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I. PRESIDENTS OF THE UNITED STATES FROM THE
ADOPTION OF THE CONSTITUTION.
1. George Washington, 2. John Adams, 3. Thomas Jefferson, 4. James Madison, 5. James Monroe, 6. John Quincy Adams, 7. Andrew Jackson, 8 Martin Van Buren, 9. William Henry Harrison,* 10. John Tyler, 11. James Knox Polk, 12. Zachary Taylor, * 13. Millard Fillmore, 14. Franklin Pierce,
March 4, 1801,
March 4, 1837,
March 4, 1811,
Term Ended. March 3, 1797. March 3, 1801. March 3, 1809. March 3, 1817. March 3, 1825. March 3, 1829. March 3, 1837. March 3, 1841. April 4, 1841. March 3, 1845. March 3, 1849. July
9, 1850. March 3, 1853.
II. EXECUTIVE GOVERNMENT. The 17th Presidential term of four years, since the establishment of the government of the United States under the Constitution, began on the 4th of March, 1853; and it will expire on the 3d of March, 1857.
Salary FRANKLIN PIERCE, of New Hampshire, President,
THE CABINET. The following are the principal officers in the executive department of the government, who form the Cabinet, and who hold their offices at the will of the President. William L. MARCY,
New York, Secretary of State, $ 8,000 JAMES GUTHRIE, Kentucky, Secretary of the Treasury, 8,000 JEFFERSON Davis, Mississippi, Secretary of War,
8,000 James C. Dobbin, North Carolina, Secretary of the Navy, 8,000 Robert McCLELLAND, Michigan, Secretary of the Interior, 8,000 James CAMPBELL, Pennsylvania, Postmaster-General, 8,000 CALEB CUSHING, Massachusetts, Attorney-General,
* Died in office.
† Hon. William R. King, of Alabama, the Vice-President of the United States, died on the 18th of April, 1853.
DEPARTMENT OF State.
William L. Marcy, Secretary.
Salary. William Hunter, Chief Clerk, $ 2,000 Augustus C. Gillet, Clerk, $ 1,400 Abel French, Claims Clerk, 2,000 Wm. E. Stubbs, do. 1,400 Francis Markoe, Princ'l Clerk, 2,000 Charles V. Gordon, do. 1,200 Robert S. Chew, do. 2,000 C. G. Baylor,
1,200 Alex. H. Derrick, Clerk, 1,600 Henry D. J. Pratt, do. 1,000 H. D. Johnson, do. 1,600 George Bartle,
900 James S. Mac Kie, do.
1,500 Wm. J. Bromwell, do. 800 John P. Polk,
do. 1,400 Edward Stubbs, Disburs. Agent, 1,450 George J. Abbot,
1,400 Louis Fitzgerald Tasistro, TransRobert S. Chilton, do. 1,400 lator,
1,600 William C. Reddall,
1,400 Edmund Flagg, Superintendent George Chipman, do. 1,400 of Statistics,
2,000 George Hill,
James Guthrie, Secretary.
Geo. F. Emery,
H. C. Loughlin,
Wm. P. Pouder,
$ 6,000 John R. Brodhead, 2d Comp., 3,000
Treasurer's Office. Tobias Purrington, Chief Clerk, 2,000
Samuel Casey, Treasurer, 3,000 Auditors.
W. B. Randolph, Chief Clerk, 2,000 Thos. L. Smith, 1st Auditor, 3,000
Assistant Treasurers. David W. Mahon, Chief Clerk, 2,000 I. W. Beard, Boston, 2,500 Philip Clayton, 22 Auditor,
3,000 John J. Cisco,
New York, 4,000 William Mechlen, Chief Clerk, 2,000 Daniel Sturgeon, Philadelphia, 2,500 Robt. J. Atkinson, 3d Auditor,3,000 B. C. Pressly, Charleston, 2,500 Samuel S. Rind, Chief Clerk, 2,000 John M. Bell, New Orleans, 2,500 Aaron 0. Dayton, 4th Auditor, 3,000 Isaac H. Sturgeon, St. Louis, 2,500 A. J. O'Bannon, Chief Clerk, 2,000 Jacob R. Snyder, California. Steph. Pleasanton, 5th Auditor, 3,000 Thomas Mustin, Chief Clerk, 2,000
Finley Bigger, Register, 3,000 Wm. F. Phillips, Auditor of Treasury for P. O. Depart., 3,000
Charles T. Jones, Chief Clerk, 2,000 Thos. J. Johnston, Chief Clerk, 2,000
Ferris B. Streeter, Solicitor, 3,500 Commissioner of Customs.
B. F. Pleasants, Chief Clerk, 2,000 Hugh J. Anderson,
Coast Survey. Thomas Feran, Chief Clerk, 2,000 Alex. D. Bache, Superintendent, 6,000
Thomas Lawson, Brev. Brig:-
H. L. Heiskell, Surg. f. Assist.
R. Johnson, Chief Clerk,
$ 1,800 J. F. Brown, Chief Clerk, 1,800 Engineer Bureau. Quartermaster-General's Bureau. J. G. Totten, Bred. Brig.-Gen.,
J. D. Kurtz, Lieut. f. Assist.
F. N. Barbarin, Chief Clerk, 1,800
John J. Abert, Col., Chirf Top.
T. J. Lee, Capt., Assist. Chief
Geo. Thompson, Chief Clerk, 1,800 Subsistence Bureau. Geo. Gibson, Bred. Maj.-Gen.,
Ordnance Bureau. Com.-Gen. of Subsistence. Henry K. Craig, Col., Chief of A. E. Shiras, Capt. 4th Art., As
Ordnance. sist. Com. Subsistence.
W. Maynadier, Capt. f. Assist. Richard Gott, Chief Clerk, $ 1,800 Geo. Bender, Chief Clerk, 1,800
James C. Dobbin, Secretary. Charles W. Welsh, Chief Clerk,
2,200 Joseph Smith, Chief of the Bureau of Docks and Navy-Yards, 3,500 Charles Morris, do. do. Ordnance and Hydrography, 3,500 John Lenthall, do.
do. Construct., Equip., & Repairs, 3,000 William Sinclair, Chief of the Bureau of Provisions and Clothing, 3,500 William Whelan, do. do. Med. and Surgery,
3,000 Lieut. M. F. Maury, Superintendent of Observatory at Washington, 3,000 Daniel B. Martin, Engineer in Chief.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.
Robert McClelland, Secretary. Geo. C. Whiting, Chief Clerk, $ 2,200 Chas. S. Frailey, Chief Clerk, 2,000
General Land-Office. Jos. S. Wilson, Principal Clerk John Wilson, Commissioner, 3,000 of Private Land Claims, 1,800
Salary. John M. Moore, Principal Clerk De Witt C. Lawrence, Ass. Ex., $1,600 of Surveys, $1,800 Daniel Breed,
do. 1,600 Julias N. Granger, Recorder, 2,000 J. M. Henry, .do. 1,600 Sydney Webster, Secret. to Pres.
Alfred Herbert, do. 1,600 to sign Land Patents, 1,500 Edward Foreman,
1,600 Indian Office. W. C. Langdon,
do. 1,600 G. W. Manypenny, Commiss., 3,000 A. L. McIntire, Draughtsman, 1,600 Charles E. Mix, Chief Clerk, 2,000 D. J. Browne, Agricult. Clerk, 1,500 Pension Office. Vacant, Machinist,
1,250 Loren P. Waldo, Commissioner, 3,000 Wm. W. Turner, Librarian, 1,200 Samuel Cole, Chief Clerk,
2,000 Superintendent of Census.
3,000 Charles Mason, Commissioner, 3,000
Public Buildings. S. T. Shugert, Chief Clerk, 2,000 B. B. I'rench, Commissioner, 2,000 George C. Schaffer, Examiner, 2,500
Penitentiary. Henry Baldwin,
2,500 Thomas Thornley, Warden, 1,500 Leonard D. Gale,
2,500 Harvey Lindsley, Inspector, 100 Jonathan H. Lane, do. 2,500 Richard Jones, do.
100 Titian R. Peale, do. 2,500 Samuel Pumphrey, do.
100 T. J. Everett, do. 2,5001
COMMISSION TO ADJUST PRIVATE LAND CLAIMS IN CALIFORNIA. Alpheus Felch, of Michigan, 8,000 Jno. H. McKune, Att'y for U. S. Robert A. Thompson, of Va., 8,000 Louis Blanding, Ass’t Luw Agent. Seth B. Farwell,
8,000 | George Fisher, Secretary. Post-OFFICE DEPARTMENT.
James Campbell, Postmaster-General. Horatio King, 1st Assistant Postmaster-Gen., Appointment Office, 3,000 Wm. H. Dundas, 2d do.
Contract Office, 3,000 John Marron,
Finance Office, 3,000 John Oakford, Chief Clerk P. O. Dep't, and Chief of Inspection Office, 2,200 Wm. F. Phillips, Auditor of the Treasury for the Post-Office, 3,000 T. J. Johnston, Chief Clerk of the Auditor,
2,000 PosTMASTERS IN THE CHIEF TOWNS AND Cities.* [Corrected in the Post-Omice Department, October 10, 1854.)
Postmasters. Augusta, Me
Wm. S. Badger. Hallowell, Me. T. W. Newman. Bangor, Me.
Isaac C. Haines. *Portland, Me. N. L. Woodbury. Bath, Me. Joseph C. Snow. Robbinston, Me.
J. W. Cox. Brunswick, Me. Robert P. Dunlap. Saco, Me.
Charles Nutter. Calais, Me. Edgar Whidden. Thomaston, Me. A. Lermond. Castine, Me. Charles Rogers. Waterville, Me. H. Barrett. Eastport, Me.
W. Hathaway. Charlestown, N.H.C. Messinger. * The offices marked thus (*) are the distributing offices.
Postmasters. Concord, N. H. Jacob Carter. Middletown, Ct. Norman Smith. Dover, N. H. B. F. Vittum. New Haven, Ct. L. A. Thomas. Exeter, N. H. D. Melcher. New London, Ct. James B. Lyman. Hanover, N. H. D. F. Richardson. Norwich, Conn. John W.Stedman. Keene, N. H. J. D. Colomy. * Albany, N. Y.
C. Vosburgh. Manchester, N. H. Thos. P. Pierce. Auburn, N. Y. E. P. Ross. Nashua, N. H. George Bowers. Batavia, N. Y. Wm. Seaver. Portsmouth, N. H. G. H. Rundlett. Binghampton,N.Y. Virgil Whitney. Bennington, Vt. Truman Heiling. Brooklyo, N. Y. D. Van Voorhis. Brattleboro',
Vt. Samuel Dutton. * Buffalo, N. Y. James G. Dickie. Burlington, Vt. D. A. Danforth. Canandaigua, N.Y. N. G. Cheesebro. Middlebury, Vt.
E. R. Wright.
Catskill, N. Y. J. Joesbury. Montpelier, Vt. Chas. G. Eastman. Cooperstown, N.Y. C. J. Stillman. Rutland, Vt. J. Cain.
Elmira, N. Y.
Daniel Stephens. Windsor, Vt. P. G. Kinner. Geneva, N. Y.
L. Kelly. Amherst, Mass. Seth Nims. Hudson, N. Y. J. S. Anable. Andover, Mass. H. Clark. Ithaca, N. Y. A. S. Johnson. * Boston, Mass.
E. C. Bailey.
Lockport, N. Y. Asher Torrance. Cambridge, Mass. Wm. Caldwell. Newburg, N. Y. Jos. Casterline, Jr. Charlestown, Mass. Chas. B. Rogers. * New York, N. Y. Isaac V. Fowler. Dedham, Mass. Elisha Thayer. Ogdensburg, N. Y. Luke Baldwin. Fitchburg, Mass. John Todd. Oswego, N. Y.
S. R. Beardsley. Greenfield, Mass. D. N. Carpenter. Owego, N. Y. H. A. Beebe. Lawrence, Mass. Benj. F. Watson. Plattsburg, N. Y. Chas. S. Mooers. Lowell, Mass. F. A. Hildreth. Poughkeepsie,N.Y.A. S. Pease. Lynn, Mass.
J. C. Stickney. Rochester, N. Y. H. S. Allis. Nantucket, Mass. Charles P. Swain. Rome, N. Y. A. J. Rowley. New Bedford, Ms. Joseph C. Kent Saratoga Sp., N. Y. Lewis P. Close. Newburyport, Ms. J. M. Cooper. Schenectady, N. Y. Luke Dodge. Northampton, Ms. Amos H. Bullen. Sharon, N. Y. H. Beekman. Pittsfield, Mass. Phineas Allen, Jr. Syracuse, N. Y. H. J. Sedgwick. Plymouth, Mass. M. Perkins.
Troy, N. Y.
Wm. W. Witman. Salem, Mass. Geo. B. Loring. Utica, N. Y.
Isaiah Tiffany. Sandwich, Mass. Charles B. Hall. Watertown, N. Y. W. H. Sigourney Springfield, Mass. A. W. Chapin. West Point, N. Y. Mary Berard, Jr. Taunton, Mass. A. M. Ide, Jr. Whitehall, N. Y. Atherton Hall. Ware, Mass. Addison Sanford. Burlington, N. J. B. B. Antrim. Williamstown, Ms. R. Danforth. Newark, N. J.
Charles T. Gray. Worcester, Mass. E. Bannister. N. Brunswick, N.J. Henry Sanderson. Newport, R. I. Joseph Joslen. Paterson, N. J.
William D. Quin. Pawtucket, R. I. H. Fisher.
Princeton, N. J.
Robert L. Clow. * Providence, R. I. W. B. Sayles. Trenton, N.J.
W. A. Benjamin. Bridgeport, Conn. E. B. Goodsell. Carlisle, Pa. John B. Bratton. *Hartford, Conn. W. J. Hamersley. Chambersburg, Pa. John Noel. Litchfield, Conn. G. H. Baldwin. Easton, Pa. John J. Herster.