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*Election contested; succeeded Cook on above date.

+ Re-elected in 1873. Abraham Lansing, of Albany, was appointed Acting State Treasurer June 1, 1874, Raines having been suspended on account of illness. Lansing served until September 15, 1874.

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MEMBERS OF THE ASSEMBLY

Appoftioned to each of the Several Counties of the State under the Constitution of 1894.

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1901, February 3

Albany.

1892, February 10
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1902, February 27 Syracuse.

Population of New York: 1790 to 1900

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NOTES.-1. The population has had a greater numerical increase since 1890 than during any former decade.

2. The population at present is 21 times as large as in 1790. 3. The number of persons to the square mile is 152.6.

4. Of the population in 1900 there were 3,614,780 males, 3,654,114 females, 5,368,469 native-born, 1,900,425 foreign-born, 99,232 negroes, 7,170 Chinese, 5,257 Indians, and 354 Japanese. New York county had the most foreignborn (850,984) and Hamilton county the fewest (462).

5. The people in cities of 8,000 or more were 3,599,877 or 60% in 1890 and 4,980,042 or 68% in 1900. The number in cities of 4,000 or more was 3,805,477 or 63% in 1890 and 5,176,414 or 71% in 1900. The increase in urban population during that decade is 36%.

6. The children of school age number 2,146,764, of whom 257,721 are foreignborn.

7. The voters in the State number 2,184,965, of whom 838,136 are foreignborn. In New York City alone there are 1,007,670 voters.

8. The illiterates in the State number over 130,000, of whom 50,601 are aliens, 38,235 are naturalized, 27,515 are natives, and about 14,000 are unclassified. New York City has the most illiterates (65,556), then come Buffalo (5,168), Rochester (1,327), Syracuse (1,071), Troy (895), and Albany (762).

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