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TABLE SHOWING TO INCREASE OF THE WHITE AND FREE COLORED POPULATION OF THE UNITED STATES, IT WITHOUT IMMIGRATION, SINCE THE RESPECTIVE YEARS 1790 to 1820, AFTER THE RATIO OF INCREASE IN 1850.

Population

Population
Population

Population each year if Annual ex- each year if Annual ex. ench year if Annual ex- each year if Annual Year. without im

3,231,930 3,276,230 3,321,746 3,367,586 3,414,058 3,461,172 3,508,936 3,557,359 3,606,450 3,656,219 3,706,674 3,757,826 3,809,684 3.862,257 3,915,566 3,969,590 4,024,358 4,079,895 4,136,197 4,193,276 4,251,143 4,300,808 4,369.283 4,429,579 4,490,707 4,552,678 4,615,504 4,679,197 4,743,769 4,09,233 4.875,600 4,942,883 3,011,094 5,080,247 6,150,354 5,221, 428 5,293, 473 5,366,522 5,4-40,580 5,515,659 5,691,775 5,668,941 5,747,172 5,826,482 6,906,887 5,988,402 6,071,041 6,154,821 6,239,757 6,325,865 6,413,161 6,501,662 6,591,384 6,682,315 6,774,561 6,868,049 6,962,828 7,059,115 7,156,530 7,255,300 7,355,423 7,456,927 7.359,833 7,664, 159 7.769,924 7,877,149 7.985,854 8,096,058 8,217,784 8,321,051 8,435,882 8,552,297 8,670,319 8,789,969

8,100,093 8,211,874 8,325,197 8.440,184 8,556,658 8,674,739 8,794,449 8,915,802 9,088,840 9,163,575 9,290.032 9, 418,234 9.548.206 9,678,970 9,812,139 9,947,952 10,086,233 10,221,409 10,365,500 10.508,048 10,653,565 10,800,584 10,949,632 11,100,727 11,253.917 11,408,221 11,566,668 11,726,288 11,888,110 12,052,165 12,218,484 12,387,099 12,558,041 12,731,312 12,907,034 13,085,151 13,265,726 13,448,793 13,634,387 13,822,541 14,013,292 14,206,676 14,402,728 14,801,485

cess of
without im-

cess of
without im- cess of

without im- excess of migration births. migration births.

migration births. migration births. since 1790. since 1800. since 1810.

since 1820.

1730 1791 1792 1793 1794 1795 1796 1797 1798 1799 1900 1901 1802 1803 1804 1805 Isus 1807 1908 1809 1810 1811 1812 1813 1814 1815 1816 1817 1818 1819 1820 1821 1822 1823 1824 1825 1826 1827 1829

44,600 43,216 45,840 46,472 47,114 47,764 48,423 49,091 49,769 60,455 51,152 51,868 52,573 33,299 64,034 34,768 55,537 56,302 57,079 57,867 58,665 69,475 60,296 61,128 61.971 62,826 63,693 64,572 65,464 66,367 67,283 68,211 69,153 70,107 71,074 72,005 73,049 74,058 75,079 76,116 77,166 78,231 79,310 80,405 81,515 82.639 83,780 84,936 86,108 87,236 88,501

1830 1831 1832 1833 1834 1835 1836 1837 1838 1839 1810 1841 1842 1813 1844 1815 1846 1847 1818 1849 1850 1851 1852 1813 1854 1865 1856 1857 1858 1859 1860 1861 1862 1863

4,412,884
4,473,781
4,635,519
4,598, 109
4,661,562
4,725,991
4,791,209
4,857,327
4,921,358
4,992,314
5,061,207
5,131,051
5,201,859
5,273,64
5,316, 109
5,420,189
5, 194,900
5,570,820
6,647,697
5,724.733
5,803,731
5,883,825
5.965,021
6,047,338
6,130,791
6,215,295
6,301,066
6,388,020
6.476,174
6,565,5-15
6,656,149
6,748,003
6.841,125
6,935,532
7,031,212
7,128,273
7,226,613
7,326, 470
7,427,676
7,530,076
7.633,991
7,739,340
7,816,142
7,954,418
8,061,188
8,175, 473
8,289,294
8,402,672
8,515.628
8,636,185
8,755,364
8,876.188
8,998,679
9.122.861
9 218.756
9,876,389
9,805,783
9,636.963
9,769,953
9,904,778
10,011,464
10,180,037
10,320,521
10,462,944

60,897
61,738
62,590
63,453
64,329
65,218
66,118
67,031
67,956
68,893
69,844
70,808
71,785
72,765
73,780
74,801
75,830
76,877
77,136
79,001
80,091
81.196
82,317
83, 453
81,504
85,771
86,951
88,154
89,371
90,604
91,851
93,122
91,407
95,710
97,031
98,370
99,727
101,106
102.900
103,915
105,349
106,802
108,276
109,770
111,285
112,821
114,378
115,956
117,6.57
119,179
120.824
122,491
124,182
125,895
127,633
129,394
131,180
132.990
134,825
136,696
138,573
140,484
142,423

6,048,450 6,131,918 6,216,138 6,302,326 6,389,298 6,477, 470 6.566.859 6,657,481 6.749,354 6.842,495 6,936.921 7,032,650 7.129,700 7,228,089 7,327,836 7,428,960 7,531,479 7,636, 413 7,740,781 7,817,603 7,965,899 8,065,691 8,176,997 8,404,238 8,520,216 8,637,794 8,756,995 8,877,811 9.000,350 9,121,569 9,250, 477 9,378,133 9,807,851 9,638,765 9.771.769 9,906,619 10,043,330 10,182.927 10,323, 451 10,465,914 10,610,313 10,756,765 10.904,209 10.054,687 11,207,241 11,361,901 11,518,696 11,677.654 11,838,805 12,002,181 12,167,811 12,335,727 12,505,960) 12,678,542

83, 168 81.620 85,788 86,972 88.172 89,389 91,622 91.873 93,141 94, 426 95.729 97,030 98.389 99.747 101,124 102,519 103,934 105,368 106,822 108,296 109,792 111.306 114,309 115,978 117,578 119,201 120.816 122,514 121,2014 125,918 127,656 129,418 131,204 133,014 131,850 136,711 138,397 140,524 142, 463 141,429 146,422 147,444 150,473 152,554 154,660 156,795 158,958 161,511 163,376 165,630 167,916 170,233 172,582

111,781 113,323 114,987 116,474 118,081 119,714 121,363 123,038 124,736 126,457 128, 202 129,971 130,765 133,569 139,413 137,281 139,176 141,096 143,043 145,017 147,019 149,048 151,104 153,190 165,304 157,447 159,620 161,822 164,055 166,319 163,615 170,942 173,300 175,692 178,117 180,575 183,067 185,894 188,154 190,761 193,384 196,052 198,757

90,961 92,216 93, 94,779 96,287 97,416 98,770 100.123 101,604 102,906 101,326 105,765 107,225 108,705 110,204 111,728 113,267 114,831 116,415 118,021 119,680

F. F. Low, U.

J. G. Downey, D.

T. N. Machin, V.

E. W. M'Kinstry, D.

ELECTION RETURNS Embracing the last General and Congressional Electims held in each of the States and Territories, and

also the Popular vote for Prerident by States from 1848 to 1800. California.-Election held Sept 2, 186, for Governor and Lieutenant-Governor, Secretary of State, Controller, Treasurer, Attorney-General, surveyor-General, State Printer, Clerk of Supreme Court, State Harbor Commissioner, members of the Thirty-Eighth Congress, and members of the Legislature. Vote for Governor and Lieut-Governor (official). lake county, omitted from the official canvass,

voted for Governor as follows:-Low, 164; Downey, GOVERNOR.

LIEUTENANT- 22. The official vote, as declared in the Legisla-
GOVERSOR. ture, Dec. 8, 1863, differed slightly from the above;

the aggregates for Governor being-Low, 64,323;
Downey, 44,492.

The aggregates for the other State officers were
Counties.

as follow
Secretary of State.... B. B. Redding........U. 65,023

8. W. Bishop ..........D. 43,604 Controller ......... .George Oulton.......U. 65,039

R. O. Cravens .........D. 43,730
Treasurer......
..............R. Pacheco.... .U. 64,984
Thos. Findey.

D. 43,768 Alameda. 1,404 804 1,424 784

Attorney-General.....J. G. McCullough.... U. 64,777 Amador 2,245 2,064 2,262 2,046

L. C. Granger .D. 43,615 Butte... 1,876 1,490 1,891 1,478 Surveyor-General.....J. P. Houghton

......U. 64,887 Calaveras 2,278 2,029 2,299 2,015

Presley Dunlap......D. 43,760 Colusa. 479

State Printer.....
564
561

.O. M. Clayes. .U. 5,013 Contra Costa... 1,064 534 1,063 534

Beriah Brown. .D. 43,789 Del Norte... 184 152 184 151

Clerk Sup. Court ..... W. D. Harriman...... U. 64,954 El Dorado 3,210 2,139 3,217 2,121

A.C. Bradford ...D. 43,690 Presno

Harbor Com't 83 378 83 379

.........C. L. Taylor.............U. 63,614 Humboldt

502 196 507
189

Michael Hayes.........D. 43,111 Klamath

204 199 204 200 Lake.. Los Angeles 702 982 735 980

Vote for Congress. Marin.. 610 489 635 495

T. B. Shannon Mariposa.. 835

.....U. 64,914 921 840 9:20

William Higby. Mendocino.

.U. 64,881 632 610 557

Cornelius Cole Merced

.U. 64,985 95 329 96

326
John B. Weller..

.D. 43,567 Mono........

1,009
695 1,008

695 Monterey

John Bigler...

.D. 43,520 522 507 531 Хара 506 N. E. Whitesides..

..D. 43,693 898 660 903

652 Nevada

2,882 1,756 2,906 1,726 Placer

2,057 1,620 2,057 1,616 Plumas.... 1,288 766 1,292

765

Judicial Election, held Oct. 21, 1863. Sacramento

3,553 1,944 3,575 1,911 San Bernardino... 361 376 357 366

Judges of Supreme Court. San Diego .....

116 132 120

129 San Francisco..... 9,261 5,452 9,410 5,266

0. L. Shafter

.U. 45,102 San Joaquin 1,981 1,473 1,990 1,463 L. Sawyer

.U. 45,195 San Luis Obispo.

260

272

John Currey. 219

.U. 45,216 207 San Mateo 834

.U. 45,014 310 916

A. L. Rhodes

263 Santa Barbara 481 143 505 8. W. Sanderson..

.U. 45,065 113 Santa Clara...... 2,034 1,525 2,036 1,520

R. T. Sprague

.D. 20,768 Santa Cruz.. 901 403 W.T. Wallace

..D. 20,776 913 396 Shasta............ 936 617 J. B. Hall......

D. 20,724 906 614

Tod Robinson 2,380 1,303 2,387 1,291

.D. 20,158 Siskiyou 1,053 999 1,053 1,003 H. H. Hartley

..D. 19,560 Solano..... 1,521 1,124 1,580 1,056

H. H. Haight.... Sonoma...

1,700 1,712 1,692 1,721 Stanislaus

At this latter election, John Swett was chosen 347 399 349 398

Superintendent of Public Instruction, over 0. M. 718 679 720 672 Tehama

Wozencraft, by a vote of 44,791 to 18,902. 533 453

539

447

785 604 701 599 Tulare..

1,813 1,864 1,821 1,846 Tuolumno 610 7715

Legislature, 1863–1865.

611 715 Yolo 865 768 SOS 764

Senate. Assembly. Yuba 1,989 1,393 2,001 1,361 Union

35 72 5

8 60,124 44,482 60,674 43,817 Democrats... Boldiers' vote.... 4,159 1-40 4,199 106

40 Total....

61,283) 44,622 64,873 43,923

571

Sierra...........

944

Sutter ...

Trinity...

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The Legislature

Connecticut.-Election held April 6, 1863, for Governor, members of the Legislature, and members of the Thirty-Eighth Congress.

House...
VOTE FOR GOVERNOR. Total.........

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Total

41,030 38,395

Adams

Alexander..
Vote for Congress.

Bond....
Dist.
Union.

Boone. 1. H. C. Deming...

10,493 Brown..... 2. S. L. Warner..

10,420 Bureau..... 3. Aug. Brandegee.

8,878 Calhoun..... 4. J. Ž. Hubbard..

11,248 Carroll Dist.

Dem. 1. A. P. Hyde.....

10,158 Champion 2. J. E. English...

11,450 Christian ... 3. Wm. M. Converse.

6,381 Clark......... 4. G. C. Woodruff..

10,892 Clay...

Clinton.
The Legislature.

Coles
Rep. Dem.

Cook
Senate

13

8

Crawford.... House

142 95

Cumberlind

De Kalb ..... Total...

155 103

De Witt...

Douglas Delaware.--Special election, held Nov. 15, 1863,

Du Page... for member of the Thirty-Eighth Congress, in Edgar......

Edwards place of William Temple, deceased. Nathaniel B. Smithers (Union) was elected without opposi

Effingham.. tion, Charles Brown, the Democratic candidate,

Fayette......

Ford having been withdrawn in consequence (as is

Franklin .... alleged) of certain military orders issued by General Schenck, prescribing an oath to be adminis- Fulton .....

Gallatin...... tered to the voters.

Greene

Grundy
VOTE FOR GOVERNOR AND Hamilton
CONGRESS, 1862.

lancock ....
Hardin.....

Henderson..
Counties.

Henry
Iroquois....
Jackson
Jasper

Jefferson
Newcastle..... 3,860 3,300 3,826 3,291 Jersey
Kent.
1,880 2,323 1,868 2,323

Jo Daviess...
Sussex.
2,415 2,421 2,320 2,437

Johnson ...

Kane.
Total
8,155 8,044 8,014 8,051

Kankakee...
Kendall......

2,357

151

908 1,226

360 3,123

104 1,173

618 1,243

698 542 438

610 1,282 9,988 530

331 1,829

839

566 1,174 1,204

389 224 561 185

252 1,796 180

565 1,017

48 1,520

113

924 2,536 1,250

138 246 262

536 1,921

124 2,857 1,442 1,244

A. Starne, U.

W. Butler, D.

3,229

Lee.......

948

............ 29

Mason .......

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McLean .....

Mercer ......

det Votes of 1863 and 1862.-Continued.

Congressional Vote, 1862.
Dist.
Union.

Dem.
STATE TREASURER. 1. Arnold...... 9,966 Sherman.. 8,206
2. Farnsworth... 12,612 Donnelly

4,785 3. Washburne... 10,496 Stiles

......... 6,785 4. Lawrence ....

8,711 Harris ............. 11,626 Counties. COUNTY OFFICERS.

*5. Lovejoy

11,683 Henderson ....... 11,020 6. Norton........ 10,604 Dickey

.......... 8,419 7. McCarthy... 10,004 Eden...

11,571 8. Swett........... 11,443 Stuart

............ 12,808 9. (No opposition.]

Ross

13,391 10. Moulton ...... 7,712 Knapp

......... 14,259 U. D.

11. Hicks

5,521 Robinson........... 13,644 Knox..........

2,409 1,127 2,796 1,640 | 12. Smith ......... 4,136 Morrison .... 10,999 Lake...... 1,079

1,876 885 13. Bartley 2,661 Allen (W. H.)..... 5,764 Lasalle....... 4,267

3,618 3,891

State at large.-Ingersoll, 119,761; Lawrence... 617 687 375 914

Allen (J. C.), 136,060. 1,375 20 1,733 1,038 Livingston.. 1,383

1,099 938

The Legislature, 1863–64.
Logan..

1,263
959 1,631
1,482

Rep.

Dem. Macon... 1,432 1,077 1,613 1,340 Senato

12 13 Macoupin... 1,820 2,246 1,461 2,443 House.... Madison ..... 2,715 2,246 2,178 2,817 Marion....... 948 1,069 676 1,360

41 Marshall 1,376 1,184 1,128 1,207

638 716 606 1,039 Massac.......

418 217 604 Indlana.-Election held, Oct. 14, 1862, for SecreMcDonough 1,817 1,837 1,443 1,957 tary of State, Auditor, Treasurer, members of the McHenry

1,870 568 2,119 1,007 Thirty-Eighth Congress, and members of the Legis.

2,862 1,453 2,939 2,345 lature. (No election for State officers in 1863.] Menard........ 533 811 768 968

1,033 675 1,042 883 Vote for Secretary of State, 1862, and Governor, 1860. Monroe ....

470 598 833 1,249 Montg'ry....

1,222 1,453 814 1,725 Morgan.... 1,884

1,897
1,526 2,023 Counties.

Sec. or State, GOVERNOR, Moultrie..... 480

650
496

1862.
793

1860. Ogle.....

997 249 2,068 916 Peoria 2,491 2,711 2,518 3,303

U. D. Perry 907 494

D. 599 742 Piatt.. 569 333 428

460
Adams.
432 1,177

549

842 Pike.. 1,992 1,945 1,508 2,574

Allen......... 1,820 3,843 2,457 2,145 373 Pope

86 692
Benton.......

258
331

405 248 Pulaski

327 219 183 373 Blackford... .310 506 273 472 Putnam 463 241 555 428

Boone.........

1,874 1,514 1,709 1,550 Randolph... 1,367 1,186 915 1,565

B'rthol'm'w 1,559 2,159 1,736 1,966 Richland 636 732 417 844

Brown ........
213 840

296 744 Rock Island 1,507 1,059 1,353 1,257

Carroll... 1,324 1,511 1,556 1,492 St. Clair......

2,993
1,470 2,521 2,371

Cass...... 1,582 1,870 1,862 1,857 Saline.....

807
458
93 929

Clinton... 1,251 1,383 1,385 1,437
Sangamon... 2,705
2,463 2,761 3,613
Clark....... 1,131 1,771

1,578 1,989 Schuyler..... 1,070 1,113 670

1,395 Clay..........

683 1,374 862 1,356 Scott.... 469 736 473

798

Crawford .... 556 795 841 869 Shelby 942

1,964

De Kalb..... 1,188 1,460 1,517 1,372 Stark. 695 206 801 566

Delaware.... 1,544

1,051 1,755 1,051 Stephenson. 1,769 1,184 2,154 1,852

954 1,254 1,019 1,501 Tazewell .... 1,508 1,735 1,628 1,976

Dearborn.... 1,540 2,687 2,077 2,548 Union......... 243 618 142 1,088

Decatur 1,834 1,675 2,003 1,672 Vermillion.. 1,856 1,252 1,479 1,560

Dubois

951

1,254 274 1,437 437 552 338 675

Elkhart 1,814

1,853

2,404 2,010 Warren ...... 1,796 1,374

1,576

Fountain.... 1,543 1,702 1,655 1,607 Washingt'n 1,225 919 908 957

Fulton

881 1,080 1,030 1,073 Wayne 787 787 426 1,173 Fayette.. 1,067 903

1,010 White.... 623 431

889 1,564

1,676

1,876 Whitesides 1,260 288 2,013 862

Franklin ....

1,144
2,374
1,679

2,289 Will.... 2,191 1,459 2,209

2,300
Grant...

1,461 1,305 1,568 1,213 Williamson 671 746

350

841
Gibson .......

924 1,218 1,273 1,580 Winnebago. 2,052 388 2,740

620

1,166
1,457

1,372 1,518 Woodford... 801 981 811 1,206

Harrison .... 1,045 1,520 1,491 1.876
Hamilton... 1,575

1,127

2,091 1,151 Total...... 125,263 95,865 120,116 136,662

Ilancock..... 1,311

1,223

1,148 1,399 Hendricks... 1,948 1,222 2,022 1,370

R.

1,426

596

Davies8 ......

Wabash......

1,546

1,303

1,218 Floyd.

Greene ......

* There was an independent candidato in this district, who recoired 613 votes.

Vote for Sec. of State, 1862, & Governor, 1860.-Contd. for Governor, 1860, was Oliver P. Morton, Re

publican. 5028

Congressional Vote, 1862.
Counties.
SEC. OF STATE, GOVERNOR,

Dist. Union.
1862
1860.

Dem.
1. Johnson ......
9,583 Law..

11,963 2. May ............ 6,211 Cravens......... 10,911 U. D.

3. Dunn ........... 10,144 Harrington........ 11,524

R. D. Henry

4. Gavin.. 2,055 1,531 2,797 1,328

..... 7,992 Holman

10,926

5. Julian ......... Howard 1,386 928 1,518

9,272 Johnson... 897

7,414 Huntington 1,499 1,50 1,50

6. Dumont ...... 12,525 Conduitt.. 1,388

10,954 Jasper

543
292 525 278
7. Scott........... 10,036 Voorhees..

....... 12,517 Jay..... 1,067 1,142 1,107

8. Orth............ 12,032 Pettit 1,089

11,181 Jackson..... 1,103 1,818 1,083

9. Colfax ......... 14,775 Turpie 1,725

14,546 Jefferson 2,412 1,814

2,624 1,800

10. Mitchell...... 11,907 Edgerton.... 12,353 Jennings 1,413 1,300 1,630

11. Shanks......... 12,219 McDowell.......... 13,142

915 Johnson ..... 1,145 1,820 1,263 1,706 Knox

The Legislature, 1863-64. 999

1,581 1,580 1,742 Kosciusko... 1,944 1,469 2,192 1,457

Un.
Dem.

Ind. Lagrange 1,351 727 1,621 750

Senato

21 27 2 Lake...... 1,103 546 1,098 540

House...

38 62 Laporte..... 2,468 2,096 3,000 2,013 Lawrence... 1,154 1,208 1,272 1,143

59 89 2 Martin....... 411 909 528 789 Monroe.. 1,021 1,333 1,195 1,168 Iowa.-Election held October 13, 1863, for Gov. Morgan..

1,550 1,454 1,721 1,621 ernor, Lieutenant-Governor, and Judge of the Madison 1,390 2,020 1,669 1,847 Supreme Court. The vote here given is that for Marion

4,844 3,863 4,864 3,821 Judge, the official vote for Governor and LieuMarshall 1,171 1,615 1,372 1,348 tenant-Governor not being declared when these Miami

1,558 1,844 1,855 1,673 sheets are sent to press. Montgom'y. 2,050 2,170 2,399 2,273 Noble 1,604 1,394 1,678 1,377

Vote for Judge, 1863,- Secretary of State, 1862. Newton.... 287 288 277 248 Ohio.. 459 483 464

SECRETARY OF Orange.....

612
1,234 856 1,149

Counties.

JUDGE.

STATE. Owen 798 1,565

1,163 1,484 Perry

833 868 1,056 1,042 Pike 595 593 863 910

U. D. U. D. Posey 1,259 1,381 993

129
1,611
Adair

48 116 61 Parke. 1,832 1,169 1,881

Adams...

201 1,365

88 177 95 Porter.. 1,363 1,073 1,434

949
Alamakee..

1,019 1,314 792 1,047 Pulaski... 488 636 550 661

Appanoose

878 1,102 565 1,004 Putnam 1,822

43
2,116 1,953 1,90€
Audubon

54 44 43 Randolph... 1,831 1,276 2,093 1,200

Benton..
1,031 651 636

540 Ripley. 1,488 1,846 1,963 1,610

Black llawk..

1,199 419 817 406 Rush..

349 1,563 1,740

Boone..... 1,742

449 245 1,668

897 Scott... 574 785

674 662

Bremer... 699

309 472 291 Shelby 1,508

992 2,232 1,895

Buchanan.. 2,137

585 746 617 Spencer 1,003 1,159 1,265

3 Buena Vista.

4

6 1,367

10 Sullivan ..... 707 847

501 1,970

Butler ....
1,875

237
339

207 Switzerland

1,060
1,382

14
Calhoun..
1,081 1,019

26 14 20 Starke........

167
300 187 205
Carroll

28 29 21 32 Steuben .... 1,256 440 1,390

Cass... 606

194 108 156 122 St. Joseph... 1,995 1,679 2,253

Cedar.... 1,534

1,575 951 1,111 933 Tippecanoe.

159
2,376
2,895

3,328

Cerro Gordo. 2,373

29 148 32 Tipton........ 533 883 697

6
Cherokee..
785

1 13 3 Union.... 711 679 844

Chickasaw

549 711

281 432 207 Vanderb'gh

Clarke.. 1,616

1,893 2,012

671 286 1,919

496 300 Vermillion.. 940 766

12 1,060

Clay 849

1

4 8 Vigo 2,042 2,128 2,437

2,064 1,655 1,491 1,166 Wabash 1,969

Clinton..
1,318
2,080
1,141

1,933 1,379 1,285 1,185 Warren....

63 697

Crawford.

7447
1,177
1,349

33 47 41

622

Dallas.
1,897
3,282
4,059

338 432

296 2,027 Wells 821 1,140 847

Davis 1,023

1,017 1,271 701 1,208 White 896

Decatur..

682
980
980
890

788 438 660 Whitloy.

1,010
1.223

Delaware
1.098

1.315
1,091

711
1,086

719 Warrick. 1,096 1,051 639 1.353

Des Moines

2,091 1,761 1,547 1,704 Washingt'n

Dickinson...

32 1,289

81 1,888 1,35+

2 1,914 Dubuque.

2,109 3,251 1,060 3,181 Emmett

23 Total...... 118,386 127,777 136,728 126,908

2 No return Fayette

1,350 800 983 516 Floyd...

575 200 448 171 The candidates for Secretary of Stato, 1862, Franklin...

198 89 No return were-James S. Athon, Democrat, and William Fremont..

526 382 No return A. Poele, Union; and tho successful candidato | Greeno

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