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MARYLAND MANUAL 431

PRESENT UNITED STATES SENATORS

Name Residence Term Expires
Millard E. Tydings...........................................D. Havre de Grace..........................1945
George L. Radcliffe......................................D. Baltimore.......................................................1947

PRESENT UNITED STATES CONGRESSMEN

Name Residence District
David J. Ward........................ .. D. Salisbury .............................First
H. Street Baldwin.. ........... ... ... ....D. Towson ................... . ..... .. Second
Thomas D'Alesandro....................D. Baltimore City.. . ... ......Third
Daniel Ellison...............................R. Baltimore City ....... .....Fourth
Lansdale G. Sasscer............ ..... .. D. Upper Marlboro . . . . . .. ......Fifth
J. Glenn Beall............. ........... ... ....R. Frostburg ........... ...... .......... .Sixth

CONGRESSIONAL REPRESENTATION AND DISTRICTS

Maryland is entitled to six Representatives in the Congress of the United
States, one for each of the districts.
The boundaries of the districts are as follows:

The First Congressional District is composed of Worcester, Somerset,
Wicomico, Dorchester, Talbot, Queen Anne's, Caroline, Kent and Cecil
Counties.

The Second District is composed of Harford. Carroll and Baltimore
Counties and the Fifteenth, Sixteenth, Twenty-sixth, Twenty-seventh and
Twenty-eighth and the First, Second, Third, Fourth, Firth, Sixth and
Seventh Precincts of the Twenty-fifth Ward of Baltimore City.

The Third District is composed of the First, Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth,
Sixth, Seventh, Eighth and Twenty-second Wards, and the Ninth, Tenth,
Eleventh, Twelfth and Thirteenth Precincts of the Eighteenth Ward of
Baltimore City.

The Fourth District is composed of the Ninth, Tenth, Eleventh, Twelfth,
Thirteenth, Fourteenth, Seventeenth, Nineteenth and Twentieth Wards,
and the First, Second and Third Precincts of the Eighteenth Ward of Bal-
timore City.

The Fifth District is composed of the Twenty-first, Twenty-third and
Twenty-fourth Wards, the Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, Seventh, Eighth, Fourteenth,
Fifteenth and Sixteenth Precincts of the Eighteenth Ward, and the Eighth,
Ninth, Tenth, Eleventh, Twelfth and Thirteenth Precincts of the Twenty-
fifth Ward of Baltimore City, and St. Mary's, Charles, Calvert, Prince
George's, Anne Arundel and Howard Counties.

The Sixth District is composed of Allegany, Garrett, Washington, Fred-
erick and Montgomery Counties.

(Code P. G. L. Sup. Art. 33, Sees. 145-150, as amended by Act of 1902
Ch. 136.)

PRESIDENTS OF THE SENATE OF MARYLAND
Name County Session
Daniel of St. Thomas Jenifer,.........................Charles.........................1777-78-79
Daniel of St. Thomas Jenifer..........................Charles............................... 1780
George Plater ........................................St. Mary's........................1781-82
Matthew Tilghman.................................Talbot.............................1788
George Plater...........................................St. Mary's.................1784-85-86-87
John Smith..............................................Baltimore....................1789-90

 

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