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Whig. Loco. Whig.Loco. Quit- Brad- ThompLea. man. ford. son. Tippah.....1001 1674.. 1051 1630 Tishemingo. 734 1432.. 762 1288 Marshall....1261 1477.. 1330 1450
918 956.. 929 583 535.. 580 Tunica... 23 35.. 26 Lafayette... 622 840.. 651 Pontotoc 785 1235.. 826 Itawamba... 593 1318.. 676
III. Attala Winston 268 Holmes... 578 Washington 92 Issaquena. 102 Yazoo...
557 294 Leake.. Neshoba.... 237 Lauderdale. 371 Kemper 415 Newton..... Scott..... 128 Rankin .. 311 Hinds .1014 Warren..... 721
Bradley 944 Blount 527 Claiborne. 30 Cocke.. 799 Campbell. 1195 Carter.. 1246 Grainger Greene 6801 9190 Hawkins Hamilton Har Feath- Jefferson II. ris. erston. Johnson... Monroe .. .. 756 1224.. 816 1174 Knox.. Chickasaw.. 824 1134.. 826 1136 Meigs Yalobusha.. 749 1008.. 789 Tallahatchie. 223 255.. 229 Coahoma 184 149.. 185 Bolivar..... Sunflower 52 Carroll...... 791 Choctaw... 713 Oktibbeha.. 370
Lowndes... 681 773.. 736 722 Washington
Noxubee ... 518 589..
Total .......5761 7563
Wayne Green Perry.. Marion
57 Polk 859 Roane..
843 MIDDLE TENNESSEE.
6108 7190 Bedford
Total .......3829 7078 3820 7980 Grand total 21706 30979 23553 31766
IV. Winans. Brown. Van Buren Clarke... 160 439.. 137 435 Wlute.. Jasper. 247 490 Warren 510.. 264 Wilson.. Smith.... 123 452.. 117 430 Simpson. 195 285.. 176 292 Copiah 413 753.. 854 806 Adams.... 453 448.. 472 412 Claiborne... 385 398.. 392 389 Jefferson.. 342 320.. 327 320
Franklin. 215 290.. 211 280 Decatur
Lawrence 99 632.. 78 632 Dyer.
Covington 53 345.. 52
..5596 6836.. 6329 7406 Smith
55 197 Gibson
14 136 64 272 159 529.. 97 561 Amite 348 359.. 244 396 Wilkinson.. 414 Hancock...
Haywood. Lauderdale Madison.. McNairy. 352.. 375 363 Obion 93 282 Perry 142 358 Shelby
93 1490 1203
7 Gentry.....5766 No reg. oppos.t
8 Cullom.... 4816 Ewing4-91 9 Morris.....4302 1. G. Harris 5534 265 10 J.W.Harris5799 Stanton...*250 62011 Williams.. 9244 No opposition 1672 * We count in the Trousdale vote 1349 of Bedford Co. for Jones, as we had no Congress votes from there. The returns from the other Districts are perfectly complete.
Bailey, Loco, had 255 votes in Cannon Co. to 467 for Gentry.
20 347.. 23 347 Tipton
Total..... 61710 Majority for Trousdale, 1,390.
Counties. Whig. Brown...... 115 Crawford, &c. 32 Calumet.. 117 Columbia.... 432 Dane... 759 Dodge ...... 714 Fond-du-Lac. 389 Grant...... .1103 Green
321 Iowa, &c..... 655 457 Jefferson.... 649 1200 Lafayette.... 416 1484 Milw'kee cy. 528 991 co. 190 783 Manitowoc.. 52 511 Marquette... 247
953 Sheboygan.. 322 1252 St. Croix, &c. 1331 Walworth... 667 920 Waukesha... 669 2100 Washington. 208 782 Winnebago.. 333
3 Anderson .7256 Lyon.... 4 Rogers....1239 Savage.. Tuney Jones*
5 No reg. oppos.
6 Buchanan..4802 Thomas..
1 Watts, 2559 Millson,
5 Goggin, 3029 Powell, 3186 6 Botts, 2453 Seddon, 2311
Lee, S17 8 Forbes. 2078
461 14 McCo-2 mas. S 282 15 Hay
Holladay, 2163 McMullin, 4421 2153 George, 4094 Beale, 4310 Thomp2873
Our returns are incomplete in The the remaining Districts. 1405 election in the XVth District 511 was to fill the vacancy created 1031 by the deceuse of A. Newman. Loco, who was elected in April by a small majority over C. W. Russell, Esq., Whig.
St. Charles..... 130
St. John the.. 271
Declou- Walk- Jack La
Dist. & Parishes. et, er, son, Sere,
.3056 3156..2569 3295 Conrad, BeatWhig. ty. Second Muni-2284 2491..2232 2408 Genesee.. cipality* Hillsdale Algiers* 66 189.. 63 189 Ascension 302 302.. 302 295 Ingham.. Assumption.... 514 401.. 436 Jefferson.. 739 834.. 744
649.... 590 OHIO.-Election for a Leg-
Total ..........5659 4941..5259 4622
E. Baton Rouge 361 438.. 352 424
E. Feliciana... 328 398.. 327 387
In the Parish of Orleans.
... m 75 521.... 734 859.... 1044
394.... 478 1874
....m. 28 Wayne proper.... 981.... 1270 464.... 452 Detroit City ...... 713.... 1079 937.... 755 ..1075.... 1260 Total....... 19865....24777
NEW STATES AND TERRITORIES.
OREGON.-The election in this Territory took place on the 4th of June, but the result cannot be regarded as a test of parties, the Whigs permitting the election to go by default, without bringing out a candidate-Samuel R. Thurston (I.co) receiving almost a majority over all the candidates in the. field for Delegate to Congress. J. W. Nesmith, Whig
Meek & Griffin, "
Total Loco vote, 837; do. maj., 731; or all others over Thurston, 3. of July, and organized by the election of Samuel Parker, President of the The Legislature of the Territory assembled at Oregon City on the 16th Council, and A. L. Lovejoy, Speaker of the House; and on the 28th of the same month it adjourned over to the 20th of August, after the adoption of a memorial to Congress upon various subjects connected with the interests of the Territory, such as the granting of land to immigrants, &c. John P. Gaines, of Kentucky, succeeds Gen. Lane as Governor; Gen. E. Hammond, of Ohio, is his Secretary; and William Strong, U. S. Judge.
MINNESOTA.-Henry H. Sibley (Loco) was elected on the 1st of August a Delegate to Congress (without opposition) along with the first Territorial Legislature, but, as party lines were not drawn at this election, no estimate as to the political affinities of the Territorial legislators can be made. It was in session two months and transacted much important business. David Olmsted was President of the Council, and Jos. W. Furber, Speaker of the House. The Territorial Government is composed of Alexander Ramsey, Governor; Charles K. Smith, Secretary; Aaron Goodrich, Chief Justice; David Cooper, B. B. Meeker, Associate Judges; Joshua L. Taylor, U S. Marshal; Henry L. Moss, U. S. Attorney. Beside these officers (appointees of the President), the Governor has appointed the following:-Lorenzo A. Babcock, of Benton Co., Attorney-General; Jonathan E. Mc Kusick, of Washington Co., to be Anditor of Public Accounts; Calvin A. Tuttle, of Ramsey Co., Territorial Treasurer. On the 11th of June a census was taken of the Territory, when it was found there was a white population of 4,680, exclusive of soldiers at the military posts, and the immigration since that time has been at least equal to this estimate. The Indians have a population of 25,000. The Legislature have memorialized Congress for the purchase of the Sioux lands west of the Mississippi. The Territory covers a vast extent of land (166,000 square miles), sufficient to make four or five States when sufficiently populated.
Union-situated in the Valley of the Great Salt Lake, embracing what is STATE OF DESERET.-This new applicant for admission into the called the Great Basin of North America-adopted quite a liberal Constitution on the 10th of March. Brigham Young was elected Governor; Heber C. Kimball, Lieut.-Governor; Wm. Richards, Secretary of State; Jos. S. Heywood, Treasurer. On the 5th of July the Legislature met in joint session, and elected Almon W. Babbitt as a Delegate and Representative to Congress. The population is mostly composed of Mormons; they prefer a State Government, and thus relieve the nation of gre expense. If Congress ratifies the Constitution cf Deseret, two Senators and a Repre
sentative will soon be chosen from there.
NEW MEXICO.-Incipient steps have been taken by the inhabitants of this Territory for the formation of a civil government. At a Convention of Delegates from the various counties, on the 28th of September, Hugh N. Smith (formerly a lawyer in Missouri) was chosen a Delegate to Congress. Major Weightman received four votes in the Convention. There are plenof inhabitants there to form a State, being over 106,000, but they prefer for a while a Territorial to a State Government.
STATE OF CALIFORNIA.-We have no returns yet of the election here, which was to be held on the 13th of November, for State officers and two members of Congress.
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