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Total... .4093 3948.. 4820 4072.. 3422 2549 Per cent...... .50.90 49.10.. 54.02 45.64.. 57.16 42.84 For Governor, David Butler (Rep.), 4,093; J. S. Morton (Dem.), 3,948, total vote, 8,041; Butler over Morton, 145. For member of XXXIXth Congress, T. M. Marquette (Rep.), 4,820 J. R. Brooke (Dem.), 4,072; Marquette over Brooke, 136.

ber of the XLth Congress, Delegate to the On Oct. 9th, an election was held for memXLth Congress, Territorial Auditor, Territorial Treasurer, and Territorial Librarian, with the following result:-For men ber of Congress, John Taffe (Rep.), 4,820; A. S. Paddock (Conserv. Rep.), 4,072; George Francis Train, 30; total vote, 8,920; Taffe over Paddock, 748; over all, 718. Total vote for Delegate to Congress, 8,958; T. M. Marquette (Rep.), 4,821; J. S. Morton (Dem), 4,105; G. F Train, 32; Marquette over Morton, 716; over all, 684.

In 1865, total vote for Territorial Treasurer 5,950; Kountze over Goodrich, 852. In 1864, Hitchcock's (Union) majority for Delegate to Congress, 793. In 1862, Daily's (Union) majority, 153.

STATE LEGISLATURE,'66. Senate.House.J.Bal. Republicans.. 8 30........38

Democrats....

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Majority of George M. Chilcott, the Republican candidate over Hunt, the Administration candidate, 108. Governor Cummings gave a certificate of election to Hunt, and a majority of the Board of Canvassers gave a certificate to Chilcott.

402 LEGISLATURE.-The Republicans have a ma15 jority both in the State and Territorial Legislatures.

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.106 235.. 147 210.. 146 200

76.. 131

Clay

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Bon Homme

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DAKOTA.

Repub. Conserv.

Brookings. Burleigh.

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Holbrook's majority, 718.

3641

These figures show a great decrease in the
Democratic majority since 1864,

LEGISLATURE, 1866. Council.House.Joint Bal.
Republicans
Democrats..

8

7

Democratic majority 4

MONTANA.

3..

6

17..........24

14

4.

Total.....1009 518

168.. 707 876 260

1,695; Bashford over Poston, 491; over all $23. In 1865, total vote for Delegate to Congress, 1,343, Goodwin over Allyn 331; over Poston, 447; over both, 71.

In 1866, total vote for Delegate to Congress,

LEGISLATURE, 1866.- No party lines were drawn at the election for members of the Ter18 ritorial Legislature, except in one county in which the Democrats were successful. According to the new apportionment, the Council consists of 9 members, (1 for Mohave, 3 for Pima, 1 for Pah-Ute, 3 for Yavapai, 1 for Yuma) and the House of 18 members (1 for Mohave, 8 for Pima, 1 for Pah-Ute, 5 for Yavapai, and 8 for Yuma). The apportionment is made on the basis of 614 persons to 1 member of the Council, and 307 persons for 1 member of the House.

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LEGISLATURE, 1866. Council.House.Joint Bal.
Republicans..
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(* Democratic majority.)-In 1864, whole vote, 4,034,789; Lincoln's majority, 411,281. In 1860, whole vote, 4,680,193; Lincoln over Douglas, 491,275 over Breckinridge, 1,018,500, over Bell, 1,275,821; all others over Lincoln, 947,289. In 1856, whole vote 4,019,918, Buchanan over Fre mont, 496,065; over Fillmore, 963,604. Fremont and Fillmore over Buchanan, 378,560.

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Spain.

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States of Church..

4,502

690,000 Pius IX.

Sweden & Norw'y.

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7,568

1,748,328 Charles I...

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455

33,000

700,000 Gen. Geffrard.. President.. 850,000 Jose Medina.. President.. 883,000 8,218,080 Benito Juarez.. President. Maximilian I... Emperor 39,000 400,000 Tomas Martinez.. President.. 84,000 1,337,431 Franc.Sol.Lopez. President. 870,000 2,500,000 Gen. Prado.... President.. 22,000 200,000 Pedro A.Pimentel President.. 7,500 600,000 Franc. Duenas... President.. 75,000 240,965 Venancio Flores. President... 1,565,000 Gen. Falcon.. President..

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292,708 William
1,608,095 Christian IX.

213,241 37,472,732 Napoleon III.
132,190 29,591,009 Victoria

552,612 Fred. Francis..

99,060 Fred. William 301,812 Peter

135,662 28,590,543 William I..

43,924 Henry XXII... 86,472 Henry LXVII 80,255,430 Alexander II..

1864 Republic.

1866 Republic.

1795 Lim. monarchy.
1848 Const'l monarchy.

Grand Puke.. 1852 Lim.sov., 2 chamb's.
King
1864 Lim. mon., 2 chamb.
King
1865 Lim. mon., 2 chamb.
Burgomaster. 1863 Free city.
Duke..

King
Burgomaster.
Grand Duke.
King

1831 Lim. sov., 1 chamb. 1863 Lim. mon., 2 chamb. 1852 Con. mon., 2 chamb. 1897 Lim. mon., 2 houses. 1863 Limited inorarchy. 1865 Free city.

1849 Lim. sov., 2 chamb.
1849 Lim. mon., 2 chamb.
1861 Lin.mon.,2 chamb.
1851 Lim.mon.,1 chamb.
1860 Lim.mon.,1 chamb.
1858 Const'l monarchy.

Burgomaster. 1863 Free city.
Grand Duke.. 1842 Lim. sov., 1 chamb.
Grand Duke.. 1860 Lim. sov., 1 chamb.
Grand Duke.. 1853 Lim. sov., 2 chamb.

1861 Lim.mon.,2 chamb.
1859 Lim. sov.,1 chamb.
1854 Lim. Bov., 1 chamb.
1855 Absol. monarchy.
(Republic, senate,
and exec.council.
1854 Lim.mon.,2 chamb.
1853 Lin. sov.,1 chamb.
1844 Lim, sov., 1 chamb.
1863 Lim. sov.,1 chamb.
1853 Lim. sov., 1 chamb.
1814 Lim. sov.,1 chamb.
1835 Lim, sov., 1 chamb.
1833 Lim.mon.,2 chamb.
1846 Absol. sovereignty.
1859 Lim.mon.w.legis'e

15,161 2,510,494 Const. Fornerod. Pres. Fed. Co. 1867 Republic. 1,895,191 37,430,000 Abdul Azis.

59,143 George Victor.... Prince

1861 Absol. monarchy. 1864 Lim.mon..2 chamb. 1852 Lim, sov., 1 chamb.

In 1866, the Kingdom of Hanover, the Electorate of Hesse-Cassel, the Duchies of SchleswigHolstein and Nassau, the Free City of Frankfort, and portions of Bavaria and Hesse-Darmstadt, together with a population of 4,285,700, were annexed to Prussia.

+ The States marked t belong to the North German Confederation, which embraces an aggregate population of 29,220,862. Of Hesse-Darmstadt only one province belongs to the Confederation.

1859 Republic.

1861 Republic.

1864 Absol. monarchy.

1863 Republic.

1862 Republic.

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ACTS OF CONGRESS. Albany a Port of Entry Amnesty and Pardon.. Appeals, Time defined Army Appropriations.. Army, Brevets in.. Bankruptcy Law

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Field, Cyrus W., Thanks to..27 Mississippi.
Kentucky Militia
Medals to Soldiers.

27 Missouri.. .26 Montana..

National Banking Associa- Nebraska..

tion

Ocean Mails from San Fran New Hampshire
cisco to Portland, Oregon..27 New Jersey.

.26 Paris Exposition..

19 Payments to certain Officers

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Prohibited

.25 Pensions of Widows of Rey-
.25 olutionary Soldiers..

.25 Post-office Site in New York.27 Pennsylvania

Post-office and Sub-Treasury
.26 Site in Boston

.21 Public Documents, Exchange
of
Relief for Southern People, a
Vessel sent.

Causes, Removal of from
State Courts
Cemeteries, National,
Clerks of House, duties of...21
Colored Volunteers
Compound Interest Notes...26
Convicts, Sentences miti-
gated

Copyrights

Cotton Tax..

Court of Claims

Currency and Public Securities

Drafted Men

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Ship Canal across Isthmus of
Darien..

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25 Statue of..

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PROCLAMATIONS.

Amnesty Universal.

27 Texas..
Utah..
27 Virginia

Vermont

27 Washington.
West Virginia.

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.19 Civil Courts, Supremacy of..28 22 Japan, Neutrality as to Civil Education, Department of...24 Warin.. Franchise in Dist. Columbia.19 Nebraska, Admission of......28 Franchise in Territories .....19 Senate, Extra Session called.28 Freedman's Bureau, Funds Tonnage on French Vessels..27 26 Tonnage on Hawaiian Vessels

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Popular Vote for President, by States, in 1864, 1860 and 1856 .70

FOREIGN COUNTRIES. .28 The States of America and Europe Names and Titles of Rulers and their Accession. Form of Government.72

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