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THE TRIBUNE, NEW YORK.
ULYSSES S. GRANT, of Illinois, President of the United States...
HAMILTON FISH, of New York, Secretary of State...
GEORGE S. BOUTWELL, of Massachusetts, Secretary of the Treasury.
UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT,
December 25, 1871.
SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES.
SALMON P. CHASE, of Ohio, Chief Justice..
NATHAN CLIFFORD, of Maine,
MINISTERS TO FOREIGN COUNTRIES.
ENVOYS EXTRAORDINARY AND MINISTERS PLENIPOTENTIARY.
John Jay, N. Y......
.St. Petersburg....Andrew G. Curtin, Penn..
Argentine Republic.....Buenos Ayres..
Sweden and Norway..
J. R. Jones, Ill..
Leopold Markbreit, Ohio.
Constantinople...George H. Boker, Penn..
John L. Stevens, Me.
MINISTERS RESIDENT AND CONSULS GENERAL.
Port-au-Prince ...E. D. Bassett, Pa..
Salary.Appointed. $12,000....1868 12,000....1871 10,000....1869 12,000....1869 17,500....1869
12,000....1869 10,000....1871 17,500....1867 12,000....1869 12,000....1869
1873 Benjamin F. Rice........Little Rock. 1877 *Powell Clayton.........Little Rock.
GEORGE C. GORHAM, of California, Secretary.
[First Session began March 4, and closed April 20, 1871. Second Session began on Monday, December 4, 1871.]
The Senate is composed of Republicans (in Roman), 57; Democrats (in Italics), 17; making a full Senate which consists of 74 members. The figures before the name indicates the year in which (on the 4th of March) the term of the Senator expires. Those marked with a star (*) were not members of the Senate during the XLIst Congress. Not yet admitted to seats.
1873 Orris S. Ferry.. Norwalk. 1875 Will'm A. Buckingham. Norwich.
1873 Cornelius Cole...
1875 Thomas F. Bayard......Wilmington. 1877 *Eli Saulsbury. Dover.
18-3 Thomas W. Osborn......Tallahassee. 1875 Abijah Gilbert... .St. Augustine.
1873 Joshua Hill..
1873 Oliver P. Morton. Indianapolis. 1875 Daniel D. Pratt... ..Logansport.
SCHUYLER COLFAX, of Indiana, President.
MICHIGAN. 1875 Zachariah Chandler.....Detroit. 1877 *Thomas W. Ferry...... Grand Haven.
1875 Adelbert Ames..
1873 Simon Cameron.........Harrisburg.
1875 William Sprague........Providence.
1873 Frederick A. Sawyer... Charleston.
1875 William G. Brownlow...Knoxville.
1875 J. W. Flanagan.
1873 Justin S. Morrill......... .Strafford.
1875 John F. Lewis..
1875 Arthur I. Boreman......Parkersburg. 1877 *Henry G. Davis........Piedmont.
1873 Timothy O. Howe... ..Green Bay. 1875 Matthew H. Carpenter..Milwaukee.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
JAMES G. BLAINE, of Augusta, Maine, Speaker.
EDWARD MCPHERSON, of Gettysburg, Penn., Clerk. [First Session began March 4, 1871. and closed April 20, 1871. Second Session began on the first Monday in December, 1871.]
[Republicans, in Roman, 138; Democrats, in Italics 103; Vacancies, 2; making a full House, 243. Those marked with a star (*) were members of the XLI Congress.]
I Benjamin S. Turner.....Selma.
2 *Charles W. Buckley.
I James M. Hanks..
2 Oliver Snyder
3 John Edwards.
3 William A. Handley
4 *Charles Hays..
*Peter M. Dox..
6 Joseph H. Sloss........
David P. Lowe.
Mayfield. Hartford. ..Glasgow. Hodgensville. .Louisville. .Covington. .Lexington.
7 *James B. Beck.
8 * George M. Adams.. ...Barbourville. *John M. Rice... .Louisa.
2 *Stevenson Archer.
4 John Ritchie..
William M. Merrick....Ellicott City.
I Mark H. Dunnell..
2 John T. Averill..
1 *James Buffinton
2 Оakes Ames..
3 *Ginery Twichell.. ..Brookline.
*Benjamin F. Butler....Lowell.
I *George E. Harris,.
Fall River. .North Easton.
I Henry Waldron...
2 *William L. Stoughton..Sturgis.
Wilder D. Foster. *Omar D. Conger..
Jabez G. Sutherland....Saginaw City.
5 *Samuel S. Burdett.
7 Isaac C. Parker..
.Grand Rapids. .Port Huron.
3 *Henry W. Barry..
4 *George C. McKee
5 *Le Grand W. Perce.....Natchez.
2 *Gustavus A. Finkelnburg
3 *James R. McCormick ..Ironton.
4 Harrison E. Havens
*William D. Kelley.. Alfred C. Harmer. Ephraim L. Acker. *Washington Townsend. Westchester. *J. Lawrence Getz. Reading. 9 *Oliver J. Dickey. .Lancaster. 10 John W. Killinger.....Lebanon. II John B. Storm ...
12 Lazarus D. Shoemaker.. Wilkesbarre. 13 Ulysses Mercur.. .Towanda. 14 *John B. Packer Sunbury. 15*Richard J. Haldeman..Harrisburg. 16 Benjamin F. Meyers....Bedford. 17 R. Milton Speer.
18 Henry Sherwood
19 *Glenni W. Scofield. Samuel Griffith
21 Henry D. Foster 22 *James S. Negley.
23 Ebenezer McJunkin....Butler. William Mc Clelland....Newcastle. RHODE ISLAND.
I Benjamin T. Eames.....Providence. 2 James M. Pendleton.... Westerly.
SOUTH CAROLINA. I *Joseph H. Rainey. 2 Robert C. De Large....Charleston. 3 Robert B. Elliott ....Columbia. *Alexander S. Wallace.. Yorkville.
I *Roderick R. Butler.
2 *Horace Maynard.
3 Abraham E. Garrett...Carthage.
4 John M. Bright.
Huntingdon. Wellsboro'. Warren.
Mercer. Greensburg. Pittsburg.
Edward I. Golladay...Lebanon. Wash'ton C. Whitthorne Columbia. Robert P. Caldwell.....Huntington. William W. Vaughan...Brownsville.
† Seat Contested by D. C Giddings, Dem.
Clarksburg. Kingwood. Union.
Gerry W. Hazelton ..Columbus. 3 J. Allen Barber. ..Lancaster. *Charles A. Eldridge....Fond du Lac. *Philetus Sawyer. ..Oshkosh. 6 Jeremiah M. Rusk......Viroqua.
DELEGATES FROM TERRITORIES. ARIZONA.-*Richard C. McCormick, Tucson. COLORADO.-Jerome B. Chaffee, Central City. DAKOTA.-Moses K. Armstrong, Yankton. DIST. COL.-Norton P. Chipman, Washington. IDAHO.-Samuel A. Merritt, Idaho City. MONTANA.-Wm. H. Clagett, Deer Lodge City. NEW MEXICO.-Jose M. Gallegos, Santa Fe. UTAH.-William H. Hooper, Salt Lake City. WASHINGTON.-*Selucius Garfielde, Olympia. WYOMING.-William T. Jones, Cheyenne."