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Members of the House of Representatives, for the Second Session of the Twenty Third Congress; showing the Congressional Districts in each State, and the Counties represented by each Member, where the State is divided into Districts.

Note. The Post Office of each Representative, follows immediately after his name, the county in which he resides is in Italic.

JOHN BELL, of Tennessee, Speaker.


1 Rufus M'Intire, Parsonsfield, York.

2 Francis O J. Smith, Portland, Cumberland, except three towns. 3 Edward Kavanagh, Damariscotta Mills, Lincoln, except four towns. 4 George Evans, Gardiner, Kennebec, west of Kennebec river, except 4 towns, Somerset, west of Kennebec river, and 1 town in Lincoln. 5 Moses Mason, Jr. Oxford, part of Cumberland, Lincoln, Kennebec. 6 Joseph Hall, Camden, Waldo, and Kennebec, east of Kennebec river. 7 Leonard Jarvis, Ellsworth, Hancock, and Washington.

8 Gorham Parks, Bangor, Penobscot, Somerset, east of Kennebec river.
1 Benning M. Bean, Moultonborough, Stafford.
2 Robert Burns, Hebron, Grafton.

3 Joseph M. Harper, Canterbury, Merrimack.
4 Henry Hubbard, Charlestown, Sullivan.
5 Franklin Pierce, Hillsborough, Hillsborough.


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5 Levi Lincoln, (2) Worcester, Worcester.

6 George Grennell, Jr., Greenfield, Franklin.

7 George N. Briggs, Lanesboro, Berkshire.

8 Isaac C. Bates, Northampton, Hampton.

9 William Jackson, (3) Newton, Middlesex, Norfolk.

10 William Baylies, West Bridgewater, Plymouth.

11 John Reed, Yarmouth, Barnstable, Nantucket and Dukes. 12 John Quincy Adams, Quincy, Norfolk.

RHODE ISLAND. 1 Tristam Burges, Providence, Providence 2 Dutee J. Pearce, Newport, Newport. CONNECTICUT.


Elected by General

1 Noyes Barber, Groton, New London.
2 Joseph Trumbull, (4) Hartford, Hartford.
3 Ebenezer Jackson,(5) Middletown, Middlesex.
4 Phineas Miner, (6) Litchfield, Litchfield.

5 Samuel Tweedy, Danbury, Fairfield.

6 Ebenezer Young, Killingly Centre, Windham.

Elected by General

Elected by Gene

ral Ticket

(1) In place of Rufus Choate, resigned.

(2) In place of John Davis, resigned, elected Governor of Massachusetts. (3) To fill the vacancy in the District.

(4) In place of William W. Ellsworth, resigned.

(5) In place of Samuel A. Foot, resigned, elected Governor of Connecticut.
(6) In place of Jabez W. Huntington, resigned, appointed Judge in Connecticut.


1 Hiland Hall, Beunington, Bennington, Windham, and seven towns of Windsor.

2 William Slade, Middlebury, Addison, and Rutland.

3 Horace Everett, Windsor, residue of Windsor, and Orange. 4 Heman Allen, Burlington, Chittenden, Franklin, Grand Isle, and part of Orleans. [and residue of Orleans.

5 Henry F. Janes, (7) Waterbury, Washington, Caledonia, Essex, NEW YORK

1 Abel Huntington, Easthampton, Suffolk, and Queens.

2 Isaac B. Van Houten, Clarkstown, Rockland, Richmond and Kings.
Churchill C Cambreleng, New York.
Campbell P. White, New York.
John J. Morgan, (8) New York.
Charles G. Ferris, (9) New York.

4 Aaron Ward, Mount Pleasant, Westchester, and Putman,

5 Abraham Bockee, Federal Store, Dutchess.

6 John W. Brown, Newburg, Orange.

7 Charles Bodle, Bloomingburg, Sullivan, and Ulster. Aaron Vanderpoe!, Kinderhook, Columbia.

8 {John Adams, Catskill, Green



9 Job Pierson, Schaghticoke, Rensselaer.

10 Gerrit Y. Lansing, Albany, Albany.

11 John Cramer, Waterford, Saratoga, and Schenectady. 12 Henry C. Martindale, Sandy Hill, Washington.

13 Reuben Whallon, Split Rock, Essex, Warren, and Clinton. 14 Ransom H. Gillet, Ogdensburg, St Lawrence, and Franklin, 15 Charles M'Vean, Conajobarie, Montgomery, and Hamilton. 16 Abijah Mann, jun Fairfield, Herkimer, and Lewis.

Samuel Beardsley, Utica, Oneida. Oneida and Oswego. 17 Joel Turrill, Oswego.

18 Daniel Wardwell, Mansville, Jefferson. 19 Sherman Page. Unadilla, Otsego

20 Noadiah Johnson, Delhi, Delaware, and Broome.

21 Henry Mitchell, Norwich, Chenango.



Cortlandt, Tompkins and Tioga.

William Taylor, Manlius, Onondaga.

William K. Fuller, Chenango, Madison.Onondaga and Madi24 Rowland Day, Sempronius, Cayuga. 25 Samuel Clark, Waterloo, Wayne, and Seneca. 26 John Dickson, West Bloomfield, Ontario.


City and County of
New York.

Samuel G. Hathaway, Solon, Cortlandt.

Columbia, Greene and Scoharie.

27 Edward Howell, Bath, Steuben, and Yates.

28 Frederick Whittlesey, Rochester, Monroe. 29 George W. Lay, Batavia, Gennessee.

30 Philo C Fuller, Alleghany, and Livingston.

31 Abner Hazletine, Jamestown, Chautauque, and Cataraugus.

32 Mellard Fillmore, Buffalo, Erie.

33 Gideon Hard, Albion, Orleans, and Niagara.

(7) In place of Benjamin F. Deming, deceased.

(8) In place of Cornelius W. Lawrence, resigned, elected Mayor of New-York. (9) In place of Dudley Selden, resigned.


1 Philemon Dickerson, Patterson, Essex. 2 Samuel Fowler, Hamburg, Sussex.

3 Thomas Lee, Port Elizabeth, Cumberland.

4 James Parker, Perth Amboy, Middlesex.

5 Ferdinand S. Schenck, Six Mile Run, Somerset.

6 William N. Shinn, Mount Holly, Burlington. J


1 Joel B. Sutherland, Philadelphia, East and West Southwark, Moyamensing, Passyunk, Kingsessing, Blockley, Penn Township, Germantown, Roxborough and Bristol, in the County of Philadelphia. Horace Binney, Philadelphia, City of Philadelphia.


3 John G Watmough, Philadelphia, residue of Philadelphia County. William Heister, New Holland, Lancaster.


Elected by General Ticket.

4 David Potts, Jr. Pottstown, Chester.

Edward Darlington, Chester, Delaware.

5 Joel K. Mann, Jenkintown, Montgomery.

6 Robert Ramsay, Hartsville, Bucks.

7 David D. Wagener, Easton, Northampton, Pike, and Wayne.

8 Henry King, Allentown, Lehigh, and Schuylkill.

9 Henry A Muhlenberg, Reading, Berks.

10 William Clark, Dauphin, Dauphin, and Lebanon.

11 Charles A. Barnitz, York. York.

Delaware, Chester, and Lancaster.

1 John J. Milligan, Wilmington, New Castle.


12 George Chambers, Chambersburg, Franklin, and Adains.

13 Jesse Miller, Landisburgh, Perry, Cumberland, and Juniata. 14 Joseph Henderson, Brown's Mills, Mifflin, Huntingdon and Centre. 15 Andrew Beaumont, Wilkesbarre, Luzerne, and Columbia

16 Joseph B. Anthony, Williamsport, Lycoming, Union, and Northum



17 John Laporte, Asylum, Bradford, Susquehanna, Tioga, Potter, and 18 George Burd, Bedford, Bedford, Somerset, and Cambria. 19 Richard Coulter, Greensburg, Westmoreland, and Indiana. 20 Andrew Stewart, Uniontown, Fayetle, and Green.

21 T. M. T. M'Kennon, Washington. Washington.

22 Harmar Denny, Pittsburg, Alleghany.


23 Samuel S. Harrison, Kittaning. Butler, Clearfield, Jefferson, and 24 John Banks, Mercer, Mercer, and Beaver.

25 John Galbraith, Franklin, Venango, Crawford, Erie, and Warren. DELAWARE

1 Jahn N. Steele,(10, Vienna, Dorchester, Princess Anne, Worces ter, and Somerset. [Kent, and Cecil.

2 Richard B. Carmichael, Centreville, Queen Anne, Caroline, Talbot, 3 James Turner, Wiseburg, Baltimore, and Harford,

4 James P. Heath, Baltimore, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th Wards of the City of Baltimore.

5 Isaac McKim. Baltimore, 1st, 2d, 3d, 4th and 5th Wards of the City

of Baltimore, Anne Arundel, and the City of Annapolis. (10) In place of Littleton P. Dennis, deceased.

6 William Cost Johnson, Jefferson, 1st, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 11th and 14th election Districts of Frederick and Montgomery.

7 Francis Thomas, Fredericktown, residue of Frederick, Alleghany,

and Washington.

8 John T. Stoddert, Harris's Lot, Charles, Prince George, Calvert, and St. Mary's.


1 Henry A. Wise, Orancock, Accomack, Northampton, James City, York, Warwick, Gloucester, Matthews, City of Williamsburg. 2 George Loyall, Norfolk, Norfolk Borough. Isle of Wight, Princess

Anue, Nansemond, Norfolk County, Elizabeth City.

3 John Y. Mason, Hicksford, Southampton, Prince George, Sussex,

Surry, Greensville, Town of Petersburgh

4 John Robertson, (11) Richmond, City of Richmond, Hanover, New Kent, Charles City, Henrico.

5 William P Taylor, Fredericksburg, Caroline, King William, King and Queen, Essex, Middlesex

6 Joseph W. Chinn, Nuttsville, Lancaster, Northumberland, Richmond, Westmoreland, King George, Stafford, Prince William. 7 Charles F. Mercer, Aldie, Loudon, Fairfax, Fauquier.

8 John M. Patton, Fredericksburg, Spottsylvania, Orange, Madison, Culpepper, Rappahannock. [and Mecklenburg.

toway, Goochland.

9 James H. Gholson, Percival's, Brunswick, Dinwiddie, Lunenburg, 10 William S. Archer, Elkhill, Amelia, Powhattan, Chesterfield, Not[Cumberland, Buckingham. 11 James W. Bouldin,(12) Charlotte C. H., Charlotte, Prince Edward, 12 Thomas Davenport, Meadville, Halifax, Campbell, Pittsylvania. 13 William F. Gordou, Lindsay's Store, Albemarle, Amherst, Nelson, Fluvauna, Goochland. [Henry. 14 Nathaniel H. Claiborne, Rocky Mount, Franklin, Patrick. Bedford, 15 Edward Lucas, Charlestown, Jefferson, Morgan, Hampshire, Frederick, Berkley. [Hardy, Pendleton, Bath, 16 James M. H. Beale, Shenandoah, Shenandoah, Rockingham, Page, 17 Samuel McDowell Moore, Lexington, Rockbridge, Alleghany, Floyd, Montgomery, Augusta, Botetourt.

18 John H. Fulton, Abingdon, Wythe, Grayson, Smith, Tazewell, Russel, Washington, Scott, Lee. [Kenhawa, Logan, Cabell. 19 William McComas, Greenbrier, Monroe, Giles, Nicholas, Fayette, 20 John James Allen, Clarksburg, Harrison, Mason, Pocahontas, Lewis, Wood, Randolph, Jackson. [Brooke. 21 Edgar C. Wilson, Morgantown, Mononagalia, Ohio, Preston, Tyler, NORTH CAROLINA.

1 William B. Shepard, Elizabeth City, Pasquotank, Currituck, Camden, Perquimans, Chowan, Gates, Hertford

2 Jesse A Bynum, Halifax, Northampton, Bertie, Martio.

3 Thomas H. Hall, Tarborough, Edgecomb, Washington, Hyde, Pitt, Tyrrell, Beaufort. [Jones, Carteret, Johnson. 4 Jesse Speight, Stantonsburg, Greene, Wayne, Lenor, Craven. (11) In place of Andrew Stevenson, Speaker, resigned.

12) In place of T. B. Bouldin, deceased [He died at his seat, in the House of Repre sentatives, on the 11th of February, 1834.]

5 James McKay, Elizabethtown, Bladen, Brunswick, Columbus, Duplin, Onslow, Sampson, New-Hanover. [Nash.

6 Micajah T. Hawkins, Warrenton, Warren, Granville, Franklin, 7 Edmund Deberiy, Lawrenceville, Montgomery, Anson, Richmond, Robeson, Cumberland, Moore.

8 Daniel L Barringer, Raleigh, Wake, Person, Orange.

9 Augustine H. Shepperd, Germantown, Stokes, Rockingham, Guilford, Caswell, Mount Hope. [vidson. 10 Abraham Rencher, Pittsborough, Chatham, Rowan, Randolph, Da11 Henry W. Connor, Sherrilsford, Lincoln, Cabarrus, Mecklenburg. 12 James Graham, Rutherford, Burke, Haywood, Buncombe, Macon. 13 Lewis Williams, Panther Creek, Surry, Wilke, Iredell, Ashe. SOUTH CAROLINA.

1 Henry L. Pinckney, Charleston.

2 Warren R. Davis, Pendleton C. H., Pickens, Greenville, Anderson.) 3 Francis W. Pickens, (13) Edgefield, Edgefield, Abbeville.

4 Kobert B. Campbell, (14) Brownsville, Marlborough, Georgetown, Williamsburgh, Marion, Horry, Darlington.

5 William K. Clowney, Union C. H., Union, Spartanburg, York, Chester. [Barnwell.

6 John M. Felder, Orangeburg, Orangeburg, Lexington, Richland, 7 Richard J. Manning,(15) Fulton, Sumpter, Kershaw, Lancaster, Chesterfield.

8 William J. Grayson, Beaufort, Beaufort, Colleton.

9 John K. Griffin, Milton, Newberry, Laurens, Fairfield.



1 Augustine S. Clayton, Athens, Clark. 2 John Coffee, Jacksonville, Telfair.

3 Thomas F. Foster, Greensborough, Greene.

4 Roger L. Gamble, Louisville, Jefferson.

5 George R. Gilmer, Lexington, Oglethorpe. } 6 Seaborn Jones, Columbus, Muscogee.

7 William Schley, Augusta, Richmond.

8 James M. Wayne, Savannah, Chatham.

9 Richard H. Wilde, Augusta, Richmond.

Elected by General


1 Chittenden Lyon, Eddyville, Caldwell, Hickman, Calloway, Graves, M'Cracken, Livingston, Trigg, Union.

2 Albert G. Hawes, Hawesville, Hancock, Christian, Hopkins, Henderson, Muhlenberg, Butler, Ohio, Daviess

3 Christopher Tompkins, Glasgow, Barren, Todd, Logan, Warren, Edmondson, Simpson, Allen, Monroe.

4 Martin Beatty, Big South Fork, Wayne, Cumberland, Adair, Russel, Pulaski, Rockcastle, Whitley, Casey. [Mercer, Anderson. 5 Robert P. Letcher,(16) Lancaster, Garrard, Lincoln, Jessamine, 6 Thomas Chilton, Elizabethtown, Hardin, Green, Hart, Grayson, Breckenridge, Meade.

Benjamin Hardin, Bardstown, Nelson, Washington, Bullit, Spencer. (13) In place of George M'Duffie, resigned.

(14) In place of Thomas D. Singleton, deceased.

(15) In place of James Blair, deceased.

(16) To fill the vacancy in this District.

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