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Board of Navy Commissioners.
Salary. Commissioner, and President of the Board, $3,500 Charles Stewart, Commissioner, .
3,500 Daniel T. Patterson,
3,500 Charles W. Goldsborough, Secretary,
2,000 William G. Ridgeley, Chief Clerk,
1,600 GENERAL Post-OFFICE,
Salary. WILLIAM T. BARRY, Post-Master General,
$6,000 Charles K. Gardner, Senior Assistant Post-Master General, 2,500 Selah R. Hobbie, Junior Assistant do.
Obadiah B. Brown, Chief Cleari come Superintendent of the office 1,700
Post-Offices in 1790,
Extent of Post-Roads, Do. do. 1800,
do. Do. do. 1810, 2,300;
do. Do. do. 1820, 4,500;
Do. do. Do. do. 1830, 8,450 ; Do.
do. Do do. 1831, 8,686; Do.
do. Estimated increase of Post-Roads for 1832, 2,200 miles.
1,875 20,817 36,406 72,492 115,176 115,486
*** The duties of the principal officers in the several Departments of the Executive Government, with the exception of the officers of the General Staff of the Army, are defined in the American Almanac for 1832.
III. CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES. The Congress of the United States consists of a Senate and House of Representatives, and must assemble, at least, once every year, on the first Monday of December, unless it is otherwise provided by law.
The Senate is composed of two members from each state; and of course the present regular number is 48. They are chosen by the legislatures of the several states, for the terip of six years, one third of them being elected biennially.
The House of Representatives is composed of members from the several states, elected by the people for the term of two years The representatives are apportioned among the different states according to population; and the 22d Congress was elected in accordance with an act of Congress of the 3d of March, 1823, one representative being returned for every 40,000 persons, computed according to the Constitution. The present regular number is 213 representatives and 3 delegates.
The pay of the members of both houses is $8 for every twenty miles' travel in going to and returning from the seat of government.
The TWENTY-SECOND CONGRESS.
North Carolina. John Holmes, 1833, Alfred. Bedford Brown, 1835, Milton. Peleg Sprague, 1835, Hallowell. Wilie P. Mangum, 1837, Hillsboro'. New Hampshire.
South Carolina. *Samuel Bell,
Chester. Robert Y. Hayne, 1835, Charleston, Isaac Hill,
1837, Concord. *Stephen D. Miller,1837, Camden, Vermont.
Georgia. Horatio Seymour, 1833, Middlebury. *George M. Troup, 1835, Dublin. Samuel Prentiss, 1837, Montpelier. *John Forsyth, 1837, Augusta. Massachusetts.
Alabama. Daniel Webster, 1833, Boston. William R. King, 1835, Selma, Nathaniel Silsbee, 1835, Salem. *Gabriel Moore, 1837, Huntsville. Rhode Island.
Mississippi. Asher Robbins, 1833, Newport. *George Poindexter, 1835, Natchez. *Nehem.R.Knight, 1835, Providence. One Vacancy. Connecticut.
Louisiana. Samuel A. Foot, 1833, Cheshire. Geo. A, Waggaman, 1835, N. Orleans. *Gideon Tomlinson, 1837, Fairfield. Josiah S. Johnston, 1837, Alexandria. New York.
Tennessee. Charles E. Dudley, 1833, Albany. Felix Grundy, 1833, Nashville. William L. Marcy, 1837, Albany. Hugh L. White, 1835, Knoxville. New Jersey.
Kentucky. *Mahlon Dickerson,1833, Suckasunna. George M. Bibb, 1835, Yellow Banks. Th. Frelinghuyseri, 1835,Newark. Henry Clay, 1837, Lexington. Pennsylvania.
Ohio. George M. Dallas, 1933,Philadelphia. Benj. Ruggleś, 1833, St. Clairsville. William Wilkins, 1837, Pittsburg. Thomas Ewing, 1837, Fairfield. Delaware.
Indiana. Arnold Naudain, 1833, Wilmington. John Tipton, John M. Clayton, 1835, Dover. William Hendricks, 1837, Madison. Maryland.
Illinois. Samuel Smith, 1833,Baltimore Jno. M. Robinson, 1835, Jacksonville. Ezek.F.Chambers,1837,Chestertown. Elias K. Kane, 1837, Kaskaskia. Virginia
Missouri. *John Tyler, 1833,Charles City. Thomas H. Benton, 1833, St. Louis, Litt. W. Tazewell,1835, Norfolk. Alex. Buckner, 1837, Cape Girardeau.
Officers of the Senate.
Salary. Walter Lowrie, (Penn.) Sec Mountjoy Bayley, Sergeant at retary, $3000
Arms and Door-keeper, 1500 Rev. William Durbin, Chaplain, 500]John Shackford, Assistant Door
keeper, 1450 *Those marked thus (*) have been governors of their respective States.
THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. Representatives of the 22d Congress, with the names of the Post Offices near which they reside, and the Counties in which their places of residence are situated. Andrew Stevenson, of Virginia, Speaker.
Oxford. Jarvis, Leonard Ellsworth,
Hancock. Kavanagh, Edward Damariscotta Mills, Lincoln. McIntire, Rufus Parsonsfield,
New Hampshire. 6.
Strafford. Harper, Joseph M. Canterbury,
Merrimack. Hubbard, Henry Charlestown,
Sullivan. Weeks, John W. Lancaster,
Middlesex. Grennel, Jr., George Greenfield,
Franklin. Hodges, James L. Taunton,
Rhode Island. 2.
Residence. Huntington, Jabez W. Litchfield, Ingersoll, Ralph J. New Haven, Storrs, Wm. L.
Middletown, Young, Ebenezer Killingly Centre,
County. Litchfield. New Haven. Middlesex. Windham.
New York. 34.
Angel, Wm. G. Babcock, William Barstow, Gam. H. Beardsley, Samuel Bergen, John T. Bouck, Joseph Broadhead, J. C. Cambreleng, C. C. Collier, John A. Cook, Bates Dayan, Charles Dickson, John Doubleday, U. F. Hoffman, Michael Hogan, William Jewett, F. G. King, John Lansing, G. Y. Lent, James Pendleton, Edm. H. Pierson, Job Pitcher, Nathaniel Reed, Edward C. Root, Erastus Soule, Nathan Taylor, John W. Tracy, Phineas L. Verplanck, G. C. Ward, Aaron Wardwell, Daniel Wheeler, Grat. H. White, Camp. P. Whittlesey, Fred. Wilkin, Samuel J.
Burlington, Penn Yan, Nichols, Utica, Brooklyn, Middleburg, Modena, New-York, Binghampton, Lewiston, Lowville, West Bloomfield, Auburn, Herkimer, Hogansburg, Skaneateles, New-Lebanon, Albany, New-Town, Hyde Park, Schaghticoke, Sandy Hill, Homer, Delhi, Fort Plain, Ballston Spa, Batavia, New-Yo Mount Pleasant, Mansville, Wheeler, New York, Rochester, Goshen,
Otsego. Yates. Tioga. Oneida. Kings. Schoharie Ulster. New-York. Broome. Niagara. Lewis. Ontario. Cayuga. Herkimer. Franklin. Onondago. Columbia. Albany. Queens. Dutchess. Rensselaer. Washington. Cortland. Delaware. Montgomery Saratoga. Genesee. New York. West Chester. Jefferson. Steuben. New York. Monroe. Orange.
New Jersey. 6.
Morris. Essex. Gloucester. Cape May. Middlesex. Somerset.
Allison, Robert Banks, John
Residence. Bird, George
Bedford, Bucher, John C. Harrisburgh, Coulter, Richard Greensburg, Crawford, Th. H. Chambersburg, Denny, Harmer Pittsburgh, Dewart, Lewis Sunbury, Evans, Joshua
Paoli, Ford, James
Lawrenceville, Gilmore, John
Butler, Heister, William New-Holland, Horn, Henry
Philadelphia, Ihrie Jr., Peter
Easton, King, Adam
York, King, Henry
Allentown, Mann, Joel K.
Jenkinstown, McCoy, Robert
Carlisle, McKennan, T. M. Washington, Muhlenburgh, H. A. Reading, Potts Jr., David Pottstown, Smith, Samuel A. Doylestown, Stephens, Philander Montrose, Stewart, Andrew Uniontown, Sutherland, Joel B. Philadelphia, Watmough, John G. Philadelphia.
Virginia. 22. . Alexander, Mark Lombardy Grove, Allen, Robert
Mount Jackson, Archer, William S. Elkhill, Armstrong, William Romney, Barbour, John S. Culpeper C. H. Bouldin, Thomas T. Charlotte C. H. Chinn, Joseph W. Nuttsville, Claiborne, Nat. H. Rocky Mount, Coke Jr., Richard Williamsburg, Craig, Robert
Montgomery, Davenport, Thomas Meadsville, Doddridge, Philip Wellesburg, Gordon, William F. Linsey's Store,
Mecklenburg. Shenandoah, Amelia. Hampshire. Culpeper. Charlotte. Lancaster. Franklin. James City. Montgomery. Halifax. Brooke, Albemarle,