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... This is a classification of United States Senators by seniority during the 3rd Congress, from March 4, 1793 to March 3, 1795 ... The order of service is based on the commencement of the senator's first term, with senators entering service the same day ranked alphabetically ... The Senate subsequently assigned a consecutive official number to each Senator, which is the second number given in the table ...
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... List of current United States Senators by age List of former United States Senators List of living former United States Senators List of United States senators expelled or censured List of the longest serving ...
... Mitchell (born 1933) - Senator from Maine Joe Lieberman (born 1942) - Senator from Connecticut ...
... Seniority in the United States Senate List of United States Senators in the 1st Congress by seniority List of United States Senators in the 2nd Congress by seniority List of United States Senators in ...
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