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HEIGHT OF SEVERAL STEEPLES, TOWERS, DOMES, ETC., IN
PHILADELPHIA.

Height in feet.
West Spruce Street Presbyterian Church, Spruce and Seventeenth streets..

Steeple 248
Slasonic Temple, Broad and Filbert streets....
St. Peter's, Roman Catholic Church, Fifth and Girard avenue.. .....

Steeple 235
Methodist Episcopal Church, Broad and Arch....

233 St. Mark's, Episcopal, Locust west of Sixteenth

232-7 North Broad Street Presbyterian Church, Broad and Green......

232 First Baptist Church, Broad and Arch....

225 St Mark's, Lutheran Church, Spring Garden above Thirteenth..

225 St. Peter's, Episcopal Church, Third and Pine.

218 Cathedral, Roman Catholic, Eighteenth above Race...

Dome 216
Tabernacle, Baptist Church, Chestnut above Eighteenth.

Steeple 212
Alexander, Presbyterian Church, Nineteenth and Green
Annunciation, Roman Catholic Church, Tenth and Dickerson..
Christ Church, Episcopal, Second above Market....

196 St. Augustine, Roman Catholic Church, Fourth below Vine..

188 Fourth Baptist Church, cor. Fifth and Buttonwood....

188 Zion, Lutheran Church, Franklin above Race.

186 Oxford Presbyterian Church, Broad and Oxford

182 St. Clement's, Episcopal Church, Twentieth and Cherry, taken down in 1869.

175 West Arch Street Presbyterian Church, Eighteenth and Arch..

Towers 115 West Philadelphia Baptist Church, Thirtieth and Chestnut...........

Steeple 170 Yativity, Episcopal Church, Tenth and Mount Vernon...

170 Beck's Shot Manufactory, Arch near Schuylkill, built in 1808, torn down in 1834.. Tower 166 Filth Presbyterian Church, Arch above Tenth

Steeple 165 St. John's, German Lutheran Church, Fifteenth and Ogden..........

165 State House, Chestnut, between Fifth' and Sixth..

160 State House, built 1741, torn down 1778..

Steeple 150 State House, from 1778 to 1828. ...

Tower and Spire 69 Assumption, Roman Catholic, Spring Garden near Twelfth.

160 Berean, Baptist Church, Chestnut street, West Philadelphia.

160 Fifth Baptist Church, Spring Garden and Eighteenth,

156 Holy Trinity, Episcopal Church, Nineteenth and Walnut..... First Presbyterian Church, Chelten avenue, Germantown..

Spire 150 Masonic Hall, Chestnut street, burnt down 1819.

Steeple 150 St. Joachim's, Roman Catholic Church, Frankford, taken down in 1873.....

150
Sparks' Shot Manufactory, Carpenter street, Southwark...
Jayne's Building, Chestnut street below Third, burned March 4, 1871...

144
St. Mary's, P. E. Church, West Philadelphia...
Stand Pipe, West Philadelphia Water Works..........
Chamber of Commerce, Second above Walnut.............

Observatory 1345
St. Dominic's, Roman Catholic, Holmesburg........

Steeple 132
First Baptist Church, Price street, Germantown..
Rodef Shalom, Synagogue, Broad and Mount Vernon..

125
First Congregational Church, cor. Frankford road and Columbia avenue...
Pennsylvania Hospital for the Insane-Male Department...
Gethsemane Baptist Church, cor. Eighteenth and Columbia avenue.

Tower 116
Masonic Hali, Chestnut strect....
Emmanuel, Episcopal Church, Holmesburg...

Steeple 112
St. Michael's, Roman Catholic Church, Second below Jefferson.....
St. Vincent of Paul, Roman Catholic Seminary, Chelten av, near Chew st., Germantown. Belfry 110
Girard College

Pediment 97
St. John's Orphan Asylum, Roman Catholic, West Philadelphia.

Turret 96
Eastern Penitentiary, Coates street......

Main Central Tower 97
Entrance

65

Corner Tower 58 Ledger Building, Sixth and Chestnut..

Central Dome go
Philadelphia Exchange, Dock street...

Steeple 90
Spruce Street Baptist Church, Spruce below Fifth..
St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, Tenth above Chestnut.

Towers 86
Spring Garden Water Works......

... Chimney 83 University College, Ninth below Locust...

Towers 80 St. James the Less, P. E. Church, Falls of Schuylkill...

Tower 80 Baptist Church, Qucen street, Falls of Schuylkill..

Steeple 80
Moyamensing Prison....

Central Tower 77
Pennsylvania Hospital, Eighth and Pine
Bank of Pennsylvania, Second above Walnut, torn down in 1867..

68 Presbyterian Chapel, Twenty-first and Columbia avenue..

Steeple 65 Centre Square, Distributing House, taken down in 1829....

Dome 60 Fairmount Water Works.....

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d. k. m.

d. h. m.
O Full Moon... 16 18 P.M. New Moon... 16 8 52 A.M.
( Last Quarter 9 5 19 P.M.

First Quarter 23
7 2 A.M.

PHENOMENA,
THE SUN, THE MOON,

THE TIDES,
Philadelphia Philadelphia,

Philadelphia.
Rises Souths Sets kises. Souths Sets.

High Tide.
Low Tide.

(Apo., id. 4h. A.M.

bo
A.M.P.M. P.M. P.M. A.M. A.M. A.M. P.M. A.M.

P.M.

(Per., 15d. 6h. P.M. h.m. m.s.h.m. h. m. h. m. h. m. d. h.m. h. m. h. 9. h. m. $3 Apo.,28d. 10h. A.M. 91 IW 5 44 3 52 6 24 6 19

5 46 15 I 14 I 30 8 33 8

49 6.2 11.03 P.M. 4 south, 92 2 Th 5 42 3 34 6 25 o 17 6 6 16

1 47

2 5 9 6 9 24 6.3 9.06 A.M. 8 in . 93 3 F 5 41 3 16.6 26

8 18
O 50

2 23

2 40 9 42 9 59 6.4 10.39 P.M. Ald. sets. 5 39

2 58 6 27 9 21 I 38 6 49 18 2 59 3 18 10 18 10 37 6.5 3.08 A.m. h rises. 5 37 2 40 6 28 10 25 2 22

7 16 19

3 37 3 59 10 56 11 18 6.5 10.58 P.M. Sir. sets. 96 6 M 5 36

23
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3 9 7 49 20 4 20 4 43 11 39 6.5 8.34 P.M. sets, 97 7 Tu 5 34 5 6 30 A.M. 4 0 8 28 21

5 7 5 32 o o 26 6.3 5.05 A.M.OUl. 98 8W 5 33 1 486 31 o 30 4 55 9 17 22 5 56 6 23 0 51

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5 27 043 34 3 35 8 39 I 52 26 10 10 10 41 4 58 5 29 5.4 1.26 P.M. in Aph. 103 13 M 5 25 O 27 35 4 6 9 32 3 9 27 11 13 11 40 6 0

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2 2 52 3 18 10 1 10 37 6.5 6.32 A.M. O Co. 5 17 o 59 41 7 10 2 59 10 55 3 3 45 4 III 411 30 6.5 9.45 P. M. 4 south. 110 20 M 5 15 1 12 6 42 7 59

3 59 A.M.

4 4 37 5 6 11 56 6.4 8.30 P.M. Jsets. IN 21 Tu 5 14 1 24 6 43 8 56 4 58 2 5 5 33 5 O 25

9.45 P.M. Sir, sets. 112 22 W 5 13 I 36 6 44 9 59 5 54 o 58 6 6 26 6 53 I 18 1 45 5.9

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59
2 jo 6 47

I 13 8 17 2 47 9 9 17 9 43 4 8 4 36 5.3 9.12 P.M. Ald. sets. 116 26 S

5 7 2 20 6 482 14 8 58 3 II 10 10 7 10 32 5 2 5 265.4 6.02 P.M. OHO.

5 6 2 30 6 491 3 13 9 37 3 32 11 10 54 11 17 5 51 6 13 5.6 6.57 A.M. Ở 1 (. 118 28 Tu

5 5 2 396 50 4 11 10 16 3 52 12 11 39 11 59 6 36 6 58 5.8 8.42 P.M. 7 * set. 119 29

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o 19 718 7 38 5.9 8.27 P.M. sets. 120 30 Th 5 2 2 57 6 521 6 11 11 36 4 32 14 o 38 o 551 7 571 8 146.1 8.17 P.M. sets. HEBREW CALENDAR FOR 1874.

5635.

1874. Tishri

1 Sept.12 New Year.* 5634, 1874,

3

14 Fast of Guedaliah. Tebeth 14 Jan. 3 Sabbath.

10

21 Day of atonement. Shebat

I
19 New Moon.

15 26 Feast of Tabernacles. 15 Feb. 2 Chamisha Assar.

Oct. Hoshaana Rabba, Adar

1
18 New Moon.

22

2

Shemini Azereth. 13 Mar. 2 Fast of Esther.

Heshvan 1

12 New Moon.
14

3
Feast of Purim.

6

17 Sabbath. Nisan

19
New Moon.

Kislev

Nov, 12 New Moon,
IO 28 Sabbath. Haggadol.

25

Chanucca. (Feast of the 15 Apr. 2 Passover.*

Temple -- dedication 21 8 7th Day of Passover.*

by the Asmoneans. ] Iyar

1

17
New Moon,

Tebeth

1

9

New Moon. 14 May i Pessach Sheni.

10

18 Fast of Tebeth,
18
5 Lag Bomer (or Lao-

18

26 Sabbath,
mer).
Sivan

1
17 New Moon.

APRIL.
6
22 Shobuoth.

On the 15th, Mercury reaches its greatest disTamuz 1 June 16 New Moon.

tance from the Sun on the western side, and will 17 July 2 Fast of Tamuz.

be visible in the morning, rising at 4.28 A.M., 4° Ab

1
15 New Moon.

south of due cast. The Moon will be
Ab
9 July 23 Fast of Ab. [Destruc-

4° 50' south of Saturn on the 11th. tion of the Temple

17 south of Mercury on the 14th. in Jerusalem.)

0° 58' north of Venus on the 17th.
Elul
Aug. 14 New Moon.

3' north of Mars on the 17th.
2
15 Sabbath.

20

23' north of Jupiter on the 27th. • Strictly Observed.

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CONGRESSIONAL APPORTIONMENT MONARCHS OUT OF BUSINESS. OF PENNSYLVANIA.

The following persons who were living Oct. 1, By Act of April 28, 1873.

1873, formerly held positions as potentates : ist. First, Second, Seventh and Twenty-sixth December 2, 1848.

Austria-Ferdinand I., ex-emperor,

abdicated wards of the city of Philadelphia. ad. Eighth, Ninth, Tenth, Thirteenth, Four. ian II., who died March 10, 1864.

Bavaria-Marie, ex-queen, widow of Maximilteenth and Twentieth wards of said city, and that

France-Eugenie, ex-empress, deposed by revpart of the Seventeenth ward lying west of Sec

olution, Declaration decheance, February 28, ond street.

1871. 3d. The Third, Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, Eleventh,

Greece-Amelie, ex-queen, widow of Otho I., Twelfth and Sixteenth wards of said city.

deposed by revolution. 4th, The Fifteenth, Twenty-first, Twentyfourth, Twenty-seventh, Twenty-eighth and Great Britain, ex-king, 'deprived of the throne by

Hanover-George V., duke of Cumberland of Twenty-ninth wards of said city.

annexation of Hanover to Prussia September 20, 5th. The Eighteenth, Nineteenth, Twenty

1866. second, Twenty-third and Twenty-fifth wards

Hanover-Marie, ex-queen. of said city, and that part of the Seventeenth

Hesse-Frederick William, elector, deposed by ward lying east of Second street.

invasion and union of the electorate with Prussia 6th. Counties of Chester and Delaware.

September 20, 1866. 7th. County of Montgomery, and all that por

Hessc-Gertrude, ex-princess. tion of Bucks county not included in the Tenth

Hohenzollern-Charles Antoine, ex-prince, abDistrict.

dicated in favor of the king of Prussia December 8th. County of Berks.

7, 1849. Josephine, his wife, ex-princess. gth. County of Lancaster. ioth. Northampton and Lehigh counties, and widow of Prince Aloise, who died November 12,

Liechtenstein--Francoise de Paule, ex-princess, Durham, Milford, Springfield, Richland, Rock

1858. hill, Haycock, Nockamixon, Tinicum, townships of Bucks county, and the borough of Quaker- widow of Grand Duke George, who died Septem

Mecklenberg-Strelitz-Marie, ex-grand duchess, town, Bucks,

ber 6, 1860. with. Counties of Columbia, Montour, Carbon,

Mexico-Carlotta, ex-empress, deposed by rev. Monroe and Pike, and the townships of Nesco olution. peck, Black Creek, Sugarloaf, Buller, Hazel, Foster, Bear Creek, Bucks, Roaring Brook, Sa- revolution of 1859. Adelgonde, ex-grand duchess.

Modena, Francis V., grand duke, deposed by lem, Hollenbach, Huntingdon, Fairmount, Spring

Monaco-Caroline, ex-princess, widow of Brook, and that part of the city of Scranton south Florestan I., who died June 20, 1856. of Roaring Brook Creek and east of Lackawanna River and the boroughs of Dunmore, New Co-sian invasion and annexation of territory Septem

Nassau-Adolph, ex-duke, deposed by Pruslumbus, Goldsboro', White Haven, Jeddo and

ber 20, 1866. Hazleton. 12th. All that part of Luzerne county not in revolution 1859. Pie, his wife, ex-grand duchess.

Parma-Robert, ex-grand duke, deposed by cluded in the Eleventh District.

Charles II., ex.grand duke, deposed by revolu13th. County of Schuylkill.

tion of 1848. Therese, his wife, ex-grand duchess. 14th. Counties of Dauphin, Northumberland

Portugal - Ferdinand, ex-king, retired on the and Lebanon.

accession of his son Peter V., December 19, 1853. 15th. Counties of Bradford, Susquehanna,

Prussia-Elizabeth, ex-queen, widow of FredeWayne and Wyoming.,

rick William IV., who died June 2, 1861. 16th. Counties Tioga, Potter, McKean,

Rome-Pius IX., pope, deprived of temporaliCameron, Lycoming and Sullivan.

ties October 9, 1870. 17th. Counties of Bedford, Cambria, Blair

Saxe-Meiningen-Bernard, ex-duke, abdicated and Somerset, 18th. Counties of Franklin, Fulton, Juniata, duchess.

September 20, 1866. Marie, his wife, ex-grand Huntingdon, Snyder and Perry.

Sicily-Francis 11., ex-king, deposed by revo19th. Counties of York, Adams and Cumber

lution September, 1860. Marie, his wife, exland. 20th. Counties of Union, Clinton, Clearfield,

queen.

Spain-Marie Christine, ex-queen, widow of Elk, Mifflin and Centre.

Ferdinand VII., who died Sepiember 29, 1833. 21st. Counties of Westmoreland, Green and

Isabella II., ex-queen, deposed by revolution Fayette. 22d. The city of Pittsburg, the townships of September 30, 1868; abdicated June 25, 1870.

Amadeo I., ex-king, abdicated February 11, 1873. Chartiers, Union, Scott, Stowe, Robinson, Upper Marie, his wife, ex-queen. and Lower St. Clair, Baldwin, Wilkins, Penn, Snowden, Miffin and Jefferson, and the boroughs widow of Oscar I., who died July 8, 1859.

Sweden and Norway-Josephine, ex-queen, of Mansfield, Chartiers, Braddock's and West Elizabeth in the county of Allegheny.

Tuscany-Leopold II., grand duke, deposed by

revolution, abdicated July 21, 1859. Marie, his 23d. All that portion of Allegheny county not wife, ex-grand duchess. included in the Twenty-second District. 24th. Counties of Washington, Beaver and William 1., who died June 25, 1864.

Wurtemberg-Pauline, ex-queen, widow of Lawrence.

25th. Counties of Clarion, Armstrong, Indiana, Forrest and Jefferson,

The Philadelphia Ledger is one of the most 26th. Counties of Butler, Mercer and Crawford. careful and influential journals in the United 27th. Counties of Erie, Warren and Venango. States.-London Times, July 25, 1872.

Fifth Month,)

MAY.

[1874.

Day of the Year | Day of the Month.

Day of the Week.

Age.

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MOON'S PHASES, Philadelphia,
d. h. m.

d. k. m.
O Full Moon... I II 8 A.M.

New Moon... 15 5 16 Р.М.
Last Quarter 9

2 II A.M. First Quarter 22 10 18 P.M.
Full Moon... 31

PHENOMENA.

I 45 AM
THE SUN, THE MOON,

THE TIDES,
Philadelphia. Philadelphia.

Philadelphia.
Rises Souths Sets Rises, Souths Sets. High Tide. Low Tide.

( Per., 14d. ih. A.M. A.M.A.M. P.M.A.M. A.M. A.M

A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. k.m.".

s.h.m. h. m. h. m. h. m. d. 121 5 1 3 4 16 53 7 13

4 54 15 I 13 I 31 8 32 8 50 6.2 8.08 A.M. ( ecl, inv. 122 2 S. 4 59 3 12 6 54

0 20
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4 53 5 18

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2 23 2 53 5.6 8.22 P.M. 14 south. 4 50 3 49 7 2 6 7 24

o 50 24 8 38 99 3 23 3 57 5.4 7.56 P.M. 7* set. 4 49 3 517 8 14 2 4 25 9 40 10 9 4 28

4 59 5.3 10.34 A.M. V south. 132 12 Tu 4 49 3 5317 3 2 59 9 3 3 18 26 10 38 11 6 5 28 5 57 5.5

0.45 A.M. h rises. 133 13 W 4 48 3 53 7 4 3 25 9 54 4 34 27 11 36

6 25 6 55 5.7 8.03 P.M. Ald, sets. 134 14 Th 4 46 3 54 7 5 3 52 10 46 5 52 28

7 22 7 47 5.9 10.40 P.M. Ó O C. 135 15 F 4 45 3 537 6 4 23 1 41 7 11 29

1 18 8 13 8 37 6.2 9.46 P.M. Sir. sets. 4 44 3 52 7 7 5 I 0 40 8 30 1

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9 1 9 27 6.3 6.47 P.M.O.C. 137 17 S

4 43 3 51 7 8 5 45 I 41 9 43 2 2 35 3 2 9 54 10 216.5 6.57 A.M. . 138 18 M

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3 56 10 47 11 17 6.5 8.56 P.M. 9 sets. 139 19 Tu 4 42 3 46 7 10 743 3 42 11 35 4 4 23 4 49 11 42

7:47 A.M. 4 station. 4 41 3 43 7 II 8 49 4 37 A.M 5 5 15 5 39

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7-31 P.M. 2 south. 143 23 S 4 39 3 31 7 13 4

6

55 T 14 8 7 36 8 I 2 32 2 55 5.6 0.45 A.M. Reg rises, 144 24 S 4 38 3 26 7 14 1

4 7 35 1 369 8 26 8 51 3 20 3 45 5.4 0.30 P.M. Ó 24 (. 145 25 4 38 3 20 7 15 2 3 8 14 I 57 10 9

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9 40 4 10 4 35 5:3 9.15 P.M. Y sets. 146 26 Tu 4 37 3 14 7 16 3 1

2 17 LITO 4 10 27 4 59 5 23 5.4 1.04 P.M. $ in Per. 147 27 W

4 36 3 7 16 4 9 34 2 36 12 10 51 11 14 5 46 6 10 5.6 8.57 P.M. Spica S. 148 28 Th 3 17 17 5

2 58 13 11 38 6 33 6 57 5.7 11.39 P.M, h rises, 149 29 F 4 35 2 53 7 18

3 22 14
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9.40 P.M. Arc. S. 150 30 S 4 35 2 45 7 197 12 11 51 3 51 15 O 43 I

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MAY.
All Saints' Day...

Nov.

All Souls' Day. There is a beautiful conjunction of Venus and

Advent Sunday. Mars on the 3d of this month, when Venus passes

Christmas Day... 12' south of Mars. The phenomenon will be best visible early in the evening, as Venus retires at

St. John the Evangelist's Day.

27 8.30 P.M. The Moon will be 4° 46' south of Saturn on the 8th.

We have neglected to acknowledge the receipt 1° 59' north of Mercury on the 14th.

of the Almanac for 1873, issued from the Phila2° 27' north of Mars on the 16th.

delphia Public Ledger establishment on the first 42' north of Venus on the 17th.

of the year, and sent gratuitously to the eighty. 29' north of Jupiter on the 24th.

odd thousand subscribers to that popular journal. It contains a large variety of useful matter, gen.

ral as as local, ar much scientific informaFixed and Movable Feasts, Fasts, etc., 1874. tion. The Public Ledger, as a newspaper, under Epiphany:

Jan. 6 the management of its proprietor, Mr. George W. Valentine's Day.

Feb. 14 Childs, has achieved a broad fame as a reliable Shrove Tuesday.

17 and instructive journal. Its news always shows Ash Wednesday.

18 a far-reaching ability to gather what is desirable St. Patrick's Day

to the public to find in a newspaper, and the pith Palm Sunday...

29 and point of the same only is given. Precision Maundy Thursday

Apr. seems to be the characteristic tone of the contents Good Friday.

of the Ledger, from the beginning of its editorials Easter Sunday.

down to and even through all its multitudinous Whitsunday

May 24 advertisements. In fact, it is a model newspaper Trinity Sunday...

in the hands of a model proprietor.-Oxford St. John the Baptist's Day..

June 24 | Press, Chester county, Pa., Jan. 22, 1893.

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ELECTORAL AND POPULAR VOTES FOR PRESIDENTS OF THE U. S. 1789–1873.

| Whole Nu, of

Popular Electoral
00 uf
Candidates.

No. of
Vote.

Vote.
Term.

Electors. Voting 1989 GEORGE WASHINGTON

69 John Adams...

34 69 1793 GEORGE WASHINGTON (Federal)..

132 John Adams (Fed.)..

77 132 15 1797 JOHN ADAMS (Fed.).

71
Thomas Jefferson (Republican)..

68
139

16 1801 THOMAS JEFFERSON* (Rep.)... Aaron Burr (Fed.).....

73 138 16 THOMAS JEFFERSON (Rep.)...

162 Charles C. Pinckney (Fed.)..

14 176 17 1809 JAMES MADISON (Rep.).

122 Charles C. Pinckney (Fed. ).......

47 George Clinton (Democrat)......

6 175 17 1813

JAMES MADISON (Dem.)......
De Witt Clinton (Dem.).............

89 217

18 JAMES MONROE (Dem.).....

183

34 Rufus King (Fed.)..........

217

18 1821 JAMES MONROE (Dem.)....

231 John Quincy Adams (Dem.).

235 24 1825 JOHN QUINCY ADAMS* (Coalition)..

105,321 84 Andrew Jackson (Dem.).

152,899 William H. Crawford (Dem.)...

47,265 Henry Clay (Dem.)...

47,087 37 261

24 ANDREW JACKSON (Dem.).... 1829

650,028 168

512,138
John Quincy Adams (National Rep.) ..........

83
261

24 ANDREW JACKSON (Dem.).....

687,502 219
Henry Clay (National Rep.)............

550,189 49
John Floyd.
William Wirt (Anti-Masonic).

7
288

24 1837 MARTIN VAN BUREN (Dem.).

762,149

170 William H. Harrison (Whig)

73

26 Hugh L. White

736,736
Daniel Webster (Whig)

14
294

26 W, P, Mangum (Whig) 1841 WILLIAM H. HARRISON (Whig)..

1,274,783 234 Martin Van Buren (Dem.).....

1,128,702

60 James G. Birney (Abolitionist).

17,609

294 1845 JAMES K. Polk (Dem. )........

1,335,834 170 Henry Clay (Whig)...

1,297,053

105 James G. Birney (Abolit.)

62,270

275 1849 ZACHARY TAYLOR (Whig).

1,362,031 163 Lewis Cass (Dem.).......

1,222,455 127 Martin Van Buren (Free Soil)...

291,455

290 30 1853 FRANKLIN PIERCE (Dem.)..

1,590,490 254 Winfield Scott (Wh)

1,378,589 42 John C. Hale (Abolit.).

157,296

296 31 JAMES BUCHANAN (Dem.)..

1,832,232 174 John C. Fremont (Free Soil).

1,315,514 109

874,707 B Millard Fillmore (American).

291 1861 APRAHAM LINCOLN (Rep.).

1,857,610 180 John C. Breckenridge (Dem.).....

874,953 72 Stephen A. Douglass (Ind. Dem.)..

1,365,976 John Bell (Constitutional Union).

590,631 39 303 33 1865 ABRAHAM LINCOLN (Rep.).........

2,203,131

..... George B, McClellan (Dem.)...

1,797,019 21

233 261 1869 ULYSSES S. GRANT (Rep.).............

3,012,833

214 2,703,249

80 Horatio Seymour (I)em.)............

294

341 1873 ULYSSES S. GRANT (Rep.)....

3,597,070

286
Horace Greeley (Dem. and Lib. Rep. ).......

2,834,079
Charles O'Conor (Straight Dem.).........
James R. Black (Temperance)..............
Thomas A. Hendricks (Dem.)...

42

18
B. Gratz Brown (Dem.)....
Charles J. Jenkins (Dem.).......
David Davis (Dem.)..

349

351 • The President was elected by the House of Representatives. 1 Ten States did not vote.

1 Three States did not vote. The electoral yotes of Louisiana.7, of Arkansas,5, and 3 of Georgia, cast for Horace Greeley, who was dead before the Leeting of the Electoral College, were rejected.

II

26

26

1857

31

12

212

2
1

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