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President.. 1862 Republic.
374,000 1,987,352 M. Melgarejo. President..... 1865 Republic. Brazil........... 3,004,460 9,106,000 Don Pedro II..... Emperor.
1840 Hered'y monarchy. 170,000 2,084,945 Jose Joaq'n Perez President.. 1866 Republic. Colombia
480,800 2,794,473 Santos Gutierrez. President. 186? Republic. Costa Rica.
16,250 126,750 J M. Castro President. 1866 Republic Ecuador
240,000 1,040,371 Geron. Carrion... President..... 1865 Republic. Guatemala 44,500 1,000,000 Vincente Cerna, President.
1865 Republic. Hayti 10,081 700,000 Sylvain Salnave. President..
1867 Republic. Honduras..
33,000 350,000 Jose Medina...... President..... 1866 Republic. Mexico ...
833,000 8,218,080 Benito Juarez.... President. 1867 Republic. Nicaragua
39,000 400.000 Fernan'o Guzman President..... 1867 Republic. Paraguay...
84,000 1,337,431 Franc. Sol. Lopez President..... 1862 Republic. Peru
$70,000 2,500,000 Mariano Ig.Prado President.. 1867 Republic. San Domingo 22,000 200,000 Gen, Cabral President.. 1866 Republic. San Salvador.
7,500 600,000 Franc. Duenas ... President.. 1865 Republic. Uruguay,
75,000 240,965 Venancio Flores. President. 1865 Republic. Venezuela.. 426,712 1,565,000 Juan Falcon...... President..... 1865 Republic.
EUROPE, Anhaltt. 1,017 193,046 Leopold
1817 Lim monarchy: Austria
239,048 32,572,932 Francis Joseph I. Emperor. 1848 Const'l monarchy. Baden 5,712 1,434,754 Frederic
Grand Duke. 1852 Lim, sov., 2 chamb. Bavaria. 28,435 4,774,464 Ludwig II.
1864 Lim.mon., 2 chamb. Belgium 11,313 4,893,021 Leopold II.
1865 Lim.mon., 2 chamb. Brement
Burgomaster. 1863 Free city.
1831 Lim.sov., 1 chamb. Denmark 21,856 1,608,095 Christian IX.. King
1863 Lim.mon., 2 chamb. France,
213.241 38,067,094 Napoleon III. Emperor, 1852 Con.mon., 2 chamb. Great Britain.. 122,190 29,591,009 Victoria
1837 Lin.mon., 2 houses. Greece. 19 250 1,096,310 George I.
1863 Lim. monarchy. Hamburgt. 4,430 229,941
Burgomaster. 1865 Free ci y. Hesse-Darmst'dtt 3,761 790,171 Louis III,
Grand Duke.. 1849 Lim.sov., 2 chamb. Holland.. 13,890 3,699,744 William III. King
1849 Lim.mop., 2 chamb. Italy 118,356 24,550,845 Victor Eman'l II. King
1861 Lim.mon., 2 chamb. Lippe-Detmoldtt: 445 111,336 Leopold..
Prince 1851 Lim.mon., 1 chamb. Lippe-Schaumbgt 170 31,382 Adolphus Prince
1860 Lim.mon., 1 chamb. Lichtenstein.... 53 7,150 John II..
Prince 1858 Const'l monarchy. Labeckt .... 142 50,614
Burgomaster. 1863 Free city. Meck.-Schwerint
552,612 Fred. Francis Grand Duke.. 1842 Lim.B0v., 1 chamb. Meck.-Strelitzt
997 99,060 Fred. William.. Grand Duke.. 1860 Lim.sov., 1 chamb. Oldenburgt 2,470 301,812 Peter
Grand Duke., 1853 Lim. sov., 2 chamb. Portugal... 84,500 4,349,966 Luis I..
1861 Lim.mon., 2 chamb. Prussiat. 135,662 23,590,543 William I.
1861 Lim.mon., 2 chamb. Reuss-Elder linet
43,924 Henry XXII.
1859 Lim.sov., 1 chamb. Renss-Young.“
86,472 Henry XIV.
Prince.. 1867 Lim.sov..1 chamb. Russia 9,000,000 80,255,430 Alexander II.
1855 Absol. monarchy. San Marino 22 7,600
Republic, senáte, Two Regents.
and exec.council, Saxonyt
1854 Lim.mon., 2 chamb. Saxe-Altenburgt 491 141.839 Ernest
1853 Lim.sov., 1 chamb. Saxe-Co. Gothat. 790 164,527 Ernest II..
1844 Lim. sov., 1 chamb. Saxe-Meiningent. 968
1866 Lim.sov., 1 chamb. s'xe-Wor-Eisent. 1,403 280,201 Chas. Alexander.Grand Duke.. 1853 Lim.sov., 1 chamb. Schwzb'g-Rud.f.. 405 73,752 Fred. Gunther. Prince
1814 Lim.sov., 1 chamb. Schwzb'g-Sond.t. 358 66,189 Albert
1867 Lim.sov., 1 chamb. Spain 176.480 16,302,625 Isabella II.
1833 Lim.mon, 2 chamb. States of Church. 4,502 690,000 Pius IX.
1846 Absol.sovereignty. Sweden & Norw'y 292,440 5,814,386 Charles XV.
1859 Lim.mon.w.legis'e. Switzerland. 15,161 2,510,494
Pres, Fed. Co, 1867 Republic. Turkey 1,895,194 37,430,000 Abdul Azis. Sultan
1861 Absol, monarchy. Wurtemberg 7,568 1,748,328 Charles I.. King
1864 Lim.mon., 2 chamb. Waldeckt T
1852 Lim.sov., 1 chamb. In 1866, the Kingdom of Hanover, the Electorate of Hesse-Cassel. the Dnchies of SchleswigHolstein and Nassau, the Free City of Frankfort, and portions of Bavaria and Hesse-Darmstadt, together with a population of 4,285,700, were annexed to Prussia.
+ The States marked belong to the North German Confederation, which embraces an ag. gregate population of 29,220,862. Of Hesse-Darmstadt only one province belongs to the Con. federation
T In 1867, în virtue of a treaty between Prussia and Waldeck, the administration of Waldeck was assumed by Prussia.
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