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PopULATIon of sever AL Towns IN THE UNITED STATEs.

The Fifth Census of the United States is to be completed on or before the 1st of December, 1830. Copious details of the results of this Census may be expected in the next volume of this Almanac. The Population of several Towns for the Census of 1830, is here given, as it has been un

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* The population of Providence has been stated at about 17,000. t The population of the city of New York as here given for 1830, is founded on the returns from 9 wards, and an estimate of the population of the other 5 wards.

BRITISH AMERICAN COLONIES.

LOWER CANADA.

THE first European settlement in Canada was made by the French, in

1608.

In 1759, Quebec was taken by the English, under General Wolfe;

and in 1763, the whole of Canada was ceded by France to Great Britain.

BRITIs H. Gover Nors.

Appointed. Appointed. James Murray, . . 1763 | Sir J. H. Craig, . 1807 Paulus Em. Ervine, President, 1766 | Hon. Th. Dunn, President, 1811 Guy Carleton, . • - 1766 | Sir George Prevost, . 1811 Hector T. Cramaché, Pres. 1770 || Sir Gordon Drummond, 1815 Guy Carleton, . • 1774 John Wilson, JAdministrator, 1816 Frederick Haldimand, - 1778 || Sir J. C. Sherbrooke, 1816 Henry Hamilton, Lt. Gov. 1784 | Duke of Richmond, . - 1818 Henry Hope, do. 1785 | Hon. John Monk, President, 1819 Lord Dorchester, - 1786 || Sir Peregrine Maitland, . 1820 Alured Clark, Lt. Gov. 1791 | Earl of Dalhousie, - 1820 Lord Dorchester, • 1793 || Sir Frs. N. Burton, Lt. Gov. 1824 Robert Prescott, 1796 | Earl of Dalhousie, - 1825 Sir Robert S. Milnes, 1796 || Sir James Kempt, • 1828 Hon. Th. Dunn, President, 1805 || Lord Aylmer, . e 1830

Gover NMENT.

The executive power is vested in a Governor and an Executive Council of 10 members, all appointed by the king of Great Britain. The Legislature, or Provincial Parliament, is composed of a Legislative Council of 28 mem

bers appointed by the king, and a House of Assembly of 50

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British West Indies.

Province. Governor, &c. Chief Justice. |

Jamaica Earl of Belmore, Governor, Sir William A. Scarlett.
x - - ' ' |Major Gen. Sir J. Keane, Lt. Gov. G. L. Tuckett, V. Ad’y Ct.

Barbadoes, . - Sir James Lyon, Governor, J. A. Beckley, do.
Antigua, . . . Maj. Geo. Sir Patrick Ross, do. Paul Horsford.
Montserrat, . - Samuel P. Steward, Lt. Gov. D. Semper.
St. Christopher, . Col. Charles Maxwell, Governor, R. W. Pickwood.
Nevis, . . . William Boothby, Lt. Gov. William Lawrence.
Virgin Islands . Col. James Bathurst, do.
Trinidad, . . Major Gen. Lewis Grant, Governor, Ashton Warner.
Grenada, . - . Sir James Campbell, do. . H. Bent.
Tobago, - - Major Gen. N. Blackwell, do. William Rough.
St. Vincent, . . Sir George F. Hill, do. John H. Hobson.
Dominica, . - Major Gen. Wm. Nicolay, do. R. F. Jameson.
Bahamas, . - . Sir J. C. Smyth, do. W. V. Munnings.
Demarara & Essequibo, Sir Benjamin D'Urban, do. Charles Wray.
Berbice, - - Henry Beard, Lt. Gov.

Bishops. Charles J. Stewart, D. D., Bishop of Quebec; John Inglis, D. D., of Nova Scotia; Christopher Lipscombe, D. D., of Jamaica; William H. Coleridge, D.D., of Barbadoes and the Leeward Islands.

INDEPENDENT STATES.

- Head of the Government. Entered upon Office. Mexico, Bustamente, President, December, 1829. Central America, Moranzan, do. April, 1829. Colombia, Mosquera, do. May, 1830. Venezuela, Paez, do. September, 1829. Peru, Gamarra, do. 1829. Bolivia, Santa Cruz, do. 1829. Chili, Ovalle, do. March, 1830. Buenos Ayres, Rosas, do. December, 1829. Monte Video, Andrews, do. 1829. Paraguay, Francia, Dictator, 1814. Brazil, Pedro, Emperor, April, 1821. Hayti, - Boyer, President, 1818.

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Date of Birth.

Date of Accesstort.

July
Jan. 28, 1768
Aug. 21, 1765

Apr. 29, 1763 Oct. 1, 1794

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Aug. 29, 1790
July 28, 1777
Dec. 26, 1777
June 20, 1762
July 22, 1776
June 26, 1760
Sep. 27, 1781
Aug. 25, 1786
Feb. 12, 1768
Oct. 6, 1773
Oct. 14, 1784
Oct, 26, 1802
Apr. 6, 1765
Oct. 3, 1797
Dec. 12, 1791
Oct. 6, 1779
Dec. 22, 1799
Nov. 20, 1761
Aug. 19, 1777

July 20, 1785

Jan. 26, 1764 Feb. 5, 1818 6, 1796 Dec. 1, 1825

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Aug. 24, 1772 Dec. 3, 1813
Aug. 3, 1770 Nov. 19, 1797
Dec. 27, 1755 May
Dec. 10, 1756 Apr. 24, 1785
Aug. 17, 1789 Nov. 6, 1816
July 13, 1783 May 21, 1829
Oct. 30, 1804 June 16, 1815
June 14, 1793 Jan. 9, 1816
Feb. 2, 1783 June 14, 1828
Jan. 2, 1784 Dec. 9, 1805
Dec. 17, 1800 Dec. 24, 1803

June 12, 1767 Apr. 9, 1796
June 15, 1769 Dec. 16, 1818
Nov. 6, 1793 Apr. 28, 1807
5, 1760 Oct. 14, 1794
Mar. 1, 1790 Jan. 29, 1817
May 31, 1785 Apr. 17, 1818
Nov. 6, 1796 Apr. 4, 1802
Dec. 20, 1784 Feb
Sep. 20, 1789 Sep.
.29, 1770 Apr.

Mar. 13, 1808 June 26, 1830

5, 1827

Sep. 22, 1780 Aug. 9, 1817

. 13, 1787 9, 1813 2, 1829 Mar. 30, 1830 Feb. 27, 1821 Apr. 6, 1830 Dec. 26, 1785 Nov. 3, isió Mar. 24, 1805 Oct. 30, 1816 Oct. 13, 1825 Mar. 2, 1792 Aug. 9, 1830 Mar. 19, 1808 June 26, 1828 Apr. 19, 1821 June 18, 1824 May 30, 1814 June 8, 1815

Mar. 13, 1824

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JName. Title. State.

Charles XIV. King Sweden
Nicholas I. Emperor |Russia
Frederic VI. King Denmark
William IV. do. Great Britain
William I. do. Netherlands -
Frederic Wm. III.] do. Prussia
Anthony do. Saxony
Francis Gr. Duke|Mecklenburg-Schw.
George do. Mecklenburg-Strelitz
Augustus do. Oldenburg
Ch. Frederic Duke Brunswick
William do. Nassau
Ch. Frederic Gr. Duke|Saxe-Weimar
Ernest Duke Saxe-Coburg-Gotha
Bernard do. Saxe-Meiningen
Frederic do. Saxe-Altenburg
Leopold do. Anhalt-Dessau
Alexis do. Anhalt-Bernburg
Ferdinand do. Anhalt-Cothen
Gunther Prince |Schwartz’g Rudolst’t
Gunther do. Schwartz'g Sonder’n
Henry XIX. do. Reuss-Elder Line
Henry LXII. do. Reuss-Younger Line
Leopold do. Lippe-Detmold
George William do. Schauenburg-Lippe
George do. Waldeck
Louis Landg’ve Hesse-Homburg
Ch. Leopold Fred. Gr. Duke|Baden
William II. Elector Hesse-Cassel
Louis {}r. Duke|Hesse-Darmstadt
Anthony Prince Hohenzol’n Sigmar"n
Frederic do. Hollenzol'n Hechin’n
John Joseph do. Lichtenstein
William King Wurtemberg
Louis do. Bavaria

|Francis Emperor Austria
Louis-Philip King France
Ferdinand VII. do. Spain
Miguel do. l'ortugal
Charles Felix do. Sardinia
Leopold II. Gr. Duke|Tuscany
Maria Louisa Duchess |Parma
Francis IV. Duke Modena
Ch. Louis do. Lucca
Pius VII. Pope States of the Ch.
Francis King Two Sicilies
Mahmoud II. Sultan Turkey

* The King of Saxony and the Duke of Anhalt-Cothen are Catholics

part of their subjects are Protestants.

, though the greater

STATISTICAL VIEW of ALL THE

[From the Weimar Genealogical, Histori

AREA POPULATION. European STATEs. in English square miles. Catholics. ro Greeks. Jews. | Total. 1 Anhalt-Bernburg 334 - 38,510 3. 2 Anhalt-Dessau 345 1,200 56,800 1,270 3 Anhalt-Cothen 330 360 34,835 415 4 Austria” . . . 258,603 25,650,000 3,000,000 2,970,000 || 480,000 5 Baden . . 5,926 730,808 - 343,173 16,930 6 Bavaria . . . 31,317 2,880,383| 1,094,633 57,574 7 Brunswick . . 1,491 2,500 240,400 8 Bremen . . . 68 1,500 50,000 9 British Empire 117,788 6,085,300||16,197,321 10 Cracow . . . 494 100,812 19,000 11 Denmark . . 52,268 2,000 2,049,531 12 Frankfort on M’m 91 6,000 42,800 13 France . . . 213,838 || 31,099,518 892,947 14 Greece . . . g 15 Hamburg . . 150 3,060. 139,440 16 Hanover . . . 14,735 200,000. 1,370,574 17 Hesse-Cassel . 4,428 105,000 492,300 18 Hesse-Darmstadt 3,922 120,000 582,900 19 Hesse-Homburg 166 2,931 17,683 20 Hoh. Hechingen, 129 15,000 21 Hoh. Sigmaringen 386 39,600 22 Ionian Islands . 998 35,200 800 23 Lichtenstein . 51 5,800 24 Lippe-Detmold 436 1,600 75,118 25 Lucca . . . . 413 145,000 26 Lubeck . . . 143 400 45,703 27 San Marino . . 22 7,000 28 Meck. Schwerin 4,746 957 437,105 29 Meck. Strelitz . 765 50 78,510 30 Modena . - 2,092 377,500 31 Nassau . . . 1,753 157,638 - 184,651 32 Netherlands. . 25,367 3,660,000 3,237,500 33 Oldenburg . . 2,459 70,700 175,538 34 Parma - 2,203 437,400 35 Portugal . . . 36,510 3,782,550 36 Prussia - 107,159 4,694,000|7,930,403 154,000 37 Reuss, elder line 145 24,020 80 #38 Do. younger do. 447 - 57,470 220 39 Russia. . . . 1,414,436 5,500,000 2,658,500|33,326,500 || 360,000 40 Sardinia . . . 28,912 4,142,177 22,000 3,200 4}. Saxony . - 575 48,000 1,350,000 2,000 42 Saxe-Altenburg 496 150 109,343 43 Saxe-Cob’g-Gotha 1,036 11,500 130,593 44 Saxe-Meiningen 884 400 128,239 45 Saxe-Weimar . 1,416 9,512. 210,911 46 Schauenb. Lippe 206 100 25,500 47 Sch. Rudolstadt 404 200 56,625 48 Sch. Sonderhausen 358 200 47,906 49 Sicilies (the Two) 41284 7,412,717 |50 States of Church 17,210 2,468,940 51 Sweden . . . 291,163 5,000 3,869,700 52 Switzerland. . 14,761 817,110 | 1,217,760 53 Spain . . . . 179,074 13,651,172 54 Turkey” . . . 203,566 310,000 5,878,000 | #55 Tuscany . . . . 8,381 1,291,130 ; waldeck . . . .”[5] 800, 52,700 57 Wurtemberg . 7,615 464,000 | 1,062,253| - so.403 - - —l Total . . . 3,104,780 [116,559,07549,847,495|42,308,398 [1,671,640.213,977,108

* Austria, according to the Weimar Almanac, contains, in addition to the numbers inserted sums in the right-hand colum), and also in the sum total.

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