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CONTENTS.
PAGE.
Calendar for 1S67 .. ... ........... 3
Our National Securities, their Style and Character.... 4
Almanac for 1867 .................................. 5-16
United States Stamp Duties ....................... 17-20
Rates of Postage ................................... 21
Legal Interest and Usury Laws..................... 22
Distances from New York to some of the most import-
ant places in North America ................... 23
Presidents of the United States.................... 24
A blank space for every day in the year-Memoranda


ECLIPSES FOR 1867.
There will be four eclipses this year, as follows:
I. An Annular Eclipse of the Sun, March 6th, invisible in
America.
ILI A Partial Eclipse of the Moon, late in the evening
of March 19th, or early in the morning of Wednesday the
20th, visible. Size, 0.813 of the moon's diameter. At New
York it begins at 2h. 19mn. in the morning of the 20th;
middle at 3h. 53m.; ends at 5h. 26m. For Washington
subtract 12 minutes; for Chicago subtract 54 minutes.
III. A Total Eclipse of the Sun, August 29th, invisible
in the United States.
IV. A Partial Eclipse of the Moon, Friday, September
13th, in the evening, visible. Size, 0.704 of the moon's
diameter. Begins at New York before the moon rises, and
fhe moon will rise with a portion eclipsed in all the United
States west of Boston; middle at New York at 7h. 30m.; and
ends at 9h.

MORNING AND EVENING STARS.
Venus will be Morning Star until September 25th, then
Evening Star the rest of the year. Mars will be Evening
Star all of the year. Jupiter will be Evening Star until
February 3d, then Morning Star until May 27th, then
Evening Star the rest of the year. Saturn will be Morning
Star until February 12th, then Evening Star until November
19th, then Morning Star the rest of the year.
Venus will be farthest west of the Sun February 20th.









I CALENDAR FOR 1867.



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OUR NATIONAL SECURITIES.
The "Seven-thirties "1 represent a Currency Loan
having three years to run, and then convertible into a
gold-interest 6 V cent. stock having twenty years to
run, but with the right reserved to the government of
paying off the loan, in gold, at any time after five years.
The term "Seven-thirties is derived from the rate of
interest which these notes bear, to wit.: two cents V day
on each $100, or for 365 days $7.30 on each $100.
The term "Five-twenties" is applied to the 6
cent. gold-bearing bonds of the United States, to which
twenty years half-yearly coupons are attached, but
which may be paid off, in gold, by the government, on
due notice to the holders, at any time after five years.
The term Ten-forties'" is applied to the 5 :
cent. gold-bearing bonds of the United States, to which
half-yearly coupons are attached for forty years, but
which may be paid off in gold on notice to the holders,
at any time after ten years.
The long or unconditional 6 % cent. gold-bearing
loan, known as the 6 % cent. of 18S1, cannot be re-
deemed by the government at all, except by purchase.
The official statement of the public debt, May 1, 1866,
was as follows:
INTEREST IN COIN.
Five per cent. Bonds .......................... $198.241,1O0
Six per cent. Bonds, 1867-68............. ........ 18,313.591
Six per cent. Bonds, 1881 ....... ................ 83744,150
Six per cent. Five-twenly Bonds ................ 685,784,000
[NTEPEST IN CURRENCY.
Three-year Seven-thirty Notes. ................. 816.512 650
Other Debts bearing Currency Interest........... 3723685,6-23
DEBT BEARING NO ISTEREST ................ 452 3902 755
Total Debt............................. $2,857.676,869
Cash in Treasury .... .......................... 137,987 028
Total Debt, less Cash in Treasury............ $,9S,689,9841
The terms "Greenbacks" and" Legal Tender" are
convertible. All the greenbacks are legal tender; but
$415,164,318 are of the ordinary circulation, free of in-
terest,and $173,049,041, bear simple or compound interest,
payable on maturity.













Ist Month, JANUARY. 1867.

Moon's Phases. D. H. Nr.
3 New Moon ......... 5 7 34 Evening.
0) First Quarter.......13 11 38 Morning.
0 Full Moon..........20 2 40 Morning.
( Last Quarter .......27 9 51 Morning.

MISCELLANEOUS.
_________________ Ha's sels. rises.
ST Proc. of Freedom, 1863. 7 24 44 3 16
2 W Bat. Stone River ends, '63. 7 '24 44 4 11
3 Th Bat. Morefield, Va. 1863. 7 24 446 5 4
4 F Gen. Grierson on raid, '64. 7 244 47 5 54
5 S Bat. in Hardy Co. Va. '63. 7 24 4 4S set
6 1 Epiphany. 724 449 5 51
7 i Bat. Paintsville, Ky. 1862. 7 24 450 6 47
8 T Bat. Pittsburg. Va. 1864. 7 24 451 7 45
9 V (11) TheHatteras sunk,'63.7 24452 845
10 Th Bat. Middle Creek. Ky.'6. 7 24 4 53 9 45
11 F Bat. Arkansas Post, 1863. 7 23 454 104
12 S Genu. Marston'sraid, 1864. 723 455 11 52
13 lst SundayafterEpiphany. 7 23 456 morn
14 M Queen of the West tak.'68 722457 56
15 T Fort Fisher captured. 1865. 7 22 4 58 2 3
16 'V The Orretoescaped, 1863. 7 22 4 59 3 10
17 Th Bat. Bainbridge, 1864. 7 21 5 0 4 16
18 F Bat.IFlint Hill, 1864. 721 5 1 5 20
19 S Bat. Mill Spring Ky.'62. 7 20 5 3 rises
20 8 2d Sunday after Epiphany. 7 19 5.4 5 57
21 M Gen. Porter dismissed, '63. 7 18 5 5 7 3
22 T (23) Raid Lake Phelps,'64 7 18 5 6 8 10
23 W Action Brandon Farms, '64. 7 17 5 8i9 13
24 Th Gen. Rhoddywhipped,.'64. 7 16 5 910 14
25 F FirstColored Regiment,'63. 7 15 5 10 11 14
26 S Bat. Tazewell, 1864. 7 15 511 morn
27 4 3d Sunday after Epiphany. 7 14 5 12 11
28 X Bat.Tunn elHill, 1864. 713 513 1 7
29 T- Bat.Danville, Tenn. 1864. 7 12 5 15 2 3
30 W Amend. of Constitution,'65. 7 12 5 16 2 55
31 ITh Reba retreat fr.Dalton,'64. 7 11 5 17 3 48













2d Month, FEBRUARY. 1867.
p Moon's Phases. D. H. M.
G New Moon ......... 4 1 20 Evening.
*) First Quarter.......11 8 44 Evening.
0 Full Moon.......... 18 2 45 Evening.
0 Last Quarter ....... 26 6 36 Morning.
DD MISCELLANEOUS.
10 V' ris's sets, rises.
I F Draft of 500,000 mee 1'64. 7 10 5 18 4 36
2 S Lincoln meets Peace Cons. 7 9 5 19 5 23
3 5 4thSund. aft. Epiph. ['65. 7 75 20 6 6
4 AT Bat. Morefield, Va. 1864. 7 6 5 22 sets.
5 T Jacksonville, Fla. tak. '64. 7 515 23- 6 36
6 W Bat.Fort Henry, 1S62. 7 4!5 24 739
7 Th Bat. Roanoke, N. C. 1862. 3 5 25 8 42
8 F Reb's inmutiny at Datton,'64. 7 2 5 26 9 45
9 S Bat. near Summerville,' 64. 7 1 5 21 1049
1056 5th Sund.after Epiphany. 7 05 29111 63
11 M1 Grierson'sgreat raid. '64. 6 59 5 30 morn
12 T IndianolapassesV'ksb'g,'63 6 5815 31 58
13 W Spriogfield. Mo. taken,'62. 6 57 5 32 2 3
14 Th Meridian. Miss. taken, '64. 6 56 533 3 6
15 F (14) ain Qu'nofWest lost,;6 54 534 4 '5
16 S Bat. FortDonelson,'62.[ 63. 6 53 5 36 4 59
17 Septuiagesi.ma. 651 5 37 548
18 1M Charleston, S C..taken,'65.6 .50 538 rises
19 T FortAnderson taken, '65. '649 540 6 53
20 WV Bat. Oleester, 1864. !6 42 541 7 56
21 Th Bat. Valverde, N. Mex. '62..6 46 543 8 57
22 F Washington born, 1732. .16 45 .544 9 57
23 S (22) Wilmington taken, '65. 6 43 5 45 10 56
24 8 Sexagsaima. l6 42 5 47 11"52
25 M 1 (24) Indianola taken, 1863.16 40 6.48 morn
26 T Ft. Powell bombarded, '64.6 38 549 46
27 W (26)Cherokees abol. slav.63 6 37 5 50 1 S9
28 Th Ironclad Atlanta capt '63. t6 35 5 51 2 28
Astronomical Cacalations made in CLOCK TiMB













3d Month. MARCH. 1867,

Moon's Phases. D. ,M.
(D New Moon ........ 6 4 42 Morning.
Q) First Quarter....... 13 3 51 Morning.
0 Full Moon.........20 3 59 Morning.
(D Last Quarter ....... 27 2 50 Morning.

D i MISCELLANEOUS.
M W rises sols, rises.
I F Bat. Bradyville, Tenn.'6. 6 35 5 53 3 16
2 S Bat. near MAlurlreesboro','63 6 34 5 53 3 59
3 9 QUinquagesisna. 6 32 5 54 4 41
4 bat. Chapel Hill, Tenn.'63. 0 30 5 55 5 19
5 T Bat. Yazoo City, Mliss. '64 6 29 5 56 5 55
6 V Ash Wednesday. 6 027 5 51 sets
7 Th 6) Peterhofl'sunk, 1864. 6 25 5 57 7 34
8 F Raid of Merrimac, 1862. 6 24 5 59 8 39
9 S Bat. -Ilampton Roads, 1862 6 22 6 0 9 45
10 10 Qsadragqesbima. 6 20 6 1 10 51
II FortAl Mrion taken., 1862. 61916 2 11 57
12 T Bat. Paris, Tenn. 1862. 6 17 6 3 morn
13 V New Madrid, lMo evac.'62. 6 16 6 4 1 0
14 Th Newbern, N. C. capt. '62. 6 14 6 5 1 59
115 F iat. Salem, 1862 6 12 6 7 2 53
16 S Strasburg taken, 1862.1 6 11 6 8 340
17 11 2d Sunday in Lent. 6 9 6 9 4 25
18 M (17) Bat. Kelley's Ford, '63.6 6 10 rises
19 T The Geeoriana destr'd.'63. 6 6 11 5 40
20 W Bat. Al-1 ton, Tenn. 1863. 6 4 6 12 6 42
21 Th Beauforttaken, 1862. 6 2 6 13 7 43
22 F Bat. Winchester. Va. 1862. 6 1 6 14 8 42
23 S (22) Bat. Blue Spring. Mo 5 59 6 15 9 40
24 12 3d Sunday in Lent. [1863. 5 5816 16 10 35
25 1 Owen Levejoy died, 1864. 556 61 11 29
26 T Paducah sacked, 1864. 5 5416 18 morn
27 V Jackaonville burned, 1863. 5 2 619 21
28 Th Bat. Apache Pass.N.MA.'62. 5 51 6 20 1 9
29 F (28) The Diana taken, '63. 549 6 21 1 53
30 S Bat. Sommerville, Ky. '63. 5 47 6 22 2 35
31 18 4th Sunday in Lent. 546 6 23 314













4th Month, APRIL. 1867.

Moon's Phases. D. 1. M.
New Moon ......... 4 5 8 Evening.
0W First Quarter.......11 10 13 Morning.
O Full Moon..........18 6 10 Evening.
(i Last Quarter .......26 9 5 Evening.

D MISCELLANEOUS. I
IW ri's sets rises.
1 M Bat. Five Forks.1865. 5 45 6 24 3 50
o T Petersburg attacked 1865. 5 44 6 26 4 26
3 W Petersbuig falls, 1865. 5 4, 6 27 5 0
4 Th '3) Richmond falls. 1865. 5 40 6 28 sets
5 F Bat. Black Bayou, La. 1863. 5 38 6 29 7 30
6 S Bat. Shiloh, Tenn. 1862. 5 36 6 30 8 38
7 14 5th Sunday in Lent. 5 34 6 31 9 46
8 M Bat. Mansfield, La 1864. 5 33 6 3- 10 52
9 T Lee surrendered, 1865. 5 31 6 33 11 54
10 WV Bat. Franklin, Tenn. 1863 5 29 6 34 morn
11 Th Ft. Pulaski, Ga. taken,'62. 5 28 6 85 51
12 F Mobile taken, 1865. 5 2 6 36 1 41
13 S Fort Sumpter fell, 1861. 5 256 37 2 26
14 15 Palm Sunday. 5 24 6 38 3 6
15 M Lincoln died, 1865. 5 22 6 39 3 42
16 T Porter'sfl tpa.sV :ksb'g,635 21 6 40 4 15
17 WV Bat. Lee's Mills, Va. 1862. 5 19 6 41 4 4S
18 Th Bat. Fort Jackson, 1862. 5 17 6 42 rises
19 F Mass. troops at'd in Balt. 5 16 6 44 7 28
20 S Bat. Patterson, Mo.63. ['61 5 14 6 45 8 26
21 1Q EASTER SUNDAY. 5 13 6 46 9 21
22 M Bat nr.Strasburg, Va.'63. 5 11 6 47 10 14
23 T The Petrel burned, 1864. 5 10 6 48 11 2
24 W Bat. Cane River, 1864. 5 9 6 49 11 49"
25 Th Ft. Macon, Beaualt,tak.'61. 7 6 50 morn
26 F Gen. Johnston surrend. 165. 5 6 6 51 51
27 S (28) Bat. Jackson. Mo. '63, 5 5 6 52 1 1 0
29 17? ist Sunday alter Easter. 5 3 6 53 1 47
29 t Bat. Bridgeport, Ala. '62. 5 2 6 54 2 21
30 T (29) 2dBat. GrandGulf,'63.1 0 6 55 2 55












5th-Month, MAY.


1867.


Moon's Phases. D. -s. M.
O New Moon ......... 6 2 44 Morning.
0 First Quarter....... 10 5 S Evening.
0 Full Moon.......... 18 S 56 Morning.
( Last Quarter .......26 0 26 Evening.

DD.
at DV MISCELLANEOUS. .
%11 Ba ELLANE S. risk's sets rises.
I W Bat. Port Gibson 103. 4 59 6 56. 3 30
2 Th Bat. Chancellorsvi]le tS63 4 57 6 57 4. 6
3 F Bat. Chance.lorsville,1863. 4 5 6 58 445
4 S Bat. Chancellorsville, 1863. 4 54 6 59 sets
5 18 2d Sunday after Easter. 4 53 7 0 836
6 it lBat. Wilderness. Va 1864. 4 1.57 1 9 43
7 T Bat. West Point, Va. t862. 4 51 7 2 1044
8 \V (0) OjPt. Hudson ati ack. '6-. 4 50 7 3 11 37
9 Th (10) Bat. Spottsvlvania,'64. 4 49 7 4 morn
10 F Aeff. Davis taken, 1865. 4 48 7 51 25
11 S ButleratBermuda-Hund'd 447 7 6 1 7
12 19 3d Sund. aft. Easter.. ['64 4 46 7 7 1 45
13 .N 'Yazoo City take, 1863. 445 7 8 2 19
14 T Jackson, Miss., taken,'63. 4 44 7 9 2 51
15 'V Bat.. Resaca, Ga. 1864. 4 43 7 10 3 23
16 Th Porter afl tsavedRedR.'64 44-2 7 11 3 55
17 F Bat. Big Black River, 1863. 441 7-11 4:29
18 S' Grantinvests V'itcksb'g,'63. 4 41 7 12 rises
19 20 4th Sunday after Easter. 4 40 7 13 8 7
20 M Bat front'Vicksburg, 1863. 4 40 7 14 8 59
21 T. Skirdish bMiddleton.,63. 4 39 7 1I 9 46
22 WV Grant defeated atVicks.'63. 488 7 16 10 30
23 Th Bat. Front Royal. Va. '62. 4 37 7 17 11 9
24 F Bat. Wilson'sWharf, 1864 4 377 16 11 46
25 S Bat. near Dallas, Ga.-l164 4 36 7'19 morn
26 ,1 Rogation Sonday. 4 35 7 19 21
27 M OaDlks'detat at t tHudson. 4 35--7 20 55
28 T.. Bat. near Corinth,'62. ['63 4 34 7 2 1 1 27
29 \V Grant crosses Pamnky,'64 4 34 7 22 2 1
30 Th Batf. r. Chichkabominy. '64! 4- t3 7 63 2 37
31 F Bat. Fair OatsVa.- SE2. 4 32 7 M3 3 '17















6th Month. JUNE. 1867.

Moon's Phases. D. H. NM.
SNew Moon ......... .2 10 16 Morning.
(D First Quarter....... 9 1 41 Morning.
0 Full Moon..........16 11 58 Evening.
Slast Quarter ....... 25 0 33 Morning.


D T) MISCELLANEOUS.

1 Gen.Sturgis defeated. '64.
2 22 1st Sunday after Ascension.
3 M Bat. Coal Harbor, 1,64.
4 'T' Bat. 1-owes' Otore, 1864.
6 Bat. Columbia, Ark. 1864.
6 Th Bat. Memphis, 1862.
7 F (5) Bat. Piedmont 1864.
8S Bat. Cross Keys, Va. 1862.
9 28 Pentecost.
10 M Bat. Great Bethel, Vs. '61.
1 T1' Bat. Trevillian, 1H64.
2 W Bat. Morris island, 1863.
3 Th I ee'sarmyatW inchester,63
14 F Banks def. at Pt.Hudson,'63
15 S Maryland invaded, 1863.
16 24 ToIMITY SUNDAY.
17 M Bat. Boonville, Mo. 1861.
18 T Bat. Edwards Ferry,Va '61.
19 W Bat. Cole Camp, Mlo. 161.
20 Th (19) The Alabama sunk,'64.
51 F 7 assaults on Sheridan, '6I4.
22 S Bat. Weldon R. R. 1864.
23 2- 1st Sunday alter Trinity.
24 M Maryland abol. slavery,'64
25 T Wilson and Kautz raid '64.
26 NV Bat. Mechanicaville 1861.
27 Th Bat. Gaines Hill, 1862.
28 F Bat. Chickabominy, 1S62.
29 S Bat. Savage Station 1862.
30 26 24 Sunday after Trinity.


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risk's sets rises.
4352 7504 4 2
4 31 7 25 sets
4 31 7 26 8 8
4 30 7 26 9 27
4 30 7 57 10 20
4 29 7 17 11 6
4 29 7 28 11 45
4 29 7 29 morn
4 28 7 19 22
4 28 7 31. 56
4 28 7 30 1 28
4 28 7 31 159
4 8 7 31 231
4 8 7 3-2 3 7
4 28 7 32 3 44
4 28 7 32 rises
4 2 7 33 743
4 28 7 33 8 58
4 28 7 33 9 9
4 28 7 34 9 48
4 59 7 34 10 52
4 29 7 34 10 56
4 29 7 34 11 28
4 29 7 34 12 0
4 29 7 35 morn
4 29 7 35 34
4 30 7 35 1 11
4 30 7 35 1 52
4 30 7 35 2 37
4 3117 351 3 30












7th Month, JULY. 1867.
Moon's Phases. D. i1. .%.
New Moon ......... 1 4 52 Evening.
( First Quarter....... 8 0 35 Evening.
0 Full Moon.......... 16 3 0 Evening.
O Last Quarter ....... 24 9 40 Morning.
0 New Moon .. .... -0 11 471 Evening.
D D 'MISCELLANEOUS. th
Mrio's sets sets.
1 Al BCttle Malvern Hill, 1S6-2. 4 31 7 34 se"la
2 T Bat.lart'nsburg,VYa.'6il. 4 2 734 8 7
3 %' 3d Bat. Gettysburg, 1863. 4 33 7 34 8 57
4 Th Fall of Vick-burg. 1063. 4 33 7 83 9 42
5 F Bat. Carthage, Mo. 31861. 4 34 7 33 10 23
6 S lBat. Middle York, 1861. 4 35 7 33 10 56
7 27 3d Sunday after Trinity. 14 35 7 33 11 29
8 3 1 urrend.rr Pt. Hudson,'63. 14 36 7 32 morn
9 T BIt. Mlonocacy, 18G4. 4 37 7 32 2
103 \V Itorris Island taken, 3163. 14 37 7 32 34
11 Th Cat. lRich Mountain. S1862. 4 38 7 31 1 8
12 F Bat. Beverly, Va. 1S61. 14 39 7 31 1 4i
13 S Bat. Curricklbrd, Va. 801. '4 40 7 30 2 23
14 8 4'.h Sunday after Trinitv. '4 41 7 30 3 6
15 N1 Bat. near'r'upelo, Miss '64. 4 42 7 29 3 52
16 7" Last of N. York riots, 63. 14 43 7 29 riasesa
17 \V I [unt-ville, Ala. taken, 763. 444 7 28 7 49
18 Th Bat. Fort Wagner, 1863. !4 45 7 28 8 26
19 F Bat. Snicker's Gap, Peach 4 46 7 27 9 0
20 S TreeCk. & Winchester, 64. 4 46 7 26 9 32
21 29 5th Sunday after Trinity. 4 47 7 "6 10 4
22 M Bat. Atlanta, Ga. 1864. 4 48 7 25 10 30
23 T Bat Manassas Gap, 1S63. 4 49 7 24 11 11
24 IV Reb's take Winchester, '64. 4 50 7 23 11 48
25 Th (26) Gen. Cook defted. '64 4 51 7 22 mdrn
26 F John Morgan taken, 1863. '4 52 7 21 C29
27 S Richm'd Kv.tak.byrebs.'63 4 62 7 20 1 17
28 80 61h Sunday after 'trinity. :4 53 7 19 2 12
|29 M BaL Paris, Ky.1863. !4 54 7 18 3 13
S30 T MineatPetersb'gexpl.'64. 4 54 7 18 sets
31 W tanford, Ky. take,. 1063. 4 .55 7 17 31














J8th Month. AUGUST. 1867.

1 Moon's Phases. D H. M.
(E First Quarter....... 7 2 12 Morning.
0 Full Moon.......... 15 5 41 Morning.
ID Last Quarter .......22 4 26 Evening.
! New Moon.........29 8 9 Morning.

ID D 1T;fTA m e ^ >
a w IISCELLANEOUS. ris's sets sets.
Th Bqt.NewarI-,Knoxs. o.Me.62 4 56 7 16 8 14
F Ft. F.illmore surnend d.'61.'4 577 157 8 53
3 S (2) Bat. Folly Islnrd. 1S63. 4 5S 7 14 9 AS
4 81 7th Sunday after Trinity. 4 57 1 10 1
5 M Eat. Eator Rouge, La. '62. 5 0 7 11 10 34
6 T A bat. Atlanta, Ga.l164. 5 1710) 11 9
7 W Bat. KirkvillHe, Mo. 1862. 5 2 7 9 11 4d4
STh Fort Gaines surren, 1864. 5 3 7 7 morn
g F. Bat. Cedar Mountain, t.SO. 5 4 7 6 22
10 S Bat.. Wilson's Creek, 1861. 5 5 7 5 1 3
I11 8 82 Sth Sunday after Trinity. 5 6 7 4 1 48
12 IM (10).Atlantabombarded,'64 5 7 7 3 2 38
a13 T Bat. Grafton, Va. 1861. 5 8 7 1 3 29
141 Bat. Strawberry PJain, '64. 5 9 7 0 4 024
15 Th Bat. Lone Jack, Mo. 1862. 5 10 6 58 rises
I F IaLt. Deep Run, Ya..1864. 5 1.1 6 56 7 35
17 S Grand bomb Sumter, '63. 5 12 6'53 8 8
18 88 9thSunday afterTrinity. 5 13 6 52 8 38
19 N Bat. Clarsv-ille, Tenn. '62. 5 14 6 51 9 12
20 T Lawrence'sacked, 1863. 5 15 6 49 9 48
21 W Bat. Bowling Green, Ky.'62 5 16 6,47 10 17
22 Th Bat. Gallatin, Tesn. iA62. 5 17 6 4611 11
'23 F: Charleston shelled,,1863. 5 1816 45 morn
24 S Bat. CapeGirardeau,No.'62 5 S19 6 44 2
25 84 10th Sunday after Trinity. 5 01 6 42 58
.26 1 Bat.Summnersvillo. 1861. 5 21 6 41 2 1
.27 T: Bat. Keltle Run Va. 1862. 5 -2 6e 39 3 7
28 W Bat. nearCentreville, 62. 5 23 6 38 4 16
29 Th Bat.. Gainesville,Va. 1862. 5 24 6 37 sets
I F Bat. nearCentreville. 1862. 5 25 6 36 7 23
11S Bat. Chantilly, Va. 1862. 5 26 6 -?5 7 57













9th Month, SEPTEMBERI. 1867,I
NMoon's Phases. D, 1i. M.
0 First Quarter...... 5 6 5 Evening.,
0 Full Moon..........13 37 Evening.
T0 Last Quarter ....... 20 10 9 Evening.
I New Moon ......... 27 6 46 Evening.

S MISCELLANEOUS" s
I- 55 ris s sets se .
V65 llth!sundav afterTrinity. 52 6 33 8 i0
2M N Bat \Vhedon, Tenn. 1862. 5 28;6 31 9 7
3 T bat.Darkisvlle,1,64. 5 '916 3 o 9 41
4 W .1loh n Al orga n killed, 1864. 5 6 28 10 19
5 Th (4) Kno.ville wken, k tC.t. 31 6 26 10 h9
F Bat. \Vashinglon,N. C. 62. 5 3 6 94 11 49
7 S t) Ft. \Vaouer talien, '63. 5 '3 6 23 morn
8 6 12th Ounday ifter Trinity.. 34 6 21
i9 M Cumberland Gapthiken. 3. 35 6 i9 1 21
10 T Bat. Cari-fex Ferry 18t. 534 6 1 2 1.
II WV Bat. Elk Water. Va. 1t61. 5 37 6 16 3 1-2
112 Th Bat. AngustA.' Ky. 31%. 5 3S 6 14 rises
13 F Bat. Boonville, t io. 1861 5 39 6 13 6 8
14 S Bat. South tlount.in, '6"2. 40 6 11 640
l15 8? 1 thSundav after TrinilY 41 6 9 7 14
16 Al i5) Habeas Corp. sosp *63 5 42 3 7 7 49
17 T bat. Antiettam. 1862. 5 43 6 5 8 'S
18 WV (19) Sheridan's fi't Wln.'64 44 6 4 9 11
!19 Th kat. Iuka.lliss 1862 44 6 2 9 58
I0 F Baet. Chibkabmaiiga 1863. 545 6 0 1051
21 S. Bat. Papinsfille, No 1861. 546 5 o29 11 461
2 88 14th Sunday after Trinity. 5 47 5 57 morn
23 M Gen. Meadeat Ra'pidan,'63. 5*48 5 56 54
24 r Bat. Romney, Va. 1661. 5 495 54 1 59
25 \I' Bat Cl'apmansvile. lb61. 5.596 53 3 7
26 Th Bat. Pilot KnOb. 384. 5 51 5 1 4 13
167 F The obt. Camnpbelilb'd,63 5 2 5 49 sets
S28 S Bat.. Jerusalem plk. rd. "64. 53 5 48 6 27
129 89 35th Sunday a'ter Trinity. 5 4 5 46 7 2
i30 M Bat. Preble aFarm, 1864. 555 45 737












10th Month, OCTOBER. 1867.

-Moon's Phases. D. H. M.
SFirst Quarter....... 5 1 21 Evening.
0 Full Moon.......... 13 8 28 Morning.
(D last Quarter ...... ..0 4 21 Morning.
SNew Moon .........27 8 7 Morning.

D D MISCELLANEOUS.
Dl1 ris's sets. sets.
1 T (2)Bat.Anderson'sCr.R.'63 6 55 43 8 13
2 W Gillmore on Folly Isl'd,63. 5 57 5 41 8 53
3 Th Greek fire, Charleston, '63. 5 58 5 4u 9 37
4 F (3) Bat. Corinth, Miss. '62. 6 0 5 38 10 23
5 S Attk on Murfreesboro, 063. 6 1 5 37 11 12
6 40 16th Sunday after Trinity. 6 2 5 35 morn
7 M [he Florida captured, 1864. 6 3 5 33 5
8 T Bat. Perryville, Ky. 186'.'. 6 4 5 32 1 0
9 W Bat. Santa Rosa Island, '61. 6 5 5 30 1 58
10 Th But. Blue Springs, Tenn.'63 6 6 5 2'8 2 56
11 F Bat. near Fort Nelson. '64. 6 7 5 27 3 56
12 S Bat. near Strasburg. 1864. 6 8 5 25 4 58
13 41 17th Sunday after Trinity. 6 9 5 24 rises
14 M Bat. Linn creek, 1861. 6 10 5 2-J 6 6
15 T (14)Bat.BristowStation,'63 6 11:5 h1 7 8
16 W Bat.Fredericktown, Mo.'61 6 12 5 19 7 55
17 Th Call for 300,00 men. 1863. 6 13 5 17 8 47
18 F Gen. Birney died, 1864. 6 14 5 16 9 45
19 S Bat. Big Hurricane Ck.'61. 6 15 5 14 10 46
20 42 18th Sunday after Trinity. 6 16 5 13 11 51
1 M Bat. Lovettsville, Va. '62. 6 17 5 12 morn
8'2 T Bat. Pocotaligo. S. C. 1862. 6 18 5 11 55
23 IV Bat. Waverly, Tenn. I62. 6 19'5 9 2 1
24 Th (23) Bat. Beverly Ford,'63. 6 20'5 8 3 6
25 F Bat. Fort Scott, 1864. 6 21 5 6 4 11
26 S But. Clarksville, Mo. 1862. 6 22 5 5 5 13
7 48 19th Sunday after Trinity. 6 23 5 3 sets
c28 S lat. Saratoga Ky. 1861. 6 245 2 6 10
29 T Bat. Fayetteville, Ark. '6-2 6 25 5 0 6 48
30 VW ('26'i Bat. Mline Creek, 1864. 6 26 4 59 7 30
31 Th (27)Bat nr. S'hsideR R.'64 6 28 4 58 8 16


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llth Month. NOVEMBER, 1867.

Moon's Phases. D. R. M.
(D first Quarter....... 4 9 31 Morning.
0 Full Moon.......... 11 8 14 Evening.
Last Quarter .......18 0 10 Morning.
SNew Moon......... 26 0 15 Morning.

D MISCELLANEOUS.
M rina'as seta. asets.
SF Raid to Florence, Ala. '63. 6030 457 9 3
2 S Bat. Roan Springs, 1863. 6 31 4 56 9 54
3 44 20th Sunday after Trinity. 6 3i 4 54 10 48
4 X (5) McClellan removed,'62. 6 34 4 53111 43
5 T Bat. Barbour, Va. 1862. 6 35 4 52 morn
6 W (4) Brownville, Tex. ta.'63 6 36 4 51 41
7 Th Bat. Belmont, Mo. 1861. 6 37 4 50 1 40
8 F Bat. Gaines' Cross RILVa.'62 6 3S 4 49 2 40
S (8) Lincoln's re-elec'n,'64. 6 404 48 3 43
10 4 5 st Sunday after Trinity. 6 41 447 4 47
11 N Bat. Piketon, Ky. 1861. 6 40 4 46 rises
12 T (13)Dashon Edwd'sFerry, 6 43 4 45 5 47
13 W Bat. Bull's Gap, '64. ['63. 6 44 4 44 6 38
14 Th Bat Burnside & Longstreet, 6 46 4 43 7 35
15 F (16)Sher'n&Tho'sunite,'63 6471443 8 38
16 S Sherman enr'teSavan'h,'64 6 48 4 42 9 43
17 46 22d Sunday after Trinity. 6 49 441 10 49
18 1 Accomac surrendered.1861. 6 50 4 40 11 54
19 T Madison, Ga. taken, 1864. 6 51 4 39 morn
20 W Milledgeville. Ga. tak. '64. 6 53 4 39 59
21 Th Bat. Gordon, Ga.1864. 6544 38 2 1
2 F Pensacola bombarded, '61. 6 554 38 3 4
23 S (24) Bat. Lookout M'n,- '63. 6 6 4 37 4 5
24 47 23d Sunday after Trinity. 6 57 4 36 5 6
25 M Bat. Missionary.Ridge, '63. 6 58 4 36 6 4
26 T Bat. Vienna, Va. 1861. 6 59 4 35 sets
7 W N)eade'sfi'tov.Rapidan,'63 7 0 4 35 6 9
28 Th Bat. Cane Hill,Ark. 1S62. 7 214 35 6 56
29 F Bat. Perryville, Va. 1862. 7 3 44 37 46
30S Bat. Franklin, Tenn. 1864. 7 4 4 34 8 9












12th Month. DECEMBER, 1867.
Mosn's Phases. D. o-r. NY.
I T First Quarter...... 4 5 24 Morning.-
0 Full Moon....... .. 11 7 14 Morning.
I 5 Last Quarter ....... IT 10 38 Evening.i
( New Moon ......... 25 6 43 Evening.,

D D to
N ^ MISCELLANEOUS. na s s e
1 48 Advent Sunday. 7 5 4 34 34
2 N Bat. Sa'em, Mo. 1861. 7 6 4-34 1030g
3 T Siege Knoxville raised, '63 7 7 4 34 11 27
4 IV Winchestersurrendered '62 7 8 4 33 morn
5 Th Bat. Coffeeville, Miss. '62. 7 9 4 33 24
o F The Chesapeake capt'd 63 7 1014 33 I 25
7 S (6)The W\eehawkenlost,'65 7 1] 4 33 2 27
8 49 -d Sunday in Advent. 7 12 4 33 3 30
9 M Sumter bombarded, 1863 7 13 4 33 4 38
10 T Bat. PortRoyal. Va 18b2. 7 14 4 33 5 46
11 W, Fredericksburg bomb'd,'62 7 15 4 33 rises
12 Th Bat.near Corinth,, iss 62. 7 16 4 3 6 20
13 F Bat. Fredericksburg. 186". 7 16 4 33 7 27
14 S Bat. Boean Station, 1863. 7 1714 33 8 35
15 50 3dSurdayia Advent. 7 18434 943
16 .M Gen. Hoo'd vanquished '64 7 8S 4 34 10 50
17 T Bat. AMumfordsville Ky '61. 7 9 434 11 55
18 W Bat..Lexinton, Ky. 1862. 7.19 44 4morn
19 Th Bat. Fort Gibson, 1663. 7 20 4 35 58
20 F Bat. Drainesville, Va. 1861. 7 i'0 4 35 1 58
21 S Savannah taken, 1864. 7 ', 14 36 2 59
122 51 4th Sunday in Advent. 7 21 4 26 3 571
23 M Raid on Luray, 1863. 7 22 4 37 4 54t
24 T Choctaws loyal, 1863. 722 4 37 550
25 IV Bat Pulaski'_'enn. 1863. 7 22 4 38 sets
26 Th 32 Indians hung, 1862. 7 283 4 38 5 41
27 F Bat. Van Buren, Ark. 1862 7 23 4 39 6.32
28 S Bat' Mlount Zioun, NMo.1861. 7 23 4 39 7 25
29 52 IstSunday aflerChriatmaa. 7 23 4 40 8 21
30 N The Monftor lost, 1862. 7 24 441 9 17,
31 T Bat. Stone River, 862.- 7 2414 4211 0 15









STAMP DUTIES.
UNDER ACT OF JI-NE 30, 1864.

In all cases, Ihe person using or affixing the stamp shall write upon
it the initials of his name, and the date when used, so that it may
not again be used, under a penalty of 2010.
A Power ot Attorney accompauyiug a bond or note requires no
additional stamnip.
A Bond or Notesecured by mortgage requires but one stamp for
all the documents: such stamp, however, is to be of the highest rate
required for either of said instruments.
The party to whom a document is issued from a foreign country or
by whom it is to be used, shall, before using the same, affix thereon
the staroip or stamps indicating the duty required.
No con veyance, deed. mortgage or writing shall be required to pay I
stamp duty of more than $1 .000.
Assignment of Leasemust bear same stamp as original lease, and,
in addition, a stamp for the consideration of the assignment at same
rate as stamp cn deed.

Agreemeent, or Con.tirfct, other than those
specified in this schetiule, any Apprarise-
tneont of damage, or for any other purpose ;
for every' sheet or piece of paper upon
which written ............................. .05


if more than one agreement be writ-
ten on the sheet of paper, for each........
Assignment of Mortgage, or Insurance Policy,
same stamp as original document.
Bank Check, or Order, for any amount.......
Bill of Exchange, (inland,) Draft, or Order,
otherwise tfian at sight, or on demand, or
any Memorandum, Check, Promissory Note,
Receipt, or other written or printed evidence
of money to be paid on demand or at a time
designated,for a sum not exceeding $100..
For every additional $100 cr fractional
part thereof..........................
Bill of E xchange (foreign) drawn in but pay-
able out of the United States, if drawn
singly or otherwise than in a set of three or
m ore, ................................... .
if drawn in sets of three or more, for
every bill of each set, for $100 or less, or


.05


.02





.05

.05



.05


----------------------------------,---I







its equivalent in the foreign currency ex-
pressed in it ........ .... ............... .02
For every additional $100 or fractional
part thereof,......................... 02
Bill of Tading, or Receipt (other than Char-
t.er-Party) for goods to be exported to
foreign port,.............................. 10
Bill of Sale of any ship or vessel, or any part
thereof, where the consideration is $500or
less .................................... 50
Exceeding $500 and less than $1.001)..... 1.00
Exceeding $1.000 for every additional $500 50
---- of Personal Property,. .......... .05
BondIs of Indemnity, Penalty $1000 or less,, .50
Penalty exceeding $1000, for every addi-
tional $1,000, or fractional part thereof, :50
-- -- of Office,............................ 1.00
Bond of any description, other than such as are
required in legal proceedings, or are used in
connection with mortgages, and not other-
wise charged ..................... ....... .25
Bond and Morjtgage, See MORTGAGE.
Certificate of Stoc-, ....................... .25
------ of Profits, in an incorporated com-
pany, for $10 or under, to $50............. .10
For over $50 and not over $1,000........ .25
For over $1,000, for every $1,000........ .25
of Damage,... ............. .25
of Deposit, for a sum not exceed-
in'g $100 ............ ............... .02
Exceeding $100 ......................... .05
of any other Description,.... .05
Charter-Party, if tonnage does not exceed
150 tonss............................. .. 1.00
Exceeding 150 tons, & less than 800 tons,. 3.00
300 600 1" 5.00
600 .. .................. 10.00
Confession of., Judgment, or Cognovit, for
$100 or over,.............................. .50
Conttract, issued by brokers, &c............... .10








Consveyance, value not exceeding $500 ........ .50
Exceeding $50 ', & not exceeding $1,0.0,. 1.00
Exceeding $1,000, for every $5U00 or less
additional, ............ .............. .50
Butr., Custom House, for consumption, or ware-
housing, not exceeding $100............... .25
Exceeding $100 and not exceeding $500. .50
500 ......................... 1.00
-- Withdrawal....................... .50
Ifsisraince (LIFE) Policy, for $1,fOO or less.... .25
For over $1,000 and not over $5,000..... .50
5,000 ........................ 1.00,
(MARINE, INLAND and FIRE) each
policy, consideration paid for which not
exceeding $10 ............................. .10
Exceeding $10 anI not exceeding $50.... .25
Exceeding $50,........ ................ .50
Lease, where rent is $300 or less,............... 50
Over $300, for every additional $200..... .50
Manifest, tonnage not exceeding 3Q0 tons..... 1.00
Exceed'g 300 tons and not exc'd'g 60J tons 3.00
Exceeding 600 tons..................... 5.00
AFoj'tqage, or any personal bond given as secu-
rity for the payment of any d :finite sum of
money, exceed'g $100 & not exceed'g $5'0, .50
Exceeding $500, for every additional $500
or fractional part thereof............. .50
Passa.qe Tickets to foreign ports, not exceed-
ing $35 .................................. 50
Exceeding $35, and not exceeding $50... 1.00
Exceeding $5!, for every additional $50)
or fractional part thereof,. .......... 1.00
Power of Attorney, for Sale of Stock, &c... 25
or Proxy to Vote,.................. .10
---- to Collect Rents, .................... .25
---- to Sell Land ....................... O0O
---- for other purposes,................. .50
Probate of Will, or Letters of Administration,
estate not exceeding in value $2,000........ 1.00
For every addi'l $1,000 in excess of $2,000 .50








P otest, ....................................... .25
Receipts, for the payment of money or a debt
dlue, exceeding $201, not being for mortgage,
judgment, or decree; and receipt for deliv-
ery of property, except express receipts... 02
Warehouse, for goods not exceeding
$500 in value,............................ .10
Exceeding $500 and not exceeding $1,00r', .20
Exceeding $1,000, for every addit'l $1,000
or fractional part,..................... .10
for goods not otherwise provided for, .25
,rit, or other original process by which any
suit is commenced in any Court of Record.. .50
---, in any court not of record, amount claimed
being $100 or over....................... .50
- appeals from justice's courts............. .50
Warrnant of Distiess, amount of rent not
over $100........................ ... .... .
Over $100........ .................... .50

PENALTIES.-Penalty for making, signing, or issuing any
instrument, document, or paper of any kind whatsoever, without the
same being duly stamped, $200, and the instrument shall be deemed
invalid and of no effect; or for counterfeiting stamps or dies, $1,000,
and imprisonment to hard labor not exceeding -five years.
Penalty for making, signing, issuing, accepting, or paying any Bill
of Exchange, Draft, Order, or Promissory Note without stamp, $200.
Penalty for accepting or paying a foreign Bill of Exchange without
first affixing a stamp, $100.
Penalty recoverable from any Telegraph Coompany for receiving or
transmitting any message without the proper adhesive stamp being
affixed to a written copy thereof, $10.

EXEMPTIONS.-No stamp duty shall be requo.in on powers
of attorney or any otherpaper relating to application for bounties, ar
reardges f pa., or pensions, or to the receipt thereof fros time to thoe;
nor on any warrant of attorney accompanying a bond or noote whensuch
bond or note shallhave affixed thereto'the stamp or'stamps denot-
ing the duty-required.; nor on certificates of: the measurement or
weight of animals, wood, coal.or other articles, nor on deposit notes
to mutual ifisurance companies for insurance upon which policies
subject to stamp duties have been or are to beissued; nor on any
certificate of the record of a deed or other instrument in writing, or
of the acknowledgment or proof thereof by attesting witnesses; nor
upon Aiffidavits in a suit where the summons has been stamped; nor
upon an endorsement of any negotiable instrument.










RATES OF POSTAGE.

On all LETTERS, 3 cts. for each I oz. or fraction thereof.
DROP or LOCAL LETTERS 2 cents for each ounce or
fraction thereof; no carrier's fee for delivery.
PRINTED BooKs, in one package, to one address, 4 cents
for each 4 ounces or fraction thereof.
CIRCULARS, unsealed, not exceeding three in number,
to one address, 2 cents, the same rate for every three
or less number additional.
On all transient printed matter (Books and Circulars
excepted), and on all Seeds, Cuttinigs, &c., Pamphlets,
Book MSS. and Proof-sheets. Maps, Engravings, Blanks,
Patterns, Envelopes, and Photographs, one package, to
one address, 2 cts. for each 4 ounces or fraction thereof.
On all matter not above specified, same rate as letters.
All transient matter must be prepaid by stamps.
No package will be forwarded which weighs over four
pounds, except books published or circulated by order
of Congress.
VALUIABLE LETTERS may b)e registered on- the payment
of a registration fee of 20 cents.
Absolute safety in sending money by mail is secured by
obtaining a MONEY ORDER, on any Money Order Office,
for which the fees are: on sums less than $1 and not
over $10, 10 cents; over $10 and not exceeding $20,15
cents; over $20 and not exceeding $30, 20 cents.


On LETTERS to CANADA and other British North Amer-
ican Provinces, when not over '3,000 mi-les; 10 dents for
each- ounce. \i hen over 3,000 miles-, .15 cents. Prepay-
ment optional.
To GT. BRITAIN or Ireland, 24 cts. Prepayment optional.
To FRANCE, 15 cts. each I oz. lPrepayment optional.
To the GERMAN STATES, b)y Prussian closed mail, pre-
paid, 28 cents; unpaid 30, cents.
LETTERS to other FoREIGN COuNTRIES vary in rate ac-
cording to the route by which they are sent, and the
proper information can be obtained of any Postmaster
in the United States. ..








LEGAL INTEREST & USURY LAWS.


States. Per cent. Pcnatfyfo, Usury.
Alabama........ 8.. Forfeit interest and usury.
Arkansas........ 6..*Forfeit usury.
Connecticut .....6.. Forfeit whole debt.
Delaware ....... 6.. Forfeit whole debt.
Florida.......... 8..Forfeit interest and usury.
Georgia......... 8..Forfeit three times usury.
Illinois 6. 6 tForfeit three times usury and
Illinois........... interest due.
Indiana......... 6..Forfeit double the usury.
Iowa........ ... 7..tForfeit three times the usury.
Kentucky ...... 6..Forfeit usury and costs.
Louisiana ....... 5.. tContract exacting uury void.
Maryland ....... 6 IIContract exacting usury void.
Maine. ......... 6 Forfeit entire debt.
Massachusetts... 6 Forfeit three times usury.
Michigan ....... 7 Forfeit usury and quarter the IL'bt.
Mississippi....... 8.. Forfeit usury and costs.
Missouri......... 6.. Forfeit usury and interest.
New York....... T..Forfeit entire debt.
New Hampshire.. 6..Forfeit three times usury.
New Jersey .... 6..Forfeit entire debt.
North Carolina.. 6.. Forfeit double usury.
Ohio ............. 6.. Contracts void.
Pennsylvania ... 6..Forfeit entire debt.
Rhode Island.... 6..Forfeit usury and interest.
South Carolina... 7. .Forfeit, usury, interest, and rosts.
Tennessee....... 6.. Contracts void.
Texas ........... 10.. Contracts void.
Vermont ........ 6.. Recovery in action with cost.
Virginia......... 6.. Forfeit double the usury.
Wisconsin....... Any rate agreed upon by the
Wisconsin......parties.
parties.
District Columbia 6. .Contracts Void.
By special contract as high as 10 per Cant..
96 6& 12 cc
SBanks allowed.............. 6
|| per cent. allowed on t,,bhacco contracts.
By contract as high as 10 per cent.










DISTANCES FROM NEW YORK

^ TO S0OME OF THE

MOST IMPORTANT PLACES IN NORTH AMERICA.



FROM NEW YORK TO Miles. Hours.

Boston ............................ 236 8
Philadelphia ........................ 87 4>4,
Baltimore.......... ....... ... 185 9,4,
Washington ......................... 224 10/
Albany..... .................... 144 5g
Saratoga Springs.................... 183 8
Whitehall.......................... 223 10
Burlington .................3........ 301 14
M ontreal........................... 399 19
Buffalo ......-.....vi Albany....... 442 16y2
Dunkirk.......... Erie R. R..... 461 18)"
Cleveland........ .... 608 24
Cincinnati ........ .... 858 36X
S ........ Pittsb'g ..... 790 333
Detroit........... Erie 1. R..... 676 81M
Chicago .......... 9 .... 939 42Y4
Milwaukee........ .... 1,024 46
St. Paul.......... .... 1623 132
St. Louis.......... Cincinnati.... 1,130 52
New Orleans...... Mlemphis.... 1,468 84
Pittsburg........... tPhiladelphia. 440 19
Wheeling......... Baltimore.... 564 26
New Orleans,.... Richmond.... 1,573 92
Charleston...... Jr Washington.. 811 46Y4
Savannah, Ga....................... 1,080 61%
Montgomery, Ala................... 1,1'30 84
Mobile, Ala ............ ............ 1,310 99
New Orleans .....via Mfobile........ 1,507 112
Memphis, Tenn..................... 1,126 52
Portland,.........via Boston....... 347 13
White Mountains.. T Windsor ..... 323 13Y3M







PRESIDENTS OF THE UNITED STATES.

I N AMES. When Born. Inaugurated. Continnnolsee i. Native of


SGeorge Washington. Feb. 22,173 2.. April 3, 1789... S years..... Dec. 14, 1799 Virginia.
John Adams........ Oct. 3 1735.. March 4, 1797.. 4 July 4, 126. Mass.
Thomas Jefferson.... April 2, 1743.. 4,1S01.. S July 4, 1826 Virginia.
James Madison..... March 16, 1751 1 4, 1S1'9.. S J' ..I une 2S, 1S36 Virginia.
ij James Monroe.. April 2, 1759.. 4, 1817..' 8 .... July 4.1S3l. Virginia.
,-i John Quincy Adams. Julyll.1767.. 4,1S25.. 4 .... Feb 23,1848 Moss.
SAndrew Jackson.... March 15. 1767 4,1S29.. S ..... June S. 1S45. S.Carolina
Martin Van Buren.. Dec. 5, 17S2... k' 4, 1837.. 4 ..... Dec. 27,1S362 New York.
i William II. Harrison. Feb. 9,1773... 4,1841.. 1 month.... April 4, 1S41 Virginia.
( Sucrceeded to the 3 years and I
John Tyler......... March 20, 1790 ceo'Pres-j. 11 months I Jan. 17, 1862 Virginia.
James K. Polk ..... Nov. 2,1795... March 4, 1845.. 4 years..... June15,1S49 N.Carolina
Zachary Taylor.... Nov. 24, 1790.. 4,1849.. 1 yr. 4 mos,.. July 9, 1S50. Virginia.
S'Sc. eoede.l tn the ) ears and
Millard Fillmore ..... May 7, S10t... ,I:e of Pre monhs. New York.
ident ....... months.N o
SFranklin Pierce.... Nov. 23, 1804.. March 4,1853.. 4 years................. N.iamp.
James Buchanan ... April 23,1791. 4,1857.. 4 LL ..... ............ Penn.
SAbraham Lincoln... Feb. 12, 1809.. 4,1861.. 4 "40 days April 15.1S65 Kentucky.
Andrew Johnson.... Dec. 29 1808.. April 15, 1865.......................... N.Carolina




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