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Votes in House on Enlistment and Habeas
Copy of the Johnson-Clarendon Convention.
XVIII. Female Suffrage 10 8-131
Report of the Majority of the Committee of
XIX. Common-School Bill 133-134:
Votes in House on the bill to provide a
XXII. State Platforms of 1871 and 1873..
1873—Republican, Democratic, and Liberal
True Value of Real and Personal Estate, by
C. Agricultural Statistics... .....18*
Value of Farms and Farm Products in Uni-
I>. Manufactures , 191
Statement showing the total value of manu-
Statement showing the votes by States, in
K. 3K.evenn.es and Expenditures of the
1 861,1863,1 863,1 864,1 865,1 866,1 867,
The Revenues are exhibited under the heads
up the various heads into which the Ex-
Acceptance of Candidates ,303-313
Proceedings and Platform of the Republican
HAND-BOOK OF POLITICS
MEMBERS OF FORTY-FIRST CONGRESS.
Third Session, December 5,1870—March 3,1871.
Schuyler Colfax, of Indiana, Vice President of the United States, and President of the Senate.
George C. Gorham, of California, Secretary.
Maine—Lot M. Morrill, Hannibal Hamlin.
New Hampshire—Aaron H. Cragin, James W. Patterson.
Vermont—Justin S. Morrill, George F. Edmunds. Massachusetts—Henry Wilson, Charles Sumner.
Rhode Island—Henry B. Anthony, William Sprague.
Connecticut—'Orris S. Ferry, William A. Buckingham. New York—Roscoe Conkling, Reuben E. Fenton.
New Jersey—Alexander G. Cattell, John P. Stockton.
Pennsylvania—Simon Cameron, John Scott.
Delaware—Willard Saulsbury, Thomas F. Bayard.
Maryland—George Vickers, William T. Hamilton.
Virginia—John W. Johnston, John F. Lewis.
North Carolina—Joseph C. Abbott, John Pool.
South Carolina—Thomas J. Robertson, Frederick A. Sawyer.
Georgia*—H. V. M. Miller, Joshua Hill.
Alabama—Willard Warner, George E. Spencer. Mississippi — Hiram R. Revels, Adelbert Ames.
*Mr. Miller qualified February 24,1871 j Mr. Hill, February 1,1871.
Louisiana—John S. Harris, William P. Kel
Ohio—John Sherman, Allen G. Thurman. Kentucky—Thomas C. McCreery, Garrett Davis.
Tennessee—Joseph S. Fowler, William G. Brownlow.
Indiana—Oliver P. Morton, Daniel D. Pratt.
Illinois—Richard Yates, Lyman Trumbull. Missouri—Francis P. Blair, jr.,* Carl Schurz.
Arkansas-^A\ex.a,ndev McDonald, Benjamin P.. Rice. Michigan — Jacob M. Howard, Zachariah Chandler.
Florida—Thomas W. Osborn, Abijah Gilbert. Texas—Morgan C. Hamilton, James W. Flanagan. Iowa—James B. Howell, James Harlan. Wisconsin—Timothy 0. Howe, Matthew H. Carpenter.
California—Cornelius Cole, Eugene Casserly. Minnesota—Ozora P. Stearns,f Alexander Ramsey.
Oregon—George H. Williams, Henry W. Corbett.
Kansas—Edmund G. Ross, Samuel C. Pomeroy.
West Virginia—Waitman T. Willey, Arthur I. Boreman.
Nevada—James W. Nye, William M. Stewart.
* Qualified January 25,1871. in place of Daniel T Jewett, wbo qualified December 22, 1870, under executive appointment, to fill the vacancy caused December 19,1870, by the resignation of Charles D. Drake.
t Qualified January 23,1871, in place of William Windom, who qualified December 5, 1870, under executive appointment, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Daniel S. Norton, July 13,1870.
Nebraska—John M. Thayer, Thomas W. Tipton.
House of Representatives.
James G. Blaine, of Maine, Speaker.
Edward McPherson, of Pennsylvania, Clerk.
Maine—John Lynch, SamuelP. Morrill, James G. Blaine, John A. Peters, Eugene Hale.
New Hampshire-■*Jacob H. Ela, Aaron F. Stevens, Jacob Benton.
Vermont—Charles W. Willard, Luke P. Poland, Worthington C. Smith.
Massachusetts—James Baffinton, Oakes Ames, Ginery Twichell, Samuel Hooper, Benjamin F. Butler, Nathaniel P. Banks, George M. Brooks, George F. Hoar, William B. Washburn, Henry L. Dawes.
Bhode Island—Thomas A. Jenckes, Nathan F. Dixon.
Connecticut—Julius L. Strong, Stephen W. Kellogg, Henry H. Starkweather, William H. Barnum.
New York—Henry A.Reeves, John G. Schumaker, Henry W. Slocum, John Fox, John Morrissey, Samuel S. Cox, Hervey C. Calkin, James Brooks, Fernando Wood, Clarkson N. Potter, Charles H. Van Wyck, John H. Ketcham, John A. Griswold, Stephen L. Mayham, Adolphus H. Tanner, Orange Ferriss, William A. Wheeler, Stephen Sanford, Charles Knapp, Addison H. Laflin, Alexander H. Bailey, John C. Churchill, Dennis McCarthy, George W. Cowles, William H. Kelsey,Giles W. Hotchkiss, Hamilton Ward, Charles H. Holmes, John Fisher, David S. Bennett, Porter Sheldon.
Neiv Jersey—William Moore, Charles Haight, John T. Bird, John Hill, Orestes Cleveland.
Pennsylvania—Samuel J. Randall, Charles O'Neill, Leonard Myers, William D. Kelley, Caleb N. Taylor, John D. Stiles, Washington Townsend, J. Lawrence Getz, Oliver J. Dickey, Henry L. Cake, Daniel M. Van Auken, George W. Woodward, Ulysses Mercur, John B. Packer, Richard J. Haldeman, John Cessna, Daniel J. Morrell, William H. Armstrong, Glenni W. Scofield, Calvin W. Gilfillan, John Covode,* James S. Negley, Darwin Phelps, Joseph B. Donley. Delaware—Benjamin T. Biggs. Maryland—Samuel Hambleton, Stevenson Archer, Thomas Swann, Patrick Hamill, Frederick Stone. Virginia—Richard S. Ayer, James H. Piatt, jr., Charles H. Porter, George W. Booker, Richard T. W. Duke,f William Milnes, jr., Lewis McKenzie, James K. Gibson. North Carolina—Clinton L. Cobb, Joseph Dixon, Oliver H. Dockery, John Manning, jr., Israel G. Lash, Francis E. Shober, Alexander H. Jones. South Carolina—Joseph H. Rainey, Christopher C. Bowen, Solomon L. Hoge, Alex", Wallace.
Georgia*—William W. Paine, Richard H.
Louisiana—J. Hale Sypher, Lionel A. Sheldon, Chester B. Darrall, James P. Newsham, Frank Morey.
Ohio—Peter W. Strader, Job E. Stevenson, Robert C. Schenck,f William Lawrence, William Mungen, John A. Smith, James J, Winans, John Beatty, Edward F. Dickinson, Erasmus D. Peck, John T. Wilson, Philadelph Van Trump, George W. Morgan, Martin Welker, Eliakim H. Moore, John A. Bingham, Jacob A. Ambler, William H. Upson, James A. Garfield.
Kentucky—Lawrence S. Trimble, William N. Sweeney, Joseph H. Lewis, J. Proctor Knott, Boyd Winchester, Thomas L. Jones, James B. Beck, George M. Adams, John M. Rice.
Tennessee—Roderick R. Butler, Horace Maynard, William B. Stokes, Lewis Tillman, William F. Prosser, Samuel M. Arnell, Isaac R. Hawkins, William J. Smith.
Indiana—William E. Niblack, Michael C. Kerr, William S. Holman, George W. Julian, John Coburn, Daniel W. Voorhees, Godlove S. Orth, James N. Tyner, John P. C. Shanks, William Williams, Jasper Packard.
Illinois—Norman B. Judd, John F. Farnsworth, Horatio C. Burchard, JohnB. Hawley, Ebon C. Ingersoll, Burton C.Cook, Jesse H. Moore, Shelby M. Cullom, Thompson W. McNeely, Albert G. Burr, Samuel S. Marshall, John B. Hay, John M. Crebs, John A. Logan.
Missouri—Erastus Wells, Gustavus A. Finkelnburg, James R. McCormick, Sempronius H. Boyd, Samuel S. Burdett, Robert T. Van Horn, Joel F. Asper, John F. Benjamin, David P. Dyer.
Arkansas—Logan H. Roots, Anthony A. C. Rogers, Thomas Boles.
Michigan—Fernando C. Beaman, William L. Stoughton, Austin Blair, Thomas W. Ferry, Omar D. Conger, Randolph Strickland.
Florida—Charles M. Hamilton.
Texas—George W. Whitmore, John C. Conner, William T. Clark, Edward Degener.
Iowa—George W. McCrary, William P. Wolf, William B. Allison, William Loughridge, Frank W. Palmer, Charles Pomeroy. Wisconsin—HaibertE. Paine •, David Atwood, Amasa Cobb, Charles A. Eldredge, Philetus Sawyer, Cadwalader C. Washburn. California—Samuel B. Axtell, Aaron A. Sargent, James A. Johnson.
*Diecl January 11,1871.
fTo fill the vacancy caused by the death of Robert Bidgway.
*Messrs. Price, Young, Bethune, and Long qualified January 16,1871; Mr. Paine, January 23; Mr. Corker, January 24, and Mr. Whiteley, February 9.
t Resigned, January 5,1871.