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Michigan (Michigan, United States) (search for this): article 2
sh some interesting facts bearing on this subject. It will be seen by the table below that the West is rapidly becoming a great power. Under the new census the ratio of representation will be one to about 125,000. As the population of Michigan has reached 750,000, she will be entitled to six members of Congress instead of four; Missouri will gain two members, Iowa three, Indiana one, Wisconsin three, and Illinois four. Ohio loses one member, and Minnesota also suffers the loss of one,000, she will be entitled to six members of Congress instead of four; Missouri will gain two members, Iowa three, Indiana one, Wisconsin three, and Illinois four. Ohio loses one member, and Minnesota also suffers the loss of one. The representation for the next decade, as compared with the last, will be as follows: 1850.1860. Michigan46 Illinois913 Indiana1112 Ohio2120 Wisconsin36 Missouri79 Minnesota21 Iowa25 Total5972 Showing a gain of thirteen representatives.
Minnesota (Minnesota, United States) (search for this): article 2
0. As the population of Michigan has reached 750,000, she will be entitled to six members of Congress instead of four; Missouri will gain two members, Iowa three, Indiana one, Wisconsin three, and Illinois four. Ohio loses one member, and Minnesota also suffers the loss of one. The representation for the next decade, as compared with the last, will be as follows: 1850.1860. Michigan46 Illinois913 Indiana1112 Ohio2120 Wisconsin36 Missouri79 Minnesota21 Iowa25 Total5000, she will be entitled to six members of Congress instead of four; Missouri will gain two members, Iowa three, Indiana one, Wisconsin three, and Illinois four. Ohio loses one member, and Minnesota also suffers the loss of one. The representation for the next decade, as compared with the last, will be as follows: 1850.1860. Michigan46 Illinois913 Indiana1112 Ohio2120 Wisconsin36 Missouri79 Minnesota21 Iowa25 Total5972 Showing a gain of thirteen representatives.
Missouri (Missouri, United States) (search for this): article 2
the West is rapidly becoming a great power. Under the new census the ratio of representation will be one to about 125,000. As the population of Michigan has reached 750,000, she will be entitled to six members of Congress instead of four; Missouri will gain two members, Iowa three, Indiana one, Wisconsin three, and Illinois four. Ohio loses one member, and Minnesota also suffers the loss of one. The representation for the next decade, as compared with the last, will be as follows: ,000, she will be entitled to six members of Congress instead of four; Missouri will gain two members, Iowa three, Indiana one, Wisconsin three, and Illinois four. Ohio loses one member, and Minnesota also suffers the loss of one. The representation for the next decade, as compared with the last, will be as follows: 1850.1860. Michigan46 Illinois913 Indiana1112 Ohio2120 Wisconsin36 Missouri79 Minnesota21 Iowa25 Total5972 Showing a gain of thirteen representatives.
Kansas (Kansas, United States) (search for this): article 2
Census matters. --The population of Kansas, according to the enumeration of the U. S. Marshal, is 109,401. This does not include the census of any portion of the territory west of the sixth principal meridian, but only of the counties included within the limits of the State of Kansas, as prescribed in the Wyandotte Constitution. The population of the Pike's Peak region amounts to about 75,000 in addition. The N. O. Picayune says: The returns of the census exhibit some results that wState of Kansas, as prescribed in the Wyandotte Constitution. The population of the Pike's Peak region amounts to about 75,000 in addition. The N. O. Picayune says: The returns of the census exhibit some results that were unexpected. Though the final footings are not presented, so as to enable a contrast in all the elements of human industry to be carefully made, enough is known to lead us to suspect that the deductions to be drawn from the facts collected will overthrow many theories in regard to population and progress which have had most currency. In the New England States, little advance is noted. Losses and hard times have diminished the value of property, and the census shows but little increase of
Illinois (Illinois, United States) (search for this): article 2
f representation will be one to about 125,000. As the population of Michigan has reached 750,000, she will be entitled to six members of Congress instead of four; Missouri will gain two members, Iowa three, Indiana one, Wisconsin three, and Illinois four. Ohio loses one member, and Minnesota also suffers the loss of one. The representation for the next decade, as compared with the last, will be as follows: 1850.1860. Michigan46 Illinois913 Indiana1112 Ohio2120 Wisconsin,000, she will be entitled to six members of Congress instead of four; Missouri will gain two members, Iowa three, Indiana one, Wisconsin three, and Illinois four. Ohio loses one member, and Minnesota also suffers the loss of one. The representation for the next decade, as compared with the last, will be as follows: 1850.1860. Michigan46 Illinois913 Indiana1112 Ohio2120 Wisconsin36 Missouri79 Minnesota21 Iowa25 Total5972 Showing a gain of thirteen representatives.
New England (United States) (search for this): article 2
ents of human industry to be carefully made, enough is known to lead us to suspect that the deductions to be drawn from the facts collected will overthrow many theories in regard to population and progress which have had most currency. In the New England States, little advance is noted. Losses and hard times have diminished the value of property, and the census shows but little increase of population over that returned in 1850. In 1840, New England is reported as producing 2,000,000 bushNew England is reported as producing 2,000,000 bushels of wheat. In 1850 they yielded but 1,000,000--a decline of 50 per cent. It is believed that the census of 1860 will show a still more marked decline than was noted in the previous decade. In New York the number of sheep has decreased more than 300,000 in thirty years, and within four years the decrease is said to be near fifty per cent., while the decline in the number of other species of stock will probably not be less than fifteen per cent. New York produced, in 1845, 13,391,770 bus
Pikes Peak (Colorado, United States) (search for this): article 2
Census matters. --The population of Kansas, according to the enumeration of the U. S. Marshal, is 109,401. This does not include the census of any portion of the territory west of the sixth principal meridian, but only of the counties included within the limits of the State of Kansas, as prescribed in the Wyandotte Constitution. The population of the Pike's Peak region amounts to about 75,000 in addition. The N. O. Picayune says: The returns of the census exhibit some results that were unexpected. Though the final footings are not presented, so as to enable a contrast in all the elements of human industry to be carefully made, enough is known to lead us to suspect that the deductions to be drawn from the facts collected will overthrow many theories in regard to population and progress which have had most currency. In the New England States, little advance is noted. Losses and hard times have diminished the value of property, and the census shows but little increase of
Indiana (Indiana, United States) (search for this): article 2
Under the new census the ratio of representation will be one to about 125,000. As the population of Michigan has reached 750,000, she will be entitled to six members of Congress instead of four; Missouri will gain two members, Iowa three, Indiana one, Wisconsin three, and Illinois four. Ohio loses one member, and Minnesota also suffers the loss of one. The representation for the next decade, as compared with the last, will be as follows: 1850.1860. Michigan46 Illinois91000, she will be entitled to six members of Congress instead of four; Missouri will gain two members, Iowa three, Indiana one, Wisconsin three, and Illinois four. Ohio loses one member, and Minnesota also suffers the loss of one. The representation for the next decade, as compared with the last, will be as follows: 1850.1860. Michigan46 Illinois913 Indiana1112 Ohio2120 Wisconsin36 Missouri79 Minnesota21 Iowa25 Total5972 Showing a gain of thirteen representatives.
Wisconsin (Wisconsin, United States) (search for this): article 2
w census the ratio of representation will be one to about 125,000. As the population of Michigan has reached 750,000, she will be entitled to six members of Congress instead of four; Missouri will gain two members, Iowa three, Indiana one, Wisconsin three, and Illinois four. Ohio loses one member, and Minnesota also suffers the loss of one. The representation for the next decade, as compared with the last, will be as follows: 1850.1860. Michigan46 Illinois913 Indiana1112000, she will be entitled to six members of Congress instead of four; Missouri will gain two members, Iowa three, Indiana one, Wisconsin three, and Illinois four. Ohio loses one member, and Minnesota also suffers the loss of one. The representation for the next decade, as compared with the last, will be as follows: 1850.1860. Michigan46 Illinois913 Indiana1112 Ohio2120 Wisconsin36 Missouri79 Minnesota21 Iowa25 Total5972 Showing a gain of thirteen representatives.
Iowa (Iowa, United States) (search for this): article 2
cultivated by slave labor, does not soon attain a higher fixed value, and make a more valuable annual return than one possessing equal advantages wholly cultivated by white freemen. The census now about to be completed will furnish some interesting facts bearing on this subject. It will be seen by the table below that the West is rapidly becoming a great power. Under the new census the ratio of representation will be one to about 125,000. As the population of Michigan has reached 750,000, she will be entitled to six members of Congress instead of four; Missouri will gain two members, Iowa three, Indiana one, Wisconsin three, and Illinois four. Ohio loses one member, and Minnesota also suffers the loss of one. The representation for the next decade, as compared with the last, will be as follows: 1850.1860. Michigan46 Illinois913 Indiana1112 Ohio2120 Wisconsin36 Missouri79 Minnesota21 Iowa25 Total5972 Showing a gain of thirteen representatives.
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