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THE FOUR DOORS.
***" the German of Friederich B&ckcrt,
By Colopy 3>esmontL
The sage Mewl an a propbet scal’d,
Before his throne the Saltan cited :
‘'’Wisdom to thee her page unroll’d,
By thee my faith and doubts be righted-
"Four dilierent sects partition make
Of our good Osmanlees now tell me
Of these which do th rhe true path take “
Without a pause, the mystery spoil me.
On which of these fo tr highways may
Our living dust behold God’s glory •
Faith wavers to the present day —
Sage Moolah set the truth betore me."
The Sultan spake, and paus’d reply—
Ar Kind the hall in splendor glowing.
Mewlana cast an earnest eye,
Thea spoke, obedience rev’rend bowing:
« 0 Thou, whose throne resembles here
The seat ot Allah, fix'd in heaven,
Be but thy shield protective near,
And sooth my answer shall be given
“ Here art those thron’d within a hall,
To which four doori alike, unfolding,
Who enters each mav joy withal,
fils Sultan's face and throne beholding,
'*That hither I have found my way.
Thou know’st in whom Goa’s power is centred;
But dazzled bv the throne’s array.
I know not by what door I enter’d-”
official” state lam v ass.
STATE OF NEW YORK, ss.—Statement of the whole
number cf votes elven for Secretary of State, at a Gen
eral Election, held In the said State on the third day of
November, In the year 1863 wherein the several counties
In which the said votes were given are distinguished.
COUNTIES. Chauncey Daniel B. Whole No.
ivtßi n Depew. fit. John, of votes.
Albany 8,994 10,977 19 979
Antony 5 318 2 459 7,81/
Broome 4 560 2 490 7.050
rluarauguß S'-W B<g9
■tflivniiA . 6,9 cl 4 033
cSXii. - 7/'« W.93J
Chemung 2 873 2,b.,8 5,u32
Chenango MH 3 758 8 870
Clinton?.. 3 155 3,041 6,196
Columbia 4,563 4,657 9.220
Cortland. 3.721 1.887 5.608
Delaware 4 709 3 962 8,661
Dutches 6 045 5.859 11,916
Trie.. n 421 11 481 22,913
Es;cx 2786 1,737 4,523
Pranklln 2.721 2(48 4,769
Fulton and Hamilton.. 2 762 2,593 5,360
Genesee 3 731 2,513 ”’^
Greene 2 829 3 6*3 6,432
Herkimer... 4,74*2 3,758 8,590
Jefferson 7.695 4 920 12 616
Kings 11 754 15,832 30,625
Lewis 2.748 2.302 5 059
Livingston 4,309 3,064 7.373
Madison 5 589 3.304 8.894
Monroe 8.723 7,483 16,20.)
Montgomeiy 3 414 3,264 6,678
NewVork/ 23,613 43,283 66.916
N agara 4 3;»6 3 816 8,2)2
•Oneida 10,357 9,313 19,670
Onondaga 10 215 1747 IL9J]
• ■Ontario 4,819 3,426 8,245
Orange 5 759 5,629 11,390
Orleans 3*6 2 244 5,652
Oswego 7 691 5.420 13,115
Otsego. ’ 5 >92 5 638 11,632
Putnam' 1.089 1,493 2,582
Queers...' 2 776 3,647 6,423
Rensselaer 7,931 7,503 15,437
Hiebmond 1.296 2,128 3,424
Bockland 1,912 3,005
fit law rence 9,621 3.424 13,045
Saratoga 5 400 4,229 9,630
Schenectady 2,071 2,057 4,128
SchoFaric 2 852 4,486 7,338
Schuyler 2 361 1.688 4,0(9
Seneca 2.443 2 887 5.331
Steuben... 7,1(1 5,048 12,149
Suffolk 3,331 3,283 6,615
Sullivan 2,741 3,256 5,996
Tioga 3>B 2.702 6,400
Tompkins 4,277 2 708 6 985
•Ulster 5 697 6,347 12 045
Warren 2 271 2.061 4,335
Washington. 6.178 3.113 8,291
Wayne. 5527 3.925 9,454
■Westchester 6 043 6,672 12,717
Wyoming 3 877 2 189 6,067
Tates... 2,713 1.522 4 236
314 734 284,943 599,439
Dated Albany. Decembers. 1868. . a * ♦
HORATIA BALL iBD, Secretary of State.
L. RGB IN SON Comptroller.
w. B. TAYLOR, State Eng. and Surveyor.
WM B LEWIS, Treasurer.
SCATTERING VOTES GIVEN FUR SECRETARY OP
BTATE.—Albany County—James T. Brady received ono
yote; Blank received seven votes
Cattaraugus—D B St John received four votes.
Chautauqua—Blank received one vote.
' Chenango—Blank received one vote.
' Dutchcss-Blank received one vote; Defective one
c. M. Depew received one vote ; John C. Fre
mont received one vote; Blank received eight votes ;
Scattering one vote. . 4
Genesee—C. M Depew received two voces.
Jefferson—Blank received one vote.
F Kings—Mr. St. John received one vote; D. B. Sambo re
ceived one vote: Nicholas Stillwell received one vote;
Chauncey M. Shaffer received one vote ; Blank received
thirty two votes; Scattering four votes.
Madison— Chauncey M. Depc received one vote.
Monroe—Blank received three votes.
New York—Scattering fitly vetes.
Onondaga—Elizabeth I’. Stanton received one vote ;
S' idrey A. Beers received one vote; Blank’received two
votes
Orange—Archabald Corwin received one vote ; Blank
received or.e vote. .
Oswego—D. B. St. John received one vote.
Olscgo—Bla» k received two votes.
Rcns-elear—B ank received three votes.
Saratoga—Chauncey Depew received one vote-
Seneca—D. B. bt. John received one vote.
• Suffo'k—Robert Lee received one vote.
Ulster—F. S. McKinstry received one vote.
• Washington—Blank received three votes.
Wayne—Blank received two votes
V Westchester—Juhu A Dix received one vote; C. M. De
pew received ore vole
Wyoming—Blank received one vote.
Yates—R. M Me Farren received one vote.
Dated at Albany. December 3. 1853.
HORATIO Ball AKO, Secretary of State.
•L. ROBINSON, Comptroller.
w. B TAYLOR, State Eng. and Surveyor.
WM. B. LHVVis, Treasurer.
STATE OF NEW YORK ss: We. the Secretary of state,
Comptroller. State Engineer and Surveyor and Treasur
• er having formed a Board ot State Canvassers, and hav
, tog canvassed and estimated the whole number of votes
irivon tor Secretary oi State, at the General Election,
• Sold in the said State on the third day of November, in
the year 1863, according u> tne certified statements of the
said vetes received by ttie Secretary of State, in the man
ner directed by 1 aw, de hereby determine, decJara and
certify that CHAUNCEY M. DEPEW was, by the greatest
number of votes given at the said Election, duly elected
SECRETARY OF STATE of the sail State.
Given under our hands, at the office of Secretary of
State of the said State in the city of Albany, the third day
of December, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight
handled and sixty three. , .
Horatio BALLARD, Secretary of State.
• L. ROBINSON. Comptroller.
w. B. TAYLOR, State Eng. and Surveyor.
WM. B. LEWIS, Treasurer.
STATE OF NEW YORK, s*.: Statement of the whole
number of v otes given for comptroller at a General Elec
tion. held in the :-,aid State, on the third day of November,
in the year 1863, wherein the several Counties in which
the said votes were given are distinguished. *
r./.i-v'-Tr'a Lucius Sanford E. Whole No.
COLNiibb. Robinson. Church, of votes.
Albany 9,015 10,964 19,985
Allegany 5,348 2,459 7.8)7
Broome... 4,559 2,491 7,050
Cattaraugus 5 >45 3,031 8.089
Cayuga... 8,052 4,026 10,978
Chautauqua 7,502 3,431 10,93-1
Chemung......... o 2 883 2,647 5,530
Chenango 5112 3,757 8,870
Clinton.. 3,155 3,(Ml 6196
Columbia 4.564 4,653 9,217
Cortland 3.719 1.889 5 693
Dutchess 6,045 5,868 11,915
KHe. 11408 11,480 22,899
2,786 1,736 4.522
Frank lin 2 721 2,044 4,765
Fulton and Hamilton... 2,774 2,583 5,357
Genesee..... 3,733 2,51*•
tSe! 2841 3.559 e,431
HSSwer.". 4,7« S 3,751 8,499
7.690 4.926 12,616
IHnS?? .*.*.’.*.7.7.7. 14.759 15,705 30,493
• Livingston.. 4,3C0 3,<>70 7,371
MadUn 5 589 3,305 8,894
"SnrSL... 8,700 7,501 16,231
Montgomery 3.414 3,261 6,6/8
iS’ewYcrk... 23.GH 43,262 66.932
Niagara 4.388 3 820 8,203
Oneida 10 370 9,301 19,671
Onondaga 10,215 7,749 17,967
oStario. 4.822 3,422 8,245
■Orange.. 5 766 5,63.8 11,404
Orleans 3,374 2,271 5 648
Oswego 7.693 5.423 13,116
Otsego 5.895 5,635 11,532
Tutnam 1,073 1,498 2,58)
Queens 2,775 3,612 6 417
RensbOlaer 7.930 7,499 15,432
Richmond...., 1.244 2,131 3 375
JRcckland 1091 1.914 3,005
St La.w recce 9,622 3,428 13,045
Saratoga 5,396 4 234 9,631
Schenectady 2 075 2,055 4,130
Schoharie 8,852 4,486 7,333
•Bchuyler 2,357 1,689 4,046
Seneca 2 417 2,887 5 335
Steuben 7.100 5,049 12,143
Suffolk 3,?32 3,281 6,615
'.Sullivan 2 753 3.247 6,000
Tioga, 3,6'96 2 702 6,393
‘Tompkins 4 270 2,713 6,983
Ulster 5 699 6,347 12,W
Warren 2 271 2.065 4,336
Washington 5.177 3,110 8 291
Wayne 5 517 3,934 9 451
Westchester 5,999 6,729 12.721
“Wyoming 3 878 2,189 6,058
-Tates. 2,714 1,521 4 235
314,236 284,849 509,195
Dated Albany, December 3. 1H63.
HO KATJ( > B ALLARD, Secretary of State.
L. ROBINSON, Comptroller.
, W. B. TAYLOR, State Eng. and Surveyor.
WM. B. LEWIS, Treasurer.
•SCATTERING VOTES GIVEN FOR COMPTROLLER.
Albany County—John McKeon received one vote; Blank
received six votes.
Cattaraugus—B. E. Church received four votes.
Chautauqua—Blank received one vote.
Chenango—Blank received one vote.
Dutch* ss—Blank received one vote ; Defective one vote.
Erie—L. Robinson received oue vote ; Blank received
mine votes ; Scattering one vote.
Genesee—L, Robinsen received one vote.
Greene—L. Robinson received one vote ;S E Church
received one vote.
Kings—John N. Johnson received one vote; Blank re
ceived twenty-eight votes
Lewis—Blank recelvea one vote.
Livingston—Sanford E. Hunt received one vote.
New York—Scattering twenty nine votes.
Onondaga—George Cheever received one vote ; Blank
two votes.
Ontario—Robinson received one vote.
Orleans—B E. Church received three votes.
Otsego—Blank received two votes
Putnam—John Cochrane received nine votes.
Renyselaer—Blank re* eived three votes.
.Saratoga—Lucius HoLium received one vote
• Seneca—S. E. Church received one vote
Suffolk—Braxton Bragg received one vote,
Ulster—John B. Dubois received one vote.
Whasbington—Blank received four votes.
Westchester— 8. Lent received one vote ; Stephen Lent
one vote.
Wyoming—Blank received one vote.
Dated ac Albany, Decemb' r 3,1861.
HORACIO BA LLAKD, Secretary cf State.
L ROBINSON, Comptroller.
W B. TAYLOR. State Eng. and Surveyor.
R. LEWIS, Treasurer.
STATE OF NEW YORK, ea : Wc, the beeretary of State,
’Comptroller,State Engineer and Surveyor, and Treainrer,
naving formed a Board of State Canvassers, and having
canvassea and o-tin ated the whole number of votes given
for Comptroller, at the General Election heki m the said
State on the third day of November, in the year 1868, ac
cording to the certified statements ci the said votes re
ceived by the Secretary of state, in the manner directed
<leclare and certify,that
LUGILh ROBINSON v. as, by the greatest number of votes
given at the. said election, du y elected COMPTROLLER of
th* c aid State.
Given under our hands at the Office of the Secretarv of
State of the taid State, in the city ot Albany, the dav
of December, in the yeer of oui Lord one thousand eteht
bon.'red ana sixty three. L
HORA' I IO BALLARD, Secretary of State.
L. ROBINSON. Comnt-nller.
W. B. tavluß, i tatc E jg. and Surveyor.
WM. B. LEWIS, Treasurer.
state of neat tosk. ». .•
number of votes give n ter Tk (X ®
tier held in the sate State <-n the third day Yf At
in tie year 1863, wherein the Oja’X ,c 3 w
the said vct< a were given ate dlstingutehod.
COUNTIES. George W. W1 Ham B.
Schuyler. LewU ofJ°^ s - q ,
Albany 9 (C7 W 969
Allegany 5 346 2 46U
Brccme 4.560 2,491 7,15*
Cattarugns 63 47 3.027 8 079
Cayuga. 6 960 4,028 10.988
Chautauqua 7.505 3431 10 937
Chemung 2 872 3 660 5 5.32
Chenango 5 112 3,758 8 871
Clinton 3,i55 3,0*0 6.195
Columbia 4 555 4,653 9,218
Cortland 3,721 1,887 5,639
Delaware 4 7(8 3 951 8 659
Dutchess 6,045 5.869 11,9'7
Erie 1L416 11.483 22.903
Esi-ex 2.786 1.731 4,523
Franklin 2,720 2.046 4,766
Fulton and Hamilton. 2 762 2,594 • 5 356
Genesee 3 735 2.511 6 247
Greene 2 83? 3,601 6.433
Herkimer 4 745 3.753 8 499
Jeffenon 7 690 4 925 12,616
Kings 14 794 15.635 30, U 8
Lewis 2 747 2 303 5 050
Livingston 4,309 Z’^ 74
Madison 5 588 3.304 8,892
Monree 8,722 7,482 16,204
Montgomery 3.415 3,256 6.6.4
NewYcrk.. 23 6»6 43,183 65,818
Niagara 4,394 3,818 8,212
Oneida 10,367 9.296 19 663
Onoida;a.... 10.215 7,745 17,9*4
Ontario 4.82 G 3 426 8,246
Orange 5 766 5.636 11,402
Orleans 3,410 2,243 5.652
Oswego 7,695 5 426 13.121
Otsego 5,895 5.635 11,533
Putnam 1.060 1,5(0 , 2 582
Queers 2.768 3 647 5,415
Rensselaer 7 931 7.5V2 15,437
Rebnond 1216 2.12 3,374
Rockland 1 089 1.914 3,003
St Lawjence 9,622 3,423 13,045
Saratoga 5 396 4 233 9,639
Sclunectady 2,069 2.058 4,1 0
Schoharie 2 853 4.4&S 7,359
Schuyler 2 360 1690 4,(t5>
Seneca 2 418- 2,885 5.355
Steuben 7,102 5 047 12 149
Suffolk 3 328 3 282 6.611
Sullivan 2,754 3,246 6,0(0
Tioga 3 619 2 699 6 398
Tompkins 4,3<« 2.672 6 98)
Ulster 5 692 6 351 12 045
Warren 2 271 21.65 4.336
Washington 5,174 3 117 8,291
Way re 5,527 3,927 9.456
Westchester 5/.K4 6.714 12,7(K)
Wyoming 3, fi 7B 2,190 6,0
Yates 2,714 1.522 4,236
314 3('3
Dated at Albany, December 3,1863
HORATIO BALLARD, Secretary of State.
L ROBINSON comptroller.
W B. TAYLOR, State Eng. and Surveyor.
WM B LEWIS, Treasurer.
SCATTERING VOTES GIVEN FOR TREASURER.
Albany County—John Van Buren received one vote;
Thomas Kearney received one vote; Blankreceived seven
votes
Bror me—William W. Wright received cne vote.
C'attur?guß-W. B. Lewis received five votes; Wm.
V. right received ore vote.
Chautauqua—Blank received one vote.
Chenango—Blank re eived one vote.
Dutchess—John F. Hull received one vote; Blankre
ceived one vote; Defective one vote.
Erie—Blank received three votes; Scattering one vote.
Essex—Charles N. Williams received six votes.
Gem ste— Marshall B. Champlain received one
Herkimer-William Mather, .Jr , received one vote.
Jefferson—Blank received one vote.
Klngf—Alfred M Wood received ore vote; Jeff Davis
received two votes; Benjamin S. Morehouse received one
vote: Charles L. Kirby received one vote; C. L. Kirby re
ceived three votes; Jacobus Lake received one vote;
Blank received forty-nine votes; Scattering one vote.
Montgomery—John u. Smith received turee votes.
New York—' cattering twenty n no votes.
Onondaga—W. Schuyler received one v ote; Fred Doug
las received one vote: Blank, received two votes.
Otsf go—Ralph Rudd received one vote; Blank received
one vote.
rutrain—George W. Schuyler received twenty-two
votes-
Rensselaer—Blank received four votes.
Saratoga-John Cochrane received one vote.
Schenectady—Simon V. Switsreceived two votes.
Seneca—W. B. Lewis received one vote; Abram L.
Sweet received one, vote.
Suffolk—A. P. Hill received one vote.
Ulster—Daniel McMahon received one vote ; Calvin
Hard- nt t rgh received •ue vote.
Washington—Blank received three votes.
Wav nc—Blank received two votes.
Westchester—James M Morrison received one vote;
William Mabie received one vote; Lio. Post received one
vote.
Wyoming—Blank received one vote.
Dated at Albany, December 3,1863.
HORATIO BALI.ARD Secretary of State.
L ROBINSON, Comptroller
W r .B. TAYLOR, State Eng. and Surveyor.
WM. B. LEWIS. Treasurer.
STATI CF NEW Y'ORK, ,«e.: Wo the Secretary of State,
Comptroller State Engineer and Survey or and Treasurer
having formed a Beard of State Canvassers, and having
canvassed and estimated the whole number of votes
given lor Treasurer at the General Election held in the
said Sta-e, on the 3d dav of November, in the year 1863,
according to the certified statements of the saia votes re
ceived bv the Secretary of State in the manner directed by
law. do herebv determine, declare and certify that
GEORGE W SCHUYLER was, by the greatest number of
votes siver at said Election, duly elected TREASURER of
the saia State.
Given under our hands at the office of the Secretary of
State o» the said State, in the city of Albany, the third
day of J i ceinter, in the year of our Lord oue thousand
eight bv>dred and sixty-three
HOR ATIO BALLARD, Secretary of State.
L ROBINSON. Comptroller.
W. B. TaV LOK, State Eng. and Surveyor,
WM. B- LEWIS. Treasurer.
STATE of NEW YORK, m.; Statement of th© whole
number •>!’ votes given for Attorney-General at a General
Election held in the said State, on the third day of No
vember, n th a vear 1863, wherein the several counties in
which the said votes were given arc distinguished.
/ ru'V'TJvtj John Marshall B. Whole No.
CULJXiix/D. Cochrane. Champlain, of Votes.
Albany 9,C02 10,966 19,97®
Aliegaov 5,232 2,564 7,801
Broome 4,561 2.488 7.050
Cattaraugus 5 036 3 035 8,076
Cayuga... 6 953 4,031 10 981
Chautauqua 7 fOO 3,431
Chemung. 2,874 2,659
Chenango 5.109 3,756 8,856
Clinton? 3.157 3.038 6,195
Columbia 4,565 4,651 9,2(6
Cortland 3 721 1,837 5,Wh
Delaware 4.711 3,948 8,659
Dutches 6,018 5 865 11,915
Erie . n ’ 4W n ’ 4B4 22 ’ 898
Franklin 2,720 2,047 4,767
Fulton aid Hamilton.. 2,7(>2 2 u9t> 5,358
Genesee 3,730 2,514 6,215
Greene 2XII 3 598 6,430
Herkimer 4,740 3,757 8,499
Jeffersor 7.691 4,912 12,60/
Ki , 14.709 15,709 30,478
Lewis 2,748 2,303 5,051
Livingston 4,308 3,053 7,371
Mad"on : 5 585 3,304 8,839
Monroe 8,715 7,482 16,197
Montgomery 3421 3,253 6,671
New York. 23 473 43,120 65,678
Niagara 4,392 3,820 8,213
Oneida 10,367 9,301 x 9,66&
©noDdapa 10,214 .7,745 17,963
Ontario 4,812 3,426 8,238
Orange 5,762 5,63a
Orleans 3,408
Oswego’/....' 7,691 5,424 11,119
Putnam LJB2 1,501 2,583
Queens 2 >7(6 **»642 6,412
Rensse-aer 7,926 7,507 15,43jj
Richmond 1,214 2,128 3,372
Rccklani 1-089 1,915 3,004
& Lawrence 9,618 3,424 13,012
Saratoga 5,403 4,231 9.635
Schenc tady 2,0/2 2,057 4,129
Schohare... 2>3 4.486 7,339
SdiSvkr 2,361 1,689 4,050
Seneca 2,446 2,885 5,332
-Steuben 7.101 5,015 12.116
Suffolk.. 3,325. 3,284 6,609
Sullivan 2,750 3.247 5,997
Tioga 3,696 2,703 0,39 J
Tomi.kins 4*277 2‘705 6,982
Ulster 5 593 6,319 12.'‘43
Warren 2,271 2,064 4,335
Washington &174 3,114 8,291
wSnc 5,520 3,927 9,449
WestehMter 5.951 0,723 12,<86
Wvom riii .3,8/5 2,JBy o,ojj
Yates... 2,714 1,521 4.23-3
Dated at Albany, December 3.1863.
HORA no BALLARD, Secretary of State.
L. RoBiNSON, Comptroller.
W. B. TAYLOR, State Eng. and Surveyor.
WM. B. LEW IS, Treasurer.
SCATTERING VOTES GIVEN FOR ATTORNEY-GEN
ERAL.
Albany County—James T. Brady received one vote;
Blank received nine votes.
Allegany—M. B. Champlain received five votes.
Broome—Marshall B. Chaplin received one vote.
Cattaraugus—M. B. Champlain received five votes.
Chautauqua—Blank received one vote.
Chenango—Blank received one vote.
Dutches—Blank received one vote; Defective one vote.
Eric—Blank received four votes; Scattering one vote.
Gentice—William B. Lewis received one vote.
Greene—M. B. Champlin received one vote.
Herkimer—Jeremiah Myers received two votes.
Jefferson—Blank received one vote.
Kingt—Marshall Cham] lain received one vote; Charles
J. Jack icceivcd one vote; John H. Porter received one
vote; Abraham Lincoln received one vote; William De
Clure received one vote; Barrett Johnson received one
vote; Blank received forty-eight votes; Scattering six
votes.
New York—Scattering eighty-five votes.
Niagara—Marshall B. Lewis received one vote.
Onondaga—Sidney A. Beers received one vote; Blank
received three votes.
Orauge--Frank Bounty received one vote. *
Orleans—Jchn B. Feezlcr received one vote; M.B.Cham
plain received oue vote.
Oswego—Blank received one vote.
Otsego—Blank received two votes.
Rensselaer—Blank received three votes.
Saratoga—George W. Shu received one vote.
Seneca—M. B. Champlain received one vote.
Suffolk—Spicer Dayton received one vote; Jeff Davis
received one vote.
Ulster—C. Hendricks received one vote.
Washington—Blank received three votes.
Wayne—Blank received two votes
Westchester—Lib. Post received one vote; William M.
Evarts received one vote.
Wvomhig—Blank received one vote.
Ya.es—P. K. Deyo received one vote.
Dated at Albany, December 3,1863.
hoßatio ballard. Secretary of state.
L. ROBINSON. Comptroller.
W. B. TAYLOR, State Eng. and Survevor.
WM. B. LEWIS, Treasurer.
STATU OF NEW YORK,We, the Secretarv of State,
State lingineer and Surveyor and Treasurer, having
formed a Board of State Canvassers, and having formed
and citimated the whole number of votes given tor Attor
ney General, at the General Election, held in the said
State on the third day of November, in the year 1863, ac
cording to the certified statements of the said votes re
ceived by the Secretary of State, in the manner directed
bv law, do hereby determine, declare and certify that
JOHN COCHRANE was, by the greatest number or votes
given at said Election, duly elected ATTORNEY GEN
ERAL of the said State.
Given under our hands at the office of the Secretary of
State bf the said State, in the city of Albany, the third day
ot December, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight
hundred and sixty-three.
HORATIO BALLA-RD, Secretary of State.
L. ROBINSoN, Comptroller.
W. B. TAYLOR, State Eng. and Surveyor.
WM. B. LEWIS, Treasurer.
fiTATK OF NEW YORK, ■?«.—Statement of the whole
number of votes given for Canal Commissioner at a Gen
eral Election, held in the said State, on the 3d day of No
vember. in tiie year 1863, wherein the several Counties in
which the eaid votes were given are distinguished.
COI’VITFS Bcnj. F. Wm. W. Wnole No.
GOLMiRb. Bruce. Wright of votes.
Albany 8,989 10,991 1?,991
Allege* ny...' 6.311 2,464 7,807
Broome 4,571 2,481 7,052
Cattaraugus 6,944 3,027 8,077
Cayuga 6,927 4,056 D,934
Chautauqua 7,504 3,432 19,9:17
Chemung 2.867 2,657 6,524
Chenango 5,106 8,759 8,866
Clinton 3,150 3,040 6,190
Columbia 4,560 4,655 »,215
Cortland 3,719 1,886 5,605
Delaware 4,708 3,953 8,661
But che.-s 6,043 5,873 11.918
Eric 11.-HO 11,490 2.',903
Essex 2,786 1,737 4,523
Franklin 2.721 2,046 4,768
Fulton and Hamilton.. 2,761 2,591 5.358
Genesee 3,73 t 2,513 6,247
Greene 2,832 3,603 6,436
Herkimer 4,744 3,755 8,501
Jefferson 7,681 4,929 12,615
Kings 11,749 15,810 39,590
Lewis 2,747 2,303 5,050
Livingston 4,303 3,069 7,373
Madison 5,603 3,263 8,867
Monroe 8,661 7,538 16,202
Montgomery 3.415 3,263 6,678
New York 23,599 43 t U>4 66,735
Niagara 4.501 3,821 8.212
Oneida 10.353 9,313 19,657
Onondaga 10.2 W 7,741 17,952
Ontario 1779 3,461 8.245
Orange 6,642 11,405
Orleans 3,409 2,243 5,652
Oswego 7,ft)o 5,435 13,126
Oteego 5,895 5.635 11,633
Putnam 1.982 1,501 2,583
Queens 2,773 3,646 6,419
Iten&elaer 7,923 7,513 15,439
J’ichmond 1,245 2,130 3,375
Rov klflnd 1,090 L 916 3.006
St. Ls wrence 9 619 3,423 13,012
Saratoga 5J97 4,235 9,634
Schoharie.. 2.853
BchU}lor 2.333 *.693
Seneca 2.®* * Z.»S»
Sieulen 7,K)1 6,018
Suflolk 8,331 3,28.3 6,615
Sullivan 2,753 O.VJI)
Tioga 3,698 2,703 6,401
Tompkins 4,273 2,710 6.98,1
Ulster 6,605 63*T ' K"*!
Wairen 2,271 2, IBS 4,336
Washington 6.175 3.111 8,292
Wayne.. 6,521 3.928 9,452
Westchester 5,981 6,732 12,717
Wyoming 3.878 2.189 6,038
Yates... 2,704 1,632 ',236
313.810 231,981 ,699,102
Dated at Albany, December 3,1863.
HORATIO BALLARD, Secretary of StaV*
1.. ROBINSON, Comptroller.
W. B. TAYLOR, State Eng, and Surveyor!*
WM. B. LEWIS, Treasurer.
SCATTERING VOTES GIVEN FOR CANAL COMMIS
SI ONER.
Albany County—Charles O’Connor, received one vote ;
Blank received nine votes.
Allegany—W. W. Wright received two votes.
Cattaraugus—W. W. Wright received five votes ;W. B.
Lewis received one vote
Cayuga—John Austin received ono vote.
Chautauqua—Blank received one vote.
Chenango—Blank received one vote.
Dutches,s-Blank received one vote ; Defective one
vote.
Eric—Blank received two vote ; Scattering ono votes.
Essex—W. B. Lewis received one vote.
Herkimer-Jacob Edick received two votes.
Jefferson—Blank received two votes.
Kings—Jaques Stilwell received one vote; F. Bruce re
ceded one aote: Blank received twenty-nine votes.
Livingston—Blank received one vote.
Madison—Benjamin F Bruce received one vote.
New York—Scattering thirty-two vetes.
Oneida—W. B. Taylor received one vote.
Onondaga—A. W. Norse received one vote; B. F. Bruce
received one vote; Van Ran.aaJ-er Richmond received ono
vote; Blank received two votes.
Ontario—W. W. Wright received four votes; If. F. Bruce
received one vote.
Orange—Sid. Hard received one vote.
Oswego—W. W. Wright received one vote.
Otsego—Henry Culver received one vote; Blank re
ceived two votes.
Rens*elaer—Blank received three votes.
Saratoga—Benjamin Bruce received one - vote ; Urias
Dater received one vote.
i-entca G. Wright received one vote; W. W. Wright re
ceived one vote.
Suffolk—Captain Semmes received one vote.
Tompkins— Sanford E. Church received one vote.
Washington—Blank received three votes.
Wayne—Blank received three votes.
Westchester—John Sampkins received one vote.
Wyoming—Blank received one vote.
bated at Albany, Decembers, 1863.
HORaTIO BALLARD, Secretary of State.
L. ROBINSON, Comptroller.
W. B. TAYLOR, State Eng. and Surveyor.
WM. B. LEWIS, Treasurer.
STATE OF NEW YORK, m.—We, the Secretary of
State. Comptroller, State Engineer and Surveyor, and
Treasurer, having formed a Board of State Canvassers,
and having canvassed and estimated the whole number
of votes given for Canal Commissioner, at the General
Election held in said State on the third day of November,
in the year 1863. according to the certified statements of
the said votes received by the Secretary of State, in the
manner directed by law, do hereby determine, declare
and certify that BENJAMIN F. BRUCE,-by the greatest
number of votes given at said election, was duly elected
CANAL COMMISSIONER of the said State.
Given under our hands at the office of the Se/;etary of
State of the said State, in the city of Albany, day
of December, in the year of our Lord one eight
hundred and sixty-three.
HORATIO BALLARD, Secretary of State.
L. ROBINSON, Comptroller.
W. B. TAYLOR, state Eng. and Surveyor.
WM. B. LEWIS, Treasurer.
STATE OF NEW YORK, .<».•— Statement of the whole
number of votes given for State Engineer and- Surveyor,
at a G( neral Election held in the said State, on the third
dayoi November, in the year 1863, wherein the several
Counties In which the said votes were given are distin
guished.
nni’kTTTua Wi’liam B. Van Rens’r Whole No.
COLMlka. Taylor. Richmond, cf Votes.
Albany 9,018 iu,ys3 19,978
AHegany 5.319 2,459 7,808
Broome. 4 567 2,484 7,051
Cattaraugus. 5 U4B 3,027 8,079
Cayuga..’. <’’9so 4 037 10,987
Chatauqua 7,508 3,427 10,936
Chemung 2,868 2,663' 5,531
Chenango.. 5.117 3,752 8 870
Clinton 3 155 3,040 J. 193
Columbia 4,563 4,653 6,216
Cortland 3,721 1,887 5 609
Delaware 4,708 3,953 8 661
Dutchess 6.044 5,b71 11,918
Erie: 11,420 11,482 22,906
Essex 2,7f6 1,737 4 523
Franklin 2.721 2,047 4,768
Fulton and Hamilton... 2,783 2,574 5.357
Genesee• 3,735 2,512 6 217
Greene 2.827 3 603 6 450
Herkimer 4,743 3.751 8,497
Jefferson 7 691 4 926 12,617
Kings 14 760 15,803 30,595
lewis 2,747 2.301 5,049
Livingston 4,309 3,065 7,374
Madison 5.590 3 301 8.892
Monroe
Montgcmery
New York 23 539 43,247 66,819
Niagara 4,396 3,819 8.215
Oneida 10,543 9,123 19,656
Onondaga 10 2f-5 7,755 17,932
Ontario 4 813 3,433 8,245
Orange. 5,765 6,610 11,406
Orleans 3.407 2.246 5 653
Oswego 7,699 5,427 13,126
Otsego 5,895 5,637 11,531
Putnam 1.081 1,499 2,580
Queers 2 771 3,647 6,418
Rensselaer 7,929 7,506 15.438
Richmond 1244. 2.129 3.373
Rockland l,«0 1,914 3,004
St. Lawrence 9,623 3 419 13.042
Saratoga 5 404 4.228 9,633
Schenectady 2,073 2,055 4,128
Sihwh&rie 2.852 4 486 7,338
fichuykr 2-339 1,690 4,049
Seneca 2 446 2,888 5,334
Steuben 7,100 5 047 12.148
Suffolk 3 326 3 248 6,615
Sullivan 2 751 3 218 5,999
Tioga 3 698 2,702 6,400
Tompkins 4.2,-6 2 708 6.984
Ulster 5 697 6,318 12,015
Warren 2,808 . 2 027 4,335
Washington 5,177 3112 .8,292
Wavne 5 467 3 984 9,452
Westchester 5,981 6,731 12,714
Wyoming 3,878 2,189 6,068
Yates 2,716 1,520 4 236
314,362 284,753 599,227
Dated at Albany, December 3 1863.
HORaTIU BALLARD, Secretary of State.
L. KOBIN SON, Comptroller.
W. B. TAYLOR, Stare Eng. and Surveyor.
WM. B LEWIS, Treasurer.
SCATTERING VOTES GIVEN FOR STATE ENGitiEER
AND SURVEYOR.
Albany County—S. M. Van Sanford received one vote ;
Blank receive d six votes
Cattaraugus—V. k Richmond received four votes
Chatauqua—Blank received one vole
v*benango-Blana received cae vote.
Cortland—Mm B Page received ono vote.
Dutches— B. I. Hicks received one vote; Blankreceived
cne vote. Detective one vote.
Eric—Blank received three votes; Scattering oue vote.
Kings—William B Lewis received ono vote; Blank re
ceived thiity one votes.
Ltwis—Van Rcnst-elacr Richmo received one vote.
Madiscn—V. R. Richmond received one vote.
New Ycrk— Scatteriog thirty-three votes.
Orcndaga—Blank received two votes
Orange—Hiram Phi lips rtc .-ived ono vote.
Otsego—BlanE received two votes.
Rensselaer— Blank)eceived three votes.
Saratoga—William Taylor received one vote.
Steuben—William W. Wright received ono vote.
Suffolk—P. T. Beauregard received one vote.
Uhter—N. W. Clearwater received one vote.
Washington—Blankreceivedthree votes.
Wayne—Blank received one vote.
Westchester—George W. Schuyler received oue vote;
Marey Harvey received cne vote.
Wyoming—Blank received one vote.
Dated at Albany, December 3,1863.
HORATIO B ALIiAKD, Secretary' of State.
L. ROBINSON Comptroller.
W. B. TAI LOR, State Eng. and Surveyor.
WM. B. LEWIS, Treasurer.
STATE OF NEW YORK, »;-We, the Secretary of
State, Comptroller, State Engineer and Surveyor, and
Treasurer, having formed a Board of State Canvassers,
and having canvassed and estimated the whole number
of vettsPiven for State Engineer and Surveyor, at the
General Election, held in the said State on the third day
of November, in the year 1863. according to the certified
statements of the said votes received by the Secret try of
State, in the manner directed by law, do hereby deter
mine. declare and certify that WILLIAM B. TAYLOR
was, by the greatest number of votes given at the said
Flection, auly elected STATE ENGINEER AND SUR
VEY OH oi the said State.
Given uncer our hands, at the office of the Secretary of
State of the said fctate. In the city of Albany, the third
day of December, in the year of our Lord one thousand
eight hundred and sixty three.
HURATIO BALLARD, Secretary of State.
L. ROBINSON, Comptroller.
W. B. TAYLOR, State Eng. and Surveyor.
WM. B. LEWIS, Treasurer.
STATE OF NEW YORK, «.• Statement of the whole
number oi votes given lor Inspector of State Tritons, at
a General Election held in the said btate. on the third day
of November, in the year 1863, wherein the several
Counties in which the said vote were given are distin
guished.
r’nrrKTTPS James David B. Whole No.
COUxtaiKß. k. Batea. McNelL of votes
A’bary 8,931 11,041 19,978
Alleghany 5.346 2,462 7,8J8
Broome 4.560 2.489 74)49
Cattaraugus 5.047 3,026 8 073
Cayuga 6,946 4,036 10,984
Chatauqua 7,505 3,430 10,936
Chemung 2.873 2.659 5.532
Chenango 5,111 3,756 8,859
Clinton. 3,068 3,124 6,196
Columbia 4 561 4 6.-4 9,215
Cortland 3.721 1 888 6,609
Delaware 4 693 3 969 8,662
Dntcheis 6,146 5,867 11.915
Erie. H-419 11,429 2’,£06
Essex 2,786 1,737 4,523
Franklin 2,709 2,059 4,768
Fulton and Hamilton... 2,763 2,597 5,360
Genesee 3.734 2,412 6,246
Greece 2,830 3,598 6,131
Herkimer 4 745 3 753 8,498
Jefferem 7,687 4 906 12 601
King? 14 778 15,710 30.550
Le-wis 2.747 2,303 6,050
Livingston 4,308 3.1-66 7,374
Madison 5,592 3,301 8,896
Monree 8,719 7,482 16,201
Montgomery 3 413 3.265 6,678
New York 23 680 43,165 65,8.88
Nisgara 4.394 3.818 8.212
Oteida 10 369 9 311 19,680
Onondaga 10,216 7,744 17,965
Ontario 4,820 3,427 - 8,217
orange 5,769 5,633 11,404
O Jeans 3.411 2,242 5,653
Oswego 7,704 5.423 13,126
Otsego 5.9*‘4 6 627 11,533
Putram 1,082 1,499 2,581
Queers 2,774 3,644 6,418
Rei sselaer 7,920 7,505 15 428
Riel mend 1,257 2,131 3,381
Rockland 1091 1,91-4 3,0-5
St. Lawrence 9.620 3.423 13,013
Saratoga 5,405 4 237 9,644
Schein c’ady 2.082 2,011 4.126
Schoharie 2,855 4 181 7 3189
Schujler 2,360 1.690 -4,050
Seneca 2,444 2,887 5 332
Steulen 7 102 5 047 12,149
Sulfolx 3 360 * . . 6,616
Sulli v Hl 2.754 3,246 6 000
Tioga 3 700 2,700 6 400
Tompkins 4 2<7 2,703 6 980
Ulster 5.6*. 6 6,34? 12 014
Warren 2 269 2,064 4 333
Washington 5,157 3,131 8,294
Wayr** 5,524 3,929 9 454
Webl Chester 5,931 6,769 12 705
Wjcming 3 877 2 190 6.068
Yates. 2,712 1,524 4,236
311,093 281.642 599*242
* See Scattering.
F ate 5 at Albany, December 3.1863.
HORATIO BALLARM, Secretary of State.
L. ROBINSON, Comptroller.
W’. B. TaYLOR, State Eng. and Surveyor.
W’M. B. LEWIS, Treasurer.
SCATTERING VOTES GIVEN FOR INSPECTOR OF
STATE PRISONS.
Albar y County—Blank received bix votes.
Cattsraugus—D. B. McNeil received five votes.
‘ ayuga—John J. drinkerhoff received Otte vote ; D. B.
MoNeli received one vote.
Chautauqua— Blank received one vote
• bdi br.g<—Egtx-rt uook rec lived one vote ; Blank re
ceive d one vote.
Cl ntoi —Granny Bates received ore vote; David Mo-
Neil rectivf-d two votes ; D B McNeil re.< eived one vote,
Dutcliese—Blank received one vote ; Defective on 3 vote.
En« —David ttcNcll received fi’tv tour votes; Blank re*
ceived thrfe votes ; Scattering cne vute
Gr<ene-Joseph B. Hall received one vote ; Ruto-tf H.
King receive<! one vote . James Bates received one vote.
J'.flerson—Nathan Chamberlain rec< iv-.-d cue vote ; Jo
seph Doug a;-s received one vot ; Col IL K Vide te
ethed one vote ; J. Bollent received one vote ; Blank re
ceived four votes.
Kings—W Steele received ono vote ; Blank received
thirty -.me votes
New y ork—Scattering, forty three votes.
Onorda^a—Ephraim Hoag received one vote ; Blank re
ceived five votes.
Orange—Panic I D. Hallock received one vote; Abra
ham the Lt received one vote.
Otsegc—Blank received two votes.
Rtr-sselaer—B anx received three votes
Saratoga- James Bates received one vote ; James Hor- ;
ton received one vote
Seneca—l. B. McNeil received one vote.
Suffolk—James H. Bates received thirty votes ; Noble S. ;
Eldtikin received one vote : Old Moseley received ono ;
vote : Dar iel B. McNeil received three thousand t»vo hun- :
ared and elghtv-four votes
Ulster-J T. Upright received one vote.
Wabhinptou—D. B McLean received two votes ; Blank i
rc ceived three votes.
Way ne—B’ank received one vote. !
Wes Chester—Saxton Smith received one vote ; James
Bates rt ceived one vote : J. K. Bates received cne vote ; ■
D. B. McNeil received one vote ; Miss Curley received oue i
vote.
Wyoming—Blank received one vote.
Dated at Albany December 3.1863.
HORATIO BALLARD, Secretary -fState.
L. ROBINSON. Comptroller.
w B TAYLOR, State Eng. ac - Surveyor.
WM. B. LE-ATS, Treasurer.
STATE OF NEW YORK, ««.: We. the Secretary of State,
C&urtroiler, State Exgineer and surveyor, and Treas
ure, - havh g formed a Board of State Canvassers, and
hata ng canvassed and eaimated the whole number of
votes given ftr Inspector of State Prisons, at. the General
Electa'--n hela in i<-e said State on the third day of No
vember" in the year 1863 a< cording to the certified state
ments o>‘ the j aid vc tes rect ived by ths Secretary of State,
in ihe mi *nner directed bv law g<> hereby determine, de
clare ant’ certify that JAMES K. BATES was. by the
greatest a umber of vetes eiven at said Election, duly
etectea IN Si ECTOR OF STATE PRIS-JNS of the said
bt Givt nund'pr our hand, at the office of the Secretary of
State of the a.iid State, in the city of Albany, the third day
of December, .in the year of our Jjord one thousand eight
bunared and sixty-three.
HG’RATIG BALLARD. Secretary of State.
L ROBINSON, Comptroller.
W B TAYLOR, state Eng. and Surveyor.
WM. B. LEWIS, Treasurer.
STATE OF NEW YOQK, ss.—Statement of the whole
number of votes given ,or Judge of the Court of Ap
peals, ata General Ejection held in the said State on the
tiiiid day of November, in the year 1833, wherein the sev
eral Counties in which the said vc-tes were’given are dis
tinguished.
COUNTIES; Henry R. William F. Whole Nc*
. Selden. Allen. of Votes.
Alban *8,846 H,033 19,896
Allegany— 5,331 2,427 7,758
Breome 4,557 2,462 7,019
Cattaraugus <5 019 3,0 H 8,061
Cayuga 6,916 4,028 10,974
Chautauqua- 7,469
Chemung 2,857 2.6.17 5,494
Chenango -<097 * 3,747 8,847
Clinton 3,141 3,041 6,182
Columbia
Cortland- 3,12-1 1,861 - 5,.>85
Delaware- l,('-9a
Dutchess st‘.-845 t ‘.-84 <>,9 II
Erie hl-,342 H.,i‘is. 22,819
Essex 2,724 1,791 4,515
Franklin 2,722 2,037 4.759
Fulton and Hamilton... 2,729 2,627
Genesee ■ ;1,729 -<,49>« 6, *.2.>
Greene.. A(3e 3,601 6,439
Herkimer
Jefferson......
Kings 14,851 1a,192
Lewis 2v2* 2,324 5,048
Livingston 4,25 f. 8,078 7, .165
Madison' 5,591 3,297 8,889
Monroe 8,733 7,459 16,19»
Montgomery 3,424 3,244
New York 24,05# 42,898 6/033
Niagara 4JUH- 3,830 8,191
Ont id a Id,-327> 6,335 19,662
Onondaga 10,195 7,739 17,937
Ontario 4 825- 3,395 8,225
Orange 5,735 5,655 11,408
Oilcans 3,396 2,244 5 611
Oswego 7,634 5,481 13,116
Otsego 5.874 5,650 11,521
Putnam 1,050 1,535 ?,585
Queen? 2,680 3,a16 6,230
Rensselaer 7,650 7,727 15,397
Richmond 1,223 2.L4 3,356
Rockland L 075 1922 2,997
St. Lawrence 9,60 L 7 ,4 J>1
Saratoga 5,377 <,236 9,615
Schenectady 2.G.V..'- *,076 4.105
Schoharie 3.539 4,493 * 7,333
Schuyler 2 355 1,668 4,023
Seneca 2.428 2,899 5,328
Steuben 7.08(j> 5,013 12,123
Suffolk 3,28(1 3.774 6,555
Sullivan 2,729 3,247 5,976
Ticga 3.679- 2,682 f.,361
Tompkins 4.253 2,716 6,969
Lister 5,700 6,337 12,037
Warren 2,265 2,069 4.335
Washington 5.140 3,115 6,257
Wayne.. 5.526 3,'.'2l 9,417
Westchester 5,967 6,713 12,681
Wyoming 3,863" 2197 6,066
Yates 2,709* 1,523 4,233
~3U3,.‘W7 283,532 597,652
Dated at Albany, December 3,1863.
HORATIO BALLARD, Secretary of State.
L. ROBINSON, Comptroller.
IV. B. TAYLOR, State Eng. and Surveyor.
WM. B. LEW IS. Treasur*.
SCATTERING VOTES GIVEN FOR JUDGE OF THE
COURT OF APPE-ILS.
Albany County-William Allen received one vote ; ;
Blank received sixteen voles.
Cattaraugus—W. F. Allen received one voter
Chatauqua-Lewis F. Alien received five hundred and
fittv-four votes ; Blank received four vates.
Chenango—Ransom Balcom received three votes.
Dutehefs—G<rome Williams received one vote; Joseph
F. Barnard received one vote ; Blank received one vote.
Erie—William R. Allen received one vote ; Blank re
ct ived eleven vetes.
Genesee—Milton F. Allen received one vote.
Greene—lsaac Kipp received one vote; Blankreceived
one vote.
Herkimer—Henry Edlck received two voces ; Isaac j
Davis received four votes. '
Kings—Charles J. Jack received one vote; Blank re
ceived forty votes; Defective ten votes.
Lewis—Francis Seger received one vote. I
Madison—Henry Teldon received one vote.
Monroe—Blank received three votes.
Montgcmery—Richard H. Ct> -hney received one vote. J
New York—Scattering seventy-seven votes.
Onondaga—W illiam Goodell received one vote; Blank i
received two votes.
Oniaiio—Hy. R Selden received one vote; Henry R. •
Selden, for vacancy, received one vote.
Orleans—Linus Jones Peek received one vote.
Oswego—W. G. Adkins received one vote.
Queens— Blank received four votes.
Rensselaer—Wm. Allen received ono vote; Blank re
ceived nineteen votes. j
Richmond—lnformal nine votes.
Saratoga—W. H. Allen received one vote; Henry Selden <
received one vote.
Schoharie—Henry Seldon received one vote.
Seneca—James Smith received one vote.
Suflolk- S iccr D. Dayton receive d one vote.
Wairer—En< ch 11. Rusek: ansreceived one vote
Washington—W r asL. Monroe received outvote; Blank i
received one vote.
W’estchester—W. IT. Robertson received one vote.
Wyoming—Harlo Comstock received one vote ; Blank ■
received live votes.
Yates—J. W Barnes received one vote..
Dated at Albany, December 3.1863.
HORATIO BA LLARD. Secretary of State.
L. ROBINSON, Comptroller.
W’. B. TAYLOR, State Eng. and Surveyor.
WM. B. LEWIS, Treasurer.
STATE OF NEW YORK, ss.—We, the Secretary of :
State, Comptroller. State Engineer and Surveyor and !
Treasurer, having formed a Board of State Canvassers, i
and having canvassed and estimated the whole number j
of votes given for Judge of the Court of Appeals, at the |
General Election, held in the t aid State, on the third day ;
of November, in the year 1863, according to the certified
statements oi the said votes received by the Secretary of !
State, in the manner directed by law, do hereby deter- ;
mine, declare and certify that HENRY R. SELDEN was, •
by the greatest number of votes given at said Election, i
duly elected JUDGE OF THE COURT OF APFEALSot .
the said State.
Given under our hands a* the office of the Secretary of i
State of the said State, in the city of Albany, the third day j
of December, in the vear oi our Lord oue thousand eight
hundred and sixty-three. i
HORATIO BALLARD, Secretary of State.
L. ROBINSON, Comptroller.
W. B. taylor, State. Eng. and Surveyer,
WM. B. LEWIS, Treat; rer. ■
STATE OF NEW YORK, as. .• Statement of the whole |
number of votes given for Justices of tub Scphsme Court, |
in the several Judicial Districts in said State, at a General '
Election held in said State on the third day of November,
in the year 1863. wherein the several counties la which Hie 1
said votes were given are distinguished.
District.
r-rkTTKTHTft Josiah Hath- Whole No.
erland. of votes.
New York 66.36 J 66,456
Dirtrict.
Joseph F. Grenville T. Wh’le No.
Barnard. Jenks. of votes.
Richmond 2.123 1,223 3 346
Suflolk.. 3,2-12 3.311 6,553
Queens 3.497 2,734 6,233
Kings 13,774 15,274 29.113
Westchester 6,711 5,968 . 12,683
Orarge 5 638 5,761 11,402
Rcckiand 1.922 1,074 2,996
Putnam... 1542 1,043 2,585
Dutchess...., 6,'184 5.811 11,901
44.533 42 ; 202 86,811
TMrd DwtrZd.
Charles R. George WTiole No.
lugalls. Gould, cf votes.
Columbia 4 610 4 567 9 2i-7
Sullivan..... 3,2-14 2 732 5 976
Uster 6 327 5,697 12 03-9
Greene 3.597 2,84'J 6,438
Albany 11,016 8,818 19.863
Schoharie 4,191 2 811 7.332
Rensselaer 7.975 7,299 15,346
4129 J . 34,794 76,192
Jvtt -th IXstrid.
Enoch 11. Aug’stusG. Wh’le No.
Rjpckrans. Band. of votes.
VTarren 2 286 2,041 4.333
Saratoga 5 "ft 4,201 9,608
Washington 5.‘♦3 3120 8,257
Essex. 2 592 1,922 4 516
Fianklin 2.72 J 2,034 4.751
St. Lawrence 9.597 3,41.> 13.011
Clinton 3 117 3.069 6,177
Montgomery 3.404 3.258 6,663
Fulton and Hamilton... 2.743 2,619 5,362
Schenectady,..., 2 062 2,071 4,134
39,959 27,715 65,815
Fifth District.
Henry A. Albertus Whole No.
Foster. Ferry. of votes.
Onondaga 10193 7,745 17,913
Oneida li)3'4 9,315 19,64)
Oswego 7,673 54.il 13,107
Herkimer 4 774 3,674 8,448
Jeffetson 7,"75 4,913 12 589
Lewis 2,/3aJ 2,317 5,049
-13,371 33,398 76,776
Sixth ict.
Ransom Benj. G. Whole No.
Baleen. Ferris. of votes
Otsego 5 >73 5 642 11,515
Delaware 4,706 3,949 8.655
Madison 5,599 3.299 8,890
Chenango 5,105 3.739 8,814
Broome 4.5b3 2,447 7,017
Tioga 3J.-31 2,682 6,393
Chemung 2.C.-7J 2.630 5.48)
Conland 3 725 1.808 5,593
Schuyler 2,355 1668 4,023
42,725 30/28 73J8*
Sewnth Diatrifi.
Full Term. Vacancy.
a j;
■g J 6 6*’ rf «rf
5° 55 o«
8 5? R-2
cjS gcM
Livingston 4 2?8 3J)32 42-->7 3 0/9 14,729
Waynes,sl6 3.921 5 526 3,919 18,893
Soncca2.43' 2,901 2,433 2,896 10,660
Yates2,7lo 1,521 2,710 1.524 8,468
Ontario LSI * 3,4'te 4,824 3,398 16,1 W
S-.ctft.cn7.ll6 6010 7,084 5( 44 24,254
Monroe 8 627 7.518 8.7<t4 7,462 32,348
Cayuga6.94l 4.1’22 6,942 3,982 21,8)5
S’iu 31,392 42,510 U7,&07
EtyWiDiffrti*
Full Term
( p -» r ' '
- ii y ii
y m
Erie JIBS 1 W ?Fl£
Chautauqua M 8 .•;.•■ 7.MS o.M 18,304
Cattaraugus. 5 058 ZA»S 5,0’5 Iftt M,->l9
Oilcans 3.39 J ..«• 3.338 22g ».Wl
- 4 <x>9 3 -< 051
■ Genfw?:::::::::::::: ?. m 2,496 3,710 2,m 12.431
1 Allegany 5 520 1.027 5J178 W.OAj
Wyoming 3,862 . .✓. 3A’l —195 9 920
44,736 6 870 44,214 28 901 123,744
' Doled at Albany, December 3 180).
HORATIO BALLARD. Secretary 4> f sta w-
I L. ROBINSON. Comptroller.
W. i:. TAYLOR. State Eng. and Surveyor.
WM. B. LEWIS. Treasurer.
j SCATTERING VOTES GIVEN FOR JUSTICES OF THE
SUPREME COURT.
First Judicial District.
New York County—Scattering ninety-six votes.
Second Judicial District.
Dutches—J. F. Barnes received one vote ; Blank re-
< ceived four votes; G. T Jenks received one vote.
Kings—Joseph T. Brainard received twelve votes; J. F.
< Barnard received one vote; Joseph F. Brainard received
; ten votes; Grenville R. Jenks received three votes; Bar
; ward receive <1 one vote ; G. T. Jenks received one vote ;
; Blank received twenty-seven votes; Defective ten votes.
Queens—Blank received two votes.
i Westchester—William F. Allen received one vote ;
; Daniel W. Lacey received one vote ; Josiah Sunderland
. received one vote.
Third Judicial District.
! Albany—Chas. A. Lawyer received one vote; Henry <l.
Ingalls received six votes; Henry Ingalls received three
votes ; C. R. Ingalls received two votes ; Blank received
seventeen votes.
Greene—Blank received one vote.
Rensselaer—Gilbert Robertson, Jr., received two voter,
Charles Ingalls received one vote; 11. Ingalls received
one vote ; Ingalls received one vote ; C. Ingalls received
one vote; J. W. Ingalls received one vote; James Knowl
ton received one vote ; Dennis Knapp received one vote ;
Blank received sixty-three votes. ,
Ulster—Augustus Schoonmaker, Jr., received one vote;
Edward Gould received five votes.
fourth Judicial District.
Palmer E. Havens received one vote ; A. Hand
received one vote. . .
Montgomery—Henry R. Selden received one vote.
St Lawrence—Jeff. Davis received one vote.
Saratoga—E. W. Boseckance'received one vote; Rose
krans received one vote.
Schenectady—lllegible one vote.
Warren—C. B. Fay received one vote; D. C. Jenkins re
ceived two votes; E. H. Rosekrans received one. vote.
Washington—C. L. Alien received one vote ; Blank re
ceived three votes.
Fifth Judicial District.
Jefferson—Blank received one vote. , , , , ,
Lewis—Win. Allen received one vote ; Llank received
one vote.
Oneida—H. Foster received one vote.
Onondaga—Benj. Horton received one vote ; Blank re
| ceived two votes.
Sixth. Judicial District.
Broome—R. Balcom received one vote ; Tom. Crocker
received one vote.
Madison—Ronsom Balcom received one vote.
Tompkins—Elmore Edsill received one vote.
Seventh Judicial District.
Cayuga—For Full Term—George Depew received two
votes; E. D. Smith received one vote.
For Short Term—Arnold Swift received three votes ; A.
Swift received two votes. . ,
Livingston—For Long Term—Blank received one vote ;
James L. Angel received twenty-two votes.
Monroe—Blank received seven votes.
Wayne—For Vacancy—H. 11. Wheeler received one
vote.
Eighth Judicial District.
Cattaraugus—John Skinner received one vote; John F.
Skinner received one vote.
Chautauqua—For \ acancy—Richard P, Marvin re
ceived one vote ; Blank received five votes.
Eri£—For Vacancy—George Whipple received one vote:
Richard P. Marvin received one vote; Blank, received
four votes.
Genesee—Richard Near received one vote.
Orleans—Jarvis Kimball received one vote.
Wyoming—For Vacancy—Blank received one vote.
Dated at Albany. December 3,1863.
HORATIO BALLARD, Secretary of State.
L. ROBINSON, Comptroller.
W. B. TAYLOR, State Eng. and Surveyor.
WM. B. LEWIS, Treasurer.
STATE OF NEW YORK, »..• We,, the Secretary of State,
Comptroller, State Engineer and Surveyor and Treasurer,
having formed a Board of State Canvassers, and having
canvassed and estimated the whole number of votes given
for Justices of the Supreme Court, at the General Election
held in said State on the third day of November, in the
year 1863, according to the certified statements of the said
votes received by the Secretary of State, in the manner
I directed by law. do hereby determine, declare and certify
; that the following persons respectively, by the greatest,
number of votes given in the several Judicial Districts of
this State were duly elected JUSTICES of TiJE SUPREME
COURT of the said State, to wit:
First District.JOSlAH SUTHERLAND.
Second District... .JOSEPH F- BARNARD.
Third DistrictCHARLES R. INGALLS.
Fourth District... .ENOCH 11. ROSEKRANS.
Filth DistrictHENßY A. FOSTER.
Sixth DistrictßANSOM BALCOM.
Seventh District.. .E. DARWIN SMI TH. for Full Term-
Seventh District.. .J AMES C. SMITH, for Vacancy.
Eighth District....RlCHAßD F. MARVIN, for Full Term.
Eighth DistrictCHARLES DANIELS, for Vacancy.
Given under our hands, at the office of the Secretary of
State of the said State, in the city of Albany, the third day
of December, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight
hundred and sixty-three.
HORATIO BALLARD. Secretary of Slate.
Lx ROBINSON. Comptroller.
W. B. TAYLOR, State Eng. and Surveyor.
! WM. B. LEWIS, Treasurer.
■ STATE OF NEW YORK, m.: Statement of the whole
< number of votes given for Senators inthe several Senato
’ rial Districts in said State, at a General Election, neld in
1 the said State, on the third day of November, in the year
; 1863, wherein the several Counties im which the said votes :
i were given arc distinguished.
First District.
; nnrvw Robert William. Whole No. ■
I COvNrlr.b. Christie, Jr. Nicoil. of Votes.
I Suffolk 3,2(58 3,815 6,533
i Queens 3.639 2,783 6,123
I Richmond 2,V«1 1,278 3,860
8,988 7,376 15.356
j Dirfrv.C.
Dexnas Samuel E. Whole No
Strong. Joimaon. of votes.
: First, Second, Third,
■ Fourth, Fifth, Scv
‘ enth. Eleventh. Thlr
i teenth & Nineteenth
i Wards of the city of .
Brooklyn ifia 14,751
i Third District.
HenrvC. Marquis D. Whole No.
t Murphy-. Moore. of votes,
' Sixth. Eighth, Ninth,
; Tenth, Twelfth. Four-
teen! h,Fifteenth, Six
t teenth, Seventeenth v.
I Eighteenth Wards of
• the city of Brooklyn,
and lhe towns of
; Flatbush, Flatlands,
Gravesend, New Lots,
i and New Utrecht, ot
I the county of Kings.. 8,854 15,t>55
Fourth District.
Christian B. Wtlliam-IL Whole No.
Woodruff. Gilson. of votes.
■ First, Second, .Third,
■ Fourth. Filth. Sixth.
■ Seventh, Eighth and
? Fourteenth Wards of
j New York city 12,645 3,492 16,237
Fifth District.
Luke F. Anthony Whole No
Cozans. Dugxo. of votes.
; Tenth, Eleventh, Thir
teenth and Seven
teenth Wards of New
: York city...- 9,141 3.313 15,049
Sixth District:
William Vincent T. "WholeNa,
i Lahnbeer, Jr. Kingy of votes,
i Ninth, Fifteenth, Six
i teenth Eighteenth
I Wards of New York
! City 7,8-44 7.737 15,629
| Seventh District.
Thomas Cornelius Whole No..
C. Fields. A. Bimkle. of votes.
Twelfhn Nineteenth,
Twentieth, Twenty-
■ first and Twenty seo-
or.d Wards of New
York city 12.180 7,622 19,860
Eighth Dislrid.
Saxton Hawley. Whole No.
Smith. D. Clapp, ot votes.
Westchester 6,705 5,985. 12 691
Putnam 1,471 1,105 2,578
Rock laud 1,919 1,085 3,004
"VoS ~8,1t3 iSS
Jfitdh District.
Archibald! Henry Whole No.
z C, Niven. R. Low. of votes.
Orange...... 5,492 5.827 11,324
Sullivan. 3,129 2,7.76 5,921
'8,621 8,605 17,245
Tenth. Dietrick
George I-ewis Whole No.
Beach. Sherrill of votes
Ulster. 6,357 5 689 12 346.
Gree 3,602. 2,807 6,409
9,959 &49fl 18,455
Eleventh District.
John B. Daniel Whole No.
Dutcher. D. Akin. of votes.
Dutchess 6,04.0 5,.852 11,897
Columbia <578 4,638 9,2.7
10,618. 10,490 21,1'14
Twelfth District.
Frederick Alanson Whole No.
H. Hastings. Cook. of votes.
Rensselaer, 7 892 7,514 15,110
Washington 5.171 3,115 I 8,292
13,066
Thirteen'h Dietl ict.
j Ira Sha Leonard Q. Whole No.
ter Ten Eyck, of votes.
I Albany 10.841 9,035 19.933
Fourteenth District.
I Orson M. Barna R. Whole No.
A’laben. Jobrson. of votes.
Delaware 3 925 4.685 8 618
Schuharie 4,48-5 2,852 7,337
Schenectady..... 2,088 4,128
"10,47(7 0,006 *76,083
Fifteenth Disirl-i.
James M. William T. Whole No.
Cook. Odell. of votes.
Montgomery 3,415 3,259 6,674
Fulton and Hamilton ... 2 768 2,592 5 360
Saratoga 4,276 9.625
11,577 io, i7?’ ’"2l
Sixteenth District.
1 Palmer B. Isaac J. Whole No.
1 Havens. Davis, of votes
Warren..... 2,211 2,117 4,328
Essex 2,772 1,741 4,514
Clinton 6,191
*Kl3<r~ ~897* ~17033
ffe ven kenth Disir ict.
Albert William J. Whole No.
Hobba. Averell. of votes.
St Lawrence 9,615 3.431 13,047
Frankhn 2,724 2,043 4,767
17339 5,474 17,314
JhgrftldeatA District.
James A. Inula C. While No.
Belt. Tnirery. of vote’.-I
Jefferaon. 7,684 4,89a 12,587
Lewis 7-15
10.439 7,201 17,638
Nineteenth District,
Alexander OthnlclS. Whole No.
H. Ba’ley. Williams, of votes.
Oneida 10,316 9,353 19,671
Tu'enltef.’i District.
( George 11. Alfred Whole No.
Andrews. Clarke, of votes.
> Herkimer 4.742 3.748 p,4'.K)
• Otsego. 5,897 5 625 11,529
10,639 9,374 20,019
; Twenty.fi.rst District,
• Cheney Alonzo R. Whole No'
; Ames. of votea.
Oswego,, ........ 7.674 P. 146 13,115
ITwrrtfrsccond Distrtc.'.
Andrew D. Luke Whole No.
OttOßdag*..., D',192 7,76a 17,965
Twcrfy-thlrd Did-rxd.
Frederick Harris 0. Whole No.
JuliaudL Mine?, ci votes.
Madison 3.312 a.853
Cherangb 5127 3J37 8,855 ■
Cortland 3,719 > 5,607
14 411 7.1K9 23.355
Twenty fourth District.
Ezra Gilbert Whole No.
Corneil. Pearsall, of votes.
Tompkins 4 328 2 652 6 989
Tioga 3,696 2.763 6.399
Broome 4.159 2,489 7 048
12.583 7.8 H 20,427
Twenty-fifth District.
Stephen K. William O. Whole No.
Wuilama. Wood. of votes.
Wayne 5 EM 3,915 9 426
Cayuga. • - • 6,952 4,033 10,935
12,459 7,948 2MU
Twenty-sixth District.
Charles J. BarzllM Whole No.
Folger. Slosson. of votes.
Ontario.. 4.855 3,379 8,239
Yates 2,712 1,518 4 231
Seneca 3,456 2,875 5,332
10,C>23 V 72 iTj&i
District.
Stephen T. Stephen Whote No,
llayt. McDonald of votes
Chemung. 2 870 2 5,496
Schuyler 2,361 1 688 4,019
Steuben 7 Hl 5,026 12,149
12,342 9,320~ 21,685
Twenty eighth District.
George G. Jacob Whole
Munger. Gould. of votes.
Monroe... 8 685 7,482 16,169
Twenty-ninth District.
Danil. MilesP. Whole No.
Cole. Lampson, ofvotew
Niagara 4,394 3,818 8.212
Orleans 3,423 2,226 5,519
Gene tee 3,726 2,517 6,243
11,513 8,561 20,1i)4
Thirtieth District.
Wilkes Philip- Whole No.
Angel. Church. of votes.
Wyoming 3 868 2,192 6 (’62
livlngston 4 290 3,079 7,369
Allegany 5.C-66 2,628 7,735
13.224 7,939 21,163
Thirty-first District.
iaxaen M. Erastus S. Whole No.
Humphrey. Prosser. of votes.
Erie H 495 11,387 22,891
Thirty-second District.
Nortaan M. John c Whole No
Allen. Devereaux, of votes.
Chautauqua 7,511 3,421 10,933
Cattaraugus 5,038 3.011 8,053
12,519 6.435 18,986
Dated at Albany, Dec. 3,1863.
HORATIO BALLARD, Secretary of State.
L. ROBINSON, Comptroller.
W. B. TAYLOR, S'ate Enx. and Surveyor.
WM. B. LEWIS, Treasurer.
SCATTERING VOTES GIVEN FOR SENATORS.
First Senatorial District..
Queens County—William B. Lewis received one vote.
Richmond County—Nicoil received one vote.
Second Senatorial District.
Ist, 2d, 3d, 4th, sth, 7ih, 11th, 13th and 19th Wards of the
city of Brooklyn, in Kings county—Henry C. Murphy re
ceived twenty-six votes; Marquis D. Moore roceived five
votes; S. B. Chittenden received one vote; Stephen
Havnebreceived one vote; David E. Meeker received one
vote; Samuel E. Backus received cne vote; Thomas E
Sherman received one vote; Samuel Johnson received
one vote; Blank received seventeen votes; Henry u.
Murphy, 3d district, received two votes; Marquis D.
Moore, 3d district, received ton votes; Scattering two
votes.
Third Senatorial District.
6th, Bth. 9th. 10th, 12th. Ufh 15th, 16th, 17th and 18th
Wards of the city ot Brooklyn, and the towns of Flatbush,
Flatlands, Gravesend, New Lots and New Utrecht, in
Kings county—Samuel E. Johnson received thirty-seven
votes; Demas Strong received seventeen votes; Blank re
ceived thirty-three votes; BamuelE Johnson. 2d district,
received fourteen votes; Demas Strong, 2d district, ro
ceived thirty-three votes; S. Johnson, 2d district, received
one vote; Morris H. Roberta, 2d district, received one
vote; Scattering nine votes.
Fourth Senatorial District.
let, 2d. 3d, 4th. sth, 6th, 7th. 81h and 14th Wards in the
city and county of New York—Scattering one hundred
. votea.
fifth Senatorial District,:
10th, Hth, I3tPi and 17th Wards, in the city and county of-
New York—Scattering ninety six votes
S'kcth Sr.natarial District.
eth,lsth, 16thand 18th Wards, in the city and county of
New York- Scattering forty eight votes.
Seventh Senatorial District.
12th. 19th, 20th, 21st and 22d Wards, in- the city and
county of New York—Scattering fifty eight votes
Eighth Senatorial District.
Putnam County--H. I». Clapp received one vote ; Saxto
Smith received one vote.
Westchester— Hawley Clapp received one vote.,
Ninth Sonatorial District.
Orange County—Low received one vote ; Blank re
ceived four votes.
Sullivan—H. Jt. Low received twelve votes; Low receiv
ed one vote; A. G. Nivan received one vote; Peter Scott
received one vote ; Samuel H. Soules received one vote;
Eleventh Senatorial District.
Columbia County—David B. McNeil received one vote
Dutchess—D. Akin received two votes; Blank received
two votes; Defective one vote.
Thirtfth Senatorial District.
Rensselaer County—Blank received four votes.
Washington—Blank received three votes.
Thirteenth Senatorial District.
Albany County—Remember Jay Gibbons received one
vote; Jay Gibbons received one vote; Geo. B. Curtiss re
ceived one vote; Justus Haswell received two votes; Geo.
Woollord received one vote ; John .1. Ten Eyck received
one vote; Blank received twenty votes.
Fourteenth Senatorial District.
Delaware County—Robert Park-r received two votes;
Orson Alby received one vote; Burna Johnson received*
one vote; *O. M. ABaben received one vote; Hobart M.
Goble received one vote.
Fifteenth Senatorbil District.
Saratoga County—James Cook "receive 1 one vote; W."
T. Odell received one vote; The. Odell received one vote.
Sixteenth Senatorial De ti-ict.
Essex County - Davis received one vote.
Seventeenth. Senatorial District.
bt. Lawrence Con-niy—W. J. Averellreceived one vote..
Eighteenth Seuatorial District.
Jefferson County—Doughface-Seward received one vote;
L. C. Thierry received one vote-; Bell received one vote;
Henry {Foster received one vote; Blank received three
votes.
Nineteenth Senatorial District.
Oneida County—A. IL Bailey |received one vote; Blank-,
received one vote.
Twen tiefh. Senatorial D ict rid.
Otsego County—George H. J :tn received one vote; An
drews received ojic vote; J. 'Nj Andrews received one
vote; William Duffin received <«ne vote; Blank received
two votes.
Twenty-first Senatorial District..
Oswego County—C. Am.pt received two votes; A R.
Angell received one vote; Blank received two votes.
Twenty-second Ser.ntoritd District.
Onondaga County —Jarnos C. Jackson received one
vote; Cheney Amos received one vote; Blank received*
three votes.
Twenty third Ssrx-.lor-ld District.
' Chenango County—Blank received one vote
Cortland—Harris Miner received one thousand eight
hundred eighty eight voteA
Madison-11. C. Miner reserved fifteen votes; John Foote
received one vote.
: Senatorial District.
, Wavne Coiuny—A. F-. Creasy received one vote; W. O.
Wood received one vote; Blank received two votes
Twenty sixth Senatorial District.
Ontario County—C. J. Folger received three votes; Fol
gcr received one vote; A. Alien received ona vote
Seneca—B Hlcsson received one vote
Yau-s—B. Sloeson received one vote
Twenty-fcrcnth Senatorial District
Steuben County—S. T. 13aytreceived one vote; H. Bakl
win received two votes
Twenty-eighth Senatorial District.
Monroe county—George Munger received one vote;
BlftTik received one vote
Thirtieth Senatorial District.
Allegany County—Disk Church received one vote-
Wyoming—W. J. Hunphrey received one vo;c; Bla»k
received one vote
Thirty-fird Senatorial District.
Lite County—E. Prosser received one vote; E. S. Pross
er received two votes; Henry W. Rogers received one
vote; J. M Humprey received one vote; Humphrey re
ceived one vote; Blank received five votes; Scattering one.
vote
Thirty-second Senatorial District
Cattaraugus County—Abram Inman received <>ue vote
Ciiautauqua—Blank received one vote
Dated at Albany, Decembers, 1863
HORATIO BALLARD, Secretary of State.
L. ROBINSON, Comptroller.
W. B. TAYLOR. State Eng. and Surveyor.
W. B. LEWIS, Treasurer.
STATE OF NEW YORK,. We, the Secretary of
State, Comptroller, State Epgineer and Surveyor,, and
Treasurer, having formed a Board of State Canvassers,
and having canvassed and estimated the whole number
of votes given lor Senators at a General Election held-in
said Stale on the third day of November, in the year 1863,
according to the certified statements of the said votes re
ceived by the Secretary of State, inthe manner directed
by law, qo hereby determine, declare and certify, that
the following persons respectively, by the greatest nwa
ber of votes given in the several Senatorial Districts of
the State, were elected Senators of tills State, to wit
First District ROBERT CHRISTIE, Jik
Second District. DEM AS S f BONG.
Third District ILENRY C. MURPHY.
Fo-unli DistrictCHRISTIAN H. WOUDRh’FF.
Filth District LUKE F. COZANS.
Sixth District WILL’AM La IM BEER, Ja,
Seventh DistrictTHOMAS U. FIELDS.
Eighth District. SAXTON SMITH.
Ninth District AHDHItLtLD C. NPVEN.
Tenth DistrictGEOßGE BEACH;
Eleventh DistrictJOHN H DUTCHER.
Twelfth District FREDERICK H.. HASTINGS.
Thirteenth DistrictlßA SHAFER.
Fourteenth District ORBON M. ALLA3EN
Fifteenth District JAMES M, COOK.,
Sixteenth District PALMER E. HAVENS.
Seventeenth District.». .... ALBERT HOBBS.
Eighteenth District...JAMES A. HELL.
Nineteenth DistrictALEXANDER H. BAILEX
Twentieth District.... GEORGE D. ANDREWS.
Twenty-first District CHENEY AMES.
Twenty-second District... ANDREW H. WHITE.
Twenty-third District.... FREDERICK J ULI AND.
Twenty-fourth District... EZRA CORNELL.
Twenty-fifth District. v ... STEPHEN K. WILLIAMS.
Twenty-sixth District.... CHARLES J.. FOLGER.
Twenty-seventh District.. STEPHEN T._ HAYT.
Twenty-eighth District... GEORGE G. MUNGER.
Twenty-ninth DistrictDaN H, CQ.LE.
Thirtieth Dis f rict WILKES ANGEL.
Thirty-first District,JAMES M. HUMPHREY.
Tiiiity-ceconl District.... NORMAN M. ALLEN.
Given under our hands at the,office of the Secretary of
State of the said State, in the city of Albany, the third day
of December, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight
hundred and sixty-three.
HORATIO BALLARD, Secretary of State,
L. ROBINSON, Comptroller.
W. B. TAYLOR, State Eng. and Sarvevor,
WM. B. LEWIS, Trea>'ur«r.
i STATE OF NEW YORK.m..* Statement of the whole num.
ber oi votes given far Refkxskntamvv jy thb Tinßrv-riGHTu
Congress of ihi. Uuxtkd Static, fur ihe fourteenth dis
trict. in place of Eranns Corning, resigned, at a General
Election held in the (-aid State, on the third day of Novem»
ber, In the vear 1863, wherein the. several counties in which
the said votes were given are distinguished-
JohnV. L. John K. Whole No.
COLNTIBb. Pruyn. Porter. of Votes.
Albany 10,96? 8,995 19,976
Schoharie 4,480 2.8A1 7,339
15,455 11 : 848 27,315
Dated at Albany. December 3,1«63.
HORATIO B VLLARD, Secretary of State.
L. ROBINSON. Comptroller.
W- B. TAYLOR, State Fng. «nfi Surveyor.
WM. B. LEWIS, Treasurer.
SOAI TEEING VOVES GIVEN F\JR REPRESENTATIVE
IN CONGRESS.
Albany County—Deodatus Wright received one vote;
Bruyn received one vote; Blank received ton votes,
' BOItATIO BALLARD, Secrotaty df State
• T-. ROBINSON, t omptraier.
B. TAY lor. Siato Eng. and Surveyor,
WM Treasurer.
87 ST:! o? KBW till-Becretazy of
(kimpiroiler. State Engk-’c* , aQ(I Surveyor and Tran
tff-r, of said State, t.Avmg ptnsnant to law, tor a
Board N' Si ate CtHA-aisert, fi Mflng pa-avassed and w-
■tixnatod the v-hols number cf vota? gives iX the ooualof
of Albany snd Schoharie (the same composing tho four
teen**- District}, for tee or
tatlvo in Cdngfess fer the said Fourteeuta District, io tio
place of Eraatus Coming. rCo-kned. at th® General K(eo<
tlcn held on the third day ot November, 1353 &eeerdin£
to the certified statements ot tts votes r .-ceived hr the
Secretary of State, in the mannsj* directed by law, do
here' s determine, declare and certify, that JOHN V. L.
FRUYN, by the number of votes given ire th®
sate. Fourteenth Cc-iigressional District, was, hi accord
ance with the laws nf this State, regularly elected to the
tfficeof Representative, in Concress in ulaceof Erastua
Coming, resigned, as afcateeaid.
Given under our hands xt the office of the Secretary of
State of the said State, in tb* city cf Albany, the third day
of December, in the year oi ottrLirdone tb.ciu.ani eight
hundred and sixty three.
HORATIO BALIiABD, Secretary of State.
L RuBINSON, Comptroller.
W B. TAYLOR, Slate Erg and Surveyor.
WM. B. LEWIS, Treasurer.
STATE OT' NEW YORK s». : ThlT Secretary of gtaU,
Comptroller State Engineer and Sut veycr, ana Pre a -u w
met at the office ot the Secretary ot Slate, or. the thir ( d'ajr
of December, 1 -63, at 19 o’clock. A. M., .wd erga ■i« *,d ac t,
Bop rd of State canvassers, by the election ot Hoi, Hora
tio Ballard, Secretary of State, as Chairman of said Bo tra.
3 he certified statements received by the Sdcre tary o .'btete,
as directed by law, were examined, aril the fi> lowing;
Resolutions, touching the various question# raised during
such examination, were adooted, and ordered to be pub
lished with the statersects and deter mirationof the Board.
On motion, it was That one vcte.'retur.ied by
the County Clerk of Madison'county (as canvassed by tea
Board of County Canvassers of that county), for Henry It.
Seldon, for the office of Judge of the Court of Appeals;
also, two thousand seven hur.dredand twenty-two vote*
returned as cast for Henry R Seldo i in Franklin
for same office, be allowed to Hemy K. Selden.
On motion, it was Kesulced, That one veto for'W’m. lf c
Allen, for Judge of the Court of Appeals, returned a cart
in Seneca county, be allowed tn William F. Allen.
On motion.it was Aeaolced, That two the us.< rd seven
hundred and forty-three votes, returned from the coun
ties of Fulton and Hamilton, as cast for Enoch <4. Roee
crens, for Justice of the Supreme Court id the Fourth Ju
dicial District, be allowed to Enoch U. RoseArans.
On mollon.it w as Resolved, That the votes returned aj
cast for James C. Smith and Nelson T. Stevei s for Jus
tices of the Supreme Court, “for short term,”in the co tin*
ties of Livingston and Monroe, and for James O Smiths i»
the county of Cayuga for like term, be canvassed to the
persona named ter Justices of the Supreme Court •• for \*s
cancy ;”also that three thousand nine hundred and eighty
two votes, returned as cast for Nelson T. Stephens, in Cay
uga county, for Justice of the Supreme Court, “ for short
term,” be allowed to Nelson T, Stwns, “ or vacancy ”
On motion, it was Resolved. That three thousand oaa
hundred and fifty seven votes returned as case in the
county of Clinton ; also seven thousand one hundred and.
one votes in the county of Steuben, for John Cochran, tor
Attomey-Ger.eral.be allowed to John Cochrane for that
efflee.
On motion, it was Resolved, That five thousand six hun
dred and thirty-five votes, returned as cast in Grange
county, for Marshall B. Uhitmphn. for Attorney General,
be allowed to Marshall B. Champlat’n fur that office.
On motion, it was Resolved, That one vote, returned ase
cast in the county of Albany, for Eenj. F. Bruce, for Gau al
Commissioner, be allowed to Benjamin F. Bruce for that
office.
On motion, it was Resolved, That two thousand and forty
three votes, returned as cast In the county of Franklin,
for William J. Averill, for Senator, in the. Seventeenth
Senate District of this State, be allowed to William J,
Averell. for that office.
On motion, it was Resolved, That eight thousand .seven
hundred and twenty-two votes, returned as cast in Mon
roe county, for George W. ScuyUr, for the office of Treas
ure r, be allowed to George W, Schuyler for that office.
On motion, it was Resolved, That the votes returned as
cast for Van R. Richmond, for State Engineer and Sur
veyor, in the counties of Madison, Monroe, Orange,
gucens, Seneca, Steuben and Tompkins, be allowed to Van
ensselaer Richmond for that office, in accordance with
former precedent.
On motion, it was Resolved, That one vote returned at
cast in Albany county, for John V. L. Fruinc, fbr Repre
sentative in congress, in the Fourteenth Congre®tonak
district, be allowed to John V. L I’rvyn for that office.
Dated at Albany, December 3,1863.
HORATIO BALLARD. Secrotary of State,
I. ROBINSON. Comptroller.
W. B. TAYLOR, state Eng. and Surveyor,
WM B. LEWIS, Treasurer.
STATE 0F NE W YOF. K. J
Offich of ran Secretary of State i
I have compared the preceding copies of
Determinations and Resolutions ot the Board of State Can
vassers, with the originals on file in-this office, and certify
that the same are correct transcripts therefrom and of the
whole of such originals.
Given under my hand and seal of office, at the city of
[l. a.] Albany, the fourteenth day of December, 1863.
HORATIO BALLARD’, Secretary of State.
[Written for the New York Dispatch.J
MISANTHROPE’S SONG.
J. William Van !HIM»
Dimly burns my candle
In my attic room,
Shadowy spectres come and go
With mantles of dark gloom;
The wind sighs hoarsely* now
Against nov window-pane.
And on the hearthstone of my he*rL
Is sorrow’s deepest stain.
All in vain I try to keep
The whitetears from myejretf,
All in vain I seek for peace
From Him beyond the skies ;
A shadow dark is on my heart,
M v spirit veilsd In gloomi
Oh,’welcome now would be the rest
Found only in the tomb.'
(Written for the New YorkiDlspatchu)
ABOU..T BARBERS.
BY VRF.U. COO&.
Ever since reading the Arabian Nights I h&va
had a warming of the heart towards a barber,
and the sentiment has increased both by subse
quent reading and observation. Whenever I
came across-one in a book. I depended upon
tiug many a good laugh out of him, and I was
seldom disappointed.
Authors, all over the world, agree in the views
they take of their characters. They are al ways
described as jovial, light-hearted fellows, full to
the brim of fun and frolic, running over with ani
mal spirits ; their tongues wagging the live-long
day, and only stopping long enough to laugh.
Cure makes many a clutch at them, but they al
ways contrive to slip through his fingers.
Poverty comes in at their door, but cheerful
ness does not fly out at the window. Old ago
lays his frosty finger upon their brows, and they
laugh in the gray beard’s face.- A surly, mali
cious, or even reserved barber would shock our
notions of propriety as much as a good natured.
Saracen.
The barber, in truth, deserves all the kind
ti eatiuent he lias r< ceived bon ths hand s of men
of letters. lie is the essence of good nature.
Jle has a pleasant look with his eye, and he
could not frown if he would. His wit is often as
sharp as his own razor, but, like that, it never
Grav.s blood; it never'shows itself in gibes,
crili:isns, taunts and thrusts. Perhaps some
crusty old bachelor, that prides himself upou
shaving with cold water every morning, may
think- this a piece of especial humbug; if so, I
have reasons for my faith as plenty as blackber
ries.
In the first place, no one would choose the pro
feseiou that was not a tnau of .peace, full, of tho
milk of human kindness. Only think of tho
temptations that beset h;m; twenty or thirty
weeks laid bare to Idm every day of tris life, witn
full permission to pass a sharp razor, within a
hair's bredth of the carotid-artery: who, that
had a large organ of destructiveness, could , re
frain .from occasionally .slitting a windpipe, when..
the wind was oast, or his breakfast not well di
gested ?•
In tho second place, hie native goodness of
heart is fostered by the circumstances in which
bp is placed. He takes sunny views of life, and
sees men in the best mood. No one enters his
shop without having a mellow glow of satisfac
tion steal over his soul.
In Summer it is cooler, and in Winter warmer
than the street, so that tho first sensation is a
highly pleasurable one; and whoever goes to
get rid of a heard, or of an . uncomfortable or un
becoming length of hair, feels happy in his.er.
rand. It diffuses a smiling lock over his face,
far unlike the frowning Gow. and compressed
kps of the poor fellow that creeps to the‘dentist
to have a tooth pulled, to a lawyer to be helped
out of a scrape, or to a notary public, to bosA;i»ecl
of his pocket He throws himself down into tho
chair.with an emphasis not to be mistaken, and
taking a long, breath, wafts, away with it all his
anxieties and cares.
The “tousorial artist” now approaches; he
handles hie collar and neck as tenderly as a
mother would a new-born, infant; he begins to
lather him ; there is magic in the touch of tho
brush ; it thrills to the. marrow. Now he sees
and feels tho sharp steel playing round his chin,
and every cut takes off a weight from his spirits.
It ie finished; he arisss a new man; he feels
clean and smooth, and pure in heart; ho will as
sent to a paradox, laugh, at an old story, and say
a sincere amen to a prayer for his enemies.
Sappy the creditor that can catch him at thia
auspicious moment ;ho will bo paid with, a smile.
How Sarah “Disghaced the Famv
xy.”- A traveler In the State of Illinois some years, ago
came, to a lone l:»g hnt on tbo prairie near Cairo, auil
l&ere halted. lie went into tke house. It was a xretch*
od affair—cn empty packing box ter a table, while two oi
tbroo chairs and disagreeable stools graced Lha.reeepti>rv
room, the dark wails of which were Farther ornamented
with a display oi tin-ware ana a broken shelf article, o?
two The woman was crying in one corner, and tho mart,
with tears in his eyes and a ripa in his mouth, on a stool,
with his sorrowful-looking head supported - by the palmar
of his hands. Not a word greeted tie interloper*
H WeU,‘’he Eald. i; you seiim to be in awful trouble here.
Whafs up?” ‘‘Ahl we are almost crazed, nelghh >r,> sa’d
h? woman : ” and weie’n’t got patience to see folks now t ■
• That’s all right.” said the stranger, not- much taken
back by the polite rebuff ; “bateau I be of anygjrvh'G
to you mall this trouble!” “Well, we’ve lost our gala
cereals gone off and left us,” said the old mai\ In tones
of deep despair. *’ Ah, do you know what induced her to
leave vov i” remarked the new arrival “Wei, en
can’t say. neighbor, as how she’s so far lost as to be*, in
duced, but then she’s gone and dbgraced as.” remarked
the jffiiiF’d father. “ Yea stranger, and—notes 1 aiould
nay it as is her molher—-but tnar warn't a poorier gal in al)
the W< st than our Sal. She’s gone and brotixbc rui iou
her own head row ” followed the lothet.
“Who has she gone off with?” inquired the vii cor.
” Well, there's the trouble. Tho gal could have doia
well, and might Rav»j married Martin Kehoe, a cailtal
shoemaker, who. although he has but one eye, play; t.ba
flute in a Hvelv manner, and earns a good living. Then
look, what a lite she h>> '4<>arted ; ste- was hero sur
rounded by all the luxury in the country.” said ths fa
ther. “ Yerf, who knows v hat poor Sal w L.l have to eat.
drink, and wear now groaned the oil woman. “A f
wh'» the fellow that has taken her Into such misery f ♦
“ U ’-t' sh''v gone off .'.'id got married ix> a .1-’ ■' ■■‘l -'d a■■ e.li
tor. as lives in the village, and the Lord only knows how
he’s to aim a living.”
Qualitieh Ukqit!-tte for the Pewss®
Woman - .— Anonymous says, A woman should be amiable
benevolent, charitable, domestic, economical, forgiving
generous, honest, industrious, judicious, kind, loving*
fiK'dest, neat, obedient, pleasant, quiet, reflecting, sober .
tender, urbane, virtuous, wise, exemplary, and zealoua.
Anony mows’ friend Charles adds, that when ho finds that
woman, he shouldn’t have th-, least obieetlon to her la.
Wo Qve« if she had a littlq money bargain, '

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