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No. 1.] TWELFTH CONGRESS....First Session. [1811–12.
Government of the United States,
JAMES MADISON, PRESIDENT.
GEORGE CLINTON, Vice-PRESIDENT,
And President of the Senate.
SENATORS. New Hampshire, Nicholas Gilman, Charles Cutts. Massachusctts, James Lloyd, jun. Joseph B. Varnum. Rhode Island, William Hunter, Jeremiah B. Howell. Connecticut,
Samuel W. Dana, Chauncy Goodrich.
Stephen R. Bradley, Jonathan Robinson.
Andrew Gregg. Delaware, James A. Bayard, Outerbridge Horsey. Maryland, Samuel Smith,
William B. Giles, Richard Brent.
William H. Crawford,
George M. Bibb. Tennessee,
George W. Campbell, Joseph Anderson. Ohio,
Thomas Worthington, Alexander Campbell.
Leonard White Barzillai Gannett Richard Cutts William Ely
Peleg Taliman Ezekiel Bacon
Charles Turner, jr. Ebenezer Seaver Laban Wheaton
Elijah Brigham William Widgery William Reed Isaiah L. Green Wm. M. Richardson
Richard Jackson, jup.