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Twenty-seventh United States Congress

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1841-1842

Major Political Events

Members of the Twenty-seventh United States Congress


Index: A - B -C -D - E - F - G - H - I - J - K - L - M - N - O - P - R - S - T - U - V - W - Y


A

  • John Quincy Adams (Representative), Whig, MA
  • Julius Caesar Alford (Representative), Whig, GA
  • Elisha Hunt Allen (Representative), Whig, ME
  • William Allen (Senator), Democrat, OH
  • Landaff Watson Andrews (Representative), Whig, KY
  • Sherlock James Andrews (Representative), Whig, OH
  • Nathan Appleton (Representative), Whig, MA
  • William Segar Archer (Senator), Whig, VA
  • Thomas Dickens Arnold (Representative), Whig, TN
  • Archibald Hunter Arrington (Representative), Democrat, NC
  • Charles Gordon Atherton (Representative), Democrat, NH
  • John Bancker Aycrigg (Representative), Whig, NJ

B

C

D

E

  • Ira Allen Eastman (Representative), Democrat, NH
  • John Edwards (Representative), Whig, PA
  • John Cummins Edwards (Representative), Democrat, MO
  • Joseph Egbert (Representative), Democrat, NY
  • George Evans (Senator), Whig, ME
  • Horace Everett (Representative), Whig, VT

F

G

H

I

J

K

L

M

N

  • Peter Newhard (Representative), Democrat, PA
  • Alfred Osborn Pope Nicholson (Senator), Democrat, TN
  • Eugenius Aristides Nisbet (Representative), Whig, GA

O

  • Charles Ogle (Representative), Whig, PA
  • William Morrison Oliver (Representative), Democrat, NY
  • Thomas Burr Osborne (Representative), Whig, CT
  • Bryan Young Owsley (Representative), Whig, KY

P

  • William Parmenter (Representative), Democrat, MA
  • Samuel Partridge (Representative), Democrat, NY
  • William Winter Payne (Representative), Democrat, AL
  • James Alfred Pearce (Representative), Whig, MD
  • Nathanael Greene Pendleton (Representative), Whig, OH
  • Samuel Shethar Phelps (Senator), Whig, VT
  • Francis Wilkinson Pickens (Representative), Democrat, SC
  • Franklin Pierce (Senator), Democrat, NH
  • Arnold Plumer (Representative), Democrat, PA
  • John Pope (Representative), Whig, KY
  • Augustus Seymour Porter (Senator), Whig, MI
  • Cuthbert Powell (Representative), Whig, VA
  • Samuel Prentiss (Senator), Anti-Jackson, VT
  • William Campbell Preston (Senator), Nullifier, SC
  • George H. Proffit (Representative), Whig, IN

R

  • Robert Ramsey (Representative), Whig, PA
  • Alexander Randall (Representative), Whig, MD
  • Benjamin Randall (Representative), Whig, ME
  • Joseph Fitz Randolph (Representative), Whig, NJ
  • Kenneth Rayner (Representative), Whig, NC
  • Almon Heath Read (Representative), Democrat, PA
  • John Randall Reding (Representative), Democrat, NH
  • Abraham Rencher (Representative), Whig, NC
  • John Reynolds (Representative), Democrat, IL
  • Robert Barnwell Rhett (Representative), Democrat, SC
  • Joseph Ridgway (Representative), Whig, OH
  • Lewis Riggs (Representative), Democrat, NY
  • William Cabell Rives (Senator), Whig, VA
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