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1st lieutenant John L'Engle, 3d artil Cadet Seth Eastman, to be brevet 20 lery, to be assistant quarter master, 29th lieutenant, 1st July, 1829. 25. Cadet June, 1829.

Thomas A. Davis, to be brevet 2d lieu2d lieutenant William P. Bainbridge, tenant, 1st July, 1829. 31. Cadet Jo. 4th artillery, to be assistant commissary seph H. Pawling, to be brevet 21 lieuof subsistence, 16th March, 1829. tenant, 1st July, 1829. 38. Cadet George

2d lieutenant Frederick D. Newcomb, R. Sullivan, to be brevet 24 lieutenant, 4th infantry, to be assistant commissary 1st July, 1829. 45. Cadet Edward R. of subsistence, 1st April, 1929.

Williams, to be brevet 2 lieutenaut, Ist Ist lieutenant St Clair Denny, 5th July, 1829. infantry, to be assistant commissary of Second regiment of infantry. subsistence, 20th May, 1829.

32. Cadet Antes Snyder, to be brevet Ist lieutenant E. B. Birdsall, 3d infan

21 lieutenant, 1st July, 1829. 39. Cadet try, to be assistant commissary of subsis.

Edwin R. Long, to be brevet 2d lieuten. tence, 8th June, 1829.

ant, 1st July, 1829. 46. Cadet Richard 1st lieutenant Justin Dimock, 1st artil

B. Screven, to be breyet 2d lieutenant, lery, to be assistant commissary of sub

1st July, 1829. sistence, 23d July, 1829. 2d lieutenant Orsborne Cross, 1st ins

Third regiment of infantry. fantry, to be assistant commissary of sub

21. Cadet Lancaster P. Lupton, to be sistence, 1st August, 1829.

brevet 2d lieutenant, 1st July, 1829. 26.

Cadet Albert G. Blanchard, to be brevet Corps of engineers.

21 licutanant, 1st July, 1929. 33. Cadet 1. Cadet Charles Mason, to be brevet

William H. Warfield, to be brevet 21 2d lieutenant, 1st July, 1829. 2. Cadet

lieutenant, 1st July, 1829. 40. Cadet Robert E. Lee, to be brevet 2d lieuten

Benjamin W. Brice, to be brevet 24 lieuant, 1st July, 1829.

tenant, 1st July, 1829. First regiment of artillery.

Fourth regiment of infantry. 10. Cadet Minor Knowlton, to be bre 3. Cauet Williain H. Harford, to be vet 2d lieutenant, Ist July, 1829. 14.

brevet 21 lieutenant, 1st July, 1829. 23. Cadet John F. Kennedy, to be brevet 2d

Cadet Thomas Swords, to be brevet 2d lieutenant, 1st July, 1829.

lieutenant, 1st July, 1829. 27. Cadet Second regiment of artillery. Chileab S. Howe, to be brevet 2d lieu8. Cadet Jobn Mackay, to be brevet tenant. 1st July, 1829. 34. Cadet James 2d lieutenant, 1st July, 1829. 11. Cadet Clark, to be brevet 21 lieutenant, ist John C. Casey, to be brevet 2d lieuten July, 1829.

41. Cadet Robert W. Burant, 1st July, 1829. 15. Cadet Ormsby neit, to be brevet 2d lieutenant, 1st July, M. K. Mitchell, to be brevet 2d lieuten 1829. ant, 1st July, 1829.

Fifth regiment of infantry.
Third regiment of artillery.

28. Cadet Caleb Sibly, to be brevet 21 4. Cadet Joseph A. Smith, io be bre lieutenant, Ist July, 1829. 35. Cadet vet 2d lieuteuant, 1st July, 1829. 6. Ca Jaines Allen, to be brevet 21 lieutenant, det Catharnus P. Buckingham, to be 1st July, 1829. 42. Cadet James S. brevet 21 lieutenant, 1st July, 1829. 9. Moore, to be brevet 2d lieutenant, ist Cadet Charles W. Hackley, to be brevet July, 1829. 2d lieutenant, 1st July, 1829. 12. Ca.

Sixth regiment of infantry. det William R. McKee, to be brevet 22

18. Cadet Williain Hoifinan, io be lieutenant, 1st July, 182:). 16. Cadet

brevet 2d lieutenant, 1st July, 1829. Gustavnis Brown, to be brevet 2u lieu

24. Cadet Albemarle Cady, to be brevet tenant, 1st July, 1829.

211 lieutenant, 1st July, 1829. 29. CaFourth regiment of artillery: det James H. Wright, to be brevet 2d 5. Cadet James Barnes, to be brevet lieutenant, 1st July, 1829. 36. Cadet 21 lieutenant, 1st July, 1829. 7. Cadet Jonathan Freeman, to be brevet 24 lieu, Joseph B. Smith, to be brevet 2d lieu tenant, 1st July, 1829. 43. Cadet Charles tenant, 1st July, 1829. 13. Cadet Jo. May, to be brevet 2u lieutenant, 1st July, seph E. Johnston, to be brevet 2d lieu 1829. tenant, 1st July, 1829. 19. Cadet Charles

Seventh regiment of infantry. Peligru, to be brevet 2d lieutenani, 1st

30. ('adet George A. Sterling, to be July, 1829. 20. Cadet Franklin E. Hunt,

brevetru lieutenant, 1st July, 1829. 37. to be brevet 2d lieutenant, 1st July, 1829, Cadet John P. Davis, 1o be brevet 21

First regiment of infantry. lieutenant, 1st July, 1829. 44. Cadet 17. Cadet Sydney Burbank, to oc bre. Theophilus H. Holmes, to be brevet 2d vet 2d lieutenant, 1st July, 1829. 22. lieutenant, 1st July, 1829.

Washington, 5th June, 1830. captain, 23d April, 1830, vice Pentland, Fourth regiment of artillery. dismissed. Second lieutenant Augustus Canfield, Second lieutenant Joseph S. Worth, to to be 1st lieutenant, Ist March, 1830, be 1st lieutenant, 220 April, 1830, vice vice Despinville, resigned.

Wharton, promoted. Brevet 2d lieutenant James Barnes, to Brevet 2d lieutenant Gustave S. Ros. be 2d lieutenant 1st July, 1829.

seau, to be 2d lieutenant, 1st July, 1828. First regiment of infantry.

Seventh regiment of infantry. Brevet colonel Willoughby Morgan, Brevet 2d lieutenant Benjamin W. lieutenant colonel of the 3d infantry, to Kinsman, to be 2d lieutenant, 1st July, be colonel, 230 April, 1830, vice M'Neil, 1828. resigned.

Corrections in the date of the brevet Second regiment of infantry.

rank of the following officers : Second lieutenant Joseph S. Gallagher, Colonel William Lawrence, of the 5th to be 1st lieutenant, 20 February, 1830, regiment of infantry, to be colonel by vice Pendleton deceased.

brevet, to date from 15th September, 1824, Brevet 20 lieutenant Isaac P. Simon- instead of sth May, 1828. ton, to be 2d lieutenant, 1st July, 1827. Major John B. Walbach, of the 1st reg. Third regiment of infantry.

iment of artillery, brevet lieutenant coloMajor Josiah H. Vose, of the 5th in- nel, to be colonel by brevet, to date from fantry, to be lieutenant colonel

, 230 April

, 1st May, 1825, instead of 25th April, 1828. 1830, vice Morgan promoted.

Captain N. S. Clark, of the 2d regiFifth regiment of infantry.

ment of infantry, major by brevet, to date Brevet major George Bender, captain, October, 1824.

from 25th July, 1824, instead of 1st of to be major, 230 April, 1830, vice Vose,

Captain R. E. De Russy, of the corps promoted. First lieutenant J. B. F. Russell, to be

of engineers, major by brevet, to date captain, 23. April, 1830, vice Bender,

from 11th September, 1824, instead of 9th promoted.

February, 1825. Second lieutenant Louis T. Jamison,

Capt. Henry Whiting, of the 1st regi. to be 1st lieutenant, 230 April, 1830, vice

ment of artillery, major by brevet, to date Russell, promoted.

from 17th March, 1824, instead of 3d Brevet 2d lieutenant Isaac Lynde, to

March, 1827. be 2d lieutenant, 1st July, 1827.

Captain R. A. Zantzinger, of the 20

regiment of artillery, major by brevet, to Sixth regiment of infantry. date from 15th August, 1824, instead of First lieutenant Clifton Wharton, to be 12th December, 1828.

NAVY PROMOTIONS.

MASTERS COMMANDANT.

Wessels, R. H. Glentworth, 11th March, Robert F. Stockton and Isa cKee. 1829; Wm. M. Wood, George B. Mcver, May 27th, 1830.

Knight, Wm. G. Micks, 16th May; John

B. Elliot, 20th May; William Tyler, 234 LIEUTENANTS. Robert G. Robb, Edward M. Vail, May; Amos G. Gambrill, Jones W. Fisk Allen Deas, Samuel W. Stockton, Plummer, 20th June; John V. Smith, John Calhoun, Charles W. Chauncey, 27th June ; George Clymor, Isaac Brink Law Pennington, Thomas T. Craven, erhoff, 1st July; Daniel Eghart, 220 AuAndrew H. Foot, John L. Ball

, William gust; Solomon Sharpe, 15th Sept. 1829; H. Humble, May 27th, 1830.

Caleb W. Cloud, May 31,

1830. SURGEONS. A. P. Beers, John R. Chandler, B. R.

Francis G. McCauley, May 27th, 1829; Tinsler, Dec. 4th, 1830.

Wm. A. Slacum, 8th June, Nathil wil.

son, Oct. 61h, 1829; Philo White, May ASSISTANT SURGEONS. Richard K. H. Simms, William A. W.

11th, 1830. Spotswood, John C. Spencer, Dec. 2d, 1828; Edward H. Freeland, Frederick thy J. Harrison, Oct. 20, 1829.

Wm. Ryland, May 23d, 1829; Timo

PURSERS.

CHAPLAINS.

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TWENTYFIRST CONGRESS.

SENATE.

President of the Senate, John C. CALHOUN, OF South CAROLINA,

From Maine-Peleg Sprague,

Joho Holmes, New Hampshire-Samuel Bell,

Levi Woodbury. Massachusetts-Nathaniel Silsbee,

Daniel Webster, Connecticut-Calvin Willey,

Samuel A. Foot. Rhode Island–Nehemiah R. Knight,

Asher Robbins. Vermont-Dudley Chase,

Horatio Seymour. New York-Nathan Sanford,

E. B. Dudley. New JerseyTheodore Frelinghuysen,

Mahlon Dickerson. Pennsylvania, William Marks,

Isaac D. Barnard. Delaware-John M. Clayton,

Arnold Nandain. Maryland-Ezekiel F. Chambers,

Samuel Smith. Virginia-Littleton W. Tazewell,

John Tyler.

North Carolina, James Iredell,

Bedford Brown. South Carolina-Robert Y. Hayne,

William Smith. Georgia–George M. Troup,

John Forsyth. Kentucky-George M. Bibb,

John Rowan. Tennessee-Hugh L. White,

Felix Grundy.
OhioBenjamin Ruggles,

Jacob Burnett.
Louisiana–Edward Livingston,

Josiah S. Johnson,
Indiana_ William Hendricks,

James Noble. Mississippi-Powhatan Ellis,

Robt. H. Adains, Ilinois-John McLean,

Elias K. Kane. Alabama -- William R. Ling,

Jobo McKinley. Missouri-David Barton,

Thomas H. Benton,

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

Speaker, ANDREW STEVENSON, VIRGINIA.

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Maine. John Anderson, Samuel Butroan, George Evans, Rufus Mclotire, James W. Ripley, Joseph F. Wingate, One vacancy.

New Hampshire. John Broadhead, Thomas Chandler, Joseph Hammons, Jonathan Harvey, Henry Hubbard, John W. Weeks.

Massachusetts. John Bailey, Isaac C. Bates, George Grennell, jr. James L. Hodges, B. W. Crowninshield, Jobn Davis, Henry W. Dwight, Edward Everett, Benjamin Gorham, Joseph G. Kendall, John Reed,

Joseph Richardson,
John Varnum.

Rhode Island.
Tristam Burges,
Dutee J. Pearce.

Connecticut.
Noyes Barber,
William W. Ellsworth,
Jabez W. Huntington,
Ralph J. Ingersoll,
William L. Storrs,
Ebenezer Young.

Vermont.
William Cahoon,

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Horace Everett,
Jonathan Hunt,
Rollin C. Mallary.
Benjamin Swift.

New York,
William G. Angel,
Benedict Arnold,
Thomas Beekman,
Abraham Bockee,
Peter J. Borst,
C. C. Cambreleng,
Timothy Childs,
Henry B. Cowles,

Hector Craig, Jacob Crocheron, Charles G. De Witt, John D. Dickenson, Jonas Earll, jr. George Fisher, Isaac Finch, Jehiel H. Halsey, Joseph Hawkins, Michael Hoffinan, Perkins King, James W. Lent, John Magee, Henry 0. Martindale, Thomas Maxwell, Robert Monell, Ebenezer F. Norton, Gershomn Powers, Robert S. Rose, Ambrose Spencer, Henry R. Storrs, James Strong, Phineas L. Tracy, John W. Taylor, Gulian C. Verplanck, Canupbell P. White.

New Jersey.
Richard M. Cooper,
Lewis Condict,
Thomas H. Hughes,
Isaac Pierson,
James F. Randolph,
Samuel Swann.

Pennsylvania.
James Buchanan,
Thomas H. Crawford,
Richard Coulter,
Joshua Evans,
James Ford,
Chauncey Forward,
Joseph Fry, jr.
John Gilmore,
Innes Green,
Joseph Hemphill,
Peter Ihrie, jr.
Thomas Irwin,
Adam King,
George G. Lieper,
William McCreery,
Alem Marr,
Daniel H. Miller,
Henry A. Muhlenburg,
William Ramsay,
John Scott,
Thomas H. Sill,
Samuel A. Smith,
John B. Sterigere,
Philander Stephens,
Joel B. Sutherland,
Hariner Denny.

Delaware.
Kensey Johns, jr.

Maryland.
Elias Brown,
Clement Dorsey,
Benjamin C. Howard,
George E. Mitchell,
Benedict I. Semmes,
Richard Spencer,
Michael C. Sprigg,
George C. Washington,
Ephraim King Wilson,

Virginia.
Mark Alexander,
Robert Allen,
William S. Archer,
William Armstrong,
John S. Barbour,
Philip P. Barbour,
Thomas T. Boulden,

Nathaniel H. Claiborne,
Richard Coke, jr.
Robert Craig,
Thomas Davenport,
Philip Doddridge,
William F. Gordon,
Lewis Maxwell,
William McCoy,
Charles F. Mercer,
Thomas Newton,
John Roane,
Alexander Smyth,
Andrew Stevenson,
John Talliaferro,
James Trezvant.

North Carolina.
Willes Alston,
Daniel L. Barringer,
Samuel P. Carson,
Henry W. Conner,
Edmund Deberry,
Edward Dudley,
Thomas H. Hall,
Robert Potter,
Abraham Rencher,
William B. Shepard,
Augustus H. Shepperd,
Jesse Speight,
Lewis Williams.

South Carolina.
Robert W. Barnwell,
James Blair,
John Campbell,
George McDuffie,
William D. Martin,
William T. Nuckolls,
Warren R. Davis,
William Drayton,
Starling Tucker.

Georgia.
Thomas T. Foster,
Charles E. Haynes,
Henry C. Lamar,
Wilson Lumpkin,
Wiley Thompson,
James M. Wayne,
Richard H. Wilde.

Kentucky.
Thomas Chilton,
Jaines Clarke,
Nicholas D. Coleinan,
Henry Daniel,
Nathan Gaither,
Richard M. Johnson,

John Kincaid,
Joseph Lecompte,
Robert P. Letcher,
Chittendon Lyon,
Charles A. Wickliffe,
Joel Yancey.

Ohio.
Mordecai Bartley,
Joseph H. Crane,
William Creighton, jr.
James Findlay,
John M. Goodenow,
William W. Irwin,
William Kennon,
William Russell,
James Shields,
William Stanberry,
John Thompson,
Joseph Vance,
Samuel Findlay Vinton,
Elisha Whittlesey.

Tennessee.
John Bell,
John Blair,
David Crockett,
Robert Desha,
Jacob C. Isaacks,
Cave Johnson,
Prior Lea,
James K. Polk,
James Standifer.

Indiana,
Ratliff Boon,
Jonathan Jennings,
John Test.

Louisiana. Henry H. Gurley, W. H. Overton, Edward D. White.

Alabama. Clement C. Clay, Dixon H. Lewis, R. E. B. Baylor.

Illinois. Joseph Duncan.

Missouri. Spencer Pettis.

Mississippi. Thomas Hinds.

Michigan-John Biddle. Arkansas-A. H. Serier. Florida - Joseph M. White.

OFFICERS OF CONGRESS.

3000 1800

OFFICERS OF THE SENATE.

OFFICERS OF THE HOUSE.
Secretary

Clerk of the House.
Walter Lowrie, Pa.

$ 3000 M. St. Clair Clark, Pa. Sergeant at arms.

Sainuel Burch, Chief Clk. Va. Mountjoy Bailey, Va.

1500

Sergeant at arms.
Chaplain.

I. Oswald Dunn,
H. Van D. Johas.

500

Chaplain.

Reuben Post
Librarian of Congress,

1500

300

GOVERNORS OF STATES.

1830.

Maine,

Jonathan G. Hunton. | Alabama,
New Hampshire, Benjamin Pierce. Louisiana,
Massachusetts, Levi Lincoln.
Vermont, Samuel C. Crafts. Mississippi,
Rhode Island, James Fenner. Tennessee,
Connecticut, Gideon Tomlinson, Kentucky,
New York,

Enos T. Throop, Ohio,

acting Gov. Indiana, New Jersey, Peter D. Vroom, jr. Illinois, Pennsylvania, George Wolf.

Missouri,
Delaware, David Hazzard.
Maryland, Thomas King Carroll.
Virginia, John Floyd.
North Carolina, John Oliver.

Michigan,
South Carolina, Stephen D. Miller. Florida,
Georgia, George R. Gilmer. Arkansas,

Gabriel Moore.
H. Beauvais,

acting Gov,
Gerard C. Brandon.
William Carroll.
Thomas Metcalfe,
Allen Trimble,
Joshua B. Ray.
Ninian Edwards,
John Miller.

TERRITORIES.

Lewis Cass.
William P. Duvall,
John Pope.

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