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3 *Leonard Myers... 4 *William D. Kelley. John R. Reading.

6 John D. Stiles.....

Allentown.

7 Washington Townsend. Westchester. 8 J. Lawrence Getz... .Reading. 9 Oliver J. Dickey. ..Lancaster.

10 *Henry L. Cake...

.Tamaqua.

II *Daniel M. Van Auken..Milford. 12 *George W. Woodward..Wilkesbarre. 13 Ulysses Mercur... Towanda. 14 John B. Packer Sunbury.

15 Richard J. Haldeman ..Harrisburg. 16 John Cessna.. .Bedford.

17 *Daniel J. Morrell ....Johnstown. 18 William H. Armstrong. Williamsport 19 Glenni W. Scofield.. Warren. .Franklin.

20 Calvin W. Gilfillan..

.Lockport.

Pittsburg. .Kittanning.

21

John Covode..

22

James S. Negley.

23 Darwin Phelps..

24 Joseph B. Donley.. ....Waynesburg.

RHODE ISLAND.

1 *Thomas A. Jenckes....Providence.

2 *Nathan F. Dixon..... Westerly.

SOUTH CAROLINA.

I (Vacancy.) 2 *C. C. Bowen..

3 Solomon L. Hoge. 4 (Vacancy.)

.Philadelphia.

64

[blocks in formation]

. Charleston. ..Columbia.

VERMONT.

Knoxville. Alexandria. .Shelbyville. .Nashville. .Columbia. .Huntingdon. .Memphis.

1 Richard S. Ayer..

2 James H. Platt..

3

1 Charles W. Willard.....Montpelier.

2 *Luke P. Poland.

..St. Johnsbury. 3 *Worthington C. Smith..St. Albans.

VIRGINIA.

Warsaw. .Petersburg.

Charles H. Porter.. Richmond. GEORGE W. BOOKER....Martinsville.

4

5 ROBERT RIDGWAY.. ..Cool Well.

6

WM. MILNES, Jr. Shenandoah Iron Works.LEWIS MCKENZIE.. Alexandria. JAMES K. GIBSON.. .Abingdon.

JOSEPH SEGAR-at large (Not admitted.)
WEST VIRGINIA.

I Isaac H. Duval ...

Wellsburg.

2 James C. McGrew. ....Kingwood.

3 John S. Witcher.

Guyandotte.

WISCONSIN.

1 *Halbert E. Paine..

.Milwaukee.

2 (b) David Atwood.. .Madison. 3 *Amasa Cobb...

.Mineral Point.

4* Charles A. Eldridge....Fond du Lac. *Philetus Sawyer... Oshkosh. *Cadwalader C.Washburn. La Crosse.

DELEGATES FROM TERRITORIES. ARIZONA.-Richard C. McCormick, Tucson. COLORADO.-Allen A. Bradford, Pueblo. DAKOTA.-S. L. Spink, Yancton. IDAHO.-J. K. Shafer, Idaho City. MONTANA. James M. Cavanaugh, Helena. NEW MEXICO.-J. Francisco Chaves, Santa Fe. UTAH.-William II. Hooper, Salt Lake City. WASHINGTON.-Selucius Garfielde, Olympia. WYOMING.-S. F. Nuckolls, Cheyenne.

(b) Elected without opposition, to fill a vacancy.

Of the Senate.
Foreign Relations.
Charles Sumner.
Simon Cameron.
James Harlan.
Oliver P. Morton.
Jas. W.Patterson.
Carl Schurz.
Eugene Casserly.
Finance.
John Sherman, Ch'n.
Appropriations.
Lot M. Morrill, Ch'n.
Commerce.
Zachariah Chandler,
Henry W. Corbett.
William P. Kellogg.
George E. Spencer.
Roscoe Conkling.
Wm. A. Buckingham.
George Vickers.

Manufactures.
Oliver P. Morton.
Richard Yates.
Thos. J. Robertson.
Arthur I. Boreman.
Alexander McDonald.
Agriculture.
Simon Cameron.
Thos. J. Robertson.
Thos. V. Tipton.
Abijah Gilbert.
Thos. C. McCreery.

Military Affairs.
Henry Wilson, Ch'n.
Naval Affairs
Aaron H. Cragin, Ch'n
Judiciary.
Lyman Trumbull, Ch'n
Post Offices and Roads.
Alexander Ramsey.
Samuel C. Pomeroy.
Alexander McDonald.
Hannibal Hamlin,
Cornelius Cole.
Abijah Gilbert.
Allen G. Thurman.
Public Lands.
Samuel C. Pomeroy.
George H. Williams
Thomas W. Tipton.
Thomas W. Osborn.
Willard Warner.
William Sprague.
Eugene Casserly.
Private Land Ciaims.
Geo. H. Williams, Ch.
Indian Affairs.
James Harlan, Ch'n.
Pensions.

SENATE AND HOUSE COMMITTEES.-XLIst Congress.

Territories.

Washington Townsend. Godlove S. Orth.
Thomas Fitch.
Norman B. Judd.
John B. Hawley.
Morton S. Wilkinson.
James Winans. Porter Sheldon.
William Smyth.
Charles W. Willard.
Eugene Wilson.
Jacob A. Ambler.
James R. McCormick. Fernando Wood.
Post Office and Roads. Thomas Swann.
John F. Farnsworth. Leonard Myers.
Thomas W. Ferry.
John Hill.
Ginery Twichell.
Sempronius H. Boyd.
James N. Tyner.
Thomas Fitch.
Joseph S. Smith.
George M. Adams.
Manufactures.
Daniel J. Morrell.
Oakes Ames.
Philetus Sawyer.
Worthington C. Smith.
Stephen Sanford.
William H. Upson.
Samuel P. Morrill.
Orestes A. Cleveland.
John M. Rice.
Agriculture.
John T. Wilson.
William Loughridge.
John Fisher.
William J. Smith.
David P. Dyer.
Jacob Benton.
John M. Crebs.
Samuel B. Axtell.
Henry A. Reeves.

Indian Affairs.
Sidney Clarke, Ch'n.
Robert T. Van Horn.
John P. C. Shanks.
John Taffe.
Alexander H. Bailey.
John T. Deweese.
William H. Armstrong.
William Mungen.
Lawrence S. Trimble.

Military Affairs.
John A. Logan.
Amasa Cobb.
James S. Negley.
Jasper Packard.
William L. Stoughton.
John S. Witcher.
Joel F. Asper.
George W. Morgan.
Henry W. Slocum.
Solomon L. Hoge.

Aaron H. Cragin,
Alex. McDonald.
Carl Schurz.
Jacob M. Howard.
Arthur I. Boreman.
Thos. C. McCreery.

Pacific Railroad.
Jacob M. Howard.
John Sherman.
Alexander Ramsey.
Wm. M. Stewart.
Henry Wilson.
James Harlan.
Charles D. Drake.
Benjamin F. Rice.
Joseph C. Abbott.
Reuben E. Fenton.
John Scott.

Mines and Mining.
Wm. M. Stewart, Ch'n.

Education.

Charles D. Drake, Ch'n
Political Disabilities.
Thos. J. Robertson.
Thos. M. Osborn.
Hannibal Hamlin.
Timothy O. Howe.
Orris S. Ferry.
Arthur I. Boreman.
George Vickers.

Of the House.
Ways and Means.
Robt. C. Schenck, Ch'n.
Samuel Hooper.
William B. Allison.
Horace Maynard.
William D. Kelley.
James Brooks.
Austin Blair.
Dennis McCarthy.
Samuel S. Marshall,

Elections.
Robert E. Paine, Ch'n.
Appropriations,
Henry L. Dawes, Ch'n.
Banking & Currency.
Jas. A. Garfield, Ch'n.

Pacific Railroad.
William A. Wheeler.
John A. Logan.
Daniel J. Morrell.
Robert T. Van Horn.
Benjamin F. Hopkins,
James Baffinton.
John Lynch.
Frank W. Palmer.
Logan H. Roots.
Philad. Van Trump.
Daniel W. Voorhees.
George F. Edmunds. Samuel B. Axtell.
Thomas W.Tipton. Eugene Wilson.
George E. Spencer. William H. Barnum.
Daniel D. Pratt.
Alfred E. Buck.
Wm. G. Brownlow.
Claims.
Carl Schurz.
Wm. B. Washburn, Ch. John Coburn, Ch'n.
Thomas C. McCreery.
Commerce.
Private Land Claims.
Revolutionary Claims. Nathan F. Dixon. Godlove S. Orth, Ch'n.
Richard Yates, Ch'n. Charles O'Neill.
Naval Affairs.
Claims.
Ebon C. Ingersoll. Glenni W. Scofield.
Timothy O. Howe, Ch'n Philetus Sawyer. Thomas W. Ferry.
Patents & Patent Office.
Aaron F, Stevens.
Waitman T. Willey.
John H. Ketcham.
Orris S. Ferry.
George W. McCrary.
Matt. H. Carpenter.
Engene Hale.
1 aniel S. Norton.
Stephenson Archer.
William T. Hamilton.
Charles Haight.
Henry H.Starkweather.
Charles Hays.

Public Buildings.
Justin S. Morrill, Ch'n'
Territories.
James W. Nye.

Gus. A. Finkelnburg.
David S. Bennett.
Omar D. Conger.
William S. Holman,
Clarkson N. Potter.
Henry H.Starkweather.
Lionel A. Sheldon.

Public Lands.
George W. Julian, Ch'n
John H. Ketchum.

Militia.
John P. C. Shanks, Ch'n
Judiciary.
John A. Bingham, Ch'n
Revolutionary Claims.
Semp. H. Boyd, Ch'n.
Public Expenditures.

Foreign Affairs.
Nathaniel P. Banks.

Shelby M. Cullom, Ch'n
Revolutionary Pension.
John T. Deweese, Ch'n

Invalid Pensions,
John F. Benjamin, Ch'n
Railways and Canals.
Ebon C. Ingersoll, Ch'n
Mines and Mining.
Orange Ferriss.
Aaron A. Sargent.
Isaac R. Hawkins.
Randolph Strickland.
Charles Pomeroy.
Isaac H. Duvall.
Logan H. Roots.
Edward F. Dickinson.
Benjamin T. Biggs.
Freedman's Affairs.
Oliver H. Dockery.
John P. C. Shanks.
Alexander H. Bailey.
C. C. Bowen.
Lewis Tillman.
John B. Hawley.
James C. McGrew.
George W. Greene.
Education and Labor.
Samuel M. Arnell, Ch'n
Coinage, Weights, and
Measures.

David Heaton, Ch'n.
Patents.

Thos. A. Jenckes, Ch'n

Public Buildings.
Benj. F. Hopkins, Ch'n.
SELECT COMMITTEES.
Reconstruction.
Benjamin F. Butler.
John F. Farnsworth.
Fernando C. Beaman.
Halbert E. Paine.
Hamilton Ward.
George W. Julian.
William H. Upson.
B. Frank Whittemore.
William Lawrence.
James B. Beck.
Fernando Wood.
George W. Woodward.
George W. Morgan.

Civil Service. Giles W. Hotchkiss Ch'n Thomas A. Jenckes. William H. Armstrong. Horace Maynard. William E. Niblack.

Ninth Census. William B. Stokes. James A. Garfield. Nathaniel P. Banks. William B. Allison. Addison H. Laflin. Shelby M. Cullom. Morton S. Wilkinson. Richard J. Haldeman. John G. Schumaker. American TunnageCauses of its Reduction John Lynch, Ch'n.

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MAINE.

GOVERNOR, '69. PRES. '68. Rep. Dem. Temp. Rep. Dem. Cham'n Smith Hihb'n Grant Sey'r ...2613 1682 591.. 4427 2060 ...1728 1565 225.. 1706 657 ..5930 4442 481.. 9139 6046 .2026 1493 134.. 2420 1407 .2561 1860 192.. 3520 2433 .4987 3127 769.. 7283 3062 .2103 2528 144.. 2762 2447 .1820 1783 186.. 2589 1940 .3577 2685 222.. 4406 2901 6112 4642 655.. 8831 4109 .1432 956 96.. 1821 969 .1460 805 113.. 2478 993 .3676 2585 170.. 4397 2583 3099 2554 404.. 4114 2424 2838 2276 97.. 3677 2848 .5616 4871 264.. 6856 5517 .51578 39854 4743.. 70426 42396 .53.13 41.06 4.89.. 62.42 37.58 In 1869, whole vote for Governor (including 897 scattering), 97072; Joshua L. Chamberlain over Franklin Smith, 11724; over Smith and N. G. Hichborn (Temperance), 6981. In 1868, whole vote for President, 112822; maj. for Grant, 28030.

Total...
Per cent..

LEGISLATURE, 1870. Senate.House.Joint Bal,
Republicans..
Democrats

Republican maj.

Counties.

ELECTION RETURNS

BY STATES, CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS, COUNTIES, AND TOWNS.

Androscoggin.
Aroostook.
Cumberland.
Franklin.

Hancock..
Kennebec...
Knox..

Lincoln

Oxford..

Penobscot
Piscataquis.
Sagadahoc.
Somerset..
Waldo.
Washington
York

Counties.

Barnstable
Berkshire..
Bristol..

Dukes.

Essex

.28

3 25

121..........149

MASSACHUSETTS.

30.
91

GOV'NOR, '69. GOV'NOR, '68.
Rep. Dem. Labor. Rep. Dem.
Claflin Adams Chamb. Claflin Adams
1313 479
3358 623
3582 3256 176.. 5463 3831
6390 2936 573..
387 61

9943 2881

.29
.10
I

432
19281

26.. 4533
599..
2..

6577

33 116

5192 23894

113

8114

980

160..
58..

22.
80

.18

98

Republican maj.
The most important question before the peo-
ple at this election was that of licensing or
prohibiting the sale of spirituous liquors as a
beverage, and the Legislature elected is under-
stood to favor the sale of liquors under proper
restrictions. The Senate is understood to favor

9925 5934 3607..
2367 1130
3222 2715
3205 1398

3921

Franklin..
Hampden..
Hampshire.
Middlesex
Nantucket.
Norfolk.
Plymouth.. 4206 2359 1425.. 7603 3000
Suffolk.
8721 11301 549.. 16674 13660
Worcester.... 10651 5121 2766.. 19028 6648

.14645 10299 2072..
354 43

1073
13189
470 47
5186

5138 3669 1772.. 9673

Total...
Per cent..

Addison

.74106 50701 13567.. 132121 63266 Counties.
53.52 36.61 9.80.. 67.62 32.38
In 1869, whole vote for Governor (including
102 scattering), 138476; William Claflin over
John Q. Adams, 23405; over Adams and E. M.
Chamberlain (Labor Reform), 9838. In 1868,
whole vote for Governor, 195387. Maj. for Claf-
lin, 68855. Whole vote for President, 195911,
Maj. for Grant, 77059.

OTHER STATE OFFICERS ELECTED IN 1869.
Republicans.
Democrats.

06

46

66

Lieut-Gov. Joseph Tucker over S. O. Lamb.
Sec. State. Oliver Warren J. K. Tarbor.
Treasurer. Jacob H. Loud L. Haywood.
Atty.-Gen. Charles Allen J. G. Abbott.
Auditor. Chas. Endicott " P. Allen.
LEGISLATURE, 1870. Senate.House.Joint Bal.
Republicans...
Democrats..
Labor Reform..

.189
..68

.23

stringent license or moderate prohibition, whatever that may be, while the House is favorable to a carefully guarded license system. The election for Congressman in the VIIth District, to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of the Hon. George S. Boutwell, rcsulted in the choice of George M. Brooks, Republican, who received 8809 votes to 4284 for Leverett Saltonstall, Democrat.

NEW HAMPSHIRE.

GOV'NOR,'69. CONG.'69. PRES.'68.
Rep. Dem. Rep. Dem. Rep. Dem.
Stearns Bedel Ela Hibbard Grant sey.
Belknap......1907 2016.. 1909 2016.. 1986 1978
Carroll.... ...1921 2240.. 1920 2241.. 1947 2163
Rockingham..5862 4865.. 5905 4848.. 6186 4819
Strafford.. .3394 2288.. 3404 2271.. 3650 2353
Total... 13084 11409..13138 11376..13769 11313
Onslow Stearns over John Bedel, 1675; J.H.
Ela over E. A. Hibbard, 1762; Grant's maj.2456.
Stearns Bedel Stevens Harr. Grant Sey.
Hillsborough.6586 5378.. 6650 5329.. 7265 5421
Merrimac.....4809 4510.. 4863 4537.. 4770 4317
Total.. ..11395 9888..11513 9866..12035 9738
Stearns over Bedel, 1507; Aaron F. Stevens
over Edward W. Harrington, 1647; Grant's
maj. 2297.
11.
Cheshire..
Coos..

II.

Districts.
I.

Stearns Bedel Benton Parker Grant Sey.

.3422 2317.. 3407 2310.. 3825 2350
..1337 1632.. 1189 1664.. 1382 1542
Grafton.......4280 4808.. 4380 4780.. 4701 4396
Sullivan.. .2259 1950.. 2278 1937.. 2479 1885
Total.. ..11298 10707..11254 10691..12387 10173
Stearns over Bedel, 591; Jacob Benton over
Grand total..35777 32004..35905 31933..38191 31224
Hosea W. Parker, 563; Grant's maj. 2214.
Per cent.........52.78 47.22..52.28 47.72.. 55.01 44.99

In 1869, whole vote for Governor, 67781; Onslow Stearns over John Bedel, 3773; for Congress, 67838; Republican maj. 3972. In 1868, for President, 69415; Grant's maj. 6967.

LEGISLATURE, 1869. Senate.House.Joint Bal.
Republicans..
Democrats....

Republican maj..

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VERMONT.

GOV'NOR, '69.GOV'NOR,'68.PRES.'68.
Rep. Dem. Rep. Dem. Rep. Dem.
Washburn Heaton Page Edw'ds Grant Sey'r
.2369 290.. 3600 542.. 3680
Bennington...2461 997.. 2489 1085.. 2592
Caledonia....2137 1014.. 2987
Chittenden...2852 1280.. 3398
650 236.. 748
Franklin......2065 830.. 2908
Grand Isle... 431 190.. 404
Lamoille ...1343 451.. 1786
Orange.......2760 1431.. 3258
Orleans.
2036 592.. 2680
Rutland......3707
944.. 4865
Washington..2768 1444.. 3590
Windham ....2548 737.. 4183
Windsor......3707 1019.. 5719

405 885 1438.. 3078 1069 1550.. 3494 1208 384.. 761 283 1235.. 2869 1039

Essex

224.. 155 489.. 1881 1377 458 1771.. 3226 1246 867.. 2840 615 1443.. 5241 1169 1678.. 3799 1386 1147.. 4311 1436.. 6030_1192 Total.. .31834 11455..42615 15289..44173 12051 .73.54 26.46.. 73.60 26.40.. 78.57 21.43

941

Per cent..

In 1869, whole vote for Governor, 43289; Peter T. Washburn over Homer W. Heaton, 20379; in 1868, whole vote, 57904; John B. Page over John L. Edwards, 27325. Whole vote for President, 56224, majority for Grant, 32122.

LEGISLATURE, 1869. Senate. House.Joint Bal.
Republicans
Deinocrats..

.30
O
.30

Republican maj..

187.

211..........241 24......... 24 217

CONNECTICUT.

GOV'NOR,'69. CONG.'69. PRES.'68. Rep. Dem. Rep. Dem. Rep. Dem. Jewell English Strong Dixon Grant Sey'r Hartford..... 9088 9167.. 9127 9099.. 9931 9923 Tolland...... 2459 1839.. 2490 1782.. 2622

2009

Districts.
I.

Total .....11547 11006..11617 10881..12553 11932
Maj. for Jewell, 541; for Julius L. Strong, 736;
for Grant, 621.
Jewell English Kell'g Bab'k Grant Sey'r
II.
Middlesex .... 3094 2793.. 3170 2684.. 3474 2972
New Haven.. 96c6 11386.. 9932 9994..10722 12192
Total .12700 14179..13102 12678..14156 15164
Maj. for English, 1479; for Stephen W. Kel-
logg, 424; for Seymour, 968.
III.
Jewell English Stark'rConv. Grant Sey'r
New London. 5664 4710.. 5677 4663.. 6336 5299
Windham.... 3528 2167.. 3535 2150.. 4168 2336
Total
9192 6877.. 9212 6813..10504 7635
Maj. for Jewell, 2315; for Henry II. Stark-
weather, 2399; for Grant, 2869.
Jewell English Beard Barn'mGrant Sey'r
Fairfield..... 7569 7961.. 7630 7835.. 8613 8235
Litchfield.... 4485 5059.. 4285 5240.. 5130 4985
Total .....12054 13020..11915 13075..13743 13220
Maj. for English, 966; for William H. Barnum,
1160; for Grant, 523.
Grand total..45493 45082..45846 43447..50996 47951
Per cent........50.23 49.77.. 51.84 48.66..51.55 48.45

IV.

In 1869, whole vote for Governor, 90575; Mar-
shall Jewell over James E. English, 411. Whole
vote for Congress, 89293; Rep. majority, 2399.
In 1868, President, 98947; maj. for Grant, 3045,
VOTE FOR OTHER STATE OFFICERS.
Republican.
Democrat.
Lt. Gov...F. Wayland, 45724; E. H. Hyde, 44407
Sec.State.H.Appelman,45723; L. E. Pease, 44899
Treas....D.P.Nichols, 45729; E.S.Moseley, 43093
Contr...J.W.Mann'g, 45726; Jesse Olney, 43083
LEGISLATURE, 1869. Senate. House. Joint Bal.
Republicans...
Democrats

.13

134....

.147
111

103....

36

Towns.

437 205 Brookfield.... 103 Darien... 160 Danbury ..... Eco Easton........ 125 Greenwich... 436 Huntington 153 Monroe....... 126 New Canaan.. 258 New Fairfield 62 Newtown..... 229 Norwalk...... 944 Redding. 179 Ridgefield. 219 Stamford

682

Sherman.
Stratford
Trumbull.

Weston
Westport
Wilton

Total

....

76 275 125 64

198

212

475 Glastenbury.. 338
165 Granby
..... 213
149 Hartland ..... 71
109 Manchester... 369
775 Marlborough. 51
150 New Britain.. 792
565 Rocky Hill... 83
109
165 Simsbury ... 148 182
170 Southington.. 370 425
233 So. Windsor.. 154 186
112 Suffield
306 Counties.
:.. 355
444 W. Hartford.. 162
774 Wethersfield.. 253 206
162 Windsor...... 212
271
197 Win's'r Locks 121
616
Total. .9088 9167
ICб
LITCHFIELD CO.
237 Litchfield...
278
162 Barkhamsted. 172
152 Bethlem..

100

79

300 Bridgewater.. 42 174 Canaan.. 134 7569 7961 Colebrook. HARTFORD Co. Cornwall. Hartford......2766 3275 Goshen 108 75 Harwinton 255 202 Kent... 184 Morris

22 66 198 136 173 204

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133
145
67

Avon
Berlin
128
Bloomfield... 112
103
Bristol.. 380 399 New Hartford 293 226
Burlington... 69 165 New Milford.. 327
Canton
276 204 North Canaan 119 198
East Hartford 330 268 Norfolk.
East Windsor 242 191 Plymouth

4c8

152 109 446

1132

Jewell Eng., NEW LONDON CO.
91 140
Jewell Eng.
*18 394 New London. 798 624
Torrington... 323
163 332 Norwich
..1404
242 Bozrah
107 64
Warren
72
265 238
Washington.. 152
128 142
Watertown. . 227
Winchester. . 417
Woodbury.... 243
Total .........
..4485

75 Colchester..
194 East Lyme.
117 Franklin..
326 Griswold
206 Groton

74 ÇI

5059

Roxbury.
Salisbury..
Sharon...

MIDDLESEX CO.
Middletown.. (85.
Haddam 199

192

138

Chatham
Chester.
Clinton
Cromwell.. 132
Durham
133

195

East Haddam. 312

245

Essex
Middlefield... 119
Killingworth. 75
Old Saybrook. 138
Portland..
234
Saybrook..... 166
Westbrook
... 131
Total .........3094 2793 Coventry.
Ellington.
Hebron

NEW HAVEN CO.
New Haven...3363 5020 Mansfield..
Bethany
151 Somers
Branford.
310 Stafford..
Cheshire..
227 Union..
Derby.
590 Vernon

653

2251 268

Willington

East Haven... 278
Guilford
Hamden
Madison..

324

220

242

5

31....

85

FAIRFIELD CO.

Republican maj..
VOTE FOR GOVERNOR BY TOWNS, 1869.
Jewell Eng.
Rep. Dem. East Granby.. 67 129
Jewell Eng. Enfield.
391 258
Bridgeport...1501 1569 Farmington.. 400 291
Fairfield..
Bethel

77
302 Total
.2459 1839
229 WINDHAM CO.
Meriden ..1061 759 Brooklyn..... 177 97
Middlebury. ... 85
47 Ashford.. 149 165
Milford.
322
391 Canterbury... 133 175
Naugatuck... 181
292 Chaplin.
83 93
N'th Branford 122
84 Eastford..
.. 129
81
North Haven. 183
145 Hampton
III
Orange ....... 241 164 Killingly
Oxford.
118
162 Plainfield.
Prospect... 62
49 Pomfret,
Seymour. ... 192 230 Putnam..
Southbury.... 133
170 Scotland.
Wallingford.. 285 366 Sterling.. 113 81
Waterbury ... 940 1082 Thompson.... 337
Wolcott
49
68 Voluntown... 119
Woodbridge.. 104 55 Windham..... 423
Woodstock... 379
.9606 11386
Total
671
* Repubs. did not vote. Total

123

60

358
152
97

212
72

344
173

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Bristol..
Kent

75 177

196

Newport......
179
Providence...3891
Washington..1239

237

463

Lebanon.
Ledyard
Lisbon
873 Lyme...
270 Montville....
162 N. Stonington 253

152

96 Old Lyme..
107 Preston.....
159 Salem..
129 Sprague.

GI

73

103

157

394

224 Stonington... 509
132 Waterford.
163 205
149 Total
5664 4710
58
TOLLAND CO.
101 Tolland....... 157
167 Andover..
89 Bolton

147 64 66 71

50 77 Columbia..... 74

107

137

144

148 132

246 180

161

143

350

58

227

259.. 951 196.. 1228 1871.. 5882 767.. 1355

255

145

50 154 212 136 174

IOI 122

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215

169

375

94

566

... 140

133

326

136

495

315

163

316

86

139

72

133 98 245 134 .3528 2167

RHODE ISLAND.
GOV'NOR,'69. Gov'NOR,'68. PRES.'68.
Rep. Dem. Rep. Dem. Rep. Dem.
Padelford Pierce Burn. Pierce Grant Bey.
693 297.. 622

292

223

82

340.. 771 341 458.. 1162 576 370.. 1532 597 3717.. 7850 4254 846.. 1678 780

Democrats.

Total.
Per cent....

..7370 3390..10038 5731..12993 6548 .68.46 31.54..63.66 36.34..66.49 33.51 In 1869, whole vote for Governor, 10760; Seth Padelford over Lyman Pierce, 3980; maj. for Ambrose E. Burnside in 1868, 4307; do. for Grant, 6445.

OTHER STATE OFFICERS.
Republicans.
Lieut.-Gov. P. W. Stevens..7523; Allen...3257
Sec. State. J. R. Bartlett..7373; Miller...3174
Atty. Gen. W. Sayles.......7327; Bliss....3334
Treasurer. S. A. Parker...7359; Rider...3447
LEGISLATURE, 1869. Senate.House.Joint Bal.
Republicans.
.88
Democrats..
297 Republican maj..........21

27

61.......

II............17 50...........17

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