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POPULATION OF THE UNITED STATES.

TERRITORIES.

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Population
of 1830.

POPULATION OF THE PRINCIPAL CITIES AND TOWNS IN THE UNITED STATES.

2,867 12,598

3,980

8,778

877

Utah.

61,392

6,474

13,895

5,247

8,783

4,178

7,592

6,072

6,138

6,784

6,042

16,883

10,678

5,161

7,074

197,112

15,394

24,209

8,668

9,207

1,117

11,556

8,328

7,222

3,823

2,703

6,424

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8,627

15,218

5,814

5,141

8,235

93,383

20,796

15,082

9,089

11,484

7,497

12,087

8,409

9,867

10,985

7,645

23,171

12,960

7,239

9,468

312,710

86,233

33,721

18,213

20,191

5,094

19,334

1,184

6,157

360

12,782

10,006

9,125

Population Ratio of in- Population Ratio of in-
of 1840.
of 1850.

crease.

crease.

4,665

8,933

200-9

New Mexico.

20-79

89-51

36.25

268-87

52.1

Bernalillo
Rio Ariba
Santa Anna..

Santa Fé
San Miguel
Taos
Valencia..

221 22

8.54

78-22

80-75

79-65

59-2

38 48

52-6

61.92

26:58

87-65

21:37

40-26

83-84

58.64

35-37

89-29

110-11

1193

856-04

67-8

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Washington.

53.57

38.54

138-68

72-58

89-05

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14,432

20,815

8,225

8,020

13.922

136,871

33,888

20,264

18,364

17,216

17,049

16,443

15,215

14,257

11,766

10,441

41,512

20,345

10,265

13.555

515,507

96,888

50.763

705

42,261

36,403

80,780

28,785

22.271

7,751 10,668

4,645

17.565

18,944

12,323

7,713

7,074

9,507

14,147

61,505

12,205

11,415

67-28 36.77 54-77

56. 330-67

46.56

60-52

34-35

102.04

49-91

127-41

36-03

80-98

52-2

7-1

36.57

79-15

56-98

644

588

814

41-8

43.16

64-85

167-26

50-58

132-03

80-29

504-24

48-88

87-41

39-35

85-04

161-62

27-78

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AGENTS WANTED

TO CIRCULATE

THE HISTORY OF THE WORLD.

THE great popularity of this work, as well as its intrinsic merits and its complete adaptation to the public wants, presents inducements to enterprising young men of business habits and good address, to act as agents for the same, rarely met with in subscription books.

No pains or expense has been spared, in any department, to make it at once useful and attractive, and the exceedingly low price at which it is afforded, places this great work within the reach of the humblest citizen.

Notwithstanding but a small portion of the country has been canvassed, already one hundred thousand names have been enrolled for the book, and the agents in the different parts of the United States and Canada are daily adding large numbers of the intelligent of all classes, for the work.

This rapid and immense sale furnishes the best commentary upon its intrinsic value and admirable adaptation to the public wants.

The following are a few extracts from the numerous recommendations the work has already received: HARTFORD, Conn.

I am very well acquainted with the works of Mr. Maunder, having long used them for purposes of reference; and have no hesitation in recommending the one entitled "The History of the World," as valuable and reliable. The additions of Mr. Inman, are, I am confident, calculated to increase the value of the book. J. WILLIAMS, Vice-Chancellor of Trinity College. AMHERST COLLEGE, Massachusetts.

I have carefully examined "The History of the World," by John Inman, Esq., and find it a work exhibiting great historical research; and it cannot fail to be useful and instructive as a work for general circulation, and I would therefore recommend it to all.

EDWARD HITCHCOCK, President.

From Prof. Emerson of Andover (Mass.) Seminary.

I have examined the "History of the World," and think it particularly valuable, especially for such as have not access to more extended works of history; and even to those who have such works, it will often be found an important help, as it brings down the history of the countries to the present time. So far as I have observed, the author appears impartial. RALPH EMERSON. DELAWARE COLLEGE, State of Delaware.

Some time since I took occasion to examine somewhat carefully "The History of the World," published by Henry Bill, and believe it to be a most valuable, correct, and in all respects desirable work. It is cheap, and a capital book for reference. W. S. GRAHAM. HANOVER COLLEGE, Indiana.

I have examined the "History of the World," and know it to be a work of high character and value, which I can cordially recommend to public patronage. M. STURGUS, Prof. Languages. From the Norwich Aurora.

A very considerable portion of the reading public are already personally acquainted with the merits of the work entitled "A History of the World," published by Hon. Henry Bill of this city. It has met with a more extensive sale, probably, than any other work of a similar character ever issued from the press in this country; and at no time has the demand for it been greater than at present-numerous agents being successfuly employed, in nearly every State in the Union, in its dissemination.

Agents are also Wanted

TO INTRODUCE

THE ILLUMINATED HISTORY OF NORTH AMERICA Into each county in the United States and Canada. The success that has thus early attended the "History of the World," has induced the Publisher to issue a work National in its character, and that would meet the wants of those of even the smallest means, and at the same time retain the attractive features of more elaborate and expensive books.

A knowledge of our own country is peculiarly necessary for all classes, and especially for the education of the young.

In presenting this work to the public it has been the Publisher's endeavor to maintain the high standing that has thus far characterized all his publications, and thus merit the patronage bestowed by a generous public.

Agents will not be required to canvass territory previously occupied (unless they choose), and all books not sold may be returned at prices charged, if in good condition.

Being connected with the extensive publishing-house of Messrs. Harper & Brothers, New York, I supply Agents with their publications at their regular wholesale prices. Persons wishing to embark as Agents, or to obtain further information on the subject, will call at the office of the subscriber, or address by mail, post-paid,

HENRY BILL, Norwich, Connecticut.

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