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80 nijohns or car- do for men, women & ment rods

2% do do of silver.

30 fgal or less ea. 15 children, of palm leaf, do chain cables, or Knobs, of metal. 30 hf gal to 3 gal.. 30 rattau, willow, or any parts thereof, manuf.

Lac dye...

free er 3 gal.. 50 other substance, hair or in whole or in part. 27, Lace, gold and silver.. 15 is.

.per ct 30 whalebone .....per ct 35 do chain, other than Lace, coach es, Angora, goats' do linings of cotton... 30 chain cables...

4 do thread & insertings 15 other hair... 25 Hemlock..

20 do all other chainsuf, do bobbinet, cotton 20 eath. for men.doz$1 25 Hempseed ...

20 the links of greater do cotton, quillings & lo habit for wom.$100 Hemp, unmanuf...ton $40 length than those in ca- inserting., called trimdo do for children.. 50 do Manilla, Sunn and bles, not oth. spec ..p.c 30 ming laces

20 do extra and demi other India...

$25 do sciup and old ton $10 do veils, shades and gth, for women.... $150 do all manuf, of, exc. do manuf.or of wh.ch shawls of silk

30 do do children ... 75 yarn and cordage, not iron is a compon't part,

do thread or bobbinet 40 5 linen.... per ct 25th. specified

oth. specitied...P.c 30 do collars, capes, hdkfs
20 Henbane
20 Irons, mill, and mill caps, &c...

40 O wool

30 Hessians, hemp... 20 cranks of wr't iron.. Ib 4 do collars, capes, &c. 10 cotton or silk. 30 Hides and skins, raw.. 5 Iron, hatters' & tailors' silk..

30 lue

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5 Hoes ...

30 pressing irons, & cast do of silk generally. Toats' hair.

1 Hinges, wrought iron, iron buus or hinges... 274 Lancets. do manuf. of per ct 20 brass or copper

30 do wr ught, for ships, Lant'rns, horn pl’tes for 20 5 do cast iron butts... lb 272 locomotives and steam

80 do tan'd&dres'd.doz$250 Hollands, brown...p.c 25 engines, and malleable

3 do do not dressed....$100 Hones....

20 iron..

4 Lasting or prunelia, for Gold leaf ..... per ct 20 Honey & honey water. 20 do steam, gas or water shoes and buttons,pr ct 5 Gold & silver services, Hooks, renp'g &sickles 30 tubes or pipes, made of Laudanum.

25 vessels and warez..... 30 Hooks and eyes, except

band or rolied iron .... 5 Lavender.. Grain-barley....bush 20 gold or silver....

30 do mill saws, & cut Lawn, cotton.... do pearl barley.. lb 2 do gold or silver.. 20 saws & pit sa ws..each $1 do linen.. do

maize..... bush 10 Hoops,iron, ready made 30 do tacks, brads and Lead, all manufactures do ry?.. 15 Hops...

20 sprigs, not exc. 16 oz. of, not otherwise speci. do oats

10 Horns of all kinds.. 5 to the thousand.....M 5 fied, or of which lead is do wheat 25 Horse hair

10do do exc. 16 oz.... lb 5 a component material 30 Other grain... .per ct 20 Hosiery, cotton, wool do for railroads...ton $25 do old and scrap, pr lb 1% Grapes not dried. 20 or worsted

30 do can'n shot, weights do in pigs and bars... Grape vines .free do silk, exc. shirts and and kentledge....... lb 1 Lead.

4 Grass, Manilla or oth- drawers..

30. do square wire for um. Lead types or stereo. er .... ..ton $25 Hose, leather 35 brellus, in pieces..p.c 12%type,...

..pr ct 25 do cables or cordage. Ib4 Hungary water

25 do screws, called wood do pencils, bl’k or red 25 do cloth

23 screws. ...perct 25 Hydrometers, glass.

..]b 12 do red or white, dry or do mats or floor cloths 25 implements & tools of do all other not speci. ground in oil. .lb do huts, bonnets, flats trade, of persons arri.

fied...

..per ct 30 do sugar of. or braids...

35 ving in the US...... free Iron, sulphate of. 20 do nitrate of.....pr ct 20 do bags or bagg'g.sq.y 5 India rubber, unmanuf.free Iyory, unmanuf. .free Leather,sole or bend, lb 6 do baskets......per ct 25 do oil cloth, or other do manuf.of....per ct 20 do upper not otherwise Gridirons... 30 manuf. of. 30 Jack se!ews.

30 specified, (see skins.).. Grindstones. free do braces or suspend

Jalap

20 Leather, all manufacGuava jelly

30 e-s, (min. $2 per doz.). 30 Japanned wures. 30 tures of, not otherwise Guernsey frocks. 30 Indigo

5 Japanica terra
20 specified.

35
Guitars,
30 Ink & ink powder..p.c 2. Jellies.

30 Leeches. Gum arabic, do senegal Inkstands, earthen and

Jerked beef

lb

2 Leghorn hats, flats and and do tragacanth.... free wedgewood...

30 Jet.... ...perct 20 bon'ts, braids&plaits pc 35 Gums, other, not speci. do wood or metal 30 Jewelry of gold, silver Lemon, oil of. fied, crude... 15 Iodine.... 20 or platina 20 do essence of..

25 do do not crude 25 Ipecacuanha. 20 do gilt. plated or im'n 25 Lime..

20 Guns, exc. muskets & Iron in pigs.........ton $9 Juice, lemon, lime or do chloride of......161 rifles... 30 do in bars or bolts, not orange

20 Limes, in cks or bxs ct 20 Hair, unmanuf.. 10 munuf. in whole or in Jujube paste

30 do in bulk, from W. l.free do of Angora goat .lb 1 part by rolling; $17 Juniper berries... 20 Linens, bleached and do bracelets, ringlets, do in slabs, blooms, Junk, old..

free unbleached, belts, chains, curls and loops or other form, less

Kaleidoscopes.. 30 do orall manuf. offlax braids, 25 finished than iron in bars Kelp

free not otherwise specified 25 do brooms...... 30 or bolts, and more ad- Kendall cottons, made Linsey Woolsey 40 do gloves... 25 vanced than pig, exc

of wool. .per ct 40 Liquors or cordials,gal 60 do human, unmanuf. 25 castings not rolled.. $17 Kerseys & kerseymeres 40 Liquorice. do head dresses, 25 do bars or bolts, made Kermes..

fiee de extract of.. Halters, of Sisal grass, wholly or in part by Kettles, cast iron, com- Litharge for horses. .lb 44, rolling

$25 mon

.!b 142 Lozenges. do chuin. .per ct 30 do casting, vessels of, do do glazed or tin Logwood.

free do leather, 35 not oth, spec... .lb 1hollow ware

27. Looking Glasses, frm'd 30 Hammers 30 do do malleable. 4 do cast iron, drop han- Maccaroni

30 Hams 16 3 do do all oth. castings dles of wrought iron, Macassar Oil.

25 Hardware, not other- not specified...

1 tinned inside, japanned Mace.

jb 50 wise specified .. per ct 30 do castings, glazed, or outside, sheet iron lid, Machinery, mndels of., free Harps & harpsichords. 30 tin hollow ware.... 27 brass knobs......per ct 30 Madder & madder root.free Hartshorn.. 20 do boiler plates.. 2 Keys of iron, so called 30 Magnesia..

.prct 20 Hatchets..

30 do nail

do

272 Keys,watch,gold or sil 20 Mahogany, unmauf.. 15 Hat bodies of fur, not in do round or square, or do do gilt or plated.. 25 do (see cabinet wares) 30 form or trimmed 25 braziers' rods, of 3-16 to do do steel..

30 Malt Hat bodies, hats or felts 10-16 inch diameter.... 27, Kirschen wasser....gal 60 Manganese... of wool ....each 18 do nail or spike roes, or Knitting pins or nee.

Manna. Hats or bonnets of Leg. nail plates, slit, rolled dles

.per ct 20 Marble, unmanuf. horn, chip, straw, or for hammered. 2/4 Knives, cutting, for hay do manuf, of, inclugrass ..per ct 85 do in sheets, exc. tag. or straw.

30 ding busts and statuary 30 do fur or leather.. 35 gers' iron, hoop iron, do drawing

30 do busts and statuary do silk or satin, for wo- and iron slit, rolled or do all other of steel or specially imported..... free men.. ...each $2 hammered, for band iron

30 Marmalade...

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do silk.. 30 do plated, iron, or Jfor buttons exclusively., 5 Shot, lead.......... Ib. 4 other metal.

30 do or ivory, unmanuf.free ..prct 20 do cast iron..

1 Spunk.

20 Telescopes, .....per ct. 30 ated, brass and Shovels and tongs.p.c. 30 Spy glasses.

30 Tentenugue..

.free d steel.

30 Shrub... ...gal. 69 Squarer, of'ir'n or steel 30 Thermometers..per ct. 30

30 Sieves, hair.... per ct. 20 do of brass or wood.. 30 Thibet shawls, &c.
fons
Ib 2% do wire..

30 Starch.
.lb. 2 real, made up for use..

40
free silk, raw,comprehend. Steel, cast, sheer, and do ot wool....
prct 20 ing all ingum.......b. 50 German, in bars.112lb 1 50 Thread, linen..

20 do bolting eloths..p.c zu do all other in bars...2 50 do cotton.... non, pickled...bbl.2 00 do floss, pu ified from do manuf, of, not oth. Ticking, hemp.. 8c. pr bu. of 56 lbs

25 erwise specified, or of

do flax... lossil or crude min. do manuf. of, not oth- which steel is a compo

do cotton (see cotton) ....pr ct 20 erwise specified.... lb.2 Fonent part....... per c. 30 Ticklenburgs.... At petre, crude .free do do and cotton..p.c 30 Steel yards...

30 Tiles (except marble) o partially refin’d.lb do do and worsted... 30 Stockings, cot'n, wool 30 Tin, pigs, bars, blocks

25 and bricks for paving. 25 alts, Epsom ....pr ct 20 do do mix'd with gold en, worted.

30 Tin full, tin in sheets or do Glauber. 20 or silver.. 30 do Angora

20 plates, terne plates and do Rochelle. 20 do pongee and plain do silk, made by hand taggers' tin

22 A) do all other, and all white silk for printing,

in whole or in part. 30 Tin, all manufactures preparations of salts not or coloring... ...lb.1 50 do linen....

25 of, not otherw. spec'd. 30 enumerated. 20 do other articles ut, Stockinetis...

30 Tinctures, not other. Sandal wood free made up by hand, in

Stone ware.
30 wise enumerated

25 Sardines and other fish whole or in part, and Stones, precious, set or

Tips, of bone or born..

5 preserved in oil.. 20 not oth ...pr ct. 30 not set.

......per ct.

7 Tobacco, manuf. other Sarsaparilla.. free Silver le.f..

20 do polishing..

free than snuifor cigars.ib. 10 Sarsanets, silk. 16.2 50 do manufactures of.. 30 Straw bonnets and do unmanufactured, Sassifras... .pr ct 20 do watches and parts 7 huts... ..per ct. 35 in leaf.......... per ct. 20 Satin, silk..........16.2 50 Sisal grass .......ton.25 00 do carpeting, or Chi. Tongues and sounds.. 20 Sattinets. .pr ct 40 Skins, calf and seal, nese matting

25 Lucar, or Canary, in Saucepans, copper,

Tanned & dress'd.doz.5 00 do manufacturer, for c'ks or bottles......gal. 60 wrought iron or lin.... 36 do sheep, or skivers,.2 00 hats and bonnets.. 33 Tools et trade of pe'.

do cast iron, glazed or do gont or morocco.2 50 Strings, tor musical sous arriving in U. s..free linned... .. Ib. 274 do kid or morocco...1 50 instrument: .

15 Tooth brushes per ct. 30 Sausuges, Bologna, & do tanned and not

5 other.. .pr ct 25 dressed, goat or sheep.1 00 Sublimate, corrosive.. 25

7 Saws, mill, cross-cut do k d and lamb, tan. Sugar, brown, in the Tow..

.ton.20 00 and pit. ....each, 1 00 ned and not dressed... 75 raw state, syrup of su- Tow cloth of hemp.p.c 20 do all other......pr ct 30 do lanned and dressed gur, or ofsugar cane.lb 21, du of fax

25 Scagliolu table tops... 30 otherwise than in color do brown, cin yed..., 27. Toys and dolls of every Scale-beams. 30 viz; fawn, kid & lamb, no allother, advanced

30 Szuipture,specimens of known as chamois....100 beyond the raw state, Trace chains, iron..lb.

4 specially imported,....free do raw or und esset, by claying, boiling, Turpentine, sp. of..gal 10 Scythes... pr ct 30 dried or salted...per ct. 5 clarifying, or otherwe

Turmeric......

.free seating or hair cluth.. 2, do pickled & in casks, and not yet refined. 4 Turtles.

per ct. 20 Sealing wax... 25 nt specified.. 20 do refined, whether Twmo, tarred......ib.

5 Seed, anise, coriander Slates of all kinds 25 loaf, lump, crushed, do untar, or cleaned. cumin, and canary.. 20 Smaltz.... .per ct. 20 pulv. or adulterated & Twist muhair or silk & 3 Seines.

7 snuff
Ib. 12 on sugar candy.

6linohair

2 00 Seneca root....... pr ct 20 Snuff boxes, paper, ja. do syrup of... 2% do cotton(see cot).p.c. 30 Senna..

20 panned or not jap.p.c. 25 Sulph. of quin'e.oz. av 40 Umbrellas and parasols 30 Seppia 20 Noap, perfunzed or do of copper, or blue

do stretchers of iron Serge, woolen... 40 Windsor of all kinds 30 vitriol

..]b. 4 or steel, square wire...12% Sewing silk or twist, do all others....... ib. do of magnesia.pr.ct. 20 Valencias of wool.

40 average.

.lb.200 do soft. ...bbl. 50 Sulphuric acid......lo.. 1 do of worsted, or silk Shaw is, merino. of Stap stocks and soap Sumac...

free and worsted.

30 wool

per ct. 40 stuffs ..per ct. 10 Sweet meuts of all kids Varnishes of all kinds. 20 do of worsted do. 40 Suda ash::

5 preserved in molasses, Vegetables, used prin. do of silk.......do. 30 do all carbonates of, sugar or brandy..pr.ct 25 cipally in dyeing... ... free do of cotton (see Cot. except soda ash, caril. Swords and blades.... 30 do of all kinds, not ton,)... .perct. 40 la and kelp

2 Syrup of segir cane.lb 24 u ed in dyeing, and not do full kinds, mude do powders.. 30 Tacks, tinned.. per ct. 30 enumerated....per ct. 20 ready for use....perct. 40 Spades

30 Taggers' iron...

5 Ve 13. lace, made up.. 50 Shert bruss.. do. 30 Spanish brown, dry.In 1 Tailors' irons.. ..Jb. 24 Velvet, silk. ib.2 50 diron..

.ib. 2-2 do grou din oil.. 1% Talc.... .per ct. 20 do cotton, (minimum Shellac .... free Spanish flies.

free Talluw

... lb. 1 31 cts. sq. yd.)....pr.c. 30

.... Shells (exc. pearl) p.e. 20 Spur and alabaster or. Tamarinds.....per ct. 2) Venison, bams.....lb. 3 no manut. of..... do 20 name is........per ct. 30 Tapers, wax.

30 do silver or plated.p.c 20 Shell or fancy boxes, Spectacles, gold, silver Tapes, I nen..

25 do brass or coppe...

25 not otherwise spe ...p.c 25 or shell, mounted.p.c. 20 do cotton..

30 do cap or bonnet, cov. Shwes, India rub...d). 30 do others.....

25 ered with silk.......ib, 12 do and pumps, men's do glasses or pebbles,

Tar.

15 Verdigris.

.. per ct, 2u eather.........pair 30 when not set....gruss.2 00 Tarre cordage and Vermicelli, andailim. do doub. soled purops Speltor... ..per ct. 10 cavles...

..Ib. 5 lar prep's. nut spec'd. 30 and wells, women's pr 40 Spermaceti oil, of for. Tartar,crude & cream.free Vermillion.

20 do or slippers, wom's. eign fisheries......gal, 25 do emetic......perct. 20 Ves els of copper..... 30 (except silk)....., pair25 Spikes, iron...., ..lb. 3 T-as imported from do of cast iron, com. d) chiliren's boots Spirits, dist lled from China, or other places, mon

.... Ib. 134 and bootees..... pair 15 grain or oth. materials where grown, in Amer. do glazed or tin

244 do women's or men's 1st and 24 proof..gal 60 ian vessels.. .free do of silv. or g'ld..p.c 30 silk or satın, and slip

3d proof..
65 do from other places,

30 4th do

70 or in for'n. vessels.p.c. 20 Vinegar ...... do children's do, do.. 15 5th d.)

75 Teazles...

20 Vitriol, white,..pr.ct. 20 Snoes for horses, iron. 30 above 5th proof..... 90 Teeth, elephants', and Volatile and essential Shoe buding, wool... 30 Sponges........per ct. 20 other animals, not ma. ous, not oth. spec.p.c. 20 do do leather.... 35 Spoons, silver or gold. 30 nutactured, suitable Wafers,

25

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30 Tapioca.

Vices

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Wagon boxes

11 do Port in casks....... 15 tria, Prussia, Sardinia value whereof at the Wares of all kinds, of do Burg’y. in casks.. 15 and of Portugal and its port of export'n. shall gold or silver, not oth do Ten'ffe, in c. or b. 20 poss'ns. when in bat's. 63 not exceed 7 c. per . erwise specified.... 30 do Claret, in casks.... 6'do do when in casks. 25 do alt other descrip's Watches, and pars of do White,not enum. of Wire, iron or steel, not of, a duty of the three watches, & watch ma. Fr'ce, Austria, Prussia, exceeding No. 14... lb. 5ients per pound, '10. terials, not oth. spec... 7% Sard'a, P'tug'!, & pos. 7% de do over No. 14 & do all manuf, of, el Water Colors.. 20 do do in bottles...... 20 not exceeding No, 25.. 8 cept carpetings. Hal Wax, shoemakers' 15 Wo red, not enumer. do do over No. 25. 11 nels, bockings, baizes Wax, amber, or com. ated, ofsame countries do do cotton thread 8 blankets, worsted stut position leads... 25 in casks, 6 cts. per gal. do square for umbrel. goods, rendy-made Weld... free in bottles

20 las. Whulebone, of foreign do white and red, of Woad, or pastel... lb. caps, gloves and bind fisheries...

.12% Spain, Germany & the W od. all manut. of, ings, (which see).... Whent .bush. 23 Med terran'n. in c'ks.. 1344 not othw. specified.p.c 30 Woolen yarn... Whips. per ct. 35 do do in bottles...... 20 do unmanut'd. of all

Worsted yarn Whiting ..lb. 1 do Sicily Maderia, or kinds, not oth'w. spec. do

do do or stuff goods. ...per ct. 25 Marsala, in c'ks. or b. 23 do rose, satin, mahog. Wine, Mad. Sherry, San do other wines of Si. any and cedar..per ct, 15 Yarn, woolen.. Lucar,or Canary gal. 60 сiiy, in casks or bot... 15 do for fuel, and tim- do fax. do Champagne ...... 40 do all other, not enu- ber for b'ld'g wharves, Zinc, in sheets....p. c.

10 do Port, Burgundy & nerated, & other than and lumber, in rough.. 20 do manufactures of.. 30 Claret, in botiles...... 35 those of France, Aus- Wool, unmanuf'd. th.

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KENTUCKY-HENRY CLAY. The Kentucky Electors for President and Vice President met at Frankfort on the 4th day of December, 1844; and after closing their official business, appointed a Committee to prepare an address and to wait upon Mr. Clay the next day at Ashland. Upon reaching the door of Mr. Clay's dwelling, Mr. UNDERWOOD on behalf of the Committee, read the address and was replied to by Mr. Clay as follows:

MR. CLAY'S REPLY. I am greatly obliged, Gentlemen, by the kindnessjcondemning it in advance.. On the contrary, I earnest towards me, which has prompted this visit from the ly desire that, enlightened by its own reflections, and Governor, the Presidential Electors of Kentucky and by a deliberate review of all the great interests of the some of my fellow.citizens in private life. And I thank country, or prompted by public opinion, the benerit you, Sir, (Mr. Underwood) their organ, on this occa- muy be yet securer of the practical execution of those sion, for the feeling and eloquent address which you principles and measures, for which we have honestly, have just done me the honor to deliver. I am under contended, that peace and honor may be preserved, and the greatest obligations to the People of Kentucky. that this young but great nation may be rendered harDuring more than forty years of my life, they have demonioas, prosperous, and powerful. monstrated their confidence and affection towards me,

We are not without consolntions under the event in every variety of form. This last and crowning evi, which has happened. The Whig party has fully and dence of their long and faithful attachment, exhibited fairly exhibited to the country the principles and menin the vote which, in their behalt, you gave yesterday, sures which it believed best adapted to secure our liber. at the seat of the State Government, at the Electoral ties and promote the common welfare. It has made, Coliege of Kentucky, tills me with overflowing grati. in their support, constant and urgent appeals to the tude. But I should fail to express the feelings of my reason and judgment of the people. For myself, 1 heart, if I did not also offer my profound and grateful have the high satisfaction to know that I have escaped acknwwledgments to other States, which have united a great and fearful responsibility: and that, during the with Kentucky in thc endeavor to elect me to the Chief whole canvass, I have done notöing inconsistent with Magistracy of the Union, and to the million and the dictates of ihe purest bonor. No mortal mun is au. quarter of treemen, embracing so much virtue, intelli. thorized to say that I held out to him the promise of directed strenuous and enthusiastic exertions to the any office or appointment whatever. same object.

What now is the duty of the Whig party? I venture Their effort has proved unavailing, and the issue of to express any opinion with the greatest diflidence.the election has not Curresponded with their anxious The future is enveloped in a veil impenetrable by hu. hopes and confident expectations. You have, Sir, as. nan eyes. I cannot contemplate it without feelings of them. My duty is that of perfect submission to an of what is right, and firmly and undeviatingly to pur. casioned the result. I will not trust myself to speak of rule in all the

vicissitudes of human life, public and event, which is now irrevocable.

I will not affect indifference to the personal concern sue it under all trials and circumstances, confiding in which I had in the political contest, just terminated; the great Ruler of the Universe for ultimate success.but, unless I am greatly

self-deceived, the principal at: The Whigs are deliberately convinced of the truth traction to me of the office of President of the United and wisdom of the principles and measures which they S.ates, arose out of the cherished hope

that I might be should persevere in contending for them; and that, ad.

have espoused. Įt seems, therefore, to me, that they accomplish public good. I desired to see the former hering to their separate and distinct organization, they purity of the General Government restored, and to see

should treat all who have the good of their country in dangers and evils, which I sincerely believed encom. view with respect and sympathy, and invite their copassed it,

averted and remedied. I was anxious thatlöperation in securing the patriotic objects which it has the policy of the country, especially in the great de been their aim and purpose to accomplish. partment of its domestic labor and industry should be I heartily thank you, Sir, for your friendly wishes for fixed and stable, that all might know how to regulate my happiness, in the retirement, which henceforward and accommodate their conduct. And, fully con- best becomes me. Here I hope to enjoy, peace and vinced of the wisdom of the public measures, which tranquillity, seeking faithfully to perform in the walks you have enumerated, I hoped to live to witness, and of private life, whatever duties may yet appertuin to to contribute to, cheir adoption and establishment. me. And I shall never cease, whilst life remains, to

So far as respects any officiai agency of mine, it has look, with lively interest and deep solicitude, upon the been otherwise decreed, and I bow respectfully to the movement and operations of our free system of Gov. decree. The future course of the Government is alto-ernment, and to hope that, under the smiles of an all. gether unknown, and wrapt in painful uncertainty. I wise Providence, the Republic may be ever just, bonorshall not do the new Administration the injustice of able, prosperous and great.

ELECTION

RETURNS,

BY STATES, CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS, AND COUNTIES.

5259

MAINE.

MASSACHUSETTS. 1844. PRES'T. 1840,

PRESIDENT 1844. GOVERNOR. Counties.

Clay.

Polk. Birney. Har'n, V.B. Co's. Clay, Polk. Biry. Brigs. B'n'ft. S'll.
Aroestook. 398 907

21...
289
480 Suffolk...

.8778 4659 509 .. 8778 4659 609
Cumberland. .4483 6367
695 6790 6438 E sex... .8415

1837....8670 6351

1757 Franklin

.1132 1609 392. 1848 2058 Middlesex...9581 9124 1713. .9814 9343 1454 Hancock

..1849

2608 105. .2434 2319 Worcester...9359 7562 2147. .9874 7696 1852 Kennebec .5393 3 35 561.

.6905 3521 Hampshire...3725 ( 1605 626 3828 1676 525 Lincoln 4566 5354 461 .6206 5188 Hampden....3416 393 451 3470 3625

413 Oxford

1887 4395 397 .2932 4800 Franklin.....2725 2047 423 ... 2796 2107 844 Penobscot

.3376

4895 695. .4333 4445 Berkshire... 366 3885 401....3607 3750 376 Piscataquis. 1074 1136 228.. .1275 1136 Norfolk......5217

4287 888....8364

4383

765 Somerset

.2849 2530 435. 3684 2597 Bristol .4872 4903 644. .4987 5155 555 Waldo

.1826 4661 316. .2694 5069 Plymouth ...4449 2315 805....4603 3505 702 Washington......2329 2005 77. .2377 2235 Barnstable... 2290

1415 251....2298 142

243 York. .8216 5117 453......4785 5725 Dukes.....

302 253 24.... 306 261 27

41.... 643 256 39
Total.......34,378 45,719 4,838 ....46,612 46,201 Nantucket... 633
Polk's majority over Clay, 11,341 ; over all, 6,505.- Total ....67,418 52,846 10,860 69.038 54,189 9,664
Maj, for Harrison, 411.

Clay's majority over Polk 14,572—Majority over both
Aggregate vote of 1840.

92,813 Polk and Birney, 3,712. 1844..

.84,902 Brigg's majority

over Bancroft 14 849—Mojority over Decrease in four years..

.7,911

both Bancroftand Sewall (Ab,)5,185.

237

109...

...7,322

NEW HAMPSHIRE.

RHODE ISLAND.
1844.

1840. 1844.

1840. Counties:

Counties:

Polk. Harrison. V. Buren.

Clay.
Clay. Polk.Birney. Harrison. V, B.
Belknap.

476

136
Bristol ......... 589
864 1701

248....
1531 2252

589
381.

669

Kent...
Carroll

373 32 1816 233......1494 2450

1229
473.

914
Cheshire.

417 .2558 2070

Newport.
374..
.3634

2310
Coos.

Providence.....3751 3192. .2481

1711 348 1364 108. 532 1343 Grafton...

737

665 .2566

712. Washington... 967

3697 4046 631.

4969 Hillsborough 3124 4583 675. 4086 5091 Total...

4,867 5,277 3,302 Merrimack. .1589 3821 628. 2754 5050 Clay's

maj. 2,455 ; Harrison's, 1,977. Whig gain, 434. Rockingham .2830 4007 584. 4115 4983 Strafford ..1702

1808 330 .2356 2054
Sullivan... . 1553 1944 350. .2098 2299
Total....... 17,866 27,160 4,161.... 26,297 32,801

CONNECTICUT.
Polk over Clay, 9,294; Polk over all, 5,096.

Dist.

PRESIDENT, Nov. 1844. GOVERNOR, Apr. Aggregate vote of 1840..

.59,098 1

Clay. Polk. Birney. Bald. Cleve. Ab. 1841.

49,298 Hartford.....6259 5624 287....6006 5376 288 Decrease in four years.....

Tolland .....1964 1950 120....1860 1893 114 .9,870 ...8,223 7,574

..7,866 7,249 402

Total...
II.

407 ...

231

392

18.

New Haven.5546 4726 229....5065 4650 VERMONT.

Middlesex ... 2324 2354 130 2124 2282 148 1844.

1840,
Counties. Clay.

Total...7,870 7,080
Polk. Birney. Har'n. V. B.

379

359...7,189 6,932 Addison ...

.2527 772
312... 2806

916) III.
Bennington. .1656 1450 148. .1796 1423 New. London4081 3709 304....3539 3564 257
Caledonia.. 1762 1730 184. 2025 1713 Windham ... 2620 2544 363....2296 2420 426
Chittenden. .1924 1444 386. 2286 1381
Essex.

Total...6,701 6,258 667...5,835 5,984 033 331

448 303 Franklin.

1872 1438 261. .2186 1191 IV. Grand Isle. 339 165

343 162 Litchfield....4668 4335 368.... 4399 4281 384 Lamoile 485 759 411.

907 888 Fairfield.....5368 4599 142....4806 4400 143 Orange .2076 1910 412.

2874 2216

Total.. 10,036 8,934 510...9,203 8,681 527 Orleans. 1132 833 245. .1297

745 Entire vote.32,832 29,841 1,943..30,093 28,846 1,980 Rutland

.3584 1578 383. .4114 1551 Washington...... 1650 2085 301 .2057 1984

Clay over Polk, 2.991; over Polk and Birnev, 1,048. Windham...... .2642 1703 385.

.3472

171 Baldwin over Cleveland in April, 1,247; Cleveland Windsor.. ..4669 1843 538. .5817

1821 and Abolition over Baldwin, 742.

It will be seen that at the Presidential Election Total...... .26,770 18,041 3,954. .32,443 18,019, there was a Clay majority in each Congressional DisMajority for Clay, 8,729. Harrison's do, 14,424. trict of Connecticut.

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