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Baton Rouge, White, Edward D. Donaldsonville,
Tennessee. 9. Arnold, Thomas D. Campbell's Station, Bell, John
Nashville, Blair, John
Jonesboro', Fitzgerald, William
Dresden, Hall, William
Green Garden, Isacks, Jacob C.
Winchester, Johnson, Cave
Clarksville, Polk, James K.
Columbia, Standifer, Jaines Mount Airy,
Kontucky. 12. Adair, John
Harrodsburgh, Allan, Chilion
Steubenville, Russell, William
West Union, Stanberry, William Newark, Thompson, John New-Lisbon, Vance, Joseph
Urbanna, Vinton, Samuel F. Gallipolis, Whittlesey, Elisha Canfield,
Indiana. 3. Boon, Ratliff
Boonville, Carr, John
Charleston, McCarty, Jonathan Connersville,
Nlinois. 1. Duncan, Joseph Jacksonville,
Huron. Warren. Montgomery. Ross. Hamilton. Fairfield. Belmont. Jefferson. Adams. Licking. Columbiana. Champaigne. Gallia. Trumbull.
NEW APPORTIONMENT OF REPRESENTATIVES. By the law passed in 1832 for the apportionment of Representatives among the several States, it is enacted, that from and after the third day of March, 1833, the House of Representatives shall be composed of members elected agreeably to a ratio of one Representative foi every 47,700 persons in each State, computed according to the rule prescribed by the Constitution of the United States.
The following Table exhibits the Representative Population of each State, the Number of Representatives to which each State will be entitled, and the Fractions which remain after dividing the Representative Population of each State by 47,700; and also the number to which each State was entitled in the 22d Congress.
9.5 7 700
(No. in Rep. Pop, No. Rep. i 220
| Con Me. 399,454 81
17 8 5 4 7 N.C. (639,747 1319647 13 N. H. 269,327| 5 6 S. C. 455,025 935725 9 Vt.
280,652 54 13 Ga. 429,811 9 Mass. 610,4081233 2 Ala. 262,507 544487 3 R. I. 6 Miss. 110,357 2
1 Con. 297,665 61 5 La.
3 N. Y. 1,918,578 40195 | 34 ||Ten. 625,263 1321293 9 N. J. 319,921 6 6 Ky. 621,832 13 1732
12 Pa. 1,348,072 281347 3 26 Ohio, 937,9011931941 14 Del.
1 ||Ind. 343,0307 3 Md. 9 Ill. 157,146 31
1 11,023,502 2141483 22 Mo. 130,419 23 1
114 6 5 47700
75,431 1417 405,842 8110
IV. PUBLIC LANDS.
SURVEYORS OF PUBLIC LANDS.
Salary. Micajah T. Williams for Ohio, Ind. and Mich. Cincinnati,
$2000 Gideon Fitz for Mississipi,
2000 Robert Butler for Florida,
2000 John Coffee for Alabama,
Florence, Ala. 2000 William McRee for Illin., Mo., & Ark. Ter. St. Louis, Mo. 2000 Henry B. Trist for Louisiana,
Receivers of Public Moneys. Steubenville, Ohio, David Hodge,
Samuel S. Stokely. Marietta, do. Joseph Wood,
David C. Skinner. Cincinnati, do. Peyton S. Symmes, Morgan Neville. Chillicothe, do. Thoinas Scott, Isaiah Inghain. Zanesville, do. Thonias Flood,
Bernard Van Horne. Wooster,
do. Joseph S. Lake, Samuel Quinby. Piqua,
do. Thomas B. Van Horne, Robert I. Skinner. Tiffin, do. Thomas Gillispie,
Joseph H. Larwill. Jeffersonville, Indiana, William Lewis, James G. Reed. Vincennes, do. John Badollet,
John D. Wolverton. Indianapolis do. Arthur St. Clair, James P. Drake. Crawfordsville, do. Samuel Milroy,
Israel T. Canby. Fort Wayne, do. Robert Brackenridge,
John Spencer. Kaskaskia, Illinois,
Edward Humphreys. Shawneetown, do. James C. Sloo,
John Caldwell. Edwardsville, do. William P. McKee, Benjamin F. Edwards. Vandalia, do. Charles Prentiss, William Linn. Palestine, do. Joseph Kitchell, Guy W. Smith. Quincy, do. Samuel Alexander, Thomas Carlin. Danville, do. Francis Prince,
Samuel McRoberts. Springfield, do. William L. May, John Taylor. Detroit, Mich. Ter. John Biddle,
Jonathan Kearsley. Monroe, do. Abraham Edwards, Th. C. Shelden. St. Louis, Missouri, William Christy, Bernard Pratte. Franklin, do. Hampton L. Boon, Uriel Sebree. Jackson, do. George Bullit,
Edwin M. Ryland.
Willis M. Green.
Archibald Yell. Ouachita, Louisiana, Charles F. Morehouse, Joseph Friend. Opelousas, do.
Valentine King, Benj’n Robert Rogers. New Orleans, do. Hilary B. Cenas, William L. Robeson, St. Helena, C. H. Thomas G. Davidson, Alex. Gordon Penn. Washington, Mississippi, B. L. C. Wailes, Thomas Lewis. Augusta, do. William Howze,
George B. Dameron.
Costs of the Public Lands, and Amount paid for and on account thereof. Payment on account of the purchase of Louisiana : Principal,
14,984,872 28 Interest on 11,250,000 8,529,333 43
23,514,225 71 Same. Purchase of Florida : Principal,
4,985,599 82 Interest to 30th Sept. 1831, 1,265,416 67
6,251,016 49 Same. Compact with Georgia,
1,065,484 06 Same. Settlement with the Yazoo claimants,
1,830,808 04 Same. Contracts with the several Indian tribes, (all expenses on account of Indians,)
11,852,182 56 Same. Commissioners, clerks, surveyors, and other offi
cers, employed by the United States for the
Total to the 30th September, 1831,
Amount of money received at the Treasury as the proceeds
of sales of the public lands, to the 30th Sept. 1831,
* On this item, the cost per acre is to be calculated.