Your search returned 14 results in 5 document sections:

Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), New Jersey, (search)
son 33d to 37th 1853 to 1862 William Wright 33d to 36th 1853 to 1859 John C. Ten Eyck36th 1859 Richard S. Field 37th 1862 John W. Wall37th 1863 William Wright 38th to 39th 1863 to 1866 Fred'k T. Frelinghuysen 39th to 41st 1866 to 1869 John P. Stockton 39th 1865 to 1866 Alexander G. Cattell 39th to 42d 1866 to 1871 John P. Stockton 41st to 44th 1869 to 1875 Fred'k T. Frelinghuysen 42d to 45th 1871 to 1875 Theodore F. Randolph 44th to 47th 1875 to 1881 John R. McPherson 45th to 54th 18inghuysen 39th to 41st 1866 to 1869 John P. Stockton 39th 1865 to 1866 Alexander G. Cattell 39th to 42d 1866 to 1871 John P. Stockton 41st to 44th 1869 to 1875 Fred'k T. Frelinghuysen 42d to 45th 1871 to 1875 Theodore F. Randolph 44th to 47th 1875 to 1881 John R. McPherson 45th to 54th 1877 to 1895 William J. Sewell 47h to 50th 1881 to 1887 Rufus Blodgett 50th to 52d 1888 to 1893 James Smith, Jr. 53d to 56th 1893 to 1899 William J. Sewell 54th to — 1895 to — John Kean 56th to —1
itizens, the Congressional chaplains--the Rev. Drs. Butler and Sunderland — appropriately performed the solemn services. At the close of the benediction, the president of the Senate, rising, said, The funeral services having ended, the Senate of the United States intrusts the remains of Charles Sumner to the sergeant-at-arms and the committee The Congressional Committee consisted of Messrs. Henry A. Anthony of Rhode Island, Carl Schurz of Missouri, Aaron A. Sargent of California, John P. Stockton of New Jersey, Richard J. Oglesby of Illinois, and Thomas C. McCreery of Kentucky, on the part of the Senate; and Messrs. Stephen A. Hurlbut of Illinois, Eugene Hale of Maine, Charles Foster of Ohio, Joseph H. Rainey of South Carolina, Charles Clayton of California, Henry J. Scudder of New York, Samuel J. Randall of Pennsylvania, Joseph B. Beck of Kentucky, and John Hancock of Texas, on the part of the House. appointed to convey them to his home, there to commit them, earth to earth, as
Arrivals from Europe. --The steamer Arago arrived at New York on Tuesday, from Havre, with 250 tons of freight, and the following among other passengers; Hon. John P. Stockton and family, late U. S. Minister at Rome, Hon. Henry C. Murphy and family, late U. S. Minister at the Hague; A. French, Esq., late U. S. Consul at Aix laChapell; C. H. Jones, Esq., late attache to the U. S. Legation, Vienna; Lieut. S. C. Barney, U. S. N., and family, and Lieut, Oscar Hartmann, of the Swedish army.
g. He will repeat his Baltimore lecture, on which occasion a presentation is to be made to Colonel Bowman, organizer of the negro regiments of Maryland. General Rawlings, Grant's chief of staff, telegraphs that there is a great panic in Richmond, caused by the movements of Sherman. Ten men, charged with being engaged in recruiting a guerrilla party for operations in Kentucky, were arrested by detectives in Cincinnati on last Thursday night. The Trenton Gazette states that John P. Stockton, of that city, is much more likely to be elected United States Senator than is General McClellan. The Dayton Empire contains the card of Mr. Vallandigham announcing that he "has resumed the practice of law." The Masons of the city of New York have taken initiative measures to supply the poor of the Sixth ward of that city with coal at cost. With the consent of the Common Council, they propose to erect sheds on the little square at "Five Points" to accommodate their enterprise
Hon. John P. Stockton (Democrat), son of Commodore Stockton, was elected by the New Jersey Legislature to the United States Senate. Hon. John C. Ten Eyck (Union) retires by reason of expiration of term. Stockton received forty votes; Ten Eyck, twenty-seven; scattering, four. The Hon. Fernando Wood and family will leaveCommodore Stockton, was elected by the New Jersey Legislature to the United States Senate. Hon. John C. Ten Eyck (Union) retires by reason of expiration of term. Stockton received forty votes; Ten Eyck, twenty-seven; scattering, four. The Hon. Fernando Wood and family will leave for Europe, in the steamer City of London, on the 1st proximo.--Mr. Wood proposes to make the tour of the Continent, and will be absent about six months. The New Orleans papers of the 1st instant had a startling report from head quarters at Baton Rouge that Richmond had been evacuated. In one of the courts at New OrleanStockton received forty votes; Ten Eyck, twenty-seven; scattering, four. The Hon. Fernando Wood and family will leave for Europe, in the steamer City of London, on the 1st proximo.--Mr. Wood proposes to make the tour of the Continent, and will be absent about six months. The New Orleans papers of the 1st instant had a startling report from head quarters at Baton Rouge that Richmond had been evacuated. In one of the courts at New Orleans, confiscation proceedings have been taken against certain city lots owned by Judah P. Benjamin and General Wirt Adams. The Legislature of Kentucky have passed a resolution asking General Palmer to restore the privilege of a free press to the people of that State. Colonel Jesse, who has been so successful as a Confeder