 Died October 15, 1891. 

i» Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of William H. 
F. Lee, and took his seat December 7, 1891. 






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WEST VIRGINIA. 



SENATORS. 



Charles J. Fau"Lkner, Martinsburg. John E. Kenna, 1 Charleston. 

Johnson N. Camden, 2 Parkersburg. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

John O. Pendleton, Wheeling. John I). Alderson, Nicholas. 

William L. Wilson, Charlestown. James Capehart, Point Pleasant. 

WISCONSIN. 

SENATORS. 

Philetus Sawyer, Oshkosh. William F. Vilas, Madison. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Clinton Babbitt, Beloit. Lucas M. Miller, Oshkosh. 

Charles Barwig, Mayville. Frank P. Coburn, West Salem. 

Allen R. Bushnell, Madison. Nils P. Haugen, River Falls. 

John L. Mitchell, 3 Milwaukee. Thomas Lynch, Antigo. 
George H. Brickner, Sheboygan Falls. 

WYOMING. 

SENATORS. 

Joseph M. Carey, Cheyenne. Francis E. Warren, Cheyenne. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

Clarence P. Clark, Evanston. 
TERRITORY OF ARIZONA. 

DELEGATE. 

Marcus A. Smith, Tombstone. 
TERRITORY OF NEW MEXICO. 

DELEGATE. 

Antonio Joseph, Ojo Caliente. 
TERRITORY OF OKLAHOMA. 

DELEGATE. 

David A. Harvey, Oklahoma City. 
TERRITORY OF UTAH. 

DELEGATE. 

John T. Caine, Salt Lake City. 

i Died January 11, 1S93. * Resigned March 3, 1893, having been elected Senator. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of John P3. Kenna, 
and took his seat January 2S, 1893. 



FIFTY-THIRD CONGRESS. 



MARCH 4, 1893, TO MARCH 3, 1895. 



FIRST SESSION— August 7, 1893, to November 3, 1S93. SECOND SESSION— December 
4, 1893, to August 28, 1894. THIRD SESSION— December 3, 1894, to March 3, 1895. 
SPECIAL SESSION OF THE SENATE— March 4, 1893, to April 15, 1893. 



VICE-PRESIDENT— Adlai E. Stevenson, of Illinois. PRESIDENTS OF THE SENATE PRO 
TEMPORE — Charles F. Manderson, ' of Nebraska ; Isham G. Harris, 2 of Tennessee ; Matt W. Ransom, 3 
of North Carolina. SECRETARY OF THE SENATE— William R. Cox, 4 of North Carolina. 

SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE— Charles L. Crisp, of Georgia. CLERK OF THE HOUSE— James 
Kerr, of Pennsylvania. 



ALABAMA. 



John T. Morgan, Selma. 

Richard H. Clarke, Mobile. 
Jesse F. Stallings, Greenville. 
William C. Oates, 5 Abbeville. 
George P. Harrison, 6 Opelika. 
Gaston A. Robbins, Selma. 
James E. Cobb, 7 Tuskegee. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



James L. Push, Eufaula. 



John H. Bankhead, Fayette. 
William H. Denson, Gadsden. 
Joseph Wheeler, Wheeler. 
Louis W. Turpin, Newbern. 



James K. Jones, Washington. 



ARKANSAS. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Philip D. McCulloch, jr.,Marianna. 
Clifton R. Breckinridge, 8 Pine Bluff. 
John S. Little, 9 Greenwood. 
Thomas C. McRae, Prescott. 



James H. Berry, Bentonville. 



William L. Terry, Little Rock. 
Hugh A. Dinsmore, Fayetteville. 
Robert Neill, Batesville. 



CALIFORNIA. 



SENATORS. 



Leland Stanford, 10 San Francisco. 
George C. Perkins," Oakland. 



Stephen M. White, Los Angeles. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Thomas J. Geary, Santa Rosa. 
Anthony Caminetti, Jackson. 
Samuel G. Hilborn, 12 Oakland. 
Warren B. English, 13 Oakland. 
James G. Maguire, San Francisco. 



Eugene F. Loud, San Francisco. 
Marion Cannon, Ventura. 
William W. Bowers, San Diego. 



1 Resigned as President pro tempore March 22, 1S93. 

2 Elected March 22, 1893, to fill vacancy caused by resigna- 
tion of Charles F. Manderson, and January 10, 1895, to fill 
vacancy caused by resignation of Matt W. Ransom as Presi- 
dent pro tempore. 

a Elected January 7, 1S95; resigned as President pro tem- 
pore January 10, 1895. 

* Elected April 6, 1893. 

'■ Resigned August 28, 1894. 

« Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of William C. 
Oates, and took his seat December 3, 1894. 

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7 Election unsuccessfully contested by W. W.Whatley. 
» Resigned August 14, 1894. 

9 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Clifton R. 
Breckinridge, and took his seat December 3, 1S94. 

10 Died June 21, 1S93. 

11 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Leland Stanford, 
and took his seat August 8, 1893. 

i 2 Served until April 4, 1894; succeeded by Warren B. 
English, who contested his election. 

13 Successfully contested the election of Samuel G. Hilborn, 
and took his seat April 4, 1894. 



FIFTY-THIRD CONGRESS. 
COLORADO. 

SENATORS. 



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Henry M. Teller, Central City. 



Lafe Pence, Denver. 



Orville H. Piatt, Meriden. 



Lewis S perry, Hartford. 
James P. Pigott, New Haven. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 

CONNECTICUT. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 

DELAWARE. 

SENATORS. 



Edward O. Wolcott, Denver. 
John C. Bell, Montrose. 

Joseph R. Hawley, Hartford. 



Charles A. Russell, Killingly. 
Robert E. DeForest, Bridgeport. 



George Gray, New Castle. 



Anthony Higgins, Wilmington. 



REPRESENTATIVE. 

John W. Causey, Milford. 
FLORIDA. 

SENATORS. 



Wilkinson Call, Jacksonville. 



REPRESENTATIV IS. 



Stephen R. Mallory, Pensacola. 



Alfred H. Colquitt, 1 Atlanta. 
Patrick Walsh, 2 Augusta. 



GEORGIA. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Rufus E. Lester, Savannah. 
Benjamin E. Russell, Bainbridge. 
Charles F. Crisp, Americus. 
Charles L. Moses, Turin. 
Leonidas F. Livingston, Kings. 
Thomas B. Cabaniss, Forsyth. 



IDAHO. 

SENATORS. 



George L. Shoup, Salmon City. 



Samuel Pasco, Monticello. 

( harles M. Cooper, Jacksonville. 

John B. Gordon, Atlanta. 



John W. Maddox, Rome. 
Thomas G. Lawson, Eatonton. 
Farish C. Tate, Jasper. 
James C. C. Black, 3 Augusta. 
Henry G. Turner, Quitman. 



Fred T. Dubois, Blackfoot. 



Shelby M. Cullom, Springfield. 



REPRESENTATIVE. 

Willis Sweet, Moscow. 

ILLINOIS. 

SENATORS. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 



J. McAuley Palmer, Springfield. 



J. Frank Aldrich, Chicago. 
Lawrence E. McGann, Chicago. 
Allan C. Durborow, jr., Chicago. 
Julius Goldzier, Chicago. 
Albert J. Hopkins, Aurora. 



Robert R. Hitt, Mount Morris. 
Thomas J. Henderson, Princeton. 
Robert A. Childs, Hinsdale. 
Hamilton K. Wheeler, Kankakee 
Philip S. Post, 4 Galesburg. 



i Died March 26, 1S94. 

2 Appointed to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Al- 
fred II. Colquitt, and took his seat April 9, 1894. 



3 Election unsuccessfully contested by Thomas E. Watson. 
< Died January ('., 1895. 



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Benjamin F. Marsh, Warsaw. 
John J. McDannold, Mount Sterling. 
William M. Springer, Springfield. 
Benjamin F. Funk, Bloomington. 
Joseph G. Cannon, Danville. 
George W. Fithian, Newton. 



Edward Lane, Hillsboro; 
William S. Forman, Nashville. 
James R. Williams, Carmi. 
George W. Smith, Murphysboro. 
John C. Black, 1 Chicago. 
Andrew J. Hunter, Paris. 



INDIANA. 



SENATORS. 



-Daniel W. Voorhees, Terre Haute. 



David Turpie, Indianapolis. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Arthur H. Taylor, Indianapolis. 
John L. Bretz, Jasper. 
Jason B. Brown, Seymour. 
William S. Holman, Aurora. 
George W. Cooper, Columbus. 
Henry U. Johnson, Richmond. 
William D. Bynum, Indianapolis. 



Elijah V. Brookshire, Crawfordsville. 
Dan Waugh, Tipton. 
Thomas Hammond, Hammond. 
Augustus N. Martin, Bluffton. 
William F. McNagny, Columbia City. 
Charles G. Conn, Elkhart. 



IOWA. 



William B. Allison, Dubuque. 



SENATORS. 



REPRE SE NT ATI VE S . 



John H. Gear, Burlington. 
Walter I. Hayes, Clinton. 
David B. Henderson, Dubuque. 
Thomas Updegraff, McGregor. 
Robert G. Cousins, Tipton. 
John F. Lacey, Oskaloosa. 



James F. Wilson, Fairfield. 



John A. T. Hull, Des Moines. 
William P. Hepburn, Clarinda. 
Alva L. Hager, Greenfield. 
Jonathan P. Dolliver, Fort Dodge. 
George D. Perkins, Sioux City. 



KANSAS. 



William A. Peffer, Topeka. 



Case Broderick, Holton. 
Edward H. Funston, 3 Iola. 
Horace L. Moore, 4 Lawrence. 
Thomas J. Hudson, Fredonia. 
Charles Curtis, Topeka. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John Martin, 2 Topeka. 



John Davis, Junction City. 
William Baker, Lincoln. 
Jerry Simpson, Medicine Lodge. 
William A. Harris, Linwood. 



KENTUCKY. 



SENATORS. 



Joseph C. S. Blackburn, Versailles. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William J. Stone, Kuttawa. 
William T. Ellis, Owensboro. 
Isaac H. -Goodnight, Franklin. 
Alexander B. Montgomery, Elizabeth- 
town. 
Asher G. Caruth, Louisville. 
Albert S. Berry, Newport. 



William Lindsay, Frankfort. 



William C. P. Breckinridge, Lexington. 
James B. McCreary, Richmond. 
Thomas H. Paynter, 5 Greenup. 
Marcus C. Lisle, 6 Winchester. 
William M. Beckner," Winchester. 
Silas Adams, Liberty. 



i Resigned January 12, 1895. 

* Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Preston B . 
Plumb, in' preceding Congress, and took bis seat March 4, 
1893 (special session of the Senate); election unsuccessfully 
contested by Joseph W. Ady. 

s Served until August 2, 1894; succeeded by Horace L. 
Moore, who contested his election. 



* Successfully contested the election of Edward H. Funston, 
and took his seat August 2, 1894. 

* Resigned January 3, 1895. 
« Died July 7, 1894. 

» Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Marcus C. Lisle, 
and took his seat December 3, 1S94. 



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LOUISIANA. 



Donelson Caffery, Franklin. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Adolph Meyer, New Orleans. 
Robert C. Davey, New Orleans. 
Andrew Price, Thibodeaux. 
Newton C. Blanchard, 3 Shreveport. 



Edward D. White, 1 New Orleans. 
Newton C. Blanchard, 2 Shreveport. 



Henry W. Ogden, 4 Benton. 
Charles J. Boatner, Monroe. 
Samuel M. Robertson, Baton Rouge. 



MAINE. 



Eugene Hale, Ellsworth. 

Thomas B. Reed, Portland. 
Nelson Dingley, jr., Lewiston. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William P. Frye, Lewiston. 



Seth L. Milliken, Belfast. 
Charles A. Boutelle, Bangor. 



MARYLAND. 



Arthur Pue Gorman, Laurel. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Robert F. Bratton, 5 Princess Anne. 
W. Laird Henry, 6 Cambridge. 
J. Frederick C. Talbott, Towson. 
Harry W. Rusk, Baltimore. 



Charles H. Gibson, Easton. 

Isidor Rayner, Baltimore. 
Barnes Compton, 7 Laurel. 
Charles E. Coffin, s Muirkirk. 
William M. McKaig, Cumberland. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 



SENATORS. 



George F. Hoar, Worcester. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Ashley B. Wright, North Adams. 
Frederick H. Gillett, Springfield. 
Joseph H. Walker, Worcester. 
Lewis D. Apsley, Hudson. 
Moses T. Stevens, North Andover. 
William Cogswell, Salem. 
William Everett, 9 Quincy. 



MICHIGAN. 



Henry Cabot Lodge, Nahant. 



Samuel W. McCall, Winchester. 
Joseph H. O'Neil, Boston, 
Michael J. McEttrick, Boston. 
William F. Draper, Hopedale. 
Elijah A. Morse, Canton. 
Charles S. Randall, New Bedford. 



SENATORS. 



Francis B. Stockbridge, 1 " Kalamazoo. 
John Patton, jr., 11 Grand Rapids. 
Julius C. Burrows, 1 - Kalamazoo. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



J. Logan Chipman, 13 Detroit. 

Levi T. Griffin, 14 Detroit. 

James S. Gorman, Chelsea. 

Julius C. Burrows, 15 Kalamazoo. 

Henry F. Thomas, Allegan. 

George F. Richardson, 10 Grand Rapids. 

David D. Aitken, Flint. 



James McMillan, Detroit. 



Justin R. Whiting, St. Clair. 
William S. Linton, Saginaw. 
John W. Moon, Muskegon. 
Thomas A. E. Weadock, Bay City. 
John Avery, Greenville. 
Samuel M. Stephenson, Menominee. 



1 Resigned March 12, 1S94. to become Associate Justice of 
the United States Supreme Court. 

2 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by resignation of 
Edward D. White, and took liis seat March 12, 1894; subse- 
quently elected. 

a Resigned March 12, 1S94, having been elected Senator. 

* Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Newton C. 
Blanchard, and took his seat May 12, 1894. 

'Died May 10. 1894. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Robert F. 
Bratton, and took his seat "December 3, 1894. 

' Resigned May 12, 1894. 

8 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Barnes 
Compton, and took his seat December'3, 1894. 



9 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Henry 
Cabot Lodge, in preceding Congress, and took his seat August 
7. 1893. 
"Died April 30, 1S94. 

11 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by death of Francis B. 
Stockbridge. and took his seat May 1(1. 1894. 

12 Elected to fill vacancy caused liy death of Francis B. Stock- 
bridge, and took his seat January 23, 1895. 

"Died August 17, 1893. 

"Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of J. Logan Chip- 
man, and took his seat December 4, 1893. 
Vj Resigned January 23, 1895, having been elected Senator, 
is Election unsuccessfully contested by Charles E. Belknap. 



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Cushman, K. Davis, St. Paul 



James A. Tawney, Winona. 
James T. McCleary, Mankato. 
Osee M. Hall, Red Wing. 
Andrew R. Kiefer, St. Paul. 



James Z. George, Carrollton. 



MINNESOTA. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



MISSISSIPPI. 

SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John M. Allen, Tupelo. 
John C. Kyle, Sardis. 
Thomas C. Catchings, Vicksburg. 
H. De Soto Money, Carrollton. 



William D. Washburn, Minneapolis. 



Loren Fletcher, Minneapolis. 
Melvin R. Baldwin, Duluth. 
Haldor E. Boen, Fergus Falls. 



Edward C. Walthall, 1 Grenada. 
Anselm J. McLaurin, 2 Brandon. 



John S. Williams, Yazoo. 
Thomas R. Stockdale, Summit. 
Charles E. Hooker, Jackson. 



MISSOURI. 



SENATORS. 



Francis M. Cockrell, Warrensburg. 



REPRE SE NTATIVE S . 



William H. Hatch, Hannibal. 
Uriel S. Hall, Hubbard. 
Alexander M. Dockery, Gallatin. 
Daniel D. Burnes, St. Joseph. 
John C. Tarsney, Kansas City. 
David A. De Armond, Butler. 
John T. Heard, Sedalia. 
Richard P. Bland, Lebanon. 



George G. Vest, Kansas City. 



Champ Clark, Bowling Green. 
Richard Bartholdt, St. Louis. 
Charles F. Joy, 3 St. Louis. 
John J. O'Neill, 4 St. Louis. 
Seth W. Cobb, St. Louis. 
Robert W. Fyan, Marshfield. 
Marshall Arnold, Benton. 
Charles H. Morgan, Lamar. 



MONTANA. 



SENATORS. 



Thomas C. Power, Helena. 



Lee Mantle, 5 Butte City. 



REPRESENTATIVE. 

Charles S. Hartman, Bozeman. 
NEBRASKA. 



SENATORS. 



Charles F. Manderson, Omaha. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William J. Bryan, Lincoln. 
David H. Mercer, Omaha. 
George D. Meiklejohn, Fullerton. 



William V. Allen, Madison. 



Eugene J. Hainer, Aurora. 
William A. McKeighan, Red Cloud. 
Omer M. Kem, Broken Bow. 



NEVADA. 



SENATORS. 



John P. Jones, Gold Hill. 



William M. Stewart, Carson City. 



REPRESENTATIVE . 

Francis G. Newlands, Reno. 



' "Resigned January 24, 1894. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused byresignation of Edward C. 
Walthall, and took his seat February 15, 1894. 

s Served until April 3, 1S94; succeeded by John J. O'Neill, 
who contested his election. 

' Successfully contested the election of Charles F. Joy, and 
took his seat April 3, 1894. 



5 Appointed to fill vacancy in the term commencing March 
4, 1893, owing to failure of legislature to elect; credentials pre- 
sented March9, 1893 (special session of the SenateJ; on August 
28, 1893, the Senate decided he was not entitled to a seat; sub- 
sequently elected and took his seat February 2, 1895; State 
unrepresented in this class from March 4, 1893, to January 16, 
1895. 



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NEW HAMPSHIRE. 



SENATORS. 

William E. Chandler, Concord. Jacob H. Gallinger, Concord. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 



Henry W. Blair, Campion. 



Ilenry M. Baker, Bow. 



NEW JERSEY. 



SENATORS. 



John R. McPherson, Jersey City. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Henry C. Loudenslager, Paulsboro. 
John J. Gardner, Atlantic City. 
Jacob A. Geissenhainer, Freehold. 
Johnston Cornish, Washington. 



James Smith, jr., Newark. 



Cornelius A. Cadmus, Paterson. 
Thomas D. English, Newark. 
George B. Fielder, Jersey City. 
John T. Dunn, Elizabeth. 



NEW YORK. 



David B. Hill, Albany. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



James W. Covert, Long Island City. 
John M. Clancy, Brooklyn. 
Joseph C. Hendrix, Brooklyn. 
William G. Coombs, Brooklyn. 
John H. Graham, Brooklyn. 
Thomas F. Magner, Brooklyn. 
Franklin Bartlett, New York. 
Edward J. Dunphy, New York. 
Timothy J. Campbell, New York. 
Daniel E. Sickles, New York. 
Amos J. Cummings, 1 New Y'ork. 
W. Bourke Cockran, New Y'ork. 
John DeWitt Warner, New York. 
John R. Fellows, 2 New York. 
Lemuel E. Quigg, 3 New York. 
Ashbel P. Fitch, 4 New Y'ork. 
Isidor Straus, 5 New Y'ork. 
William Ryan, Port Chester. 



Edward Murphy, jr., Troy. 

Francis Marvin, Port Jervis. 
Jacob Le Fever, New Paltz. 
Charles D. Haines, Kinderhook. 
Charles Tracey, Albany. 
Simon J. Shermerhorn, Schenectady. 
Newton M. Curtis, Ogdensburg. 
John M. Wever, Plattsburg. 
Charles A. Chickering, Copenhagen. 
James S. Sherman, Utica. 
George W. Ray, Norwich. 
James J. Belden, Syracuse. 
Serano E. Payne, Auburn. 
Charles W. Gillet, Addison. 
James W. Wadsworth, Geneseo. 
John Van Voorhis, Rochester. 
Daniel N. Lockwood, Buffalo. 
Charles Daniels, Buffalo. 
Warren B. Hooker, Fredonia. 



NORTH CAROLINA. 



Matt W. Ransom, Weldon. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William A. B. Branch, Washington. 
Fred A. Woodard, Wilson. 
Benjamn F. Grady, Wallace. 
Benjamin H. Bunn, Rocky Mount. 
Thomas Settle, Reidsville. 



Zebulon B. Vance, 6 Charlotte. 
Thomas J. Jarvis, 7 Greenville. 
Jeter C. Pritchard, 8 Madison. 



Sydenham B. Alexander, Charlotte. 
John S. Henderson, Salisbury. 
William H. Bower, Yadkin Valley. 
William T. Crawford, Wavnesville. 



NORTH DAKOTA. 

SENATORS. 

Henry C. Hansbrough, Devils Lake. William N. Roach, Larimor: 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

Martin N. Johnson, Petersburg. 



1 Resigned November 21, 1894. 

2 Resigned December 22, 1893. 

3 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of John R. 
Fellows, and took his seat February 14, 1894. 

< Resigned December 26, 1893. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Ashbel P. 
Fitch, and took his seat February 14, 1894. 



« Died April 14, 1894. 

7 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by death of Zebulon B. 
Vance, and took his seat April 26, 1894. 

8 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Zebulon P. 
Vance, and took his seat January 24, 1895. 



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OHIO. 



SENATORS. 



John Sherman, Mansfield. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Bellamy Storer, Cincinnati. 
John A. Caldwell, 1 Cincinnati. 
Jacob H. Bromwell, 2 Cincinnati. 
George W. Houk, 3 Dayton. 
Paul J. Sorg, 4 Middletown. 
Fernando C. Layton, Wapakoneta. 
Dennis D. Donovan, Deshler. 
George W. Hulick, Batavia. 
George W. Wilson, London. 
Luther M. Strong, Kenton. 
Byron F. Ritchie, Toledo. 
William H. Enochs, 5 Ironton. 
Hezekiah S. Bundy, 6 Wellston. 



Calvin S. Brice, Lima. 



Charles H. Grosvenor, Athens. 
Joseph H. Outhwaite, Columbus. 
Darius D. Hare, Upper Sandusky . 
Michael D. Harter, Mansfield. 
Henry C. Van Voorhis, Zanesville. 
Albert J. Pearson, Woodsfield. 
James A. D. Richards, New Philadel- 
phia. 
George P. Ikirt, East Liverpool. 
Stephen A. Northway, Jefferson. 
William J. White, Cleveland. 
Tom L. Johnson, Cleveland. 



John H. Mitchell, Portland. 



OREGON. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Joseph N. Dolph, Portland. 



Binger Hermann, Roseburg. William R. Ellis, Heppner. 

PENNSYLVANIA. 



SENATORS. 



J. Donald Cameron, Harrisburg. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Henry H. Bingham, Philadelphia. 
Charles O'Neill, 7 Philadelphia. 
Robert Adams, jr., s Philadelphia. 
William McAleer, Philadelphia. 
John E. Reyburn, Philadelphia. 
Alfred C. Harmer, Philadelphia. 
John. B. Robinson, Media. 
Irving P. Wanger, Norristown. 
William Mutchler, 9 Easton. 
Howard Mutchler, 10 Easton. 
Constantine J. Erdman, Allentown. 
Mariott Brosius, Lancaster. 
Joseph A. Scran ton, Scran ton. 
William H. Hines, Wilkes-Barre. 
James B. Reilly, Pottsville. 
Ephraim M. Woomer, Lebanon. 



Matthew S. Quay, Beaver. 



Myron B. Wright, 11 Susquehanna. 
Edwin J. Jorden, 12 Coudersport. 
Albert C. Hopkins, Lock Haven. 
Simon P. Wolverton, Sunbury. 
Thaddeus M. Mahon, Chambersburg. 
Frank E. Beltzhoover, Carlisle. 
Josiah D. Hicks, Altoona. 
Daniel B. Heiner, Kittanning. 
John Dalzell, Pittsburgh. 
William A. Stone, Allegheny. 
William A. Sipe, Pittsburgh. 
Thomas W. Phillips, New Castle. 
Joseph C. Sibley, Franklin. 
Charles W. Stone, Warren. 
George F. Kribbs, Clarion. 
Alexander McDowell, Sharon. 
William Lilly, 13 Mauch Chunk. 
Galusha A. Grow, 14 Glen wood. 



RHODE ISLAND. 



SENATORS. 

Nelson W. Aldrich, Providence. Nathan F. Dixon, Westerly. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Oscar Lapham, Providence. 



1 Resigned May 1, 1804. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of John A. 
Caldwell, and took his seat December 3, 1894. 

3 Died February 9, 1894. 

' Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of George W. 
Houk, and took his seat May 21, 1S94. 

* Died July 13, 1893. 

« Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of William II. 
Enochs, and took his seat December 4, 1893. 

» Died November 25, 1893. 

8 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Charles 
O'Neill, and took his seat January 3, 1894. 



9 Died June 23, 1S93. 

10 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of William 
Mutchler, and took his seat August 7, 1893. 

" Died November 13, 1894. 

12 Elected to fill vacancv caused by death of Mvron B. 
Wright, and took his seat February 23, 1895. 

» Died December 1, 1893. 

" Elected to fill vacancy caused by death, of William Lilly, 
and took his seat March 2, 1894. 



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351 



SOUTH CAROLINA. 

SENATORS. 



Matthew C. Butler, Edgefield. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William H. Brawley, 1 Charleston. 
James F. Izlar, 2 Orangeburg. 
W. Jasper Talbert, Parksville. 
Asbuiy C. Latimer, Belton. 



John L. M. Irl>y, Laurens. 



George W. Shell, Laurens. 
Thomas J. Strait, Lancaster. 
John L. McLaurin, Marlboro county. 
George W. Murray, Rembert. 



SOUTH DAKOTA. 

SENATORS. 

Richard F. Pettigrew, Sioux Falls. James H. Kyle, Aberdeen. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

John A. Pickler, Faulkton. William V. Lucas, Hot Springs. 

TENNESSEE. 



Isham G. Harris, Memphis. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Alfred A. Taylor, Johnson City. 
John C. Houk, Knoxville. 
Henry C. Snodgrass, Sparta. 
Benton McMillin, Carthage. 
James D. Richardson, Murfreesboro. 



William B. Bate, Nashville. 



Joseph E. Washington, Cedar Hill. 
Nicholas N. Cox, Franklin. 
Benjamin A. Enloe, 3 Jackson. 
James C. McDearmon, Trenton. 
Josiah Patterson, Memphis. 



TEXAS. 



SENATORS. 

Richard Coke, Waco. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Joseph C. Hutcheson, Houston. 
Sam B. Cooper, Woodville. 
Constantine B. Kilgore, Wills Point. 
David B. Culberson, Jefferson. 
Joseph W. Bailey, Gainesville. 
Jo Abbott, Hillsboro. 
George C. Pendleton, Belton. 

VERMONT. 



Roger Q. Mills, Corsicana. 



Charles K. Bell, Fort Worth. 
Joseph D. Sayers, Bastrop. 
Walter Gresham, Galveston. 
William H. Crain, Cuero. 
Thomas M. Paschal, Castro ville. 
Jeremiah V. Cockrell, Anson. 



Justin S. Morrill, Strafford. 



H. Henry Powers, Morrisville. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



VIRGINIA. 



Redfield Proctor, Proctor. 
William W. Grout, Barton. 



John W. Daniel, Lynchburg. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William A. Jones, Warsaw. 

D.Gardiner Tyler, Charles City county. 

George D. Wise, Richmond. 

James F. Epes, Blackstone. 

Claude A. Swanson, Chatham. 

Paul C. Edmunds, Halifax Court House. 



Eppa Httnton, Warrenton. 



Charles T. O'Ferrall, 4 Harrisonburg. 
Smith S. Turner, 5 Front Royal. 
Elisha E. Meredith, Brentsville. 
James W. Marshall, New Castle. 
Henry St. George Tucker, Staunton. 



1 Resigned February 12, 1894. 

'Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of William II. 
Brawley, and took his seat April 15. 1894. 
a Election unsuccessfully contested by P. II. Thrasher. 



* Resigned December 28,1893. 

,j Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Charles T. 
O'Ferrall, and took his seat February 12, 1894. 



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CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY. 



Watson C. Squire, Seattle. 
John L. Wilson, 3 Spokane. 



WASHINGTON. 

SENATORS. 1 
REPRESENTATIVES. 

WEST VIRGINIA. 



John L. Wilson, 2 Spokane. 



William H. Doolittle, Tacoma. 



SENATORS. 

Charles J. Faulkner, Martinsburg. Johnson N. Camden, Parkersburg. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 



John O. Pendleton, Wheeling. 
William L. Wilson, Charlestown. 



William F. Vilas, Madison. 



WISCONSIN. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Henry A. Cooper, Racine. 

Charles Barwig, Mayville. 

Joseph W. Babcock, Necedah. 

Peter J. Somers, 4 Milwaukee. 

George H. Brickner, Sheboygan Falls. 

Owen A. Wells, Fond du Lac. 



WYOMING. 



SENATORS. 



Joseph M. Carey, Cheyenne. 



John D. Alderson, Nicholas. 
James Capehart, Mason county. 



John L. Mitchell, Milwaukee. 



George B. Shaw, 5 Eau Claire. 
Michael Griffin, 6 Eau Claire. 
Lyman E. Barnes, Appleton. 
Thomas Lynch, Antigo. 
Nils P. Haugen, River Falls. 



Clarence D. Clark, 7 Evanston. 



REPRESENTATIVE. 

Henry A. Coffeen, Sheridan. 
TERRITORY OF ARIZONA. 

DELEGATE. 

Marcus A. Smith, Tombstone. 
TERRITORY OF NEW MEXICO. 

DELEGATE. 

Antonio Joseph, Ojo Caliente. 
TERRITORY OF OKLAHOMA. 

DELEGATE. 

Dennis T. Flynn, Guthrie. 
TERRITORY OF UTAH. 

DELEGATE. 

Joseph L. Rawlins, Salt Lake City. 



■John B. Allen was appointed to fill vacancy in the term 
commencing March 4, 1393, the legislature having met and 
adjourned without electing his successor; credentials pre- 
sented March 20, 1893 (special session of the Senate), but he 
was not permitted to qualify; on August 28, 1893, the Senate 
decided ne was not entitled to the seat. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy in the term commencing March 4, 
1893, and took his seat February 19, 1895; vacancy in this class 
from March 1, 1893, to February 1. 1895. 

a Resigned February 18, 1895, having been elected Senator. 

• Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of John L. 
Mitchell, in preceding Congress, and took his seat. August 27, 
1893. 



' Died August 27. 1894. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of George B. Shaw, 
and took his seat December 3, 1894. 

» Elected to fill vacancy in the term commencing March 4, 
1893, and took his seat February 6. 1895. Asahel C. Beckwith 
was appointed to fill such vacancy, and his credentials were 
presented March 15, 1893 (special session of the Senate), but did 
not qualify or take his seat; resigned July 11, 1893; State un- 
represented in this class from March 4, 1893, to January 23, 
1895. 



FIFTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. 



MARCH 4, 1895, TO MARCH 3, 1897. 



FIRST SESSION— December 2, 1895, to June 11, 1896. SECOND SESSION— December 7. 

1896, to March 2, 1897. 



VICE PRESIDENT— Adlai E. Stevenson, of Illinois. PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE PRO 
TEMPORE— William P. Frye, 1 of Maine. SECRETARY OF THE SENATE— William R. Cox, of 
North Carolina. 

SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE Thomas B. Reed, of Maine. CLERK OF THE HOUSE— 
Alexander McDowell, of Pennsylvania. 



ALABAMA. 



John T. Morgan, Selma. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Richard H. Clarke, Mobile. 
Jesse F. Stallings, Greenville. 
George P. Harrison, 2 Opelika. 
Gaston A. Robbins, 3 Dallas County. 
William F. Aldrich, 4 Aldrich. 
James E. Cobb, 5 Tuskegee. 



James L. Pugh, Eufaula. 

Albert T. Goodwyn, 6 Robinson Springs. 
John H. Bankhead, Fayette. 
Milford W. Howard, Fort Payne. 
Joseph Wheeler, Wheeler. 
Oscar W. Underwood, 7 Birmingham. 
Truman H. Aldrich, 8 Birmingham. 



ARKANSAS. 



James K. Jones, Washington. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Philip D. McCulloch, jr., Marianna. 
John S. Little, Greenwood. 
Thomas C. McRae, Prescott. 



James H. Berry, Bentonville. 



William L. Terry, Little Rock. 
Hugh A. Dinsmore, Fayetteville. 
Robert Neill, Batesville. 



CALIFORNIA. 



SENATORS. 



Stephen M. White, Los Angeles. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 

John A. Barham, Santa Rosa. 
Grove L. Johnson, Sacramento. 
Samuel G. Hilborn, Oakland. 
James G. Maguire, San Francisco. 



George C. Perkins, Oakland. 



Eugene F. Loud, San Francisco. 
James McLachlan, Pasadena. 
William W. Bowers, San Diego. 



i Elected February 7, 1896. 

-Election unsuccessfully contested by W. C. Robinson. 

3 Served until March 13, 1896; succeeded by "William F. 
Aldrich who contested his election. 

* Successfully contested the election of Gaston A. Robbins, 
and took his seat March 13 1896. 

s Served until April 21. 1896; succeeded by Albert T. Good- 
wyn, who contested hij election. 

50346°— S. Doe. 654. 61-2 1':; 



Successfully contested the election of James E. Cobb, and 
took his seat April 22, 1896. 

'Served until June 9, 1896; succeeded by Truman H. 
Aldrich, who contested his election. 

8 Successfully contested t he election of Oscar W. Underwood, 
and took his seat June 9, 1S90. 



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354 



CONGRESSIONAL DIBECTOBY. 
COLORADO. 



SENATORS. 

Henry M. Teller, Central City. Edward O. Wolcott, Denver. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

John F. Shafrotk, Denver. John C. Bell, Montrose. 

CONNECTICUT. 



SENATORS. 

Orville H. Piatt, Meriden. Joseph R. Hawley, Hartford. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 



E. Stevens Henry, Rockville. 
Nehemiah D. Sperry, New Haven. 



Charles A. Russell, Killingly. 
Ebenezer J. Hill, Norwalk. 



DELAWARE. 

SENATORS. 

George Gray, New Castle. Richard R. Kenny, 1 Dover. 

REPRESENTATIVE . 

Jonathan S. Willis, Milford. 
FLORIDA. 

SENATORS. 

Wilkinson Call, Jacksonville. Samuel Pasco, Monticello. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Stephen M. Sparkman, Tampa. Charles M. Cooper, Jacksonville. 

GEORGIA. 



John B. Gordon. Atlanta. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Rufus E. Lester, Savannah. 
Benjamin E. Russell, Bainbridge. 
Charles F. Crisp, 2 Americus. 
Charles R. Crisp, 3 Americus. 
Charles L. Moses, Turin. 
Leonidas F. Livingston, Kings. 



Augustus O. Bacon, Macon. 



Charles L. Bartlett, Macon. 
John W. Maddox, 4 Rome. 
Thomas G. Lawson, Eatonton. 
Parish C. Tate, Jasper. 
James C. C. Black, 5 Augusta. 
Henry G. Turner, Quitman. 






IDAHO. 



SENATORS. 



George L. Shoup, Salmon City. Fred T. Dubois, Blackfoot. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

Edgar Wilson, Boise City. 



1 A petition and papers, certif ying to the election of Henry 
A. du Pont for the term commencing March 4, 1895, were 
presented December 4, 1895; numerous affidavits and papers 
challenging the regularity of the election were also presented; 
the Committee on Privileges and Elections reported favorably 
to Mr. du Pont, February 17, 1896, but on May 15, 1896, the 
Senate, by a vote of 31 to 30, decided he was not entitled to a 
seat; papers and legislative records were presented January 
21, 1897, attesting the election of John Edwards Addicts on 
the day preceding, for the term commencing March 4, 1895; 
credentials of Richard R. Kenny, duly signed by the gov- 
ernor, and certifying to his election on January 19, 1897, were 



presented on February 5, 1897; appeared, qualified, and took 
his seat on the same day. The contest was continued in the 
succeeding Congress. The State was unrepresented in this 
class from March 4, 1895, to January 19, 1897. 

» Died October 23, 1896. 

3 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Charles F. Crisp, 
and took his seat December 19, 1896. 

* Election unsuccessfully contested by William H. Felton. 

"Resigned March 4, 1895, subsequently elected to fill va- 
cancy caused by his own resignation and took his seat ; 

election unsuccessfully contested by Thomas E. Watson. 






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355 



ILLINOIS. 



SENATORS. 



Shelby M. Cullom, Springfield. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



J. Frank Aldrich, Chicago. 
William Lorimer, Chicago. 
Lawrence E. McGann, 1 Chicago. 
Hugh R. Belknap,- Chicago. 
Charles W. Woodman, Chicago. 
George E. White, Chicago. 
Edward D. Cooke, Chicago. 
George E. Foss, Chicago. 
Albert J. Hopkins, Aurora. 
Robert R. Hitt, Mount Morris. 
George W. Prince, 3 Galesburg. 
Walter Reeves, Streator. 
Joseph G. Cannon, Danville. 



INDIANA. 



SENATORS. 



Daniel W. Voorhees, Terre Haute. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



James A. Hemenway, Boonville. 
Alexander M. Hardy, Washington. 
Robert J. Tracewell, Corydon. 
James E. Watson, Rushville. 
Jesse Overstreet, Indianapolis. 
Henry U. Johnson, Richmond. 
Charles L. Henry, Anderson. 



J. McAuley Palmer, Springfield. 

Vespasian Warner, Clinton. 
Joseph V. Graff, Pekin. 
Benjamin F. Marsh, Warsaw. 
Finis E. Downing, 4 Virginia. 
John I. Rinaker,' Carlinville. 
James A. Connolly, Springfield. 
Frederick Remann, 6 Madison. 
William F. L. Hadley, 7 Edwardsville. 
Benson Wood, Effingham. 
Orlando Burrell, Carmi. 
Everett J. Murphy, East St. Louis. 
George W. Smith, Murphysboro. 



David Turpie, Indianapolis. 



George W. Faris, Terre Haute. 
J. Frank Hanley, Williamsport. 
Jethro A. Hatch, Kentland. 
George W. Steele, Marion. 
Jacob D. Leighty, St. Joe. 
Lemuel W. Royse, Warsaw. 



IOWA. 



SENATORS. 



William B. Allison, Dubuque. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Samuel M. Clark, Keokuk. 
George M. Curtis, Clinton. 
David B. Henderson, Dubuque. 
Thomas Updegraff, McGregor. 
Robert G. Cousins, Tipton. 
John F. Lacey, Oskaloosa. 



William A. Peffer, Topeka. 



KANSAS. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Case Broderick, Holton. 
Orrin L. Miller, Kansas City. 
Snyder S. Kirkpatrick, Fredonia. 
Charles Curtis, Topeka. 



John H. Gear, Burlington. 

John A. T. Hull, Des Moines. 
William P. Hepburn, Clarinda. 
Alva L. Hager, Greenfield. 
Jonathan P. Dolliver, Fort Dodge. 
George D. Perkins, Sioux City. 



Lucien Baker, Leavenworth. 

William A. Calderhead, Marysville. 
William Baker, Lincoln. 
Chester I. Long, Medicine Lodge. 
Richard W. Blue, Pleasariton. 



KENTUCKY. 



SENATORS. 



Joseph C. S. Blackburn, Versailles. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John K. Hendrick, Smithland. 
John D. Clardy, Newstead. 
W. Godfrey Hunter, Burkesville. 
John W. Lewis, Springfield. 
Walter Evans, Louisville. 
Albert S. Berry, Newport. 



William Lindsay, Frankfort. 

William C. Owens, 8 Georgetown. 
James B. McCreary. Richmond. 
Samuel J. Pugh, Vanceburg. 
Joseph M. Kendall, 9 Prestonsburg. 
X. T. Hopkins," 1 Marshall. 
David G. Colson, Middlesboro. 



' Resigned December 2, 1895; succeeded by Hugh R. Bel- 
knap, who contested his election. 

2 Successfully contested the elect ion of Lawrence E. McGann. 
and took his seat Decern ber 27, 1895. 

a Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Philip S. Post 
in preceding Congress, and took his seat December 2, 1895. 

< Served until January 5, 1896; succeeded by John I. Rina- 
ker, who contested his election. 

* Successfully contested the election of Finis E. Downing, 
and took his seat January 5, 1896. 



» Died July 14, 1895. 

7 Elected to rill vacancy caused by death of Frederick 
Remann, and took his seat December 2, 1 895. 

s Election unsuccessfully contested by George Denny, jr. 

9 Served until February 18, 1897; succeeded by N. T. Hop- 
kins, who contested his election. 

■o Successfully contested the election ot Joseph M. Kendall, 
and took his seat February 18, 1897. 



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LOUISIANA. 

SENATORS. 



Donelson Caffery, Franklin. 



Adolph Meyer, New Orleans. 
Charles F. Buck, 1 New Orleans. 
Andrew Price, 2 Thibodaux. 



Eugene Hale, Ellsworth. 



Thomas B. Reed, Portland. 
Nelson Dingley, jr., Lewiston. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 

MAINE. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



Newton C. Blanchard, Shreveport. 

Henry W. Ogden, Benton. 
Charles J. Boatner, 3 Monroe. 
Samuel M. Robertson, Baton Rouge. 



William P. Frye, Lewiston. 



Seth L. Millikin, Belfast. 
Charles A. Boutelle, Bangor. 



Arthur Pue Gorman, Laurel. 



MARYLAND. 

SENATORS. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 



Joshua W. Miles, Princess Anne. 
William B. Baker, Aberdeen. 
Harry W. Rusk, 4 Baltimore. 



Charles H. Gibson, Easton. 



John K. Cowen, Baltimore. 
Charles E. Coffin, Muirkirk. 
George L. Wellington, Cumberland. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 



George F. Hoar, Worcester. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Ashley B. Wright, North Adams. 
Frederick H. Gillett, Springfield. 
Joseph H. Walker, Worcester. 
Lewis D. Apsley, Hudson. 
William S. Knox, Lawrence. 
William Cogswell, 5 Salem. 
William H. Moody, Haverhill. 



Jamea McMillan, Detroit. 



MICHIGAN. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John B. Corliss, Detroit. 
George Spalding, Monroe. 
Alfred Milnes, 7 Coldwater. 
Henry F. Thomas, Allegan. 
William Alden Smith, Grand Rapids. 
David A. Aitken, Flint. 



Henry Cabot Lodge, Nahant. 



William E. Barrett, Melrose. 
Samuel W. McCall, Winchester. 
John F. Fitzgerald, Boston. 
Harrison H. Atwood, Boston. 
William F. Draper, Hopedale. 
Elijah A. Morse, Canton. 
John Simpkins, Yarmouth. 



Julius C. Burrows, Kalamazoo. 

Horace G. Snover, Port Austin. 
William S. Linton, Saginaw. 
Roswell P. Bishop, Ludington. 
Rousseau 0. Crump, West Bay City. 
John Avery, Greenville. 
Samuel M. Stephenson, Menominee. 



MINNESOTA. 



Cushman K. Davis, St. Paul. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



James A. Tawney, Winona. 
James T. McCleary, Mankato. 
Joel P. Heatwole, Northfield. 
Andrew R. Keifer, St. Paul. 



Knute Nelson, Alexandria. 

Loren Fletcher, Minneapolis. 
Charles A. Towne, Duluth. 
Frank M. Eddy, Glenwood. 



1 Election unsuccessfully contested by II. Dudley Coleman. 

* Election unsuccessfully contested by Taylor Beattie. 

' Election contested by Alexis Benoit; seat declared vacant 
March 20, 1 896; subsequently elected and took his seat Decem- 
ber 10, 1890; this election unsuccessfully contested by Alexis 
Benoit. 

< Election unsuccessfully contested by William S. Booze. 



s Died May 22, 1895. 

e Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of William Cogswell, 
and took his seat December 2, 1895. 

' Elected to 1111 vacancy caused by resignation of Julius C. 
Burrows, elected Senator, in preceding Congress, and took his 
seat December 2, 1895. 



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MISSISSIPPI. 



SENATORS. 



James Z. George, Carrollton. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John M. Allen, Tupelo. 
John C. Kyle, Sardis. 
Thomas C. Catchings, Vicksbnrg. 
H. De Soto Money, Carrollton. 



MISSOURI. 



SENATORS. 



Francis M. Coekrell, Warrensburg. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Charles N. Clark, Hannibal. 
Uriel S. Hall, Hubbard. 
Alexander M. Dockery, Gallatin. 
George C. Crowther, St. Joseph. 
John C. Tarsney, 1 Kansas City. 
Robert T. Van Horn, 2 Kansas City. 
David A. De Armond, Butler. 
John P. Tracey, Springfield. 

MONTANA. 

SENATORS. 

Lee Mantle, Butte. 



Edward C. Walthall, Grenada. 



John S. Williams, Yazoo. 
Walter McK. Denny, Scranton. 
James G. Spencer, Port Gibson. 



George G. Vest, Kansas City. 



Joel D. Hubbard, Versailles. 
William M. Treloar, Mexico. 
Richard Bartholdt, St. Louis. 
Charles F. Joy, St. Louis. 
Seth W. Cobb, St. Louis. 
John H. Raney, Piedmont. 
Norman A. Mozley, Dexter. 
Charles G. Burton, Nevada. 



Thomas H. Carter, Helena. 



REPRESENTATIVE. 

Charles S. Hartman, Bozeman. 
NEBRASKA. 

SENATORS. 

William V. Allen, Madison. John M. Thurston, Omaha. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 



Jesse B. Strode, Lincoln. 
David H. Mercer, Omaha. 
George D. Meiklejohn, Fullerton. 



Eugene J. Hainer, Aurora. 
William E. Andrews, Hastings. 
Omer M. Kem, Broken Bow. 



NEVADA. 

SENATORS. 

John P. Jones, Gold Hill. William M. Stewart, Carson City. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

Francis G. Newlands, Reno. 



NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

SENATORS. 

William E. Chandler, Concord. Jacob H. Gallinger, Concord. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Cyrus A. Sulloway, Manchester. Henry M. Baker, Bow. 

'Served until February 27,18%; sueceeded by Robert T. 2 Successfully contested the election of John C. Tarsney, and 

Van Horn, who contested his election. took his seat February 27, 1896. 



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CONGRESSIONAL DIEECTOEY. 



James Smith, jr., Newark. 



NEW JERSEY. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



Henry C. Loudenslager, Paulsboro. 
John J. Gardner, Atlantic City. 
Benjamin F. Howell, New Brunswick. 
Mahlon Pitney, Morristown. 



William J. Sewell, Camden. 



James F. Stewart, Paterson. 
Richard W. Parker, Newark. 
Thomas McEwan, jr., Jersey City. 
Charles N. Fowler, Elizabeth. 



NEW YORK. 



David B. Hill, Albany. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Richard C. McCormick, Jamaica. 
Denis M. Hurley, Brooklyn. 
Francis H. Wilson, Brooklyn. 
Israel F. Fischer, Brooklyn. 
Charles G. Bennett, Brooklyn. 
James R. Howe, Brooklyn. 
Franklin Bartlett, New York. 
James J. Walsh, 1 New York. 
John M. Mitchell, 2 New York. 
Henry Clay Miner, 3 New York. 
Amos J. Cummings, 4 New York. 
William Sulzer, New York. 
George B. McClellan, New York. 
Richard C. Shannon, New York. 
Lemuel E. Quigg, New York. 
Philip B. Low, New York. 
Benjamin L. Fairchild, Pelham Heights. 
Benjamin B. Odell, jr., Newburgh. 



Edward Murphy, jr., Troy. 



Jacob Le Fever, New Paltz. 
Frank S. Black, 5 Troy. 
George N. South wick, Albany. 
David F. Wilber, Oneonta. 
Newton M. Curtis, Ogdensburg. 
Wallace T. Foote, jr., Port Henry. 
Charles A. Checkering, Copenhagen. 
James S. Sherman, Utica. 
George W. Ray, Norwich. 
Theodore L. Poole, Syracuse. 
Sereno E. Payne, Auburn. 
Charles W. Gillett, Addison. 
James W. Wadsworth, Geneseo. 
Henry C. Brewster, Rochester. 
Rowland B. Mahany, Buffalo. 
Charles Daniels, Buffalo. 
Warren B. Hooker, Fredonia. 



NORTH CAROLINA. 



SENATORS. 



Jeter C. Pritchard, Marshall. 



Marion Butler, Elliott. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Harry Skinner, Greenville. 
Frederick A. Woodard, 6 Wilson. 
John G. Shaw, 7 Fayetteville. 
William F. Strowd, Pittsboro. 
Thomas Settle, Reidsville. 



James A. Lockhart, 5 Wadesboro. 
Charles H. Martin, 9 Polkton. 
Alonzo C. Shuford, Newton. 
Romulus Z. Linney, Taylorsville. 
Richmond Pearson, Asheville. 



NORTH DAKOTA. 



SENATORS. 

Henry C. Hansbrough, Devils Lake. William N. Roach, Larimore. 

REPRESENTATIVE . 

Martin N. Johnson, Petersburg. 



i Served until June 2, 1896; succeeded by John M. Mitchell, 
who contested his election. 

' Successfully contested the election of James J. Walsh, and 
took his seat June 2, 1896. 

3 Election unsuccessfully contested by Timothy J. Campbell. 

< Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Andrew J. 
Campbell in preceding Congress, and took his seat December 
2, 1895. 



5 Resigned January 7, 1887, having been elected Governor. 

6 Election unsuccessfully contested by Henry P. Cheatham. 

7 Election unsuccessfully contested by Cyrus Thompson. 

8 Served until June 5, 1896; succeeded by'Charles H. Martin, 
who contested his election. 

9 Successfully contested election of James A. Lockhart, and 
took his seat June 5, 1896. 



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John Sherman, Mansfield. 



OHIO. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Charles P. Taft, Cincinnati. 
Jacob H. Bromwell, Cincinnati. 
Paul J. Sorg, Middletown. 
Fernando C. Layton, Wapakoneta. 
Francis B. De Witt, Paulding. 
George W. Hulick, Batavia. 
George W. Wilson, London. 
Luther M. Strong, Kenton. 
James H. Southard, Toledo. 
Lucien J. Fenton, Winchester. 
Charles H. Grosvenor, Athens. 



OREGON. 



SENATORS 



Calvin S. Brice, Lima. 



David K. Watson, Columbus. 
Stephen R. Harris, Bucyrus. 
Winfield S. Kerr, Mansfield. 
Henry C. Van Voorhis, Zanesville. 
Lorenzo Danford, St. Clairsville. 
Addison S. McClure, Wooster. 
Robert W. Tayler, New Lisbon. 
Stephen A. Northway, Jefferson. 
Clifton B. Beach, Cleveland. 
Theodore E. Burton, Cleveland. 



John H. Mitchell, Portland. George W. McBride, St. Helens. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Binger Hermann, Roseburg. William R. Ellis, Heppner. 

PENNSYLVANIA. 



SENATORS. 



J. Donald Cameron, Harrisburg. 



Matthew S. Quay, Beaver. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Henry H. Bingham, Philadelphia. 
Robert Adams, jr., Philadelphia. 
Frederick Halterman, Philadelphia. 
John E. Reyburn, Philadelphia. 
Alfred C. Harmer, Philadelphia. 
John B. Robinson, Media. 
Irving P. Wanger, Norristown. 
Joseph J. Hart, Milford. 
Constantine J. Erdman, Allentown. 
Marriott Brosius, Lancaster. 
Joseph A. Scranton, Scranton. 
John Leisenring, Upper Lehigh. 
Charles N. Brumm, Minersville. 
Ephraim M. Woomer, Lebanon. 
James H. Codding, 1 Towanda. 



Fred C. Leonard, Coudersport. 
Monroe H. Kulp, Shamokin. 
Thaddeus M. Mahon, Chambersburg. 
James A. Stahle, Emigsville. 
Josiah D. Hicks, Altoona. 
Daniel B. Heiner, Kittanning. 
John Dalzell, Pittsburgh. 
William A. Stone, Allegheny. 
Ernest F. Acheson, Washington. 
Thomas W. Phillips,.New Castle. 
Matthew Griswold, Erie. 
Charles W. Stone, Warren. 
William C. Arnold, Du Bois. 
Galusha A. Grow, Glenwood. 
George F. Huff, Greensburg. 



RHODE ISLAND. 



SENATORS. 



Nelson W. Aldrich, Providence. George P. Wetmore, Newport. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Melville Bull, Middletown. Warren O. Arnold, Chepatchet. 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 



John L. M. Irbv, Laurens. 



William Elliott, 2 Beaufort. 
George W. Murray, 3 Rembert. 
W. Jasper Talbert, Parksville. 
Asbury C. Latimer, 4 Belton. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Benjamin R. Tillman, Trenton. 



Stanyarne Wilson, Spartanburg. 
Thomas J. Strait, Lancaster. 
John L. McLaurin, 5 Marlboro County. 
J. William Stokes, 6 Orangeburg. 



1 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Myron B. Wright 
(November 13, 1S94, before the beginning of the CongTess), and 
took his seat December 2, 1895. 

1 Served until June 4, 1896; succeeded by George W. Murray, 
who contested his election. 

3 Successfully contested the election of William Elliott, and 
took his seat June 4, 1896. 



* Election unsuccessfully contested by Robert Moorman. 

5 Election unsuccessfully contested by Joshua E. Wilson. 

6 Election contested by James B. Johnston, but the House 
on June 1, 1896. declared" the election invalid and seat vacant; 
subsequently elected and took his seat December 7, 1896. 



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CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY. 
SOUTH DAKOTA. 

SENATORS. 



Richard F. Pettigrew, Sioux Falls. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 



John A. Pickler, Faulkton. 



Isham G. Harris, Memphis. 



TENNESSEE. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



William C. Anderson, Newport. 
Henry R. Gibson, Knoxville. 
Foster V. Brown, Chattanooga. 
Benton McMillin, Carthage. 
James D. Richardson, Murfreesboro. 



Roger Q. Mills, Corsicana. 



TEXAS. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Joseph C. Hutcheson, Houston. 
Sam B. Cooper, Woodville. 
Charles H. Yoakum, Greenville. 
David B. Culberson, 1 Jefferson. 
Joseph W. Bailey, Gainesville. 
Jo Abbott, 2 Hillsboro. 
George C. Pendelton, Bel ton. 



Frank J. Cannon, 7 Ogden. 



UTAH. 6 



SENATORS. 



James H. Kyle, Aberdeen. 
Robert J. Gamble, Yankton. 

William B. Bate, Nashville. 



Joseph E. Washington, Cedar Hill. 
Nicholas N. Cox, Franklin. 
John E. McCall, Lexington. 
James C. McDearmon, Trenton. 
Josiah Patterson, Memphis. 



Horace Chilton, Tyler. 

Charles K. Bell, Fort Worth. 
Joseph D. Sayers, Bastrop. 
Miles Crowley, 3 Galveston. 
William H. Grain,* Cuero. 
Rudolph Kleberg, 5 Cuero. 
George H. Noonan, San Antonio. 
Jeremiah V. Cockrell, Anson. 



Arthur Brown, 8 Salt Lake City. 



REPRESENTATIVE. 



Clarence E. Allen, 9 Salt Lake City. 
VERMONT. 

SENATORS. 



Justin S. Morrill, Strafford. 



Redfield Proctor, Proctor. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 

H. Henry Powers, Morrisville. William W. Grout, Barton. 

VIRGINIA. 



John W. Daniel, Lynchburg. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William A. Jones, 10 Warsaw. 
D. Gardiner Tyler, Charles City County. 
Tazewell Ellett, Richmond. 
William R. McKenney, 11 Petersburg. 
Robert T. Thorp, 12 Mecklenburg. 
Claude A. Swanson, 13 Chatham. 



Thomas S. Martin, Scottsville. 

Peter J. Otey, 14 Lynchburg. 
Smith S. Turner, Front Royal. 
Elisha E. Meredith, Brentsville. 
James A. Walker, Wytheville. 
Henrv St. George Tucker, 15 Staunton. 



1 Election unsuccessfully contested by John II. Davis. 

2 Election unsuccessfully contested by J. C. Kearby. 

a Election unsuccessfully contested bv A. J.Rosenthal. 

« Died February 0, 1896. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of William II. 
Crain, and took his seat May 5, 1896. 

' Admitted as a State into the Union January 4, 1896. 

' Took his seat January 27, 1896; term to expire, as deter- 
mined by lot, March 3, 1899. 

8 Took his seat January 27, 1896; term to expire, as deter- 
mined by lot, March 3, 1897. 



9 Took his seat January 7, 1896. 

i° Election unsuccessfully contested bv James J. McDonald 

u Served until May 2, 1896; succeeded by Robert T. Thorp, 
who contested his election. 

12 Successfully contested the election of William R. McKen- 
ney, and took his seat May 2, 1896. 

" Election unsuccessfully contested by George W. Cornell. 

n Election unsuccessfully contested by J. Hampton Hoge. 

1 5 Election unsuccessfully contested by Jacob Yost. 



FIFTY-FOURTH CONGEESS. 
WASHINGTON. 



Watson C. Squire, Seattle. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William II. Doolittle, Tacoma. 



John L. Wilson, Spokane. 
Samuel C. Hyde, Spokane. 



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WEST VIRGINIA. 

SENATORS. 

Charles J. Faulkner, Martinsburg. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Blackburn B. Dovener, Wheeling. 
Alston G. Dayton, Philippi. 

WISCONSIN. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



Stephen B. Elkins, Elkins. 



James H. Huling, Charleston. 
Warren Miller, Jackson. 



William F. Vilas, Madison. 

Henry A. Cooper, Racine. 
Edward Sauerhering, Mayville. 
Joseph W. Babcock, Necedah. 
Theobold Otjen, Milwaukee. 
Samuel S. Barney, West Bend. 



Francis E. Warren, Cheyenne. 



WYOMING. 

SENATORS. 



John L. Mitchell, Milwaukee. 

Samuel A. Cook, Neenah. 
Michael Griffin, Eau Claire. 
Edward S. Minor, Sturgeon Bay. 
Alexander Stewart, Wausau. 
John J. Jenkins, Chippewa Falls. 



Clarence D. Clark, Evanston. 



REPRESENTATIVE. 

Frank W. Mondell, Newcastle. 
TERRITORY OF ARIZONA. 

DELEGATE. 

Nathan O. Murphy, Phoenix. 
TERRITORY OF NEW MEXICO. 

DELEGATE. 

Thomas B. Catron, Santa Fe. 
TERRITORY OF OKLAHOMA. 

DELEGATE. 

Dennis T. Flynn, Guthrie. 
TERRITORY OF UTAH. 1 

DELEGATE. 

Frank J. Cannon, 2 Ogden. 



i Elevated to statehood January 4, 1S96. tory of Utah was elevated to statehood; elected Senator from 

» Served as Delegate until January 4, 1896, when the terri- the new state, and took his seat in the Senate January 28, 1896. 



FIFTY-FIFTH CONGRESS. 



MARCH 4, 1897, TO MARCH 3, 1899. 



FIRST SESSION— March 15, 1897, to July 24, 1897. SECOND SESSION— December 6, 
1897, to July 8, 1898. THIRD SESSION— December 5, 1898, to March 3, 1899. 
SPECIAL SESSION OF THE SENATE— March 4, 1897, to March 10, 1897. 



VICE PRESIDENT— Garrett A. Hobart, of New Jersey. PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE 
PRO TEMPORE — William P. Frye, of Maine. SECRETARY OF THE SENATE — William R. Cox, 
of North Carolina. 

SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE— Thomas B. Reed, of Maine. CLERK OF THE HOUSE— Alex- 
ander McDowell, of Pennsylvania. 



ALABAMA 



John T. Morgan, Selma. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



George W. Taylor, Demopolis. 
Jesse F. Stallings, 1 Greenville. 
Henry D-. Clayton, 2 Eufaula. 
Thomas S. Plowman, 3 Talladega. 
William F. Aldrich, 4 Aldrich. 



Edmund W. Pettus, Selma. 

Willis Brewer, Hayneville. 

John H. Bankhead, Fayette. 

Milford W. Howard, Fort Payne. 

Joseph Wheeler, Wheeler. 

Oscar W. Underwood, 5 Birmingham. 






ARKANSAS. 



James K. Jones, Washington. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Philip D. McCulloch, jr., Marianna. 
John S. Little, Greenwood. 
Thomas C. McRae, Prescott. 



James H. Berry, Bentonville. 

William L. Terry, Little Rock. 
Hugh A. Dinsmore, Fayetteville. 
Stephen Brundidge, jr., Searcy. 



CALIFORNIA. 



SENATORS. 



Stephen M. White, Los Angeles. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John A. Barham, Santa Rosa. 
Marion De Vries, Stockton. 
Samuel G. Hilborn, Oakland. 
James G. Maguire, San Francisco. 



George C. Perkins, Oakland. 



Eugene F. Loud, San Francisco. 
Charles A. Barlow, San Luis Obispo. 
Curtis H. Castle, Merced. 



1 Election unsuccessfully contested by Thomas H. Clark. 
3 Election unsuccessfully contested bv George L. Comer. 
' Served until February 9, 1898; succeeded by William F. 
Aldrich, who contested his election. 

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< Successfully contested the election of Thomas S. Plowman 
and took his seat February 9, 1898. 
' Election unsuccessfully contested by Grattan B. Crowe. 



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COLORADO. 

SENATORS. 



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Henry M. Teller, Central City. 



John F. Shafroth, Denver. 



Orville H. Piatt, Meriden. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 

CONNECTICUT. 

SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



E. Stevens Henry, Rockville. 
Nehemiah D. Sperry, New Haven. 



Edward O. Wolcott, Denver. 
John C. Bell, Montrose. 

Joseph R. Hawley, Hartford. 

Charles A. Russell, Killingly. 
Ebenezer J. Hill, Norwalk. 



DELAWARE. 

SENATORS. 



George Gray, Wilmington. 



Richard R. Kennev, Dover. 



REPRESENTATIVE. 

Levin I. Handy, 1 Newark. 
FLORIDA. 

SENATORS. 



Samuel Pasco, Monticello 



Stephen M. Sparkman, Tampa. 



Augustus O. Bacon, Macon 



REPRESENTATIVES. 

GEORGIA. 

SENATORS. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 



Rufus E. Lester, Savannah. 
James M. Griggs, Dawson. 
Elijah B. Lewis, Montezuma. 
William C. Adamson, Carrollton. 
Leonidas F. Livingston, Kings. 
Charles L. Bartlett, Macon. 



George L. Shoup, Boise. 



Shelby M. Cullom, Springfield. 



IDAHO. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVE. 

James Gunn, Boise. 
ILLINOIS. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



Stephen R. Mallory, Pensacola. 
Robert W. Davis, Palatka. 

Alexander S. Clay, Marietta. 

John W. Maddox, Rome. 
William M. Howard, Lexington. 
Parish C. Tate, Jasper. 
William H. Fleming, Augusta. 
William G. Brantley, Brunswick. 

Henry Heitfeld, Lewiston. 



James R. Mann, Chicago. 
William Lorimer, Chicago. 
Hugh R. Belknap, Chicago. 
Daniel W. Mills, Chicago. 
Edward D. Cooke, 2 Chicago. 
Henry S. Boutell, 3 Chicago. 
George E. White, Chicago. 
George E. Foss, Chicago. 
Albert J. Hopkins, Aurora. 
Robert R. Hitt, Mount Munis. 
George W. Prince, Galesburg. 
Walter Reeves, Streator. 



William E. Mason, Chicago. 

Joseph G. Cannon, Danville. 

Vespasian Warner, Clinton. 

Joseph V. Graff, Pekin. 

Benjamin F. Marsh, Warsaw. 

William H. Hinrichsen, Jacksonville. 

James A. Connolly, Springfield. 

Thomas M. Jett, Hillsboro. 

Andrew J. Hunter, Paris. 

James R. Campbell, McLeansboro. 

Jehu Baker, Belleville. 

George W. Smith, Murphysboro. 



1 Election unsuccessfully contested by Jonathan S. Willis. 

2 Died June 23, 1897. 



' Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Edward D. 
Cooke, and took his seat December 6, 1897. 



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CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY. 



INDIANA. 



David Turpie, Indianapolis. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



James A. Hemenway, Boonville. 
Robert W. Miers, Bloomington. 
William T. Zenor, Corydon. 
William S. Holman, 1 Aurora. 
Francis M. Griffith, 2 Vevay. 
George W. Faris, Terre Haute. 
Henry U. Johnson, Richmond. 



Charles W. Fairbanks, Indianapolis. 



Jesse Overstreet, Indianapolis. 
Charles L. Henry, Anderson. 
Charles B. Landis, Delphi. 
Edgar D. Crumpacker, Valparaiso. 
George W. Steele, Marion. 
James M. Robinson, Fort Wayne. 
Lemuel W. Royse, Warsaw. 



IOWA. 



SENATORS. 



William B. Allison, Dubuque. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Samuel M. Clark, Keokuk. 
George M. Curtis, Clinton. 
David B. Henderson, Dubuque. 
Thomas Updegraff , McGregor. 
Robert G. Cousins, Tipton. 
John F. Lacey, Oskaloosa. 



John H. Gear, Burlington. 



John A. T. Hull, Des Moines. 
William P. Hepburn, Clarinda. 
Alva L. Hager, Greenfield. 
Jonathan P. Dolliver, Fort Dodge. 
George D. Perkins, Sioux City. 



KANSAS. 



Lucien Baker, Leavenworth. 



SENATORS. 



William A. Harris, Lin wood. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Case Broderick, Holton. 
Mason S. Peters, Kansas City. 
Edwin R. Ridgely, Pittsburg. 
Charles Curtis, Tcpeka. 



William D. Vincent, Clay Center. 
N. B. McCormick, Phillipsburg. 
Jerry Simpson, Medicine Lodge. 
Jeremiah D. Botkin, Winfield. 



KENTUCKY. 



William Lindsay, Frankfort. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Charles K. Wheeler, Paducah. 
John D. Clardy, Newstead. 
John S. Rhea,* Russellville. 
David H. Smith, Hodgensville. 
Walter Evans, Louisville. 
Albert S. Berry, Newport. 



William J. Deboe, Marion. 



Evan E. Settle, Owenton. 
George M. Davison, Stanford. 
Samuel J. Pugh, Vanceburg. 
Thomas Y. Fitzpatrick, Prestonburg. 
David G. Colson, Middlesboro. 



LOUISIANA. 



Donelson Caffery, Franklin. 



SENATORS 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Adolph Meyer, 4 New Orleans. 
Robert C. Davey, New Orleans. 
Robert F. Broussard, New Iberia. 



Samuel D. McEnery, New Orleans. 



Henry W. Ogden, Benton. 
Samuel T. Baird, Bastrop. 
Samuel M. Robertson, Baton Rouge. 



■ Died April 22, 1897. _.„. 

' Elected to fill vacancy caused bv death or William b. 
Holman, and took his seat December 0, 1897. 



s Election unsuccessfully contested by W. Godfrey Hunter. 
i Election unsuccessfully contested by Joseph dazin and 
Armand Romain. 



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MAINE. 



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Eugene Hale, Ellsworth. 



Thomas B. Reed, Portland. 
Nelson Dingley, 1 Lewiston. 
Seth L. Milliken, 2 Belfast. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William P. Frye, Lewiston. 



Edwin C. Burleigh, 3 Augusta. 
Charles A. Boutelle, Bangor. 



Arthur Pue Gorman, Laurel. 



Isaac A. Barber, Easton. 
William B. Baker, Aberdeen. 
William S. Booze, Baltimore. 



MARYLAND. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



George L. Wellington, Cumberland. 



William W. Mclntire, Baltimore. 
Sydney E. Mudd, La Plata. 
John McDonald, Rockville. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 



George F. Hoar, Worcester. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Ashley B. Wright, 4 North Adams. 
George P. Lawrence, 5 North Adams. 
Frederick H. Gillett, Springfield. 
Joseph H. Walker, Worcester. 
George W. Weymouth, Fitohburg. 
William S. Knox, Lawrence. 
William H. Moody, Haverhill. 
William E. Barrett, Melrose. 



Henry Cabot Lodge, Nahant. 



Samuel W. McCall, Winchester. 
John F. Fitzgerald, Boston. 
Samuel J. Barrows, Boston. 
Charles F. Sprague, Brookline. 
William C. Lovering, Taunton. 
John Simpkins, 6 Yarmouth. 
William S. Greene, 7 Fall River. 



MICHIGAN. 



James McMillan, Detroit. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John B. Corliss, Detroit. 
George Spalding, Monroe. 
Albert M. Todd, Kalamazoo. 
Edward L. Hamilton, Niles. 
William Alden Smith, -Grand Rapids. 
Samuel W. Smith, Pontiac. 



Julius C. Burrows, Kalamazoo. 



Horace G. Snover, Port Austin. 
Ferdinand Brucker, Saginaw. 
Roswell P. Bishop, Ludington. 
Rousseau O. Crump, West Bay City. 
William S. Mesick, Mancelona. 
Carlos D. Sheldon, Houghton. 



MINNESOTA. 



Cushman K. Davis, St. Paul. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



James A. Tawney, Winona. 
James T. McCleary, Mankato. 
Joel P. Heatwole, Northfield. 
Frederick C. Stevens, St. Paul. 



Knute Nelson, Alexandria. 



Loren Fletcher, Minneapolis 
Page Morris, Duluth. 
Frank M. Eddy, Glenwood. 



« Died January 13, 1899. 
-Died April IS, 1897. 

3 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Seth f .. Miiliken, 
and took his seat July 1, 1897. 
* Died August. 14, 1897. 



5 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Ashlev B. 
V\" right, and took his seat December (1, 1S97. 

6 Died March 27, 1898. 

1 Elected to fill vacancy caused bv death of John Simpkins, 
and took his seat June la, 1898. 



366 



CONGBESSIONAL DIEECTOEY. 



MISSISSIPPI. 

SENATORS. 



James Z. George, 1 Carrollton. 
Hernando D. Money, 2 Carrollton. 



REPRESENTATIVES . 



John M. Allen, Tupelo. 
William V. Sullivan, 5 Oxford. 
Thomas Spight, 6 Ripley. 
Thomas C. Catchings, Vicksburg. 
Andrew F. Fox, West Point. 



Edward C. Walthall, 3 Grenada. 
William V. Sullivan, 4 Oxford. 



John S. Williams, Yazoo. 
William F. Love, 7 Gloster. 
Frank A. McLain, 8 Gloster. 
Patrick Henry, Brandon. 



MISSOURI. 



SENATORS. 

Francis M. Cockrell, Warrensburg. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

James T. Lloyd, 9 Shelbyville. 
Robert N. Bodine, Paris. 
Alexander M. Dockery, Gallatin. 
Charles F. Cochran, St. Joseph. 
William S. Cowherd, Kansas City. 
David A. De Armond, Butler. 
James Cooney, Marshall. 
Richard P. Bland, Lebanon. 

MONTANA. 



George G. Vest, Sweet Springs. 



Champ Clark, Bowling Green. 

Richard Bartholdt, St. Louis. 

Charles F. Joy, St. Louis. 

Charles E. Pearce, St. Louis. 

Edward Robb, Perry ville. 

William D. Vandiver, Cape Girardeau. 

Macenas E. Benton, Neosho. 



Lee Mantle, Butte. 



SENATORS. 

Thomas H. Carter, Helena. 

REPRESENTATIVE . 

Charles S. Hartman, Bozeman. 



William V. Allen, Madison. 



Jesse B. Strode, Lincoln. 
David H. Mercer, Omaha. 
Samuel Maxwell. Fremont. 



John P. Jones, Gold Hill. 



NEBRASKA. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 

NEVADA. 

SENATORS. 



John M. Thurston, Omaha. 



William L. Stark, Aurora. 
Roderick D. Sutherland, Nelson. 
William L. Greene, Kearney. 



William M. Stewart, Carson City. 



REPRESENTATIVE. 

Francis G. Newlands, Reno. 
NEW HAMPSHIRE. 



SENATORS. 

William E. Chandler, Concord. Jacob H. Gallinger, Concord. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

^Jyrus A. Sulloway, Manchester. Frank G. Clarke, Peterboro. 



i Died August 14, 1897. 

2 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by- death of James Z. 
George, and took his seatDeeeinber 7,1897; subsequently elected. 

'Died April 21,1898. 

4 Appointed to fill vacancy caused bv death of Edward 
C. Walthall, and took his seat May 31," 1898; subsequently 
elected. 

'•> Resigned, in May, 1898, having been appointed United 
States Senator. 



c Appointed to fill vacancy caused by resignation of William 
V. Sullivan, and took his seat December 5, 1S9S; subsequently 
elected 

' Died October 16, 189S. 

s Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of William F. Love, 
and took his seat December 12, 1898. 

3 Took his seat December 6, 1S97; Richard P. Giles was 
elected, but died before the commencement of Congress. 



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367 



James Smith, jr., Newark. 



NEW JERSEY. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Henry C. Loudenslager, Paulsboro. 
John J. Gardner, Atlantic City. 
Benjamin F. Howell, New Brunswick. 
Mahlon Pitney, 1 Morristown. 



William J. Sewell, Camden. 



James F. Stewart, Paterson. 
Richard W. Parker, Newark. 
Thomas McEwan, jr., Jersey City> 
Charles N. Fowler, Elizabeth. 



NEW YORK. 



Edward Murphy, jr., Troy. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Joseph M. Belford, Riverhead. 
Denis M. Hurley, 2 Brooklyn. 
Francis H. Wilson, 3 Brooklyn. 
Edmund H. Driggs, 4 Brooklyn. 
Israel F. Fischer, Brooklyn. 
Charles G. Bennett, Brooklyn. 
James R. Howe, Brooklyn. 
John H. C. Vehslage, New York. 
John M. Mitchell, New York. 
Thomas J. Bradley, New York. 
Amos J. Cummings, New York. 
William Sulzer, New York. 
George B. McClellan, New York. 
Richard C. Shannon, New York. 
Lemuel E. Quigg, New York. 
Philip B. Low, New York. 
William L. Ward, 5 Port Chester. 
Benjamin B. Odell, jr., Newburg. 



Thomas C. Piatt, Owego. 

John II . Ketcham, Dover Plains. 
Aaron V. S. Cochrane, Hudson. 
George N. Southwick, Albany. 
David F. Wilber, Oneonta. 
Lucius N. Littauer, Gloversville. 
Wallace T. Foote, jr., Port Henry. 
Charles A. Chickering, Copenhagen. 
James S. Sherman, Utica. 
George W. Ray, Norwich. 
James J. Belden, Syracuse. 
Sereno E. Payne, Auburn. 
Charles W. Gillet, Addison. 
James W. Wadsworth, Geneseo. 
Henry C. Brewster, Rochester. 
Rowland B. Mahany, Buffalo. 
De Alva S. Alexander, Buffalo. 
Warren B. Hooker, 6 Fredonia. 



NORTH CAROLINA. 



Jeter C. Pritchard, Marshall. 

Harry Skinner, Greenville. 
George H. White, Tarboro. 
John E. Fowier, Clinton. 
William F. Strowd, Chapel Hill. 
William W. Kitchin, Roxboro. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Marion Butler, Elliot. 

Charles H. Martin, Polkton. 
Alonzo C. Shu ford, Newton. 
Romulus Z. Linney, Taylorsville. 
Richmond Pearson, Asheville. 



NORTH DAKOTA. 



SENATORS. 

Henry C. Hansbrough, Devils Lake. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

Martin N. Johnson, Petersburg. 



William N. Roach, Larimore. 



OHIO. 



SENATORS. 



John Sherman, 7 Mansfield. 
Marcus A. Hanna, 8 Cleveland. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William B. Shattuc, Madisonville. 
Jacob H. Bromwell, Cincinnatti. 
John L. Brenner, Dayton. 
George A. Marshall, Sidney. 



Joseph B. Foraker, Cincinnati. 



David Meekison, Napoleon. s 
Seth W. Brown, Lebanon. 
Walter L. Weaver, Springfield. 
Archibald Lybrand, Delaware. 



i Resigned January 10, 1899. 

2 Died February 2ti, 1899. 

3 Resigned September 30, 1897. 

* Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Francis H. 
Wilson, and took his seat December 6, 1897. 

6 Election unsuccessfully contested by Benjamin L. Fair- 
child. 



6 Resigned November 11, 1898. 

7 Resigned March 4, 1897, to become Secretary of State. 

6 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by resignat ion of John Sher- 
man, and took his seat March 15, 1S97; subsequently elected. 



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CONGRESSIONAL DIEECTOEY. 



James H. Southard, Toledo. 
Lucien J. Fenton, Winchester. 
Charles H. Grosvenor, Athens. 
John J. Lentz, Columbus. 
James A. Norton, Tiffin. 
Winfteld S. Kerr, Mansfield. 
Henry C. Van Voorhis, Zanesville. 



Lorenzo Danford, St. Clairsville. 
John A. McDowell, Millersburg. 
Robert W. Tayler, Lisbon. 
Stephen A. Northway, 1 Jefferson. 
Charles Dick, 2 Akron. 
Clifton B. Beach, Cleveland. 
Theodore E. Burton, Cleveland. 



OREGON. 

SENATORS. 



George W. McBride, St. Helens. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Thomas H. Tongue, 4 Hillsboro. 



Joseph Simon, 3 Portland. 
William R. Ellis, Heppner. 



PENNSYLVANIA. 



SENATORS. 



Matthew S. Quay, Beaver. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Henry H. Bingham, Philadelphia. 
Robert Adams, jr., Philadelphia. 
William McAleer, 5 Philadelphia. 
James R. Young, Philadelphia. 
Alfred C. Harmer, Philadelphia- 
Thomas S. Butler, Westchester. 
Irving P. Wanger, Norristown. 
William S. Kirkpatrick, Easton. 
Daniel Ermentrout, Reading. 
Marriott Brosius, Lancaster. 
William Connell, Scranton. 
Morgan B. Williams, Wilkes-Barre. 
Charles N. Brumm, Minersville. 
Marlin E. Olmsted, Harrisburg. 
James H. Codding, Towanda. 
Horace B. Packer, Wellsboro. 



Boies Penrose, Philadelphia. 



Monroe H. Kulp, Shamokin. 
Thaddeus M. Mahon, Chambersburg. 
George. J. Benner, Gettysburg. 
Josiah D. Hicks, Altoona. 
Edward E. Robbins, Greensburg. 
John Dalzell, Pittsburgh. 
William A. Stone, 6 Allegheny. 
William H. Graham, 7 Allegheny. 
Ernest F. Acheson, Washington. 
Joseph B. Showalter, 8 Chicora. 
John C. Sturtevant, Conneautville. 
Charles W. Stone, Warren. 
William C. Arnold, Dubois. 
Galusha A. Grow, Glenwood. 
Samuel A. Davenport, Erie. 



RHODE ISLAND. 

SENATORS. 

Nelson W. Aldrich, Providence. George P. Wetmore, Newport. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Melville Bull, Middletown. Adin B. Capron, Stillwater. 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 



SENATORS. 



Benjamin R. Tillman, Trenton. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William Elliott, Beaufort. 
W. Jasper Talbert, Parksville. 
Asbury C. Latimer, Belton. 
Stanyarne Wilson, Spartanburg. 



Joseph H. Earle, 9 Greenville. 

John L. McLaurin, 10 Marlboro County. 



Thomas J. Strait, Lancaster. 

John L. McLaurin," Marlboro County. 

James Norton, 12 Mullins. 

J. William Stokes, Orangeburg. 



i Died September 18, 1898. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Stephen A. 
Northway, and took his seat December 5, 1898. 

3 The legislature, whose duty it was to elect a Senator to fill 
the vacancy caused by the expiration of the term of John H. 
Mitchell, March 3, 1897, met and adjourned without perform- 
ing this function; the credentials of Henry W. Corbett, ap- 
pointed by the governor to fill such vacancy, were presented 
March 15, 1897; on February 28, 1898, the Senate determined, 
by a vote of 50 to 19, that he was not entitled to the seat; cre- 
dentials of Mr. Simon, elected to fill the vacancy , were pre- 
sented December 5, 1898; took his seat the same" day; State 
was unrepresented in this class from March 4, 1S97, to Novem- 
ber 18, 1898. 



4 Election unsuccessfully contested by W. S. Vanderburg. 
& Election unsuccessfully contested by Samuel E. Hudson. 

6 Resigned November 9, 189S, to become governor of Penn- 
sylvania. 

7 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of William A 
Stone, and took his seat December 5, 1898. 

8 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by death of James J. Da- 
vidson (January 2, 1897), arid took his seat May 3, 1897. 

i Died May 20, 1897. 

10 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by death of Joseph H. 
Earle, and took his seat Junel, 1897; subsequently elected. 

11 Resigned to become United States Senator May 31, 1897. 

12 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of John L. 
McLaurin, and took his seat December 6, 1897. 



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369 



SOUTH DAKOTA. 

SENATORS. 

Richard F. Pettigrew, Sioux Falls. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Freeman Knowles, Deadwood. 

TENNESSEE. 

SENATORS. 

Isham G. Harris, 1 Memphis. 
Thomas B. Turley, 2 Memphis. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Walter P. Brownlow, Jonesboro. 
Henry R. Gibson, Knoxville. 
John A. Moon, Chattanooga. 
Benton McMillin, 3 Carthage. 
James D. Richardson, Murfreesboro. 

TEXAS. 

SENATORS. 

Roger Q. Mills, Corsicana. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Thomas H. Ball, Huntsville. 
Sam B. Cooper, Beaumont. 
Reese C. DeGraffenreid, Longview. 
John W. Cranford, 5 Sulphur Springs. 
Joseph W. Bailey, Gainesville. 
Robert E. Burke, Dallas. 
Robert L. Henry, Waco. 

UTAH. 

SENATORS. 



Frank J. Cannon, Ogden. 



James H. Kyle, Aberdeen. 
John E. Kelley, Flandreau. 

William B. Bate, Nashville. 



John W. Gaines, Nashville. 
Nicholas N. Cox, Franklin. 
Thetus W. Sims, Linden. 
Rice A. Pierce, Union City. 
Edward W. Carmack, 4 Memphis. 



Horace Chilton, Tyler. 

Samuel W. T. Lanham, Weatherford. 
Joseph D. Sayers, 6 Bastrop. 
R. B. Hawley, Galveston. 
Rudolph Kleberg, Cuero. 
James L. Slayden, San Antonio. 
John H. Stephens, Vernon. 



Joseph L. Rawlins, Salt Lake City. 



REPRESENTATIVE. 

William H. King, Salt Lake City. 



Justin S. Morrill, 7 Strafford. 
Jonathan Ross, 8 St. Johnsbury. 

H. Henry Powers, Morrisville. 



VERMONT. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



Redfield Proctor. Proctor. 



William W. Grout, Barton. 



VIRGINIA. 



John W. Daniel, Lynchburg. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William A. Jones, Warsaw. 
William A. Young, 9 Norfolk. 
Richard A. Wise, 10 Williamsburg. 
John Lamb, Richmond. 
Sydney P. Epes, 11 Blackstone. 
Robert T. Thorp, 12 Mecklenberg. 



Thomas S. Martin, Scottsville. 

Claude A. Swanson, Chatham. 
Peter J. Otey, Lynchburg. 
James Hay, Madison. 
John F. Rixey, Brandy. 
James A. Walker, Wytheville. 
Jacob Yost, Staunton. 



i Died July 8, 1897. 

'Appointed to fill vacancy caused by death of Isham G. 
Harris, and took his seat December 6, 1897; subsequently 
elected. 

> Resigned January 10, 1899, haying been elected governor of 
Tennessee. 

* Election unsuccessfully contested by Josiah Patterson, 
s Died March 2, 1899. 

• Resigned January 16, 1S99, having been elected governor 
of Texas. 

1 Died December 28, 1S98. 



8 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by death of Justin S. 
Morrill, and took his seat January 16, 1S99. 

a Served unlil April 26, 1898; succeeded by Richard A. Wise, 

Willi I ulili'-tril his I'liVt ii Hi. 

10 Successfully contested the election of William A. Young, 
and took his seat April 26, 1898. 

« Served until March 23, 1898; succeeded by Robert T. 
Thorp, who contested his election. 

'2 Successfully contested the election of Sydney P. Epes, and 
took his seat March 23, 1898. 



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CONGRESSIONAL DIEECTOEY. 



John L. Wilson, Spokane. 
James H. Lewis, Seattle. 



WASHINGTON. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 

WEST VIRGINIA. 

SENATORS. 



George Turner, Spokane. 



William C. Jones, Spokane. 



Charles J. Faulkner, Martinsburg. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Blackburn B. Dovener. Wheeling. 
Alston G. Dayton, Philippi. 

WISCONSIN. 

SENATORS. 

John L. Mitchell, Milwaukee. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Henry A. Cooper, Racine. 
Edward Sauerherring, Mayville. 
Joseph W. Babcock, Necedah. 
Theobold Otjen, Milwaukee. 
Samuel S. Barney, West Bend. 

WYOMING. 

SENATORS. 



Francis E. Warren, Cheyenne. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

John E. Osborne, Rawlins. 
TERRITORY OF ARIZONA. 

DELEGATE. 

Marcus A. Smith, Tucson. 
TERRITORY OF NEW MEXICO 

DELEGATE. 

Harvey B. Fergusson, Albuquerque. 
TERRITORY OF OKLAHOMA. 

DELEGATE. 

James Y. Callahan, Guthrie. 



Stephen B. Elkins, Elkins. 

Charles P. Dorr, Addison. 
Warren Miller, Jackson. 



John C. Spooner, Madison. 

James H. Davidson, Oshkosh. 
Michael Griffin, Eau Claire. 
Edward S. Minor, Sturgeon Bay. 
Alexander Stewart, Wausau. 
John J. Jenkins, Chippewa Falls. 



Clarence D. Clark, Evanston. 



FIFTY-SIXTH CONGRESS. 



MARCH 4, 1899, TO MARCH 3, 1901. 



FIRST SESSION— December 4, 1899, to June 7, 1900. SECOND SESSION— December 3, 

1900, to March 3, 1901. 



VICE PRESIDENT— Garret A. Hobart, 1 of New Jersey. PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE PRO 
TEMPORE— William P. Frye, of Maine. SECRETARY OF THE SENATE— Charles G. Bennett, 2 
of New York. 

SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE— David B. Henderson, of Iowa. CLERK OF THE HOUSE— 
Alexander McDowell, of Pennsylvania. 



John T. Morgan, Selma. 

George W. Taylor, Demopolis. 
Jesse F. Stallings, Greenville. 
H. DeLamar Clayton, Eufaula. 
Gaston A. Robbins, 3 Selma. 
William F. Aldrich, 4 Aldrich. 
Willis Brewer, Hayneville. 



ALABAMA. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



James K. Jones, Washington. 



ARKANSAS. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



Philip D. McCulloch, Marianna. 
John S. Little, Greenwood. 
Thomas C. McRae, Prescott. 



George C. Perkins, Oakland. 

John A. Barham, Santa Rosa. 
Marion DeVries, 8 Stockton. 
Samuel D. Woods, 9 Stockton. 
Victor H. Metcalf, Oakland. 



CALIFORNIA. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



COLORADO. 



Edmund W. Pettus, Selma. 

John II. Bankhead, Fayette. 
John L. Burnett, Gadsden. 
Joseph Wheeler, 5 Wheeler. 
William Richardson, 6 Huntsville. 
Oscar W. Underwood, Birmingham. 



James H. Berry, Bentonville. 

William L. Terry, Little Rock. 
Hugh A. Dinsmore, Fayetteville. 
Stephen Brundidge, jr., Searcy. 



Thomas R. Bard, 7 Hueneme. 

Julius Kahn, San Francisco. 
Eugene F. Loud, San Francisco. 
Russell J. Waters, Los Angeles. 
James C. Needham, Modesto. 



SENATORS. 

Henry M. Teller, Central City. Edward O. Wolcott, Denver. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

John F. Shafroth, Denver. John C. Bell, Montrose. 



' Died November 21, 1899. 

2 Elected January 29, 1900. 

* Served until March 8, 1900; succeeded by William F. 
Aldrich, who contested his election. 

' Successfully contested the election of Gaston A. Robbins, 
and took his seat March 8, 1900. 

e Resigned April 20, 1900. 



6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Joseph 
Wheeler. :md louk his sr;ii December '■', 1900. 

7 Elected for the term commencing March 4, 1899, and took 
his seat March 5, 1900; vacancy from March 4, 1899, to Feb- 
ruary 7, 1900. 

8 Resigned August 20. 1900. 

9 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Marion 
DeVries, and took his seat December 3, 1900. 



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372 



CONGRESSIONAL DIEECTOEY. 



CONNECTICUT. 

SENATORS. 



Orville H. Piatt, Meriden. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

E. Stevens Henry, Rockville. 
Nehemiah D. Sperry, New Haven. 



Richard R. Kenney, Dover. 



John H. Hoffecker, 2 Smyrna. 



Stephen R. Mallory, Pensacola. 



Stephen M. Sparkman, Tampa. 



DELAWARE. 

SENATORS. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

FLORIDA. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 

GEORGIA. 

SENATORS. 



Augustus 0. Bacon, Macon. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Rufus E. Lester, Savannah. 
James M. Griggs, Dawson. 
Elijah B. Lewis, Montezuma. 
William C. Adamson, Carrollton. 
Leonidas F. Livingston, Kings. 
Charles L. Bartlett, Macon. 



IDAHO. 

SENATORS. 



George L. Shoup, Boise. 



Joseph R. Hawley, Hartford. 

Charles A. Russell, Killingly. 
Ebenezer J. Hill, Norwalk. 



Vacant. 1 

Walter O. Hoffecker, 3 Smyrna. 

James P. Taliaferro, Jacksonville. 
Robert W. Davis, Palatka. 

Alexander S. Clay, Marietta. 



John W. Maddox, Rome. 
William M. Howard, Lexington. 
Farish C. Tate, Jasper. 
William II. Fleming, Augusta. 
William G. Brantley, Brunswick. 



Henrv neitfeld, Lewiston. 



REPRESENTATIVE. 

Edgar Wilson, Boise City. 
ILLINOIS. 



SENATORS. 



Shelby M. Cullom, Springfield. 



William E. Mason, Chicago. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Joseph G. Cannon, Danville. 
Vespasian Warner, Clinton. 
Joseph V. Graff, Peoria. 
Benjamin F. Marsh, Warsaw. 
William E. Williams, Pittsfield. 
Benjamin F. Caldwell, Chatham. 
Thomas M. Jett, Hillsboro. 
Joseph B. Crowley, Robinson. 
James R. Williams, Carmi. 
William A. Rodenberg, East St. Louis, 
George W. Smith, Murphysboro. 

1 Vacancy from March 4, 1S99, to March 2, 11)03, because of 3 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of John II. Hof- 
lailure of legislature to elect a Senator. fecker, and took his seat December 3, 1900. 

* Died June 16, 1900. 



James R. Mann, Chicago. 
William Lorimer, Chicago. 
George P. Foster, Chicago. 
Thomas Cusack, Chicago. . 
Edward T. Noonan, Chicago. 
Henry S. Boutell, Chicago. 
George E. Foss, Chicago. 
Albert J. Hopkins, Aurora. 
Robert R. Hitt, Mount Morris. 
George W. Prince, Galesburg. 
Walter Reeves, Streator. 



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373 



INDIANA. 



SENATORS. 



Charles W. Fairbanks, Indianapolis. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



James A. Hemenway, Boonville. 
Robert W. Miers, Btoomington. 
William T. Zenor, Corydon. 
Francis M. Griffith, Vevay. 

( ; 'ge W. Faris, Terre Haute. 

James E. Watson, Rushville. 
Jesse Overstreet, Indianapolis. 



IOWA. 



Albert J. Beveridge, Indianapolis. 



George W. Cromer, Muncie. 
Charles B. Landis, Delphi. 
Edgar D. Crumpacker, Valparaiso. 
( [eor ;e \\ Steele, Marion, 
.lames M. Robinson, Fort Wayne. 
Abraham L. Brick, South Bend. 



William B. Allison, Dubuque. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Thomas Hedge, Burlington. 
Joseph R. Lane, Davenport. 
David B. Henderson, Dubuque. 
Gilbert N. Haugen, Northwood. 
Robert G. Cousins, Tipton. 
John F. Lacey, Oskaloosa. 
John A. T. Hull, Des Moines. 



John H. Gear, 1 Burlington. 
Jonathan P. Dolliver, 2 Fort Dodge. 



William P. Hepburn, Clarinda. 
Smith McPherson, 3 Red Oak. 
Walter I. Smith, 4 Council Bluffs. 
Jonathan P. Dolliver, 5 Fort Dodge. 
James P. Conner, 6 Denison. 
Lot Thomas, Storm Lake. 



Lucien Baker, Leavenworth. 



KANSAS. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Charles Curtis, Topeka. 
Justin D. Bowersock, Lawrence. 
Edward R. Ridgely, Pittsburg. 
James M. Miller, Council Grove. 



KENTUCKY. 



SENATORS. 



William Lindsay, Frankfort. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Charles K. Wheeler, Paducah. 
Henry D. Allen, Morganfield. 
John S. Rhea, Russell villi'. 
David H. Smith, Hodgensville. 
Oscar Turner, 7 Jefferson County. 
Albert S. Berry, Newport. 



William A. Harris, Linwood. 



William A. Calderhead, Marysville. 
William A. Reeder, Logan. 
Chester I. Long, Medicine Lodge. 
Willis J. Bailey, Bailey ville. 



William J. Deboe, Marion. 



Evan E. Settle, 8 Owenton. 
June W. Gayle, 9 Owenton. 
George G. Gilbert, Shelbyville. 
Samuel J. Pugh, Vanceburg. 
Thomas Y. Fitzpatrick, Prestonburg. 
Vincent S. Boreing, 10 London. 



LOUISIANA. 



Donelson Caffery, Franklin. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Adolph Meyer, New Orleans. 
Robert C. Davey, New Orleans. 
Robert F. Broussard, New Iberia. 
Phanor Breazeale, Natchitoches. 



Samuel D. McEnery, New Orleans. 

Samuel T. Baird," Bastrop. 

Joseph E. Ransdell, 12 Lake Providence. 

Samuel M. Robertson, Baton Rouge. 



' Died July 14, 1900. 

3 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by death of John 13 . Gear, 
and took his seat December 4, 1900. 

3 Resigned June 6, 1900. 

< Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Smith 
McPherson, and took his seat December 3, 1900. 

1 Resigned August 22, 1900, having been appointed Senator. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused bv resignation of Jonathan 
P. Dolliver, and took his seat December 4, 1900. 



7 Election unsuccessfully contested by Walter Evans. 

8 Died November Hi, 1899. 

» Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Evan E. Settle, 
and took his seat January 15, 1900. 

10 Election unsuccessfully contested bv John D. White. 

ii Died April 22, 1899. 

12 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Samuel T. Baird, 
and took his seat December 4, 1899. 



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CONGRESSIONAL, DIRECTORY. 



Eugene Hale, Ellsworth. 



MAINE. 

SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES . 



Thomas B. Reed, 1 Portland. 

Amos L. Allen, 2 Alfred. 

Charles E. Littlefield, 3 Rockland. 



William P. Frye, Lewiston. 



Edwin C. Burleigh, Augusta. 
Charles A. Boutelle, 4 Bangor. 



MARYLAND. 



SENATORS. 



George L. Wellington, Cumberland. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John W. Smith, 5 Snow Hill. 
Josiah L. Kerr, Cambridge. 
William B. Baker, Aberdeen. 
Frank C. Wachter, Baltimore. 



Louis E. McComas, Williamsport. 



James W. Denny, Baltimore. 
Sydney E. Mudd, La Plata. 
George A. Pearre, Cumberland. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 



George F. Hoar, Worcester. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



George P. Lawrence, North Adams. 
Frederick H. Gillett, Springfield. 
John R. Thayer, Worcester. 
George W. Weymouth, Fitchburg. 
William S. Knox, Lawrence. 
William H. Moody, Haverhill. 
Ernest W. Roberts, Chelsea. 



Henry Cabot Lodge, Nahant. 



Samuel W. McCall, Winchester. 
John F. Fitzgerald, Boston. 
Henry F. Naphen, Boston. 
Charles F. Sprague, Brookline. 
William C. Lovering, Taunton. 
William S. Greene, Fall River,. 



MICHIGAN. 



James McMillan, Detroit. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John B. Corliss, Detroit. 
Henry C. Smith, Adrian. 
Washington Gardner, Albion. 
Edward L. Hamilton, Niles. 
William Alden Smith, Grand Rapids 
Samuel W. Smith, Pontiac. 



Julius C. Burrows, Kalamazoo. 



Edgar Weeks, Mount Clemens. 
Joseph W. Fordney, Saginaw. 
Roswell P. Bishop, Ludington. 
Rousseau O. Crump, West Bay City. 
William S. Mesick, Mancelona. 
Carlos D. Shelden, Houghton. 



Cushman K. Davis, 7 St. Paul. 
Charles A. Towne, 8 Duluth. 
Moses E. Clapp, 9 St. Paul. 



MINNESOTA. 

SENATORS 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



James A. Tawney, Winona. 
James T. McCleary, Mankato. 
Joel P. Heatwole, Northfield. 
Frederick C. Stevens, St. Paul. 



Knute Nelson, Alexandria. 



Loren Fletcher, Minneapolis. 
Page Morris, Duluth. 
Frank M. Eddy, Glenwood 



1 Resigned September 4, 1899. 

2 Elected to nil vacancy caused by resignation of Tbomas B. 
Reed, and took his seat December 4, 1899. 

3 Elected to fill vacancy caused by deatb of Nelson Dingley, 
jr., in preceding Congress, and took his seat December 4, 1899. 

' Resigned March 3, 1901. 
5 Resigned January 12, 1900. 



6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of John W. 
Smith, and took his seat December 3, 1900. 

' Died November 27, 1900. 

8 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by death of Cushman K. 
Davis, and took his seat December 10, 1900. 

Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Cushman K. 
Davis, and took his seat January 28, 1901. 



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MISSISSIPPI. 



Will V. Sullivan, Oxford. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John M. Allen, Tupelo. 
Thomas Spight, Ripley. 
Thomas C. Catchings, Vicksburg. 
Andrew F. Fox, West Point. 



Hernando D. Money, Carrollton. 



John S. Williams, Yazoo. 
Frank A. McLain, Gloster. 
Patrick Henry, Brandon. 



MISSOURI. 



SENATORS. 



Francis M. Cockrell, Warrensburg. 



R E P R E S E N T ATI V E S . 



James T. Lloyd, Shelbyville. 
William W. Rucker, Keytesville. 
John Dougherty, Liberty. 
Charles F. Cochran, St. Joseph. 
William S. Cowherd, Kansas City. 
David A. De Armond, Butler. 
James Cooney, Marshall. 
Richard P. Bland,' Lebanon. 
Dorsey W. Shackleford, 2 Jefferson City. 



George G. Vest, Sweet Springs. 



Champ Clark, Bowling Green. 

Richard Bartholdt, St. Louis. 

Charles F. Joy, St. Louis. 

Charles E. Pearce, St. Louia. 

Edward Robb, Perry ville. 

Willard D. Vandiver, Cape Girardeau. 

Maecenas E. Benton, Neosho. 



MONTANA. 



SENATORS. 



Thomas H. Carter, Helena. 



William A. Clark, 3 Butte. 



REPRESENTATIVE. 

Albert J. Campbell, Butte. 
NEBRASKA. 

SENATORS. 



John M. Thurston, Omaha. 



Elmer J. Burkett, Lincoln. 
David H. Mercer, Omaha. 
John S. Robinson, Madison. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Monroe L. Hayward, 4 Nebraska City. 
William V. Allen, 6 Madison. 



William L. Stark, Aurora. 
Roderick D. Sutherland. Nelson. 
William L. Greene, 6 Kearney. 
William Neville. 7 North Platte. 



John P. Jones, Gold Hill. 



NEVADA. 

SENATORS. 



William M. Stewart, Carson City. 



REPRESENTATIVE. 

Francis G. Newlands. Reno. 



NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

SENATORS. 

William E. Chandler, Concord. Jacob H. Gallinger, Concord. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Cyrus A. Sulloway, Manchester. Frank G. Clarke, 8 Peterboro. 



■ Died June 15, 1899. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Richard P. 
Bland, and took his seat December 4. 1899. 

3 Protests and a memorial of certain citizens of Montana 
against the validity of his election were presented and referred 
on December 4, 1899; Committee on Privileges and Elections, 
April 23, 1900, reported a resolution declaring he was not 
legally elected and not entitled to a seat; resigned May 11, 
1900, while resolution was pending; credentials were presented 
of his subsequent election, March 2, 1901, and he took his seat 



March 4, 1901, in special session of Senate of the Fifty-Seventh 
Congress. 

< Died December 5. 1899. 

5 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by death of Monroe L. 
Hayward, and took his seat December 19, 1899. 

o'Died March 11, 1899. 

7 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of William L. 
Greene, and took his seat December 4, 1899. 

« Died January 9, 1901. 



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William J. Sewell, Camden. 



NEW JERSEY. 



.SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Henry C. Loudenslager, Paulsboro. 
John J. Gardner, Atlantic City. 
Benjamin F. Howell, New Brunswick. 
Joshua S. Salmon, Boonton. 
James F. Stewart, Paterson. 



Thomas C. Piatt, Owego. 



NEW YORK. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Townsend Scudder, Glenhead. 
John J. Fitzgerald, Brooklyn. 
Edmund H. Driggs, Brooklyn. 
Bertram T. Clayton, Brooklyn. 
Frank E. Wilson, Brooklyn. 
Mitchell May, Brooklyn. 
Nicholas Muller, New Brighton. 
Daniel J. Riordan, New York. 
Thomas J. Bradley, New York. 
Amos J. Cummmgs, New York. 
William Sulzer, New York. 
George B. McClellan, New York. 
Jefferson M. Levy, New York. 
William A. Chanler, New York. 
Jacob Ruppert, jr., New York. 
John Q. Underbill, New Rochelle. 
Arthur S. Tompkins, Nyack. 
John H. Ketcham, Dover Plains. 



John Kean, Ursine 



Richard W. Parker, Newark. 
William D. Daly, 1 Hoboken. 
Allan L. McDermott, 2 Jersey City. 
Charles N. Fowler, Elizabeth. 



Chauncey M. Depew, Peekskill. 

Aaron V. S. Cochrane, Hudson. 
Martin H. Glynn, Albany. 
John K. Stewart, Amsterdam. 
Lucius N. Littauer, Gloversville. 
Louis W. Emerson, Warrensburg. 
Charles A. Chickering, 3 Copenhagen. 
Albert D. Shaw, 4 Watertown. 
James S. Sherman, Utica. 
George W. Ray, Norwich. 
Michael E. Driscoll, Syracuse. 
Sere no E. Payne, Auburn. 
Charles W. Gillet, Addison. 
James W. Wadsworth, Geneseo. 
James M. E. O'Grady, Rochester. 
William H. Ryan, Buffalo. 
De Alva S. Alexander, Buffalo. 
Edward B. Vreeland, 5 Salamanca. 



NORTH CAROLINA. 

SENATORS. 



Marion Butler, Elliot. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John H. Small, Washington. 
George H. White, Tarboro. 
Charles R. Thomas, Newbern. 
John W. Atwater, Rialto. 
William W. Kitchin, Roxboro. 



Jeter C. Pritchard, Marshall. 

John D. Bellamy, Wilmington. 
Theodore F. Kluttz, Salisbury. 
Romulus Z. Linney, Taylorsville. 
William T. Crawford, 6 Waynesville. 
Richmond Pearson, 7 Asheville. 



NORTH DAKOTA. 

SENATORS. 

Henry C. Hansbrough, Devils Lake. Porter J. McCumber; Wahpeton. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

Burleigh F. Spalding, Fargo. 
OHIO. 



SENATORS. 



Joseph B. Foraker, Cincinnati. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William B. Shattuc, Madisonville. 
Jacob H. Bromwell, Cincinnati. 
John L. Brenner, Dayton. 
Robert B. Gordon, St. Marys. 



Marcus A. Hanna, Cleveland. 



David Meekison, Napoleon. 
Seth W. Brown, Lebanon. 
Walter L. Weaver, Springfield. 
Archibald Lybrand, Delaware. 



i Died July 31, 1900. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of William D. Daly, 
and took his seat December 3, 1900. 

* Died February 13, 1900. 

* Elected to fill vacancy caused bv death of Charles A. Chick- 
erinc, and took his seat December 3, 1900; died February 8, 1901. 

1 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Warren B. 
Hooker in preceding Congress and took his seat December 4, 
1899. 



6 Served until May 10. 1900; succeeded by Richmond Pear- 
son, who contested his election. 

' Successfully contested the election of William T.Crawford, 
and took his seat May 10, 1900. 



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Tames H. Southard, Toledo. 
Stephen Morgan, Oakhill. 
Charles H. Grosvenor. Athens. 
John J. Lentz, Columbus. 
James A. Norton, Tiffin. 
Winfield S. Kerr, Mansfield. 
Henry C. Van Voorhis, Zanesville. 



OREGON. 



SENATORS. 



George W. McBride, St. Helens. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Lorenzo Danford, 1 St. Clairsville. 
Joseph J. Gill, 2 Steubenville. 
John A. McDowell, Millersburg. 
Roberl W. Taylor, Lisbon. 
I lharles Dick, Aknm. 
Fremont O. Phillips, Medina. 
Theodore E. Burton, Cleveland. 



Joseph Simon, Portland. 



Mai olm A. M Iv, The Dalles. 



PENNSYLVANIA. 



Boies Penrose, Philadelphia. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Henry H. Bingham, Philadelphia. 
Roberl Adams, jr., Philadelphia. 
William McAleer, Philadelphia. 
James R. Young, Philadelphia. 
Alfred C. Harmer, 4 Philadelphia. 
Edward Morrell, 6 Torresdale. 
Thomas S. Butler, West Chester. 
Irving P. Wanger, Norristown. 
Laird II. Barber, Mauch Chunk. 
Daniel Ermentrout, 6 Reading. 
Henry D. Green, 7 Reading. 
Marriott Brosius, Lancaster. 
William Connell, Scranton. 
Stanley W. Davenport, Plymouth. 
James W. Ryan, Pottsville. 



Matthew S. Quay, 3 Beaver. 



Marlin E. Olmsted, Harrisburg. 
Charles F. Wright, Susquehanna. 
Horace B. Packer, Wellsboro. 
Rufus K. Polk, Danville. 
Taddeus M. Mahon, Chambersburg. 
Edward D. Ziegler, York. 
Joseph E. Thropp, Everett. 
Summers M. Jack, Indiana. 
John Dalzell, Pittsburgh. 
William H. Graham, Allegheny. 
Ernest F. Acheson, Washington. 
Joseph B. Showalter, Butler. 
Athelston Gaston, Meadville. 
Joseph C. Sibley, Franklin. 
James K. P. Hall, Ridgway. 
Galusha A. Grow, Glenwood. 
Samuel A. Davenport, Erie. 



RHODE ISLAND. 



Nelson W. Aldrich, Providence. 



SENATORS. 

George P. Wetmore, Newport. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Melville Bull, Middletown. Adin B. Capron, Stillwater. 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 



SENATORS. 



Benjamin R. Tillman, Trenton. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William Elliott, Beaufort. 
W. Jasper Talbert, Parksville. 
Asbury C. Latimer, Belton. 
Stanyarne Wilson, Spartanburg. 



John L. McLaurin, Marlboro. 



David E. Finley, Yorkville. 

James Norton, Mullins. 

J. William Stokes, Orangeburg. 



SOUTH DAKOTA. 

SENATORS. 

Richard F. Pettigrew, Sioux Falls. James H. Kyle, Aberdeen, 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Robert J. Gamble, Yorkton. Charles H. Burke, Pierre. 



i Pied June 19, 1899. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Lorenzo Danford, 
and took his seat December I, 1899. 

3 Appointed to fill vacancy in the term commencing March 
4. 1S99, the legislature having met and adjourned without 
electing; credentials presented December 5, 1899, but not per- 
mitted to qualify; on April 24, 1900, by a vote of 33 to 32, a 
reported resolution declaring him not entitled to a seat was 



agreed to; subsequently elected and took his seat Januarv 17. 
1901. 
> Died March 0, 1900. 

5 Elected to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Alfred O. 
Harmer, and took his seat December 3, 1900. 

6 Died September 17, 1899. 

1 Elected to fill vacancy caused by deith of Daniel Ermen- 
trout. and took his seat December 4", 1899. 



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CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY. 



Thomas B. Turley, Memphis. 



TENNESSEE. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES . 



Walter P. Brownlow, Jonesboro. 
Henry K. Gibson, Knoxville. . 
John A. Moon, Chattanooga. 
Charles E. Snodgrass, Crossville. 
James D. Richardson, Murfreesboro. 



William B. Bate, Nashville. 



John W. Gaines, Nashville. 
Nicholas N. Cox, Franklin. 
Thetus W. Sims, Linden. 
Rice A. Pierce, Union City. 
Edward W. Carmack, Memphis. 



Horace Chilton, Tyler. 



TEXAS. 

SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Thomas H. Ball, Huntsville. 
Sam B. Cooper, Beaumont. 
Reese C. De Graffenreid, Longview. 
John L. Sheppard, Texarkana. 
Joseph W. Bailey, Gainesville. 
Robert E. Burke, Dallas. 
Robert L. Henry, Waco. 

•UTAH. 

SENATORS. 

Joseph L. Rawlins, Salt Lake City. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Brigham H. Roberts, 2 Salt Lake City. 



Charles A. Culberson, Dallas. 



Samuel W. T. Lanham, Weatherford. 
Albert S. Burleson, Austin. 
Robert B. Hawley, Galveston. 
Rudolph Kleberg, Cicero. 
James L. Slayden, San Antonio. 
John H. Stephens, Vernon. 



Thomas Kearns, 1 Salt Lake City. 



William H. King, 3 Salt Lake City. 



VERMONT. 

SENATORS. 



Redfleld Proctor, Proctor. 



Jonathan Ross, St. Johnsbury. 
William P. Dillingham, 4 Waterbury. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 

H. Henry Powers, Morrisville. William W. Grout, Barton. 

VIRGINIA. 



John W. Daniel, Lynchburg. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William A. Jones, Warsaw. 
William A. Young, 5 Norfolk. 
Richard A. Wise," Williamsburg. 
John Lamb, Richmond. 
Sydney P. Epes, 7 Blackstone. 
Francis R. Lassiter, 8 Petersburg. 



Thomas S. Martin, Scotteville. 



Claude A. Swanson, Chatham. 
Peter J. Otey, Lynchburg. 
James Hay, Madison. 
John F. Rixey, Brandy. 
William F. Rhea, Bristol. 
Julian M. Quarles, Staunton. 



i Elected to fill vacancy in term commencing March 4 1899, 
and took his seat February 4, 1901; vacancy from March 4, 
1899, to February 4, 1901. 

2 Presented credentials December 4, 1899. but not permitted 
to qualify, owing to protests against eligibility; on January 
25, 1900, resolution was adopted by vote of 208 to 50 (36 not 
voting), declaring he "ought not to have or hold a seat, and 
the seat to which he was elected is hereby declared vacant." 

s Elected to fill vacancy caused by the House declaring the 
seat of Brigham H. Roberts vacant, and took his seat April 25, 
1900. 



4 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Justin S. Mor- 
rill in preceding Congress", and took his seat December 3, 1900. 
Jonathan Ross was appointed to fill the vacancy in the pre- 
ceding Congress. 

s Served until March 12, 1900; succeeded by Richard A. 
Wise, who contested his election. 

6 Successfully contested the election of William A. Young, 
and took his seat March 12, 1900; died December 21, 1900. 

i Died March 3, 1900. 

8 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Sydney P. Epes, 
and took his seat April 28, 1900. 



FIFTY-SIXTH CONGRESS. 
WASHINGTON. 

SENATORS. 

George Turner, Spokane. Addison G. Foster, Tacoma. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Wesley L. Jones, North Yakima. Francis W. Cushman, Tacoma. 

WEST VIRGINIA. 

SENATORS. 

Stephen B. Elkins, Elkins. Nathan B. Scott, 1 Wheeling. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 



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Blackburn B. Dovener, Wheeling. 
Alston G. Dayton, Philippi. 



David E. Johnston, Bluefield. 
Romeo H. Freer, Harrisville. 



WISCONSIN. 

SENATORS. 

John C. Spooner, Madison. Joseph V. Quarles, Milwaukee. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 



Henry A. Cooper, Racine. 
Herman B. Dahle, Mount Horeb. 
Joseph W. Babcock, Necedah. 
Theobold Otjen, Milwaukee. 
Samuel S. Barney, Westbend. 



James H. Davidson, Oshkosh. 
John J. Esch, La Crosse. 
Edward S. Minor, Sturgeon Bay. 
Alexander Stewart, Wausau. 
John J. Jenkins, Chippewa Falls. 



WYOMING. 

SENATORS. 

Francis E. Warren, Cheyenne. Clarence D. Clark, Evanston. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

Frank W. Mondell, Newcastle. 
TERRITORY OF ARIZONA. 

DELEGATE. 

John F. Wilson, Prescott. 
TERRITORY OF NEW MEXICO 

DELEGATE. 

Pedro Perea, Bernalillo. 
TERRITORY OF OKLAHOMA. 

DELEGATE. 

Dennis T. Flynn, Guthrie. 
TERRITORY OF HAWAII. 2 

DELEGATE. 

Robert W. Wilcox, 3 Honolulu. 



1 In the preceding Congress memorials were filed remon- 
strating against the seating of Mr. Scott; December 5, 1899, 
appeared, qualified and took his seat, without objection; sub- 
sequently other memorials were filed and a resolution was in- 
troduced declaring him not entitled to a seat; the Committee 
on Privileges and Elections was directed to investigate the 
election, and reported, March 20, 1909, with a resolution de- 
claring Mr. Scott duly elected and entitled to retain the seat; 
this resolution was agreed to April 27, 1900, by a vote of 52 to 3. 



2 Formed from the territory of the Republic of Hawaii, an- 
nexed to the United States by Act of Julv 7, 1S9S; granted a 
territorial government, with right of Delegate representation 
in Congress, by Act of April 30, 1900. 

3 Took his seat, after the investigation of charges preferred 
against him as to eligibility, December 15, 1900. 



FIFTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. 



MARCH 4, 1901, to MARCH 3, 1903. 



FIRST SESSION— December 2, 1901, to July 1, 1902. SECOND SESSION— December 1, 
1902, to March 3, 1903. SPECIAL SESSION OF THE SENATE— March 4, 1901, to 
March 9, 1901. 



VICE PRESIDENT— Theodore Roosevelt, 1 of New York. PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE 
PRO TEMPORE— William P. Fryer of Maine. SECRETARY OF THE SENATE— Charles G. Ben- 
nett, of New York. 

SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE— David B. Henderson, of Iowa. CLERK OF THE HOUSE— 
Alexander McDowell, of Pennsylvania. 



John T. Morgan, Selma. 



ALABAMA. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



George W. Taylor, Demopolis. 
Ariosto A. Wiley, Montgomery. 
Henry D. Clayton, Eufaula. 
Sydney J. Bowie, Anniston. 
Charles W. Thompson, Tuskegee. 



James K. Jones, Washington. 



ARKANSAS. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



Philip D. McCulloch, Marianna. 
John S. Little, Greenwood. 
Thomas C. McRae, Prescott. ' 



George C. Perkins, Oakland. 

Frank L. Coombs, Napa. 
Samuel D. Woods, Stockton. 
Victor H. Metcalf, Oakland. 
Julius Kahn, San Francisco. 



Henry M. Teller, Central City. 
John F. Shafroth, Denver. 



CALIFORNIA. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



COLORADO. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



Edmund W. Pettus, Selma. 

John H. Bankhead, Fayette. 
John L. Burnett, 3 Gadsden. 
William Richardson, Huntsville. 
Oscar W. LTnderwood, Birmingham. 



James H. Berry, Bentonville. 



Charles C. Reid, Clarksville. 
Hugh A. Dinsmore, Fayett.eville. 
Stephen Brundidge, jr., Searcy. 



Thomas R. Bard, Hueneme. 

Eugene F. Loud, San Francisco. 
James McLachlan, Pasadena. 
James C. Needham, Modesto. 



Thomas M. Patterson, Denver. 
John C. Bell, Montrose. 



1 Became President by the death of William McKinley Sep- 
tember 14, 1901. 

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" Elected March 7, 1901. 

s Election unsuccessfully contested by N. B. Spears. 



FIFTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. 
CONNECTICUT. 

SENATORS. 

Orville H. Piatt, Meriden. Joseph R. Hawley, Hartford. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 



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Edward S. Henry, Rockville. 
Nehemiah D. Sperry, New Haven. 
Charles A. Russell, 1 Killinglv. 



Frank B. Brandegee, 2 New London. 
Ebenezer J. Hill, Norwalk. 



DELAWARE. 

SENATORS. 

J. Frank Allee, 3 Dover. Lewis H. Ball, 4 Faulkland. 

REPRESENTATIVE . 

Lewis H. Ball, 5 Faulkland. 
FLORIDA. 

SENATORS. 

Stephen R. Mallory, Pensacola. James P. Taliaferro, Jacksonville. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Stephen M. Sparkman, Tampa. Robert W. Davis, Palatka. 

GEORGIA. 



Augustus O. Bacon, Macon. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Rufus E. Lester, Savannah. 
James M. Griggs, Dawson. 
Elijah B. Lewis, Montezuma. 
William C. Adamson, Carrollton. 
Leonidas F. Livingston, Kings. 
Charles L. Bartlett, Macon. 



Alexander S. Clay, Marietta. 



John W. Maddox, Rome. 
William M. Howard, Lexington. 
Farish C. Tate, Jasper. 
William H. Fleming, Augusta. 
William G. Brantley, Brunswick. 



IDAHO. 



SENATORS. 



Henry Heitfeld, Lewiston. 



Fred T. Dubois, Blackfoot. 



REPRESENTATIVE. 

Thomas L. Glenn, Montpelier. 
ILLINOIS. 



SENATORS. 



Shelby M. Cullom, Springfield. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



James R. Mann, Chicago. 
John J. Feely, Chicago. 
George P. Foster, Chicago. 
James McAndrews, Chicago. 
William F. Mahoney, Chicago. 
Henry S. Boutell, Chicago. 
George E. Foss, Chicago. 
Albert J. Hopkins, Aurora. 
Robert R. Hitt, Mount Morris. 
George W. Prince, Galesburg. 
Walter Reeves, Streator. 



William E. Mason, Chicago. 



Joseph G. Cannon, Danville. 
Vespasian Warner, Clinton. 
Joseph V. Graff, Peoria. 
J. Ross Mickey, Macomb. 
Thomas J. Selby, Hardin. 
Benjamin F. Caldwell, Chatham. 
Thomas M. Jett, Hillsboro. 
Joseph B. Crowley, Robinson. 
James R. Williams, Carmi. 
Frederick J. Kern, Belleville. 
George W. Smith, Murphysboro. 



« Died October 3, 1902. 

' Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Charles A. Russell, 
and took his seat March 7, 1901. 

" Elected for term commencing March 4, 1901, and took his 
scat March 3, 1903; vacancy from March, 4, 1901, to March 2, 
1903. 



* Elected for the term commencing March 4, 1899, and took 
his seat March 3, 1903; vacancy from March 4, 1899, to March 
2, 1903. 

s Resigned March 3, 1903, haying been elected United States 
Senator. 



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CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY. 



INDIANA. 



SENATORS. 



Charles W. Fairbanks, Indianapolis. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



James A. Hemenway, Boonville. 
Robert W. Miers, Bloomington. 
William T. Zenor, Corydon. 
Francis M. Griffith, Vevay. 
Elias S. Holliday, Brazil. 
James E. Watson, Rushville. 
Jesse Overstreet, Indianapolis. 



Albert J. Beveridge, Indianapolis. 



George W. Cromer, Muncie. 
Charles B. Landis, Delphi. 
Edgar D. Crumpacker, Valparaiso. 
George W. Steele, Marion. 
James M. Robinson, Fort Wayne. 
Abraham L. Brick, South Bend. 



IOWA. 



SENATORS. 



William B. Allison, Dubuque. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Thomas Hedge, Burlington. 
John N. W. Rumple, 2 Marengo. 
David B. Henderson, Dubuque. 
Gilbert N. Haugen, Northwood. 
Robert G. Cousins, Tipton. 
John F. Lacey, Oskaloosa. 



Jonathan P. Dolliver, 1 Fort Dodge. 



John A. T. Hull, Des Moines. 
William P. Hepburn, Clarinda. 
Walter I. Smith, Council Bluffs. 
James P. Conner, Denison. 
Lot Thomas, Storm Lake. 



William A. Harris, Lin wood. 



KANSAS. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Charles Curtis, Topeka. 
Justin De Witt Bowersock, Lawrence. 
Alfred M. Jackson, Winfield. 
James M. Miller, Council Grove. 



William J. Deboe, Marion. 



KENTUCKY. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Charles K. Wheeler, Paducah. 
Henry D. Allen, Morganfield. 
J. McKenzie Moss, 3 Bowling Green. 
John S. Rhea. 4 Russellville. 
David H. Smith, Hodgensville. 
Harvey S. Irwin, Louisville. 



Joseph R. Burton, Abilene. 



William A. Calderhead, Marysville. 
William A. Reeder, Logan. 
Chester I. Long, Medicine Lodge. 
Charles F. Scott, Iola. 



Joseph C. S. Blackburn, Versailles. 



Daniel L. Gooch, Covington. 
South Trimble, Frankfort. 
George G. Gilbert, Shelbyville. 
James N. Kehoe, Maysville. 
James B. White, Irvine. 
Vincent Boreing, London. 



LOUISIANA. 



SENATORS. 



Samuel D. McEnery, New Orleans. 



Murphy J. Foster, Franklin. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Adolph Meyer, New Orleans. 
Robert C. Davey, New Orleans. 
Robert F. Broussard, New Iberia. 



MAINE. 



Phanor Breazeale, Natchitoches. 
Joseph E. Ransdell, Lake Providence. 
Samuel M. Robertson, Baton Rouge. 



SENATORS. 



Eugene Hale, Ellsworth. 

REPRESENTATIVES t 

Amos L. Allen, Alfred. 

Charles E. Littlefield, Rockland. 



William P. Frye, Lewiston. 

Edwin C. Burleigh, Augusta. 
Llewellyn Powers, 5 Houlton. 



1 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of John H. Gear 
in preceding Congress, and took his seat March 4, 1902. 

2 Died January 31, 1903. 

3 Served until March 25, 1902; succeeded by John S. Rnea, 
who contested his election. 



< Successfully contested the election of McKenzie Moss, and 
took his seat March 25, 1902. 

& Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Charles A. 
Boutelle in preceding Congress, and took his seat December 2, 
1501. 



FIFTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. 



383 



MARYLAND. 

SENATORS. 

George L. Wellington, Cumberland. Louis E. McComas, Williamsport. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William H. Jackson, Salisbury. 
Albert A. Blakeney, Franklinville. 
Frank C. Wachter, Baltimore. 



Charles R. Sohirm, Baltimore. 
Sydney E. Mudd, La Plata. 
George A. Pearre, Cumberland. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 



George F. Hoar, Worcester. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



George P. Lawrence, North Adams. 
Frederick H. Gillett, Springfield. 
John R. Thayer, Worcester. 
Charles Q. Tirrell, Natick. 
William S. Knox, Lawrence. 
William H. Moody, 1 Haverhill. 
Augustus P. Gardner, 2 Hamilton. 



Henry Cabot Lodge, Nahant. 



Ernest W. Roberts, Chelsea. 
Samuel W. McCall, Winchester. 
Joseph A. Conry, Boston. 
Henry F. Naphen, Boston. 
Samuel L. Powers, Newton. 
William C. Lovering, Taunton. 
William S. Greene, Fall River. 



MICHIGAN. 



James McMillan, 3 Detroit. 
Russell A. Alger, 4 Detroit. 



SENATORS. 



Julius C. Burrows, Kalamazoo. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John B. Corliss, Detroit. 
Henry C. Smith, Adrian. 
Washington Gardner, Albion. 
Edward L. Hamilton, Niles. 
William Alden Smith, Grand Rapids. 
Samuel W. Smith, Pontiac. 
Edgar Weeks, Mount Clemens. 



Joseph W. Fordney, Saginaw. 
Roswell P. Bishop, Ludington. 
Rosseau O. Crump, 6 West Bay City. 
Henry H. Aplin, 6 West Bay City. 
Archibald B. Darragh, St. Louis. 
Carlos D. Shelden, Houghton. 



MINNESOTA. 



Knute Nelson, Alexandria. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



James A. Tawney, Winona. 
James T. McCleary, Mankato. 
Joel P. Heatwole, Northfield. 
Frederick C. Stevens. St. Paul. 



Moses E. Clapp, St. Paul. 



Loren Fletcher, Minneapolis. 
Page Morris, Duluth. 
Frank M. Eddy, Glenwood. 



MISSISSIPPI. 



SENATORS. 



Hernando D. Money, Carrollton. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Ezekiel S. Candler, jr., Corinth. 
Thomas Spight, Ripley. 
Patrick Henry, Vickeburg. 
Andrew F. Fox, West Point. 



Anselm J. McLaurin, Brandon. 



John Sharp Williams, Yazoo. 
Frank A. McLain, Gloster. 
Charles E. Hooker, Jackson. 



1 Resigned May 1. 1902. to become Secretary o! the Navy. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused l>y resignation oi William II. 
Moodv and took his seat . 

8 Died August 10, 1902. 

1 Appointed io fill vacancy caused l>y death ol James Mc- 



Millan, and took his seat January 26, 1903; subsequently 

Hivtt'd. 

'■Died May 1, 1901. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Rosseau O. 
Crump, and took his seat 'December 2, 1901. 



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CONGRESSIONAL DIEECTOEY. 
MISSOURI. 



SENATORS. 

Francis M. Cockrell, Warrensburg. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

James T. Lloyd, Shelbyville. 
William W. Rucker, Keytesville. 
John Dougherty, Liberty. 
Charles F. Cochran, St. Joseph. 
William S. Cowherd, Kansas City. 
David A. De Armond, Butler. 
James Cooney, Marshall. 
Dorsey W. Shackleford, Jefferson City. 

MONTANA. 

SENATORS. 



George G. Vest, Sweet Springs. 



Champ Clark, Bowling Green. 
Richard Bartholdt, St. Louis. 
Charles F. Joy, St. Louis. 
James J. Butler, 1 St. Louis. 
George C. R. Wagoner, 2 St. Louis. 
Edward Robb, Perryville. 
William D. Vandiver, Cape Girardeau. 
Maecenas E. Benton, Neosho. 



William A. Clark, Butte. 



Paris Gibson, Great Falls. 



REPRESENTATIVE. 

Caldwell Edwards, Bozeman. 
NEBRASKA. 



Charles H. Dietrich, 3 Hastings. 



Elmer J. Burkett, Lincoln. 
David H. Mercer, Omaha. 
John S. Robinson, Madison. 



SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 

NEVADA. 

SENATORS. 



Joseph H. Millard, Omaha. 



William L. Stark, Aurora. 
Ashton C. Shallenberger, Alma. 
William Neville, North Platte. 



John P. Jones, Gold Hill. 



William M. Stewart, Carson City. 



REPRESENTATIVE. 

Francis G. Newlands. Reno. 
NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

SENATORS. 



Jacob H. Gallinger, Concord. 



REPRESENTATIVE S . 



Cyrus A. Sulloway, Manchester. 



Henry E. Burnham, Manchester. 
Frank D. Currier, Canaan. 



NEW JERSEY. 



William J. Sewell, 4 Camden. 
John F. Dryden, 5 Newark. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES . 



Henry C. Loudenslager, Paulsboro. 
John J. Gardner, Atlantic City. 
Benjamin F. Howell, New Brunswick. 
Joshua S. Salmon, 6 Boonton. 
De Witt C. Flanagan, 7 Morristown. 



John Kean, Elizabeth. 



James F. Stewart, Paterson. 
Richard W. Parker, Newark. 
Allan L. McDermott, Jersey City. 
Charles N. Fowler, Elizabeth. 



i Election contested by William M. Horton; on June 28, 
1902, resolution adopted declaring no valid election and seat 
vacant: credentials presented of a subsequent election, and 
took his seat December 1, 1902: served until February 2G, 
1903; succeeded by George C. R. Wagoner, who contested 
this election. 

2 Successfully contested the election of James J. Butler, 
and took his seat February 20, 1903. 

3 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Monroe L. 



Hayward in preceding Congress, and took his seat December 
2, 1901. 

« Died December 27, 1902. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of William J. Sewell, 
and took his seat February 4, 1902. 

s Died May 6, 1902. 

' Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Joshua S. Salmon, 
and took his seat January 5, 1903. 



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385 



NEW YORK. 



SENATORS. 



Thomas C. Piatt, Owego. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Frederick Storm, Bayside. 
John J. Fitzgerald, Brooklyn. 
Henry Bristow, Brooklyn. 
Harry A. Hanbury, Brooklyn. 
Frank E. Wilson, Brooklyn, 
(ieorge H. Lindsay, Brooklyn. 
Nicholas Mueller, 1 New York. 
Montague Lessler, 2 New York. 
Thomas J. Creamer, New York. 
Henry M. Goldfogle, New York. 
Amos J. Cummings, 3 New York. 
Edward Swann, 4 New York. 
William Sulzer, New York. 
George B. McClellan, New Y r ork. 
Oliver H. P. Belmont, New York. 
William H. Douglas, New Y'ork. 
Jacob Ruppert, jr., New Y'ork. 
Cornelius A. Pugsley, Peekskill. 
Arthur S. Tompkins, Nyack. 



Chauncey M. Depew, Peekskill. 

John H. Ketcham, Dover Plains. 
William H. Draper, Troy. 
George N. South wick, Albany. 
John K. Stewart, Amsterdam. 
Lucius N. Littauer, Gloversville. 
Louis W. Emerson, Warrensburg. 
Charles L. Knapp, 5 Lowville. 
James S. Sherman, LTtica. 
George W. Ray, 6 Norwich. 
John W. Dwight, 7 Dryden. 
Michael E. Driscoll, Syracuse. 
Sereno E. Payne, Auburn. 
Charles W. Gillet, Addison. 
James W. Wadsworth, Geneseo. 
James B. Perkins, Rochester. 
William II. Ryan, Buffalo. 
De Alva S. Alexander, Buffalo. 
Edward B. Yreeland, Salamanca. 



NORTH CAROLINA. 



Jeter C. Pritchard, Marshall. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John H. Small, Washington. 
Claude Kitchin, Scotland Xeck. 
Charles R. Thomas, 8 New Bern. 
Edward W. Pou, Smithfield. 
William W. Kitchin, Roxboro. 



Furnifold McL. Simmons, Raleigh. 



John D. Bellamy, Wilmington. 
Theodore F. Kluttz, Salisbury. , 
Edmond S. Blackburn, Wilkesbi ro 
James M. Moody, 9 Waynesville. 



NORTH DAKOTA. 

SENATORS. 

Henry C. Hansbrough, Devils Lake. Porter.J. McCumber, Wahpeton. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

Thomas I-'. Marshall, Oakes. 
OHIO. 



SENATORS. 



Joseph B. Foraker, Cincinnati. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William B. Shattuc, Madisonville. 
Jacob H. Bromwell, Cincinnati. 
Robert M. Nevin, Dayton. 
Robert B. Gordon, St. Marys. 
John S. Snook, Paulding. 
Charles Q. Hildebrant, Wilmington. 
Thomas B. Kyle. Troy. 
William R. Warnock, Urbana. 
James H. Southard, Toledo. 
Stephen Morgan, Oak Hill. 
Charles H. Grosvenor, Athens. 



Marcus A. Hanna, Cleveland. 



Emmett Tompkins,' Columbus. 
James A. Norton, Tiffin. 
William W. Skiles, Shelby. 
Henry C. Van Voorhis, Zanesville. 
Joseph J. Gill, Steubenville. 
John W. Cassingham, Coshocton. 
Robert W. Tayler, Lisbon. 
Charles Dick, Akron. 
Jacob A. Beidler, Willoughby. 
Theodore E. Burton, Cleveland. 



1 Resigned December 1, 1902. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Nicholas 
Mueller, and took h's seat" January 15, 1902. 

3 Died May 2, 1902. 

4 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Amos J. Cum- 
mings, and took his seat December 2. 1902. 

5 Elected to fill vacancy caused bv dealhof Albert D. Shaw, 
in preceding Congress, and took his seat December 2, 1901. 

50346°— S. Doc. 654, 61-2 25 



s Resigned September 11, 1902. 

7 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation ot George Vv*. 
Ray, and took his seat December 1 . 1902. 

8 " Election unsuccessfully contested by John E. Fowler, 
s Died February 5. 1903. 
io Election unsuccessfully contested by John J . Lentz. 



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CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY. 



OREGON. 

SENATORS. 

Joseph Simon, Portland. John H. Mitchell, Portland. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Thomas H. Tongue, 1 Hillsboro. Malcolm A. Moody, The Dalles. 

PENNSYLVANIA. 



SENATORS. 



Boise Penrose, Philadelphia. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Henry H. Bingham, Philadelphia. 
Robert Adams, jr., Philadelphia. 
Henry Burk, Philadelphia. 
James R. Young, Philadelphia. 
Edward DeV. Morrell, Torresdale. 
Thomas S. Butler, West Chester. 
Irving P. Wanger, Norristown. 
Howard Mutchler, Easton. 
Henry D. Green, Reading. 
Marriott Brosius, 2 Lancaster. 
Henry B. Cassel, 3 Marietta. 
William Connell, Scranton. 
Henry W. Palmer, Wilkes-Barre. 
George R. Patterson, Ashland. 
Marlin E. Olmsted, Harrisburg. 
Charles F. Wright, Susquehanna. 



Matthew S. Quay, Beaver. 

Elias Deemer, Williamsport. 

Rufus K. Polk, 4 Danville. 

Alexander Billmeyer, 5 Washingtonville. 

Thaddeus M. Mahon, Chambersburg. 

Robert J. Lewis, York. 

Alvin Evans, Ebensburg. 

Summers M. Jack, Indiana. 

John Dalzell, Pittsburgh. 

William H. Graham, Allegheny. 

Ernest F. Acheson, Washington. 

Joseph B. Showalter, Butler. 

Arthur L. Bates, Meadville. 

Joseph C. Sibley, Franklin. 

James K. P. Hall, 6 Ridgway. 

Galusha A. Grow, Glenwood. 

Robert H. Foerderer, Philadelphia. 



RHODE ISLAND. 

SENATORS. 

Nelson W. Aldrich, Providence. George P. Wetmore, Newport. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Melville Bull, Middletown. Adin B. Capron, Stillwater. 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 

SENATORS. 

Benjamin R. Tillman, Trenton. John L. McLaurin, Marlboro County. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

William Elliott, Beaufort. David E. Finley, Yorkville. 



William J. Talbert, Parksville. 
Asbury C. Latimer, Beltou. 
Joseph T. Johnson, Spartanburg. 



Robert B. Scarborough, Conway. 
J. William Stokes, 7 Orangeburg. 
Asbury F. Lever, s Lexington. 



SOUTH DAKOTA. 



SENATORS. 



James H. Kyle, 9 Aberdeen. 
'Alfred B. Kittredge, 10 Sioux Falls. 



Charles II. Burke, Pierre. 



William B. Bate, Nashville. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 

TENNESSEE. 

SENATORS. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 



Walter P. Brownlow, Jonesboro. 
Henry R. Gibson, Knoxville. 
John A. Moon, Chattanooga. 
Charles E. Snodgrass, Crossville. 
James D. Richardson, Murfreesboro. 



Robert J. Gamble, Yankton. 



Eben W. Martin, Deadwood. 



Edward W. Carmack, Memphis. 

John W. Gaines, Nashville. 
Lemuel P. Padgett, Columbia. 
Thetus W. Sims, Linden. 
Rice A. Pierce, Union City. 
Malcolm R. Patterson, Memphis. 



> Died January II 1903. 

2 Died March 10, 1901. 

8 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death ofJMarriott Brosius, 
and took his seat December 2, 1901. 

< Died March 5, 1902. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Rufiis K. Polk, 
and took his seat December 1, 1902. 



» Resigned December 1, 1902. 

' Died July 6, 1901. 

8 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of J. William 
Stokes, and took his seat December 2, 1901. 

'Died July 1, 1901. 

10 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by death of James H. Kyle, 
and took his seat December 1, 1902; subsequently elected. 



FIFTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS. 



387 



TEXAS. 

SENATORS. 

Charles A. Culberson, Dallas. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Thomas H. Ball, Huntsville. 
Sam B. Cooper, Beaumont. 
Reese C. De Graffenreid, 1 Longview. 
Gordon Russell, 3 Tyler. 
John L. Sheppard, 3 Texarkana. 
Morris Sheppard, 4 Texarkana. 
Choice B. Randell, Sherman. 
Robert E. Burke, 5 Dallas. 

UTAH. 



Joseph W. Bailey, Gainesville. 

Dudley G. Wooten, 6 Dallas. 
Robert L. Henry, Waco. 
Samuel W. T. Lanham, Weatherford. 
Albert S. Burleson, Austin. 
George F. Burgess, Gonzales. 
Rudolph Kleberg, Cuero. 
James L. Slayden, San Antonio. 
John II. Stephens, Vernon. 



SENATORS. 

Joseph L. Rawlins, Salt Lake City. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

George Sutherland, Salt Lake City 
VERMONT. 



Thomas Kearns, Salt Lake City. 



Redfield Proctor, Proctor. 
David J. Foster, Burlington. 

John W. Daniel, Lynchburg. 

William A. Jones, Warsaw. 
Harry L. Maynard, Portsmouth. 
John Lamb, Richmond. 
Francis R. Lassiter, Petersburg. 
Claude A. Swanson, Chatham. 
Peter J. Otey, 7 Lynchburg. 



SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 

VIRGINIA. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 



WASHINGTON. 

SENATORS. 

George Turner, Spokane. 

REPRESENTATIVI - 

Wesley L. Jones. North Yakima. 

WEST VIRGINIA. 



William P. Dillingham, Montpelier. 
Kittredge llaskins. Brattleboro. 

Thomas S. Martin, Scottsville. 

Carter Glass, 8 Lynchburg. 
James Hay, Madison. 
John F. Rixey, Brandy. 
William F. Rhea, 9 Bristol. 
Henry D. Flood, Appomattox. 

Addison (i. Foster, Tacoma. 
Francis W. Cushman, Tacoma. 



Stephen B. Elkins, Elkins. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Blackburn B. Dovener, Wheeling. 
Alston Ci. Dayton, Philippi. 

WISCONSIN. 

SENATORS. 

John C. Spooner, Madison. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Henry A. Cooper, Racine. 
Herman B. Dahle. Mount Horeb. 
Joseph W. Babcock. Necedah. 
Theobold Otjen, Milwaukee. 
Samuel S. Barnev, West Bend. 



Nathan B. Scott, Wheeling. 



Joseph II. Caines. Charleston. 
James A. Hughes, Huntington. 



Joseph V. Quarles, Milwaukee. 

James II. Davidson, Oshkosh. 
John J. Esch, La Crosse. 
Edward S. Minor, Sturgeon Bay. 
Webster E. Brown, Rhinelander. 
John James Jenkins, Chippewa Falls. 



i Died October 11, 1902. 

• Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Reese C. De Graf- 
fenreid, and took his seat December 2, 1902. 

3 Died August 30, 1902. 

* Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Jolin L. Shep- 
pard. and took his seat December 1, 1902. 

'Died Junes, 1901. 



a Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Robert E. 
Burke, and took his scat December 2, 1901. 

T Died May 4, 1902. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Peter J. Otey, 
and took his seat December 1 , 1902. 

' Election unsuccessfully contested by James A. Walker. 



388 CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY. 

WYOMING. 

SENATORS. 

Francis E. Warren, Cheyenne. Clarence D. Clark, Evanston. 

REPRESENTATIVE . 

Frank W. Mondell, Newcastle. 
TERRITORY OF ARIZONA. 

DELEGATE. 

Marcus A. Smith, Tucson. 
TERRITORY OF NEW MEXICO. 

DELEGATE. 

Bernard S. Rodey, Albuquerque. 
TERRITORY OF OKLAHOMA. 

DELEGATE. 

Dennis T. Flynn, Guthrie. 
TERRITORY OF HAW AH. 

DELEGATE. 

Robert W. Wilcox, Honolulu. 
PORTO RICO. 1 

RESIDENT COMMISSIONER. 

Federico Degetau, San Juan. 

i Part of the territory ceded to ttie United States by Spain by treaty of Paris of December 10, 1898; granted a civil govern- 
ment, and the right to be represented in Congress by a commissioner with limited powers, by act of April 12, 1900. 



FIFTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS. 



MARCH 4, 1903, TO MARCH 3, 1905. 



FIRST SESSION— November 9, 1903, to December 7, 1903. SECOND SESSION— December 
7, 1903, to May 7, 1901. THIRD SESSION— December 5, 1901, to March 2, 1905. 
SPECIAL SESSION OF THE SENATE— March 5, 1903, to March 19, 1903. 



VICE PRESIDENT, 1 
Frye, of Maine 



. PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE PRO TEMPORE— William 

SECRETARY OF THE SENATE— Charles G. Bennett, of New York. 
SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE— Joseph G. Cannon, of Illinois. CLERK OF THE HOUSE— 



Alexander McDowell, of Pennsylvania. 



ALABAMA. 



John T. Morgan, Selma. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



George W. Taylor, Demopolis. 
Ariosto A. Wiley, Montgomery. 
Henry D. Clayton, Eufaula. 
Sydney J. Bowie, Anniston. 
Charles W. Thompson, 2 Tuskegee. 
James T. Heflin, 3 Lafayette. 



Edmund W. Pett.is, Selma. 



John H. Bankhead, Fayette. 
John L. B. Burnett, Gadsden. 
William Richardson, Huntsville. 
Oscar W. Underwood, Birmingham. 



ARKANSAS. 



James H. Berrv, Bentonville. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



R. Bruce Macon, Helena. 
Stephen Brundidge, jr , Searcy. 
Hugh A. Dinsmore, Fayetteville. 
John S. Little, Greenwood. 



James P. Clarke, Little Rock. 



Charles C. Reid, Clarskville. 
Joseph T. Robinson, Lonoke. 
R. Minor Wallace, Magnolia. 



CALIFORNIA. 



George C. Perkins, Oakland. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



James N. Gillett, Eureka. 
Theodore A. Bell, Napa. 
Victor H. Metcalf, 4 Oakland. 
Joseph R. Knowland, 5 Alameda. 
Edward J. Livernash, 6 San Francisco. 



Thomas R. Bard, Hueneme. 

William J. Wynn, San Francisco. 
James C. Needham, Modesto. 
James McLachlan, Pasadena. 
Milton J. Daniels, Riverside. 



< Vice President Theodore Roosevelt, became President by 
the death of William McKinlev in preceding Congress.' 

2 Died March 20, 1904.' 

3 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Charles W. 
Thompson, an 1 took his seat December 5, 1904. 



* Resigned July 1, 1904, to become Secretary of Commerce 
and Labor. 

& Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Victor H. 
Metcalf, and took his seat December 5, 1904. 

6 Election unsuccessfully contested by Julius Kahn. 

389 



390 



CONGKESSIONAL DIEECTOEY. 



Henry M. Teller, Central City. 

John F. Shafroth, 1 Denver. 
Robert W. Bonynge, 2 Denver. 



COLORADO. 

SENATORS. 
REPRESENTATIVES. 

CONNECTICUT. 

SENATORS. 



Orville H. Piatt, Meriden. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

George L. Lilley, Waterbury. 
Edward S. Henry, Rockville. 
Nehemiah D. Sperry, New Haven. 



Thomas M . Patterson, Denver. 

Herschel M. Hogg, Telluride. 
Franklin E. Brooks, Colorado Springs. 



Joseph R. Hawley, Hartford. 

Frank B. Brandegee, New London. 
Ebenezer J. Hill, Norwalk. 



DELAWARE. 

SENATORS. 



J. Frank Allee, Dover. 



Lewis H. Ball, Faulkland. 



REPRESENTATIVE. 

Henry A. Houston, Millsboro. 
FLORIDA. 

SENATORS. 



Stephen R. Mallory, Pensacola. 



Stephen M. Sparkman, Tampa. 
Robert W. Davis, Palatka. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 

GEORGIA. 

SENATORS. 



Augustus O. Bacon, Macon. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Rufus E. Lester, Savannah. 
James M. Griggs, Dawson. 
Elijah B. Lewis, Montezuma. 
William C. Adamson, Carrollton. 
Leonidas F. Livingston, Covington. 
Charles L. Bartlett, Macon. 

IDAHO. 



James P. Taliaferro, Jacksonville. 
William B. Lamar, Tallahassee. 

Alexander S. Clay, Marietta. 

John W. Maddox, Rome. 
William M. Howard, Lexington. 
Farish Carter Tate, Jasper. 
Thomas W. Hardwick, Sandersville. 
William G. Brantley, Brunswick. 



SENATORS. 



Fred. T. Dubois, Blackfoot. 



Weld on B. Heyburn, Wallace. 



REPRESENTATIVE. 

Burton L. French, Moscow. 



Shelby M. Cullom, Springfield. 

Martin Emerich, Chicago. 
James R. Mann, Chicago. 
William W. Wilson, Chicago. 
George P. Foster, Chicago. 
James McAndrews, Chicago. 
William Lorimer, 3 Chicago. 
Philip Knopf, Chicago. 
William F. Mahoney, 4 Chicago. 
Henry S. Boutell, Chicago. 
George E. Foss, Chicago. 
Howard M. Snapp, Joliet. 
Charles E. Fuller, Belvidere. 
Robert R. Hitt, Mount Morris. 



ILLINOIS. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Albert J. Hopkins, Aurora. 

Benjamin F. Marsh, Warsaw. 
George W. Prince, Galesburg. 
Joseph V. Graff, Peoria. 
John A. Sterling, Bloomington. 
Joseph G. Cannon, Danville. 
Vespasian Warner, Clinton. 
Henry T. Rainey, Carrollton. 
Benjamin F. Caldwell, Chatham. 
William A. Rodenberg, East St. Louis. 
Joseph B. Crowley, Robinson. 
James R. Williams, Carmi. 
George W. Smith, Murphysboro. 



• Election contested by Robert W. Bonynge; served until 
February 15, 1904, when he declared the conviction that con- 
testant was duly elected and entitled to seat held by hint; 
contestant then seated by unanimous vote. 



2 Successfully contested the election of John F. Shafroth, 
and took his seat February 16, 1904. 
s Election unsuccessfully contested by Allan C. Durborow. 
1 Died Decmber 27, 1904. 



FIFTY-EIGHTH CONGKESS. 



391 



INDIANA. 



SENATORS. 

Charles W. Fairbanks,' Indianapolis. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

James A. Hemenway, Booneville. 
Robert W. Miers, Bloomington. 
William T. Zenor, Corydon. 
Francis M. Griffith, Vevay. 
Elias S. Holliday, Brazil. 
James E. Watson, Rushville. 
Jesse Overstreet, Indianapolis. 

IOWA. 



Albert J. Beveridge, Indianapolis. 



George W. Cromer, Muncie. 
Charles B. Landis, Delphi. 
Edgar D. Crumpacker, Valparaiso. 
Frederick Landis, Logansport. 
James M. Robinson, Fort Wayne. 
Abraham L. Brick, South Bend. 



William B. Allison, Dubuque. 

Thomas Hedge, Burlington. 
Martin J. Wade, Iowa City. 
Benjamin P. Birdsall, Clarion. 
Gilbert N. Haugen, North wood. 
Robert G. Cousins, Tipton. 
John F. Lacev, Oskaloosa. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Joseph R. Burton, Abilene. 



KANSAS. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Charles F. Scott, Iola. 

Charles Curtis, Topeka. 

Justin DeW. Bowersock, Lawrence. 

Philip P. Campbell, Pittsburg. 



KENTUCKY. 



SENATORS. 



Joseph C. S. Blackburn, Versailles. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



OIHe M. James, Marion. 
Augustus O. Stanlev, Henderson. 
John S. Rhea, Russ'ellville. 
David H. Smith, Hodgensville. 
Joseph Swagar Shirley, Louisville. 
D. Linn Gooch, Covington. 



LOUISIANA. 



SENATORS. 



Samuel D. McEnery, New Orleans. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Adolph Meyer, New Orleans. 
Robert C. Davey, New Orleans. 
Robert F. Broussard, New Iberia. 
Phanor Breazeale, Natchitoches. 



Jonathan P. Dolliver, Fort Dodge. 

John A. T. Hull, Des Moines. 
William P. Hepburn, Clarinda. 
Walter I. Smith, Council Bluffs. 
James P. Conner, Denison. 
Lot Thomas, Storm Lake. 



Chester I. Long, Medicine Lodge. 

James M. Miller, Council Grove. 
William A. Calderhead, Marysville. 
William A. Reeder, Logan. 
Chester I. Long, 2 Medicine Lodge. 
Victor Murdock, 3 Wichita. 



James B. McCreary, Richmond. 



South Trimble, Frankfort. 
George G. Gilbert, Shelbyville. 
James N. Kehoe, Maysville. 
Frank A. Hopkins, Prestonsburg. 
Vincent Boreing, 4 London. 
W. Godfrey Hunter, 6 Burkesville. 



Murphy J. Foster, Franklin. 



Joseph E. Ransdell, Lake Providence. 
Samuel M. Robertson, Baton Rouge. 
Arsene P. Pujo, Lake Charles. 



MAINE. 



Eugene Hale, Ellsworth. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Amos L. Allen, Alfred. 

Charles E. Littleheld, Rockland. 



William P. Fiye, Lewiston. 

Edwin C. Burleigh, Augusta. 
Llewellyn Powers, Houlton. 



1 Resigned March 3, 1905, having been elected Vice President. 
■ Resigned March 4, 1903, having been elected Senator. 
3 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Chester I. 
Long, and took his seat November 9, 1903. 



• Died September 16, 1903. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Vincent Boreing, 
and took his seat December 3, 1903. 



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MARYLAND. 



SENATORS. 



Louis E. McComas, Williamsport. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



.William H. Jackson, Salisbury. 
J. Frederick C. Talbott, Towson. 
Frank C. Wachter, Baltimore. 



Arthur Pue Gorman, Laurel. 



JameB W. Denny, Baltimore. 
Sydney E. Mudd, La Plata. 
George A. Pearre, Cumberland. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 



SENATORS. 



George F. Hoar, 1 Worcester. 
Winthrop Murray Crane, 2 Dal ton. 



REPRESENTATIVES . 



George P. Lawrence, North Adams. 
Frederick H. Gillett, Springfield. 
John K. Thayer, Worcester. 
Charles Q. Tirrell, Natick. 
Butler Ames, Lowell. 
Augustus P. Gardner, Hamilton. 
Ernest W. Koberts, Chelsea. 



MICHIGAN. 



Henry Cabot Lodge, Nahant. 



Samuel W. McCall, Winchester. 
John A. Keliher, 3 Boston. 
William S. McNary, Boston. 
John A. Sullivan, Boston. 
Samuel L. Powers, Newton. 
William S. Greene, Fall River. 
William C, Lovering, Taunton. 



SENATORS. 



Julius C. Burrows, Kalamazoo. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Alfred Lucking, Detroit. 
Charles E. Townsend, Jackson. 
Washington Gardner, Albion. 
Edward L. Hamilton, Niles. 
William Alden Smith, Grand Rapids. 
Samuel W. Smith, Pontiac. 

MINNESOTA. 



Russell A. Alger, Detroit. 

Henry McMorran, Port Huron. 
Joseph W. Fordney, Saginaw. 
Roswell P. Bishop, Ludington. 
George A. Loud, Au Sable. 
Archibald B. Darragh, St. Louis. 
H. Olin Young, Ishpeming. 



Knute Nelson, Alexandria. 

James A. Tawney, Winona. 
James T. McCleary, Mankato. 
Charles R. Davis, St. Peter. 
Frederick C. Stevens, St. Paul. 
John Lind, Minneapolis. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



MISSISSIPPI. 



SENATORS. 



Hernando D. Money, Carrollton. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Ezekiel S. Candler, jr., Corinth. 
Thomas Spight, Ripley. 
Benjamin G. Humphreys, Greenwood. 
AVilson S. Hill, Winona. 



Moses E. Clapp, St. Paul. 

Clarence B. Buckman, Little Falls. 
Andrew J. Volstead, Granite Falls. 
J. Adam Bede, Pine City. 
Halvor Steenerson, Crookston. 



Anselm J. McLaurin, Brandon. 



Adam M. Byrd, Philadelphia. 
Eaton J. Bowers, Bay St. Louis. 
Frank A. McLain, Gloster. 
John Sharp Williams, Yazoo. 



MISSOURI. 



SENATORS. 



Francis M. Cockrell, Warrensburg. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



James T. Lloyd, Shelbyville. 
William W. Rucker, Keytesville. 
John Dougherty, Liberty. 
Charles F. Cochran, St. Joseph. 
William S. Cowherd, Kansas City. 
David A. De Armond, Butler. 
Courtney W. Hamlin, Springfield. 
Dorsey W. Shackleford, Jefferson City. 



William J. Stone, Jefferson City 

Champ Clark, Bowling Green. 
Richard Bartholdt, St. Louis. 
John T. Hunt, St. Louis. 
James J. Butler, St. Louis. 
Edward Robb, Perryville. 
Willard D. Vandiver, Cape Girardeau. 
Maecenas E. Benton, Neosho. 
Robert Lamar, Houston. 



1 Died September 30, 1904. 

2 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by death of George F. 
Hoar, and took his seat December 6, 1904. 



J Election unsuccessfully contested by Joseph A. Conry. 



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393 



MONTANA. 



William A. (lark. Butte. 



SENATORS. 

Paris Gibson, Great Falls. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

Joseph M. Dixon, Missoula. 
NEBRASKA. 



Charles H. Dietrich, Hastings. 

Elmer J. Burkett, Lincoln. 
Gilbert M. Hitchcock, Omaha. 
John J. McCarthy, Ponca. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Joseph H. Millard, Omaha. 

Edmund H. Hinshaw, Fairbury. 
George W. Norris, McCook. 
Moses P. Kinkaid, O'Neill. 



NEVADA. 

SENATORS. 

William M. Stewart, Carson City. Francis G. Newlands, Reno. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

Clarence D. Van Duzer, Tonopah. 
NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

SENATORS. 

Jacob H. Gallinger, Concord. Henry E. Burnham, Manchester. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Cyrus A. Sulloway, Manchester. Frank D. Currier, Canaan. 

NEW JERSEY. 



John Kean, Elizabeth. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Henry C. Loudenslager, Paulsboro. 
John J. Gardner, Atlantic Cily. 
Benjamin F. Howell, New Brunswick. 
William W. Lanning, 1 Trenton. 
Ira W. Wood, 2 Trenton. 
Charles N. Fowler, Elizabeth. 



John F. Dryden, Newark. 

William Hughes, Paterson. 

R. Wayne Parker, Newark. 

William II . Wiley, East Orange. 

Allan Benny, Bayonne. 

Allan L. McDermott, Jersey City. 



NEW YORK. 



SENATORS. 



Thomas C. Piatt, Owego. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Townsend Scudder, Glen Head. 
George H. Lindsay, Brooklyn. 
Charles T. Dunwell, Brooklyn. 
Frank E. Wilson, Brooklyn. 
Edward M. Bassett, Brooklyn. 
Robert Baker, Brooklyn. 
John J. Fitzgerald, Brooklyn. 
Timothy D.' Sullivan, New York. 
Henry M. Goldfogle, New York. 
William Sulzer, New York. 
William R. Hearst, New York. 
George B. McClellan, 3 New York. 
W. Bourke' Cockran, 4 New York. 
Francis B. Harrison. New York. 
Ira E. Rider, New York. 
William H. Douglas, New York. 
Jacob Ruppert, jr., New York. 
Francis E. Shober, New York. 
Joseph A. Goulden, Fordham. 



Chauncey M. Depew, Peekskill. 

Norton P. Otis, Yonkers. 
Thomas W. Bradley, Walden. 
John II . Ket chain, Dover Plains. 
William 11. Draper, Troy. 
George N. Sout.hwick, Albany. 
George J. Smith, Kingston. 
Lucius N. Littauer, Gloversville. 
William H. Flack, Malone. 
James S. Sherman, Utica. 
Charles L. Knapp, Lowville. 
Michael E. Driscoll, Syracuse. 
John W. Dwight, Dryden. 
Sereno E. Payne, Auburn. 
James B. Perkins, Rochester. 
Charles W. Gillet, Addison. 
James W. Wads worth, Geneseo. 
William H. Ryan, Buffalo. 
De Alva S. Alexander, Buffalo. 
Edward B. Vreeland, Salamanca. 



1 Resigned June G, 1004, having been appointed United 
States District Judge for New Jersey. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of William 
M. Lanning, and took his seat December 5, 1904. 



3 Resigned December 21, 1903, having been elected mayor of 
New York City. 

* Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of George B. 
McClellan, and took his seat March 9, 1904. 



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NORTH CAROLINA. 



SENATORS. 



Furnifold McL. Simmons, Raleigh. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John H. Small, Washington. 
Claude Kitchin, Scotland Neck. 
Charles R. Thomas, Newbern. 
Edward W. Pou, Smithfield. 
William W. Kitchin, Roxboro. 



Lee S. Overman, Salisbury. 

Gilbert B. Patterson, Maxton. 
Robert N. Page, Biscoe. 
Theodore F. Kluttz, Salisbury. 
Edwin Y. Webb, Shelby. 
James M. Gudger, jr., 1 Asheville. 



NORTH DAKOTA. 

SENATORS. 

Henry C. Hansbrough, Devils Lake. Porter J. McCumber, Wahpeton. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Thomas F. Marshall, Oakes. Burleigh F. Spalding, Fargo. 

OHIO. 



SENATORS. 



Joseph B. Foraker, Cincinnati. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Nicholas Longworth, Cincinnati. 
Herman P. Goebel, Cincinnati. 
Robert M. Nevin, Dayton. 
Harvey C. Garber, Greenville. 
John S. Snook, Paulding. 
Charles Q. Hildebrant, Wilmington. 
Thomas B. Kyle, Troy. 
William R. Warnock, Urbana. 
James H. Southard, Toledo. 
Stephen Morgan, Oak Hill. 
Charles H. Grosvenor, Athens. 
De Witt C. Badger, Columbus. 



John H. Mitchell, Portland. 



Binger Hermann, 10 Roseburg. 



OREGON. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Marcus A. Hanna, 2 Cleveland. 
Charles Dick. 3 Akron. 



Amos H. Jackson, Fremont. 
William W. Skiles, 4 Shelby. 
Amos R. Webber, 5 Elyria. 
Henry C. Van Voorhis, Zanesville. 
Joseph J. Gill, 6 Steubenville. 
Capell L. Weems, 7 St. Clairsville. 
John W. Cassingham, Coshocton. 
James Kennedy, Youngstown. 
Charles Dick, 8 Akron. 
William Aubrey Thomas, 9 Niles. 
Jacob A. Beidler, Willoughby. 
Theodore E. Burton, Cleveland. 



Charles W. Fulton, Astoria. 



John N. Williamson, Prineville. 



PENNSYLVANIA. 



Boies Penrose, Philadelphia. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESE NTATIVES . 



Henry H. Bingham, Philadelphia. 
Robert Adams, jr., Philadelphia. 
Henry Burk, 13 Philadelphia. 
George A. Castor, 14 Philadelphia. 
Robert W. Foerderer, 15 Philadelphia. 
Reuben O. Moon, 16 Philadelphia. 
Edward de V. Morrell, Torresdale. 
George D. McCreary, Philadelphia. 
Thomas S. Butler, West Chester. 



Matthew S. Quay. 11 Beaver. 
Philander C. Knox, 1 - Pittsburgh. 



Irving P. Wanger, Nomstown. 
H. Burd Cassel, Marietta. 
George Howell, 17 Scranton. 
William Connell, 18 Scranton. 
Henry W. Palmer, Wilkes-Barre. 
George R. Patterson, Ashland. 
Marcus C. L. Kline, Allentown. 
Charles F. Wright, Susquehanna. 
Elias Deemer, Williamsport. 



' Election unsuccessfully contested by James M. Moody. 

2 Died February 15, 1904. 

3 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Marcus A. 
Hanna, and took his seat March 23, 1904. 

< Died January 9, 1904. 

& Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of "William W. 
Skiles, and took his seat December 5, 1904. 

6 Resigned October 31, 1903. 

7 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Joseph J. 
Gill, and took his seat November 9, 1903. 

8 Resigned March 23, 1904, having been elected United States 
Senator. 

9 Elected to fill vacancy caused bv resignation of Charles 
Dick, and took his seat December 5, 1904. 

10 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Thomas H. 
Tongue in preceding Congress, and took his seat November 
9, 1903. 



» Died May 28, 1904. 

12 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by death of Matthew S. 
Quay, and took his seat January 25, 1905. 

" Died December 5, 1903. 

u Elected to fill vacancy caused by the death of Henry 
Burk. and took his seat February 29, 1904. 

15 Died July 26, 1903. 

'6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Robert H. 
Foerderer, and took his seat November 9, 1903. 

» Served until February 10, 1904; succeeded by William 
Connell, who contested his election. 

18 Successfully contested the election of George Howell, and 
took his seat February 10, 1904. 



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395 



Charles H. Dickerman, Milton. 
Thaddeus M. Mahon, Chambersburg. 
Marlin E. Olmsted, Harrisburg. 
Alvin Evans, Ebensburg. 
Daniel F. Lafean, York. 
Solomon R. Dresser, Bradford. 
George F. Huff, Greensburg. 
Allen F. Cooper, Uniontown. 
Ernest F. Aeheson, Washington. 



Arthur L. Bates, Meadville. 
Joseph H. Shull, Stroudsburg. 
William O. Smith, Punxsutawney. 
Joseph C. Sibley, Franklin. 
George Shiras, 3d, Allegheny. 
John Dalzell, Pittsburgh. 
H. Kirk Porter, Pittsburgh. 
James W. Brown, Pittsburgh. 



RHODE ISLAND. 



SENATORS. 

Nelson W. Aldrieh, Providence. George P. Wetmore, Newport. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Daniel L. 1). Granger, Providence. Adin B. Capron, Stillwater. 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 

SENATORS. 

Benjamin R. Tillman, Trenton. Asbury C. Latimer, Belton. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 



George S. Legare, Charleston. 
George W. Croft, 1 Aiken. 
Theodore G. Croft, 2 Aiken. 
Wyatt Aiken, Abbeville. 



Joseph T. Johnson, Spartanburg. 
David E. Finley, Yorkville. 
Robert B. Scarborough, Conway. 
Asbury F. Lever, 3 Lexington. 



SOUTH DAKOTA. 



SENATORS. 



Robert J. Gamble, Yankton. 



Alfred B. Kittredge, Sioux Falls. 



Charles H. Burke, Pierre. 



William B. Bate, Nashville. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



TENNESSEE. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Walter P. Brownlow, Jonesboro. 
Henry R. Gibson, Knoxville. 
John A. Moon, Chattanooga. 
Morgan C. Fitzpatrick, Hartsville. 
James D. Richardson, Murfreesboro. 



Eben W. Martin, Deadwood. 



Edward W. Carmack, Memphis. 

John W. Gaines, Nashville. 
Lemuel P. Padgett, Columbia. 
Thetus W. Sims, 4 Linden. 
Rice A. Pierce, Union City. 
Malcom R. Patterson, Memphis. 



TEXAS. 



Charles A. Culberson, Dallas. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Morris Sheppard, Texarkana. 
Sam Bronson Cooper, Beaumont. 
Gordon Russell, Tyler. 
Choice B. E-andell, Sherman. 
Jack Beall, Waxahachie. 
Scott Field, Calvert. 
Alexander W. Gregg, Palestine. 
Thomas H. Ball, 5 Huntsville. 
John M. Pinckney, 6 Hempstead. 



Joseph W. Bailey, Gainesville. 

George F. Burgess, Gonzales. 
Albert S. Burleson, Austin. 
Robert L. Henry, Waco. 
Oscar W. Gillespie, Furl Worth. 
John H. Stephens, Vernon. 
James L. Slayden, San Antonio. 
John N. Garner, Uvalde. 
William R. Smith, Colorado. 



1 Died March 9, 1904. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of George W. Croft, 
and took his seat December 5. 1904. 

3 Election unsuccessfully contested by Alexander D. Dantz- 
ler. 



4 Election unsuccessfully contested by F. M. Davis. 
6 Resigned November 16, 1903. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Thomas H. 
Ball, and took his seat December 7, 1903. 



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UTAH. 

SENATORS. 

Thomas Kearns, Salt Lake City. Reed Smoot, Provo City. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

Joseph Howell, Logan. 
VERMONT. 

SENATORS. 

Redfield Proctor, Proctor. William P. Dillingham, Montpelier. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

David J. Foster, Burlington. Kittredge Haskins, Brattleboro. 

VIRGINIA. 

SENATORS. 

John W. Daniel, Lynchburg. Thomas S. Martin, Scottsville. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

William A. Jones, Warsaw. Carter Glass, Lynchburg. 

Harry L. Maynard, Portsmouth. James Hay, Madison. 

John Lamb, Richmond. John F. Rixey, Brandy. 

Robert G. Southall, Amelia. Campbell Slemp, Big Stone Gap. 

Claude A. Swanson, Chatham. Henry D. Flood, Appomattox. 

WASHINGTON. 

SENATORS. 

Addison G. Foster, Tacoma. Levi Ankeny, Walla Walla. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Wesley L. Jones, North Yakima. William E. Humphrey, Seattle. 

Francis W. Cushman, Tacoma. 

WEST VIRGINIA. 

SENATORS. 

Stephen B. Elkins, Elkins. Nathan B. Scott, Wheeling. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Blackburn B. Dovener, Wheeling. Harry C. Woodyard, Spencer. 

Alston G. Dayton, Philippi. James A. Hughes, Huntington. 

Joseph H. Gaines, Charleston. 

WISCONSIN. 

SENATORS. 

John C. Spooner, Madison. Joseph V. Quarles, Milwaukee. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Henry A. Cooper, Racine. John J. Esch, La Crosse. 

Henry C. Adams, Madison. James H. Davidson, Oshkosh. 

Joseph W. Babcock, Neeedah. Edward S. Minor, Sturgeon Bay. 

Theobold Otjen, Milwaukee. Webster E. Brown, Rhinelander. 

William H. Stafford, Milwaukee. John J. Jenkins, Chippewa Falls. 
Charles H. Weisse, Sheboygan Falls. 



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WYOMING. 

SENATORS. 

Francis E. Warren. Cheyenne. Clarence D. Clark, Evans ton. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

Frank W. Mondell, Newcastle. 
TERRITORY OF ARIZONA. 

DELEGATE. 

John F. Wilson, Prescott. 
TERRITORY OF HAWAII. 

DELEGATE. 

Jonah K. Kalanianaole, Waikiki. 
TERRITORY OF NEW MEXICO. 

DELEGATE. 

Bernard S. Rodey, Albuquerque. 
TERRITORY OF OKLAHOMA. 

DELEGATE. 

Bird S. McGuire,' Pawnee. 
PORTO RICO. 

RESIDENT COMMISSIONER. 

Federico Degetau, San Juan. 
1 Election unsuccessfully contested by William M. Cross. 



FIFTY-NINTH CONGRESS. 



MARCH 4, 1905, TO MARCH 3, 1907. 



FIRST SESSION— December 4, 1905, to June 30, 1906. SECOND SESSION— December 3, 
1906, to March 3, 1907. SPECIAL SESSION OF THE SENATE— March 4, 1905 to 
March 18, 1905. 



VICE-PRESIDENT— Charles W. Fairbanks, of Indiana. PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE PRO 
TEMPORE— William P. Frye, of Maine. SECRETARY OF THE SENATE— Charles G. Bennett, 
of New York. 

SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE— Joseph G. Cannon, of Illinois. CLERK OF THE HOUSE— 
Alexander McDowell, of Pennsylvania. 



ALABAMA. 

SENATORS. 

John T. Morgan, Selma. Edmund W. Pettus, Selma. 

REPRESE NTATIVES . 

George W. Taylor, Demopolis. John H. Bankhead, Fayette. 

Ariosto A. Wiley, Montgomery. John L. B. Burnett, Gadsden. 

Henry D. Clayton, Eufaula. William Richardson, Huntsville. 

Sydney J. Bowie, Anniston. Oscar W. Underwood, Birmingham. 
James T. Heflin, Lafayette. 

ARKANSAS. 

SENATORS. 

James H. Berry, Bentonville. James P. Clarke, Little Rock. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Robert B. Macon, Helena. Charles C. Reid, Morrillton., 

Stephen Brundidge, jr., Searcy. Joseph T. Robinson, Lonoke. 

John C. Floyd, Yellville. Robert M. Wallace, Magnolia. 

John S. Little, 1 Greenwood. 

CALIFORNIA. 

SENATORS. 

George C. Perkins, Oakland. Frank P. Flint, Los Angeles. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

James N. Gillett, 2 Eureka. Everis A. Hayes, San Jose. 

William F. Englebright, 3 Nevada City. James C. Needham, Modesto. 

Duncan E. McKinlay, Santa Rosa. James McLachlan, Pasadena. 

Joseph R. Knowland, Alameda. Sylvester C. Smith, Bakersfield. 
Julius Kahn, San Francisco. 

COLORADO. 

SENATORS. 

Henry M. Teller, Central City. Thomas M. Patterson, Denver. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Franklin E. Brooks, Colorado Springs. Herschel M. Hogg, Telluride. 

Robert W. Bonynge, Denver. 

> Resigned to take effect January 14, 1907, having been a Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of James N. 
elected Governor. Gillett, and took his seat January 3, 1907. 

- Resigned November 4, 1906, having been elected Governor. 

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399 



CONNECTICUT. 



SENATORS. 

Orville H. Piatt, 1 Meriden. 

Frank B. Brandegee, 2 New London. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Geonro 1.. Lilley, Waterbury. 
E. Stevens Henry, Rockville. 
Nehemiah D. Sperry, New Haven. 

DELAWARE. 



Morgan G. Bulkeley, Hartford. 



Frank B. Brandegee, 3 New London. 
Edwin \V. Higgins, 4 Norwich. 
Ebenezer J. Hill, Norwalk. 



SENATORS. 



J. Frank Allee, Dover. 



Henry A. du Pont/ Winterthur. 



REPRESENTATIVE. 

Hiram It. Burton, Lewes. 
FLORIDA. 

SRNATOR8. 

Stephen R. Mallory, Pensacola. James P. Taliaferro, Jacksonville. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Stephen M. Sparkman, Tampa. William B. Lamar, Monticello. 

Frank Clark, Lake City. 



GEORGIA. 

SENATORS. 

Augustus 0. Bacon, Macon. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Rufus E. Lester, 6 Savannah. 
James W. Overstreet, 7 S\ lvania. 
James M. Griggs, Dawson. 
Elijah B. Lewis, Montezuma. 
William C. Adamson, Carrollton. 
Leonidas F. Livingston, Covington. 

IDAHO. 

SENATORS. 



Alexander S. Clay, Marietta. 

Charles L. Bartlett, Macon. 
Gordon Lee, Chickamauga. 
William M. Howard, Lexington. 
Thomas M. Bell, Gainesville. 
Thomas W. Hardwick, Sandersville. 
William G. Brantley, Brunswick. 



Fred. T. Dubois, Blackfoot. 



Weldon B. Heyburn, Wallace. 



REPRESENTATIVE. 

Burton L. French, Moscow. 
ILLINOIS. 



Shelby M. Cullom, Springfield. 

Martin B. Madden, Chicago. 
James R. Mann, Chicago. 
William W. Wilson, Chicago. 
Charles S. Wharton, Chicago. 
Anthony Michalek, 8 Chicago. 
William Lorimer, Chicago. 
Philip Knopf, Chicago. 
Charles MeGavin, Chicago. 
Henry S. Boutell, Chicago. 
George E. Foss, Chicago. 
Howard M. Snapp, Joliet. 
Charles E. Fuller, Belvidere. 
Robert R. Hitt, 9 Mount Morris. 
Frank O. Lowden, 10 Oregon. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Albert J. Hopkins, Aurora. 

Benjamin F. Marsh, 11 Warsaw. 
James McKinney, 12 Aledo. 
George W. Prince, Galesburg. 
Joseph V. Graff, Peoria. 
John A. Sterling, Bloomington. 
Joseph G. Cannon, Danville. 
William 15. McKinley, Champaign. 
Henry T. Rainey, Carrollton. 
ZenoJ. Rives, Litchfield. 
William A. Rodenberg, East St. Louis. 
Frank S. Dickson, Ramsey. 
Pleasant T. Chapman, Vienna. 
George W. Smith, Murphysboro. 



i Died April 21, 1905. 

- Elected tofill vacancy caused by death of Orville II. Piatt, 
and took his seat December 5, 1905. 

3 Resigned May 9, 19U."i. having been elected Senator. 

* Elected to fill vacancy caused bv resignation of Frank B. 
Brandegee. and took his seat December 4, 1905. 

; ' Elected to fill vacancy in the term commencing .March 4. 
1905. and took his seat December 3, 1906; vacancy from 
March 4, 1905, to June 13, 1906, caused by failure of legislature 
to elect. 

« Died June 16, 1906. 

7 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Rufus E. Lester, 
and took his seat December 3, 1906. 



8 Protests of certain citizens of Fifth District were filed 

against his being seated upon grounds he was not of legal 

idanalien; committee reported resolution declaring him 

qti ilified and entitled to the seat, which was agreed to 

March G, 1906. 

s Died September 19, 1906. 

10 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Robert R. Hitt, 
and took his seat December 3, 1906. 

11 Died June 2, 1905. 

12 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Benjamin F. 
Marsh, and took his seat December 4, 1905. 



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CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY. 



INDIANA. 

SENATORS. 



Albert J. Beveridge, Indianapolis. 



James A. Hemenway, Boonville. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



James A. Hemenway, 1 Boonville. 
John H. Foster, 2 Evansville. 
John C. Chaney, Sullivan. 
William T. Zenor, Corydon. 
Lincoln Dixon, North Vernon. 
Elias S. Holliday, Brazil. 
James E. Watson, Rushville. 
Jesse Overstreet, Indianapolis. 



IOWA. 



George W. Cromer, Muncie. 
Charles B. Landis, Delphi. 
Edgar D. Crumpacker, Valparaiso. 
Frederick Landis, Logansport. 
Newton W. Gilbert, 3 Fort Wayne. 
Clarence C. Gilhams, 4 La Grange. 
Abraham L. Brick, South Bend. 



William B. Allison, Dubuque. 

Thomas Hedge, Burlington. 
Albert F. Dawson, Preston. 
Benjamin P. Birdsall, Clarion. 
Gilbert N. Haugen, Northwood. 
Robert G. Cousins, Tipton. 
John F. Lacey, Oskaloosa. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Jonathan P. Dolliver, Fort Dodge. 

John A. T. Hull, Des Moines. 
William P. Hepburn, Clarinda. 
Walter I. Smith, Council Bluffs. 
James P. Conner, Denison. 
Elbert H. Hubbard, Sioux City. 



KANSAS. 



Joseph R. Burton, 5 Abilene. 
Alfred W. Benson, 6 Ottawa. 
Charles Curtis, 7 Topeka. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Charles F. Scott, Iola. 
Charles Curtis, 8 Topeka. 
Justin D. Bowersock, Lawrence. 
Philip P. Campbell, Pittsburg. 



Chester I. Long, Medicine Lodge. 



James M. Miller, Council Grove. 
William A. Calderhead, Marysville. 
William A. Reeder, Logan. 
Victor Murdock, Wichita. 



KENTUCKY. 



SENATORS. 

Joseph C. S. Blackburn, Versailles. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Ollie M. James, Marion. 
Augustus O. Stanley, Henderson. 
James M. Bichardson, Glasgow. 
David H. Smith, Hodgensville. 
Swagar Sherley, Louisville. 
Joseph L. Rhinock, Covington. 

LOUISIANA. 



James B. McCreary, Richmond. 



South Trimble, Frankfort, 
George G. Gilbert, Shelbyville. 
Joseph B. Bennett, Greenup. 
Frank A. Hopkins, Prestonsburg. 
Don C. Edwards, London. 



SENATORS. 

Samuel D. McEnery, New Orleans. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Adolph Meyer, New Orleans. 
Robert C. Davey, New Orleans. 
Robert F. Broussard, New Iberia. 
John T. Watkins, Minden. 

MAINE. 



Murphy J. Foster, Franklin. 

Joseph E. Ransdell, Lake Providence. 
Samuel M. Robertson, Baton Rouge. 
Arsene P. Pujo, Lake Charles. 



Eugene Hale, Ellsworth. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Amos L. Allen, Alfred. 

Charles E. Littlefield, Rockland. 



i Resigned March 18, 1905, having been elected United States 
Senator. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of James A. 
Hemenway, and took his seat December 4, 1905. 

' Resigned November 6, 1906, having been appointed judge 
In the Philippine Islands. 

< Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Newton 
W Gilbert, and took his seat December 3, 1906. 



William P. Frye, Lewiston. 

Edwin C. Burleigh, Augusta. 
Llewellyn Powers, Houlton. 



5 Resigned June 4, 1900. 

s Appointed to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Joseph R. 
Burton, and took his seat June 14, 1906. 

' Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Joseph R. 
Burton, and took his seat January 29, 1907. 

8 Resigned January 2S, 1907, having been elected Senator. 



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401 



MARYLAND. 



SENATORS. 

Arthur Pue Gorman, 1 Laurel. 
William Pinkney Whyte, 2 Baltimore. 



Iaidor Rayner, Baltimore. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Thomas A. Smith, Ridgely. 

J. Frederick C. Talbot t, Towson. 

Frank C. Wachter, Baltimore. 



John Gill, jr., Baltimore. 
Sydney E. Mudd, La Plata. 
George A. Pearre, Cumberland. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 



W. Murray Crane, Dalton. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Henry Cabot Lodge, Nahant. 



George P. Lawrence, North Adams. 
Frederick II. Gillett, Springfield. 
Rockwood Hoar, 3 Worcester. 
Charles G. Washburn, 4 Worcester. 
Charles Q. Tirrell, Natick. 
Butler Ames, Lowell. 
Augustus P. Gardner, Hamilton. 
Ernest W. Roberts, Chelsea. 



Samuel W. McCall, Winchester. 
John A. Keliher, Boston. 
William S. McNary, Boston. 
John A. Sullivan, Boston. 
John W. Weeks, Newton. 
William S. Greene, Fall River. 
William C. Lovering, Taunton. 



MICHIGAN. 



SENATORS. 



Julius C. Burrows, Kalamazoo. 



Russell A. Alger, 5 Detroit. 

William Alden Smith, 6 Grand Rapids. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Edwin Denby, Detroit. 

Charles E. Townsend, Jackson. 

Washington Gardner, Albion. 

Edward L. Hamilton, Niles. 

William Alden Smith, 7 Grand Rapids. 

Samuel W. Smith, Pontiac. 

Henry McMorran, Port Huron. 



Joseph W. Fordney, Saginaw. 
Roswell P. Bishop, Ludington. 
George A. Loud, Au Sable. 
Archibald B. Darragh, St. Louis. 
H. Olin Young, Ishpeming. 



MINNESOTA. 



SENATORS. 



Knute Nelson, Alexandria. 



Moses E. Clapp, St. Paul. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



James A. Tawney, Winona. 
James T. McCleary, Mankato. 
Charles R. Davis, "St. Peter. 
Frederick C. Stevens, St. Paul. 
Loren Fletcher, Minneapolis. 



MISSISSIPPI. 



Clarence B. Buckman, Little Falls. 
Andrew J. Volstead, Granite Falls. 
J. Adam Bede, Pine City. 
Halvor Steenerson, Crookston. 



SENATORS. 



Hernando D. Money, Carrollton. 



Anselm J. McLaurin, Brandon. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Ezekiel S. Candler, jr., Corinth. 
Thomas Spight, Ripley. 
Benjamin G. Humphreys, Greenville. 
Wilson S. Hill, Winona. 



Adam M. Byrd, Philadelphia. 
Eaton J. Bowers, Bay St. Louis. 
Frank A. McLain, Gloster. 
John Sharp Williams, Yazoo. 



i Died June 4, 1900. 

2 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by death of Arthur Pue 
Gorman, and took his seat. June 11, 1906. 

3 Died November 1. 1906. 

1 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Rockwood Hoar, 
and took his seat January 3, 1907. 



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5 Died January 24. 1907. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Russell A. Alger, 
and took his seat February 11. 1907. 

7 Resigned to take eflect February 9, 1907, having been 
elected Senator. 



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MISSOURI. 



SENATORS. 



William J. Stone, Jefferson City. 



William Warner, Kansas City. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



James T. Lloyd, Shelbyville. 
William W. Rucker, Keytesville. 
Frank B. Klepper, Kingston. 
Frank B. Fulkerson, St. Joseph. 
Edgar C. Ellis, Kansas City. 
David A. De Armond, Butler. 
John Welborn, Lexington. 
Dorsey W. Shackleford, Jefferson City. 
Champ Clark, Bowling Green. 



Richard Bartholdt, St. Louis. 
John T. Hunt, St. Louis. 
Ernest E. Wood, 1 St. Louis. 
Harry M. Coudrey, 2 St. Louis. 
Marion E. Rhodes, Potosi. 
William T. Tyndall, Sparta. 
Cassius M. Shartel, Neosho. 
Arthur P. Murphy, Rolla. 



MONTANA. 

SENATORS. 

William A. Clark, Butte. Thomas H. Carter, Helena. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

Joseph M. Dixon, Missoula. 
NEBRASKA. 

SENATORS. 

Joseph H. Millard, Omaha. Elmer J. Burkett, Lincoln. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 



Ernest M. Pollard, 3 Nehawka. 
John L. Kennedy, Omaha. 
John J. McCarthy, Ponca. 



Edmund H. Hinshaw, Fairbury. 
George W. Norris, McCook. 
Moses P. Kinkaid. O'Neill. 



NEVADA. 

SENATORS. 

Francis G. Newlands, Reno. George S. Nixon, Winnemucca. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

Clarence D. Van Duzer, Tonopah. 
NEW HAMPSHIRE. 

SENATORS. 

Jacob H. Gallinger, Concord. Henry E. Burnham. Manchester. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Cyrus A. Sulloway, Manchester. Frank D. Currier, Canaan. 

NEW JERSEY. 



SENATORS. 



John Kean, Elizabeth. 



John F. Dryden, Newark. 



REPRESENTATIVES . 



Henry C. Loudenslager, Paulsboro. 
John J. Gardner, Atlantic City. 
Benjamin F. Howell, New Brunswick. 
IraW. Wood, Trenton. 
Charles N. Fowler, Elizabeth. 



Henry C. Allen, Little Falls. 
R. Wayne Parker, Newark. 
William H. Wiley, East Orange. 
Marshall Van Winkle, Jersey City. 
Allan L. McDermott, Jersey City. 



' Served until June 23 1906; succeeded by Harry M. Coudrey, s Elected to All vacancy caused by resignation of Elmer J. 
who contested bis election. Burkett, and took his seat December 4, 1905. 

2 Successfully contested the election of Ernest E. Wood, and 
took his seat June 23, 1906. 



FIFTY-NINTH CONGRESS. 



403 



NEW YORK. 



Thomas C. Piatt, Owego. 



SENATORS. 



Chauncey M. Depew, Peekskill. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William W. Cocks. Westbury. 
George H. Lindsay, Brooklyn. 
Charles T. Dunwell, Brooklyn. 
Charles B. Law, Brooklyn. 
George E. Waldo, Flatbush. 
William M. Calder, Brooklyn. 
John J. Fitzgerald, Brooklyn. 
Timothy D. SullivaD, 1 New York. 
Daniel J. Riordan, 2 New York. 
Henry M. Goldfogle, New York. 
William Sulzer, New York. 
William R. Hearst, New York. 
W. Bourke Cockran, New York. 
Herbert Parsons, New York. 
Charles A. Towne, New York. 
J. Van Vechten Olcott, New York. 
Jacob Ruppert, jr., New York. 
William S. Bennet, New York. 
Joseph A. Goulden, Fordham. 



John E. Andrus, Yonkers. 
Thomas W. Bradley, Walden. 
John II. Ketcham, 3 Lover Plains. 
William 11. Draper, Troy. 
George N. Southwick. Albany. 
Frank J. Le Fevre, New Paltz. 
Lucius N. Littauer, Glovers ville. 
William H. Flack, 4 Malone. 
James S. Sherman, Utica. 
Charles L. Knapp, Low ville. 
Michael E. Driscoll, Syracuse. 
John W. Dwight, Dryden. 
Sereno E. Payne, Auburn. 
James B. Perkins, Rochester. 
J. Sloat Fassett, Elmira. 
James W. Wadsworth, Geneseo. 
William II. Ryan, Buffalo. 
De Alva S. Alexander, Buffalo. 
Edward B. Vreeland, Salamanca. 



NORTH CAROLINA. 

SENATORS. 

Furnifold McL. Simmons, Raleigh. Lee S. Overman, Salisbury. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John H. Small. Washington. 
Claude Kitchin, Scotland Neck. 
Charles R. Thomas, Newbern. 
Edward W. Pou, Smithfield. 
William W. Kitchin, Roxboro. 



Gilbert B. Patterson, Maxton. 
Robert N. Page, Biscoe. 
E. Spencer Blackburn, Wilkesboro. 
Edwin Y. Webb, Shelby. 
James M. Gudger, jr., Asheville. 



NORTH DAKOTA. 

SENATORS. 

Henry C. Hansbrough, Devils Lake. Porter J. McCumber, Wahpeton. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Thomas F. Marshall, Oakes. Asle J. Gronna, Lakota. 

OHIO. 



SENATORS. 



Joseph B. Foraker, Cincinnati. 



Charles Dick. Akron. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Nicholas Longworth, Cincinnati. 
Herman P. Goebel. Cincinnati. 
Robert M. Nevin, Dayton. 
Harvey C. Garber, Greenville. 
William W. Campbell, Napoleon. 
Thomas E. Scroggy, Xenia. 
J. Warren Keifer, Springfield. 
Ralph D. Cole, Findlay. 
James H. Southard, Toledo. 
Henry T. Bannon, Portsmouth. 
Charles H. Grosvenor, Athens. 



Edward L. Taylor, jr., Columbus. 
Grant E. Mouser, Marion. 
Amos R. Webber, Elyria. 
Beman G. Dawes, Marietta. 
Capell L. Weems, St. Clairsville. 
Martin L. Smyser, Wooster. 
James Kennedy, Youngstown. 
W. Aubrey Thomas, Niles. 
Jacob A. Beidler, Willoughby. 
Theodore E. Burton, Cleveland. 



> Resigned Jnly 27, 1906. 

3 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Timothy D. 
Sullivan, and took his seat December 3, 1900. 



]>i .] Novembers, 1906. 
Died February 2, 1907. 



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OREGON. 



SENATORS. 



John H. Mitchell, 1 Portland. 
John M. Gearin, 2 Portland. 
Frederick W. Mulkev, 3 Portland. 



Charles W. Fulton, Astoria. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Binger Hermann, Roseburg. 



John N. Williamson. Prineville. 



PENNSYLVANIA. 



Boise Penrose, Philadelphia. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Henry H. Bingham, Philadelphia. 
Robert Adams,* Philadelphia. 
John E. Reyburn, 5 Philadelphia. 
George A. Castor, 6 Philadelphia. 
J. Hampton Moore, 7 Philadelphia. 
Reuben O. Moon, Philadelphia. 
Edward de V. Morrell, Torresdale. 
George D. McCreary, Philadelphia. 
Thomas S. Butler, West Chester. 
Irving P. Wanger, Norristown. 
H. Burd Cassel, Marietta. 
Thomas H. Dale, Scranton. 
Henry W. Palmer, Wilkes-Barre. 
George R. Patterson, 8 Ashland. 
Charles N. Brumm, 9 Pottsville. 
Marcus C. L. Kline, Allentown. 
Mial E. Lilley, Towanda. 
Elias Deemer, Williamsport. 



Philander C. Knox, Pittsburgh. 



Edmund W. Samuel, Mount Carmel. 
Thaddeus M. Mahon, Chambersburg. 
Marlin E. Olmsted, Harrisburg. 
John M. Reynolds, Bedford. 
Daniel F. Lafean, York. 
Solomon R. Dresser, Bradford. 
George F. Huff, Greensburg. 
Allen F. Cooper, Uniontown. 
Ernest F. Acheson, Washington. 
Arthur L. Bates, Meadville. 
Gustav A. Schneebeli, Nazareth. 
William O. Smith, Punxsutawney. 
Joseph C. Sibley, Franklin. 
William II. Graham, Allegheny. 
John Dalzell, Pittsburgh. 
James F. Burke, Pittsburgh. 
Andrew J. Barchfeld, Pittsburgh. 



RHODE ISLAND. 

SENATORS. 

Nelson W. Aldrich, Providence. George P. Wetmore,- Newport. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Daniel L. D. Granger, Providence. Adin B. Capron, Stillwater. 

SOUTH CAROLINA. 



SENATORS. 



Benjamin R. Tillman, Trenton. 



Asbury C. Latimer, Belton. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



George S. Legare, 10 Charleston. 
James O. Patterson," Barnwell. 
Wyatt Aiken, Abbeville. 
Joseph T. Johnson, Spartanburg. 



David E. Finley, Yorkville. 
J. Edwin Ellerbe, Marion. 
Asbury F. Lever, 12 Lexington. 



SOUTH DAKOTA. 



SENATORS. 

Robert J. Gamble, Yankton. Alfred B. Kittredge, Sioux Falls. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Charles H. Burke, Pierre. Eben W. Martin, Deadwood. 



i Died December 8, 1905. 

2 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by death of John H. 
Mitchell, and took his seat December 21, 1905. 

3 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of John H. Mitch- 
ell, and took his seat January 30, 1907. 

'Died June 1, 1906. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Robert Adams, 
and took his seat December 3, 1906. 
« Died February 19, 1906. 



7 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of George A. Cas- 
tor, and took his seat December 3, 1906. 
"Died March 21, 1906. 

9 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of George R. Pat- 
terson, and took his scat December 3, 1906. 

10 Election unsuccessfully contested by Aaron P. Prioleau. 

11 Election unsuccessfully contested by Isaac Myers. 

'2 Election unsuccessfully contested by Charles C. Jacobs. 



FIFTY-NINTH CONGRESS. 



405 



TENNESSEE. 



SENATORS. 



William B. Bate, 1 Nashville. 
James B. Frazier, 2 Chattanooga. 



Edward W. Carmack, Memphis. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Walter P. Brownlow, Jonesboro. 
Nathan W. Hale, Rnoxville. 
John A. Moon, Chattanooga. 
Mounce G. Butler, Gainesboro. 
William C. Houston, Woodbury. 



John W. Gaines, Nashville. 
Lemuel P. Padgett, Columbia. 
Thetus W. Sims, Linden. 
Finis J. Garrett, Dresden. 
Malcolm R. Patterson, 3 Memphis. 



TEXAS. 



SENATORS. 



Charles A. Culberson, Dallas. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Morris Sheppard, Texarkana. 
Moses L. Broocks, 4 San Augustine. 
Gordon Russell, Tyler. 
Choice B. Randell, Sherman. 
Jack Beall, Waxahachie. 
Scott Field, Calvert. 
Alexander W. Gregg, Palestine. 
John M. Pinckney, 5 Hempstead. 
John M. Moore, 6 Richmond. 



TJTAH. 



SENATORS. 



Reed Smoot, Provo City. 



Joseph W. Bailey, Gainesville. 



George F. Burgess, Gonzales. 
Albert S. Burleson, Austin. 
Robert L. Henry, Waco. 
Oscar W. Gillespie, Fort Worth. 
John H. Stephens, Vernon. 
James L. Slayden, San Antonio. 
John N. Garner, Uvalde. 
William R. Smith, Colorado. 



George Sutherland, Salt Lake City. 



REPRESENTATIVE. 

Joseph Howell, Logan. 
VERMONT. 

SENATORS. 

Redfield Proctor, Proctor. William P. Dillingham, Waterbury. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

David J. Foster, Burlington. Kittredge Haskins, Brattleboro. 

VIRGINIA. 



John W. Daniel, Lynchburg. 

William A. Jones, Warsaw. 
Harry L. Maynard, Portsmouth. 
John Lamb, Richmond. 
Robert G. Southall, Amelia. 
Claude A. Swanson, 7 Chatham. 
E. Watts Saunders, 8 Clark Hill. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Thomas S. Martin, Charlottesville. 

Carter Glass, Lynchburg. 
James Hay, Madison. 
John F. Rixey, 9 Brandy. 
Campbell Slemp, Big Stone Gap. 
Henry D. Flood, Appomattox. 



WASHINGTON. 



SENATORS. 

Levi Ankeny, Walla Walla. Samuel H. Piles, Seattle. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 



Wesley L. Jones, North Yakima. 
Francis W. Cushman, Tacoma. 



William E. Humphrey, Seattle. 



i Died March 9, 1905. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of William B. Bate, 
and took his seat December 4, 1905. 

3 Resigned November 5, 1906, having been elected Governor. 
* Election unsuccessfully contested by A. J. Houston. 

'- Died April 24, 1905. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of John M. Pinck- 
ney, and took his seat December 4, 1905. 



'Resigned to take effect January 30, 1906, having been 
elected Governor. 

6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Claude A. 
Swanson. and took his seat December 3, 1906. 

s Died February 8, 1907. 



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WEST VIRGINIA. 



SENATORS. 



Stephen B. Elkins, Elkins. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Blackburn B. Dovener, Wheeling. 
Alston G. Dayton, 1 Philippi. 
Thomas B. Davis, 2 Keyser. 



John C. Spooner, Madison. 



WISCONSIN. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Henry A. Cooper, Racine. 
Henry C. Adams, 3 Madison. 
John M. Nelson, 4 Madison. 
Joseph W. Babcock, Necedah. 
Theobold Otjen, Milwaukee. 
William H. Stafford, Milwaukee. 



WYOMING. 



SENATORS. 



Francis E. Warren, Cheyenne. 



Nathan B. Scott, Wheeling. 



Joseph Holt Gaines, Charleston. 
Harry C. Woodyard, Spencer. 
James A. Hughes, Huntington. 



Robert M. La Follette, Madison. 



Charles H. Weisse, Sheboygan Falls. 
John J. Esch, La Crosse. 
James H. Davidson, Oshkosh. 
Edward S. Minor, Sturgeon Bay. 
Webster E. Brown, Rhinelander. 
John J. Jenkins, Chippewa Falls. 



Clarence D. Clark, Evanston. 



REPRESENTATIVE . 

Frank W. Mondell, Newcastle. 
TERRITORY OF ALASKA. 5 

DELEGATE. 

Frank H. Waskey, 6 Nome. 
TERRITORY OF ARIZONA. 

DELEGATE. 

Marcus A. Smith, Tucson. 
TERRITORY OF HAWAII. 

DELEGATE. 

Jonah K. Ealanianaole, 7 Waikiki. 
TERRITORY OF NEW MEXICO. 

DELEGATE. 

William II. Andrews, Albuquerque. 
TERRITORY OF OKLAHOMA. 

DELEGATE. 

Bird S. McGuire, Pawnee. 
PORTO RICO. 

RESIDENT COMMISSIONER. 

Tulio Larrinaga, San Juan. 



1 Resigned March 16, 1905, having been appointed United 
States district judge. 

2 Elected to fill vacancy caused by resignation of Alston G. 
Dayton, and took his seat December 4 ( 1905. 

3 Died July 9, 1906. 

* Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Henry C. Adams 
and took his seat December 3, 1906. 



6 Formed from territory ceded to the United States by Rus- 
sia by treaty of March 30, 1867; granted a civil government, 
without representation in Congress, by act OS May V- , 18S4; 
granted the right to Delegate representation n Congress, bv 
Act of May 8, 1906. 

6 Took his seat December 3, 1906. 

7 Election unsuccessfully contested by Curtis P. Iaokea. 



SIXTIETH CONGRESS. 



MARCH 4, 1907, TO MARCH 3, 1909. 



FIRST SESSION— December 2, 1907, to May 30, 1908. SECOND SESSION— December 

1908, to March 3, 1909. 



VICE-PRESIDENT— Charles W. Fairbanks, 
PRO TEMPORE — William P. Frye, 1 of Maine. 
Bennett, of New York. 

SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE— Joseph G. Cannon, 
Alexander McDowell, of Pennsylvania. 



of Indiana. PRESIDENT OF THE SENATE 
SECRETARY OF THE SENATE— Charles G. 



of Illinois. CLERK OF THE HOTJSE- 



John T. Morgan, 2 Selma. 
John H. Bankhead, 3 Fayette. 

George W. Taylor, Demopolis. 
Ariosto A. Wiley, 6 Montgomery. 
Oliver C. Wiley', 7 Troy. 
Henry D. Clayton, Eufaula. 
William B. Craig, Selma. 



ALABAMA. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



ARKANSAS. 



Edmund W. Pettus, 4 Selma. 
Joseph F. Johnston, 5 Birmingham. 

James T. Heflin, Lafayette. 
Richmond P. Hobson, Greensboro. 
John L. Burnett, Gadsden. 
William Richardson, Huntsville. 
Oscar W. Underwood, Birmingham. 



James P. Clarke, Little Rock. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



Robert 3. Macon, Helena. 
Stephen Brundidge, jr., Searcv. 
John 0. Floyd, Yellville. 
William B. Cravens, Fort Smith. 



Jeff Davis, Little Rock. 

Charles 0. Reid, Morrillton. 
Joseph T. Robinson, Lonoke. 
Robert M. Wallace, Magnolia. 



CALIFORNIA. 



George C. Perkins, Oakland. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



William F. Englebright, Nevada City. 
Duncan E. McKinlay, Santa Rosa. 
Joseph R. Knowland, Alameda. 
Julius Kahn, San Francisco. 

COLORADO. 



Frank P. Flint, Los Angeles. 

Everis A. Hayes, San Jose. 
James C. Needham, Modesto. 
James McLachlan, Pasadena. 
Sylvester C. Smith, Bakersfield. 



SENATORS. 

Henry M. Teller, Central City. Simon Guggenheim, Denver. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

George W. Cook, Denver. Warren A. Haggott, Idaho Springs. 

Robert W. Bonynge, Denver. 



i Elected December 5, 1907. 
« Died June 11, 1907. 

3 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by death of John T. Mor- 
gan and took his seat January 13, 1908; subsequently elected. 
' Died July 27, 1907. 



6 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Edmund W. 
Pettus, and took his seat December 3, 1907. 

« Died June 17, 1908. 

7 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of Ariosto A. Wiley, 
and took his seat December 7, 1908. 

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408 CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY. 

CONNECTICUT. 

SENATORS. 

Morgan G. Bulkeley, Harford. Frank B. Brandegee, New London. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

George L. Lilley, 1 Waterbury. Edwin W. Higgins, Norwich. 

E. Stevens Henry, Rockville. Ebenezer J. Hill, Norwalk. 

Nehemiah D. Sperry, New Haven. 

DELAWARE. 



SENATORS. 

Henry A. du Pont, Winterthur. 

REPRESENTATIVE . 

Hiram R. Burton, Lewes 
FLORIDA. 

SENATORS. 



Harry A. Richardson, Dover. 



Stephen R. Mallory, 2 Pensacola. 
William J. Bryan, 1 Jacksonville. 
William H. Milton, 4 Marianna. 



Stephen M. Sparkman, Tampa. 
Frank Clark, Gainesville. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 

GEORGIA. 

SENATORS. 

Augustus 0. Bacon, Macon. 

REPRESENTATIVES. 

Charles G. Edwards, Savannah. 
James M. Griggs, Dawson. 
Elijah B. Lewis, Montezuma. 
William C. Adamson, Carrollton. 
Leonidas F. Livingston, Covington. 
Charles L. Bartlett, Macon. 

IDAHO. 



James P. Taliaferro, Jacksonville. 



William B. Lamar, Monticello. 



Alexander S. Clay, Marietta. 

Gordon Lee, Chickamauga. 
William M. Howard, Lexington. 
Thomas M. Bell, Gainesville. 
Thomas W. Hardwick, Sandersville. 
William G. Brantley, Brunswick. 



SENATORS. 

Weldon B. Heyburn, Wallace. William E. Borah, Boise. 

REPRESENTATIVE. 

Burton L. French, Moscow. 
ILLINOIS. 



Shelby M. Cullom, Springfield. 

Martin B. Madden, Chicago. 
James R. Mann, Chicago. 
William W. Wilson, Chicago. 
James T. McDermott, Chicago. 
Adolph J. Sabath, 5 Chicago. 
William Lorimer, Chicago. 
Philip Knopf, Chicago. 
Charles McGavin, 6 Chicago. 
Henry S. Boutell, Chicago. 
George E. Foss, Chicago. 
Howard M. Snapp, Joliet. 
Charles E. Fuller, Belvidere. 
Frank O. Lowden, Oregon. 



SENATORS. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



i By resolution of January 20, 1909, seat was declared to have 
been vacated January 6, 1909, for the reason that incumbent 
had entered upon the duties of the office of governor of Con- 
necticut the preceding day. 

2 Died December 23, 1907. 

3 Appointed to fill vacancy caused by death of Stephen E. 
Mallory, and took his seat January 9, 1908; died March 22, 1908. 

• Appointed to fill vacancy in the term commencing March 4, 



Albert J. Hopkins, Aurora. 

James McKinney, Aledo. 
George W. Prince, Galesburg. 
Joseph V. Graff, Peoria. 
John A. Sterling, Bloomington. 
Joseph G. Cannon, Danville. 
William B. McKinley, Champaign. 
Henry T. Rainey, Carrollton. 
Benjamin F. Caldwell, Chatham. 
William A. Rodenberg, East St. Louis. 
Martin D. Foster, Olney. 
Pleasant T. Chapman, Vienna. 
George W. Smith, 7 Murphysboro. 
Napoleon B. Thietlewood,' 8 Cairo. 



1903, caused by deaths of Stephen B.. Mallory and William J. 
Bryan, and took his seat April G, 1908. 

<• Election unsuccessfully contested by Anthony Michalek. 

« Election unsuccessfully contested by Stanley H. Kunz. 

' Died November 30, 1907. 

8 Elected to fill vacancy caused by death of George vv ■ 
Smith, and took his seat February 26, 1908. 



SIXTIETH CONGRESS. 



409 



INDIANA. 



SENATORS. 



Albert J. Beveridge, Indianapolis. 



REPRESENTATIVES. 



John H. Foster, Evansville. 
John C. Chaney, Sullivan. 
William E. Cox, Jasper. 
Lincoln Dixon, North Vernon. 
Elias S. Holliday, Brazil. 
James E. Watson, Rushville. 
Jesse Overstreet, Indianapolis. 



IOWA. 



James A. Hemenway, Boonville. 



John A. M. Adair, Portland. 
Charles B. Landis,